Orchestrate and perform maintenance on a fleet of one hundred and
seventeen generators and other various Emergency/Disaster Recovery Equipment.
Plan a maintenance schedule for the fleet's preventive maintenance and
preform monthly tests on entire fleet, preform Department of Transportation inspections, repair engines and
generator components, install conversions, deploy and track generators to disaster areas to provide relief. Manage
Facility Compliance according to company standards and state regulations by
actively having a spill plan, proper personal protective equipment, upholding
safety regulations within the work environment, performing monthly checks on
all shop equipment and safety equipment. Maintain stock parts, chemicals,
shop materials, lubricants, and necessities for fleet. Maintain records of shop
services, parts invoices, fuel consumption, generator shipments, stock
received and used, employee time and labor records.
� Brought preventive maintenance back on schedule from being 2 years overdue
� Made detailed schedules for future preventive maintenance
� Retrofitted twenty year old fleet with up to date technology
Assembly Operations Manager
Manage all assembly for location and prioritize work load, maintain company standard rate of production, manage assembly team, provide positive and constructive feedback to co-workers, maintain use of Assembly Management System, provide assistance for company resets. Planning and directing completion of monthly forecasted workload. Communicate directly with vendors to orchestrate shipment of parts and appoint services. Using manufacture catalogues to identify materials not covered computerized schematics and contacting vendors to retrieve non-identifiable and specialized items. Receive and manage inventor and equipment. Achieve above and beyond company standards for Average Assembly Cost. Providing and scheduling service of serviceable items and recycling or properly disposing of non-serviceable items and materials both chemically and metallically based. Using various power equipment including fork lifts and order pickers to transport and stock inventory.
� Lowered Assembly costs by over one hundred percent within first month of employment
� Maintain an Average Assembly Cost of 7.62 dollars an hour: Company standard equates to 13.73 dollars an hour
� Most efficient Assembly Team in the district within two weeks of employment and continued to hold title with only fifty two hours of labor: Opposing stores possess eighty hour labor force
Reprograming and updating vehicle software, preforming vehicle diagnostics, routine maintenance, installation and updating modules, maintaining company standards of service, checking in new vehicles and removing transportation mode from system.
2014-2015: Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Resolute Support
Deployed to Kandahar, Afghanistan in support of RC South Retrograde
Operations. Provided convoy security throughout deployment as a gunner. Acted
as Maintenance Liaison for platoon, supervising and performing preventative
maintenance checks and services, training platoon on vehicle recovery,
service documentation, and vehicle checks, making hasty on the road vehicle
repairs for recovery operations and assisting with repairs and services made
by maintenance personnel. Successfully completed over thirty missions,
providing security for convoys with net values greater than fifty million
� Received Army Accommodation Medal for outstanding performance throughout deployment
� Promoted to the rank of E-5, Sergeant
� Awarded Certificate of Achievement for Best Gun Crew on Kandahar Air Field
Position：91B All Wheel Mechanic
All Wheel Mechanic for the United States Army, performing regularly scheduled vehicle maintenance, replacing major engine components, diagnosing vehicle discrepancies, and performing preventive maintenance checks and services. Serving as an administrative assistant to the management, oversee maintenance performed by co-workers, and provide training to fellow employees with motivating and positive feedback. Assist in managing inventory of parts and equipment, including maintenance records. Properly disposing of chemical, petroleum based, and other sensitive materials. Providing service to all serviceable products as directed in technical manuals and maintaining records of service. Search manufacturer's catalogs and technical manuals to identify specialized parts and equipment.
Position: 88M Heavy Vehicle Operator
Heavy Vehicle Operator for the United States Army, utilizing five ton and larger vehicles to transport equipment and fuel over various types of terrain. Provide training to fellow employees on how to identify operator level deficiencies on vehicle, preform proper routine maintenance, and perform daily, weekly, monthly, semi-annual, and annual checks on vehicles. Act as Maintenance Liaison on Team, Squad, and Platoon levels; verifying vehicle inspections, providing instruction and training, and properly communicating needs for fifteen or more vehicles at a time to achieve successful movement of troops and equipment by mitigating safety concerns and limiting vehicular failure possibilities.
Technician performing routine maintenance, repair and replacement of engine components within cooling, fuel, intake, exhaust, brake, and suspension systems. Perform vehicle diagnosis with limited resources through visual and audio checks. Have rebuilt vehicles from totaled and engine overhaul circumstances. Installed high performance systems on various vehicles.
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