master mechanic cdl truck driver resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Bringing hardworking nature, clean driving record and solid work history in transportation positions. Proficient in operating heavy duty trucks and trailers, as well as loading, securing and unloading products with maximum efficiency.

Well-organized and knowledgeable in meeting customer needs, coordinating paperwork and meeting company objectives. Hardworking, detail oriented, highly versatile and experienced individual with 15+ years in maintaining and repairing diverse vehicles using advanced manual and mechanical skills.

Collaborate with customers and other mechanics to understand problems and plan repairs. Focused on maximizing customer satisfaction with dependable, expert service. Reliable, energetic Mechanic with passion for hands-on work. Identifies issues early and comes up with cost-effective solutions for client and business.

Class A CDL driver with clean driving record and over 15+ years of transportation industry expertise. Offers focus and skills in customer service, route management and freight documentation. Certified in operating forklifts and heavy equipment.

  • Blueprints and schematics
  • Hydraulic troubleshooting and repair
  • Electrical troubleshooting and repair
  • Warranty procedures
  • Welding
  • Small-engine systems repair
  • Light-duty vehicle/equipment maintenance and repair
  • Heavy-duty vehicle repair
  • Air and hydraulic brake repairs
  • Class A Commercial Driver's License
  • Tractor-trailer driving specialist
  • Heavy haul experience
  • Pre/post trip inspections
  • HDPE Fusion Equipment operation
  • Materials transport
  • Interpreting Maps and Instructions
  • Preventive and Reparative Maintenance
  • Forklift Operation
  • Pick lists
  • Order Picking and Processing
  • Packaging
  • Materials Handling and Transport
  • Loading and unloading
  • Stock management
  • Safe equipment operation
  • Heavy Equipment Operation
  • Demolition
Work History
Master Mechanic, CDL Truck Driver, 12/2005 to Current
Prime Inc.Decatur, IN,
  • Frequently diagnosed mechanical problems and determined how to correct issues.
  • Implemented preventive maintenance measures to decrease emergent issues.
  • Performed troubleshooting, diagnosis and repair of various equipment.
  • Recommended design modifications to eliminate HDPE Fusion machine and system malfunctions.
  • Inspected and tested equipment, machinery and components to diagnose issues, recognize defects and determine appropriate repairs.
  • Collaborated with manufactures, vendors and clients to resolve design issues.
  • Drove operational improvements which resulted in savings and improved profit margins.
  • Transported polyethylene pipe, fittings, and equipment to customer locations Dec. 2005 - Aug. 2010.
  • Inspected and tested equipment to locate worn and damaged parts.
  • Examined new and replacement parts to uncover defects.
  • Inspected and tested vehicles and completed preventive maintenance such as engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotations, and filter replacement.
  • Inspected vehicles and evaluated condition of systems, equipment, lights and accessories.
  • Consulted manuals, technical documentation and repair tree charts for further information prior to conducting fixes.
  • Maintained accurate records of time and materials required to perform repairs and service.
  • Operated tools, equipment and machinery according to prescribed safety procedures.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance tasks on HDPE Fusion machines, light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles, and heavy construction equipment.
  • Serviced equipment according to OEM recommended maintenance schedules for oil changes, engine tune-ups and fluid changes.
  • Analyzed and located malfunctions in brakes, motors, switches, and control systems.
  • Corrected unsafe conditions in work areas and immediately reported correctable conditions to supervisor.
  • Supervised general repairs performed by new staff mechanics.
  • Managed inventory through computerized inventory control system.
  • Replaced damaged, missing or defective parts with new and refurbished components.
  • Tested newly installed equipment to determine proper functionality and compliance with regulations.
  • Assembled machines and mechanics according to instructions.
  • Kept equipment in good working order by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns, maintaining supplies, performing preventive maintenance and calling for repairs.
  • Disassembled defective hydraulic, electrical, diesel engine components to make proper repairs.
  • Ordered repair parts quickly to prevent delays in projects and repair work.
  • Produced comprehensive service records of all maintenance and repair tasks for customers.
  • Read and interpret OEM hydraulic and electrical schematics to troubleshoot faults.
  • Minimized delays by planning and adjusting routes to account for changing weather and traffic conditions.
  • Completed regular inspections and maintenance actions, as well as basic equipment repairs, to keep equipment operating at peak levels.
  • Secured loads with proper strapping and bracing techniques to prevent damage to valuable assets across [Number]-mile transports.
  • Inspected vehicle before and after every trip and conducted minor repairs, including [Type] and [Type].
  • Maintained safe driving record by observing all road rules, remaining cautious and alert in unfamiliar areas and keeping control of vehicle at all times.
  • Finalized daily logs on schedule to update internal records and uphold DOT requirements.
  • Reported driving hours and [Type] data into shift logs for submission to [Job title], maintaining high level of accuracy and detail.
  • Transported [Type] and [Type] goods, including hazardous materials, without incident across [Location].
  • Operated with safety and skill to avoid accidents and delays.
  • Completed daily inspections, basic maintenance and common repair actions to keep equipment operating at full capacity.
  • Demonstrated safe driving by following all regulations and safety procedures, resulting in zero accidents over [Timeframe].
  • Maintained daily, legible DOT log book and submitted corresponding documents.
  • Dropped and hooked trailers and changed configuration of equipment when necessary.
  • Executed safety practices and inventory loading without customer complaints, accidents or lost-time.
  • Maneuvered trucks into loading or unloading positions, following signals from loading crew to properly position vehicle and loading equipment.
  • Enhanced customer relations by consistently delivering shipments according to schedule and quickly addressing any concerns.
  • Maximized load safety by balancing, securing and weighing products.
  • Verified contents of inventory loads against shipping papers.
  • Loaded and unloaded vehicles and secured items for long road trips by using [Type] and [Type] equipment.
  • Inspected truck for defects and safe operating condition before, during and after trips.
  • Completed preventive maintenance and mechanical repairs on [Type] vehicles.
  • Inspected trucks for malfunctions and reported vehicles to management for corrective action.
  • Completed basic maintenance and minor repairs to keep vehicle neat and running properly.
  • Loaded and unloaded products at warehouses and customer locations using hand trucks, pallet jacks and forklifts.
Grading Foreman, CDL Truck Driver, 07/1999 to 12/2005
C-P Integrated ServicesCity, STATE,
  • Attended [Number] on-site meetings with subcontractors and clients per month.
  • Analyzed project blueprints and specifications to identify exact number of [Job title]s needed to complete job.
  • Meticulously tracked all parts and equipment used on each job site.
  • Handled all issues with relative ease by implementing best practices and applying critical thinking skills to find best solutions.
  • Evaluated incoming materials for quality and amounts ordered.
  • Evaluated team member strengths and assigned tasks based upon expertise and background.
  • Reviewed project details to specify correct materials and equipment for job sites.
  • Interacted with employees to demonstrate high standards and mitigate issues effectively.
  • Maintained fueled and fully operational equipment to jump on any project requirement and keep teams on tight schedules.
  • Completed diligent equipment inspections, repairs and maintenance actions to prolong life of each piece of machinery.
  • Communicated with ground team members and fellow operators to prevent safety hazards and keep materials moving.
  • Trained in diverse pieces of equipment and useful attachments to handle any team need.
  • Moved equipment between job locations using [Type] truck and trailer.
  • Operated [Equipment], [Equipment] and [Equipment] on regular basis with advanced skill.
  • Determined and marked locations of underground pipes and wires to plan optimal digging locations.
  • Graded and shaped land for building and finishing purposes.
  • Placed tools and job site machinery in locked areas and secured location at end of each shift.
  • Adhered to all heavy equipment safety and operation protocols, resulting in minimal complaints or incidents.
  • Assisted construction personnel with specific job tasks.
  • Kept [Type] and [Type] machinery in proper working order by repairing and replacing malfunctioning parts.
  • Moved materials around construction sites to work locations.
Farm Hand, 08/1997 to 07/1999
Lumber 2 Home And RanchCity, STATE,
  • Operated farm equipment such as tractors and trucks with extreme care and precision.
  • Repaired farm vehicles, including tillers, tractors and trucks to maintain proper working order.
  • Checked farmland for issues in need of attention, such as fences to mend and broken pipes to fix.
  • Repaired [Type] farm equipment, completing both emergency and preventive maintenance quickly and accurately.
  • Fed animals [Number] times per [Timeframe] by providing fresh straw and hay.
  • Examined [Type] animals to detect illness, injury or disease.
  • Operated tractors and self-propelled machinery to plow and fertilize soil.
  • Replaced animal's hay and water regularly while watching animals for changes in behavior or demeanor.
  • Used grease guns and oil cans to lubricate and adjust farm equipment, including [Type] and [Type] equipment.
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1999 to Moore High School - Moore, Oklahoma,

Certified McElroy Master Mechanic

Forklift Operator Certification

Class A CDL Truck Driver


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School Attended

  • Moore High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Master Mechanic, CDL Truck Driver
  • Grading Foreman, CDL Truck Driver
  • Farm Hand


  • High School Diploma

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