I started at my fathers heavy equipment repair business at a young age. I worked after school and weekend ,disassembling all types of drag lines,bulldozers,pay loaders,just about any type of heavy equipment. I would disassemble equipment ,clean ,weld and machine parts ,and assemble back to operation. After leaving my fathers business I have worked in several ship yards , assisting in preparing metal for repairs and painting,also repairing many of the machines that needed immediate repair, working extra in a pinch for time, is one of my high points,when other say let do it tomorrow, I said we have too do it tonight, no exception. I have worked with heavy equipment such as Volvo, caterpillar ,yale fork trucks, I am familiar with cable style cranes such as drag lines and winches on barges,I am also familiar with hydraulics, from steering rack and pinions on cars and trucks too, large hydraulics cylinders from grooves and larger cranes with hydraulic telescopic booms. I can weld either mig or stick. I am a fast learner and can usually do it myself after being shown a couple times, I am able to multi-task Example: working from one area to the next such asl mechanical to welding,to preparing equipment for painting. I have worked in scrap yards, heavy equipment dealerships, recycling yards, ship yards.and have ran my own business. I am good at troubleshooting and diagnosing electrical problems. I have and will travel if needed ,24 hr notice is nice but not necessary..I work well with others, I am a self starting team player.Thank you in advance for your consideration to be a part of your team.
I have attended numerous classes on ,hydraulics, electrical , engines repair and diagnostics, I have supervised crews with anywhere from 3 to 50 people at a time. Upon inspections I have reported and helped correct unsafe equipment and conditions, before injury.OSHA compliant
Still currently employed here. Repair axles, front ends, rack and pinions, hydraulic cylinders. trouble shooting electrical problems. Overall anything mechanical I can repair..
Ran crews of 10-30 people. welding, repair ships, painting, sandblasting, hydraulic cylinder repair. Overall mechanic.
welding, rebuild new and used equipment, troubleshooting electrical problems, rebuild injector systems, repair semi and container trucks. Weld up Containers. Keep shop clean and in order. Overall mechanic over yard.
install and rebuild engines. Hydraulic cylinder repair, Welding. Repair Loaders, Dozers, Track-o, all heavy equipment
hydraulic cylinders, electrical trouble shooting, engine repair, transmission repair, painting, axles, front wheel drive, rebuild rear ends. All duties in the shop. Order parts, stock shelves,
electrical trouble shooting and diagnosing, repaired heavy equipment, engines, transmissions, and hydraulic systems.
learned on the job about mechanics ,hydraulics .welding.
metal shop was taking at high school ,after high school I have extra training ,at Volvo, liebherr caterpillar,and JBC. just about any extra course I signed up for. I have always thought the more I know the more valuable I am to myself and any company I am affiliated with.
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