To sum it up honestly, i have literally turned in about 2 resume's in my entire career, this being the second, the first being with Dyno just about a month ago for a different position in this same feild that I was told I was chose for but that Dyno has decided to hold off on filling the position pending a restructure of asset care, Needless to say filling out a resume is not listed as one of my skills nor would i claim it to be one . So first off i have just a little over 20 years of serious mechanical experience and the skills that i have listed are pretty broad and in an interview would love to expand on any questions of my skills. I do hold several certificates of continuing education from Ford, Dodge, GM, and Borgwarner. These were not listed under education because they are continuing education and not a diploma or degree class. I have attended many classes ranging from electrical trouble shooting and repair to mechanical diagnostics and repair. I attended one semester at Tulsa community collage for diesel engine repair along with one quarter at Spokane community collage for diesel fuel systems, turbo, and DPF exhaust. I do hold a certification and am licence from MACs for air conditioning. I am well versed in using programs such as Alldata, Direct hit, and Mitchell 1, as i subscribe and use these three in my repair shop currently as diagnostic tools. Along with those programs I also use the newest and up to date scan tool available as a major tool to communicate with computer controlled systems. Long of short is that i do absolutely possess the skills and the knowledge to preform at this position and not only to just the required skills, but beyond and would be a great asset to this division of the company. In my little over a year that i have worked for Dyno I have always made myself, skills and knowledge available to help with any mechanical repair or fabrication skills to our fleet and property assets as allowed. As some that have barred witness to some of my work would include Rick Grove (area manager), Jared Lewis (site manager), Dave Sturgill, George Milton, and a few other Dyno employee's, and can supply you with numbers so they can be contacted as referances. So there it is, too much info., but not enough, too long too short i wouldn't really know but i hope that it stirs up enough interest and intrigue to ask me in a interview how I'm going to make this position the best its ever been and of course the one we all cant wait to here , " when can you start "
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