Jessica Claire
, , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -

Capable Automotive Technician well-versed in servicing systems for domestic and import vehicles, including electrical, engine, steering and suspension. Detailed understanding of safety regulations and requirements. Knowledgeable resource for low-cost alternatives to high-cost requests for service.

  • Concise time management
  • In-depth knowledge of varied makes and models
  • Repair estimate experience
  • Commitment to quality
  • Collision repair
  • Excellent work ethic
  • Attentive to detail
  • Dependable and punctual
  • Vehicle inspections
  • Fault isolation
  • Troubleshooting
  • Organizational skills
  • Friendly, positive attitude
  • Conflict resolution
  • Critical thinking
  • Collaboration
  • Coolant flushes
  • Safety practices
  • Diagnostic abilities
  • Gasket replacements
  • Replacing hoses
  • Soldering skills
  • Resealing valves
  • Brake systems knowledge
  • Scoping components
  • Drivability issues
  • Customer Service
  • Suspension systems understanding
  • Maintaining records
  • Electrical understanding
  • Engine repair
  • Electrical circuits diagrams
  • Operating pneumatic tools
  • Versatile
12/2020 to Current
Paint Prep/Body Man Ace Hardware Coon Rapids, MN,
  • Inspected automotive repairs to match paint and maintain body appearance.
  • Replaced or repaired parts to complete daily work orders on vehicles.
  • Organized and maintained work areas free of potential hazards.
  • Routed paperwork such as invoices and packing lists to accounting department.
  • Monitored parts and materials storage area and maintained stock replenishment and organization.
  • Maintained and recorded costs of materials and supplies to assist with job costing and revenue projections.
  • Received new inventory orders and verified completeness and accuracy.
  • Distributed vehicle parts to technicians for replacement on in-shop vehicles.
  • Maintained vendor relationships and completed vehicle parts orders.
  • Evaluated vehicle schematics to assess required parts and order accordingly.
  • Covered bumpers, windows and trim with masking tape to prevent overspray or damage to adjacent areas.
  • Used buffing tools, including a DA, Sanding Blocks, Bondo, Putty, Buffer/Polisher, and 3 step compound, polish, and wax to repair dents and perfect paint on vehicle doors and panels.
  • Worked according to manufacturers' instructions to determine correct methods for restoring and replacing parts.
  • Filled small dents and lesser cosmetic issues with plastic or solder to create smooth surfaces for painting.
  • Used metal-cutting guns, air grinders and wrenches to remove damaged vehicle sections.
11/2017 to 12/2020
Internship/Apprentice Master Technician Laels International Automotive City, STATE,
  • Handled basic machinery repairs quickly to alleviate outsourcing costs to the company.
  • Avoided safety issues by carefully following company procedures and wearing protective gear when necessary.
  • Participated in company-sponsored trainings and workshops to improve skills set and boost technical knowledge. I continue to Participate even after leaving the internship.
  • Installed and maintained control systems and other technical components to complete equipment installations.
  • Organized, analyzed and prepared technical data reports.
  • Inspected and repaired program systems and components.
  • Worked from complex and detailed manufacturing documentation and verbal instructions.
  • Performed diagnostics, troubleshooting and evaluations on OBD2 enhanced scanner, Circuit testers and Multimeters, Battery Testers, Compression Testers, Fuel Injection Diagnostics, Pressure Leak Detection, Scopes, Engine Analyzer, Bar-OIS, Bar97 .
  • Checked for leaks and defects on vacuum and mechanical assemblies.
  • Interpreted equipment manuals and manufacturer instructions to install and troubleshoot devices.
  • Inspected equipment and systems to identify issues and reported problems to repair technicians.
  • Worked from layout and work order, created programs and set up machines to produce required parts.
  • Assembled parts using bolts, screws, speed clips, rivets and other fasteners.
  • Completed logs and job reports for completed and pending service calls at shift end.
  • Set up and operated production equipment in accordance with good manufacturing practices and SOPs.
  • Tested components, assemblies and systems to diagnose problems.
  • Recommended corrective and preventive actions to boost product reliability.
  • Adhered to applicable regulations, policies and procedures for health, safety and environmental compliance.
  • Conducted test drives before and after repair services.
  • Checked vehicle mileage and determined necessary maintenance, including belts, fluids flushing or gasket replacements.
  • Completed standard inspections to assess wear and damage to vehicles.
  • Removed old oil, replace filters and added correct amount of new automatic/mauel transmission oil, engine oil, Brake fluid, power steering fluid, differential fluid.
  • Performed maintenance inspections, tune-ups, oil changes and other key services.
  • Completed repairs and maintenance to major vehicle models to meet safety specifications.
  • Examined and inspected damaged vehicles, estimating repair costs prior to performing service.
  • Troubleshot faults and devised successful solutions for engine, steering and suspension, transmission brakes and ac issues.
  • Conducted evaluations and investigations of vehicle operations.
  • Performed AAA 40 point inspections and AAA pre-purchase inspections.
05/2019 to 01/2020
Small Engine Technician Hurman Tuning And Racing City, STATE,
  • Inspected, replaced and repaired defective parts and completed preventive maintenance.
  • Conducted preventive maintenance and repaired small engines by lubricating parts, cleaning components and restoring damaged areas.
  • Read and utilized information from factory service manuals to complete work and test systems according to official procedures.
  • Repaired wide variety of small engine machinery by restoring transmissions, carburetors, differentials, fuel pumps, distributors, starters, valves and various systems.
  • Disassembled and reassembled engines in Dirt Bikes and Watercraft based on repair needs.
  • Managed parts inventory, order tracking and repair documentation by keeping detailed and accurate records.
  • Used personal expertise and established troubleshooting and diagnostic procedures to identify issues and develop repair plans for various equipment.
  • Kept tools clean, sharpened, maintained and put away after job tasks to keep shop in good working order.
  • Spotted equipment issues in addition to ordering and installing new parts.
  • Completed specialized technical work, general maintenance, and customer servicing.
  • Shaped replacement parts with bench grinders.
  • Disassembled axles to repair and replace defective parts.
  • Assembled parts using bolts, screws, speed clips, rivets and other fasteners.
  • Daily Rebuilt Multiple Carburetors.
  • Kept detailed records of all repairs, labor involved, and parts used and input data to customer database.
  • Connected and soldered electrical wiring to control panels and electric motors.
  • Rebuilt components and systems to correct faults and achieve desired performance levels.
  • Tested electronic components and computer controls with specialized devices.
  • Used diagnostics and troubleshooting tools to identify failures and equipment issues.
  • Optimized functionality of small engine equipment and systems with skilled tuning of settings.
  • Calibrated repaired systems to meet performance specifications outlined by manufacturers.
Education and Training
Expected in 06/2019
Smog Inspecter Certification Level 1 & 2: Automotive Technology
Mira Costa College - Oceanside, CA,
Expected in
: Automotive Technology
Miracosta College - Oceanside, CA
  • Certified Smog Level 1 and Level 2 Inspector.

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