I am a dedicated and hard worker. I have had many different jobs over the years sense I was 14 I have worked on and off. From 14 to 16 years of age I mowed my neighbors orchard with a push mower for 3 dollars an hour. At 17 I then started to work for my friends dad in the fields and his forklift business. In the field i tended to wine grapes and in the shop i worked on repairing and welding on forklifts. From there I was laid off and went to work at Cabral Dodge in Manteca CA starting as a car wash guy. I quickly flew by the other guys in that position and showed my interest in the lube tech position. Working hard i achieved this position and was trained on how to do it. After 7 months in that position I was laid off. From there I had a break in employment because my mom was not doing well so i moved to Oregon to take care of her. After she got better we moved to Arkansas where i got a job as a welder. I worked that job for a year and a half till i was laid off again. From there I met a friend and started helping him remodel houses. That slowly slowed down and ran out so i moved back here to California and started working at Petes Restaurant as a dish washer. I work as hard as i could and slowly moved upto line cook. Then i got a job offer to sell parts for Harley Davidson so i took that and was let go a few months later. Critical thinker On time Excellent research skills People Person Detail oriented Great at math Planning/coordinating Quick learner Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint Fast thinker Team leadership Always give 100% Professional demeanor Technology Proficient Organizational planning TIG welding
Education and Training
High School Diploma : 2009CA, USAI studied all trade classes including welding, small engines, construction, and electrical.
Parts Counter October 2015 to January 2016Eagles Nest Harley Davidson - Lathrop, CA
Here i was a parts salesman and had to learn all the bikes and correct fitments for each one.
There is 5 groups of bikes and 3-10 bikes in each group.
My job was to make sure the parts the customer wanted would fit his bike.
I also had to organize parts and put them away in order in back-stock.
Dish Washer/Line Cook March 2015 to October 2015Petes Restaurant & Brewhouse - Manteca, CA
I started as a dish washer my job was to keep the back area clean and tidy along with keeping the constant flow of dishes clean and put away in the correct spot.
I then moved up by hard work and showing my interest in cooking.
As a open area line cook i had to be professional with my language and employees.
I had to make the meal according to the customers liking and great them each time they walked by our area.
At the end of the night we were in charge of showing our house keeping skills in cleaning and sanitizing the whole area to where it shined.
Welder October 2013 to February 2015QualServ - Fort Smith, AR
I was in charge of reading blue prints and building the product perfectly to the standard.
I used the TIG process to weld aluminum and stainless steel to create the food stand you see at your professional football stadiums.
All our metal were between 18 gauge to 1/8in thick.
Also had to keep our areas clean and tidy to make sure there was less stuff to cause an incident.
Lathe Operator February 2013 to August 2013Triple D Inc - Boswell, OK
Read blueprint and type in the correct measurements into the machine to begin lathing down the object to the specified measurement.
Car wash/ Lube Tech June 2010 to January 2011Cabral Dodge - Manteca, CA
Here after every car was worked on and finished the car got a complimentary car wash.
It was my job to do a complete wash and wipe down of the car and make sure it was shiny and spot free.
This included Windex the window, wipe the door jams, tire shine the tires, and make sure the car was 100 percent clean.
From there I showed interest in the lube tech position which is the oil changing part of the dealer ship.
After a week or two of talking to my manager and working as hard as I could he moved me up and had me train for two days with our best lube tech.
There i learned the basic 23 point inspection and how to properly drain and refill the oil along with other tasks.
During this oil change you could also be asked to rotate tires, top off all fluids, patch a hole, and change tires.
Intern Mechanic January 2008 to June 2010GMS Western Lift Inc - Stockton, CA
Here I was training with another mechanic to learn how to do brakes and other small repairs to forklifts.
I also had welding experience welding on a grape harvester to put the shake plate back in place from where it had cracked.
My duties also included maintaining the care of the shop keeping it clean.