I am a hard working parts specialist with a history of auto care and parts service in my past. I am proficient in finding the required parts for customers; showing great communication skills and providing high customer satisfaction. This May I will be graduating from WITC-Superior's automotive maintenance technician program. I currently have ASE Student certifications in Automobile Engine Repair including Electrical/ Electronic Systems, Automobile Engine Performance, Heating and Air Conditioning, and a license in Mobile refrigerant Service and Handling. I also have certifications in Mechanical Safety, Mechanical Pollution Prevention, Hazardous Materials Training for Dealers, and Motor Oil Basics Training. Further ASE certifications I will receive are Suspension/ Alignment, Brakes, Manual Drive Train, and Automatic Transmission. I will After graduation I will receive a technical diploma in Automotive Maintenance.
I answer phone calls (for both everyday customers and professional accounts), look up parts using the computer and book, pull parts for customers, order parts, install wiper blades/batteries/light bulbs for customers. When the store closes I do closing duties and count the till. Other job duties include front facing inventory on the floor and cleaning and mopping floors every night. I completed all of my O'Reilly training a year ahead of the expected date. I aim to make every customer happy with their visit and have received an award for a "Dialing for Dollars."
My duties included putting away freight, restocking shelves, and working the register. I worked quickly and efficiently to keep customers satisfied, and cleaned the store and parking lot.
I worked pointing logs, bundled and categorized peeled logs, fixed broken down machines and performed maintenance on the machines.
I performed daily inventory counts, put parts away, turned rotors, balanced tires, looked up parts for customers, sold parts, worked the cash register, answered phone calls, provided great customer service, delivered parts, cleaned shelves/parts/floor in front, and did other maintenance for the building (cutting the grass, raking leaves).
I learned all of the basic automotive categories such as engine repair, DC electrical, engine performance, body electrical, heating and air conditioning, brakes and suspension, and automatic and manual transmission.
I have received ASE Student Certifications in Engine repair, Engine performance, electric/electronic systems, and Heating and Air Conditioning.
I have a certificate of continuing education for a successful completion of Mobile Refrigerant Service and Handling.
I also have certificate of completion for Hazardous Materials Training for Dealers, S/P2 on line training for Mechanical Pollution Prevention, S/P2 on line training for Mechanical Safety, and Valvoline certificate of completion for Participation and successful completion of motor oil basics training.
During high school, I took a college class on automotive maintenance where I learned how to do basic maintenance such as oil changes, wheel bearings, transmission fluid flushes, code reading, diagnosing misfires, mounting and balancing tires. I didn't receive any degrees, but did earn college credit for the class.
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