I grew up with a strong mechanical background.My grandfather was a maintenance foreman at a local steel mill and taught me a vast amount of repairing and diagnosing.I completed an automotive repair training school.i also have experience in manufacturing and pride myself in quality and safety.
After two years of line operation, I was given a promotion to Process Technician in which i had to troubleshoot and further enhance the currnet process of developement.
I started my career at P.G.W. as a receiving attendant and fork truck driver.My job also included retrieving dropped 53 foot trailers and unload them using a yard truck and fork truck.I then was promoted to a line operator.I was able to operate any line in my department in no time at all.From there i was promoted to Process Technician.
I work as a repair technician and furthered my training to become a certified warranty technician.
I began my career in automotive repair and customizing as a junior in high school through a work vocational program.I worked for Fastlane for several years and still help out when needed.I learned on how to use acetylene torch and welding.
I started at Crane shortly after graduating high school.I am a hard worker and like working alot of hours.I accepted a midnight shift then being able to balance with my auto repair job during they day.At Crane ,I was incharge of maintaining the kiln temperature and speeds to meet the production schedule and maintain a high level of quality with the product.
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