Hardworking, reliable team player skilled in resolving mechanical issues on diverse equipment, machinery and vehicles through effective troubleshooting and diagnostics. Successful at adapting to new procedures, makes and models. Analytical and hands on approach helps consistently achieve newfound knowledge and abilities. Loves challenges and problem solving. Practices fluent communication and teamwork. Always willing to learn while taking constructive criticism well.
Given the opportunity to be a part of this team would change my life, getting into this field would be a monumental achievement that I would never forget. All I need is the chance to show just how far my hard work, and dedication to the craft will take me. Thank you.
Commanded a Flight as a Junior in AFJROTC in high school a position normally for seniors. However my advance accomplishments and leadership allowed me to attend SLS (summer leadership school) which is a taste of boot camp. Making me the First sophomore to command a a flight at the school. Where my deputy commander and myself led Delta flight to earn 1st place in the drill competition and an award for P.T and Leadership. Played active roles in Drill team, Sabre guard and P.T team. Became Armory officer as well.
Started working on cars before I could legally drive one, trading my friends repairs and maintenance for rides to school or practice.
Every job I've moved to leadership positions quick. I am a fast learner and am always willing to learn more.
When I was younger and had no money to buy a decent car. I saved as much as I could and brought a 1986 Honda Accord back to life after it was rammed into the back of a BMW. A month of bending back metal, acquiring, and replacing parts with little to no tools I had a running beast of a hatchback.
I carried on that tradition and continued to buy cheap projects to really start honing my skills. Foreign and Domestic, 4 cylinder to 6 cylinder from the 80's to the 2000's I didn't turn my nose to any challenge big or small.
Started my own Business when I moved to San Marcos because I was tired of shops or companies telling me I was too young, inexperienced or needed to stay with the company for 20+ years. I knew San Marcos would be perfect due to it being a collage town and seeing the neglected cars driven by spoiled collage kids who only knew a ratchet as an internet slang term. My business model worked due to me appealing to my customer base and offering mobile services at low prices. Business was slow at first, but surged right before I acquired a full time job.
When I stared at Servpro I quickly climbed the ranks and during one of our biggest flood events secured and completed several jobs in a week. Making the company approximately $25,000 to $30,000 dollars in one week. Securing my title as Crew Chief. I scored a near perfect score on my WRT Certification. While quickly becoming a top preforming Crew Chief, I outlasted and out preformed our Senior Crew chiefs.Making me the newest and youngest Senior Chief. Received nominations for New comer of the year followed by a Nomination for Crew chief of the year. My first 6 months as a Crew Chief I brought in a profit of $43,948.70. By the end of my tenure I had an average 49% profitability on all but a few indirect jobs. Earning me a Certificate of Achievement.
Mold Remediation worker Certification
Water Damage Restoration IICRC Certification
Boom Lift operator Certification
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