To obtain a position in the manufacturing field utilizing years of Maintenance knowledge, skills, and abilities. Experienced in all phases of maintenance, from installation of machinery/setup & repair, to preventive maintenance. Worked in building maintenance including air compressors, plumbing, roof repair, put up fences & guards.Also have experience with mixing chemicals & maintaining levels through testing. Managed ordering of weld gases, lubricants, degreasers & chemicals. Did daily inspections of presses & related equipment. Maintained inspection records on presses. Highly experienced with repair & maintenance of hydraulic tube benders.Certified to operate lift trucks up to 150,000#. Also qualified to operate man lift (50 Ft.).
Monitored multiple databases to keep track of all company inventory. Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors. Contributed to repeat and referral business by using strong customer service and problem solving skills. Ordered accurate amounts of parts and supplies to maintain necessary inventory. Guided mechanics with decisions concerning repair and replacement of parts. Recommended and helped customers select merchandise based on their needs.Exchanged returned merchandise for customers quickly and efficiently. Exercises sound judgment in issuing credits and making exceptions to customer policies to maintain high levels of customer satisfaction. Machining of brake drums and rotors. Building and repairing hydraulic hoses. Custom paint mixing and matching reducers and hardeners.Testing batteries and alternators.
Monitored vehicles as they entered, unloaded and exited the piling area to maintain a safe, efficient work area. Performed daily maintenance to the machine and wheels. Operated equipment safely and efficiently at all times. Maintained a steady flow of material through production lines by keeping production charge lines loaded and discharge lines unloaded. Maintained communication with customer service and dispatch regarding deliveries. Aided in removing refuse at the end of each day.
Informed supervisor of potentially dangerous electrical equipment and faulty instrumentation. Troubleshot equipment problems using tools such as multi-meters and general hand-tools. Inspected facility-related manufacturing support systems on a daily basis. Maintained systems involving hazardous chemicals, gases and liquids. Performed facility tool and system PMs according to manufacturing and internal specifications. Analyzed and interpreted data from facilities equipment. Recommended new equipment and maintenance procedures to the facility manager. Changed lamps and ballasts and tested electrical circuitry. Inspected and tested machinery to diagnose malfunctions.Assembled wiring, electrical and electronic components. Measured and marked dimensions and reference points accurately. Dismantled and inspected components and adjusted and repaired them as necessary. Fabricated tools, jigs and fixtures to meet manufacturing and engineering needs. Maintained logs, lists and files and promptly completed all necessary paperwork. Adjusted functional parts of devices and control instruments. Routinely checked fluid levels and replaced filters. Lubricated shafts, bearings and gears. Requisitioned supplies and equipment for cleaning and maintenance. Completed routine preventative maintenance. Completed daily rounds to inspect facilities equipment.
Inspected and tested machinery to diagnose malfunctions. Adjusted functional parts of devices and control instruments. Routinely checked fluid levels and replaced filters. Lubricated shafts, bearings and gears. Recorded the type and cost of maintenance and repair work. Completed routine preventative maintenance. Tested electrical appliances to prevent hazards and safety issues. Notified managers of major repairs or additions needed.Managed and updated equipment records. Tested machinery, equipment and parts to identify any defects. Disassembled broken and defective equipment to facilitate repair. Reassembled equipment after completed repairs. Assembled and maintained physical structures using hand and power tools. Operated tools such as hoists and saws. Routinely inspected machinery and equipment to diagnose malfunctions. Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts. Replaced worn and damaged hoses, wiring and belts .Maintained up-to-date and accurate repair logs. Assisted journeyman electrician with installation, repairs and maintenance of electrical systems .Measured and marked dimensions and reference points accurately .Dismantled and inspected components and adjusted and repaired them as necessary. Fabricated tools, jigs and fixtures to meet manufacturing and engineering needs. Executed bench, machine and hand tool work in shaping, fitting, and assembling machine parts from metal stock. Actively suggested operational improvements to enhance quality, improve production times and reduce costs. Changed equipment over to new product. Helped achieve company goals by supporting production workers. Started machine operations by inserting control instructions into control units. Monitored and adjusted production processes or equipment for quality and productivity .Worked with managers to implement the company's policies and goals. Set up and operated production equipment in accordance with current good manufacturing practices and standard operating procedures. Started up and shut down processing equipment. Troubleshooted problems with equipment, devices or products. Oiled machines, dies and work pieces and conducted other routine maintenance. Interpreted blueprints, drawings, and written and verbal instructions to set up jobs. Reduced downtime during production by maintaining equipment and reducing unnecessary maintenance. Verified that machine setups conformed to specs. Maintained record accuracy by using work order reporting system. Notified supervisors of faulty operations and defective materials.
Stacked and transported all overstock to storage areas. Communicated with floor managers to determine merchandise placement. Operated powered lift trucks, floor sweepers, pallet jacks and forklifts safely and with a 0% incident rate. Inspected product load for accuracy and safely transported it around the warehouse. Conducted monthly, quarterly and yearly inventories of warehouse stock .Rotated stock by code and receiving date .Transported goods from racks, shelves and vehicles. Used propane forklift to load trailer at warehouse. Assembled product containers and crates. Loaded flat bed by forklift and hand truck. Set dies in presses and adjusted presses for proper stroke and speed, Set up press material feeders and material uncoilers. Loaded steel coils with lift trucks or overhead cranes. Set operator controls to safe operating distance and test for correct operation. Worked with Quality Control to get first part quality approval. Adjusted machine feed and speed if machine malfunctioned. Changed equipment over to new product. Helped achieve company goals by supporting production workers. Started machine operations by inserting control instructions into control units. Monitored and adjusted production processes or equipment for quality and productivity. Calibrated or adjusted equipment to ensure quality production using tools such as calipers, micrometers, height gauges, protractors and ring gauges. Tested machinery, equipment and parts to identify any defects. Disassembled broken and defective equipment to facilitate repair. Reassembled equipment after completed repairs. Assembled and installed wiring, electrical and electronic components. Assembled and maintained physical structures using hand and power tools. Operated tools such as hoists and saws .Routinely inspected machinery and equipment to diagnose malfunctions. Checked fluid levels and replaced filters. Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts. Replaced worn and damaged hoses, wiring and belts. Maintained up-to-date and accurate repair logs.Soldered and brazed damaged equipment.
1- Associate in Applied Science - Mechatronics St. Clair County Community College, MI. Emphasis in Electronics ,Fluid Power, Machine Control. Graduated with Honors. GPA - 3.875 Coursework in Electricity, PLC, Motors and Controllers
Certificate of Completion - Machine Trades. Sanilac County Career Center, MI
Certificate of Completion - Machine Trades. I Certificate - Industrial Electrical.
Member, Alumni Association, St. Clair County Community College
Maintenance, Building Maintenance, Drill Press, Fabrication, Industrial Machinery, Lathe, Leadership Skills, Machine Repair, Milling, Milling Machine, Preventive Maintenance, Problem Solver, Production Machinery, Robotic, Roll Milling, Self Motivated, Shipping, Tool Room, Welding, Associate Degree in Mechatronics.
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