(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Professional Summary

Forward-thinking professional offering more than forty years of experience working in demanding, deadline-driven environments. Born and raised on a farm and knowledgeable in all aspects of farming. True team player experienced in customer service and working under extreme pressure. Organized and dependable candidate successful at managing multiple priorities with a positive attitude. Willingness to take on added responsibilities to meet team goals. To seek and maintain a Part-time position that offers professional challenges utilizing interpersonal skills, excellent time management and problem-solving skills.

  • Power tool proficiency
  • Hand tool knowledge
  • Construction equipment knowledge
  • Mechanical, electrical and pneumatic component repair
  • Diagnostics & Troubleshooting
  • Drywall
  • Safety and Compliance
  • Mechanical aptitude
  • Testing and evaluation
  • Operational programming of fountain equipment and vending equipment
United States Air Force Academy Monument, CO Expected in 03/2007 No Degree : Structures - GPA :
  • Professional development completed in Structures Maintenance
  • Professional development completed in Personnel Management
West Perry Senior High School Elliottsburg, PA Expected in 05/1976 High School Diploma : - GPA :
  • Certified Universal Technician in Refrigerant Transition and Recovery
Work History
General Investment & Development Companies - Service Technician
White Plains, NY, 01/1980 - 03/2020
  • Discussed and recommended service options with customers and explained costs involved.
  • Managed on-site and off-site installation, repair, maintenance and test tasks.
  • Followed safety procedures to avoid injuries in field.
  • Reviewed technical documentation to complete equipment maintenance and repair.
  • Operated hand tools and power equipment according to company safety procedures.
  • Interpreted equipment diagrams and blueprints to fully understand mechanical and electrical systems in need of service.
  • Attended Safety Meetings and New equipment and maintenance workshops and team meetings to maximize technical knowledge.
  • Installed new equipment and explained operation and routine maintenance protocols to customers.
  • Maintained company field response vehicle stocked with repair and replacement parts valued over $35,000.
  • Completed partial or full dismantling of equipment to quickly repair or replace defective components and restore functionality.
  • Reviewed aspects of job upon completion to alleviate equipment failure and prevent callbacks.
  • Cleaned and lubricated parts to keep equipment operating at peak performance.
  • Assessed operating conditions and adjusted settings to maximize performance and equipment longevity.
  • Tended to machines, troubleshot malfunctions and completed basic repairs to keep equipment fully functional and well-maintained.
  • Ordered Non-stocked and updated replacement parts and managed inventory of spare parts.
  • Worked with diverse types of weather and ground conditions.
  • Maintained strong focus on safety and efficiency to provide comprehensive support to Field Service Technicians performing skilled repairs.
  • Demonstrated to customers proper methods for operating equipment after it had been installed.
Pennsylvania Air National Guard - Structure Superintendent
City, STATE, 10/1982 - 09/2010
  • Assessed current usage and future needs to determine expansion plans.
  • Proposed plans involving training for achieving objectives in operations and education.
  • Maintained safety onsite and upheld all OSHA regulations by monthly safety meetings and training on new equipment and tools.
  • Managed eight craftsmen when performing duties in line with local and national building codes in all areas of construction.
  • Built sustainable procedures, defect plans and risk assessment systems with engineers and consultants.
  • Reviewed plans and inspected ongoing construction to keep work in line with project goals.
  • Supported project coordination and smooth workflow by coordinating materials, inspections and contractor actions.
  • Managed complete construction process to maximize quality, cost-controls and efficiency.
U.S. Army - Airborne Infantryman
City, STATE, 05/1976 - 08/1979
  • Led fire team during infantry dismounted battle drills and situational training exercises.
  • Constructed and camouflaged infantry positions and equipment to prevent detection.
  • Trained teams on emergency situation preparedness and hands on in tactical planning, equipment maintenance and weapon use.
  • Instructed personnel in de-escalation and conflict resolution techniques for use in foreign national negotiations and cooperative actions.
  • Constructed and camouflaged infantry positions and equipment to prevent detection

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School Attended

  • United States Air Force Academy
  • West Perry Senior High School

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  • High School Diploma

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