Master Diesel Technician with 16 years in engine and transmission repair, rebuilding, and replacement. Strong leader with the ability to motivate and encourage others using leadership skills attained through military experience and leadership.
I received John Deere Advanced Service Technician after one year of employment.
I received John Deere Master Service Technician after two years of employment.
In July of 2013 I was appointed as the shop safety coordinator.
I performed troubleshooting procedures to customer equipment using various diagnostic tools and equipment in a timely manner. I removed and rebuilt unit engines and transmissions. Installed additional features and implements on units in a timely manner so customers could receive their equipment as rapidly as possible. Assembled new units to prepare them for sale. After assembly I performed operational checks to ensure no equipment deficiencies upon delivery to the customer. Prepared parts breakdown and labor quotes for customer approval. Trained new service technicians. Shop safety coordinator inspecting the shop and identifying hazards. I helped implement ways to reduce risks to personnel and equipment.
While as a platoon sergeant with the 529th CSSB. I was directly responsible for the health, care, and welfare of the soldiers in my platoon. I ensured the soldiers were properly trained to perform their task and that all their records were up to date. I provided the squad leaders all the necessary tools to accomplish their missions. I provided leadership and conducted junior N.C.O evaluations. Other than platoon sergeant I was the unit Maintenance Non Commissioned Officer In Charge. I was directly responsible for keeping the units vehicle maintenance and records up to date. I would report the unit equipment status and readiness report to the Battalion Colonel during the Battalion Staff meetings.
As a Squad Leader in the 3d ACR I was directly responsible for the care and well being of my soldiers during our deployment to Iraq with zero injuries during our deployment. I supervised the troubleshooting and repair to combat vehicles during this deployment with minimal down time to the equipment. I would perform pre and post inspections to the equipment being serviced with minimal deficiencies. During this deployment I was awarded the Army Achievement Medal, and the Army Commendation Medal.
Performed fleet scheduled maintenance on company equipment. I performed safety inspections on company equipment to ensure that the road tractors and trailers would be within U.S. Department of Transportation regulations. I was responsible for troubleshooting and repairing faulty electrical wiring and electrical components on road tractors and trailers. I would inspect and repair hydraulic lift gates on trailers. Removed and repaired air brake system components. I ordered and restocked the company parts daily.
Performed troubleshooting procedures and repair on forestry equipment. I conducted engine, transmission, and hydraulic diagnostics on customer equipment. Disassembled, repaired, resealed hydraulic components such as cylinders, valves, pumps, and motors. I inspected sold equipment and checked their functions and hydraulic pressures before customer delivery. I preformed A/C diagnostics and repaired A/C systems. I preformed axle removal and rebuilds on customer equipment
with little or no deficiencies and customer satisfaction.
Master Service Technician
Advanced Service Technician
Preliminary Leadership Development Course
U.S. Army Advanced Initial Training
Basic Combat Training
J.R Tucker High School
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