Adaptable operator with extensive experience in handling petroleum products including transporting and delivering via tractor/trailer while following all recommended safety procedures. Focused on maintaining organized record of all products transported. Promoting employee engagement, loyalty, and morale through effective leadership and communication!
Correctly identified storage tanks and executed safety procedures of petroleum products for nearly 4 years without loss of any products using my double check and identify process. Connected hoses and operated equipment to move liquid materials into and out of storage tanks. On multiple occasions asked to transport fuel with limited time notice of 15 minutes with expectancies to be on the job for up to 16 hours on non required work days.
Safely transport petroleum products from Magellan Pipeline to the customer. Average about 12-15 hours each day during the week. Enjoy working Saturdays and Sundays if needed. Responsible to check equipment each day and maintain a safe operating unit. Understanding the importance to safely deliver the product without any incident that could jeopardize my life, the life's around me, and the environment. Filling out invoices for customer and employer. Keeping personal record of loads completed to compare with pay stubs. Organizing BOL'S and invoices together to turn in at the end of the pay period. Keeping monthly and annual records of work done to the truck and schedule the following: brake jobs, tire changing, and oil changes, etc. Using basic math while loading product and unloading. Occasionally using percentages and decimals to figure correct mix of diesel as the customer demands. Communicating with dispatch on a regular schedule and accurately recording the load and notes from our customers.
Harvesting grain from the field and transporting to the Coop. Learning to operate a combine efficiently so that minimal grain is lost. Harvested corn, wheat, barley, sunflowers, and milo. Unique learning experience in the way that it taught me importance of minimizing product loss.
Hired on to assist technician during service calls on water wells. Helping him retrieve underground submersible pumps using a truck pulling unit. Participate and learn how to accurately troubleshoot a defected electric box, pressure switch, pressure tank, or centrifugal pump. Promoted after 6 months to pump truck operator and foreman. Leading and working with several guys to effectively retrieve 1-3 irrigation pumps per day at depths over 200 feet deep using heavy duty equipment including: 12 ton work capacity pulleys, 1" diameter cables, and 36" pipe wrenches while over a hole 20" in diameter and a rig nearly 40' above, controlled by series of hydraulic levers. Accurately filling out invoices of all parts used and duties completed to finish job. Organizing invoices and notes for future reference on related jobs. Communicating back to headquarters for new jobs received. Responsible for overseeing that all equipment be put up safely and in a timely manner by assistants. Mobilize equipment and helpers to new location in respective time.
Working with body technicians to evaluate vehicles damaged area that it has been correctly repaired to move into paint shop. Next, preparing vehicles for painting, while using a wide range of tools for sanding, masking off damage zone, and painting the area needed for refinishing. Assisting other technicians all working together to meet automotive insurance requirements within a less than reasonable time frame.
WyoTech is one of the most creative and respective automotive schools in the country. I completed 4 courses over a 1 year span and graduated March 24th 2006. First course was business management. In 3 months if completed we earned a Associates degree in business. Second course was collision. Third course was refinishing. Forth was street rod and custom fabrication. (my favorite) In that course we learned everything from chopping tops on both cars and pickups, painting ghost flames in transparent colors, metallics, or tri coat paint jobs to metal shaping with tools that have been around since the 40s. Tons of fun! I tend to use this education more for a hobby then a career.
After high school I took a couple classes in late 2004 to further educate.
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