Over 22 years' experience in mechanical shop management and maintenance in a variety of diesel equipment. Demonstrated a strong work ethic and value teamwork . Adapted to adverse working conditions and overtime. Prioritized work assignments and assigned individuals to perform necessary Maintenance. Supervised the technical training, developed careers, and solved personal problems through technical skills and counseling
Construction Equipment Mechanic, USMC, MCAGCC, 29 palms, California 1998-2001
Engineer Equipment Section Calibrations Manager, USMC, MCAGCC, 29 PALMS, California 1999- Present
Construction Equipment Mechanic, USMC, MCLB, Barstow, California 1997-1998
Operators License, DTC 8606 high mobility 4x4 forklift.
Operators License, Tram 644E Forklift Tractor Mounting.
Operators License, Extended Boom Forklift 10 k.
Certificate, Introduction to Fiber Optics, 29 palms, California 2000
Certificate, M9 Armored Combat Earthmover, 80 hours, US ARMY Tanks Automotive and Armaments Command, Warren, Virginia 1999
Certificate, Construction Equipment Repairers Course, 9 weeks, U.S. Army, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri 1997
Certificate, Marine Combat Infantry Training School, 2 Weeks, Camp Pendleton, CA 1997
Graduate, Non-Commission Officer Leadership Course, 3 weeks, 29 Palms, CA 1998
Respirator Use License, 1st choice/ Confo-Classic/ MSA-small, 2nd choice/ MSA -Ultratwin small, 29 Palms, California 1999
Perform scheduled mechanical inspections and routine maintenance in compliance with FRA (Federal Railroad Administration), company and industry standards on GE (General Electric) and EMD (Electro Motive Diesel) Locomotives.
Perform routine maintenance and servicing such as air brake cleaning and testing, and engine air filter changing, and fueling
repair locomotive electrical systems and write reports on maintenance and repair works. Perform emergency repairs to locomotives. Replaced locomotive and diesel engine components including but not limited to wheels or trucks, traction motors, springs, couplers, draft gear assembly, gear cases, cylinder heads, air compressors, and turbo chargers. Performs daily service of locomotive units: fuels, waters, lubricates and oils; wipes down and cleans unit/windows; checks supplies and drinking water. Maintain written and computer records for maintenance and repairs as required.
At different intervals complete oversight of 3 different areas of coverage, Service Track, Shop and Truck Shop. Span of control of about 14 employees at any given time Electricians, Machinist, and Mechanical Service Operators. The Service Track responsibilities include implementation of the Roundhouse/Planners locomotive plan of action for servicing, minor repairs and running trains, this includes job briefing with all subordinates about safety and the daily objective, organizing placement of resources, material and locomotives, leading by example and following up on daily mile posts. Constantly measuring through feedback and making sure the plan is being followed and adjust accordingly when a critical point in our process begins to lag. In the Shop and Truck Shop same plan of approach except in now we implement the Backshop/Planners locomotive plan of action of all Federal and Company inspection PI, AI, B1, FI, M2, and M3s. This is also where the bulk of the heavy work is performed; for example, changing out major components such Traction Motors, Turbos, Power Assemblies, Radiators, Fans, Grids and every other Electrical/Mechanical Component that needs to get troubleshooted, repaired or changed. I have acquired skills in all critical areas of the Mechanical Department's day to day operations; therefore, as needed I continue to provide support and cover the Service Track Planner / Roundhouse, and Back Shop Planner FG1 positions.
General Studies, 50 Credit hours, Copper Mountain College, Joshua Tree, California 1998-1999
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