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Equipment Manager Resume


Desired Industry: Automotive/Mechanic SpiderID: 80744
Desired Job Location: Aspermont, Texas Date Posted: 3/11/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 77000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Experience:
TXDOT – Abilene, TX, USA
Equipment Mechanic IV, Mobile 2016–Present
Ensure safe and effective repair of vehicles and mobile equipment and their related components at numerous locations.
Manage the purchase and replacement of vehicle and mobile equipment parts align with analysis of operational demands and budgetary considerations.
Take charge of maintaining cost and vehicle data control system along with purchase and inventory of vehicle maintenance repair as well as replacement parts and supplies.
Handle the maintenance of company fleet toward acceptable level of 95% fully mission capable
Ensure the compliance of the following initiatives:
Preventive maintenance and quality control program for vehicle and mobile equipment repairs;
Safety program with all safety and environmental regulations regarding vehicle maintenance operations; and
Department of Tourism (DOT), Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), and other employment as well as safety and environmental regulations in reference to vehicle maintenance operations.

Choocho’s Automotive Repair – Aspermont, TX, USA
Owner-Operator 2010–2016
Conducted automotive repair for agricultural and oil field community, including troubleshooting, repairing and maintaining fuel, electrical, hydraulic, suspension, air conditioning, and brake system encompassing heavy agriculture and oil field motorized equipment.
Acquired all parts needed for repairs and planned job orders and outside service work when needed.
Executed all welding and fabrication for equipment repairs and modifications.

Waste Management – Ferris, TX, USA
District Fleet Manager 2009
Administered the daily operations of maintenance facility for fleet of 88 trucks, 13 mechanics, 1 parts clerk, and 2 shop supervisors in agreement with waste management standard operating procedures.
Supported route manager in maintaining quality and budget performance.
Diagnosed and enhanced processes, procedures, and performance of maintenance functions while administering budget and operations.
Maintained active involvement in the regular profit and loss (P&L) reviews for budgets.
Improved safety in the site by setting and streamlining processes, procedures, and programs.
Facilitated regularly scheduled safety meetings to prevent accidents and injuries.
Assumed full accountability in cleaning the shop through inspections and preventative maintenance programs in accordance with company and OSHA standards.
Conducted performance reviews, employee training, and disciplinary actions when necessary.

Austin White Lime Company– Austin, TX, USA
Vehicle Maintenance Superintendent 2007–2009
Supervised a mechanic supervisor and administrative assistant, 12 equipment mechanics and service technicians, and 4 equipment servicers and lubricators at two locations such as Austin and Round Rock Texas
Provided resources and training to mechanics and technicians while checking the quality and effectiveness of repairs to ensure top performance.
Organized purchase and replacement of vehicle and mobile equipment according to analysis of operational demands and budgetary considerations.
Managed cost and vehicle data control system.
Collaboratively worked with outside service vendor in providing repairs and services to maintain company fleet into an acceptable level.
Established preventative maintenance and quality control program for vehicles and mobile equipment repairs.
Established safety program with environmental regulations associating vehicle maintenance operations.
Facilitated safety inspections of vehicle maintenance and service facilities while determining any unsafe working conditions and work practices.
Coordinated with department managers with regard to providing quantity and quality of product to customers.


Earlier Career

Defense Threat Reduction Agency – Socorro, NM, USA
Equipment Specialist and Ordnance, GS-1670-11

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation – Socorro, NM; Alamosa, CO, USA
Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic Supervisor, WS 5802-9
Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic, WG 5803-9

United States Department of Justice/INS - Border Patrol Laredo Sector – Laredo, TX, USA
Automotive Mechanic, WG 02583 SR247E -10

Unit Training Equipment Site (UTES) # 1 – Powderly, TX, USA
Electronics Mechanic, WG R898200-9

United States Army – Various Locations
Team Chief, Recovery Section SGT E-6


Education:
Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering • Vincennes University | Vincennes, IN, USA
Associate’s Degree in Applied Science • Vincennes University | Vincennes, IN, USA
Automotive Engineering • Central Texas College | Wetzlar, Germany
Automotive Engineering • Temple University | Wetzlar, Germany
Class A M-CDL | Private Pilot, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
New Mexico Emergency Medical Services, First Responder License, Satellite Accumulation Point Operator


Skills:
Areas of Expertise

Project Management
Safety and Environmental Regulations
Program Development
Performance Reviews
Continuous Process Improvement
Organizational Inspection


Additional Information:
Professional Development

2008
Building Trust through Communication, What It takes to Be a Great Team Leader

2006
Under Ground Safety Training MSHA Part 48 Surface Nonmetal, Job Objectives Workshop for Employees
HR Elements and Performance Management, Leadership Module A
WSMR Satellite Accumulation Point Training, WSMR Hazcom

2005
Security & Counterintelligence Protection Awareness, Counterintelligence Awareness Training
Slips, Trips & Falls Prevention, Awareness Training: Combating Trafficking in Persons
Intelligence Oversight Awareness, Antiterrorism Level, Antiterrorism Level 1 Refresher
Freedom of Information Act/Privacy Act, Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH), Records Management
2005 Annual Ethics Training, First Responder Basic Course, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Driver Improvement Training, Budget Training, First Aid Institute Bloodborne Pathogens Course
Emergency Care Adult CPR Course, Emergency Care Standard First Aid Course, Project Management

2004
Enhancing Interpersonal Skills, How to Manage the NEPA Process and Write Effective NEPA Documents
Contracting Officer's Representative, Intermediate Windows XP, MS Word, and Intro to MS Excel
Bankcard Training - Travel and Purchase,

2003
Hazardous Communication, Crisis Management and Public Disputes

2002
EEOC Presentation, EEO For Supervisors, Logistics Practices, Management and Control
Construction Safety Standards, Bankcard Training, Handling Conduct and Performance Problems
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Course 601
Leadership Skills for Supervisors and Managers, 13th Annual DLC Forum

2001
Management and Leadership Skills, Basic 40 Hour Supervision, Bankcard Training, Ethics for Employees
Computer Security, Property Care and Use, Inventory Management and Control


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