Results-driven Lead Mechanic eager to offer high-level equipment repair, troubleshooting, and maintenance talents, as well as progressive team building, training / development, process improvement, and regulatory compliance experience, toward maximizing an innovative employer s success within a growth-oriented role.
Maintenance Leadership • Team Building / Training • Inventory Control • Shipping / Receiving • Safety Control
Technical Inspections • Heavy & Light Equipment • Process / Procedure Improvement • Regulatory Compliance
Top performer who offers 9+ years of combined standard military maintenance, leadership, and team building experience, including directing complex equipment projects while optimizing efficiency to meet and /or exceed goals.
Out-of-the-box thinker who demonstrates expertise as a light, medium, and heavy wheeled diesel and gas engine and track mechanic; and boasts talents in instructing and training military and civilian personnel on key operations.
Ambitious self-starter who served two tours of duty in Iraq (OIF-1, OIF-3) performing all motor pool mechanic tasks, as well as armed convoy support as a solutions-driven emergency repair and security team member.
Utilize broad scope of industry knowledge and dynamic technical acumen toward serving as a liaison for LOGCOM, JPO, and AMC to efficiently induct, repair, and inspect battle-damaged MRAPs and other mission-critical equipment.
Issue gear to Marines from FIS (FWD in stores) to replace battle-damaged ones, along with preparing and assisting in processing equipment for shipment to the U.S. for retrograde and processing of equipment arriving from Kuwait.
Apply strong leadership talents toward directing a top-performing 10-member team of maintenance personnel.
Cost-effectively order and receive essential equipment parts using FEDLOG and WebFLIS, including conducting detailed inventories of all equipment, parts, and / or supplies being sent or received.
Led targeted decision-making for a 24-member U.S. and foreign team, including building and sustaining productive military support operations by training up to 15 personnel on conducting various proper equipment up-armoring.
Handled vehicle maintenance and installation of Frag 7 Up-Armoring systems, completed training for installation of Frag 7 components included in the Frag 7 kit, and applied expertise in the efficient mechanical repair of HMMVs.
Directed technical inspections of vehicles encompassing repair and replacement of vehicle systems such as brakes, engines, transmissions, and other critical components for heavy- and light-wheeled equipment.
Installed and aligned vehicle emergency escape windows and upgraded a standard fire suppression system to a multiple extinguisher system as required per specific equipment needs.
Performed advanced inspection, repair, and maintenance tasks per specifications required to prepare military vehicles for issue to units and organizations, and provided key maintenance for light and medium tactical military vehicles.
Expertly researched repair parts in the ETMs (Electronic Technical Manuals) according to vehicle type, coordinated efforts with FEDLOG for national stock numbers, and requested repair parts for vehicle types.
Optimized organizational efficiency by shipping, receiving, and conducting comprehensive inventory supplies and parts within a large-scale retail warehouse, including effectively operating a forklift, stock picker and conveyor belt.
Demonstrated solid skills set by joining a General Safety Team to improve safety quality within the Distribution Center, along with training personnel on product and merchandise stocking via use of various types of equipment.
Served as a 1st Line Supervisor for 15 team members, including overseeing and training 12+ individuals in the repair of multifaceted military equipment (e.g. bulldozers, rollers, scrapers, graders, bucket loaders, HMTVs / LMTVs, HMMWVs, 915-915 series freightliners), as well as conducting daily PMCS on all assigned military equipment and vehicles.
Proactively replaced engine components such as relays, alternators, fuel pumps, radiators, water pumps, and starters.
Repaired, inspected, disassembled, and reassembled brake, cooling, and fuel systems, and assembled transmissions.
Contributed sharp analytical abilities toward troubleshooting and repairing diverse engines, systems, and vehicles, including using technical manual publications and electronic / hydraulic diagnostic equipment to service and isolate malfunctions, as well as performing routine maintenance within extreme as well as normal motor pool conditions.
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management (In Progress) Columbia Southern University
Engineer Equipment Operator Certificate United States Army
Basic Combat & Individual Training United States Army
Security Clearance • Military Drivers License (348) • DDD Safety License
MRAP Maintenance Certified • First Responders Certification First Aid with CPR / AED (Adult)
HMTVs / LMTVs • HMMWVs • 915-915 Series Freightliners • Bulldozers • Rollers • Scrapers • Graders • Bucket Loaders
Diesel Engines • Heavy / Light Trucks • Cooling / AC Systems • Brake / Exhaust / Fuel / Electrical Systems
Air / Hydraulic Systems • Transmissions • Steering • Suspensions • Generators • CTIS / ABS
Certificate of Achievement (Operation Iraqi Freedom I / III) • Army Commendation Medal (2006)
Army Good Conduct Medal (2005) • Army Achievement Medal (2004, 2005) • Certificate of Training (2004)
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I am currently seeking a challenging [ Insert Job Title ] role, and am submitting my resume for your review.
I am excited to build a rewarding career with your company, and am confident that my professional skills and technical proficiencies can help to achieve your key objectives. I can offer 9+ years of solid experience in high-level military equipment repair, troubleshooting, and maintenance, and am well-versed in all facets of team building / training, inventory control, shipping / receiving, technical inspections, process improvement, safety control, and regulatory compliance.
To complement my background, please note that I am pursuing a rigorous Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management from Columbia Southern University. I also attained an Engineer Equipment Operator Certificate from the United States Army. I hold active Security Clearance, a Military Drivers License (348), a DDD Safety License, and MRAP Certification.
Currently, as a Maintenance Lead for Honeywell Technical Solutions, Inc., I utilize my broad scope of industry knowledge and dynamic technical acumen toward serving as a liaison for LOGCOM, JPO, and AMC to efficiently induct, repair, and inspect battle-damaged MRAPs and other mission-critical equipment. Within this role, I issue gear to Marines from FIS (FWD in stores) to promptly replace battle-damaged ones, along with preparing and assisting in processing equipment for shipment to the U.S. for retrograde and processing of equipment arriving from Kuwait. I also direct a top-performing 10-member team of maintenance personnel and cost-effectively order and receive equipment parts using FEDLOG and WebFLIS. As this is just a sampling of my job history, please refer to my enclosed resume for additional experience.
You will find me to be a results-focused professional who can contribute superior attention-to-detail and sharp analytical talents. In addition, I can plan, prioritize, and manage multiple technical team tasks within fast-paced, high-pressure environments while streamlining processes to increase productivity, efficiency, and quality. For the sum of these aforementioned reasons, I believe I will prove to be an incredible asset to your company.
I look forward to hearing from you, and thank you in advance for your consideration.
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