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professional mechanic ~ mechanical engineer ~ shop/service manager




ø  eight years experience managing/supervising operations and overseeing platoon/section, chief armorer of crew/individual weapons, readiness and training coordinator, project manager, quality control/assurance coordinator, technical/tactical trainer, ulls-g program certification, fedlog, tamms, ecod, and code-outs

ø  offer numerous years of civilian and military experience as a professional mechanic, including solid background as shop foreman

ø  expertise in diesel technology, gasoline-powered engines and component-level engine rebuilds

ø  effectively conduct full-scope inspections, troubleshooting, servicing, repair, and maintenance

ø  proactively manage shop operations and strategically coordinate work to optimize efficiency and productivity while concurrently ensuring high quality standards

ø  strong mechanical and electrical aptitude

ø  dynamic leadership skills; actively facilitate and support a collaborative teamwork environment


key areas of expertise
decision making, mechanical, problem solving, budgeting, quality control, classroom training, mentoring, casualty response, technical writing, maintenance planning,
resource management process improvement, hazardous material/waste handling,

recovery operations-damaged m1114-m1151 hmmwv/lmtv/m2a3/pls/m1079/m9ace/see-flu-419

professional experience                


lear siegler services inc.-ft. riley, ks                                                                               2007-present

automotive worker

  proficiently inspect, service and repair 621b scraper, d76 dozer, c17 grader, m113a2/a3, m60avlb and, m88a1; replace major components including engines, transmissions and frames


us army-ft. riley, ks                                                                                                           1996-2006

battalion shop foreman, 2004-2006

  contributed strong leadership skills toward steering shop operations, including assigning projects and supervising personnel; additionally served as quality control officer

  planned, coordinated and scheduled maintenance and service to maximize productivity, ensure achievement of critical deadlines and mitigate risk of unauthorized maintenance

  in capacity of senior mechanic, successfully delivered comprehensive training programs on procedures and maintenance techniques for hemmt family and hmmvv tactical vehicles


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  supervised and facilitated unit maintenance recovery operations on all gasoline/diesel-fueled, light-wheel vehicles (5 tons or less and associated trailers) as well as related items/components as well as heavy-wheel vehicles and material handling equipment (mhe)

  achieved army certified quality inspector credentials, applying expertise toward evaluating hardware documentation, facilitating laboratory procedures, inspecting products, measuring process performance, recording complex data, preparing detailed informal reports, and collaboratively developing new qa/qc policies and procedures; assists in the development of new qa/qc activities; spearheaded related qa/qc initiatives for army dispatch, ensuring all equipment was diagnosed, troubleshot and repaired, including all parts, to meet critical deadlines

  proficiently maintained power-assisted brake systems, wheel vehicle suspension systems, wheel vehicle wheel/hub assemblies, wheel vehicle mechanical (manual) steering systems, wheel vehicle hydraulic (power) steering systems, and wheel vehicle crane/ hoist/winch assemblies

  proactively led lower-grade soldiers and provided technical guidance in all light-wheel/heavy-wheel mechanic duties as well as material handling equipment, power generation equipment and hand/power tools upkeep

  efficiently conducted battlefield damage assessment and repair (bdar) and oversaw recovery operations, estimated costs of damages (ecod) and actual cost of damages (acod)

  recognized with numerous awards throughout career with us army


mechanical engineer, 1996-2006

  performed quality maintenance and servicing of heavy and light wheeled tactical equipment fleet vital to supporting military objectives



associate degree, general studies, barton community college-ft. riley, ks; 2001

construction equipment repairer certificate, ft. leonard, mo; 1999

certifications: construction equipment mechanic repairer, armored security vehicle repairer, track vehicle repairer






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