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Maintenance Worker

Ludowici, GA

your.email@example.com
111-222-3333
www.your-website.com

Work Experience

Maintenance Worker

Claxton Poultry Farms,

Mar 2012Current

Claxton, Georgia United States 
Supervisor: William Carter- 912-739-3181; Contact: Yes 
 
Hours per week: 40 
Duties: Responsible for the upkeep of buildings, grounds, and related structures fixtures, utilities, and machinery. Preparing and submitting work orders for repairs requiring additional expertise. Skilled in the use and operation of common hand and power tools and measuring devices used for carpentry and painting, and remodeling to perform diverse tasks. Responsible for visual examinations and operational tests to determine if basic repair work is needed. I am able to operate and maintain assigned vehicles and make judgement concerning loading and arranging cargo, routes to take, overhead and side clearances, turning radius, braking distance, ability to care for passengers and deal effectively with people in a hospitable manner, and use GPS or follow maps when traveling to unfamiliar locations. I am able to detect developing maintenance problems. I have skills in defensive driving and adjusting driving conditions to road conditions and the vehicle being driven. I am able to use standard tools manual and power, lawnmowers, weed eaters, vacuum cleaners, etc. Skilled in writing, speaking, and reading to perform tasks associated with this job in a safe and effective manner. I have knowledge of sanitation standards and policy and procedures to prevent cross contamination when working with food items. Knowledge of commonly used rules, procedures, and operations relating to the basic safety and security of the assigned area and the people, facility, and equipment within the area of responsibility.

Automotive Mechanic Helper

DOL, Component Branch,

Nov 2005Feb 2012

Fort Stewart, Georgia United States 
Supervisor: Harry Sikes- 912-767-2113; Contact:Yes 
Pay Grade: WG - 5823 - 5 
 
Salary: $17.31 per hour 
Hours per week: 40 
Duties: Performed the full range of repairs to include inspection, troubleshooting, disassembly, overhaul, adjusting and testing a variety of Tactical/Non-tactical trucks, forklifts, construction, and track vehicles end items and components. Performed major repairs of chassis, engines, transmissions (mechanical, electro-mechanical, automatic, in-line and cross-drive) transfers, axles, differentials, hydraulic, brake and fuel systems. Daily use of specialized diagnostic test, measuring instruments and repair equipment such as compression testers, voltmeters, pressure gauges, calipers, micrometers, dial indicators, valve grinding units brake lathes, engine dynamometers, and computerized engine analyzers. Use of AC/DC arc welding process and oxygen/acetylene welding process. Daily use of Technical Manuals, Technical Bulletins, and Commercial Repair Manuals. Use of FEDLOG to verify replacement cost, expenditure limits, and repair/recoverability codes. Ordering of repair parts, completion of Maintenance Work Request (DA Form 2407) and Maintenance Worksheet (DA Form 2404). Operation of forklifts with lifting capacities of 2000 to 15000 LBS. Operated crawler tractor, fire plow and used hand tools to prepare fire suppression breaks around fire perimeter or to fell snags which pose a threat to human life or the suppression effort. Operated 5th wheel type tractor/trailer to move heavy equipment, dump trucks. Loaded and unloaded heavy equipment at various sites or in the storage yard. Able to identify job sites from map coordinates and aerial photos or verbal instructions and GPS. Iam able to use drip torches. Performs equipment inspections and operator maintenance on various equipment in accordance with established procedures. Since 12/14/07, Ihave driven a heavy truck to transport materials such as repair parts, major components, 20 foot containers, forklifts, track vehicles, engineering equipment, scrap metal, and other equipment to various locations within and outside the Garrison area. Performed driving missions in support of mobilization and demobilization missions to supply ammunition, fuel and other classes of missions. Perfomed pre- trip inspections on truck and made minor repairs to ensure that the vehicle was safe and in optimal operating order. Responsible for job ordering components and major assemblies for repair and closing the work order when the job(s) were completed. Maintained tools, equipment, and work area in order to provide a safe working environment.

Automotive Mechanic Helper/Welding Worker

DOR, Maint, End Items Branch,

Jan 2004Nov 2005

Fort Stewart, Georgia United States 
Supervisor: Greg Upperman- 912-767-8386; Contact:Yes 
Pay Grade: WG - 5823 - 5 
 
Salary: $16.81 per hour 
Hours per week: 40 
Duties: My daily tasks include completing sketches to fabricate and assemble structural metal products to include framework for machinery. Ifabricate components for building according to service order, verbal instructions, and job orders. Idevelop a plan sequence of operation by using mathematics, stock allowances for thickness, machine and welding shrinkage, and physical properties of metal. Set up and operate machinery associated with fabricating in shop, such as, welding machines, plasma and oxygen acetylene cutting torches, lathes, electric/hydraulic presses, radial drill presses, floor saws, metal breaks, rollers, and shears. Ialso use a wide range of pneumatic and electric hand tools to bend, form, and cut out metal. Position angle fits and weld components to specifications. Design and construct templates, jigs, and fixtures needed to perform tasks. Verify conformance to specifications of the finished product using caliper, micrometer, square, ruler, measuring tape, and other instruments. Iuse many different types of metal including: sheet metal, steel plate, round stock, angle and channel iron, expanded metal, grating, and I- beam. Iweld many different types of metal such as: cast iron, aluminum, steel, carbon and stainless steel, copper, bronze, brass and hastaloid. Iperform cuts and welds on flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead with all oxygen/acetylene, AC/DC, DC-, and argon gas equipment. All work is performed at journeyman level.

Outboard Technician

Coastal Outdoor and Marine,

Mar 2002Jan 2004

Hinesville, Georgia United States 
Supervisor: Donald Woods - 912-312-5050; Contact:Yes 
Salary: $16.00 per week 
 
Duties: Performed overhaul & repair on all types of marine equipment such as diesel engines, two and four stroke carburated and fuel injected inboard and outboard engines, air compressors, capstans, windlasses, winches, sewage ejectors, potable water equipment, saltwater cooling systems, as well as fire, fuel systems associated with tugboats. Disassembled & make onsite repairs to marine equipment & machinery such as main propulsion machinery, auxiliary engines, speed reduction & marine systems such as steering systems. Determines the nature & extent of repairs necessary & make needed repairs by replacing/reworking worn or damaged parts/components. Reassembled/installed equipment, connected the power sources, performed operational & functional tests, & made required adjustments in order to ensure proper operation of the entire system. Installed, replaced, adjusted, & set various regulating or safety devices such as governors, neutal safety switches, mercury switch, and automatic alarms. Utilized computer diagnostic test equipment to assess the malfunctioning or failing components. Posted repairs or services rendered to appropriate records. Knowledge of plumbing for the repair of leaking fixtures. Measured, cut, constructed, repaired, and assembled various wood structures for marine equipment that is being returned to the manufacturer. Utilized motor vehicles for loading and securing cargo to prevent shifting or falling during transit.

Maintenance Mechanic

Coastal Industrial Contracting,

Mar 2002Sep 2002

Riceboro, Georgia United States 
Supervisor: E.A. Zooza - 912-884-3366; Contact:Yes 
 
Salary: $16.00 per hour 
Hours per week: 40 
Duties: As a maintenance mechanic Iwas responsible for trouble shooting, rebuilding, repairing, testing and installing pumps and electric motors. Iremoved and repaired dryers, granulators, ribbon blenders, and pre-grinder chain driven reactors that mix chemicals. Eighty percent of the service orders Ireceived, Itraveled to the job site to estimate materials, additional manpower and equipment required to complete the service orders, keeping the budget restrains in mind. Icompleted sketches to fabricate and assemble structural metal products to include framework for machinery, tanks, smoke stacks and metal components for buildings according to job orders, verbal instructions and service orders. Developed, layout and plan sequence of operation by using mathematics, stock allowances for thickness, machine and welding shrinkage and physical properties of metal. Setup and operated machinery associated with fabricating in shop, such as, welding machines, cutting torches, lathes, electric/hydraulic presses, radial drill presses, floor saws, metal brakes, rollers, and shears. Also used all type of hand, pneumatic, and electric tools to cut out and form metal. Positioned aligned fits and welded components to specifications. Designed and constructed templates, jigs and fixtures needed to perform tasks. Verified conformance to specifications of the finished product using venier caliper, micrometer, square, ruler, and measuring tape. Iused many different types and shapes of metal to fabricate and assemble projects to include sheet metal, steel plate, round stock, angle channel, expanded metal, grating and I-beam. Iwelded many different types of metal to include cast iron, cast aluminum, cast steel, carbon steel, copper, bronze, aluminum, brass and hastaloid. Ipreformed cuts and welds on flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead with oxygen/acetylene, AC/DC, DC minus and argon gas equipment. All work was performed at journeyman level. Operates a 5th wheel type tractor/trailer equipped with air brake connections between truck tractor and trailer to move heavy equipment from job site to job site or to storage yard. Loads and unloads heavy equipment at job site or storage yard assuring load distribution, safety requirements, and established procedures are adhered to.

Automotive Worker

DOR, Maintenance Div,

Apr 2000Apr 2002

Fort Stewart, Georgia United States 
Supervisor: Greg Upperman- 912-767-8386; Contact:Yes 
Pay Grade: WG - 5823 - 9 
 
Salary: $16.00 per hour 
Hours per week: 40 
Duties: Iperformed a full range of repairs on automotive components such as: engines, transmissions, differentials, and other supporting systems. Completed repairs specified on work orders which included processes such as removing/replacing engines, transmissions, transfer cases, clutchs, steering, or brake systems, voltage regulators, generators, carburetors, fuel pumps, fuel tanks, spark plugs, exhaust systems, starters, fuses, lights, cables, and other similar items. Iperformed operational checks and tests using available test equipment and made necessary adjustments. Ialso assisted lower grade employees, checked their work and performance daily. i was involved in intermediate or periodic maintenance inspections, assisted higher-grade mechanics in complete overhaul or repair of major components and performed all repairs to tactical vehicles in the HEMITT VREP program to 10-20 standards.

Education

High School Diploma

Long County High School, Ludowici, GA

19962000

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