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Mechanic/Operator needing work

Discussion in 'Potential Employees Seeking Work' started by rangair94, Dec 3, 2014.

  1. rangair94

    rangair94 Member

    Joined:
    Jun 18, 2008
    Messages:
    10
    Location:
    sacramento ca
    I am located in Sacramento. I am looking for a full time job or if you need some part time/independent contractor type help we can work something out. I am looking for a company that is serious about what they do and takes some pride in what they do. I am capable of working independently without supervision. I take pride in what I do and stand behind my work. I have a class A CDL and my own tools.

    Summary of Skills:

    I have extensive experience and knowledge working on a large variety of equipment at a journeyman level. I have experience troubleshooting low voltage A/C & D/C electrical systems, hydraulic systems, and pneumatic systems, as well as PLC and Can Bus systems. I can both Arc and Mig weld and fabricate as needed. In addition to my technical abilities I have experience providing equipment training and support for both operators and mechanics. I am motivated and able to work productively unsupervised.

    Job Objective:

    To obtain a challenging position where I can utilize my technical skills with a company that is serious about what they do, and offers an opportunity to excel and grow.

    Work History/Experience:

    Papé Machinery Sacramento, CA
    Field Service Mechanic 03/14- Present

    My duties included troubleshooting and repairing all systems of construction and forestry equipment in a field environment. This includes both pre and post tier IV engines. In addition to diagnostics and repair I weld and fabricate as needed, with some line boring also.

    Atlas Copco Sacramento, CA
    Product Specialist 10/11 - 03/14

    I provided product support to customers as well as both company and distributer stores through out the country. This support includes equipment start-ups, product demos, troubleshooting and parts support. I am also responsible for providing operator and maintenance training on new equipment both internally and externally.

    Atlas Copco Pleasant Grove, CA
    Mobile Service Technician 06/06 - 10/11

    My duties include troubleshooting and repairing electrical, hydraulic, and air systems on mining equipment. I rebuild air compressors, drifters, hydraulic and pneumatic valves and controls, as well as perform preventive maintenance. I am able to fabricate special tools and parts, and work as needed to ensure the customer is up and running as soon as possible with little down time.

    Municipal Maintenance Equipment M.M.E. Sacramento Ca
    Mobile Service Technician 02/05 – 05/06

    I worked to repair and maintain different types of municipal equipment including street sweepers, vacuum trucks, and vehicle lift equipment. I installed vehicle lift equipment, and troubleshot any problems that arose. I prepped new vehicles prior to delivery to customers. I troubleshot and repaired hydraulic and electrical systems, both A/C and D/C single and three phase.

    California Steam Elk Grove CA
    Mobile Service Technician 07/04 to 02/05

    I provided mobile service work on pressure washers, parts washers, water clarifiers, and evaporators. I also Installed, troubleshot and repaired associated equipment which included D/C and A/C single and three phase electrical systems, water systems, natural gas systems, and small engines.

    U.S. Marine Corps Camp Pendleton, CA
    Heavy equipment operator 07/00 – 06/04

    I worked as a Heavy Equipment Operator. I operated and maintained various types of equipment, including loaders, excavators, dozers, forklifts, cranes, and backhoes.