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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Seek the Challenging Position of Mobile Equipment Service Technician

A highly talented Mobile Equipment Service Technician with huge experience in inspecting, maintaining, repairing and overhauling the heavy equipment located at New York City's landfill, and emergency generators located throughout the City; developing and implementing a preventive maintenance program for the purchasing of parts and supplies for the assigned equipment; and working directly with customers and vendors to coordinate contracts and warranty repairs.

Summary of Qualifications

  1. More than eight years experience.
  2. Thorough knowledge of safety practices employed in an automotive repair facility and in field service work.
  3. Excellent knowledge of Windows-based computer applications.
  4. Great ability to utilize common hand and power tools as required to completing the essential job functions.
  5. Remarkable ability to utilize specialized hand tools such as micrometers, dial indicators and electrical mutimeters.
  6. In-depth ability to use diagnostic equipment such as emissions analyzers and scanners.
  7. Uncommon ability to use oxy-acetylene and wire-feed welding and cutting equipment.
  8. Exceptional ability to lift and carry weights of 50 lbs.
  9. Excellent ability to work effectively with others.
  10. Strong ability to maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities that include standing for extended periods of time and operating assigned equipment and vehicles.
  11. Immense ability to communicate with others, make sound decisions, and to assimilate and understand information in a manner consistent with the essential job functions.

Professional Experience

Department of Works, Tarrytown, NY           2002 - Present Mobile Equipment Service Technician
  • Inspect, maintain, repair, and overhaul a variety of earthmoving, construction and related heavy equipment. This includes: tractors, loaders, dozers, scrapers, greenwaste grinders and composting equipment.
  • Inspect, maintain, repair and overhaul a variety of gasoline, diesel and natural gas fueled emergency and standby generators from 15 - 1,500 kW.
  • Perform metal fabrication work and welding as required to repair and/or replace damaged parts and components, to repair cracks, and to replace and hard face ground-engaging tools, cutting edges and bits.
  • Inspect, maintain and repair gasoline, diesel and alternatively fueled engines; diagnose and repair electronic engine controls and emission control systems.
  • Inspect, maintain and repair power train components such as transmissions, transfer cases, and final drive systems.
  • Inspect, maintain and repair undercarriage components and track drive systems.
  • Inspect, maintain and repair hydraulic systems and components, such as pumps, valves, and motors.
  • Fabricate and replace hydraulic hoses.
  • Inspect, maintain and repair hydraulic and air brake systems and components, perform related machine work as required.
  • Diagnose and repair electrical circuits; troubleshoots and replace electrical and electronic components.
  • Operate and test emergency generators, perform scheduled load bank testing; perform initial diagnosis of generator control and monitoring systems.
  • Operate a large (30,000 pound GVW) service truck with a hydraulic crane, and 2,500-gallon fuel tanker truck.
  • Operate shop equipment and machine tools such as pedestal grinders, power hacksaws, drill presses, battery and charging systems testers, emission analyzers, welding and cutting equipment, and other common automotive shop equipment.
  • Utilize a fleet management software application to generate work orders, post labor hours and work order comments, and to review equipment repair histories.

Department of Works, Tarrytown, NY               1997 - 2002

Heavy Equipment Mechanic
  • Assisted journey-level mechanic with periodic inspections of equipment at field locations by following a checklist and noting items needing repair or replacement.
  • Assisted journey-level mechanic in the shop by performing visual inspections of equipment to identify items not on the complaint list, which may need repair or replacement; noted items to be discussed with mechanic or leadworker.
  • Assisted journey-level heavy equipment mechanics with the repair, modification, and adjustment of all parts of gasoline, propane, or diesel-powered engines, power trains, electrical systems, and frames of a variety of heavy equipment such as backhoes, rotary snowplows, paving plants, motor graders, heavy and light tractors, loaders, scoops, rollers, generators, and power plants, to receive training and develop skill.
  • Removed and replaced defective parts and equipment according to verbal instructions or written procedures in equipment repair manuals.
  • Assisted mechanics in performing tune-ups, adjusting bearings, installing brakes and axles, replacing or repairing parts on mobile and stationary equipment, and a wide variety of other mechanical tasks in the truck or fabrication shop.
  • Assisted journey-level mechanics with the fabrication and modification of maintenance equipment by operating shop machinery and equipment used for grinding, drilling, cutting, bending, straightening, and forming metal parts; followed sketches prepared by journey or lead mechanic and operated welding equipment.

Education and Professional Training

ASE Medium/Heavy Truck or Master Automotive Technician Certified

Certified by the American Welding Society (AWS)

High School Diploma (1997)




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