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

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Objective:   Seek the Position of Motorcycle Repair Shop Supervisor

SUMMARY:   Exceptionally talented, skillful and creative Motorcycle Repair Shop Supervisor with huge experience supervising and coordinating activities of workers engaged in repairing or replacing engine, frame, electrical system, wheels, or other parts of motorcycle.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Ten years experience.
  • Thorough knowledge of methods, materials, tools and standard practices of the automotive mechanic's trade, with particular reference to heavy duty maintenance and equipment.
  • Strong knowledge of the operating and maintenance requirements of heavy duty and mainte­nance equipment.
  • Immense knowledge of fabricating components in building motorcycles.
  • Remarkable knowledge of heavy equipment and automotive repair and maintenance safety principles and practices including the use of air powered equipment, lifts and hoists.
  • Uncommon knowledge of heavy equipment hydraulic systems operation and maintenance.
  • Exceptional knowledge of automotive electrical systems.
  • Profound knowledge of personal computers and software related to equipment maintenance.
  • Exceptional ability to operate mechanical tools for heavy equipment and motorcycle repair.
  • Sound ability to replace heavy equipment and motorcycle engines, electrical systems, hoses and belts and specialty parts.
  • Remarkable ability to inspect heavy equipment and motorcycle for common maintenance problems and monitor fluid levels.
  • In-depth ability to operate air powered wrenches and tire break-down equipment.
  • Exceptional ability to perform engine tune-ups including computerized control systems.
  • Proven ability to read and comprehend heavy equipment and motorcycle maintenance and repair manuals.
Professional Experience

State Police Service, Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Motorcycle Repair Shop Supervisor
  • Supervise and coordinate activities of workers engaged in repairing or replacing engine, frame, electrical system, wheels, or other parts of motorcycle.
  • Analyze defects in motorcycle to determine feasibility of repairing or replacing worn or defective parts.
  • Train workers in repair procedures and techniques.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

State Police Service, Minneapolis
2000 - 2002

Motorcycle Repair Mechanic
  • Repaired a variety of Police-owned motorcycles.
  • Performed necessary repairs including complete overhauls of motorcycle engines, manual and automatic transmissions, differentials, drive lines, universal joints, brake systems including air, electric and hydraulic, cable adjustments and replacements.
  • Performed preventive maintenance repair and modification work on specialized accessories and rescue equipment, including hydraulic systems and emergency lighting systems.
  • Performed gas and arc-welding functions for minor motorcycle operational repairs.
  • Utilized testing equipment including the infra-red smog test equipment, electronic and standard ignition testers, dynamometer and analyzing scopes in trouble shooting maintenance and repair work.
  • Utilized various Mechanic's tools, including maters and measuring devices.
  • Performed minor bodywork on motorcycles.
  • Performed emergency field repairs on all Police-owned motorcycles and equipment.
  • Trained Equipment Mechanic Assistants in the repair and maintenance of mechanized equipment, and signed off on mechanical repairs performed by them.
  • Modified general fleet motorcycles.
  • Repaired flat tires, mounted new tires and replaced wheel bearing.
  • Performed other duties as assigned.

State Police Service, Minneapolis
1997 - 2000

Motorcycle Repair Mechanic Apprentice
(under supervision)
  • Located and adjusted defects in motorcycle equipment.
  • Installed and repaired generators, starters, distributors, magnetos, lights, switches, relays, regulators, electric clocks, flashers, transmission governors, and speedometers.
  • Installed, repaired, and performed preventive maintenance to special devices and heavy duty kits such as high output, slow speed generators, regulators, red lights, spotlights, sirens and miscellaneous interior lights.
  • Diagnosed transmission and differential problems and made decisions regarding necessary repairs.

Education

High School Diploma (1997)




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