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


Objective:   Seek the Position of Wheel Shop Supervisor

SUMMARY:   Profoundly gifted, resourceful and result-oriented Wheel Shop Supervisor with huge background supervising, evaluating and participating in the work of crews responsible for repairs to City owned vehicles and equipment; ensuring safe work practices, work quality and accuracy; maintaining appropriate work records which include City vehicle repair and inventory records; and serving as a technical resource for assigned workcrews.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Ten years experience.
  • Deep knowledge of methods and techniques of supervision,    training and motivation.
  • Profound knowledge of operational characteristics of    automotive standard equipment.
  • In-depth knowledge of garage equipment, inventory and tools.
  • Remarkable knowledge of operations and standard operating    procedures of an automotive garage.
  • Remarkable knowledge of principles and practices of    administering a budget.
  • Strong knowledge of modern office equipment including a    computer and applicable software.
  • Profound knowledge of methods and techniques for record    keeping.
  • Exceptional knowledge of proper English, spelling and grammar.
  • Immense knowledge of basic principles of mathematics;    occupational hazards and standard safety practices.
  • Strong ability to plan, organize and direct the work of    subordinate staff.
  • Exceptional ability to select and supervise subordinate staff.
  • Exceptional ability to use automotive equipment and tools.
  • Sound ability to keep records and logs.
  • Remarkable ability to understand and follow written and oral    instructions and directions.
  • Remarkable ability to supervise and direct the operations and    activities of an automotive/equipment repair shop.
  • Excellent ability to make adjustments to standard operating    procedures as is appropriate.
  • Profound ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both    orally and in writing.
  • Exceptional ability to establish and maintain effective working    relationships.

    Professional Experience

    Dept. of Transportation, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
    2002 - Present

    Wheel Shop Supervisor
    • Plan, coordinate, prioritize, monitor and participate in the work of crews responsible for the mechanical repairs to vehicles and equipment; assign work to assigned crews; monitor work activities to ensure safe work practices, work quality and accuracy; ensure compliance to applicable rules, policies and procedures; perform the more difficult and complex mechanical duties of the work unit including engine overhauls, and major mechanical defects.
    • Participate in the development of policies and procedures; recommend programs, projects and work assignments to higher level Public Works department personnel.
    • Respond to questions and inquiries.
    • Develop schedules and methods for performing assigned duties; maintain appropriate work records and documents which include time sheets and work orders; input work orders into computer; prepare statistical and analytical reports on operations as necessary; submit recommendations to the Public Works department budget; monitor budget expenditures.
    • Participate in the selection and training of mechanic shop personnel; assume responsibility for motivating and evaluating assigned personnel; provide necessary training; initiate discipline procedures as is appropriate.
    • Repair mechanical defects in automobiles, trucks, graders, rollers, and other mechanical equipment; tear down motors; overhaul engines, transmissions, clutches, differentials, carburetors, generators and pumps.
    • Order and maintain parts inventory, supplies and equipment; recommend types of vehicles to purchase; schedule and perform inspections, repairs and certifications; check vehicle computer systems.
    • Establish positive working relationships with representatives of community organizations, state/local agencies, City management and staff, and the public.

    Dept. of Transportation, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
    2000 - 2002

    Tire Service Technician
    • Repaired and serviced a variety of wheel assemblies by removing the tires from the vehicle, locating the source of the damage, separating the rim, and repairing the damage.
    • Installed new tires and patches and replaced tires and tubes.
    • Conducted performance tests on tires and maintained accurate documentation of results.
    • Performed physical tire inventories.
    • Coordinated retreading requirements with vendors.
    • Cleaned equipment and work area using cleaning fluid agents and followed safety precautions.
    • Maintained security and accountability for all tools, equipment and materials required in performance of duties.
    • Responded to field service calls at off-site locations.
    • Complied with preventative tire program.

    Dept. of Transportation, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
    1997 - 2000

    Mechanic Apprentice (under supervision)
    • Drove, restocked and maintained lube truck.
    • Hauled fuel oil.
    • Changed oil in engines, gearboxes and transmissions.
    • Assisted in dismantling and assembling equipment using hoist, cranes, etc.
    • Assisted in overhauls and rebuilds of engines, transmissions and differentials.
    • Greased and inspected equipment for deficiencies.
    • Changed filters (oil, fuel, air, hydraulic, transmission).
    • Checked and serviced batteries on heavy equipment.
    • Inspected for mechanical deficiencies such as clutch linkage, motor mounts, tire condition and pressure, gauges and instruments, hydraulic cylinders, pump motors, windshield wipers and washers.
    • Made minor repairs or reports to supervisor.
    • Performed wheel bearing packs on automobiles, trucks and heavy equipment.
    • Inspected tires, repaired flat tires, and mounted and balanced tires on wheels for light vehicles and heavy equipment.
    • Processed requests from the field for replacement tires, and delivered replacement tires.
    • Assisted in repairing air, hydraulic and electrical brake systems.
    • Adjusted brakes on all equipment.
    • Serviced car wash by ordering supplies, restocking and keeping equipment in good working order.
    • Prepared work orders and maintained daily work logs.
    • Maintained a clean work area.

    Education

    High School Diploma (1997)




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