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CV, Service Supervisor,Heavy Plant Fitter or Plant Air Con Engineer

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 7348
(21/05/1975, male)
List top 5 skills: air conitioning, expat experience, service management, technical support
Short Bio:

A dedicated and diligent mechanical technician with extensive business and technical acumen gained thorough successfully undertaking a wide variety of roles. My career to date has provided me with comprehensive knowledge of the industry, allowing me to develop a vast, highly transferable skill set. I am now seeking a new professional challenge and am confident that I will quickly become recognised as an asset within any organisation.

 Experienced mechanical technician with in excess of 15 years experience of working within an engineering environment.
 Strong communication skills to a wide range of business stakeholders.
 Vastly experienced in a wide range of tooling and machinery.
 Certified in the use of chains and lifting equipment.
 Certified HIAB and telehandler operator.
 Excellent team member with high self-motivation skills.
12 months experience in service department management up to date

Current location: 

Sierra Leone - View on map

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

africa



Work History:

July 2011 – Present Hawk International in West Africa

October 2012 – Present

Service Manager

 Responsible for the day to day running and organisation of a busy predominantly Komatsu heavy plant service department

 Scheduling Servicing repairs ordering parts advising on technical information on over 60 heavy plant machines ranging from excavators bulldozers loading shovels and adt’s rollers and rock crushers

 Ensuring all aspects of HR for 8 expat engineers and 7 national to Sierra Leone fitters were completed to requirements.

July 2011 – October 2012

Technical Engineer

Every aspect of this job is very demanding, challenging and enables me to work solely, and as a team member.

 Working with a variety of Komatsu heavy plant equipment involved in mining iron ore on one of the largest iron ore mines in the world.

 Responsible for all the air conditioning systems on the fleet of plant and company’s light vehicles.

 Appointed workshop Safety Officer.

July 2006 – July 2011 – JCB Trasmissions

Transmission Assembler

My role at the JCB transmissions factory in Wrexham was firstly a Skilled Transmissions assembler which entails the assembly of the various transmissions fitted to the wide range of JCB machinery and secondly from time to time I have been called upon by the company to visit other sites in the group and rectify any faults or quality issues there may be on transmission components,that concern the Wrexham transmission division.

Key Achievement:

Involved with the development and final stage production of a totally new transmission set to be installed in the JCB well established fast trac agricultural tractor. Then worked on the production line assembling the new transmission.

Sept 2004 – July 2006: Bridgetown Plant

Heavy Plant Engineer

 Responsible for the day to day inspection, maintenance and repair of coal extraction Caterpillar Komatsu and O&K heavy plant.

 Responsible for the ordering of any supplies needed for the repair and maintenance of the machinery.

 Keeping records of all work undertaken on machinery on site.

Jan 2000 – Sept 2004: Frog Hall Garage Ltd

MOT Inspector

Responsible for running an MOT station which involved dealing with customers,inspecting vehicles and all the necessary paper work and finances involved with the job.

Jan 1998 – Dec 2002: J.P. Vehicle Repairs

Mobile Automotive Engineer

May 1997 – Dec 1998: M & S Services

Apprentice Technician

May 1994 – Apr 1999: Brymar Electrics

Section Leader

Education History:

Sept 1999 – Sept 2002 – Wrexham Training

City and Guilds Level 3 in Fundamental Vehicle Mechanical and Electrical Systems

Sept 1992 – Sept 1994 – Plas Coch

National Diploma in Construction Engineering

First Diploma in Engineering

Sept 1986 – Sept 1991 – The Maelor School

GCSE: 8 A-C Grades including Maths, English and Science