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CV, Workshop Manager With Mech And Electronic Skills

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 40105
(27/01/1978, male)
List top 5 skills: 
Short Bio:

I have an extensive Mechanical and Electronic Engineering back ground. This experience is primarily in an automotive environment however I also have a great deal of experience on a wide range of mobile equipment and machinery.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

General Management, Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Profile

Highly capable, motivated individual with a long history of mechanical and electronic engineering at a high level. Worked on light and heavy duty vehicles, various auxiliary and ancillary machinery, plant, agricultural and hydraulic equipment purposely built mobile or static machinery, cranes and lifting equipment, various high and low pressure pump units, jetting systems.

Worked to high standards under pressure especially in breakdown situations and displayed quality workmanship. 6 years supervisory and 1 years managerial experience working to specific deadlines over seeing projects, staff and quality control.

Very hard working whether independently or contributing in a team. Completed all GWO training. Siemens level 2 and 3 training aswell as BOSIET, MIST, CCNSG and Rope Access training. Consistent, reliable and trustworthy an asset for any employer.

 

Work Experience

Taxi Driver and Professional Carer
June 2010 to date

Bell Truck and Van Mercedes Benz Truck Dealership
Position: ​Workshop Manager
April 2009 – ­June 2010

(Longbenton and Team Valley Depots)

● Obtaining order numbers from customers for work to be done on vehicles in workshop.

● Produce accurate management information reports for the Service Managers and Directors meeting strict deadlines on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.

● Checking and being aware of productivity and efficiencies of technicians and acting accordingly.

● Making relationships with customers.

● Sole running of the garage and parts department.

● Working with Workshop Supervisors Training and Delegating.

● Delegate work out to Technicians, follow its progress and keeping the customer informed.

● Ensuring all work done on vehicles that have faults under warranty are identified correctly with all relevant diagnostic print outs, paperwork filled in properly.

● Organising vehicles for VOSA (MOT) Testing and Legalities.

● Responsible for all equipment and consumables.

● Working with Technical Specialists around the nation for trouble shooting, fault finding, diagnostics and design of special tools.

 

Position: ​Workshop Supervisor
April 2008 – ­April 2009

● Obtaining order numbers from customers for work to be done on vehicles in workshop.

● Delegate work out to Technicians, follow its progress and keeping the customer informed.

● Ensuring all work done on vehicles that have faults under warranty are identified correctly with all relevant diagnostic print outs, paperwork filled in properly.

● Carrying out trouble shooting, fault finding, and diagnostic work with technical specialists and technicians.

● Repair and maintain Mercedes­Benz trucks & vans.

● Reporting to workshop manager.

● Preparing vehicles for HGV Test.

● Carrying out quality control checks

 

Albany Motors ​Foden and Isuzu Truck Dealership
2000 – ­April 2008

​Palfinger HI­AB Dealership

Position:​Workshop Supervisor

● Same work duties as Mercedes workshop supervisor as well as…..

● 24 hour assistance, breakdown and recovery.

● Repair and maintain HI­AB, cranes, tail lifts and other lifting devices.

● Repair and maintain Cement Mixers, Tippers, Plant and Agricultural vehicles, purposely built mobile and static ancillary, auxiliary engines especially Rolls Royce, Caterpillar and Cummins as well as various types of machinery such as Rotators, Reamers, Excavators, Cutting and Drilling units, ventilation/circulating units, compressors, pressure tanks and vacuum units. Pump units such as Extraction/centrifugal, high and low pressure water, oil and fuel pumps and jetting units.

● Electrical and Electronic repairs.

● Coach building and many aspects of welding.

 

Education & Qualifications

2015­Participated in GWO Sea Survival Refresher course to help out AIS Training.

2015­Certificates awarded at AIS in RUK and GWO­ Manual Handling, First Aid, Fire Awareness.

2015­Certificate awarded at AIS in NVQ Level 1 for Entry into the Energy Sector.

2015­Certificates awarded at AIS in Entry into the Energy Sector and NCFE Level 1 in Employability Skills.

2014­Certificate awarded at South Tyneside College in MIST.

2014­Certificate awarded at South Tyneside College in B.O.S.I.E.T.

2014­Certificate awarded at Maersk in IRATA International Rope Access Level 1.

2013­Certificates awarded at Maersk in Diploma level 2 Staying safe in the wind turbine environment on and off shore. GWO­ Working at Height, Manual Handling, Fire Awareness, First Aid, Sea Survival, Working in Confined Spaces, Electric Awareness. ECITB–CCNSG.

2013­Certificates awarded at Maersk in Siemens C2+3 Technical Safety. Cable A,B,C, Bolt Torque and Tension and Turbine Erection.

2012­Certificates awarded from Edexcel in NVQ Level 2 for Road Passenger Vehicle Driving.

2009­Certificate awarded at MBUK in Maximising Sales Opportunities.

2008­Certificates awarded at MBUK in Road side health and safety and Customer Focus.

2007­Certificates awarded from City and Guilds in Provision and Use of Work Equipment

Regulations (PUWER) Foundations of Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER)

2007­Certificate awarded from City and Guilds in HGV and Heavy Recovery Road Side Health and Safety.

2004­Certificates awarded from City and Guilds in BIIAB Level 2 Door Supervisors in Conflict Management and Roles and Responsibilities

1994 – ­1997­Gateshead Technical College Certificates awarded from City and Guilds in NVQ 1, 2 and 3 in Vehicle Mechanical and

Electronic Systems. Portfolios retained to be shown as an example of expectations to future students.

1994 – ­1998­Apprenticeship with Benfield Motors Nissan

1991 – ­1994­Burnside High School (GCSE, English, Maths, Art ‘C’ grades)