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Andrew Smith

Professional Summary

I’m a highly motivated self starter who enjoys problem solving and architecting modular systems. I think that it’s worth the extra time to write cleaner and more maintainable code than to throw something together and have to deal with it later. I’m also a big proponent of modularity and reusability anywhere possible and functional programming.

Employment history

Developer Intern, Bayer Group. Port Beata, Hawaii
Jul. 2019 –
My first professional experience working as a developer. Introduced to many new developer tools and learned a lot about the work flow in an agency environment.

Apprentice Mechanic, Ebert, Schiller and Johnston. Kleinville, Louisiana
Mostly shadowed the senior mechanics learning best practices and getting hands on with some smaller repairs. Went from knowing nothing about cars to being able to change my own oil, spark plugs and headlights, as well as being able to troubleshoot a lot of minor issues.

Residential Electrician, Lang Group. Torpberg, California
Jul. 2017 –
Learned a lot about electricity in general, including things like some analog logic, safety standards and best practices, and working closely inside a team / division of labor. 

WordPress Developer, Collier Inc. Brandonfurt, Wyoming
Sep. 2019 – Oct. 2019
Became responsible for git repo updates and security updates on all current client sites.  Worked mostly with AWS Lightsail, using SSH, FTP and connecting to MYSQL databases to create local 1:1 copies of sites to test updates and ensure nothing breaks.

Residential Electrician, Fritsch LLC. Boscochester, Oregon
Aug. 2018 – Sep. 2018
Came here to raise my seniority and make higher pay in a newer company.

Education

The Alaska University, South Rudy, North Carolina
High School Diploma, CAD, Welding, Art, Dec. 2009

Personal info


Phone:

(000) 000-0000

Address:

287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000

Skills

AWS Lightsail








WordPress








PHP








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apprentice mechanic

  • Work collaboratively as a team to ensure the job gets done. 
  • Assess and evaluate problems, and work diligently to fix them.
  • Understand and practice Work Health and Saftey standards.
  • Work alongside customers to achieve a result that they desire.
  • utilize equipment supplied by the employer to keep record of all stock used.

apprentice mechanic

  • Service vehicles
  • Clean workshop
  • Changing car/suv tyres
  • Repair, or adjust vehicle brake systems.
  • Inspect and test vehicles for damage and record findings so that necessary repairs can be fitted

apprentice mechanic

  • Remove and replace engines.
  • Stripping of engines from 2005 – 2008.
  • Rebuilding of engines from 2009 onwards.
  • Minor Services on any make of vehicle.
  • Remove and replace brakes on any make of vehicle.
  • Engine Fitting.
  • Keep work areas clean and tidy.

apprentice mechanic

  • Test drive, inspect and assess vehicles for necessary repairs to be made.
  • Carry out minor and major servicing.
  • Repair, overhaul and adjust automotive brake systems.
  • Repair and replace defective ball joints, suspensions bushes and wheel bearings.
  • Rebuild, repair, and test automotive fuel injection units.
  • Repair and rebuild clutch systems.

apprentice mechanic

  • Repair or replacement of faulty components.
  • Troubleshooting faults in a vehicle using electronic testing equipment.
  • Inspect new vehicles for damage and proper operation before delivery.
  • Repair small engine machines.

apprentice mechanic

  • Work with experienced mechanics to learn about the maintenance and repair of Mercedes-Benz vehicles
  • Complete 3 year TAFE course in light vehicle mechanics
  • Taking orders and dealing with customers.
  • Detailing cars and the workshop.

apprentice mechanic

  • Basic servicing of vehicles
  • Attend tafe each week for further knowledge
  • Basic diagnostic work
  • Basic mechanical work on cars and trucks.

apprentice mechanic

  • Examine vehicles, compile estimates of repair costs, and secure customers’ approval to perform repairs with help of someone.
  • Test electronic computer components in automobiles to ensure proper operation (ECU).
  • I Was 6 Month On Engine Another On Paid Service And Running Repaires
  • Raise trucks, light vehicles, and heavy parts or equipment using hydraulic jacks or hoists.

apprentice mechanic

  • Diesel mechanic apprentice.
  • Worked both on site doing fifo at telfer, KCGM and BHP Mt Whaleback and in perth branches.
  • Participated in courses including dogging and rigging, forklift driving, working at heights and all westrac institute courses for westrac apprentices.
  • Working in Parts.

apprentice mechanic/qualified mechanic

  • Logbook Servicing on various models & makes of vehicles
  • Diagnostic analysis on vehicles systems
  • Repairs to multiple vehicles systems including – cooling system repairs , engine component repairs , steering system repairs , brake system repairs and multiple drive line system repairs
  • 4WD repairs and upgrades including – suspension kit upgrades, exhaust system upgrades, brake system upgrades, wheel bearing and swivel hub repairs and 4WD Performance upgrades 

apprentice mechanic

  • Tune and maintain ….22 x HI ace diesel vans and 10 Asus NKR and 5 Toyota Dyna trucks and engines to ensure proper and efficient functioning.
  • Assist qualified mechanic with all mechanical duties, including but not limited to full services.
  • Remove and change all belts ( water pump, timing belts) and alternators unsupervised
  • Repair, overhaul, or adjust vans full brake systems unsupervised.
  • Repair drum brakes and disc brakes.
  • Repair or replace hubs,wheel bearings, rotors, change wheels
  • When head mechanic left I worked unassisted totally on my own on all the above vehicles to keep them maintained, repaired and serviced.

apprentice mechanic/ mechanic

  • Test electronic computer components
  • Align wheels, axles, frames, torsion bars, and steering mechanisms, using special alignment equipment and wheel-balancing machines. to ensure proper operation.
  • Repair, replace, or adjust defective fuel injectors, carburetor parts, and Fuel filters.
  • experience with timing belt jobs

apprentice mechanic

  • Changing tires
  • Doing Oil Changes
  • Motor Swaps
  • Preparing Vehicles for Salvage Inspections

apprentice mechanic

  •  Suspension work e.g replacing shock absorbers, control arms & bushings, tie rod ends and sway bar & sway links. 
  • Conduct routine and scheduled maintenance services 
  • Troubleshoot fuel, ignition, and emissions control systems
  • Repair, overhaul, and adjust brake systems.
  • Repair or replace driveshafts, cv boots,tailshafts and wheel bearings.
  • Test electronic computer components and use of diagnostic machines
  • Replace clutch systems or gearbox/transmissions

apprentice mechanic

  • Repair, overhaul, or adjust brake systems.
  • Test electronic computer components to ensure proper operation.
  • Rebuild, repair, or test diesel/fuel injection units.
  • Align wheels, axles, frames, torsion bars, and steering mechanisms, using special alignment equipment and wheel-balancing machines.
  • Tune engines to ensure proper and efficient functioning.

apprentice mechanic

  •  Servicing interval repairs/renews
  • Brake system inspections and repairs
  •  Wheel balancing and tyre fitting 
  • Safety inspections on vehicles
  • Multiple repairs to various motor vehicle systems
  • Cleaning of the workshop and keeping workshop equipment in working order.