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Motorcycle Dealer CV

Motorcycle Dealer CV

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Published by: Mike Kelley on May 13, 2009
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 ________________________________________________________________________________
 
Ivor Goodone
Address Line 1Address Line 2Tyne and Wear Post CodeTelephone: 0191 123456. Mobile: 07712 123456. Email: 
 
M
OTOR
C
YCLE
D
EALER
/E
NGINEER
/W
ORKSHOPS
S
UPERVISOR
 
Mechanical Engineer - Retail Manager – Electrical Technician – Time Served
 
Experienced in all retail and workshop management routines with excellent mechanical and electrical skills,working to deadlines, safety regulations and Quality Standards most recently within the high pressure retailsector. All experienced in aspects of repair, maintenance and servicing of all types of motorcycles includingJapanese, European and American Models. Now looking to settle and make a continued, significantcontribution in a similar role for a company in Brisbane, Australia.
 ________________________________________________________________________________
A
REAS
 
OF
E
XPERTISE
 
Servicing and repair
Mechanical / Electrical
Retail management
Fault finding / problem solving
Workshops Routines
Supervision
Meeting strict deadlines
Health and Safety / COSHH
Engine rebuilds
Suspension servicing
Customizing bikes
Quality Assurance
P
ROFESSIONAL
E
XPERIENCE
 
AND
S
IGNIFICANT
A
CHIEVEMENTS
 
A
S
 
A
M
OTOR 
C
YCLE
T
ECHNICIAN
 
1981 – Present
W
ORKSHOPS
S
UPERVISOR 
 
1989 – Present
Westward Motor Cycles, Eastgate Street, Liverpool, England 
Possessing an excellent knowledge of motor vehicle technology, analytical skills, able to work quickly andpay attention to detail, able to work without supervision, good communication skills, and able to followwritten instructions, physically fit, normal colour vision, up-to-date with developments, good awarenessof health and safety regulations.
Carrying out service and repair of various motor cycles, MOT testing and conversions.
Using a range of hand and power tools, and electrical testing equipment to carrying out repairs and regularservice checks on engines and components.
Identifying problems with and without using computerized fault diagnosis equipment.
Repairing or replacing defective parts in line with manufacturer’s manuals and guidelines.
Tuning parts, fitting and servicing accessories, such as alarms.
Customizing bikes to owners' specifications and Department of Transport quality standards.
As an Auto Electrician, finding and repairing electrical faults. Installing new electrical/electronic parts andaccessories, such as alarms and immobilizers.
Working and supervising shifts as required, including weekends, as well as an ‘on-call’ system.
Started as an Apprentice Mechanic
at the age of 16. Trained in house at Hunters Motorcycles
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