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946 South Rosa Linda Drive, Pueblo West, CO 81007

Mobile: 719-369-5194


In this resume you will find that I have 8 years of military service and thousands of hours
logged in both the electrical and mechanical skill sets. I am trained in many various levels of
maintenance and service repairs. I have applied myself to gaining knowledge by graduating top of my
class at Redstone College. I studied electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic principals. I am certified to
operate material handling equipment, OSHA 10 and 30 certified, and have a vast knowledge of applying
safety principals with obtaining outstanding results in a timely matter. I continually work to exceed
expectations and demand the best from those around me.

Service Technician III/Inside Sales Rep II- United Rentals (November 2014-May 2016)
 Perform maintenance and repairs of equipment in a safe and professional manner with
independent judgment.
 Maintain and repair complex mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and diesel systems on a
variety of rental and customer equipment and tools.
 Responsible for service documentation, the training of lower level technicians as
needed, demonstration of equipment for customer use, and occasional travel to
customer sites.
 Fill the role of shop foreman on numerous occasions with a great deal of success.
 Process rental quotes, reservations, and contracts in compliance with the company
 Performs all parts ordering, and receiving for the company.
 Identify and qualify an equipment request to ensure it will suite the customer's
 Negotiate prices on equipment rentals in accordance with pricing policies and
 Coordinate with all inside and outside branch staff to ensure customer satisfaction.
 Identify leads for new business and communicate to the appropriate field personnel

Service Technician- 4 Rivers Equipment (February 2014-November 2014)

 Pre-deliver, inspect, maintain, diagnose, and repair agricultural equipment
 Order parts and prepare repair estimates
 Responsible for inspecting, diagnosing, and repairing a wide variety of equipment,
ranging from lawn and garden equipment to agricultural equipment.
 Performed diagnosis and repairs on Stihl Power Equipment.
 Performed on site service work for the customer, and scheduled pickup and deliveries of
equipment as needed.
MWD Field Specialist- Schlumberger (May 2013-October 2013)
 Provide Depth Inclination and Azimuth measurements for directional driller while
drilling the well.
 Managed well site survey equipment and prepared reports.
 Assisted the Directional Driller in the drilling of the customer’s oil well to its engineered
 Generated daily and Final Well reports on service performance.
 Interpreted down hole data and conferred with directional drillers and geologists.

Senior Mechanic –U.S. Army (October 2009 – March 2012)

 Responsible for the scheduled and un-scheduled maintenance of 30 wheeled vehicles,
15 generators, and 6 laundry advanced systems (LADS).
 Accountable for servicing, repairing, maintaining, and troubleshooting all power
generation equipment.
 Performed preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, and service on a variety of
diesel powered vehicles, and pumping systems.
 Responsible for ordering and receiving service and replacement parts, coordinating
inspections and maintaining all equipment to standard.
 Great organizational skills and leadership abilities. Observed and followed all safety
rules and procedures, including wearing required personal safety equipment and
respect for Military order resulting in 0 safety incidents under my supervision.
 Maintained a successful bench stock to accommodate a vigorous service schedule.

Quality Assurance/ Quality Control Officer –U.S. Army (May 2007 – October 2009)
 Responsible for inspections of all jobs completed in the Environmental Control Systems
Repair Section.
 Supervised three employees, ensuring they were able to maintain and repair
Environmental Control Systems equipment.
 Ensured safety procedures were practiced according to FM 10-67-1 standards.
 Enforced the standard operating procedures for safety and maintenance operations.
 Technically competent on the operations and maintenance of material handling
equipment (MHE), and the fabrication of hydraulic hoses for high pressure applications.
 Led numerous patrols in the Afghanistan theatre of operation while assigned as team
leader of the Quick Reaction Force. My leadership helped ensure the safety of soldiers
and civilians while overcoming numerous language and cultural barriers with the local

Service Maintenance Supervisor –U.S. Army (March 2006 – May 2007)

 Monitored employees’ work levels and reviewed work performance.
 Monitored tools, part inventories, and the condition and maintenance of the shops to
ensure adequate working conditions.
 Examined vehicles, systems, and facilities to determine needed installations, services, or
 Helped develop, implement, and evaluate maintenance policies and procedures.
Heavy Mobile Equipment Repairer –U.S. Army (January 2004 – March 2006)
 Developed knowledge of machines and tools, including their uses, repair, and
 Repaired machines and systems using the needed tools, identified complex problems
and implemented solutions.
 Read and understood operating manuals, blueprints, and technical drawings.
 As the equipment and supplies technician I kept accountability of over 2 million dollars
of tools and equipment with 100% success rate.
 Company TMDE (Test measure, and Diagnostics Equipment) representative.


Pueblo Community College (Current)
Pueblo, CO

A. O. S. Wind Energy Technology (Top Graduate)

Redstone College- May 2013
Denver, CO

Pikes Peak Community College

Colorado Springs, CO
6 Semester College Coursework Hours Completed - 7/2011


 Conduit Bending
 Industrial forklift Certified
 Aerial Boom-lift Certified
 Management Leadership Course (Honor Graduate) - 18 Oct 2007
 Hazmat Certification (80Hrs) - 25 August 2006
 EPA Universal Certification June 2009
 First Aid, CPR, Adult AED Certified
 OSHA 10 Certified September 6, 2012
 OSHA 30 certification
 ASE 609 Certified in HVAC
 Foundations of Electronics
 Fall protection, wind energy competent rescuer 16-hour course (DBI SALA)
 D/C and A/C electronics theory of operation
 IEC and NEMA schematic symbols and technical drawing training
 Advanced electrical components maintenance and operation training
 Advanced Composites training
 Digital Electronics
 Lockout and Tagout procedures
 Stihl Power Equipment (Bronze and Silver Certified Technician)
 HyTorc Certification
 Proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel Spreadsheet 2010