Location (Residence): Fleetwood, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Vocational in motor vehicle mechanics Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular) Present Location: England, lancashire Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I feel that my qualifications and experience in the motor trade as a technician/foreman, could easily be adapted to suit your companies needs. For the past 5 and half years my work has mainly consisted of working on diesel engines.
Being a hard working, conscientious person, looking for a new challenge, working off shore is the target I am currently striving to achieve. Having an excellent track record with previous employers if you were to employ me you would discover this and that I am willing to work towards any targets to improve my abilities, to become a more efficient and knowledgeable employee.
I have now completed my Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training (BOSIET) at the nautical college in Fleetwood on the 28th 29th and 30th August 07 at my own expense, I have also completed a first aid course on 15th July 07 in conjunction with a voluntary organisation I am involved with, this included exposure and hypothermia treatment.
Also I am able to take my medical at any time as there is a qualified doctor to do this in my home town.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Nov 2007 – present Motor vehicle technician / MOT tester, Moorland Motors, Blackpool
I am currently working as a technician for a multi franchise dealer working on Vauxhall, Chevrolet and Saab vehicles. I carry out all aspects of servicing and repair work, following manufacturer’s specifications and diagnostic procedures.
Feb 2002 – Oct 2007 Master Technician / MOT tester / workshop foreman. Kingston Mitsubishi. Blackpool
Responsible for 2 members of staff and all workshop related
I am also responsible for the distribution of jobs between the
technicians and ensuring the work is carried out to both a high
standard and is completed within required time limits set by both
the manufacturer and to customer requirements.
As well as the day to day servicing, I am also the troubleshooter for
the workshop. Dealing with customers face to face and discussing
any issues that they may have. In contact via email with head office
for assistance in resolving problematic vehicles.
Required to monitor workshop sundries stocks and re-order where required, and carry out routine maintenance on workshop equipment, and ensure measuring devices are calibrated when required.
Feb 2001 – Feb 2002 Technician / MOT Tester.
Lytham St Annes Saab.
Duties included routine maintenance on customer vehicles including MOT testing.
Ensuring basic health and safety guidelines are followed. Including workshop cleanliness.
May 1996 – Feb 2001 Motor Mechanic/MOT Tester
Gornall’s Garage, Hambleton
General maintenance and repair of customer vehicles including MOT testing.
Duties included answering the phone and booking in work, and handing over vehicles to customers when completed.
Serving petrol on the forecourt when required to do so.
April 1996 – May 1996 Recovery Operator, Specialised Breakdown. Poulton.
Employed to cover the holiday period. Duties included 24 hour
breakdown recovery as well as 9 to 5 recovery operations.
Sept 1995 – April 1996 Admin Assistant, Benefits Agency.
Worked in a busy print shop environment. Booking in jobs on the
computer, producing job cards and ensuring jobs completed in a
Responsible to be first on site in a morning to receive, check and
store deliveries. Monitored shop stock levels and replenished from
April 1993 – March 1995 Print finisher/Warehouse storeman. Benefits Agency
Involved in working print finishing machinery. Basic maintenance
and set up. Also worked in the paper store supplying print machines
with required stocks following instruction from job cards.
July 1991 – Dec 1992 Cycle Mechanic/Petrol Attendant/Shop Assistant. Brimelow’s garage.
General cycle maintenance and building of new cycles. Also
required to serve petrol to customers and assist in sales and stock
within the shop.
July 1988 – June 1991 YTS/Apprentice Motor Mechanic. Dutton Foreshaw Motor Group.
Trained as a vehicle mechanic including day release to college
studying City and Guilds motor vehicle craft studies. Various other
modular training completed
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
EDUCATION: QUALIFICATIONS: TRAINING
1983 - 1988 Millfield High School, Belvedere Road, Thornton, Lancashire
C.D.T. Design & Realisation B
English; Communication G
Oral Communication 4