1 North Pole, California, 99999 H:111-222-3333 | C: 444-555-6666 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Highly qualified and experienced general manager offering distinguished career in the automotive industry. Leverage expertise in all phases of vehicle repair and engine machine work with specialized knowledge of engines, including diesel, gasoline and alternative fuels. Solid experience in industrial tractor field, rubbish, aircraft ground support, trucking and bus Industries. Proven leader with significant experience managing service departments with sensitivity to employee relations.
Developed comprehensive processes and procedures, including mechanic training for over 200 shops throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Achieved complete financial turnaround from taking over million-dollar loss to growing and expanding business for Browning Ferris Industries. Redesigned and rebuilt units for the aircraft ground support field with units on every continent in the world. Personally hired and managed over 1,000 employees of all backgrounds throughout career. Created thorough training programs in full compliance with state labor laws. Recognized by Public Utilities Commissioner for achieving lowest operating costs in California for KKW Trucking. Extensive involvement in automotive racing, including Sports Cars, Drag Cars, Bonneville Cars, MiniIndy Cars, Formula Fords, Karts, Nascar and USAC. US patent holder on hydraulic backhoe extension; co-developer of Cyclodyne alternative fuel system.
President and General Manager, 12/1979 12/2013 Premier Truck Services Long Beach, CA Spearheaded complete set-up of company from ground zero, including all departments and accounting system. Established profit generating operation through strategic planning, partnerships, program management and customer service. Developed, implemented and enforced all company policies and procedures. Created fleet preventative maintenance programs and set-up for customers. Oversaw all aspects of daily operations, including training and management of mechanics. Ensured truck vehicles met California bit inspections every 90 days. Consulted customers by visiting facilities and reviewing/maintaining records. Implemented computerized systems and software and maintained up-to-date knowledge of technology.