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14 Fourteen Street, Town, CA 99999 – Cell: 000.000.0000 –

Professional Summary
Adaptive and detail-oriented heavy equipment operator with over 11 years of operations experience generating a 100% accident-free and clean driving record. A reliable leader with inventory control expertise, high motor skill dexterity and the ability to remain calm under extreme pressure. A time management specialist seeking to leverage background into a train crew or conductor role for a progressive organization.

Core Qualifications
Planning and tracking inventory Logistics Staff training and development Hands-on vehicle repair Inspection and quality control Process improvements

Heavy Equipment Operator 02/2009 to Current Army National Guard St. Louis, MO Employ best heavy equipment operation safety practices with no complaints or incidents. Boost operational efficiencies, ensuring on-time deliveries with zero order errors. Strengthen warehouse efficiencies, multi-tasking on heavy equipment including bulldozers, hydraulic excavators, motorized graders and scrapers to aid with timely project completion. Raise quality control procedures, inspecting material for compliance to eliminate project lags. Save time, spearheading special projects through effective emergency resolution. Develop and validate process improvements while initiating corrective actions for problem resolution. General Manager 09/2007 to Current Hunter Auto Body Inc. St. Louis, MO Sustain safety protocol, ensuring proper, cost-effective and safe handling equipment and material usage with zero lost-time accidents. Reduce project lags, overseeing, maintaining and repairing equipment. Diminish process gaps, training personnel on automotive repair. Deliver productive project management on complex issues relating to customer claim processing with insurance companies. Implement process improvements to improve parts inventory control, repair functionality and material work flow. Drive profits, controlling daily operations including vehicle inspection for pre-delivery defects and developing repair blueprints. Infantry Squad Leader 09/2003 to 09/2007 United States Marine Corps St. Louis, MO Mitigated risk, supporting unit quality assurance for corrective action and process improvement implementation. Decreased project gaps, training personnel on best practices and protocol. Enhanced operational efficiencies and traceability, developing organization systems for records and reports.

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