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Top 50 Lead Mechanic Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Lead Mechanic. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Lead Mechanic resumes they appeared on. For example, 23.3% of Lead Mechanic resumes contained Preventative Maintenance as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Lead Mechanic actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Lead Mechanic:

1. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed mechanical equipment installation, electrical troubleshooting, and preventative maintenance operations on large-scale process equipment.
  • Designed and maintained a preventative maintenance program including an auditing process and technician evaluation.
  • Perform inspections, preventative maintenance and troubleshooting of vehicles, equipment and facility.
  • Coordinated regular mechanical trade service calls and preventative maintenance procedures.
  • Performed preventative maintenance to keep fleet running safely.
  • Maintained preventative maintenance program, overseen fabrication projects.
  • Set up inventory schedules and preventative maintenance schedules.
  • Perform basic preventative maintenance on all equipment.
  • Prepared and administered preventative maintenance work orders.
  • Provide preventative maintenance on assigned equipment.
  • Assemble products, preventative maintenance, quality control, acting lead in leads absence, train employees on machines.
  • Perform maintenance on semi-trucks and trailers, rebuilds, breakdowns, order parts and schedule preventative maintenance and repairs.
  • Maintain and repair building structure, repair plumbing, and complete all monthly preventative maintenance.
  • Inspected and ensured preventative maintenance was done, as well as completed work orders.
  • Coached and trained technicians in all aspects of job duties and preventative maintenance.
  • Lead mechanic overseeing preventative maintenance in a fleet of vehicles and machinery.
  • Planned and scheduled preventative maintenance on all shovels and drills.
  • Conduct preventative maintenance such as oil and filter changes.
  • Oil changes tire rotations all preventative maintenance repairs.
  • Schedule inspections and preventative maintenance of aircraft fleet.

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2. Company Vehicle

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Here's how Company Vehicle is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Serviced and repaired company vehicles including diesel trucks.
  • Maintained and repaired company vehicles.
  • Perform routine maintenance on company vehicles and equipment, such as single man aerial platforms, scissor lift, forklift.
  • Repair and maintenance of all shop and yard equipment (loaders, rollbacks, forklifts) and company vehicles.
  • Company vehicle and ground support equipment maintenance, Compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations.
  • Order parts, keep inventory of all company vehicles, and equipment.
  • Repair and maintain fleet trucks, company vehicles and equipment.
  • Obtained company vehicle with tools for immediate response.
  • Used and maintained a company vehicle.
  • Field diagnose and repair of all company Vehicles, Heavy Equipment, (i.e.
  • Worked on company vehicles Responsible for fixing company vehicles and sending them back out
  • Inspected and repaired company vehicles in a timely manner.
  • General repair of company vehicles (i.e.

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3. Safety Meetings

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Here's how Safety Meetings is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Enforced equipment operator safety and facilitated mandatory safety meetings on a scheduled basis.
  • Attended monthly safety meetings to ensure machine operation safety.
  • Conduct safety meetings and interact with team on safety issues and concerns on present and past job task.
  • Conduct safety meetings and implement safe work practices in the shop and underground.
  • Conducted Safety meetings, and monitored the Safety of the branch.
  • Support and promote safety meetings and consultation for the facility.
  • Meet and greet with vendors, attend driver safety meetings.
  • Supervised crews up to 20 men and attended safety meetings.
  • Conduct safety meetings, staff meetings, and service training.
  • Performed safety meetings and assigned duties to mechanics.
  • Lead monthly safety meetings to ensure plant safety.
  • Conduct daily safety meetings with shift personnel.
  • Prioritized jobs, conducted safety meetings.
  • Conducted safety meetings and audits.
  • Handled morning safety meetings Pipe Fitting, Poly pipe fusion, Fiber spar piping installation.
  • Work closely with vendors Track and manage inventory of materials Attend required safety meetings or trainings
  • Attend weekly production and safety meetings to insure positive and safe movement of job.

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4. Diesel Engines

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Here's how Diesel Engines is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintained hydraulic air systems, diesel engines, air revitalization equipment, CO2 scrubbers, dehydrators and high pressure oxygen.
  • Lead mechanic where I worked with heavy equipment final drives, hydraulic rams, and diesel engines.
  • Rebuild diesel engines, hydraulic pumps, motors electrical system harness building, diagnosing and repairing.
  • Converted vehicle fuel systems from gasoline to propane gas operations also repaired and serviced diesel engines.
  • Performed maintenance repair on pumps, tractor trailer units, diesel engines and suspension systems.
  • Repair or replace diesel engines, transmissions, gear boxes, and rear ends.
  • Maintain and overhaul cranes go pumps diesel engines and light duty equipment
  • Direct repair on gasoline and diesel engines and related accessories.
  • Repaired and maintained gas and diesel engines.
  • Lead mechanic - gas and diesel engines.
  • Performed repairs to hydralic systems, electrical systems and diesel engines.
  • major and minor repairs on diesel engines.

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5. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed troubleshooting on mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems and complex packaging machinery.
  • Serviced automotive electrical systems including wiring harness, and starting and charging systems.
  • Performed troubleshooting on electrical systems.
  • Install, maintain, trouble shoot, and repair air conditioning and heating systems, refrigeration systems, and electrical systems.
  • Inspected and maintained electrical systems that include wiring, electrical connections, and the repair and/or replacement of instruments.
  • Install, terminate, troubleshoot low voltage control systems for HVAC energy management, commercial electrical systems i.e.
  • Repaired heavy duty air brakes & components, air conditioning, heating, engine-cooling and electrical systems.
  • Diagnose and repair/replace engines, transmissions, differentials, steering boxes, fuel system and electrical systems.
  • Design and manufacture and install safety systems, electrical systems, and operating systems.
  • Operated and maintained baggage sorting equipment, conveyors, and associated electrical systems.
  • Repair and service air conditioning, heating, engine-cooling, and electrical systems.
  • Experience in electrical systems, hydraulic and pneumatic presses, welding and machining
  • Serviced Air conditioning, heating, engine cooling and electrical systems.
  • Work with electrical systems from 120v to 480v.
  • Repair, rewire, and troubleshoot electrical systems.
  • Repair or rewire aircraft electrical systems as needed.
  • Replace all electrical systems on trailer.
  • tune ups, ac repair, braking systems, electrical systems repair.
  • Trouble shoot and corrected hydraulic,pneumatic and electrical systems.
  • Train mechanics in repairs, Skills Used Extensive knowledge in mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical systems.

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6. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Fulfilled additional responsibilities as Safety Program Administrator, Heavy Equipment Operator, and Duty Driver.
  • Preformed preventive maintenance on heavy equipment.
  • Supervised 12 heavy equipment mechanics.
  • Work was performed through the application of a body of knowledge and specific certifications that denote expertise in heavy equipment maintenance.
  • Performed a variety of activities designed to service, repair and maintain pieces of heavy equipment.
  • Maintained, trouble shoot / repaired and overhauled tractors, trailers, and heavy equipment.
  • Repaired and provided maintenance to heavy equipment such as Aerial lifts, backhoes, etc.
  • Provided inspection and repair of motors, transmissions, shop equipment and heavy equipment.
  • Supervised three heavy equipment mechanics in day to day operations, including sales.
  • Supervised and scheduled maintenance and repairs on all heavy equipment at multiple locations.
  • Major rebuilds; engines, power trains, and undercarriages of heavy equipment.
  • Maintained heavy equipment (MHE) including cranes, forklifts, etc.
  • Operate and inspect machines or heavy equipment to diagnose defects.
  • Maintain and repair heavy equipment and fleet trucks.
  • Trained for working on all military heavy equipment.
  • Repaired and maintained garbage trucks and heavy equipment Managed and trained other mechanics
  • Ensured all heavy equipment was repaired and maintained to companies standards and expectations.
  • Repaired all heavy equipment and road equipment Ran mechanic shop
  • Possess above average mechanical and problem solving skills.Over 30 years experience maintaining and repairing commercial trucks and heavy equipment.
  • Repair vacuum trucks,winch trucks and haul trucks * Repair heavy equipment and construction

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7. Air Compressors

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Here's how Air Compressors is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Repair and maintain all drills, pumps, and air compressors.
  • Dried car surfaces using air compressors and cloths.
  • Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors.
  • Operated pneumatic tools and air compressors Communicate with customers regarding vehicle issues and potential repairs.
  • Air compressors ranging from 150HP to 300HP Ingersoll-Rand &Quincy.
  • maintain& repaired generators, air compressors & smal engine equipment at all hubs.

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8. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Provided for customer service; developed innovation approaches to ensure logistics (maintenance/supply) for customers receiving field maintenance support.
  • Generate sales leads and establish/maintain client relationships while providing excellent customer service.
  • Exceeded customers' expectations in customer service and bicycle mechanics
  • Provide exceptional customer service, perform PM work, assist in warranty work planning and following through to completion.
  • Manage day-to-day schedules and operations of the shop, maintaining strong focus on quality workmanship and customer service.
  • Oversee day-to-day operations, customer service, delegate work responsibilities to 3 technicians, and maintain client accounts.
  • Contributed to repeat and referral business by using strong customer service and problem solving skills.
  • Staff training; customer service; billing; scheduling, and warranty work.
  • Provided exceptional customer service to those clients whose cars had been towed/impounded.
  • Complete customer service, including all repairs, and shop maintenance.
  • Maintained a 95% customer service satisfaction rating.
  • Contributed to customer service and problem solving skills.
  • Provide top of the line customer service.
  • Handled customer service issues and satisfaction surveys.
  • Assisted Customer Service with service scheduling.
  • Provide first class customer service.
  • Lead mechanic Worked front office customer service
  • Work closely with customers of aircraft in a customer service roll during the maintenance process to ensure all customer expatiations are met
  • Transported customers to and from the Shop for the customer service program.
  • Provided customer service and repair estimates Schedule work priorities Purchased parts and shop supplies

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9. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Blue Line -5 years HVAC Foreman - Maintain Red Line heat and A/C systems on 220 rapid transit vehicles.
  • Provide technical support for facilities project work including upgrades and new installations of HVAC equipment.
  • Monitored HVAC equipment by utilizing tracer summit system on a laptop computer.
  • Ordered material, plumbing fixtures and plumbing/HVAC units specified for the job.
  • Installed HVAC for predominantly new construction, change-outs, and gas piping.
  • Performed and maintenance to HVAC systems (spiral freezers and coolers).
  • Maintain and monitor repair and PM supplies such as HVAC filters.
  • Designed and repaired HVAC, water systems, refrigeration systems and boilers
  • Design of HVAC new phase build out just recently completed.
  • Head of Electrical, Mechanical, and HVAC Maintenance department.
  • Installed commercial and residential HVAC equipment and systems.
  • Maintain HVAC systems and other assigned equipment.
  • General knowledge of HVAC low voltage systems Proficient understanding in all HVAC functional design and installation of ductwork systems.
  • Service and maintain Hvac equipment of all types for chain stores, medical offices and residential customers.
  • Control wiring and start up on Hvac units.
  • Installed commercial HVAC systems Supervised a small crew
  • Service plumbing fixtures and hvac system.
  • Carry out driving belt alignment on cooling towers fan , HVAC blower & tetryenthlyn injection pump.
  • managed the installation of residential and commercial HVAC equipment..including organizing inspections and time sensitive accomplishments..
  • Charleston, SC Installation of Duct work and equipment Service HVAC equipment Preventive Maintenance of systems

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10. Hydraulic Systems

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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Used extensive understanding of hydraulic systems for repair needs and operated heavy machinery.
  • Install, connect and adjust fuel/electrical/hydraulic systems.
  • Repair hydraulic systems on industrial equipment.
  • Perform diagnostic on hydraulic systems, rebuild hydraulic boom cylinders, remove and repair hydraulic hoses and valves.
  • Removed, repaired, and installed electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems on field artillery armament devices.
  • Designed and installed pneumatic, electric, and hydraulic systems on specialty big rig trailers.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, electrical systems, diesel equipment, HVAC.
  • Repair, install, troubleshoot electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic systems.
  • Diagnosed, troubleshoot, and repaired crane hydraulic systems and natural gas compressors.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems and gas equipment.
  • Performed brake jobs on air and hydraulic systems.
  • Trouble shot and repaired hydraulic systems.
  • Replaced drive and hydraulic systems.
  • Service and repair hydraulic systems.
  • Performed operational checks on hydraulic systems and subsystems.
  • Rebuild, repair & service of Duetz diesel Curb Machines including overhaul of hydraulic systems and electronics repair.
  • Reference parts and repair manuals, Use test equipment, Repair hydraulic systems, electrical troubleshooting and repair.
  • Lead Mechanic/Supervisor: Repaired and Maintained Gasoline and Diesel Engines, Transmissions, Hydraulic Systems, Outboard engines.
  • Conducted maintenance on electrical, hydraulic systems, electronic, mechanical major components and accessories
  • Supervised six mechanics performing routine inspections on airframes, engines, and hydraulic systems.

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11. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Adjust functional parts of devices or control instruments, using hand tools, levels, plumb bobs, or straightedges.
  • File, grind, sand and smooth filled or repaired surfaces, using power tools and hand tools.
  • Operated ground support equipment and used hand tools, special tools and fixtures applicable to the assigned vehicle.
  • Adjusted, aligned, and calibrated aircraft systems, using hand tools, gauges, and test equipment.
  • Assemble and install electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and structural components and accessories, using hand tools.
  • Repair or replace defective equipment parts, using hand tools and power tools, and reassemble equipment.
  • Operated shop equipment including cranes, welders, presses, grinders and heavy hand tools.
  • Experienced in lock out, tag out, forklifts and most power hand tools.
  • Operated typical shop equipment (hoists, jacks, hand tools, etc.)
  • Operated hand tools, drill presses, riveting machines and much more.
  • Operated hand tools to adjust functional parts of devices and control instruments.
  • Used hand tools, power tools, and associated test equipment.
  • Assemble components using hand tools and mechanized tools.
  • Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts.
  • Used hand tools to change worn cutting tools.
  • Used hand tools and precision measuring instruments.
  • Used hand tools to mount, install, and secure tools.
  • Repair and maintain all fleet tank and trailers using hand tools, precision measuring instruments and pneumatics tools.
  • Replaced and repaired worn, defective and damaged components, using hand tools, gauges and testing equipment.
  • Used hand tools, power tools and electrical and electronic testing devices.

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12. Diagnosis

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Here's how Diagnosis is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Supervised mechanics in the diagnosis and repair of technical difficulties, installation and in mechanical failures of military equipment.
  • Minimized downtime through preventive maintenance and prompt diagnosis and repair of machinery.
  • Lead and perform the inspection and diagnosis of mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic defects and problems on machinery then recommend solutions.
  • Preform a wide range of diagnosis, repair and specialty work on all outboard and inboard marine engines.
  • Directed diagnosis of all electronic issues, engine mechanical issues, brake repair, and fuel management.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in all aspects of the repair, troubleshooting and diagnosis of modern tour buses.
  • Provided technical expertise in diagnosis of engine problems, guidance to mechanics in complete engine overhauls.
  • Performed all preventative maintenance, brake replacement and repair, and air brake diagnosis and repair.
  • Assisted technician in performing technical activities like: diagnosis, and other service areas.
  • Operated vehicles and heavy equipment to aid in the diagnosis and repair process.
  • Repaired (PLC) Programmable logic controls, System Failure Diagnosis and Repair.
  • Performed all diagnosis, troubleshoot and repair of all electrical and mechanical issues.
  • Carry out metal and welding; perform diagnosis and repairs on park rides.
  • Assist associates in complicated repairs and advise them in difficult vehicle diagnosis.
  • Rebuild hydraulic cylinders and minor valve body after proper diagnosis.
  • Complete engine troubleshooting and diagnosis from start to finish.
  • Perform diagnosis and repairs on fleet vehicles.
  • Complete diagnosis of vehicle problems.
  • Trained and certified in BCM & Computer systems, engines and engine repair, Auto/ standard transmissions diagnosis and repair.
  • Performed drivability inspections and diagnosis on 90% of cars.

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13. Aircraft Parts

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Here's how Aircraft Parts is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Coordinate movement of aircraft parts, tooling and ExpressJet maintenance personnel to an out of service aircraft at a non-maintenance station.
  • Researched, ordered, received aircraft parts and performed in-progress and follow-up inspections during and upon completion of aircraft maintenance.
  • Serviced, maintained, repaired, replaced and assembled aircraft parts.
  • Performed overhaul of aircraft parts in back shops.
  • Skilled in handling of sheetmetal to fabricate various types of aluminum, titanium and steel aircraft parts.

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14. Order Parts

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Here's how Order Parts is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Order parts needed to complete repair jobs and work orders to ensure the military personnel are using vehicles that are safe.
  • Order parts, supplies, and equipment from catalogs and suppliers, or obtain them from storerooms.
  • Order parts, enter invoices, take payments, and supervise the other employees.
  • Plan, coordinate, troubleshoot, order parts and repair all mining equipment.
  • Order parts necessary to complete the work being done to customers vehicles.
  • Distribute work orders to mechanics, order parts when not in stock.
  • Order parts, supplies and maintain work hours within estimates.
  • Order parts for rebuilds and schedule repairs and rebuilds.
  • Order parts and keep records and inventory.
  • Order parts and coordinate vendor repairs.
  • Manage inventory and order parts.
  • Order parts for field and shop.
  • Order parts/tires Open and close store, run day to day activities, end of day reports and daily deposits.
  • Make inspection reports for all work done to each unit, order parts for both trctor and trailers.
  • Find out whats a matter with the vehicle and order parts and install them
  • Order parts from OEM or other venders.
  • Create quarries to generate PMs for plant equipment maintenance * Order parts and create blanket POs/work orders for ongoing maintenance.
  • Perform routine and anticipatory maintenance and repair of vehicles and equipment Clean and maintain vehicles Order parts for vehicles
  • fix various automotive issues , deal with customers , order parts and supervise help
  • Order Parts Direct Mechanics Line up PM's for Mechanics Service and Repair Equipment

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Here's how Osha is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Managed HSE, OSHA, scheduling, record keeping, parts, inspection, and mechanical leadership.
  • Monitor accuracy of service logs, and record keeping in relation to programming needs and OSHA standards.
  • Assist in training of staff for construction safety guidelines as mandated by construction OSHA 10 Hr.
  • Preformed daily site safety inspections and insured all site and OSHA regulations were in compliance.
  • Involved in KRSMP safety team to meet annual safety compliance inspection from corporate and OSHA.
  • Ensured compliance with Fire/Life safety, HazMat, ADA, and OSHA regulations.
  • Conduct weekly fire pump tests as a means of fulfilling OSHA mandates.
  • Inspect the work area and ensure it maintains company and OSHA standards.
  • Learned to follow and obey FAA, TSA, and OSHA regulations.
  • Cleaned and maintained the warehouse in compliance with OSHA safety standards.
  • Make sure all chemicals are stored according to OSHA standards.
  • Keep branches and shop compliant with OSHA and EPA requirements.
  • Maintain and manage Hazardous waste according to OSHA regulation.
  • Enforced all government and OSHA safety policies and procedures.
  • Comply with all Plant Safety, GMP, ISO, OSHA procedures, and other programs.
  • Meet and exceed all OSHA and ATF standards.
  • Ensured all OSHA and FDA guidelines were followed and products were accepted by the quality control department.
  • Provide technical guidance to subordinate personnel concerning Environmental Hazard Safety Rules and Regulations (OSHA).
  • Comply with all safety, bioenvironmental, security, general housekeeping, AFOSH and OSHA standards.
  • Ensured Safety training was conducted; ensured Facility complied with OSHA, EPA, DEQ regulations.

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Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Designed, fabricated, and installed modifications to plant's mechanical equipment to increase productivity and ensure safety.
  • Field Supervisor supporting the installations of mechanical equipment and piping in Combined-Cycle power plant construction.
  • Maintained records, prepares reports and other specialized maintenance records of equipment and mechanical equipment.
  • Managed engineering for mechanical equipment for landing gear and sub-system design development.
  • Improved the reliability and performance of complex mechanical equipment.
  • Carried out and evaluated preventive maintenance schedules for all vehicles and mechanical equipment, either personally, or through outside vendors.
  • Perform a wide variety of skilled mechanic duties to install, troubleshoot, repair and modify mechanical equipment and facilities.
  • Prepare Field Material Requisitions and coordinate deliveries of piping, hangers, and mechanical equipment to accommodate schedules.
  • Collaborate with outside contractors in efforts to isolate, repair, and replace plumbing and mechanical equipment.
  • Inspected, repaired, and maintained automotive and mechanical equipment and machinery such as pumps and compressors.
  • Lead special projects for Utility Stems Repairer-Operator and the repair of HVAC/ Mechanical equipment assembly and installation.
  • Oversee and evaluated status of mechanical equipment and vehicles, and performs or schedules needed repairs.
  • Maintain, repair and overhaul a variety of mechanical equipment.
  • Overhaul and tested engines and mechanical equipment to ensure they operating efficiency.
  • Repair and maintain machinery and mechanical equipment such as motors, pneumatic tools, conveyor systems, production machines and equipment.

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17. Oil Changes

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Here's how Oil Changes is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Replaced and repair engine parts, drive shafts, brake systems, oil changes, transmissions, and other exterior parts.
  • Scheduled and performed preventive maintenance services including oil changes, greasing and inspections for a fleet of 50+ tractor trucks.
  • Repair work varied day to day from minor work such as oil changes and brakes to full component rebuilds.
  • Focus on brake work, diagnosis and repair of electrical issues, and basic maintenance such as oil changes.
  • Perform lubrication, oil changes, battery maintenance, tire changes, and repairs/servicing of equipment.
  • Repaired brakes, performed tune-ups, oil changes and safety inspections.
  • Composed of oil changes and safety inspections on DOT trucks.
  • Perform preventive maintenance on Frick refrigeration machines, oil changes, and leak checks and automation installation with programming.
  • Repaired 4-wheelers, rebuilt engines, oil changes, changed sprockets, replacedelectrical wiring, installed replacement parts.
  • Service and oil changes, Trouble shoot electrical, tire work, repair upholstery and windshileds.
  • Front end alignments, tire replacement, oil changes, Battery and electical system checks.
  • Perform routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications and tune ups.
  • Conducted routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications and tune-ups.
  • oil changes brakes/rotors/calipers shocks/struts lift kits/ leveling kits tune ups vehicle diagnostic flat repairs
  • performed maintenance and oil changes on machines
  • Preform State and Emissions Inspections Oil changes
  • Oil Changes Tune-Ups Rebuilt Motors & Engines
  • Diagnose and Fix Issues with vehicles Change Tires Oil Changes Aligniments
  • Ordered supplies Detailed interior and exterior Oil changes Tune ups PM service General vehicle maintenance
  • Trouble shooting, r&r lights , wipers , seats , oil changes-eng and trans .

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Here's how FAA is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Identified aircraft avionics requirements and scheduled repairs as required by FAA and company directives.
  • Troubleshooted electrical and mechanical defects per proper manuals and FAA regulations.
  • Performed maintenance tracking and scheduling of maintenance down time, record keeping of Logbooks for FAA 135 and 91 customers.
  • Perform troubleshooting and mechanical repair on CRJ700/900's per Mesa's GPM, Bombardier Maintenance Manuals and FAA regulations.
  • Coordinate with the inspection department to ensure compliance with internal and FAA inspection and documentation requirements.
  • Install and test new FAA directives, minor alterations and safety of flight items.
  • Insured all repairs and inspections complied with company policies and FAA regulations.
  • Certified mechanics in accordance with company and FAA training policies and procedures.
  • Ensured proper adherence to maintenance procedures and compliance with FAA regulations.
  • Conducted level I NDT processes and completed FAA documentation where required.
  • Worked with Pilots and the FAA to certify aircraft.
  • Work with the FAA during audits and customers auditors.
  • Work under EPA and FAA regulations.
  • Maintained aircraft to FAA standards.
  • Achieved multiple FAA Gold Training Awards
  • Provide on the job training instructions and ensure all maintenance is being performed in accordenance with company policies and FAA regulations.
  • Performed FAA part 145 maintenance for FAA part 121/135 operators utilizing Beechcraft B1900 aircraft
  • Ensured that all work completed on aircrafts complied to FAA regulations and standards.
  • Out of Business Contact Wayne Skaggs with FAA see Ref.
  • Work directly with the FAA during float certification Organize and maintain all fabrication documents Extensive riveting and fabrication

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19. Parts Inventory

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Here's how Parts Inventory is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintained parts inventory and complied with yearly audits and reconciliations.
  • Maintained spare parts inventory maximizing operational readiness.
  • Created and implemented parts inventory system.
  • Rebuild equipment, pumps, cylinders, trouble shoot and maintain a/c units, parts inventory.
  • Order parts, issue PO's, process invoices/shop paperwork and manage parts inventory.
  • Set up parts bins and arranged parts inventory in ATA system order.
  • Maintained parts inventory, procured all parts needed for maintenance of equipment.
  • Maintained parts inventory and ordered parts and supplies from various vendors.
  • Maintain all parts inventory and shop supply levels.
  • Develop and maintain a spare parts inventory system.
  • Stock and manage forklift parts inventory.
  • Ordered and maintained parts inventory.
  • Track and maintain parts inventory.
  • Maintained parts inventory, downtime log/Pm log, generated/closed work orders Daily weekly /monthly/yearly.
  • Established a preventative maintenance program and spare parts inventory for the grounds equipment.
  • Maintain a Preventive Maintenance Program Making Sure Safety is always Implemented Responsible for maintaining parts inventory.
  • Lead Mechanic Schedule & Document Equipment Repair Manage Parts Inventory
  • lead mechanic/shop supervisor - Repair of all heavy equipment, parts inventory - maintaining parts inventory
  • Maintained parts inventory, work scheduling and out side vender repairs.
  • Perform fleet maintenance Maintained preventive maintenance program Inspections per DOT requirements Maintain documentation of inspection and repairs Maintain parts inventory

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Here's how Cummins is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Experienced in servicing and repairing chemical plant support equipment, fire pumps, cranes, Cummins, Detroit, engines.
  • Perform basic vehicle repairs; overhaul Mack, Cat, and Cummins engines.
  • Experience with Cat equipment and engines, Detroit and Cummins as well.
  • Maintained 110 MCI Coaches with Detroit, Cummins and CAT engines.
  • Perform mechanical repairs on Cummins ISX, QSK 45,50, 60, Detroit 50,60 and MTU 4000.
  • Rebuild Detroit and cummins motors rear ends and eaton fuller transmission both auto road ranger and manual
  • Complete engine diagnostics and proficient with CatET, Detroit diagnostic link, and Cummins quickserve.
  • Perform engine repair and diag on Cummins and Mercedes engine built by Daimler Chrysler Corporation.
  • Fuel system, electrical, and in depth diagnostics with Cummins insite
  • Use Cummins Insite to Diagnose engine performance issues.
  • Diagnose Cummins Engines using Insite program
  • Use Cummins Insite and CAT ET to diagnose codes and issues.
  • Rebuild and replace all types of engine components Specialize in Cummins, CAT and 60 Series Supervised 3 mechanics
  • repair cummins, cat, and detroit engines and components.
  • Frame and brake repair.Complete rebuilds on Cummins,Cat, and Detriot engines.

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Here's how PLC is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Supervised staff of six technicians in calibration of temperature/pressure sensors and in full PLC validation testing.
  • Installed cable tray system, digital cameras, light curtains, grounds to machinery, set up and terminated PLC cabinets.
  • Line Maintenance: troubleshoot and repair electric, hydraulic, PLC, pneumatic, HVAC, avionics, and aircraft structures.
  • Trained in Siemens and BuR PLC's, Responsible for backing up PLC's and implementing new recipes.
  • Wire and troubleshoot motors and controls, PLC s and corresponding circuits according to all blueprints and schematics.
  • Backed up each and every transmitter, drive, PLC, soft start, in the facility.
  • Control document and update all equipment PLC's, drives and control systems.
  • Maintained 2, AB PLC controlled, automated fiber drum production lines.
  • Worked with PLC systems and troubleshot and repaired PLC system's.
  • Experienced Siemens PLC Troubleshooter & Step 7 Proficient.
  • Diagnosed PLC drivers an emergency Safety Systems.
  • Extended knowledge of PLC troubleshooting.
  • Attended PLC, Management and Hazardous material classes Pipe fitter, Journeyman Millwright, Welder, Electrician.
  • Install switch gear, DCS controls, control cabinets, any automation equipment and program PLCs.
  • Repaired and serviced chilled water and steam systems, pneumatics and PLC controls.
  • Performed routine maintenance on PLCs, motors, variable frequency drives and conveyors.
  • Program PLCs for robot operation.
  • Worked on conveyors, palletizer, packaging, PLCs, motor starters, drives, relays, etc.
  • Trouble shot electrical ac and dc issues including light plc, dc vfd drives and control systems.
  • Install and program temperature controllers, vfd, plc, relays.

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22. Service Calls

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Here's how Service Calls is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed service calls and preventative maintenance on residential HVAC equipment.
  • Work long hours and take service calls anytime of the day or night.
  • Field service calls including complete removal of component repair and or replace.
  • Answered service calls as needed as well as provided customer support.
  • Respond to emergency road service calls and perform repairs as needed.
  • Keep all vehicles maintained and running to include field service calls.
  • Handled all customer service calls, inquires and complaints.
  • Run a service truck and handle service calls.
  • Service calls for on road or site breakdowns.
  • Perform service calls and office duties as needed.
  • Field service calls Diesel repairs and servicing.
  • Performed road service calls when necessary.
  • Responded to customer service calls.
  • Dispatched mechanics for service calls, set up Shop work and trained personnel on repairs.
  • Service calls to ourrenting customers as well to customers that own their own equipment.
  • Perform Dot Inspections, After hours service calls, trainer for new technicians.
  • Gained proficiency in diagnostic equipment Had quick response time on service calls
  • Lead and supervise several mechanics and handle service calls, breakdowns.

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23. Support Equipment

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Here's how Support Equipment is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Conducted logistics test on aircraft, compatibility testing and designed mission unique support equipment.
  • Supervised the logistical support team; monitored bench stock and availability of support equipment.
  • Diagnosed problems with diesel and electric locomotives including support equipment.
  • Provided field maintenance coverage for two coiled tubing fleets and support equipment operating within a 300 mile radius.
  • Support equipment, light towers, generators, compressors, forklifts, scrapers, excavators.
  • Perform operator maintenance on tools, special tools, and aircraft ground support equipment.
  • Operate, repair, maintain all ground support equipment for heavy aircraft, e.g.
  • Provided skilled leadership in ground support equipment repairs leading to 50% least down-time.
  • Assign tasks to mechanics and ensure proper maintenance of all ground support equipment.
  • Schedule preventative maintenance on trucks, trailers and support equipment with local vendor.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot all plant equipment including support equipment.
  • Operate and perform limited maintenance on ground support equipment.
  • Maintained CNC machines as well as support equipment.
  • Qualified on ground support equipment.
  • Supervised subordinates performing field and sustainment maintenance on over a $1,000,000 worth of material handling and ground support equipment.
  • Perform major rebuilds of mining equipment such as loaders, dozers, haul truck and various other support equipment.

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24. Caterpillar

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Here's how Caterpillar is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Worked with other team members on the repairs of Caterpillar, Hitachi and Euclid equipment.
  • Attended training classes as required by Caterpillar.
  • Service Rep. for on-site repairs to Sunstrande Corp. Caterpillar, John Deere and many others in our region.
  • Overhaul and repair of Caterpillar, Komatsu, John Deere, and other misc.
  • Repair Service JD tractor, Caterpillar, Komatsu, Sky track, Upright Etc.
  • Serviced water trucks, Caterpillars, Loaders, Skidsters, and hydraulics.
  • Work on caterpillar Sennebogen And Liebherr equipment.

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25. MIG

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Here's how MIG is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Communicated effectively with customers on future problems and repairs that might need to be addressed.
  • Performed conventional welding, MIG, TIG, OxyAcet.
  • Experience in MIG welding and using general shop equipment.
  • Resolve any problems customers or mechanics might have.
  • Performed MIG and TIG welding.
  • Performed welding repairs (TIG, STICK, MIG).
  • Skilled in MIG and TIG welding.
  • Operated mig/arc welders, plasma arc cutting torches, gas welding torches, band saws, and hand tools.
  • Serviced and repaired Small Engine Equipment ~ Mig and Arc welded any equipment when in need of repair.
  • Completed logs and records by documenting all maintenance and repair work done * Mig welding and fabrication.
  • Key Accomplishments: Developed skills in MiG and TiG welding, primarily on stainless steel.
  • Experience in Mig Welding* Knowledge with backhoe, skid steer, bobcat operations.
  • Worked with Mig welders, milling machines, presses, and forklifts.
  • Overlook heavy machinery in which daily maintenance require mig welds.
  • Perform various welding such as mig.
  • Used Mig and Stick welders.
  • Performed mig, stick, and tig weld on equipment throughout this facility physical plant.
  • Used plasma cutters, tig/mig welder, sandblasting, metal saws.
  • Use of Millermatic 211 mig welder.
  • BRIDGE METAL IRON WORKS 06/03-12/03 Aluminum Welding - Brooklyn, NY Mig and Tig welding, fabricating re-bock signs.

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26. Fuel Systems

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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Supervised a 16-man crew and assigned individual responsibilities on United Aircraft fuel systems.
  • Specialized in auxiliary fuel systems installations.
  • Performed operational checks of hydraulic, flight controls and fuel systems using external power sources and powered ground equipment.
  • Commissioned equipment included chillers, cooling towers, fuel systems, and high-level piping systems.
  • Maintain, repair, overhaul, adjust, install and calibrate necessary vehicle fuel systems.
  • Modify and repair automotive cooling and fuel systems.
  • Specialized in servicing brakes and fuel systems.

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27. Inventory Control

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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Purchased materials, maintaining effective inventory control for industrial jobs.
  • Purchased needed material and consumables, maintaining effective inventory control.
  • Generated a Bill of Materials with inventory control information.
  • Implemented new inventory control system.
  • Managed inventory control on supplies, storage, and tools to ensure adequate supply for work without excessive oversupply and shortage.
  • Assisted on-site superintendent with installation, project layout, inventory control, crew organization, and safety protocols.
  • Manage a 24 hour full service shop, all parts ordering and inventory control.
  • Inventory control while maintain a working stock level of parts and shop supplies.
  • Maintained inventory control levels in the areas of product replenishment and re-stocks.
  • Managed inventory control of fuel, oil, parts, etc.
  • Maintained inventory control as it relates to equipment and supplies.
  • Set up parts inventory control system using MAPICS.
  • Maintained inventory control for parts and automotive fluids.
  • Develop and maintain an inventory control program.
  • Advanced to Service Manager through training program.. As manager responsible for work flow, handling of customers, inventory control.
  • Inventory control, of parts and shop needs ~Clean and organize shop and storage areas.
  • Put stock away and did inventory control (physical inventory and cycle counting ).
  • Read blueprints, check Parts list and conducted inventory control for warehouse department.
  • Experienced in-aircraft electrical systems inspection, troubleshooting, repair and installation Performed all aspects of inventory control
  • Maintained 175 trucks and 220 trailers Inventory control, shop programs, equipment control, personnel control including D.O-T. And OSHA.

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28. Cessna

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Here's how Cessna is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed continual maintenance on companies charter aircraft: Cessna 550 Bravo, King Air B200, Hawker 400.
  • Lead mechanic/ Inspector for a 145 repair station primarily working on Cessna 550 and 560 jets.
  • Flight line maintenance on DC-3C, Cessna 402 and Piper Chieftain aircraft.
  • Maintained Cessna maintenance and flight records for FAA documentation.
  • Researched documents about Cessna and Piper Aircraft.
  • Supervised ten mechanics in the maintenance of two Beechcraft C-99, three Cessna 402B and four Cessna 402C aircraft.
  • Perform aircraft maintenance on Gulfstream G-400, G-550, and Cessna Citation 560XLS in accordance to aircraft technical publications.
  • Selected as Designated Instructor on Run/Taxi and Examiner on Cessna, Hawker, and Embraer aircraft.
  • Performed Progressive Inspections and maintenance on California Highway patrol fleet, operating Cessna T206 aircrafts.
  • Service and repair of Beechcraft, Piper and Cessna aircraft, including vintage.
  • Performed all aspects of maintenance on Cessna 337 and Piper PA-31 acft.
  • Attended Cessna Conquest II aircraft and TPE331/8/n Engines Initial trainings.
  • Run qualified on Beach King Air, Hawker 400A, MA300 Aircraft, Cessna Citation Jets.

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29. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Adapted test procedures and performed preventative maintenance on portions of user certifying test equipment.
  • Developed and improved assembly and test procedures for the manufacture of explosive detection systems.
  • Inspected using product assurance procedures, drawings, MSDS sheets, and test procedures.

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30. Brake Systems

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Here's how Brake Systems is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired of air brake systems or air operated components, hydraulic systems, A/C systems, electrical systems.
  • Worked with engineers to determine design and installation process of air brake systems on custom trailers.
  • Air Brake systems, air valves, air compressor replacement, water pump replacement.
  • Repaired brake systems, fuel systems, electrical wiring and suspensions.
  • Performed troubleshooting on electrical, fuel and air brake systems.
  • Repair, overhaul, or adjust automobile brake systems.
  • Specialized in brake systems on tractors and trailers.
  • Designed and installed air brake systems and lights.
  • Repaired and maintained Hydraulic and Air brake systems.
  • Service and repair company fleet vehicles including engine, drivetrain, steering and suspension, and brake systems.
  • Worked on electrical, engine, drivetrain, suspension, air and brake systems.

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31. Major Repairs

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Here's how Major Repairs is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Test malfunctioning machinery to determine whether major repairs are needed.
  • Schedule any major repairs with outside vendors as needed to insure optimum time line for repairs and cost efficiency for budget.
  • Maintained a fleet of garbage trucks including Major repairs of all components including steering and clutches and air brakes repair.
  • Performed maintenance and major repairs on heavy-duty mobile equipment, combat, tactical and automotive vehicles.
  • Performed minor and major repairs of Class 8 trucks and trailers for the used truck department.
  • Performed major repairs to industrial balers, low pressure air compressors and various conveyor belts.
  • Provide routine preventive maintenance as well as major repairs on forklifts and material handling equipment.
  • Perform minor repairs & assist with major repairs on compression & related equipment.
  • Performed major repairs and carried out senior inspector duties in a combat zone.
  • Order all parts for major repairs, and eliminated cost as needed
  • Work with outside vendors for warranty work and major repairs.
  • Order parts required for preventive maintenance and major repairs.
  • Estimate time and materials required to perform major repairs.
  • Performed higher level engine diagnostics and major repairs.
  • Lead mechanic/Engine builder all major repairs.
  • Crew leader on major repairs.
  • Notified managers of major repairs or additions needed.
  • Lead Mechanic making minor or major repairs to a fleet of international and freightliner heavy duty vactor trucks.
  • Work closely with the Bulk Sugar Supervisor or other managementpersonnel in the planning of sugar shipments and major repairs.7.

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Here's how New Equipment is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintain preventative maintenance schedule, equipment utilization/new equipment orders over central Florida via four facilities.
  • Perform new equipment testing and set validated parameters.
  • Perform maintenance on various plant equipment used in the production of baked goods and sandwiches, including installation of new equipment.
  • Help write procedures for shop-related work and help write procedures for safety issues and new equipment operations.
  • Coordinated with outside contractors during installation of new equipment and brought in outside services as needed.
  • Installed new equipment and inspected new systems for potential maintenance problems; logged equipment history.
  • Prepare purchase orders for supplies, tools and new equipment as well as scheduling deliveries.
  • Supervised a 5 member maintenance team and overseen the training on new equipment.
  • Installed and maintained and serviced and PM all new equipment.
  • Installed new equipment knowledge Wiring diagrams and codes.
  • Align and balance new equipment after installation.
  • Installed and set up new equipment.
  • Overhaul and installation of new equipment.
  • Interacted extensively with manufacturing and production engineers on design and productionmodifications of new equipment being installed.
  • Contract maintenance and construction of existing and new equipment at manufacturing facilities in Aiken and Williston, SC.
  • Install new equipment to manufacture specs and drawings.. Plan and execute new work plans.
  • Acted as company rep for new equipment acceptance trials and delivered to perspective yards.
  • fabricated new equipment, such as trailers and loaders, conveyors, sizers as needed.
  • Complete repair and maintenance of a wide range of equipment Toro and Tecumseh engine repair classes Testing of new equipment
  • Machine repair Installation of new equipment Boiler operator less the 150 HP Onsite pest control

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33. Maintenance Personnel

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Here's how Maintenance Personnel is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed inspections and evaluations to ensure all maintenance personnel are trained in complex maintenance activities and follow standard operating procedures.
  • Provide on-the-job training for maintenance personnel as required.
  • Coordinate and direct maintenance personnel and activities.
  • Assisted higher-graded maintenance personnel where required.
  • Trained and supervised all Maintenance personnel.
  • Provide technical expertise; assess equipment failure and direct workforce maintenance personnel to complete repairs so the company goals are met.
  • Appointed Lead Mechanic 2nd shift over 25 maintenance personnel* Installed and maintained flight test data recording devices.
  • Provide guidance and technical support to our maintenance personnel for a safer and productive maintenance process.
  • Scheduled maintenance personnel in conjunction with manager so that maintenance is available all time.
  • Assist other maintenance personnel with mechanical issues above their skill set.
  • Trained Maintenance Team Leaders and maintenance personnel.
  • Train and manage maintenance personnel and subcontractors.

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34. General Maintenance

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Here's how General Maintenance is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Head Maintenance Mechanic - Held positions of progressive responsibilities including electrical repairs, millwright, and general maintenance.
  • Trained multiple junior tradesmen from general maintenance to achieve qualifications for second echelon repairs.
  • Provide electrical diagnostics and general maintenance.
  • Worked on lighting, electrical, flooring, and painting, sprinkler systems, and all General Maintenance duties.
  • General maintenance of welding machines, lathes, mills, forklift trucks and all other related plant equipment.
  • Performed various duties, to include all repairs and general maintenance, for a sixty-three car fleet.
  • Maintained station GSE and stores through weekly audits, shipping and receiving, and general maintenance.
  • General maintenance repair of Transit, Commuter, Dial-A-Ride buses.
  • Performed general maintenance and repair of electric go-carts Supervised and supported race starter crew
  • Shop lead mechanic general maintenance responsibilities where pms setting up work load and most general any repairs that need done
  • Performed general maintenance to out of order machines by fixing hydraulic, pneumatic, and programming issues.
  • General maintenance and up keep on gasoline, diesel heavy equipment Winter season snow removal
  • Performed general maintenance on two-ton trucks, busses, road tractors, and trailers.
  • General maintenance , oil changed on trucks, cranes and machines.
  • General maintenance, mechanical repair, hydraulic repair, electrical repair) Scheduling of service on all equipment.
  • General Maintenance & repair of Transit, Commuter, & Dial-a-Ride busses used by Santa Clarita Transit.
  • Machine work Electrical work Troubleshooting General maintenance and repair

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35. Mechanical Problems

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Here's how Mechanical Problems is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Used diagnostic equipment to help troubleshoot and identify mechanical problems.
  • Evaluate mechanical problems in vehicles using diagnostic equipment.
  • Assisted with mechanical problems in other departments
  • Repair and troubleshoot mechanical problems.
  • Operated and maintained two stage NH3 refrigeration system Diagnosed mechanical problems and determined the best ways to correct them.
  • Diagnose mechanical problems and determine how to correct it by checking blueprints, repair manuals or parts catalogs.
  • Trace and locate defects and causes of mechanical problems to determine type and extent of necessary repairs.
  • Help mechanics evaluate minor mechanical problems, and inspect repairs completed.
  • Diagnosed mechanical problems and determined the best ways to correct them.
  • Be on call 24/7 to troubleshoot or repair mechanical problems.
  • Evaluate mechanical problems, and inspect, completion of repairs.
  • Diagnose and repair mechanical problems with military issued HUMV.
  • Make accurate assessments on bus mechanical problems and repairs.
  • Diagnose mechanical problems and determine how to correct them, checking blueprints, repair manuals, or partscatalogs, as necessary.

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36. Technical Manuals

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Here's how Technical Manuals is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Gained additional knowledge of Army technical manuals, schematic reading procedures, and regulations associated with equipment repairs.
  • Analyzed and initiated deficiency reports for electronic technical manuals; enhanced design and reduced life cycle costs.
  • Repaired, adjusted and tested electrical/electronic elements of assemblies and components according to technical manuals.
  • Performed maintenance inspections and repairs, to include troubleshooting, diagnosing accordance with applicable technical manuals
  • Utilized applicable government regulations and technical manuals to refurbish government equipment.
  • Provided guidelines to less skilled mechanics by interpreting technical manuals.
  • Utilize MSD computer and technical manuals to assist in isolating malfunctions, determine the cause and correct the problem.
  • Identified and cross-referenced repair parts with use of Electronic Technical Manuals (ETM) and Fed Log.
  • Utilized technical manuals, wiring diagrams and schematics in the inspection, troubleshooting and repair procedures.
  • Inspected UH-60 and CH-47 aircraft maintenance for completion in accordance with applicable technical manuals and regulations.
  • Performed troubleshooting on UH-60 and CH-47 helicopter components and subsystems using schematics and technical manuals.
  • Read and interpreted blueprints, technical manuals, technical bulletins and Maintenance Allocation Charts.
  • Use technical manuals and computer equipment to troubleshoot and diagnose automotive systems and subsystems.
  • Plan work procedures, using charts, technical manuals, and experience.
  • Used technical manuals and tools to remove and replace defective components.
  • Study technical manuals, blueprints and engineering drawings.
  • Read, interpreted, and followed technical manuals.
  • Implemented comprehensive knowledge of aircraft mechanical component troubleshooting and repair procedures as prescribed by technical manuals and standard operational procedures.
  • Utilized technical manuals, schematic diagrams, multimeters, 12/24 volt system and other tools to perform diagnostics.
  • Read and interpret maintenance manuals, technical manuals and blueprints used for airframe repairs and modifications.

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37. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Applied practical knowledge of operation, repair procedures, trouble shooting and preventative maintenance to support facility operation and reliability.
  • Worked on all equipment for an oil field company, conducted vehicle trouble shooting and repair.
  • Perform P.M.'s, repairs, removal and installation of machinery, trouble shooting of equipment.
  • Supported the CAD department with trouble shooting and resolving problems with the data and programs.
  • Assisted in trouble shooting break downs, tooling change overs, and gear changes.
  • Job duties: Maintaining, repairing & trouble shooting on fleet of buses.
  • Assisted with scheduled and unscheduled equipment repairs and maintenance; trouble shooting.
  • Assist mechanics in trouble shooting and methods to be used for repairs.
  • Perform corrective maintenance and trouble shooting for production and packaging equipment.
  • Present to upper management trouble shooting statistics and reports daily.
  • Style set ups and trouble shooting of tufting problems.
  • Trouble shooting, new construction and re- model rewires.
  • Trouble shooting and testing of automated equipment.
  • trouble shooting extensive mechanical and electrical problems.
  • Instructed service technicians proper techniques for lyophilizer trouble shooting, leak checking (vacuum and refrigerant), and repair.
  • Machine maintenance , diagnostics and trouble shooting problems to ensure proper quality products where being produced.
  • Trouble shooting hydraulic and electrical equipment, replacing damaged, houred out and failed parts.
  • Trouble shooting of electrical, programming, and pneumatical problems.
  • give breaks, maintain work flow, fix errors, rapid problem solving, good organisation skills and trouble shooting
  • Trouble shooting / maintenance of Theil machines on production line Maintained machines to reinforce production output

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38. Daily Operations

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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintained timely and accurate oral and written technical reports regarding daily operations and performance.
  • Manage employees during daily operations while communicating safety and quality expectations.
  • Assisted Supervisors with daily operations.
  • Communicated with operators, team members, suppliers, service manager and general manager for smooth daily operations.
  • Inspected all pumps & other equipment & Assured all was ready on pad for daily operations.
  • Supervised employees, vendors and contractors during daily operations, shutdowns and special projects.
  • Supervised a shift crew throughout daily operations within a FAR 145 repair station.
  • Retrieved and launched aircraft in the daily operations of the maintenance facility.
  • Conducted daily operations IAW ISO 9000, 2001 and 14000 standards.
  • Repaired and maintained all vehicles and equipment for daily operations.
  • Oversee team during daily operations.
  • Oil Field Well Service Company h Supervise daily operations of vehicle and equipment service and repair shop.
  • Lead Mechanic: * Supervise crew of 11 personnel in daily operations, including evaluation and discipline.
  • Performed total productive maintenance Set up production equipment for daily operations Fabricated new parts for downed equipment and spare parts

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39. RII

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Here's how RII is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Qualified RII, engine run and taxi, engine trim, A and B check and air worthiness release.
  • Qualified for taxi run-up on DH8/1900, RII qualified, and engine run trainer and examiner.
  • Qualified as and executed the duties of Required Inspection Items (RII) inspector when needed
  • Acquired A319 RII (Required Inspection Item) and RunTaxi qualifications.
  • Maintained RII and run taxi at all three operators.
  • Maintained Run-Taxi and RII on all FedEx fleet types.
  • Perform RII duties as needed for the operation.
  • Designated RII inspector for the company repair station.
  • Red X RII and engine run qualified.
  • Perform RII inspections when necessary.
  • Performed RII and Airworthy release.
  • Perform RII duties as required.
  • Clear MEL, CDL, SFWI, PWI, and RII Inspection.
  • Perform RII (IA) for return to service.
  • Perform RII tasks including rigging, detailed engine inspections, flight safety critical part installation inspections.
  • Performed as inspector for all RII and critical items.
  • Hold an RII certificate and perform inspections asneeded.
  • Designated RII for El Paso, TX maintenance station.

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40. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Insured all personnel follow TM safety procedures when operating and maintaining equipment to ensure individual objectives and safety goals are satisfied.
  • Sound knowledge of compliance requirements related to International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regulations and safety procedures during construction.
  • Established safety procedures, inspected work environments for overall physical and environment safety measures were being followed.
  • Developed Hazardous Material program, assisted in development of LOTO Program and Machine Specific Safety Procedures.
  • Prioritize jobs, ensure maintenance and safety procedures are followed and all jobs are completed in a timely professional manner.
  • Conduct and arrange for workers training in maintenance techniques, operational procedures, safety procedures, and equipment use.
  • Work Description: Ensuring that all employees are following safety procedures and using PPE.
  • Insure all personnel follow TM safety procedures when operating and maintaining equipment.
  • Observed and follow all safety procedures and ensure safe operation of equipment.
  • Operate tools, equipment, and machinery according to prescribed safety procedures.
  • Ensured team compliance with appropriate safety procedures and materials handling processes.
  • Trained personnel on various safety procedures while working in the warehouse.
  • Follow established safety procedures and techniques to perform job duties.
  • Established safety procedures and guidelines for equipment and fleet handling.
  • Comply with all safety procedures without incident.
  • Review mechanical work and maintain safety procedures among crew.Guide mechanics with decisions concerning repair and replacement of parts.
  • Write and up-date operational and safety procedures for Timco's Manuals.

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41. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform routine and non-routine repairs on a small fleet of dump trucks, excavators, graders, and small paving equipment.
  • Extend frames, convert and build customer trucks into dump trucks, flatbeds, etc.
  • Operate commercial vehicles such as equipment haulers, dump trucks and truck cranes.
  • Convert dump trucks to water tank sprayers, modify/insulate equipment for Arctic operations.
  • Operate sky track, backhoe, dump truck, conduit bender.
  • Supervised assistant mechanic, maintained HE D9 Dozers, Ford 8000 dump trucks 644c loader, 690b excavator.
  • Maintain and service all underground and equipment not limited to mucker, yarder, dump trucks, loaders, ect.

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42. Production Equipment

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Here's how Production Equipment is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Acquired and maintained acceptable and necessary parts inventory to quickly and cost effectively maintain production equipment.
  • Trained new operators with production equipment and safety.
  • Ensured minimal downtime of production equipment.
  • Complete major and minor repairs and on all underground production equipment * Performed duties as Lead Shift Mechanic as assigned.
  • Performed routine preventive maintenance of the facility, and production equipment.
  • Conduct daily follow-ups and review of all company production equipment.
  • Operate hand tools, power tools and production equipment.
  • Maintain and repair of all facilities and production equipment.
  • Perform and supervise PM on production equipment.
  • Repair all production equipment as needed.
  • Diagnose and repair production equipment.
  • Produced containers that held personal care products, Maintained production equipment and assured other assistant Mechanics performed their duties accordingly.
  • Ordered parts for production equipment, safety issues and otherprojects within the facilities.
  • perform in shop component repair and overhaul of production equipment and components.
  • Maintained all production equipment ( I.E.
  • Responsibilitiesrepaired and maintained building and all plant food production equipment.

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43. Building Maintenance

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Here's how Building Maintenance is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed building maintenance that included HVAC, chillers, boilers, plumbing, lighting, emergency generators, and fire systems.
  • Experienced in building maintenance, as well as set-ups of maintenance shops, and implement preventative maintenance programs of packaging equipment.
  • Trained in paint and body, and was responsible for building maintenance at both locations.
  • Led building maintenance with responsibility for all equipment and 5 personnel.
  • Repaired punch presses, ABB robots, building maintenance
  • Performed other Building Maintenance task including repairing Bay doors replacing Air Lines for Compressor etc.
  • Panel wiring, blue prints, schematics, building maintenance, hvac, and lockout/tagout.

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44. Machine Shop

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Here's how Machine Shop is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Skilled in using some machine shop tools like drill press, surface grinder, hardware insertion press and power hand tools.
  • Coordinated with vendors, sales reps and machine shops for aid in project completion.
  • Led team of 16 employees in sheet metal and machine shop operations.
  • Coordinated with outside vendors including NDT, machine shops & composite repairs.
  • Supervised the machine shop including customer service and other employees.
  • Started a full-service machine shop within the plant.
  • Coordinate and perform maintence activities in a machine shop type manufacturing facility.

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45. New Mechanics

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Here's how New Mechanics is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Assigned daily work load, verified repairs, trained new mechanics, provided safety training and verified paperwork and time cards.
  • Train new Mechanics in shop operations and automotive and diesel theory with practical applications.
  • Trained all new mechanics in equipment operation and Federal compliance.
  • Trained new mechanics to perform maintenance and service on equipment.
  • Oversee and Training of New mechanics and B mechanics.
  • Oversee, train, and develop new mechanics.
  • Trained and supervised new mechanics joining the unit.
  • Trained new mechanics on the job.
  • Supervised and trained new mechanics.
  • Tasked with opening the service department & providing training to new mechanics to facilitate store opening.
  • Supervised and gave training to are new mechanics on our team.
  • Coordinated maintenace activities and repairs and train new mechanics.
  • Train new mechanics Supervise all personnel working in department.
  • Trained New Mechanics Maintenance Engineer-London International Co. Dothan, Al.

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46. Mrap

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Here's how Mrap is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed mechanical work on Mine Resistance Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles in compliance with all quality and safety standards.
  • Installed Independent suspension system (ISS), on the Force Protection Cougar MRAP vehicles, located in Kuwait.
  • Maintained and repaired US military equipment (Humvee, MRAP/COUGAR) used by polish forces to FMC standards.
  • Conduct in shop inspections and preventative maintenance checks and services of all MRAP equipment within the APS-5/TSS program.
  • Served as Subject Matter Expert on the repair of all MRAP vehicles job ordered for repair.
  • Functioned on the Final QA/QC Inspection line as an Inspector for the MRAP Program.
  • Experienced with troubleshooting diagnostic malfunctions on MaxxPro MRAP series.
  • Coordinated MRAP truck movement into theater.
  • Battle Damage Repair on the MRAP series to include but not limited to RG31-33, MAXXPRO's, MATV and Cougars.
  • Lead Mechanic for the OGPK Line and Rhino Lines for the MRAP Program.
  • Served as the lead on the MRAP cable build.
  • Worked on LMTV, MTV, MRAP IMG (Max Pro) RG33, Cougars, and Caymens.
  • Function as a mechanic for a startup program delivering one of the first Caiman plus MRAPs to the battle field.
  • Provide training on basic fundamentals of mrap maintenance.

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47. Repair Orders

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  • Followed repair orders, diagnosed problematic vehicles and communicated necessary repairs to the service manager.
  • Prioritized and evaluated repair orders for efficiency whether to perform repairs in-house or to outsource to dealers and body shops.
  • Assist drivers in writing up their trucks, making the repair orders and scheduling them to come in for repairs.
  • Read and performed maintenance from equipment repair orders, order parts while keeping the highest level of safety.
  • Use the Dossier Vehicle Repair Tracking System to monitor, maintain, and update electronic repair orders.
  • Maintain reliable and accurate records of repair orders and daily maintenance log sheet.
  • Perform quality control by reviewing repair orders and road testing trucks after repairs.
  • Assemble new bicycles and fulfill repair orders with expertise and precision.
  • Estimated repair times and parts required for repair orders.
  • Scheduled all repair orders, assigning jobs to employees.
  • Managed repair orders, parts, and labor rates.
  • Create and manage purchase orders and repair orders.
  • Write repair orders and help maintain inventory.
  • Opened and closed repair orders.
  • Keep Track Of Maintainence Records And Repair Orders.
  • Handed out job repair orders to crew.

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48. R

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Here's how R is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Reported directly to maintenance supervisor.
  • Supervised two mechanics in the maintenance of bowling center equipment and facilities, 3 short order cooks and 2 cashiers.
  • Maintained and repaired boilers, chillers, air handlers, DIW, IWW, scrubbers and closed-loop systems.
  • Referenced in-depth knowledge of PLC and control systems especially in relation to test stations and lab safety systems.
  • Performed aircraft overhaul, status turnover, cabin, rigging, engines, and hydraulics.
  • Tested and repaired hydraulic power supplies, motors, valves and other components.
  • Lead mechanic of heavy equipment, record keeping for EPA and Headwaters.
  • Provided the customer a clean, satisfactory on time maintenance work.
  • Operated a forklift, overhead cranes, and some heavy equipment.
  • Supervised five mechanics and served as primary electrician on night shift.
  • Installed duct work, & run water pipe to units.
  • Oversee day to day running of station maintenance operations.
  • Guided team members on diagnose mechanical and electrical problems.
  • Design and fabricated different for the machinery and equipment.
  • Used laser to assure proper alignment to change belts.
  • Diagnose, repair and rebuild rental equipment.
  • Coordinated work for team members.
  • Follow all regulations FDA, OSHE, SSOPs, GMP, 5s and products safety programs and quality systems.
  • Machine various parts to spects from blueprints and diagram.
  • Machine Tools: Laser Cutter (Int.

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49. Maintenance Activities

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Here's how Maintenance Activities is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Managed maintenance station Port Columbus, Ohio, supervising overnight maintenance activities including maintenance checks monitoring basic operational functions of aircraft.
  • Performed daily mechanical as well as maintenance activities scheduled and unscheduled in addition to carrying out local logistic support for contractor/client.
  • Scheduled Preventative Maintenance activities, ordered parts, coordinated with production and reviewed all completed work orders.
  • Performed as Maintenance Manager updating data base and technical reports while overseeing all maintenance activities continuously.
  • Coordinated any and all maintenance activities/duties with Maintenance Operations Control.
  • Coordinated maintenance activities with senior section personnel.
  • Trained and organized daily assignments to 15-20 union personnel and oversee all heavy (C-CHECK) and Line maintenance activities.
  • Scheduled all maintenance activities for a 250+ workforce and met deadlines in accordance with DOE standards.
  • Coordinate all maintenance activities on shift with Base Manager and Maintenance Operations Control.
  • Planned maintenance activities to include the clearing and repair of operational equipment.
  • Maintain knowledge of USA and QC standards pertinent to maintenance activities.
  • Team with all City Garage location to ensure maintenance activities.
  • Maintained compliance with company standards to perform all maintenance activities.
  • Provided the required oversight of all on call maintenance activities.
  • Supervised the maintenance activities of eight Airframe and Power plant mechanics for the daily operation and production of 15 C-21/Lear-35 aircraft.
  • Scheduled and coordinated full service maintenance activities on six USAF C21A Learjets.
  • Managed and directed all inspections and maintenance activities for afleet of 5 Fairchild Metro Aircraft.

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50. Conveyor Systems

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Here's how Conveyor Systems is used in Lead Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform preventative maintenance and service repair work on conveyor systems, A-Frame product selector, and Pick-to-Light product selector system.
  • Managed and oversaw the completion of work orders and preventative maintenance procedures on US Airways baggage conveyor systems.
  • Designed, built, and installed projects on building and conveyor systems throughout entire plant.
  • Company manufactures & Installs custom high speed conveyor systems for distribution centers.
  • Repair and installation of grinding, over-wrap, and conveyor systems.
  • Vulcanize and repair conveyor belts or conveyor systems
  • Work on Thermal fluid transfer units, complete pms on conveyor systems, work in fast pace enviorment, i.e.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Lead Mechanic

Preventative Maintenance

29.1%

Company Vehicle

17.9%

Safety Meetings

12.1%

Diesel Engines

5.2%

Electrical Systems

3.8%

Heavy Equipment

3.7%

Air Compressors

3.6%

Customer Service

3.1%

Hvac

2.7%

Hydraulic Systems

2.4%

Hand Tools

2.2%

Diagnosis

2.1%

Aircraft Parts

2.0%

Order Parts

1.6%

Osha

1.6%

Mechanical Equipment

1.5%

Oil Changes

1.4%

FAA

1.4%

Parts Inventory

1.3%

Cummins

1.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Lead Mechanic

Rank Skill
1 Preventative Maintenance 23.3%
2 Company Vehicle 14.3%
3 Safety Meetings 9.7%
4 Diesel Engines 4.1%
5 Electrical Systems 3.0%
6 Heavy Equipment 3.0%
7 Air Compressors 2.9%
8 Customer Service 2.5%
9 Hvac 2.2%
10 Hydraulic Systems 1.9%
11 Hand Tools 1.7%
12 Diagnosis 1.7%
13 Aircraft Parts 1.6%
14 Order Parts 1.3%
15 Osha 1.2%
16 Mechanical Equipment 1.2%
17 Oil Changes 1.1%
18 FAA 1.1%
19 Parts Inventory 1.1%
20 Cummins 1.1%
21 PLC 1.0%
22 Service Calls 1.0%
23 Support Equipment 0.9%
24 Caterpillar 0.9%
25 MIG 0.8%
26 Fuel Systems 0.8%
27 Inventory Control 0.7%
28 Cessna 0.7%
29 Test Procedures 0.7%
30 Brake Systems 0.7%
31 Major Repairs 0.7%
32 New Equipment 0.7%
33 Maintenance Personnel 0.7%
34 General Maintenance 0.7%
35 Mechanical Problems 0.6%
36 Technical Manuals 0.6%
37 Trouble Shooting 0.6%
38 Daily Operations 0.6%
39 RII 0.6%
40 Safety Procedures 0.6%
41 Dump Truck 0.6%
42 Production Equipment 0.6%
43 Building Maintenance 0.6%
44 Machine Shop 0.6%
45 New Mechanics 0.5%
46 Mrap 0.5%
47 Repair Orders 0.5%
48 R 0.5%
49 Maintenance Activities 0.5%
50 Conveyor Systems 0.5%
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