4492 County Rd 9 Tyler AL. 36786 Primary: ( 334) 328-9029 or (334) 462-8909
I am hard working, self driven, and I conduct myself as a professional at all times. My military background has helped me grow as a person. I learn how to adapt in any type of environment and contribute 100% no matter the task at hand. I am willing to accept additional mentoring in order to further educate and learn about diverse fields.
C & S Grocery WholeSale: Jan.7, 2015 - Feb.10, 2015 6080 Mobile Hwy,
Montgomery, AL 36105
Hours per week: 40-50
Supervisor: Frank Wilson
I worked as a produce selector at C&S Grocery. My duties consisted of controlling a pallet jack with a headset, follow the guidance from the headset to the location where I will pick up the goods, finalize the list of goods on the pallet, wrapped the pallet, print out the label, and place the goods in their perspective location based on the label. The ultimate goal is safety. I am a worker, who accurately and efficiently builds pallets to load onto trucks for delivery. I made sure that the main objective was to decrease breakage by maintaining a zero errors work atmosphere while on duty.
Hyundai Motor Manufacturer: August 6, 2014 - Dec 22, 2014
700 Hyundai Blvd,
Montgomery, AL 36105
50-60 Hours a Week
I worked at Hyundai as a QC(Quality Check). The job was a constant moving job. The job consisted of long hours and a lot of moving throughout the day. My job was to find defects in the bodywork, hood, doors, fenders, trunk, and the interior of the car. As a quality checker , I oversee four to six-hundred cars a day. During the inspection, I may find several defects on an individual car.
4492 County Rd9 Primary:(334)328-9029 Tyler AL. 36786 Mr.Tillmam@gmail.com
Army National Guard:
1st Battalion, 131st Aviation Regiment October 13, 2013 - Present
4640 Bobby W. Hogan Rd
Hope Hull, AL 36043
Salary: M-Day (One weekend drill a month)
Status Rank: Private First Class
Supervisor: SSG Randy Hall (334)320-2953
As a member of the Army National Guard I have already attended basic training and AIT(Advanced Individual Training). During AIT, I learned the job for being a diesel mechanic. During the course, I learned several skills that included trouble shooting, air brake system, hydraulics, repair parts, replace parts and etc. I am assigned to the 131st Aviation unit where my job title is 91B Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic. My duties are to maintain wheeled vehicles, their associated trailers and material handling equipment system. use reference to service, inspect, maintain, repair, replace, adjust, and testing of the wheeled vehicle equipment. I have to test systems such as compression ignition engines, engine fuel system, air induction, exhaust system, and cooling system. The work specified by my job title includes power train components and automotive electrical systems. I am willing to learn more about this field to strengthen my knowledge and skills.
Education: August 7,2009 - May 25,2012
145 Main St,
Hayneville, AL 36040
I attended Central High School where I maintained a 3.0 GPA. During the time at Central, too interest in Agriculture and Shop classes. In Agriculture class, I learned to plant and harvest crops. During the shop classes I took, I learned to lay cement, lay brick, weld, and portions of construction work. In this class, I was also introduced to different saws and several types of power tools.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION: Army Achievement Medal June 2014, One Medallion for Excellence and Leadership from Advanced Individual Training, Excellence and Outstanding Achievement Medallion from Sgt. Major and Trophy/Medallion #10 Central High School