Gaston County Schools - School Bus Technician Resume Example

Love this resume? Build your own now

Carter Lee
XXXX XXXXXXX XXX XXXXX, Cherryville, NC 28021
Professional Summary

Highly trained diesel mechanic with several years of experience. I have strong mechanical abilities. I also have experience in both shop and production type facilities so I know the importance of getting the job done quickly while also maintaining high quality. 

  • Quality Control Analysis
  • Critical Thinking
  • Complex Problem Solving
  • Time Management
  • Mechanics
  • Repairing
  • Troubleshooting
  • Equipment Selection
  • Computers and Electronics
School Bus Technician Dec 2013Present Gaston County Schools Gastonia, No
  • Inspect school buses or other equipment for evidence of abuse, damage, or mechanical malfunction.
  • Inspect school buses or equipment to ensure compliance with rules, standards, or regulations.
  • Examine school buses, equipment, or systems to detect damage, wear, or malfunction.
  • Conduct school bus equipment tests, using diagnostic equipment.
  • Repairs and maintenance of  school buses on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. ( including engine, transmissions, brakes, electronic and lighting systems, etc)
  • Investigate complaints regarding safety violations.
  • Wrecker and retrieval service for school buses.
  • Plan, organize and execute maintenance of 36 county school buses.( 21 International, 15 Freightliner)
  • Report and file maintenance records for 36 buses on a daily basis.
  • Assist with maintenance duties of buses in the absence of other employees.
CNC Machinist Jan 2012Jun 2013 PMC Gage White House , TN
  • Measure dimensions of finished workpieces to ensure conformance to specifications, using precision measuring instruments, templates, and fixtures.
  • Remove and replace dull cutting tools.
  • Mount, install, align, and secure tools, attachments, fixtures, and workpieces on machines, using hand tools and precision measuring instruments.
  • Mount, install, align, and secure tools, attachments, fixtures, and workpieces on machines, using hand tools and precision measuring instruments.
  • Listen to machines during operation to detect sounds such as those made by dull cutting tools or excessive vibration and adjust machines to compensate for problems.
  • Adjust machine feed and speed, change cutting tools, or adjust machine controls when automatic programming is faulty or if machines malfunction.
  • Stop machines to remove finished workpieces or to change tooling, setup, or workpiece placement, according to required machining sequences.
  • Lift workpieces to machines manually or with hoists or cranes.
  • Modify cutting programs to account for problems encountered during operation and save modified programs.
  • Calculate machine speed and feed ratios and the size and position of cuts.
  • Insert control instructions into machine control units to start operation.
  • Check to ensure that workpieces are properly lubricated and cooled during machine operation.
  • Input initial part dimensions into machine control panels.
  • Set up and operate computer-controlled machines or robots to perform one or more machine functions on metal or plastic workpieces.
  • Review program specifications or blueprints to determine and set machine operations and sequencing, finished workpiece dimensions, or numerical control sequences.
  • Set up future jobs while machines are operating.
  • Maintain machines and remove and replace broken or worn machine tools, using hand tools.
  • Clean machines, tooling, or parts, using solvents or solutions and rags.
Diesel Mechanic May 2011Nov 2011 Mountain Transport Newton, NC
  • Disassemble and inspect motors to locate defective parts, using mechanic's hand tools and gauges.
  • Mount motors in trucks and conduct operational tests.
  • Start motors and monitor performance for signs of malfunctioning, such as smoke, excessive vibration, or misfiring.
  • Document inspection and test results and work performed or to be performed.
  • Replace parts, such as gears, injectors, piston rings, or mainbearings, and reassemble engines.
  • Idle motors and observe thermometers to determine the effectiveness of cooling systems.
  • Set starter locks and align and repair steering or throttle controls, using gauges, screwdrivers, or wrenches.
  • Repair or rework parts, using machine tools such as lathes, mills, drills, or grinders.
  • Adjust and replace faulty wiring, using hand tools and soldering irons.
  • All 20 trucks were Freightliner Century Class
Mechanic Apr 2010Mar 2011 Brains Motorsports Hendersonville, TN
  • Repair and replace damaged or worn parts.
  • Replaced and balanced new tires and wheels
  • Rotated tires and wheels
  • Installed custom suspension component
  • Clean, lubricate, and perform other routine maintenance work on equipment and vehicles.
  • Repair, rewire, and troubleshoot electrical systems.
  • Weld or solder broken parts and structural members, using electric or gas welders and soldering tools.
  • Used laser alignment lift to adjust suspension alignment
Mobile Diesel Technician Dec 2007Jun 2009 Road Ready Repair Millersville, TN
  • Worked with others to orchestrate a mobile repair service for tractor trailers all across central Tennessee and southern Kentucky.
  • Organized and maintained a mobile repair truck
  • On call 24/7 as well as working a regular shift daily
  • Diagnosed and repaired various types of problems on the side of the road
  • Use hand tools such as screwdrivers, pliers, wrenches, pressure gauges, and precision instruments, as well as power tools such as pneumatic wrenches, lathes, welding equipment, and jacks and hoists.
  • Inspect brake systems, steering mechanisms, wheel bearings, and other important parts to ensure that they are in proper operating condition.
  • Adjust and reline brakes, align wheels, tighten bolts and screws, and reassemble equipment.
  • Raise trucks, buses, and heavy parts or equipment using hydraulic jacks or hoists.
  • Perform routine maintenance such as changing oil, checking batteries, and lubricating equipment and machinery.
  • Attach test instruments to equipment, and read dials and gauges to diagnose malfunctions.
  • Rewire ignition systems, lights, and instrument panels.
  • Diagnose and repair vehicle heating and cooling systems.
  • Recondition and replace parts, pistons, bearings, gears, and valves.
  • Repair and adjust seats, doors, and windows, and install and repair accessories.
Machinist Dec 2005May 2007 Blum Inc. Stanley, NC
  • Calculate dimensions or tolerances, using instruments such as micrometers or vernier calipers.
  • Machine parts to specifications, using machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, shapers, or grinders.
  • Set up, adjust, or operate basic or specialized machine tools used to perform precision machining operations.
  • Align and secure holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, or materials onto machines.
  • Measure, examine, or test completed units to check for defects and ensure conformance to specifications, using precision instruments, such as micrometers.
  • Monitor the feed and speed of machines during the machining process.
  • Maintain machine tools in proper operational condition.
  • Study sample parts, blueprints, drawings, or engineering information to determine methods or sequences of operations needed to fabricate products.
  • Operate equipment to verify operational efficiency.
  • Diagnose machine tool malfunctions to determine need for adjustments or repairs.
  • Confer with engineering, supervisory, or manufacturing personnel to exchange technical information.
  • Lay out, measure, and mark metal stock to display placement of cuts.
  • Set up or operate metalworking, brazing, heat-treating, welding, or cutting equipment.
  • Confer with numerical control programmers to check and ensure that new programs or machinery will function properly and that output will meet specifications.
  • Separate scrap waste and related materials for reuse, recycling, or disposal.
  • Dismantle machines or equipment, using hand tools or power tools to examine parts for defects and replace defective parts where needed.
TLE Technician Jun 2004Apr 2005 Walmart Lincolnton, NC
  • Changed tires and balanced for reinstallation
  • Changed oil and filters
Automotive with Diesel Technology : Automotive with Diesel Technology Apr 2010 Nashville Auto Diesel College Nashville, TN
Nashville Auto Diesel College: Honor Student 2011

People also search for

School Bus Technician

Cherryville ,North Carolina

Carter Lee

Companies Worked For:

Gaston County Schools , PMC Gage

JobTitles Held:

School Bus Technician , CNC Machinist


Catonsville ,Maryland

Avery Ward

Companies Worked For:

Fleetpro Inc , In and Out Car Care

JobTitles Held:

Foreman , Service Manager

Crew Cheif

Los Angeles ,California

Jackson Thompson

Companies Worked For:

Limelite Restoration Services , SERVPRO Cleaning and Restoration Services

JobTitles Held:

Crew Cheif , Technician

Aggregate Hauler

San Antonio ,Texas

Isabella Reed

Companies Worked For:

SDT Trans Ph 916 792 1104 , Transilvania Trans Ph 210 854 2575

JobTitles Held:

Aggregate Hauler , Truck Driver

resume flower ad

About this resume

School Bus Technician FROM Cherryville , North Carolina RESUME

This is a resume for a School Bus Technician in Cherryville, North Carolina with experience working for such companies as Gaston County Schools and PMC Gage. The grade for this resume is 0 and is one of hundreds of School Bus Technician resumes available on our site for free. Use these resumes as templates to get help creating the best School Bus Technician resume.

School Attended
Nashville Auto Diesel College