A good resume for industrial mechanic position is not one that is full of information but one that is full of “usable” information.
By usable, we mean facts and figures that a hiring manager can use to decide if you are worth an interview.
Writing a resume is not a tough thing to do if you know the basics. First things first – the format.
Here is one that you can use:
Industrial Mechanic Resume Sample
15 Lilac Avenue, Aurora, SD 28564
(000) 965-5245 | c.jun @ email . com
Dedicated, resourceful Industrial Mechanic with 12 years of extensive experience in analyzing machine error messages and analyzing test results to ensure that assigned machinery runs in an efficient manner. Highly skilled in examining parts for defects and providing viable solutions to ensure consistently running systems.
Careful and meticulous, observes and tests the operation of machinery and equipment in order to diagnose malfunctions. Reassembles equipment after completion of inspections, testing and repair functions.
Focused on minimizing machine downtime, by ensuring implementation of core preventative maintenance programs
|✓ Malfunction Detection||✓ Preventative Maintenance||✓ Motor Wiring|
|✓ Diagnostic Testing||✓ Calibration||✓ Problem Detection|
|✓ Troubleshooting||✓ Parts Alignment||✓ Inventory Management|
|✓ Fabrication||✓ Equipment Assembly||✓ Component Replacement|
Some Company, Aurora, SD | 2011 – Present
• Work as assigned on plant equipment and machines by ensuring that mechanical protocols are followed
• Troubleshoot and repair electrical equipment, by following manufacturers’ manuals and schematics
• Use both hand and power tools, nuts, bolts and washers to complete repair tasks
• Perform both preventative and regular maintenance on machines and machine parts
• Fabricated an entire machine part from available resources, for an emergent replacement procedure
• Introduced the concept of preventative maintenance on machines, increasing their functionality 35%
Trinity Industries, Aurora, SD | 2011 – Present
• Ensured good working order of all pumps, motors and mechanical process equipment
• Determined problems associated with machine operations and order replacement parts
• Ascertained that all safety rules and regulations were followed to ensure self and machine safety
• Created and maintained logs of all repair and maintenance work performed on machines and parts
• Successfully performed repair on a large machinery part, with a downtime of only 3 minutes
• Troubleshot a particularly difficult to repair machine issue, within the provided timeline
DCP Midstream, Aurora, SD | 2005 – 2011
• Ascertained that all tools and supplies required for mechanical repair was made available to mechanics
• Arranged for both predictive and regular maintenance activities to be performed on a regular basis
• Assisted mechanics in pulling machinery and machine parts apart to troubleshoot them
• Repaired and replaced defective parts and ensured that new ones were in good working condition
• Provided assistance in moving machinery and equipment between destinations
Associate of Science in Industrial Engineering
Aurora Technical College, Aurora, SD | 2003