Motorcycle Mechanic Resume Sample

Updated on: September 6, 2016

Guidelines

Even if your career pattern is unfocused, your resume shouldn’t be. You can place your work experience under a “temporary service” head if this is the case.

Excessive job descriptions on a resume can also present a problem. There is absolutely no requirement to detail each and every experience that you have. Just focus on the ones that relate to the motorcycle mechanic position.

This is what is done in the motorcycle mechanic resume sample below:

 

Motorcycle Mechanic Resume Sample

 

Michael Jordon

185 Runnymede Lane | Summerville, SC 00885 | (000) 541-8544 | michjord @ email . com


 MOTORCYCLE MECHANIC

Summary: Technically-savvy Motorcycle Mechanic with 11+ years’ extensive experience in diagnosing, adjusting and repairing motorcycles, mopeds and dirt bikes. Physically dexterous and easily reachable individual who is known for dealing with customers in a friendly and helpful manner. Expert in inspecting motorcycle engines and diagnosing and repairing both two and four stroke engines.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

• Preventative Maintenance • Overhauling • Repair Estimations
• Test Drives • Diagnosis and Repair • TRC Standards
• Vehicle Inspection • Movement Efficiency • Frame Repairing
• Custom Bike Building • Fabrication • ATV Repair Support

KEY ACHIEVEMENTS
• Introduced custom bike building services, which increased clients’ interest in the facility
• Simultaneously handled advanced repair on 2 ATVs, 3 mopeds and a motorcycle, and delivered all of them on scheduled time
• Successfully straightened the frame of an ATV that had gone through a severe crash, saving the client $500 in advanced repair costs
• Laid down a specifications timeline system which assisted mechanics in handling both repair and maintenance work within deadlines

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Motorcycle Mechanic
Wrench Moto, Summerville, SC | 6/2011 – Present
• Confer with clients to determine their motorcycle repair and maintenance requirements
• Inquire into problems that clients are facing with their motorcycles, mopeds and ATVs and make correlating notes
• Inspect vehicles to determine which part is providing trouble and provide feedback to clients
• Estimate costs of each repair or maintenance module and provide clients with information on repair and / or maintenance timelines
• Listen to engine sounds and determine requirements for repair or replacement

Motorcycle Mechanic
ATY Co, Summerville, SC | 8/2005 – 6/2011
• Perform repair or replacement activities according to each vehicle’s requirement
• Repair and adjust subassemblies such as forks, transmissions, brakes or drive chains
• Dismantle engines and replace defective parts, and straighten frames as necessary
• Test drive repaired, overhauled or maintained motorcycles to ensure that they are properly running and are problem-free

Mechanic Apprentice
Hall’s Motorsports, Summerville, SC | | 2/205 – 8/2005

• Assisted in inspecting vehicles to determine problems and need for repairs and maintenance
• Provided support in dismantling engines to decipher running problems and constraints
• Connected test panels to engines and measured generator outputs and ignition timing
• Assembled and reassembled frames and assisted in reinstalling engines after repairs
• Hammered out dents and bends in frames and welded tears and breaks by using designated tools and equipment

EDUCATION
High School Diploma – 2003
Summerville Community School, Summerville, SC