When you are working at a position such as that of a motorcycle mechanic, there is nothing more important than skills. The skills that you possess will determine if you will be favored by an employer or not. An amalgamation of personal attributes and job-related skills is what every employer wants in a new employee. You will be considered a good candidate for a job if the employer doesn’t have to spend too much time and resources in training you or polishing your skills.
Communicating your skills through a resume is imperative. How else do you expect a hiring manager to decipher what they are, or if you even possess them? Writing your skills in a resume gives you a chance to go through what you have written several times, before the hiring manager gets to see them. You cannot do the same if you are to verbally communicate your skills. Take good advantage of the resume skills section and place all related skills under this head.
You are doing yourself a great favor by collecting your skills and eloquently listing them in your resume. True, other parts of your resume will possess information of what your skills are as well, but you don’t want the hiring manager to go crazy looking for them. Instead, make sure that they are right there in front of him. Here is a list to help you:
• Highly skilled in mounting, balancing and checking mopeds, motorcycles and scooters to determine problems with engines and frames
• Talented in adjusting vehicle components according to specifications and ensuring that any requirements for repairs are noted and communicated to the client
• Special talent for replacing defective parts using a variety of relevant hand and power tools
• Track record of effectively repairing and adjusting motorcycle subassemblies and handling repairs on non-engine components
• Proven ability to efficiently dismantle engines and repair or replace defective parts such as magnetos and generators
• Hands-on experience in connecting test panels to engines to measure generator outputs and ignition timings
• Proficient in reassembling frames and reinstalling engines according to manufacturers’ specifications
• Adept at performing both preventative and general maintenance on 2 and 3 wheelers by following set code of instructions
• Documented success in removing dents from frameworks and effectively welding tears and breaks
• Competent in diagnosing and fixing mechanical, fuel and electronic problems in motorcycles, scooters and mopeds
• Qualified to troubleshoot problems with motorbike transmissions, knocking and shimmying, along with handling lubrication and detailing work