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Diana Martins

/ Buchhaltung, Sekretariat
Planning, Strategy
10 Years
About Mechanic

Basic vehi­cle main­te­nance is a fun­da­men­tal part of a mechan­ic’s work in mod­ern indus­tri­al­ized coun­tries while in oth­ers they are only con­sult­ed when a vehi­cle is already show­ing signs of mal­func­tion. Pre­ven­ta­tive main­te­nance is also a fun­da­men­tal part of a mechan­ic’s job, but this is not pos­si­ble in the case of vehi­cles that are not reg­u­lar­ly main­tained by a mechan­ic. One mis­un­der­stood aspect of pre­ven­ta­tive main­te­nance is sched­uled replace­ment of var­i­ous parts, which occurs before fail­ure to avoid far more expen­sive damage.

Because this means that parts are replaced before any prob­lem is observed, many vehi­cle own­ers will not under­stand why the expense is nec­es­sary. With the rapid advance­ment in tech­nol­o­gy, the mechan­ic’s job has evolved from pure­ly mechan­i­cal, to include elec­tron­ic tech­nol­o­gy. Because vehi­cles today pos­sess com­plex com­put­er and elec­tron­ic sys­tems, mechan­ics need to have a broad­er base of knowl­edge than in the past. 
Professional Skills
70 %
Quick Repair
90 %
60 %
80 %

A strong com­mit­ment to all health and safe­ty guide­lines. Con­duct repairs aim­ing for max­i­mum reli­a­bil­i­ty. Trou­bleshoot report­ed prob­lems and resolve them in a time­ly. Per­form thor­ough main­te­nance on machin­ery, equip­ment. Clean and apply lubri­cants to machin­ery com­po­nents. Replen­ish flu­ids and com­po­nents of engines and machin­ery. A strong com­mit­ment to all health and safe­ty guide­lines. Pro­vide con­sul­ta­tion on cor­rect main­te­nance and pre­ven­ta­tive mea­sures to machine or vehi­cle users. Excel­lent knowl­edge of machin­ery and hydraulic.

Diversity of Expereince

Auto mechan­ics use com­put­er­ized diag­nos­tic tools to run tests, pow­er tools, and sev­er­al more com­mon tools to do their job. He or she may choose to spe­cial­ize in var­i­ous areas of auto mechan­ics. Exam­ples include brake repairs, air-con­di­tion­ing (which requires knowl­edge of gov­ern­ment reg­u­la­tions), trans­mis­sions, or front-end mechan­ics. In gen­er­al an auto mechan­ic changes, rotates or repairs tires, fix­es worn brake pads or wheel bear­ings, changes oil, gives tune-ups and com­pletes inspec­tions. They nor­mal­ly work full-time and often times work week­ends plus over­time. They are most­ly employed by pri­vate busi­ness­es or are self-employed. The risk of injury or ill­ness is high­er than aver­age in this occu­pa­tion due to heavy lift­ing, cuts, burns and oth­er causes.

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