• Jacqueline S
  • Secondary Teacher, Laboratory Assistant, Fitter and Turner, ... more
  • Last/current workplace: Aurizon, Callemondah and Jilalan Locomotive Depot
  • 53 years old from Sarina Range, QLD

Introduction

Although I have not worked as Laboratory Technician in the Mining Industry, I have had to take and prepare samples and record results. As a Secondary Science Teacher and prior to that as a Laboratory Technician, I was required to enter data, handle samples, prepare and use various chemicals in my daily work. In my current position I am already working a shift roster and are at times required to collect and conduct simple analysis on various samples. I hold a current Drivers Licence and reliable transport and would only need to give my current employer one fortnight notice. I am a highly motivated and organised individual who is sincere, reliable and prepared to deal with difficult issues. Some of my most effective working skills include my ability to deal with pressure and multi-task with a positive and flexible attitude and turning a hand to any new challenge. I take pride in my ability to conduct all relationships in a highly professional and ethical manner whilst displaying my enjoyment of people and the work in which I am involved. A proactive team member who can also work independently, I always aim to go above and beyond my set duties to ensure the best is in place to allow the organisation to function as efficiently as possible In all my roles, I am accustomed to working in an environment where accuracy and attention to detail are essential. These positions have required a high degree of professionalism, maturity, loyalty, and the ability to communicate effectively at all levels. I enjoy structure in my daily routine, however, I am able to adapt to, implement and embrace change. My approach to tasks is methodical and I possess an analytical mind for problem solving.

Employment History

  • Aurizon, Callemondah and Jilalan Locomotive Depot

    • Jan 2013 - Current
    Mechanical Fitter Apprenticeship (21/1/13 - current) Aurizon, Callemondah and Jilalan Locomotive Depot, Sarina • Under supervision of a Tradesman - competency based(see transcript and assessment result for current status) o Use of tools, machines, equipment and engineering techniques to maintain and repair mechanical plant and equipment to operational standards. o Identification of defect or worn mechanical components or equipment, repair/replacement of worn/faulty components or equipment, and modifications. o Repair or manufacture parts using general application of workshop machines including lathes, milling, drilling machines, Thermal heating and cutting and welding equipment. o Use specialist measuring equipment and a range of hand tools, and work from detailed drawings
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    Bill Robertson Toyota

    • Apr 2012 - Dec 2012
    Service Advisor/Parts Interpreter (15/4/12 - 12/12/12) Bill Robertson Toyota, Gladstone • Talk to customers to find out their exact needs and identify the make, model and variations of motor vehicles and automotive equipment • Check computer databases to identify and locate the source of required parts and recommend parts to customers • Receive orders for parts and order parts from warehouse and external suppliers • Prepare invoices and other finance arrangements for the sale of stock • Calculate tax, discounts and prices, process cash/credit transactions • Collect, pack, dispatch and deliver ordered parts • Keep sales and stock records; participate in stocktaking and update computer data; set up merchandise displays. • Ascertain automotive problems and services; develop estimates by costing materials, supplies, and labour • Verify warranty and service contract coverage by examining records and papers; explaining provisions and exclusions; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments. • Prepare repair orders (RO) by describing symptoms, problems, and causes, as well as repairs and services required; entering RO into service database system; maintain automotive records by recording problems and corrective actions planned. • Maintain rapport by explaining estimates and expected return of vehicle; obtaining customer's approval of estimates; obtaining and providing contact numbers; answering questions and concerns; arranging temporary

Skills

  • Heavy Lifting
  • Technician
  • Maintenance Fitter
  • Warehousing
  • Order Pick Packing
  • Maintenance
  • Sales Assistant
  • Freight Distribution
  • Stocking and Inventory
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Communication Skills
  • Secondary School Teaching
  • Other

Certificates

  • Bachelor of Education
  • Forklift Licence

Education History

  • Blackheath and Thornburgh College

    • Jan 2006 - Mar 2012
    transportation. • Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading manufacturers' publications. Teacher (20/01/2006 to 30/3/2012) - Education Queensland, Blackheath and Thornburgh College • Plan and provide daily, a quality and up to date work environment. • Create positive, inclusive and non-discriminatory relationships; establish effective management routines and standards. 1 • Design and implement appropriate assessment programs, monitor and report on consumer progress. • Document consumer progress and success by creating and maintaining accurate profiles. • Work collaboratively with colleagues; organise and contribute to service related activities. • Share expertise with other staff members and participate in professional development activities. • Keeping abreast of statutory requirements expressed by related professional bodies. • Submit overviews and plans to Coordinators or Supervisors as requested. • Keep accurate records of consumer presence. • Use Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) to enhance delivery and service, continue with the development of ICT skills as technologies evolve, and create and evaluate ITC and online resources for the purposes of enriching the service/product. • Attend staff meetings and participate in appraisal process. • Liaise with support staff in the implementation and assessment of service/product. • Be an active member of relevant professional associations. • Support collegial learning by acting as a mentor/trainer/supervisor/co-ordinator.