Smart professional of multiple trades
I'm just going to tell you about me, and what I have to offer.
I am really good at doing math in my head. I had an A in physics, and passed the asvab test with flying colors.
I took and passed a few residential construction classes in high school. Then I worked in construction in Tennessee and in Florida from 20 till i was 23.
I grew up in a recording studio, and my dad was a luthier (guitar builder and designer). So at an early age I became familiar with electronics, networking, electronic repair, packaging and labeling high end guitars to be shipped.
By the time I was 18 I was proficient with windows & mac based operating systems, and the hardware aspect of it all. I know the ins and outs of Final Cut and Protools, along with several other softwares.
From there I went on to work at Fentress Auto Repair for a little while and learned about engines.
Well some time passed and I was still young, so I left after sometime. I wanted to see what else the world had to offer. So I traveled some.
After bouncing through a few temp jobs I was hired on full time at Ficosa, and was the top machine operator on my shift. We ran injection molded mirrors for almost every car company. This job required attention to detail, and the ability to learn and work the computer interface on these machines, and at times, repair the machine. I also worked the store of Terry Rogers Guitars as the manager for the time when I was at ficosa.
During this time I had really gotten a love for drag racing, so I was constantly building cars, fixing my cars, just pouring dollar after dollar into them for a little more torque. I was the type that would do the work myself rather than take it to someone. So I learned quite a bit more than I had known. At this point I decided I wanted to do something I enjoyed, that I could work at my own pace at and get paid.
So I left Ficosa and started working at SouthSide Muffler and Brake. It was a learning experience, and after I left there I went on to 1st Rate Auto, with much more automotive knowledge than I'd ever had before, and was making double what I'd made at the last shop.
Once there I became the person who always got the electrical problems. Usually I could fix it, sometimes I couldn't, but that was rare.
So i went to Sitel, and worked a few months on the Xfinity Comcast campaign, doing internet tech support, and then from there to USAA auto claims. So there I learned a lot about not only computers, and different types of data entry interfaces, but also how to speak to customers, and members and how to relate to them.
Since I have had to leave Sitel.
I'm looking for a job, one where I can use one of my current skill sets, or acquire a new one. I will work hard and do the job right, because I am very meticulous. I'm looking for job security, and seeking permanent employment.
Lindsey Michelle Rogers