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education completed: associates

Recently retired and feeling no pain with my current successful businesses. My time is my own, so I may want something part-time and starting after 10 a.m. daily. Just exploring my options and seeing if there is something that might hold my interest, or different, that I might enjoy, maybe as a supervisor in a technical field.

I have an A.S. degree in Electronics. Most of my employment background was in a light industrial setting in Maintenance as an Electronics Technician (18 years) with three pages of machine classes I was sent to during that time. Programming training in Allen Bradley PLC 500 ladder logic was one of them.

I had a stint as a Building Maintenance Mechanic (5 years) working with HVAC, plumbing, electrical, general contracting, security electrical, light industrial vehicles (forklifts and tow motors) and HAZMAT training. I acted as a temporary supervisor a few times. I am a very accomplished forklift operator, am 5 Ton Stake Truck qualified, and have a clear driving record. Very good material fabricator, and I know how to turn a wrench.

I am fascinated by battery technology, old, new, and bleeding edge. I have an interest in meteorology, science, technology, and can speak competently to a myriad of topics.

I have great communication skills and enjoy being a team player, and team builder. A true people person.
I'm definitely tired of being the "Lone Ranger" for solutions. I'm looking forward to being part of a team.

I have years experience as a motorcycle driving instructor.

As far a recreation, I enjoy Off-road 4x4, dual sport motorcycles, mountain style snowmobiles, and jet ski adventuring.

I might like to try my hand at being a guide for the above, and am willing to travel.

An outdoorsy jack-of-all-trades.

I am a veteran.

Please reply by email so my cell phone doesn't get hammered with bot calls. Put Rodger in the subject line so I know you aren't a bot. Thanks
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