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Justin Parrott Phone: (905) 435-6152

4666 Old Simcoe St, Oshawa ON L1H 7K4 Email:

Mechanical Engineering Technology Diploma
(Graduating May 2016)
Durham College, Oshawa, ON
Cumulative GPA of 4.38 out of 5 (A equivalent) with Honour Roll every
Studied design elements, CAD and CAM skills, statistical controls, fluid systems
as well as precise measurements
High School Diploma
(Graduated June 2013)
cole Catholique Secondaire Saint-Charles Garnier, Whitby, ON
Certified bilingual French and English both written and verbally

Mature and professional with a strong commitment towards delivering exceptional

Managed a crew of thirty employees at the busiest McDonalds in Ontario for over
two years
Successfully trained over forty new employees, demonstrating leadership and
communication skills
Assisted customers in a pleasant, courteous manner. Customer satisfaction course has
been completed
Great at completing tasks in a timely fashion, and remain composed under stressful
Excellent flexibility, able to work hours according to the needs of the employer
Superior problem solving skills developed through education and field placement

Engineering Technician (field placement)
October 2015 Present
Kubota Canada Ltd, Markham, ON
Completed over 100 hours of field placement
Built and formatted an innovative online BOM system for dealerships across
Assisted other technicians in preparing equipment for cold weather testing

Successfully worked on projects independently and as a team

Justin Parrott Phone: (905) 435-6152

4666 Old Simcoe St, Oshawa ON L1H 7K4 Email:
Team Leader
September 2011 February 2016
McDonalds Canada, Whitby, ON
Managed and ensured quality service/product throughout the restaurant, even
during peak hours of business
Trained and thoroughly worked in every station of the store, allowing for
flexibility in scheduling and managing
Able to analyze and solve efficiency problems within the restaurant
Received employee of the month November 2014 for my dedication and hard
General Labor
April 2015-October 2015
Derks Family Landscaping, Oshawa, ON
Demonstrated hand-on capabilities by adapting to the changing job site
Safely used heavy equipment, including skid steers, backhoes and dump truck
Proven on site safety with power equipment and abilities to use this equipment to
create modern landscape art
Demonstrated punctuality and good work ethic

Troubleshooted and repaired robots in the machine shop for

First Robotics Canada
Led tours and answered prospective students questions during
the Fall open house at Durham College
Taught effective bowling techniques to youth at North End

References upon request

November 2015
October 2015