Just like any engine that propels vehicles both on land and water, the repair and servicing of motorized boats for leisure water sport or fishing are regularly needed and are done by seasoned Motorboat Mechanics. You often find them working in marinas, outboard motor repair shops and as freelance mechanics.
Sample Motorboat Mechanic CV Template
John Henry G. Crane
Church St., Brighton, UK
To work as a Motorboat Mechanic for the major aquatic gear retailer or manufacturer civilian police or military
2002 – Present: Motorboat Mechanic, Wedgeboard Aquatic Technologies, Brighton
- Conduct troubleshooting of outboard and inboard motors of leisure and fishing boats as complained by owners and operators.
- Comply with the repair checklist from manufacturers and check with latest engineering bulletins that may apply with the motor model and make.
- Perform disassembly and repair of components and replace gaskets, rubber parts and other consumable renewable parts once repair in completed.
- Check to see if replacement parts are locally available and place orders with manufacturers or local distributors of equivalent parts
- Clean and scrape off barnacles and other sea-borne debris that may cause propellers to remain stuck.
- Inspect, repair, adjust or replace propeller blades and shafts
- Document repair work and parts replaced for proper billing and recording.
- Normal vision and color perception ability
- Excellent communications and interpersonal skills
1998 – 2002: Apprenticeship with community motor repair shops.
1994 – 1998: High School Diploma, Media Quest Community College
Can be provided upon request