Tire Builder Resume Example

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Greg Mcdaniel

1490 Coal Road

Harrisburg, PA 17109



Job Objective I aim to secure a Tire Builder within a growing company in which I can utilize my training and skills.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Highly experienced in tire fabrication, repair and rebuilding tasks
  • Sound knowledge of vulcanization, recapping and retreading processes
  • Extensive knowledge of raw materials and tools used for building tires
  • Familiarity with tire production methods, costs and quality control activities
  • Ability to hold, assemble and work with very small objects, carefully
  • Ability to maneuver equipments and regulatetheir controls, in a proper and effective manner

Professional Experience:

Tire Builder

Mitas Tires North America, Inc., Harrisburg, PA

August 2012 – Present


  • Interpreted and followed given work order, instructions and charts to identify mold size requirements and build tires.
  • Attached plies onto buffed tire casing and applied rubber cement between them.
  • Moved and put rebuilt-casing in mold for vulcanization process.
  • Installed inner tubes and attached final layers of rubber onto tires.
  • Removed excess rubber and filled cracks and holes in tires.
  • Assisted with cleaning and painting of all completed tires, in an efficient manner.

Tire Builder

Discount Tire, Harrisburg, PA

May 2009 – July 2012


  • Constructed, repaired and rebuilt tires on collapsible drum device.
  • Rolled specified numbers of plies around rotating drums, to form tire bodies.
  • Revolved drums, with the help of rollers, to attach tread with plies.
  • Aligned and rolled treads onto plies to rebuilt tire casing, as required.
  • Pressed prefabricated beads onto plies, with the help of bead setters.
  • Assisted with preventive and corrective maintenance of all assigned equipments, in a routine manner.


High School Diploma

Waterloo High School, Waterloo, IL

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