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Electrical Technician Resume


Desired Industry: Electrician SpiderID: 19176
Desired Job Location: Fredericksburg, Virginia Date Posted: 2/20/2008
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 02/20/2008
Desired Wage: 45,000.
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
To obtain a position as an Electrical/Avionics Technician with a growing company. Obtain the opportunity to continue to learn and improve on my skills and abilities as a Technician transitioning from the Military to a Civilian profession


Experience:
April 2007 to February 2008 IMAC Inc. (Contract)
Maintenance Technician

• Mechanical construction industrial insulation and plant maintenance

February 2007 to April 2007 Total Western Inc. (Contract)
Maintenance Technician

• Provided quality mechanical, electrical and specialty maintenance services for refining, oil production, power and other industrial facilities.
• Maintenance services provided include long term supplemental maintenance, shutdown maintenance, and repairs & alterations to process equipment

November 2006 to January 2007 Matrix Services Inc. (Contract)
Maintenance Technician
• Routinely provided services to the refining, power, terminal, storage, petrochemical, chemical, gas, pulp and paper, steel, food and beverage, water, wastewater and transportation industries.
• Repair and maintenance services include:

o Turnarounds/outages• facility maintenance• boiler repair & maintenance• tank maintenance & repair• ASME code work• industrial cleaning• fabrication-steel, plate, piping• specialty tank products.

September 2006 to October 2006 Wilson Art International (Contract)
Production Worker

• Production worker, building wood counter table tops
• Typical duties include mold set-up and adjustment on molding and assembly repairs, equipment troubleshooting and minor repairs, quality checks, material handling including filling and emptying machine hoppers and grinders, housekeeping and operator instructions.
• To maintain machines in proper operation: To include verifying set-up parameters of process, as well as condition of machine. Verify all monitors are on and set to proper parameters.
• Trouble shooting of processing problems/defect.
• Setting molds, dies, etc., to conform to scheduled requirements, to include leaving the workstation clean and organized, with quality parts coming from the process, while minimizing downtime.
• Periodically (as set by the molding/assembly Mfg Leader) checking machine cycle time and yields are met, quality of parts coming from process, and overall consistency of process; Maintains set-up sheets; Maintaining production records for shift; Ensure last shot in capture for molds coming out of production.
• Performance of Preventive Maintenance

August 2005 to August 2006 Meiko Company - Nashville, TN
Electrical Technician

• Electrical builder, installer, and repair technician

September 2003 to June 2005 City of Springfield, TN
Crew worker

• Operate, or assists in operating, a variety of equipment, machinery, and tools used in department activities.
• Performed general maintenance tasks necessary to keep vehicles, equipment, buildings, and tools in operable condition.
• Monitored equipment operations to maintain efficiency and safety, reports faulty equipment.
• Follows safety procedures, utilizes safety equipment, and monitors work environment to ensure safety of employees and other individuals.
• Prepared, completed, receives, or processes various forms, reports, correspondence, or other documents.
• Communicated via telephone and/or two-way radio; provides information and assistance; takes/relays messages; responds to requests for service or assistance.

May 2000 to May 2003 US Navy/NAS Atlanta/NRC
Avionics Technician

• Trained in computers to support state-of-the-art equipment; power generators and power distribution systems to support aircraft electrical systems. Gained knowledge of the most up to date electrical wiring systems, tools, electrical components and installation procedures and practices.
• Classroom training- Emphasis on electrical code principles and the ability to apply those principles in a varied environment. Ability to install, connect, test and maintain electrical systems for a variety of purposes, which include climate control, security, communications, etc.
• Flight line training-working knowledge of the aircraft systems. This was achieved by a significant amount of hands-on exposure to the aircraft.

• Military Aircraft:
o A-4 Skyhawk• F-4 Phantom• Helicopters• CH-46 Sea Knight
Perform the following functions:
• Testing aircraft instruments and systems such as automatic flight controls, inertial navigation, and compass systems;
• Installing changes, alterations, and modifications to aircraft electronics systems;
• Performing micro-miniature module repair on computer circuit cards;
• Using a variety of electrical measuring and diagnostic equipment;
• Reading electrical system diagrams;
• Repairing and maintaining power generators and electric motors.
June 1990 to May 2000 US Navy/Oak Harbor, Washington
Avionics Technician

• Provide practical and formal on-the-job training to current and newly assigned personnel on aircraft electrical systems and safety. Responsible for assets in excess of $1.5 million dollars including parts, tools, and equipment. Responsible for the production of 25 aircraft Electricians and all electrical components on the Aircraft as Lead Electrician.

• Ability to read and interpret schematics, diagrams, and technical publications.

• Military Aircraft:
o A-6 intruder• EA-6B Prowler• A-4 Skyhawk• F-4 Phantom• Helicopters•
o CH-46 Sea Knight

• Worked with 110, 220, AC and 270 DC electrical systems. Voltage/speed regulating equipment, Solid-state controllers, Power, and lighting circuits, Electro-pneumatic systems, Electro-hydraulic systems, AC/DC equipment, Switchboard equipment, Motor and generator windings, and battery and support windings.

• Troubleshoot and repair some of the following complex electronic systems, employing the latest test equipment and procedures:

o Digital computers• fiber optics• infrared detection• radar systems• electricity generation systems• laser electronics• navigation systems• communications equipment• electrical power distribution• pressure indication systems• electric transformers and circuits.



Education:
• Miller Motte Technical College - Electrical System
• U.S. Navy Aviation Electrician Class “A” Technical School-
• General Science• arithmetic reasoning• word knowledge• paragraph comprehension• numerical operations• coding speed• auto and shop information• mathematics knowledge• mechanical comprehension• electronics information• assembly of object.
• U.S. Navy Electrical Connector Wire Bundle Repair School.
• U.S. Navy Basic Electronic Training.
• U.S. Navy Hazard Communication Training.
• U.S. Navy Supervisor, Management, and Leadership Training.
• Blueprint Reading. (Miller Motte/U.S. Navy)
• Electrical Troubleshooting. (U.S. Navy)
• U.S. Navy Electrical Test Instruments training
• U.S. Navy Drug, Alcohol, and Sexual Harassment Training. (required for personnel)
• U.S. Navy Electronic and Electrical Cable Assembly Maintenance training
• U.S. Navy Corrosion Control and Preventive Maintenance training


Skills:
• Ability to perform complex, analytical, electrical, and electronic trouble-shooting and fault isolation to identify deficiencies, problem areas and implement corrective action.
• Ability to operate a variety of general and unique automatic test equipment including voltmeters, oscilloscopes, and air pressure test sets.
• Ability to maintain electrical and mechanical components including ANTI-SKID, MA-1 compass, PIVOT-STAT tube systems supporting US Naval Aircraft both bench and on-site maintenance.
• Worked with 110, 220, AC and 270 DC
• Read electrical system diagrams.
• Perform inspections on aircraft systems to ensure highest level of system reliability and strict adherence to applicable specifications.


Additional Information:
• Eleven years of increasing responsibility as an Electrician.
• Six years of supervisory experience.
• Proven ability to work well with diverse groups of highly skilled technicians, often under pressure.
• Able to utilize numerous software packages and Unix-based programs for tracking parts, man-hours, and jobs – in progress.
• Ability to read and interpret schematics, diagrams, and technical publications.
• Tests, inspects, and directs repairs of a wide range of electrical and electronic circuits and components.


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