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Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 46690
Desired Job Location: killeen, Texas Date Posted: 12/16/2010
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 01 January 2011
Desired Wage: $65K
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Desired Industry: Field Service Engineer/Project Management
Desired Job Location: Texas Date Posted:12/16/2010
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 01 January 2011
Desired Wage: Negotiable U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 25 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes
Highest Degree Attained: Associates in Arts Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
I am writing this cover letter today to introduce myself. I have 25+ years of Engineering Project Planning, estimating and executing RTCA testing for the U.S. Army Operational Test Command. Test instrumentation system design and project planning, management, and execution are my areas of expertise. I’m considering other career opportunities and I believe my experience, skills and goals would be compatible with your companies’ future goals. I understand the importance of working as a team to achieve a goal with the desired effect being a “satisfied customer”. I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss common goals and my compatibility with your companies’ requirements.

I'm available, to meet, Mondays thru Friday between 9:00am and 9:00 pm. Please contact me at (254) 702-7955 or e-mail me at tx2tall@aol.com to confirm an appointment. Thank you for considering my cover letter.

Best regards,

Lawrence Giansanti


Experience:
Experience:

US ARMY OPERATIONAL TEST COMMAND, Ft. Hood, TX 1997 – Present

KRATOS-Digital Fusion Incorporated
Systems Engineer 2007- Present
Provide engineering and project management services for the development of technical design specifications/requirements, systems integration and system life cycle design for data collection instrumentation suites.
• Independently evaluates, selects, and applies standard engineering techniques, procedures and criteria, using judgment in making adaptations and modifications.
• Plans, schedules, conducts/coordinates a part of a major project or for a total project of moderate scope, including: specification of hardware and software design requirements, to include resolution of conflicting designs; end item performance and cost control.
• Maintains knowledge of operational status of contract hardware and software for test planning and maintains associated documentation.
• Provides instrumentation training annually for approximately 10 technicians per year or as required.
• Prepares test plans, conducts tests/demonstrations and prepares reports, including Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM), for hardware and software test candidates.
Electronic Warfare Associates Services
Systems Engineer 2000 - 2007
• Player Unit Systems Engineer for Operational Test Tactical Engagement System (OT TES) for U.S. Army Operational Test Command (OTC).
• Responsible for player unit system upgrades and the integration of peripheral instrumentation to function with the baseline and test specific instrumentation.
• Includes all hardware, cabling, firmware, and software upgrades / modifications.
Comarco Corporation
Systems Engineer 1997 - 2000
• Responsible for the assembly and activation of firmware development laboratory.
• Develop, modify, and integrate currently operational RTCA systems with future needs of Operational Test Command and U.S. Army systems under development.

US ARMY OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION COMMAND, Fort Hunter-Ligget, CA 1986 - 1997

Computer Sciences Corporation
Senior Engineering Technician 1995-1997
• Construct, modifies, and test analog and digital prototype circuitry and components to engineer design specifications and revisions in a laboratory environment.
• Technical support of the Engineering Division in the development of unique instrumentation used for the development, testing, and operational fielding of prototype weapons and tactics for the U.S. Army
Maintenance Technician 1992-1995
• Responsible for the fabrication, modification, testing and repair of unique and commercial instrumentation used to support the mission of the Test and Experimentation Command (TEXCOM) U.S. Army.
• Duties included but not limited to maintenance, modification and repair of video systems, microprocessor interface systems, laser and detection systems, radar, telemetry, GPS and all associated cabling.
Field Maintenance Technician 1990-1992
• Install, test, troubleshoot, repair and maintain instrumentation systems interfaced with required military players for RTCA war games.
• Systems include man portable, utility vehicle, armor, helicopters and fixed wing aircraft. Required working knowledge of all player electronics as well as optics and fire control systems.
Planning Research Corporation,
Senior Laser Technician 1986 1990
• Responsible for the modification, alignment, maintenance and repair of Scientific Support Laboratory laser inventory; 3w to 300w lasers, used as direct fire simulators.
• Fabricate, modify, test and repair all instrumentation in the shop as well as installation and maintenance of instrumentation on "players" during real time testing,

United States Marine Corps 1977 1986

Electronics Maintenance Co. Camp Pendleton, CA.
Radio Repair Technician 1982-1986
• SGT.(E 5) Responsible for the maintenance and repair of full spectrum of AM, FM, VHF, UHF, HF and MW communications equipment(Portable, vehicle mounted, and airborne.)Used by the USMC.
• Scheduled and supervised junior Marines in the shop and during field exercises. .
Second Reconnaissance Bn, Camp Lejune, NC
Reconnaissance Radio Operator 1977-1982
• Operate and first echelon repairs of all RF systems in the USMC inventory, with emphasis on secure communications, intelligence gathering, accurate and timely relay of observations


Education:
.C. Communications Electronics School, Twenty nine Palms, Ca 1982 1983 Communications Repair Technician
• U.S.M.C. Field Skills Training School, Camp Pendleton, Ca 1978 Advanced Radio Operator Certificate
• U.S. Navy Avionics Electronics School, NAS Memphis, Millington, TN 1978 Aircraft Fundamentals and Aviation Electronics
• Miami Dade Community College, School of Design, Miami, Fl 1975 1977 Architectural Drafting and Design, Associate in Arts


Skills:
Professional:
• 25 years experience in the pre-task coordination with test evaluators and engineers.
• Task Implementation Plan (TIP) preparation and oral presentation, cost/ schedule and requirements changes, technical team management, cost/ schedule tracking, weapons systems developer coordination, system under test (SUT) access coordination, procurement, fabrication, and motivation. Development of instrumentation package concepts, Engineering evaluation and analysis of SUT, system integration of instrumentation package (Air Worthiness Reports and Safety Releases), data requirements definitions, data reduction system design. Gantt charts, block diagrams, bill of materials, instrumentation manuals, project status reporting, design reviews, develop test plans, execute bench, field, and integration tests, develop test reports, commodity management, instrumentation planning, field support, data analysis, test management.
• Windows Office 2007 WORD, EXCEL, PROJECT, VISIO, POWER POINT.
• Possess specialized skills in such areas as maintenance and repair, test and evaluation, fabrication and production, and design and development in either electrical, mechanical or software engineering.
• Familiarity with Army weapons systems components, including: Combat Net Radio systems, Global Positioning Systems, inter-vehicular data buses, weapons systems sight optics, and embedded computer systems.
• The ability to react to short-fused requirements, work independently, and function as the technical liaison to between individuals of diverse technical abilities is required.
• Knowledge of military structure and protocol.


Additional Information:
Clearance:
• Secret Issued by Defense Industry Security Office (DISCO) 1992
- Periodic Renewal Issued April 2005


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