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Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 60954
Desired Job Location: Yuma, Arizona Date Posted: 5/27/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Dynamic and innovative professional,
equipped with extensive years of
experience from diverse fields,
including management, construction,
equipment operations, and engineering
industry both in the military and
civilian settings. Armed with solid
communication and analytical skills,
keen attention to detail, sound
judgment, and ability to complete tasks
in a professional and efficient manner.
Offering broad and updated knowledge of
policies, procedures, equipment, and
materials and supplies related to
operation and maintenance. Effective in
working and relating to diverse people,
adapting to different cultures, and
providing innovative solutions. Highly
regarded for outstanding interpersonal
and organizational skills, with the
ability to multitask in fast-paced
environments. Proficient in Microsoft
Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
and Outlook), LabVIEW Module, AUT,
IMPACT 8.1- 10.1, Xilinx, and EDO.
Currently holds a DoD Secret Security
Clearance with eligibility for a Top
Secret Clearance.


Experience:
RELEVANT EXPERIENCE

JB Management/SRCTec - North Syracuse,
NY
FIELD ENGINEER / OEM SITE LEAD, Forward
Operating Base Sharana, Afghanistan
Oct 2009–Present
- Demonstrate unsurpassed skills
in fielding, installing,
troubleshooting, and repairing ECM
systems in the Operation Enduring
Freedom (OEF) theater.
- Take charge in testing
components of ECM systems as well as in
calibrating test equipment such as
spectrum analyzer, oscilloscope, and
signal generators.
- Conduct operation classes to
soldiers and EWOs; make use of in-depth
knowledge in handing out information
with regards to enemy TTPs along with
the proper use of devices to guarantee
proper use during combat and training
environment.
- Lead in installing ECM systems
on varied vehicle platforms, in loading
software, and reimaging test equipment
computers.
- Create daily and weekly reports
for PM CREW with discrepancies on
theater and numbers of systems installed
and repaired.
- Play a pivotal role in planning
and implementing logistical movement of
sensitive EW equipment in the OEF
theater to ensure that soldier deadlines
are met for EW support.
- Travel on convoys to areas with
no available EW support and accomplish
their mission.
- Fix battle-damaged components on
the system and perform daily ops checks
at fixed sites and vehicles.
Highlights
- Successfully modified the M916
V3 mount for the AO.
- Acquired an Oregon Stat Medal of
Commendation for an outstanding
professionalism.

Trax International Test Services - Yuma,
AZ
TEST VEHICLE OPERATOR STEP III Jul
2007–Oct 2009
- Functioned well in operating
various military vehicles; tracked and
wheeled vehicles; and developed and
captured test data; licensed on more
than 40 military vehicles.
- Ensured conformity with
technical manuals in performing vehicle
PMCS operations and troubleshoot vehicle
malfunctions.
- Acquired competency in testing
IED counter measurement systems
encompassing SPARK system, cyclone
system, and rhino system; RCIED systems
such as Duke V2, V3, CVRJ, Guardian, and
MMBJ; and on-board communication system,
including BFT, SINGARS, SATCOM, TACSAT,
and HARRIS radios.
- Made use of signal generators
while testing to make systems react to
collect test data; managed installations
of ECM systems of all military vehicle
platforms from M-1 to HMMWVs.
- Carried out OTA test on ECM
systems before and after testing and
compared pre-OTA and post-OTA to ensure
that systems met the specifications.
- Spearheaded training and
licensing of staff on equipment as well
as trained soldier fixing to deploy to
OIF and OEF theaters on new equipment;
conducted formal school house training
on MRAPS, Weapons, Bradley IFV, and
other systems on ground.



OTHER EXPERIENCE

Yuma County Water Users - Somerton, AZ
DITCH RIDER May 2005–Jul 2007

Franklins Tire and Suspension - Yuma, AZ
STORE MANAGER Feb 2004–May 2005

Monte Vista CO-OP - Alamosa, CO
ELEVATOR OPERATOR | TRUCK DRIVER
Jun 2002–Jan 2004

South Way Construction - Alamosa, CO
LOADER OPERATOR Mar 1998–Mar 2000



MILITARY EXPERIENCE

United States Army
MILITARY POLICE Mar 2000–Jul 2002


Education:
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS

Bachelor of Arts in Electrical
Engineering, On-Line (In Progress)
DeVry University

Professional Development:
Electronic Warfare Officer Course, OEM
School – SRCTec
Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)
Training
United States Army Basic Training
United States Army Military Police
School

CLASS A CDL WITH HAZMAT, TANKER AND
DOUBLE, AND TRIPLE ENDORSEMENTS
AMMO CERTIFICATION LEVEL 1 AND 2 |
LICENSED ON A VARIETY OF TRACKED AND
WHEELED MILITARY VEHICLES
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
ADMINISTRATION (OSHA) CERTIFIED ON
FORKLIFT UP TO 17K


Affiliations:
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Skills:
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Additional Information:
CAREER OVERVIEW

LEADERSHIP
- Effectively administered water
deliveries to valley farmers; billed
water appropriately; and encoded billing
and water measurements to Excel
spreadsheets to ensure accuracy in
records.
- Supervised day-to-day store
operations while providing expert
oversight to eight employees.
- Dynamically served as the OEM
site lead in FOB Sharana Afghanistan.
BUSINESS OPERATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT
- Utilized solid communication
skill in briefing generals and officers
regarding electronic warfare needs in
their area of operation (AO).
- Provided accurate measurement
for canal levels and keen monitoring of
gate flows; and operated dump trucks and
loaders when canals would break.
- Administered all reports and
calculated sales percentage.
- Managed daily bank deposits as
well as maintained and ordered for parts
and stocks; while also operating
vehicles as necessary.
TECHNICAL SKILLS | EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
- Handled repairing of electronic
warfare systems to card and component
levels.
- Performed AC systems recharging,
brake jobs, lift kit installations,
light engine work, and rebuilding of
several engine components.
- Took on various roles including
loading and unloading trucks hauling
grain, storing grains in silos, and
fumigate grains.
- Assumed responsibility in the
local feed deliveries and in hauling
fertilizers and chemicals.
- Took charge of repairing
tractors and trailers within the section
and on all systems as necessary.
- Efficiently served as the heavy
equipment operator for civil engineering
projects handling equipment such as Cat
992,988 loaders, Cat 770b dump trucks,
water trucks, and heavy haulers.


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