|Desired Industry: Technician
|Desired Job Location: Jacksonville, Florida
||Date Posted: 9/2/2014
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: February 2015
|Desired Wage: 52,000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience
||Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
|Highest Degree Attained: Other
||Willing to Relocate: No
Work in a technical field supervising technicians, or installing, maintaining and repairing sophisticated electronic equipment.
Lockheed Martin SURTASS 2009 - Present Provided high levels of essential and advanced electrical management for onboard ship surveillance, processing and communication systems. Responsible for monitoring and maintenance of the TL-29A Towed Array, Low Frequency Active/Compact Low Frequency Active (LFA/CLFA), Integrated Common Processing System (ICP), WSC-6 (SHF), WSC-3 (UHF) and URT-23 (HF) communications systems and the COMPOSE local area network (LAN). Managed the Electronic Key Management System (EKMS), Logistics and Maintenance Material Management (3M) systems.
Qualified as SURTASS Technical Advisor, Communications Technician, Array Technician, Processing System Technician, SOC Watch Stander, TL-29A Backdeck Supervisor, Winch Operator and Array Handler, LFA/CLFA Supervisor, Controls and Winch Operator and Track Technician.
Sailed 893 days with SURTASS.
Received, processed, and issued cryptologic equipment, publications, and keying material.
Safeguarded classified material in safes, computer systems, and vaults.
Maintained COMPOSE local area network, ensured all software updates and patches were compatible and in compliance with directives.
Coordinated and supervised MRR/MRA, encompassing complete material assessment of all mission essential systems and equipment and inventories of parts, publications and software essential to continued mission operations.
UNITED STATES NAVY
Various Locations 1983 - 2009
Provided high levels of essential and advanced electrical management for onboard ship firecontrol systems. Responsible for maintenance of shipboard RF transmitter equipment, four hundred hertz power conversion equipment, terminal homing fire control equipment, NATO Seasparrow Surface Missile System (NSSMS), MK 23 Target Acquisition System (TAS), Harpoon Weapon System and Advance Tomahawk Weapon Control System (ATWCS) operational readiness test monitoring. Supervised a team of 10 to 125 technical staff. Managed work orders, scheduling, maintenance logs, inventories, parts and supplies.
Handled inventory of 100+ classified documents and publications used to assist in troubleshooting.
Served as training team leader in charge of assigning qualifications to 10 to 125 people.
Designated combat systems coordinator while ship was underway, accountable for overseeing all warfare areas, monitoring all combat systems equipment, and maintaining logs.
Coordinated system baseline upgrades for NSSMS, TAS, Harpoon Weapon Systems and ATWCS equipment.
Coordinated the scheduling of maintenance for approximately 14,000 systems and pieces of equipment on a daily basis.
Coordinated, planned and supervised Ship Repair Availabilities (SRA), encompassing ship and Engineering Plant upgrades and refurbishment with an overall budget of approximately $3.5 million dollars. Liaison with Civilian Contractors and Military Repair Activity personnel.
5 Jan-30 Mar 2007, Thomas Edison State College, General Education, Trenton, NJ
15 Mar-13 Oct 1999, Coastline Community College, General Education, Fountain Valley, CA
6 Mar-19 Jun 1995, Central Texas College, General Education, Killeen, TX
Lockheed Martin Training
Host Based Security Systems (HBSS) (80 hours), 2011
Integrated Common Processing Systems (80 hours), 2009, 2010 and 2011
WSC-6 SHF System (80 hours), 2010 and 2011
EKMS Manager Course (120 hours), 2010
High Frequency Marine Mammal Mitigation (HFM3) (40 hours), 2010, 2011 and 2012
United States Naval Training
United States Navy Senior Enlisted Academy (240 hours), 2007
Shipboard Non-Tactical Automatic Data Processing Coordinator/Inspector Course (80 hours), 2005
Combat Systems Senior Enlisted Advisor Course (133 hours), 2003
Advance Tomahawk Weapon Control System Technician (120 hours), 2000
Enlisted Tactical Applications Course (80 hours), 1994
Self Defense Surface Missile Systems Technician (160 hours), 1993
Miniature Electronics Repair Technician (160 hours), 1988
Harpoon Weapon System Technician (440 hours), 1988
NATO Seasparrow Surface Missile System Technician, (2080 hours), 1987
Fire Control Technician A School, (920 hours), 1986
Basic Electricity and Electronics Modules 1-34, (400 hours), 1986
Note: All courses approved by the American Counsel on Education
Highly trained electronics technician with expertise in analyzing, maintaining, and repairing sophisticated equipment. Over 5 years at Lockheed Martin and over 10 years as Fire Controlman in U. S. Navy
In-depth knowledge of electrical and electronic interfaces with instrumentation, transmitters, receivers, power control and distribution, power supplies, system controllers, signal/data processors, peripheral I/O devices, and computer consoles.
Evaluate, calibrate, and service indicator and warning systems, and analog and digital input/output system devices.
Proficient at developing modifications and changes on electrical, electronic, instrument, and other integrated electrical systems.
Perform preventive and corrective maintenance on equipment, with excellent ability to read and understand schematics.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; service record of outstanding performance and integrity.
Active Top Secret/SCI Security Clearance.
Willing to travel in CONUS and internationally.
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