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Electronics/Systems Technician Resume


Desired Industry: Electrician SpiderID: 74808
Desired Job Location: Chesapeake, Virginia Date Posted: 3/3/2015
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 40000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:

Performance-focused, systematic, and
hardworking professional, offering
comprehensive experience in electronics
operations, radar and

weapon management, strategic planning
and analysis, and personnel supervision;
combined with excellent troubleshooting
skills. Armed

with a solid reputation for driving
growth and creating long-term value by
initiating improvement efforts. Known
for recommending

innovative solutions and alternatives to
complex problems. Previously held Secret
Clearance, Defense Security Service
(DSS) and

National Agency Check (NAC).


Experience:

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

UNITED STATES NAVY (INTEGRATED WARFARE
SYSTEMS LABORATORY - IWSL)
SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN (TATILEK
TRAINING SERVICES, INC.) APR
2010–JUN 2012
Address: 4485 Danube Drive, King George,
VA 22485
Hours per Week: 40 Annual Salary:
$61,443.20
Supervisor: Randal Freely (May be
contacted) Contact No.: 540-653-
8229
SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN (CHUGACH
MCKINLEY, INC.) NOV 2002–APR 2010
Address: 15163 Dahlgren Road #204, King
George, VA 22485
Hours per Week: 40 Annual Salary:
$57,990.40
Supervisor: Randal Freely (May be
contacted) Contact No.: 540-653-
8229
- Set-up and organized Integrated
Warfare Systems Lab's (IWSL) technical
publication library.
- Used Navy's Technical Data
Management Information System (TDMIS) to
research, verify, and order technical
manuals for IWSL

tech library.
- Expertly performed the
operation, maintenance, and repair of
the following tactical systems,
switching systems, and power

conversion equipment:
- 400Hz Power Conversion Systems
- Aegis baselines, such as 3A.0.x,
5.x, 6.1.x, 6.3.x, 7.1.x, 7.1R.x, 8.x,
9.x, BMD 3.6.x, BMD 4.0.x; Aegis Display
Systems,

UYQ-21, UYQ-70; and Aegis Simulation
Test and Training System
- Cooperative Engagement
Coordination (CEC)
- Militarized Peripheral
Replacement System (MPRS™)
- New Generation Peripheral (NGP)
- Operational Readiness Test
System (ORTS)
- Peripheral Emulation Program
(PEP)
- Sabtech Military Equipment
Replacement System (SMILES™)
- APCON (Ethernet, Fiber), ASTARTE
(Fiber), MATRIX (Serial NTDS), NEMIS
(Serial/Parallel NTDS), XCOM (Ethernet,
Serial/Parallel

NTDS), and T-BAR (A/B Parallel NTDS)

UNITED STATES NAVY (AEGIS TRAINING AND
READINESS CENTER)
LAB OPERATOR | TECHNICIAN SEP
2000– JAN 2003
Address: Building 1520, ATRC
Quarterdeck, Dahlgren, VA 22448
Hours per Week: 40 Annual Salary:
$32,515.20
Supervisor: FCC (SW) Taylor Sale (Do Not
Contact) Contact No.: Not
Available
- Performed various roles as
operator, technician, and tester of all
baselines of AEGIS Weapon Systems (AWS),
which included

Matrix, A/B, and Fiber Optic Switching
Systems.
- Qualified and served as the
combat systems officer of the watch
(CSOOW), in charge of monitoring all
laboratory rooms,

building, and auxiliary, tactical
equipment, and system status during
holidays and weekends.



EARLIER CAREER

UNITED STATES NAVY (USS LABOON DDG 58)
LEADING PETTY OFFICER | OPERATOR |
TECHNICIAN MAY 1997–AUG 2000
Address: Naval Station Norfolk, VA
Hours per Week: 40 Annual Salary:
$26,935.20
Supervisor: FCC (SW) Alan Fite (Do Not
Contact) Contact No.: Not
Available
- Function as the leading petty
officer (LPO) for the Combat System
Department, providing expert oversight
to 70 personnel in

all aspects of maintenance, repair,
upgrade, and testing for all ship combat
equipment, including radar, gun, AEGIS
weapon, missile,

torpedo, sonar systems, and electronic
warfare.
- Assumed responsibility in
managing technical manuals, maintenance
and tactical procedures, and in-port and
at-sea technical,

tactical, and security force training
and qualifications assessment.
- Played a lead role as the
maintenance and material manager
coordinator, managing all combat system
equipment and system

repair, maintenance, upgrade, and
training.

LEADING PETTY OFFICER | WORKCENTER
SUPERVISOR | OPERATOR | TECHNICIAN
AUG 1992 – DEC 1996
Decommissioned, Dec 2004
Hours per Week: 40 Annual Salary:
$21,988.80
Supervisor: FCC (SW) Jeff Raby (Do Not
Contact) Contact No.: Not
Available
- Performed as the CF Division
LPO, leading 20 staff in efficiently
handling maintenance, repair, upgrade,
and testing of AEGIS

weapon systems.
- Led the installation and testing
of the Navy Smart Ship Program for the
Combat Systems Department.
- Directed the operations of five
personnel in all repair, maintenance,
testing, and upgrade functions for the
MK-99 Fire

Control System (FCS), MK-1 Operational
Readiness Test System (ORTS), and MK-72
400Hz Power Conversion System
- Oversaw the management of all
ship’s combat equipment within a
tactical environment.

UNITED STATES NAVY (GUIDED MISSILE
SCHOOLS COMMAND)
INSTRUCTOR | CURRICULUM DEVELOPER |
OPERATOR | TECHNICIAN AUG 1988 – OCT
1991
1912 Regulus Avenue, Virginia Beach, VA
23461
Hours per Week: 40 Annual Salary:
$17,384.40
Supervisor: FCCS (SW) Willets (Do Not
Contact) Contact No.: Not
Available
- Performed the following
qualified roles at various initiatives:
- Instructor, curriculum
developer, operator, and technician for
the AN/SPS-48E 3-D Search Radar School.
- Squad leader for the Dam Neck
Fleet Training Center Security Force.
- Auxiliary policeman in the
Virginia Beach Police Force.

UNITED STATES NAVY (USS LONG BEACH CGN9)
OPERATOR | TECHNICIAN AUG 1984 – JAN
1988
Decommissioned, May 1995
Hours per Week: 40 Annual Salary:
$12,722.40
Supervisor: FCCS (SW) Joe Ziber (Do Not
Contact) Contact No.: Not
Available
- Exemplified expertise as the
operator and technician of the AN/SPS-
48C 3-D Search Radar, member of the
Auxiliary Security

Force, and Fox Division Supply Petty
Officer.


Education:

EDUCATION

Associate of Science in Electronics
Technology, Oct 2002
Excelsior College – Albany, NY 12202

High School Diploma, Jun 1980
Lawrence D. Bell High School – Hurst, TX
76054


Affiliations:
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Skills:

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Procedural Writing and Program
Development
Technical Installation and Configuration
Military System Management
System and Equipment Administration
Enterprise Monitoring and Reporting
Regulatory Compliance and Standards
Cross-Functional Leadership and
Collaboration
Continuous Growth and Improvement


Additional Information:

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Naval Leadership (NAVLEAD) Course
AEGIS Weapon System MK 7 Operation and
Maintenance (CG 65 – 73/DDG) School
AEGIS Fundamentals, Fire Control System,
ORTS/400Hz Operation and Maintenance
School
Instructor (Group-Paced Instructor)
Course
Petty Officer First Class Leadership
AN/SPS-48E 3-D Radar Operation and
Maintenance School
AN/SPS-48C 3-D Radar Operation and
Maintenance School
Fire Control; Class A (Fire Controlman)
School
Basic Electricity and Electronics:
Modules 1-34 Self-Paced School



AWARDS AND HONORS

Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation
Navy “E” Ribbon (5)
Good Conduct Medal (5)
National Defense Service Medal (2)
Armed Forces Service Medal (2)
Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (5)
NATO Medal (2)
Navy Rifle Expert Medal


Reference:
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