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Electronic Technician Resume


Desired Industry: Electrician SpiderID: 75621
Desired Job Location: Summerville, South Carolina Date Posted: 6/21/2015
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 60000
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: Yes


Objective:
Natural and hands-on leader, armed with
solid experience in repair, maintenance,
diagnosis, and upgrade of communication
and electronics system, equipment, and
devices. Demonstrate expertise in
facilitating training and instruction on
electronic and computer repair.
Exemplify effectiveness in managing and
developing top-performing staff to drive
the achievement of set-forth goals and
objectives. Display versatility in
adapting to highly critical environment
without compromising service delivery
and work quality. Currently hold a
Department of Defense Secret Security
Clearance.


Experience:
Professional Experience

AECOM/AC First (Contract)
Communications and Electronics Inspector
~ Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan 2014–
Present

Lead efforts in driving quality output
improvement by increasing productivity
and decreasing non-production or rework,
which encompass rejection and sending
back of presented defective workmanship
and materials to the maintenance shops.
Conduct technical review of modification
proposals and manage valid proposals in
accordance with appropriate directives,
which include the following functions:
Processing of all customer work request
from the Production Planning and Control
(PPC) office
Verification and finalization of all
work requests prior to quality assurance
inspection
Closely monitor and evaluate the
development of technicians, while
ensuring timely coordination of
technical issue to shop supervisors.
Offer technical advisory and guidelines
to work center supervisors and
technicians, including training of 15
personnel on ground and aviator’s night
vision imaging system (ANVIS).
Visit diverse remote locations across
Afghanistan to assist in improving
overall unit’s performance, which
involve validation of all tasks to
guarantee the delivery of top-quality
products to customer.

Communications Field Engineer ~ Bagram
Airfield, Afghanistan 2013–2014

Assisted in training technician and
installer on diagnosis and correction of
complex systems and equipment problems
to guarantee proper execution of
established procedures.
Provided direct support- and general
support (DS/GS)-level maintenance and
repair on special electronic devices,
such as night vision equipment, mine
detectors, scattering systems,
electronic distance, and azimuth-
orienting devices.
Performed system repair and defective
component replacement, including
execution of bench test to check the
functionality of repaired equipment.
Carried out the evacuation of damaged
equipment and components to higher-level
repair activities; as well as execution
of preventive maintenance checks and
services on tools, test, measurements,
and diagnosis equipment and vehicles.
Communicated with designated personnel
on status updates for repair and
maintenance of both the Army War Reserve
Deployment System (AWARDS) and the
Standard Army Maintenance System
Enhanced (SAMS-E) systems.

United States Army
Computer Detection Repair Course
Instructor ~ Writer ~ Fort Gordon, GA,
USA 2010–2013

Facilitated two-year training of more
than 2,000 active duty, regular army,
reserve, national guard, and
international students mission-oriented
specialty using diverse instructional
techniques encompassing lecture,
seminar, conference and group
instruction, programmed instruction, and
multimedia instruction.
Educated students on repair of various
special electronic devices, which
included night vision devices (NVGs),
improved chemical agent detectors
(ICAMs), and automatic chemical agent
alarm, along with other courses, such as
computer literacy, computer repair, and
computer networks.
Provided comprehensive military training
and education to Department of Defense
(DoD) personnel.
Obtained zero safety violations through
close monitoring and inventory control
of equipment amounting to more than $1M.

Senior Special Electronic Device Repair
~ Fort Hood, TX, USA 2007–2010

Focused on ensuring the completion of
preventive maintenance on diagnosed
systems, communications security
(COMSEC), and communication equipment by
formulating and implementing standard
operating procedures (SOPs), as well as
organizing and delegating workloads.
Managed 20 personnel tasked to repair
and maintain more than 2,000 pieces of
equipment, including NVGs, global
positioning systems (GPS), and secured
radio systems.
Administered inventory control and
organization of more than $1M of
sensitive repair parts.
Rendered guidance and supervision to
personnel in charge of more than $11M
equipment, while guaranteeing adherence
to state, federal, and Occupational
Health and Safety Act (OHSA) standards.
Executed thorough analysis of hazards in
an OCONUS (Iraq) to verify compliance
with laws, regulations, and standards.
Successfully achieved goals within a
high-stress environment through
identification and resolution of complex
problems.

Senior Special Electronic Device Repair
~ Darmstadt, Germany 2005–2007
Served as a counter remote controlled
improvised explosive device (RCIED)
electronic warfare (CREW) system
supervisor responsible for managing and
training more than 500 users on
operations and system principles.
Performed repair of system equipment and
subassemblies.
Conducted inspection and testing of more
than 300 pieces of equipment to identify
readiness for deployment which aided in
saving lives and ensured 100%
functionality on all tasks and missions.
Partnered with OIFNET Corporation in
securing Internet service across Al Asad
Air Base that brought significant
improvement to the morale of more than
5,000 military service members.

Wire Systems Repair Specialist ~ Fort
Richardson, AK, USA 2002–2005

Leveraged technical competency in
facilitating training and supervising
field and sustainment-level maintenance
and repair of various equipment and
instruments, such as microcomputers and
electromechanical telecommunications
equipment, field artillery (FA) digital
devices, GPS receivers, switchboards,
and telephones.
Offered continuous guidance and
mentorship to subordinates to ensure
seamless flow of information, as well as
to drive operational efficiency.
Acted as section supervisor of five
technicians accountable for field
sustainment support and provision of the
services as follows:
Completion of 550 work orders in
preparation of 4th Battalion, 23D
Infantry Regiment deployment to
Operation Iraqi Freedom
Accomplishment of technical inspections
and repair of more than 2,000 pieces of
equipment in a 22-day time frame
supporting 1/501st Airborne Task Force
for Operation Enduring Freedom


Education:
Associate of Arts in Interdisciplinary
Studies: 2011 ~ Central Texas College,
Killeen, TX


Affiliations:
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Skills:
Problem Analysis and Resolution ~
Continuous Process Improvement
Cable Fabrication ~ Computer
Troubleshooting and Repair ~ Personnel
Training and Management
Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration and
Leadership ~ Regulatory Compliance ~
Strategic Planning and Implementation


Additional Information:
Certifications

Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) HAZWOPER Certified
Certified Adult Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation and Automated External
Defibrillator



Professional Development

New Horizons Computer Learning Center:
A+ ~ Network + ~ Windows XP Professional
Administration
Managing and Maintaining Windows Server
2003 Environment ~ Windows Server 2003
Network Infrastructure

Manager Development Course ~ Root Cause
Analysis Course ~ Army Basic Instructor
Course
Wire System Repair ~ Test Development
Workshop ~ Systems Approach to Training
Workshop
Hazardous Material Driver Training
Course ~ Nuclear, Biological, and
Chemical Defense Course
Supervisor Development Course ~
Kaizen/Process Management Course ~
Action Officer Development Course
Basic Non-Commissioned Officers Course ~
Primary Leadership Development Course ~
Unit Armorers Course
Testing, Measurement, Diagnostic, and
Equipment Support Coordinator Training ~
Wire System Repairer Course



Technical Acumen

Microsoft Office Suite (Word,
PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel) ~
Internet Explorer
Microwave Test Equipment ~ Voice
Intercom Systems


Reference:
Available upon request.


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