Power Generation Technician - Technical Maintenance (electrical mecha
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Power Generation Technician Resume


Desired Industry: Technical Maintenance (electrical/mechanical) SpiderID: 78348
Desired Job Location: San Antonio, Texas Date Posted: 11/12/2016
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:

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Angel Trejo
Power Generation Technician, 91D
SPC, United States Army
B CO, 121 CSH Unit, 15244
APO AP 96205
DSN: 315-737-2158
Email: angelrosastrejo@yahoo.com
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Objective: Self-motivated member of the United States Army with a record of achievement and proven leadership seeks the opportunity to apply my knowledge, skills, and abilities in a rewarding career field. Recognized as an accomplished power generation maintainer and wheeled vehicle mechanic, skilled in developing personnel and other leaders through the innovative use of training management principles and techniques.


Experience:

07/2016 - Present
Senior Mechanic / Technician (Army)
Duties (65th Medical Brigade, Korea): Senior Technician / Mechanic - performs maintenance and overhaul of power-generation equipment, internal combustion engines and associated equipment in mobile and stationary power plants. Supervises lower grade soldiers and provides technical guidance in the areas of field and sustainment level maintenance including servicing, troubleshooting and repairing power generation equipment up through 200KW. Also inspects and performs preventive maintenance, emergency generator set, wet-cell batteries inspection, and scheduled PM and safety inspections outlined in written procedures.
Supervisor: Michael Puente (82 - 8029 - 0420)

07/2015 - 07/2016
Digital Training Management System Tech. (Army)
Duties: (121st Combat Support Hospital, Korea): Processes, develops and maintains training records and personnel actions of a 137 member medical support company for the US Army Combat Support Hospital in South Korea. Montiors schedules and prepares unit for training, assist with personnel actions and scheduling of service school attendance. Operates the Digital Training Management System - the sole Army Program of Record for managing and scheduling of training. Conducted duties of Company Executive Officer when required for prolonged timeframe.
Supervisor: Kendall Briggins (82 -5769 - 1124)

07/2013 - 07/2015
Generator Mechanic / Supervisor (Army)
Duties (525th Military Intelligence Brigade, Fort Bragg, NC): Conducted and supervised power generation equipment services and field level maintenance. Specialized in complete overhaul of power generation sets up to 200kw for all system components to include: voltage regulators, relay switches, control circuits, internal engine combustion associated equipment.
Supervisor: Richard Cummings (910-748-2888)

11/2012 - 07/2013
Remote Site Maintenance Technician / Supervisor (Army)
Duties (519th Military Intelligence BN Fort Bragg, NC): Shop Foreman/Supervisor responsible for forward deployed (Operation Enduring Freedom) equipment and maintenance facility. Provided 24/7 routine, emergency, and preventative maintenance for all electronic systems, CCTV, and Tactical Operations Center associated equipment. Conducted maintenance for all organizational tactical vehicles and 3kw to 100 kw generators.
Supervisor: Lucas Simmons (910-768-9877)

07/2011 - 11/2012
Generator Mechanic (Army)
Duties (319th Military Intelligence BN Fort Bragg, NC):
Provided Generator Mechanic services while assigned to a 400 personnel Military Intelligence Battalion. Conducted Emergency, Routine, and Preventative Maintenance (PM) on a all assigned Generators from 3 kw to 100 kw. Power generating systems were responsible for maintaining mission of highly mobile Intelligence unit responsible for operating multiple systems that require up to 200 kw of generator power on a cyclic basis. Primary duty of high quality PM ensured no loss of mission for training and exercises.
Supervisor: Robert Gavinski (910-748-3494)
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04/2010 - 07/2011
Automotive (Wheeled Vehicle) Mechanic (Army)
Duties (29th Battalion Support CO Fort Bragg, NC): Served as US Army entry level wheeled vehicle mechanic for a Brigade Support Company while deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Repaired, maintained, and replaced components of multiple types wheeled vehicles, generators and associated equipment from a wide array of military units while operating in austere conductions.
Supervisor: Micheal J. Wiles (82-2876-2010)


Education:
High School Degree
US Army Military Occupational Specialty - 91D


Affiliations:
United States Armed Forces


Skills:
-Power Generation Equipment Repair Certification - MOS 91D
-Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic OJT
-Forklift Operator Certified/Licensed
-Five top truck license with trailer
-Fuel Handler Course Certified to distribute, manage and handle multiple fuel types/systems.
-HAZMAT Certified Hazardous Materials familiarization and safety in transportation
-COR - Contracting Officer Representative Course
-Combat Life Savers School, Advanced First Responder
-Warrior Basic Leaders Course



Additional Information:
Clearance - SECRET


Reference:
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