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Desired Industry: Automotive/Mechanic SpiderID: 16791
Desired Job Location: Killeen, Texas Date Posted: 11/5/2007
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 1 Jan 2008
Desired Wage: 65,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Undecided


Results-driven, solutions-focused Bradley Vehicle Mechanic eager to contribute extensive Maintenance, Field Servicing/Repair and Supervisory talents toward supporting initiatives to ensure maintenance posture of vehicle readiness contracts and missions are efficiently and cost-effectively achieved


BAE Systems 2005-Current
Bradley Field Service Technician, Kuwait; 2007-Present
Bradley Field Service Representative, Germany; 2007
Bradley Mechanic, Ft. Hood, TX; 2007
Bradley Field Service Representative, Iraq; 2006
• Facilitate comprehensive inspections of inbound Bradley Fighting Vehicles returning from Iraq in preparation for redeployment to US for overhauls and repairs, with ultimate goal of re-issuing quality equipment to US Army in support of military campaigns
• Relied upon to provide expert maintenance advise and support to ITT Corporation, Army Commanders, maintenance personnel, and related stakeholders on cost saving strategies, battle damage issues and routine repair processes
• Provide senior staff with weekly reports using PDA, MS Word and Excel technologies
• Serving in the capacity of Lead Turret Section Mechanic, 2007, led 4-member team of mechanics during Alpha 1-6 Infantry Company Reset Program
• Have overseen troubleshooting, diagnosis and repair of Bradley Vehicles as part of Leave Behind Equipment Program
• In the capacity of Administrative Clerk to Project Manager of M113 Up Armor Program, coordinated reporting 57 Turkish workers as well as 27 BAE employees in support of Operation "Armor"dillo in Iraq
Weapon Systems Lead, Ft. Riley, KS; 2005-2006
 Demonstrated strong analytical and troubleshooting skills in inspecting, disassembling and overhauling weapons, including overhauling 86 chain guns during Bradley Reset; validated 100% combat-readiness in vehicles post-issue to US Army

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United States Army 1990-2005
Senior Maintenance Supervisor (1997-2005)
Transportation Battalion Motor Sergeant, Germany; 2003-2005
Battery Motor Sergeant, Ft. Lewis ,WA; 2001-2003
Company Motor Sergeant, Ft. Lewis, WA; 2000-2001
Shop Foreman, Ft. Stewart, GA; 1998-2000
Battery Motor Sergeant, Platoon Sergeant, Korea; 1997-1998
 Held progressive maintenance supervisory positions, applying extensive knowledge of operations toward optimizing truck/equipment maintenance, playing an instrumental role in maintaining critical mission readiness
 Led as many as 45 Mechanics to efficiently maintain up to 240 each M915A3 trucks and affiliated equipment in support of 5 transportation companies and 2 detachments; facilitated staff training, performance evaluations and disciplinary actions
 Strategically created and administered Mechanized Infantry, Combat Engineers and Air Defense Artillery maintenance programs
 Successfully devised and implemented maintenance Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) instrumental to boosting productivity, efficiency and quality of operations
 Entrusted with personal accountability for steering quality assurance and control of Class II and IX repair parts to maximize cost-effectiveness
 Directed maintenance program of US Army’s sole Wheeled Combat Engineer Battalion, 2000-2001
 Specifically selected to support maintenance of Air Defense assets protecting Sea-Tac INTL Airport, within 3 hours after 9/11 attacks
 Over the course of 10 years, managed equipment ranging from Bradley Vehicles to Light/Medium Tactical Vehicles
 Gained solid background in Army Maintenance Management System
 Concurrently held accountability for the health, welfare and discipline of 130 soldiers
 Varied Maintenance Positions, 1990-1997



Automotive Service Excellence(ASE)
Advanced Maintenance, US Army Ordnance Center
Specialized Automotive/Electrical, US Army Mechanical Maintenance Academy
Maintenance Management, US Logistics Management College
Combat Vehicle Maintenance, Army Continuing Education Correspondence Program
Tactical Vehicle Operator/Instructor Course, Army Master Driver Program
Special Forces LNO, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center

Senior Maintenance Leader Development Honor Graduate: Advanced Noncommissioned Officer
Maintenance Leader Development

Honor Graduate: Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course
Junior Leader Development, Professional Leadership Development Course
Certified Personal Trainer, Army Master Fitness Program

Member, Veterans of Foreign Wars

 Military trained and experienced Bradley Turret Mechanic(45T), Bradley Systems Mechanic(63T) and Light Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (63B); experience in broad range of vehicles/equipment including, among others, M2/M3/M6/M7 Bradley Fighting Vehicle and Turret, Light and Medium Tactical Wheeled Vehicles, M113 Armored Personnel Carrier Family, and M88A1 Recovery Vehicle as well as 25MM Bushmaster Chain Gun, TOW Missile and sub-systems, and weapon control systems
 Dynamic troubleshooting, problem isolation, maintenance, and repair skills with extensive knowledge of engines, drive trains, suspensions, multi-fuel engines, and electrical and charging systems
 Effectively develop and administer proactive maintenance programs, as well as standard operating procedures, vital to optimizing productivity, efficiency, quality, and cost-effectiveness
 Successfully train, coordinate and lead top-performing teams
 Recognized as subject matter expert and key contact in maintenance program issues
 Certified Master Driver Instructor qualified to facilitate training in operator-level maintenance, preventative maintenance, servicing, and safe operation of Bradley vehicles, most tracked vehicles and various wheeled vehicles; trained over 600 soldiers, 1997-2005
 Consistently drive operations to achieve Commendable Maintenance Inspection Ratings
 Proficient in reading/interpreting schematics, IAW technical manuals and drawings, using Test measuring Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) and ensuring compliance with regulatory/safety standards and standard operating procedures (SOPs)
 Solid knowledge of SINGARS Radio and Internal Communication Systems,
 Extensive International background; possess a current US Passport

Additional Information:

Soldier’s Medal for Valor, 2004; Military Skills Champion, 2nd Infantry Division, 2001; Honorary Rank of Six Stars for Bravery, awarded by President of South Korea, 1998; Noncommissioned Officer of the Year, 1997-1998 (2 times); Mechanic of the Year, 1st Infantry Division, 1994

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