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Engineering Technician Resume

Desired Industry: Manufacturing SpiderID: 63771
Desired Job Location: Newport, Rhode Island Date Posted: 9/7/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization:
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Willing to Relocate:

To secure a long-term position with a reputable company that will allow me to utilize my education, training and experience.

LOCKHEED MARTIN, Middletown, Rhode Island
Electronics Technician I (11/2011 – 6/2012)
Performed troubleshooting, testing, repair, and maintenance functions for towed array surveillance and sonar systems, ensuring optimal system readiness for depot and fleet operations. Managed mechanical repairs and electronic testing for modules. Maintained logs detailing work performed.

Production Support Technician (2/2009 – 4/2011)
Supported testing and troubleshooting of equipment, including Naval Inventory Control Point (NAVICP) Type 8 and Type 18 periscope components; completed fabrication and repair of circuit card assembly (CCA). Performed PATRIOT radar installations and repairs. Contributed to Integrated Submarine Imaging System (ISIS) and Photonics Mast Factory testing.

Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) ISIS Tech Assist Coordinator (1/2008 – 2/2009)
Performed testing, installation, upgrades, and repairs for ISIS components. Contributed to PATRIOT radar program, performing repairs, upgrades, and testing of radomes. Configured, programmed, and tested type-18 eyepiece box computers (SubIS and ISIS). Supported system installations in coordination with Regional Maintenance and Modernization Office (RMMCO), promptly managing Memorandum of Agreement (MOAs), Naval messages, fleet support via Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet), and information assurance challenges.

US NAVY, Groton, Connecticut
Electronics Technician (1/2003 – 11/2007)
Managed troubleshooting and repairs for complex, electro-mechanical control systems, ensuring topflight safety of ship systems. Provided training and leadership to junior team members across navigation, communication, and safety. Charted ship’s position and interpreted sensitive, classified message in collaboration with Commanding Officer.
Key Achievements:
- Completed 30+ credit hours on navigation electronics equipment and application under the supervision of the American Council of Education.
- Received training in operation of tactical computers and computer network.
- Recognized for outstanding leadership, training, and technical expertise with numerous awards and medals.

METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Fayetteville, North Carolina
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Concentration in Professional Golf Management (PGM)
Reeves School of Business Internships
Geared toward the aspect of sales and business management structures
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The Carolina C.C. Pinehurst, North Carolina

Certified Fiber Optics Technician – Lockheed Martin

Completed numerous training programs during tenure with the United States Navy
— Technical Proficiency Highlights —
Central Atmosphere Monitoring System (CAMS) ~ Ring Laser Gryo Navigation System (RLGN) ~ Voyage Management System ~ Military Radar System ~ Commercial Radar System ~ Ballast Control Panel (BCP) ~ Depth Control System ~ Hovering System ~ Ship’s Control Panel (SCP) ~ Interior Communications Systems ~ Communication Control Stack ~ Electro Hydraulic Systems ~ Electro Pneumatic Systems ~ Ring Laser Gyro Compass (RLG) ~ AC/DC Electronic Power Panels ~ Computer Display Unit (CDU) ~ Secondary Display Unit (SCDU)

Additional Information:
Technically sophisticated professional with career record of ensuring optimal system readiness.
• Broad knowledge of naval systems and equipment with proven success rapidly learning and mastering new technologies; certified Fiber Optics Technician.
• Deftly perform testing, troubleshooting, repairs, installations, and maintenance activities across a diverse range of complex naval systems, sensors, and equipment.
• Excellent time and priority management skills, effectively balancing competing tasks and swiftly adapting to meet changing needs.
• Outstanding interpersonal, communication, and leadership strengths with proven success training and supporting team members.
• Discreetly manage sensitive, confidential information; possess Top Secret SCI Clearance.

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