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Field Service Technician Resume


Desired Industry: Information Technology SpiderID: 68609
Desired Job Location: Pflugerville, Texas Date Posted: 5/13/2013
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 55000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Highly analytical, results-driven, and
forward-thinking professional, offering
extensive years of experience in
providing technology solutions that
improve business efficiency,
productivity, and profitability in
electronics systems. Expert at
configuration, installation, and
troubleshooting, combined with history
of improving operational functions.
Consistently recognized for identifying
and resolving complex issues as well as
in implementing innovative ways to
prevent problems from recurring. Adept
at recognizing and integrating
appropriate technology to solve specific
business problems as well as to create
new business opportunities. Technically
proficient with Power Point 2007 Level 1
and 2, Excel Level 1, 2 and 3; and
various software such as Interlock
Review, Log Keeping, Remote Computer
Access, Graph Generating, and Data
Extraction systems. Currently hold a
Secret Security Clearance.


Experience:
--- PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

SAMSUNG AUSTIN SEMICONDUCTOR - AUSTIN,
TX
Engineering Technician 2010-Present

- Assume full responsibility in
executing scheduled and situational-
based preventative maintenance on
electro-mechanical systems.
- Take charge of managing the
assessment and corrective action plan
development of data interlocks of tool
alarms and condition-based maintenance.
- Leverage technical skills in
troubleshooting and repairing automatic
pressure control systems, robotics, and
gas systems, as well as analytical
skills in inventorying parts and
forecasting repair costs.
- Execute tasks in administrating
daily record keeping of interlocks
received and assessing the performance
if preventative maintenance.

Notable Contributions:
- Successfully established and
implemented three standard operating
procedures for thorough monthly and
annual preventative maintenance.
- Handpicked as one of four team
members to participate in the
implementation of new tool maintenance
in Korea.
- Delivered exemplary performance
in developing quick new technician
orientation and reference packet,
enabling five technicians to quickly
assimilate to shift.

UNITED STATES COAST GUARD 2004-2010

ELECTRONICS SUPPORT UNIT - SEATTLE, WA
USA
Electronics Section Leader 2009-
2010

- Thoroughly determined complex
problems and analyzed related
information to come up with options and
implement solutions.
- Held accountability in
conducting routine maintenance on
equipment and identified the applicable
repairs needed to apply.
- Carried out responsibility in
directing crew of seven technicians
involved in the day-to-day operations,
which entailed conducting evaluations
and maintaining discipline.

Notable Contributions:
- Played a leadership role in
improving subordinates’ skills and
performance through scheduled training
and on-the-job instruction.
- Administered duly assigned tasks
in documenting and creating statistical
reports between multiple government
agencies for superiors during the
Haitian earthquake relief effort.
- Served as unit representative of
incident management team for the Haitian
earthquake relief effort.
- Performed well as a unit leader
for the entire Bootcamp, whereas volume
of individual awards resulted to
acknowledgement of Admiral.

PATROL FORCES ASIA BAHRAIN - ELECTRONICS
SHOP - MANAMA, BAHRAIN
Electronics Task Leader 2008-2009

- Thoroughly checked and examined
electrical systems and equipment to
diagnose problems utilizing visual
inspections, testing devices, and
computer software.
- Effectively implemented
electronic maintenance and repair
procedures to six vessels as well as
carried out standard non-supervised
technician duty.
- Supported and connected wiring,
control panels, and junction boxes using
hand tools through efficient
measurement, cutting, and installation
of frameworks and conduit.

Notable Contributions:
- Successfully upgraded five
communication systems in the field, in
collaboration with contractors on six
complete electronic grooms.
- Functioned as one of two
technicians deployed to Iraq for the
installation of VHF base station.
- Earned a commendation medal for
spearheading emergency repairs for
casualty of main gate controls and close
circuit television systems with minimal
equipment or supplies.

ELECTRONIC SUPPORT DETACHMENT - KEY
WEST, FL
Electronics Technician 2006-2008

- Organized and executed
corrective maintenance on complex
electronic and mechanical systems.
- Applied best practices in using
schematic drawings to determine any
system or equipment failures to maintain
good working condition of equipment.
- Conducted various system checks,
operational tests, alignments, and
circuit tests with a diversity of test
equipment to separate the component
causing the system failure.

Notable Contributions:
- Obtained recognition as a
skilled in-house inventory
representative for generating part
orders, coordinating third-party
repairs, and documenting received
shipments.
- Worked as an after-hours
maintenance technician for a total of 26
rotations and responded to an estimated
78 calls.


Education:
--- EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts in Business
Administration Concordia University
Austin
Bachelors of Science in Applied Science
and Technology with Focus in Technical
Studies
GPA of 3.66 - Dean’s List (In Progress)
Expected Completion Date: Summer 2014
CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY TEXAS - AUSTIN, TX



--- PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Samsung Training
Basic Pneumatics - Making the Microchip
in Detail - Robotics Safety - Time
Management
Mistake Proofing - Advanced Theory of
Constraints - Kokusai Quixace 2 Furnace
Level 1

Applied Materials Training:
Basic Electronics - Plasma Etch Process
- Vacuum Fundamentals

United States Coast Guard Training
Critical Incident Stress Management -
Leadership and Management - Differential
Broadcast Site Maintenance
NAVMACS II/SATCOM System - AN/SPS-73
Maintenance and Repair - Communications
System Development
Crypto Systems - SPS 73 SSR - WSC3 UHF -
DAMA SATCOM - Bridge Master SSR -
Navigation Rules - Crane Operator
Boatswainsmate Navigation and Piloting
Course - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
(CPR) - Basic First Aid Certified

Electronics Technician A-School
Direct Current Principles- Alternating
Current Principles -Analog Circuit
Theory -VHF Systems - Electronic
Navigation Systems
Digital Circuitry - Advanced Circuits
and Theory - Radio Frequency Principals
- High Frequency Communications


Affiliations:
--- CERTIFICATION AND AFFILIATION

CPR/Basic First Aid Certified - OSHA
LOTO (Lock Out Tag Out) - OSHA
Electrical Safety Certified
Electronics Technician Association –
Member - International Society of
Certified Electronics Technicians


Skills:
Technical Analysis
Repair and Maintenance
New and Emerging Technologies
Problem Resolution / Decision-Making
Root Cause Analysis
Testing and Troubleshooting
Leadership and Team Building
Customer Relations Management


Additional Information:
--- AWARDS AND HONORS

Basic Training Honor Graduate - Basic
Training Leadership Award - Basic
Training Academic Award
Basic Training Navy League Award -
Letter of Appreciation in Health and
Fitness – Key West
Good Conduct Medal – Key West - Coast
Guard Achievement Medal – Bahrain -
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary
Medal


Reference:
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