Thirty years experience in Electronic/Maintenance and manufacturing. Experienced in the disciplines of mechanic, inspector, planner and manager. Highly skilled in the use of the tools of the trade i.e. computers, precision measuring equipment, hand tools and diagnostic equipment.
Certifications: SPECIALIZED TRAINING: Military Training MOS •••••X Patriot Missile System Direct Support/General Support ••••• Months (Electronic Tech) MOS •••••E/•••••T Patriot Air Defense ••••• Months (Operator/Maintainer) MOS •••••M Track Operator, Multiple Launcher Rocket System Repairer (Mechanical Field Tech) MOS •••••U Nike Hercules Missile ••••• Months (Electrical Mechanic) MOS •••••A C3, C4I Air Defense Integrator 4 Months (Telecommunication Tech) ••••• Hours of Digital Technology Performance ••••• Hours Instructor Training Course ••••• Hours Category E Solder ••••• Hours Category F Wire Wrap ••••• Hours Resident Testing Workshop ••••• Hours Counseling and Guidance ••••• Hours Self Development Test Workshop Master Instructor ••••• Hours System Approach to Training, (SAT) ••••• Hours of Digital, Microprocessor, Microwave, and Electronic Hours VT, MT, UT, PT, ET Certification Level I I– July – •••••
Education: Central Texas College, GPA •••••,••••• Hours
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QUALIFICATIONS: Thirty years experience in Electronic/Maintenance and manufacturing. Experienced in the disciplines of mechanic, inspector, planner and manager. Highly skilled in the use of the tools of the trade i.e. computers, precision measuring equipment, hand tools and diagnostic equipment.
EDUCATION: Central Texas College, •••••, GPA •••••, ••••• Hours
Texas State Guard: Texas State Guard (TXSG) branches of the Texas Military Forces (TXMF), reporting to The Texas Adjutant General located at Texas Military Forces HQ, Camp Mabry (Austin), Texas. Texas State Guard runs shelters throughout the State of Texas. Without computers, process hurricane evacuees into shelters quickly, track them accurately or conduct the many other countless operations needed to ensure the safety and security of the citizens of Texas. FEMA Certified as follows. A. Continuity of Operations (COOP) Awareness Course B. Introduction to Continuity of Operations C. Introduction to the Incident Command System D. National Incident Management System (NIMS) E. National Response Framework, An Introduction F. Single Resources and Initial Action Incident G. Emergency Response to Terrorism
EMPLOYMENT: ••••• to ••••• Employed: Desert Inspections as QA/QC weld inspector/welder certification Tester, Vessel inspector Phased Array Ultrasonic (UT), Penetrate Testing (PT), Magnetic Particle Testing (MT) Level II. These include Phased array for weld inspection, Manual UT-shear wave, thickness Phased Array Ultrasonic (UT). Magnetic Particle Testing detecting of surface defects in ferromagnetic materials. Applications of MT include structural welds, pipe welds, vessels, boiler tubes and headers, shafts. Liquid Penetrate Testing and detection of surface defects in both non-ferromagnetic and ferromagnetic materials. The method is generally applied for non-ferromagnetic materials such as Stainless and aluminum. Applications of MT include welds in stainless steel components, Gas Turbine Rotor, Disk, Blades and diaphragm, SS Vessels in chemical plants, Aerospace components.
••••• to ••••• Field Service Tech Kinder Morgan (Sub-Contractor) Auto Cad Piping Instrument Diagram (P&ID) Validation Procedure and Data Collection. P&ID Workspace, Drafting tagging & annotations, Off page connections, Drawing validation, Customizing symbols graphical updates & modifications. Working on •••••X••••• Piping Instrument Diagram P&ID drawing, noting the location of all pipe connection flanges on the P&ID, Verifying that all piping T- connections, blind flanges, reducers, equipment/valve/device: i.e. Scrubber, ball valve, actuator, pressure transmitter, compressors/cyclinders and noting piping that is insulated also showing the proper sequential order and location on the drawing symbols. Data Collection gathering information on transmitters, level switches, pneumatic controllers, heat trace controls, temperature elements, pressure temperature and level gauges, manual valves, actuated valves, PSV, pumps, compressors, tanks, vessels, and heat exchangers. Recording all information shown on the name plate/data plate, including manufacturer, model #, range w/units and most importantly the setpoint.
••••• to ••••• Field Service Tech Hilliard Energy/Copier Service Co. (Sub-Contractor) The copier service technician provides customer service by maintaining, servicing and repairing office equipment at customer locations within the assigned territory. Set up and prepare new copier/fax/scanner equipment for install, Responsible for on-site repair and maintenance of copier/fax/scanner equipment, Refurbish used equipment, which includes cleaning and repairing, Assist with warehouse duties and serve as back up for delivery driver, and Provide outstanding support by meeting customers needs in a courteous and timely manner.
••••• to ••••• Electronic/Field Mechanic Field Tech Abilene New Holland Field Service Technician, Perform preventative maintenance and make repairs to diesel engines, and gasoline and diesel-driven construction equipment. Typical examples include bulldozers, cranes, bucket loaders, graders, forklifts, container lifting equipment, air compressors, and other engine-driven or towed construction equipment. Engineer Equipment Repair Hydraulic equipment, Motors 3 Phase, Mechanical on heavy equipment, Electrical/Electronic and Lube Service’s.
••••• to ••••• Mechanic/Electrical Tech Employer: Key Interprise (Sub-Contractor) Field Service Technician, Support engineering activities such as design, test, check-out, modification, fabrication and assembly of prototype electro-mechanical systems, experimental design circuitry or specializes test equipment. Applications included analog, digital and/or video circuits, and logic systems. Work from schematics, diagrams, written and verbal descriptions, layouts or defined plans to perform testing, checkout and trouble-shooting functions. Performed operational test and fault isolation on systems and equipment. Assists in determining methods or action to remedy malfunctions. Assisted in the design, construction, test and checkout of test equipment. Used manufacturing, test, development or diagnostic equipment, including, but not limited to test program o-scopes, signal generators and specialized test apparatus. Also Responsible for the scheduled maintenance and repairs,
Mechanical and electrical troubleshooting of controls, switchgears and accessories such as batteries, battery chargers, heaters, motors and pumps, and all other components in a generator. Experience with PLCs, relays, digital/analog inputs-outputs signals. Mechanical-Electrical troubleshooting and/or repairs of marine, aeronautic, and power generation turbines or diesel engines. Installing Cables, Wind Turbines, Mechanical Installer and Heavy Equipment mechanic.
••••• to ••••• Contractor Worker Employers: Ginn Group (Sub-Contractor) QA/QC Inspector/Mechanic Maintenance, repair and overhaul of gasoline and/or diesel powered vehicles, equipment and related hydraulic pumping units, hoses and pressure lines, electrical, and electronic components systems; fabricate, install and retrofit related ancillary devices; perform related work. Incumbents work around heavy equipment, diesel fuel and solvents, and high voltage. Typical duties: mechanical and hydraulic systems. Troubleshoots, designs, fabricates, and installs electronic controls, hydraulic systems, and electrical circuits; removes, repairs, or rebuilds components parts such as starters, alternators, generators, and carburetors; diagnoses and repair heating, cooling, and emission systems.
••••• to ••••• Employer: United Defense Field Engineer (Sub-Contractor) M•••••A1and M1A1 system and various track laying equipment. Military Track & wheeled Vehicle repairer experience. Knowledge of Army Supply Upgrade Modifications on Maintenance policies. Knowledge of army DS/GS shop functions. Experience in U.S. Army DS/GS Maintenance operations, and Track vehicle Mechanic in troubleshooting and performs unit maintenance on internal combustion engines and accessories, power trains, and chassis components of track vehicles. Performed repairs and preventive Maintenance checks and services. This position also tests lead acid batteries for serviceability. Also prepared vehicles for operation under abnormal conditions by sealing, waterproofing, and servicing with special fuels and lubricants. Also performed unit maintenance to correct malfunctions of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems or components. Performed preventive maintenance on tools, repair parts, assigned vehicles and uses shop equipment to adjust operating mechanisms. Also included in this role are tuning engines, repairing parts and components as outlined in appropriate maintenance allocation charts, interpreting schematic diagrams, and determining the extent of required corrective actions and repair parts. Also tested and operated vehicles and equipment, and observes for evidence of abnormal operation and assisted in the operation of, track vehicles in conjunction with maintenance and recovery operations.
••••• to ••••• Employer: Texas Aerospace Services Technician (Sub-Contractor) Responsible of Training in the maintenance repairs and rebuild of aircraft parts technical services required by the company and able to use the ability to achieve efficient production and overhauling and repairing and testing of equipment and doing the level of DEPOT level maintenance and Performed repairs on hydraulic canopy actuators, hydraulic door actuator, jackscrews, hydraulic vales, truck unit landing frame, and Pressurize the entire system for any leaks or pressure lost in the entire hydraulic units system in the air craft. Also repairing circuit boards and replacing components like diode, resisters and other parts that are also part of the electronic field and testing with AC/DC power. Equipment of repairing is as follows. Conducts non-destructive inspections by radiography, ultrasonic, eddy current, magnetic particle, and liquid penetrate. Evaluates results and makes recommendations to correct deficiencies as appropriate. Performs non-destructive inspections on and certifies the structural integrity of OH•••••C, UH•••••A, and UH•••••V and all associated equipment. Maintains all NDI equipment within guidelines of operator responsibilities. Also Troubleshooting malfunctions in aircraft structure, landing gear, flight surfaces and controls, anti-icing, pneudraulic, engines, auxiliary power unit, and ventilation and heating systems. Also mechanic repairs, replaces, and rebuilds aircraft structures, such as wings and fuselage, and functional components including rigging, surface controls, and plumbing and hydraulic units, using hand tools, power tools, machines, and equipment such as shears, sheet metal brake, welding equipment, rivet gun, and drills.
••••• to ••••• Employer: Raytheon Company Writer/Instructor (Sub-Contractor) Job Duties: Responsibilities in Generate instructional material, i.e. lesson plans and student guides, supple mental texts, and other materials as required by the Scope of Work as supervision as a Supervisor. Training present instruction in accordance with the Program of Instruction and update reference documentation as required and cross training operations to maintenance; maintenance to operations; analog to digital and digital to analog.
••••• to ••••• Employer: US GOVT. Instructor (FAADS) •••••GS9 (Sub Contractor) Worked as an Instructor conducting training on subjects in one or more courses covering the components of software (UNIX, NT, WINDOWS •••••/•••••/•••••, MS DOS), and hardware for the Forward Area Air Defense System to include associated communication and test equipment and all Product Improvement Program. Knowledge of operation and technical characteristics of the •••••A Military Occupational Specialty, (MOS), and entire Air Defense C3I, Air Defense C4I, JTAGS, THAAD, Patriot Air Defense Systems, (PCOFT), OPERATOR/MAINTENANCE. Design new training courses which conform to existing guidelines and precedent, or revise a course which requires only minor modifications for Air Defense Weapons Systems using the Systems Approach to Training, (SAT), process.
••••• to ••••• Computer Maint. US Army All, US Employer: US Army Patriot Maintenance DS/GS Service Member performed clerical and administrative work in support of the office organization. Used varied and advance functions of word processing software to create, format, modify, edit, and print a variety of letters, reports, memos and other text documents. Provided Operator Maintenance, Direct Support/General Support, (DS/GS), for the entire Patriot Systems. Training Instructor for the DS/GS Depot level Maintenance, TMDE Instructor on how to work all digital and analog test equipment. Prep. Lessons plains for training IAW Army Regulations.
Comments: Prefer NAS ••••• but willing to get the hours in any discipline. My goals.(I want to be a level III )