Objective A position as Electronics Technician, which will utilize my technical training and benefit from my experience with a variety of electronic fields and equipment.
Skills•••••Experienced in inspecting, installing, maintaining, and repairing aircraft electrical systems with ability to diagnose and determine remedy where knowledge of specific components is necessary to locate malfunctions. Experienced in diagnosing trouble and determining remedy when complex relationships exist among different electrical system circuits. Experienced in the use of common hand tools and measuring equipment such as multimeters, oscilloscopes, and following circuit diagrams as used in common operations in line of work. Ability to layout, set up, and performs operations dependent on electrical and electronic theory and instruments considered common, working from prints, plans, specifications and oral instructions, put new ideas into practice.
Experienced in through-hole circuit board applications as well as surface mount components. Repair, test, certify and modify circuits using electronic test equipment such as oscilloscopes, multimeters, audio analyzers, and computer magnification.
Education Carven Community College
••••• AAS Electronics Engineering
Member Phi Theta Kappa
Roy C. Ketcham High School
••••• Graduate Diploma
Oct ••••• Oct ••••• Test Technician Wheatstone Corp.
Test and repair on-air audio consoles for radio and television stations
Test and repair audio processing equipment
Aircraft Electrical Worker WG••••• Jan ••••• Feb ••••• CH••••• D/E & AV•••••B Aircraft NADEP MCAS Cherry Point
Soldering Certified : SD•••••C
General Radiotelephone Operators License PGGB•••••
Avionics Technician A•••••A/E
Tactical General Purpose Computer Technician
Mar ••••• June ••••• U.S. Marine Corps (Retired) GySgt
Instructor at Avionics A School, Millington, Tn.
Interim Top Secret Clearance ( Final Secret Clearance)