I am seeking a technician position utilizing my electronics and military experiences to help your organization achieve its goals.
Test & Inspection Technician (January ••••• September •••••)
Spectrum Technologies, Schenectady, NY •••••
-Acceptance testing and dedication of commercial grade items for nuclear power plants.
-Items tested include circuit breakers, disconnect switches, fuses & holders, terminal blocks, contactors, overload relays
& heaters, auxiliary contacts, control relays and transformers.
-Acceptance testing and dedication entails visual inspection for part number, markings, dimensions & configuration and
homogeneity; mechanical testing for smooth manual operation and push/pull forces; insulation resistance; contact
resistance; fuse resistance; over current trips/clearing; temperature rise/current carrying under full current; under/over
voltage tests of contactor coils; drop-out/pick-up voltage of coils and testing of overload relays/heaters.
-Similarity analysis for form, fit and function by visual and internal inspection for similarity, spring force tests, non-metallic
comparison by spectrometry and metal material comparison for hardness.
-Test equipment used includes digital calipers, digital thermometer, digital low resistance ohmmeter, multi-amp,
digital multimeter, megger, digital force gauge, torque wrench, durometer, spectrometer and hardness tester.
Instrument Technician (March ••••• September •••••)
Mohawk Fine Paper, Cohoes, NY •••••
-With minimum supervision, installed, overhauled, calibrated and troubleshot electronic and pneumatic instrumentation
-Have experience with control and tuning pressure, temperature, level and other process control loops.
-Have knowledge of programmable controllers, hydraulic experience, control valves and other related equipment for paper
Electronics Technician (September - November •••••)
C. R. Bard, Glens Falls, NY •••••
-Under minimal supervision, provided maintenance for existing electronics equipment.
-Troubleshot and repaired all production electronic equipment.
-Drafts electronic and wiring schematic for existing electronics equipment correcting schematics or wiring errors on
-Program microprocessors and microcomputers for controlling production equipment.
-Prioritizes and schedules own time on general guidelines and production goals.
-Performs other duties as assigned.
Electronics Technician (February ••••• August •••••)
General Electric Global Research Center, Niskayuna, NY •••••
-Participated in the development of a high performance three-phase power controller (•••••kVA, •••••VDC) for an aircraft
starter generator application. Researched, ordered and stored parts and maintained computer a computer record.
-Required to construct and modify the power interconnection system, low level electronics interconnections, liquid cooling
system with pumps, filters, lines and fittings plus mechanical assemble using drawings.
-Soldered low-level boards required for this effort.
-Participated in the development of a High Density High Temperature power converter as part of a Shared Vision R&D
program between GE and Lockheed Martin.
-This effort required me to perform thermal characterization of power devices over a wide temperature range in order to
determine junction temperatures of these devices in a unique combined environment reliability test.
-Required to construct, modify and design the test fixtures for this test that will be subjected to environments in an
-Required to procure components for and solder electronic components onto a printed wiring board used as a high-speed
power electronics gate driver for this project.
-Constructed and modified interconnection cables and a number of these inverters.
-Built circuit boards and adapter cables for other minor projects.
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Flight Line Production Expediter (March ••••• February •••••)
•••••h Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Westover ARB, MA •••••
-Have knowledge of a wide range of principles, processes and techniques of trades and/or crafts supervised.
-Have knowledge of personnel management policies, practices and procedures, including sexual harassment and
Opportunity/Equal Employment Treatment.
-Have knowledge of safety regulations, practices and procedures.
-Have knowledge in using and maintaining a variety of hand and power tools, equipment and precision measuring and
-Have knowledge in troubleshooting, inspecting and/or tracing hard-to-locate defects or problems.
-Have an ability to read and interpret blueprints, diagrams, sketches and technical specifications.
-Have an ability to plan and organize work assignments to include determining resources required to accomplish mission.
-Ability to implement around personnel policies, practices and procedures
Avionics Guidance and Control Technician (October ••••• March •••••)
•••••th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Westover ARB, MA •••••
-Operates and maintains avionics systems.
-Analyzes equipment characteristics to isolate malfunctions in avionics systems, integrates test systems, multiplexed data
buss systems, flight instrumental systems, inertial navigation systems, primary and secondary flight controls, automatic
flight controls, engine instrumentation, fuel management systems, central air data systems and aircraft indicating systems. -Removes, installs, checks and repairs avionics systems and line replaceable units.
-Diagnoses malfunctions using technical orders, schematics, wiring diagrams, integrated test systems and other test
-Repairs faulty aircraft wiring.
-Updates aircraft forms.
-Uploads operational software. Inspects and evaluates aircraft.
-Prepare aircraft for airlift mission and assist in ground servicing and launch/recovery operations.
-Supervise and direct avionics personnel.
Production Technician (August ••••• - October •••••)
Accumetrics Associates, Inc., Schenectady, NY
-Used electronics practices and theory to assemble and test wireless telemetry systems and their sub-assemblies.
-Machined some parts.
-Used digital multimeters, oscilloscopes, frequency generators, frequency counters, test jigs and other test equipment.
-Used a drill press, lathe and milling machine to machine sub-assemblies.
-Had to follow board layout prints, parts lists, schematics, test procedures and blue-prints to perform this job.
-Contributed to product and process improvement suggestions.
Locomotive Electrician (January ••••• - August •••••)
Super Steel Schenectady, Inc. Glenville, NY
-Used electrical assembly principles, Installed and terminated multiple wire bundles, on diesel locomotives, used for
lighting, control, braking and power.
-Used many types of hand tools and multiple types of electrical connector crimpers and strippers.
-Had to follow complicated blue-prints and wiring diagrams and lists to perform this job.
Cold Finish Operator/Toolman & Electronics Repairman (May ••••• - December •••••)
AL Tech Specialty Steel Corp., Watervliet, NY
-Following written manufacturing instructions and order specifications, operated stainless steel cold drawing
equipment and maintained tooling for 5 different drawing or straightening machines.
-Worked to tolerances of ••••• inches using caliper and vernier micrometers for measurements.
-Operated lathes and grinding machines to maintain tooling.
-Utilizing schematics, prints and other documentation, troubleshot, adjusted, calibrated and maintained various
electronic and electrical equipment such as radio controlled cranes, furnace controls and electronic scales.
A.A.S., ••••• semester hours, Electrical Engineering Technology, Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, NY, May•••••
A.A.S., Electronic Systems Technology, Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell AFB, AL, June •••••