Ron Barnette***** *********
Westland, MI. *****
Cell phone (734) ***-****
E-mail - email@example.com
Lawrence Tech. University
Bachelor Degree – Engineering Technology (Jr. year)
Associate Degree – Electronic Technology
Associate Degree – Computer Technology
Electronic Servicing Institute
Diploma - Electronic, Robotic, and Computer service
William D. Ford Technical Center
Diploma - Advanced Automotive
LICENSE / CERTIFICATIONS:
ASE Certified – (A6) Automotive Electrical / Electronic systems
Michigan State Master Certified – Master Automotive Mechanic
FCC Technician Class – License
2011 – 2012 Field Service Technician - Traveled through out the U.S. to install, setup, provide training, and service automated machinery at egg processing facilities. Provided technical phone support to customers and other engineers. Worked mostly with Beckhoff PLC controllers. Automation, Pneumatics, 480 Three-phase power, AC induction, Servo motors and VFDs.
Sanovo Technology (Plymouth, MI.)
2004 – 2011 Senior Technician and Manager – Working as an automotive service technician specializing in electrical and diagnosing drivability problems. Servicing customer vehicles from minor to major repairs. Very familiar with all automotive systems (Engine, Cooling, Fuel, Ignition, Brakes, Suspension, computers and sensors, etc).
RJ Automotive (Wayne, MI.)
2008 – 2009 Instrumentation Technician – Disassembled prototype vehicles to gain access to different components then instrumented with thermocouples and reassemble to engineers request. Worked with gasoline and hybrid vehicles.
Roush (Allen Park, MI.)
2001 – 2004 Senior Electronic Technician - Worked in the electronics development lab giving technical support (Build up circuit boards, perform testing, troubleshoot problems, circuit modifications, install systems in test vehicles, etc.) to the engineering department on multiple programs. Such as Air Bag Safety Systems, Seat Belt Tension, and Occupant Sensing System projects. Performed test such as functional, RF interference (EMI), Electro static discharge (ESD), Thermal chamber testing. Built wire harnesses and test fixtures as needed for testing.
Takata / Automotive Systems Laboratory (Farmington Hills, MI.)
2000 – 2001 Field Service Engineer – Working with Japanese engineers I traveled through out the US and sometimes other countries to install, setup, provide training, and service automated surface grinders at customer facilities. I provided technical phone support to customers and other engineers. Worked with PLC controllers, Automation, Pneumatics, Hydraulics, 480 Three-phase power, AC induction and Servo motors.
Koyo Machinery (Plymouth, MI.)
1998 – 2000 Senior Electronic Technician – Worked in the research and development lab to give technical support (Build up circuit boards, perform testing, circuit modifications, etc.) to engineering on Two-way Remote Keyless Entry system (RKE), Rollover Air Bag safety system, and Ultrasonic Security system projects. Performed test such as functional, RF interference (EMI), Electro static discharge (ESD), Thermal, and corrosives.
TRW Automotive (Farmington Hills, MI.)
1997 – 1998 Senior Electronic Technician – Traveled to customer facilities to service and calibrate industrial assembly tools and electronic controllers. Also performed test and repairs in-house on the equipment that customers would send in. Worked with engineering on new tool development.
GSE / Tech Motive Tool (Farmington Hills, MI.)
1996 – 1997 Senior Electronic Technician – Worked closely with engineers in the testing and development of electronic control modules with RKE capabilities. Built and modified electronic modules to spec. Performed testing in field, in lab, and RF cambers then recorded data from test results. Built wire harnesses and test fixtures as needed for testing.
United Technologies Automotive (Dearborn, MI.)
1995 – 1996 Electronic Technician – Repair, test, and calibrate industrial equipment to component level (CNCs, PLCs, microprocessor, thermo-controllers, logic, communication, and interface boards).
NC Servo Technology (Westland, MI.)
1994 – 1995 Test Technician – In-vehicle setup, calibration, and maintenance of various types of transducers, signal conditioning equipment and PCs used for data acquisition in the development of prototype vehicles.
FORD Engineering Test & Development (Livonia, MI.)
Mechanically and electrically inclined. Troubleshooting analog and digital circuits to component level. Capable of reading schematic diagrams and specifications. Proper usage of various types of equipment (Oscilloscope, Multimeter, Function Generator, RF generator, Spectrum Analyzer, Thermo Chambers, etc.). Experience with strain gages, pressure transducers, accelerometers, themocouples, etc. Excellent fabrication and soldering skills. Worked excessively with surface mount technology (small component sizes (0603) and very fine-pitched ICs) in build up and modification on circuit boards.
Experience in MS DOS, Windows , MS Office (Word, Excel, etc.), AutoCAD. Classes in Visual Basic and C programming.
PERSONAL: Good Common Sense. Very Reliable, Quick Learner, Organized, Responsible, Self Starter, Need No Supervision, I’m a team player and work well with co-workers. Excellent driving record. Domestic and International travel for work.