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Experienced Electro/Mechanical Technician

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Location:
Tucson, Arizona, 85713, United States
Salary:
negotable
Posted:
August 10, 2011
Email:
nx874t@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
*******@***.***


RICHARD STWART
E-Mail: nx874t@r.postjobfree.com
Mailing Address: 1402 W. Ajo Way Unit 305 Tucson, AZ, 85713
Phone Number: 520-***-**** (C) 520-***-**** (H)
Experienced Electro/Mechanical assembler
Work Experience:
Assembler III -Zygo Optical Corp - Tucson, AZ - December 2009 to Present
Assemble, inspect precision optical instruments per company work
instruction and customer specifications.
ISO 9001 and ESD certified by Zygo. Implementation and use of Kanban system, 5-S organization and work space design layout for process flow. Utilization of company work instruction process to ensure product quality. FDA regulation guideline familiarity. Utilization of precision measuring devices. (Digital micrometers, calipers)
Process Technician -Addecco technical services @ACR/BAE systems - Tucson, AZ -May 2009 to June 2009
Assemble and production of UAV's.
Structural repair using composite and painting. Experienced with HAZMAT and MSDS protocols, paint/chemical mixing, masking and prep work for painting. Inspection of completed work. Use of company work instruction process. Military and commercial aviation guidelines familiarity.
Assembly technician/Process technician-Raytheon Missile Systems – Tucson, AZ -November 1999 to June 2008
Assemble various missile assemblies. Electro/mechanical assembly , Solder and inspect PCB's and subassemblies. Defect recognition of solder work (inspection). Surface preparation and painting of missile airframes and structures.
Limited testing and calibrating missile electro/mechanical sub-assemblies. ATF ordinance certified, ISO 9001certified. Crane and hoist certified. HAZMAT and MSDS certified. DOD certified for Nuclear weapons verification process procedures. DOD/ATF ordinance certified for payload assembly and handling. Kanban implementation for work station organization. Use of various measuring devices and diagnostic equipment (o-scopes, multi-meters) Experienced in the use of various hand tools for assembly process (soldering, mechanical) Proficient in schematic, technical drawings , diagrams, component value and color code bill of material interpretation. Proficient in work techniques ( Cable/wire routing, component placement and manipulation, torque setting and patterns)
Assembler/Rework technician-EFTC/Honeywell -January 1999 to November 1999-Tucson, AZ
Performed assembly and rework on printed circuit boards(soldering and mechanical assembly) Quality assurance inspection of electronic assemblies, operation of
PCB machines(pick & place and wave solder) Component level placement and identification. Proficient in blue print and diagram interpretation. Solder certified by MIL-spec and company standards.
Film librarian/Warehouse coordinator-manager-University Medical Center - Tucson, AZ -April 1991 to January 1999
Clerical duties include filing, retrieving, and delivering of radiological records. Use of fork lifts and pallet jackets and other warehouse equipment. Use of DECRAD computer systems for tracking and filing of records Managed archive warehouse of radiological records. Procuring deliveries of radiological records for physician and other medical facilities.
Manufacturing calibrator/solder- mechanical assembler / QA inspector-Allied Signal Aerospace -April 1987 to April 1991Tucson, AZ
Various positions held: QA inspector: performed duties of inspecting PCB and power supplies and assorted electronic assemblies per drawing. Assembled and soldered PCB and various avionic electronics per drawing and company specs. Chassis
wiring, color code of wiring and component values recognition.
Tested various assembled avionics in pressure chambers and environmental
test screening (vibration chamber). Per company specs, worked with engineers for prototype assemblies. Collaboration and consulting with engineering for proto-type and R&D projects. Proficient in the use of diagnostic test equipment. (o-scopes, frequency generators, multi meters)
Electronic Warfare Technician Third class (EW3)-United States Navy / U.S.S. John Rodger (DD-983) - Miami, FL January 1984 to August 1986
Maintenance and repair of the AN/SLQ-32(V2) Electronic warfare suite, AN/SLA-10(B) signal inhibitor/blanker. Super rapid bloom chaff launcher. Supply petty officer for OT02 division. Secret publication custodian of Soviet bloc weapon systems. Continuing training through work center programs (OJT) Awarded for military honors for foreign dignitaries ceremonies.
Education:
1982 -2000 (incomplete)-Pima Community College -Tucson, AZ -General studies
1983-1984 -US Navy-Naval technical training center, Corry station, Electronic Warfare 'C' School - Pensacola, Fla.- Advanced electronics/Electronic warfare
1982 -1983 -US Navy-Naval Training Center, Service school command, Company 112 - Orlando, FL -Basic electronics and electricity
1978-1982 Sunnyside High School ,Tucson, AZ -Industrial education (woodworking, Mechanical drafting)
Skills:Warehouse and inventory management. Use of fork lift and warehouse machinery equipment
Facilities maintenance (Electrical , plumbing , lighting and equipment repair)
Optical, Electro/mechanical and electronics assembly. Use of various diagnostic test equipment.
Use of hand and power tools Use of precision measuring devices.
PC and various computer programs (Windows office, excel, internet) Clerical and record keeping.
Schematic, technical drawings , blue print and diagram interpretation.
NOTE: Gaps in employment time line due to times of unemployment
Excellent reference provide upon request