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Engineer Maintenance

Location:
Pooler, Georgia, 31322, United States
Posted:
March 26, 2011

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Mavis D. Green

* ******* ******

Pooler, Georgia 31322

912.***.****

abho8u@r.postjobfree.com

Seeking a challenging career opportunity in an electronics engineering capacity. I possess a seasoned

background in system support and have demonstrated expertise in project and team leadership. I have extensive

experience in installing, programming and troubleshooting of military electronic devices. To complement these

qualifications, I offer a consistently outstanding work ethic and solid analytical, multi-tasking, and

documentation skills which are essential as an engineer.

Clearance: Secret/Expires 2018

Related Work Experience:

• Installed/De-Installed CREW systems on various military vehicles to include Mine Resistant Ambush Protected

(MRAP), Bradley Tanks (M2/M3), HUMVEE (M1114/M1151) and Husky Mine Vehicle (VMMD).

• Updated CREW systems with most current versions of firmware and threat-loads.

• Conducted troubleshooting techniques on CREW systems and corrected all found faults in order to enable units to

continue missions.

• Programmed parameters on Spectrum Analyzer for use and to verify the correct signal strength indications.

• Instructed classes on CREW systems for military unit teams and trained Electronics Warfare Officers (EWO).

• Held Site Lead and Bay Manager positions which required forwarding daily status reports, scheduling shop

maintenance, preparing/forwarding weekly maintenance reports, accounted for all sensitive/classified materials

and information, and provided a safe and hazard free working environment for all employees.

EDUCATION: Bachelors in Business Administration

TUI University/Cypress, California

Currently Enrolled

Associate in Criminal Justice

Central Texas College/ Killeen, Texas

Date completed: 2002

Other relevant education:

Completed the following Military Training:

US Navy Special Warfare Center (CRANE), Crane, In 2008

First Sergeant Course, Fort Stewart, Ga., 2004

Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course, Fort Gordon, Ga., 2001

Combat Life Savers Course, Fort Sill, Okla., 1999

Battle Staff Course, Fort Bliss, Texas, 1999

Equal Opportunity Leaders Course, Fort Sill, Okla., 1997

Drill Sergeant School, Fort Benning, Ga., 1999

Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course, Fort Gordon, Ga., 1994

Warrior Leader Course, Augsburg, Germany, 1990

Work Experience:

November 2008 to July 2010 Vision Information Technology Consultants, Bryant, AK

Field Service Engineer

Installed and De-installed CREW systems (V2, V3, Jukebox and CVRJ) in military vehicles in support of

Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) in Kirkuk, Iraq.

Supported civilian outfits (US State Department) with CREW systems maintenance and software updates.

Troubleshot and repaired all system related faults on CREW systems.

Installed antennas, antenna brackets, and antenna flex mounts on military vehicles.

Uploaded AUT most updated software in Duke V2/V3 systems.

Conducted Electronic Warfare Officer (EWO) classes for military units.

January 2008 to June 2008 3rd Infantry Division (Rear-D), Fort Stewart, GA

Public Affairs Non-commissioned Officer-in-Charge

Coordinated all media facilitation between national television, radio and newspaper and the 3rd Infantry Division

commander and staff.

Executed a marketing mission by coordinating various interviews for the 3rd Infantry Division leadership to

promote Army successes in Operation Iraqi Freedom.

January 2007 to December 2007 HHC, 1-3 Brigade Troops Battalion (Rear-D), Fort Stewart, GA

First Sergeant

Managed 85 Soldiers and implemented programs to enhance their health, welfare, discipline, and accountability.

Ensured that newly arrived Soldiers were in-processed, trained and deployed to Iraq.

Supervised unit noncommissioned officers to improve the in-processing process, inspections and training for

newly arrived personnel.

Conducted random inspections to ensure leaders were performing required inspections mandated by the division

commander.

Achieved major improvements within the battalion during the fast pace troop surge during Operation Iraqi

Freedom III as recognized by the battalion’s command sergeant major.

July 2004 to December 2006 A Company, 2-3 Brigade Troops Battalion, Fort Stewart, GA

First Sergeant

Managed a 70 Soldier Joint Network Nodal Company that provided Division and Brigade Command, Control,

Communications, and Computer Systems.

Planned training on various test equipment to include, but not limited to multimeters, oscilloscopes and various

other diagnostic devices.

Supervised responsibility for operational readiness of 26 vehicles, 14 signal assemblages, 15 power generation

units and 8 trailers in excess of 20 million dollars.

Trained and inspected all unit personnel on by the book operational and maintenance procedures.

HHC, 24th Corps Support Group, Fort Stewart, GA

October 2003 to June 2004

Signal Support Systems Chief

Served as the Signal Support Systems Chief of over 2,600 Soldiers in a 5 battalion Support Group.

Supervised and planned the installation, employment and maintenance of signal support systems, to include radio,

wire, and garrison and battlefield automated systems.

Conducted brigade and battalion signal equipment/automated training in such areas as Microsoft Software,

telephone interface devices, modems, and cabling.

Instructed all customers within the battalion in the operation and maintenance of systems/equipment.

Performed complex analysis and prepared reports on system problem trends and issues.

HHC, 10th Engineer Battalion, Fort Stewart, GA

October 2001 to September 2003

Battalion Communications Chief

Served as the Network Administrator for a battalion of 1,700 soldiers while training junior noncommissioned

officers to be Retransmission Stations.

Performed tests and preventive maintenance on communications equipment; applied troubleshooting techniques

to effectively diagnose all problems on electronics equipment including computer systems.

Implemented an effective preventive maintenance program and maintained equipment availability status above a

90% operational readiness rate.

Provided excellent customer relations throughout the battalion; identified and resolved communications problems,

supervised troubleshooting and crossed trained battalion level officers drivers on newly integrated

communications equipment.

June 1999 to August 2001 E Company, 1-79 Field Artillery, Fort Sill, OK

Drill Sergeant

Systematically trained over two thousand soldiers in a two year tour of duty as one of only two female Drill

Sergeants in a male dominated environment.

Exceeded the platoon standards in more than two inspection areas; receiving commendable recognition.

Received recognition from my seniors and peers; won Drill Sergeant of the Cycle in consecutive cycles.

Directly in charge of all training communications equipment; performed monthly and quarterly maintenance on

all antennas and radios used throughout each cycle.

Supervised and developed novice Drill Sergeants to adapt to 18 to 20 hour days of constant leadership throughout

each cycle.

HHB, 17 th Field Artillery Brigade, Fort Sill, OK

June 1997 to May 1999

Communications Sergeant

Managed a 10 soldier Communications Section responsible for hardware/software installation, repair and

maintenance of all communications equipment.

Provided the leadership and guidance needed to cross-train less experienced personnel.

Acted as a liaison with customers within the company and throughout the brigade on technical communications

issues for upcoming training exercises.

Awards/ Achievements

Certificate of Appreciation, 2009, 2010

The Army Commendation Medal, 2006, 2004

The Army Achievement Medal, 2003, 2002, 2001, 1999, 1997, 1996

References

References available upon request.



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