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Engineer Power Plant

Biglerville, Pennsylvania, United States
January 17, 2013

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Richard Seabrease


Address: *** * **** ******

City: Biglerville

State: PA

Zip: 17307

Country: USA

Phone: 717-***-****

Skill Level: Experienced

Salary Range: $30,000

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103 E. York Street, Biglerville, PA 17307 717-***-****


Instrumentation and Control Engineering

RF Cell Site Engineering

Central Office Engineering

Technology Management

Material Planning and Management


Microsoft Excel - Word- PowerPoint - Outlook - Epicor-Vantage 8.0 ERP - AutoCad


Instrumentation and Control Engineer

Mauell Corporation, August 2008 to December 2012

-Designed instrument and control circuits and systems for power plant training simulators

-Simulators were built for both nuclear and fossil fuel power plants

-Customers included Duke Energy, Ontario Power Grid and PPL -Components included power supplies, indicators, meters, switches, audio and telecom equipment

-Created a mapping matrix for 8,000 connections between PC I/O (A/D) ports to panel components

-Used the Epicor-Vantage 8.0 ERP system to create a bill-of-materials for each assembly within a job

-Created proprietary part numbers in Epicor to track and purchase all project materials

-Submitted purchase requests and tracked components from purchasing to installation

-Worked with project managers and customers on change orders and problem resolution

-Wrote installation procedures for equipment installation for both shop and site

RF Cellular Engineer

Sprint/Nextel, January 2003 to May 2008

-Motorola iDEN base station system

-Monitored and maintained 95 cell sites covering a 1500 square-mile area in south-central PA

-Researched and recommended new cell site locations to provide uniform service coverage

-Calculated traffic loads and installed transceivers to improve network performance

-Determined requirements for DS0, DS1 and microwave site access circuits

-Assigned transceiver frequencies, power output levels, and antenna orientation at each site

-Site components included power amps, duplexers, LNAs, power supplies and transceivers

-Set site parameters for call continuity and maximum efficiency and network quality

-Performed drive tests to verify coverage area and monitor site performance

-Met with customers to resolve service problems and if needed, installed BDAs and internal/external antenna at their location

National Director of Telecom Technology

H.L.Yoh, January 1998 to December 2002

Created the YohTelecom Division within H.L.Yoh

-Worked with 23 Yoh staffing offices to create a new national telecom project group

-Created two national training centers for telecom installation and maintenance

-Responded to RFIs and RFPs for clients including ATT, Nortel, Sprint and Ericsson

-Won major contracts with these companies for central office equipment installation and maintenance

-Developed project labor rates, staffing needs, CAPEX, risk analysis and operating budgets

-Reviewed and approved project materials budgets and purchases -Set quality standards for contracted personnel and safety standards for site work

-Insured that customer procedures, safety practices, and employment practices were followed

-Reviewed and approved customer project contracts

Voice System Routing Specialist

ATT Corporation, May 1994 to November 1997

-Subject Matter Expert (SME) for voice systems at the Travelers and Smith-Barney NMC

-Routed 800 and 888 numbers to customer locations based on Area Code and Exchange

-Programmed Avaya ACD using Lucent Centre-Vu interface -Assigned VDNs and Vectors within the ACD system

-Created routing plans for Nortel IVR at customer locations -Routed dedicated DSO, DS1 and DS3 circuits from DACS and switches to customer systems

-Established call groups, trunk features, DNIS groups, DID, DOD and direct connect circuits

-Worked on multiple signaling formats LS, GS, EM, AB and specialized formats

-Provisioned and tested voice and data circuits Created COLR, CLR, ACR and TRKS documents

Central Office Equipment Engineer

ATT Corp, NASA Communications, July 1990 to April 1994 -Engineered CO conversion from analog to digital technology at Goddard Space Flight Center

-Created and issued COLR, CLR, ASR and TRKS documents for office changes

-Designed, provisioned, installed and tested DSO, DS1, DS3 and fiber optic access circuits

-Modified signaling interface units to allow digital signals to work with NASA systems

-Provisioned, installed and tested specialized multiple-format circuits for Shuttle Communications

-Instructed CO technicians in testing and maintenance procedures for digital equipment

Central Office Technician

ATT Corp, Private Line Services, February 1972 to June 199 -Provisioned, installed and tested dedicated voice and data service in the Baltimore Central Office


-Dundalk Community College, Baltimore, MD. AA degree General Studies, 4.0 GPA

-ATT Training Schools for telecommunications technology

-ATT Management Training

-Cleveland Institute of Electronics Electronics Technology Certificate


FCC 2nd Class General Radio Telephone License


United States Air Force Radio Equipment Repair Technician

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