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Maintenance Quality Assurance

Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States
January 29, 2018

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Tracy Lionel Joseph

P.O. Box ****

Fayetteville, NC 28302

Cell: 910- 703-3546

Email: tjoseph


Mr. Joseph has 20+ years of experience in support equipment maintenance including 10 years in personnel supervision. Accomplished in meeting goals, deadlines, occupational safety procedures and ensuring the efficient utilization of manpower and resources.


Man Tech Technical Service Group March 2010 to October 2011

Job Title: Field Service Technician (Temporary)

Provided support for the Fire-Finder Program servicing 10KW MEP-813A and 60KW MEP-816A/B generator systems for the TSQ-36 and TSQ-37 radars. Performed a variety of complex technical functions related to the program. I utilized wiring diagrams and schematics to troubleshoot diagnostic problems for the circuitry. I diagnose and correct equipment system malfunction which fail to respond to standard corrective measure. Responsible for the maintenance of the complete generator system from ordering parts to load testing the output of the end repaired generator.

MTC Technologies January 2006 to March 2010

Job Title: Quality Assurance Representative

Performed initial, in process and final inspections on generators and trailers using the most up-to-date technical manuals to ensure the highest quality work was being sent to our customers. Inspected an average of 8-10 pieces of equipment per day. Responsible for ensuring that mechanics had proper manuals and were properly applying modifications according to the MWO work order. Daily inspected shop for safety hazards. Diligently inspected, ensured, and rectified maintenance procedures and safety violations. Maintained an accident free work environment. Complied with stringent regulations of governing agencies including OSHA, DOT, and EPA.

Lear Siegler Services, INC (LSI) April 2003 to January 2006

Job Title: Support Equipment Mechanic

Performed maintenance and modifications to support equipment, high-level maintenance on equipment returning from combat operation. Inspected and repaired equipment to 10/20 standards and distributed to Fort Bragg units. Conducted initial and final inspections on support equipment while serving as the Lead Mechanic.

Univar USA, Fayetteville, NC February 1998 to April 2003

Job Title: Industrial/Facility Mechanic

Performed preventive maintenance checks on production equipment. Performed maintenance and modifications to equipment. Conducted test and maintained maintenance records for reportable equipment. Ordered repair part inventory for the entire facility. Responded to on-site equipment breakdowns. Kept production flow at 100%. Served on the Safety Committee Board

U.S. Army (various locations) February 1983 to February 1998

Job Title: Quartermaster Chemical Equipment Repairer

Supervised, counseled, and evaluated 15 personnel on maintenance operations. Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance to all support equipment assigned to the unit. Conducted unannounced inspections to ensure personnel were maintaining equipment to standards. Administered quality control and quality assurance functions. Prepared equipment maintenance reports and forwarded to upper management.


Environment Compliance Course 2003

Safety Officer Course. Fort Bragg, NC 2003

Basic Non- Commissioned Officer Course, APG MD 1988

Primary Leadership Development Course, Germany 1987

Advanced Individual Training, Quartermaster Chemical Equipment Repairer

APG, MD 1986

Graduated Oliver Perry Walker High School, New Orleans, LA 1982


Annual Equal Opportunity Training

Annual Drug and Alcohol Safety Training

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