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Technician Support

Location:
Melbourne, Florida, United States
Posted:
February 06, 2018

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Curtis L. Robinson

321-***-**** ac4dd3@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY

Highly motivated and focused. Skilled and technically-oriented with a background in military electronics with a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems. An analytical thinker with great attention to detail who picks up new concepts quickly and serves as an effective problem-solver. Works well in stressful situations. Serves as integral part of any team by leading with knowledge, strength, and judgment. Leverages high sense of urgency to complete all projects and exceed expectations.

SECURITY CLEARANCE

Public Trust, active

Secret Security Clearance, inactive as of 2017

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Veratics, inc. 2016- 2018

HIGHMARK INDIVIDUAL BILLING PROJECT, Indian Harbor Beach, Florida

Junior Software Developer

Worked in an Agile Scrum environment. Aided in designing and developing interfaces for a wide range of healthcare IT products. Gained experience and skill in Java, and other popular scripting languages. Learned MyEclipse Blue 2010/16, IBM WebSphere, and Oracle 11g.

Quickly learned set up and development of multiple project environments using MyEclipse Blue.

Involved in many high-profile projects with the client from conception all the way to QA testing

Collateral duties involved substituting for Scrum master

Scope of projects ranged from converting report types from Cognos to Java, to creating a tool to compare database rates using REST calls.

Science Applications International Corporation 2015- 2016

SAIC INTEGRATED MARITIME PASSIVE ACUSTIC SONAR SYSTEM, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Training Analyst

Provided certification for Atlantic Fleet ship's naval gunfire support teams and generated curriculum updates for Naval Surface Fires Support (NSFS) course of instruction as new NSFS capabilities are implemented in the Fleet. Conducted research necessary to develop and revise training courses and prepare appropriate catalogs and prepares all instructor materials (course outline, background materials, and training aids). Trained personnel by conducting formal classroom course, workshops, and seminars. Provided daily supervision and direction to staff.

Quickly became proficient in computer system controller and radio talker during shipboard certifications.

Northrop Grumman 2012-2015

NAVY SUBMARINE TORPEDO FACILITY, Yorktown, Virginia

Electronics Technician II

Applied advanced technical knowledge to solve complex problems; to include determining operation characteristics of circuits, locating faults and determined defective components while referring to schematics and wiring diagrams. Performed calibration, periodic and corrective maintenance of electronic, electromechanical and mechanical test equipment while adhering to approved documentation. Entered failure information in government data system as well as numerous MS Office applications in a clear and technically accurate manner. Exercised independent judgment in performing such tasks as performing circuit analyses, calculating wave forms, and tracing relationships in signal flow.

Quickly became the subject matter expert in multiple types of equipment used throughout the facility.

Maintained a high rating of equipment readiness, exceeding the contract standards.

Participated in two successful military inspections focused on material readiness, safety, and quality.

United States Navy 1996-2012 Combat veteran.

EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE TRAINING GROUP ATLANTIC, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Instructor and Spotter, 2010-2012

Trained over 100 officer and enlisted personnel within ship-gun teams to provide long-range gunfire support to tactical ground and air units. Executed dependable training of all cruisers and destroyers of Atlantic fleet, while acting as primary east-coast simulator operator for both in-house and mobile ship link-up systems that require complex set up and synchronization of digital systems. Served as supervisor in charge of instructor development, leading two superiors, three peers, and six subordinates to success in instructing, testing, and assisting combat units for successful mission completion.

Aided in development of in-house weapon simulator with Northrop Grumman to provide realistic look and function of various weapons-guidance systems

Managed operation and repair of electronic simulator equipment, enabling 100% training readiness.

Only military personnel to be qualified as an instructor and a spotter while stationed at EWTGLANT

USS ARLEIGH BURKE, Norfolk, Virginia

US Navy Guided Missile Destroyer deployed in support of the Global War on Terrorism

MK 160 Gun Weapons System Technician, 2005-2010

Led 15 personnel in work centers, repairing and maintaining MK-160 gun weapon system, MK 46 optical sight system, 5”/54 MK45 light-weight gun system, and MK15 Mod B close-in weapons system. Served as command safety supervisor and safety committee member, overseeing full employee safety education. Functioned in roles, such as naval gunfire support team trainer and weapons safety officer, combat systems team trainer, and force protection team trainer.

Troubleshot and repaired multiple system faults as a senior technician and subject matter expert of the MK-160 weapon and Mk-46 optical sight system for 100% mission readiness.

Implemented multiple force-revisions in four work-centers to secure 98% rating for all systems during 3M inspections.

Became only watch stander below rank of E-7 to achieve anti-surface warfare coordinator qualification.

Earned decoration for performance during anti-piracy operations and in freeing multiple ships under siege.

Coordinated security schedules of over 40 watch standers while serving as assistant section leader.

Achieved recognition as one of only three peers to qualify as anti-terrorism watch officer after earning score of 100% during security exercises.

Participated on NSFS team from 2006 to 2010

GREAT LAKES FIRE CONTROL “A” SCHOOL, Chicago, Illinois

Fire Control Instructor, 2002-2005

Instructed Naval Personnel in principals, fundamentals, and troubleshooting of digital, electromagnetic, and radar systems throughout eleven-week training course.

Qualified to instruct electromagnetic, digital systems, microwave principals, and radar maintenance and repair.

Taught hundreds of U.S. and foreign military students, generating 86% average among students.

Ensured safe operation of laboratory electrical equipment and computer-based visual training aids with instructor-to-class ratio of fifteen-to-one.

USS ANZIO, Norfolk, Virginia

US Navy Guided Missile Cruiser deployed in support of the Global War on Terrorism

Work Center Supervisor, MK-86 Gunfire Control System, 1998-2002

Oversaw five personnel in maintenance, repair, and operation of over fifteen data and radar equipment cabinets. Held responsibility for repair parts and logistics required for system operation. Served as divisional safety supervisor in charge of promoting and practicing safe work environments and habits of twenty personnel. Functioned as active member and team trainer for naval gunfire support in Kosovo and during multinational exercises with foreign militaries.

Ensured 100% maintenance completion enabling reliable mission readiness of equipment

Promoted and maintained 0 safety incidences within work center.

Participated as Command Officer Console operator and Weapons Control Console operator NSFS team member from 1999 to 2001

EDUCATION

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, Carbondale, Illinois

B.A.S., Electronic Systems Technology, August 2013

SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY, Florida

B.S., Computer Information Systems, June 2016

SPECIAL TRAINING

Leading Petty Officer Leadership Course, 2007

Fire Control Technician, MK-160 “C” School, 2005

Instructor Training, 2002

Aegis Combat System Maintenance Team, 2001

Safety Programs Afloat, 2000

Naval Gunfire Support, 1998

Fire Control and Radar Technician, MK-86 “C” School, 1997

Fire Control, “A” School, 1997

Basic Electronics/Electricity School, 1997

AWARDS & HONORS

Personal Awards

Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal, 2007, 2010, 2012

Navy Good Conduct Award, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2009, 2012

Letter of Commendation, 2000, 2002

Sea Service Ribbon, 1998, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2009

Campaign and Unit Awards

National Defense Service Medal, 1996, 2001

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, 2005

Battle "E" Medal, 2001

Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, 1998

Armed Forces Service Medal, 1998

NATO Kosovo Medal, 2000

Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation, 1998, 2001



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