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Air Force Technician

Location:
Tucson, Arizona, United States
Posted:
February 24, 2018

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ANTHONY L. BARCELO

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

Tucson, Arizona 85745

520-***-**** / 349-0133

POSITION DESIRED: ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN OR RELATED POSITION

AREAS OF

KNOWLEDGE: Printed Circuit Board Testing Soldering Techniques

Troubleshooting and Repair Mil-Spec

Digital and Analog Circuits Quality Assurance

Manual and Automated Test Computer Science

Equipment Design, Setup Fiber Optic Certified

And Use

Traffic Signal Design and Traffic Signal Cabinet,

Installation: IMSA Level Controller, VMS Signs

Three Certified Roadway Lighting

Troubleshooting and Repair

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

8/04 to Present ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANPORTATION

Traffic Signal/Roadway Lighting Supervisor

Perform skilled electronic/electrical duties in the inspection, installation, maintenance, and/or repair of Traffic Signals, intelligent transportation Systems, including Ramp Meter Cameras, Dynamic Message Signs, Vehicle detection Systems, and Fiber Optic Communication Equipment in a shop and field environment. Utilization of various sophisticated electronic test equipment to effect tasks. Performs assembly, testing, modification, repair, inspection, installation and/or maintenance of traffic signal, traffic signal equipment, traffic control cabinets, lighting, systems, and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) equipment in a shop or field assignment. Work independently and/or in a team environment. Use common and specialized tools, equipment and materials. Read and understand blueprints, sketches and schematics of electrical, electronic and communication components and circuits. Order and estimate materials. Understand and apply national and local electrical codes and common safety practices. Apply methods and procedures for installing, repairing, diagnosing and inspecting traffic signal equipment, traffic control cabinets and highway lighting devices, and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) equipment. Apply electrical and electronic principles. Communicate orally and in writing. Additional tasks consist of completion of work orders, project completion plans, evaluation and recommendation reports, record of materials and equipment procured and used for construction projects, building inspections and tool/supply inventories. Completion and review of employee performance evaluations, vehicle reports, travel claims and housekeeping supply requests.

7/03 to 5/04 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

Electronics Technician

Test, trouble-Shoot, Repair, Calibrate, Maintain, Install, and Procure Communications and Anti-intrusion systems to include UHF, VHF, audible and micro-processor based sensor links, radio repeaters, closed circuit television monitors, and cameras. Utilize a variety of specialized electronic test equipment to include spectrum analyzers, synthesized digital frequency meters, digital and analog volt meters, signal generator deviation meters, and oscilloscopes. Perform preventive and corrective maintenance, Calibration of Electronic Instruments, analyze system performance and determine if a system performs in accordance with procurement specification.

5/02 to 7/03 U.S. DEPARMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Special Agent

Inspect Commercial Motor vehicles for safety compliance.

9/99 to 5/02 RAYTHEON CORPORATION

Product Test Specialist:

Functional and operational tests on electronic, pneumatic, and mechanical production items. Set up, adjust, calibrate and operate existing or new electronic special test equipment in an industrial

type setting to perform functional testing. Troubleshoot, isolate and diagnose failures and malfunctions on tested items and repair them, using a variety of electronic test equipment.

4/97 to 9/99 ELECTRONICS FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY

Team Leader Electronics Technicians:

Responsible for three electronic technicians in printed circuit board test area. Had to maintain and set up various types of manual and automated electronic test equipment in an industrial type setting. Test and troubleshoot printed circuit boards utilizing different types of electronic test equipment. Maintained department assets and inventory, calibrate most electronic test equipment. Ordered equipment, parts and components necessary to effect job, to include communicating with different plant departments and vendors.

1/97 to 4/97 TAD TEMPORARY SERVICES (Contracted by Universal Avionics Corp)

Avionics Technician:

Test, calibrate and troubleshoot aircraft flight management systems using state of the art computer based electronic equipment. Responsible for keeping inventory of parts and components needed for testing specific systems by researching what was needed, then ordering through various vendors and accounting departments.

5/93 to 9/96 MESA SPRINKLER INCORPORATED

Assistant Manager, Irrigation Parts Distributor:

Inventory control, sales, commercial and residential irrigation systems design, customer relations; maintain all accounts in Mexico.

5/92 to 5/93 EXTERIOR DIVERSIFIED CORPORATION

Irrigation Supervisor:

Supervised employees, maintain approximately 50 commercial properties, commercial and residential irrigation system design and installation.

7/89 to 5/92 COYOTE SERVICES

Owner, Home Services:

Most home-type repairs to include electrical, plumbing, minor carpentry and masonry, installation of water heaters, ceiling fans, irrigation systems, etc.

11/88 to 7/89 IBM CORPORATION, Tucson, Arizona

Senior Unit Test Technician, Specials and Power Supply Card Test:

Train new technicians on test equipment; assisted technicians in analyzing difficult debugs, ensuring continuity in manufacturing process, first-call maintenance on test equipment, calibration of electronics type equipment and tracking department assets in an industrial type setting.

2/85 to 11/88 IBM CORPORATION, Tucson, Arizona

Unit Test Technician, Specials and Power Supply Card Test:

Functional testing and troubleshooting printed circuit boards to component level, utilizing various types of manual and automated test equipment; assisted technicians in repairing boards; loaned out for three months to PMA Lab; assist engineers on testing and troubleshooting 3363 Optical Disk Drive prior to release to public.

1984 to 1985 GERNERAL INSTRUMENTS (RF Division)

Engineering Test Technician II:

Work in model shop modifying, assembling, aligning, testing calibrating and troubleshooting various types of RF systems by use of signal generators, frequency counters, tracking generators, spectrum analyzers, digital multimeters, etc; assist Design Engineers in prototyping and troubleshooting various types of circuits and systems (RF, Digital and Analog).

1983 to 1984 XEROX CORPORATION

Electronics Technician:

Test and troubleshoot microprocessor-based power supply systems using state of the art automatic test equipment for this job classification (meters, scopes, signal generators, etc); assist engineers in prototyping, debugging and electromechanical assembly of various new systems; responsible for overall quality assurance from assembly of power supply to final shipment.

EDUCATION: A.A.S. Degree, Electronics Technology –

COCHISE COLLEGE

Douglas, Arizona

DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL – Douglas, Arizona

U.S. AIR FORCE –

Law Enforcement Specialist Course

Air Base Ground Defense I Course

U.S. Air Force Noncommissioned Officer Orientation Course

Honorably Discharged as Sergeant (E-4) –

REFERENCES: Available upon request

SALARY: Commensurate with responsibility



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