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Mechanical Medical

March 29, 2018

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*** ***** *** ****. * #***, Haverhill, Mass 01830

Cell: 603-***-****


Jan 2018 – Present Tru Connector, Peabody, MA


Responsible for the trimming of cables.

Assembly of connectors and assembly kits.

May 2017- 12/2017 Nextek, Westford, MA

Mechanical Assembler

Mechanical assembly of GPS filters

Use of RTV

Performed thru-hole soldering

Use of pliers, tweezer, nut driver, soldering iron

Work off of schematics

January 2016 to May 2017 Physical Science INC (PSI) Andover, MA

Electro-Mechanical Assembly Technician

Assembly of electro-mechanical parts and sub-assemblies used in Drones.

Performed soldering of circuitry.

RTV to hold and stabilize products

Work off of blueprints and schematics

October 2015 to December 2016 SMAC Coil Actuators, Hampstead, NH

Assembler/Quality Control

Inspection of components


Correct placement on small PCBs

Assembly using UV lights

Gluing and baking of PCBs

J-STD-001 and IPC solder certification


Changing SMT components

Use of schematics and blueprints

April 2015 to June 2015 Circuit Technology Center, Haverhill, MA


Soldering of wires

Repair per blueprints

Soldering thru hole onto PCB’s

Feeding finished parts to test

September 2014 to November 2014 Amphenol PCD, Beverly, MA

Cable Assembler

Assembled cables. Performed crimping and stripping.

X-rayed the products we soldered.

Take daily temperatures to make sure all tools are at the expected temperature.

Confirm the correct schematic is being used on product being built.

February 2012 to September 2012 Wall Industries, Exeter, NH

Hand Solder (after SMT placement of parts)

Retrieve required assembly drawings.

Self-Inspection of completed components

Clean prior to next operation

Worked additionally in magnetics and winding departments

February 2012 to September 2012 Cobham Defense Systems

J-STD-001 Certified IPC Specialist

Heat shrink boots and sleeving on cables.

Performed the assembly, soldering and stripping of cables

J-STD-001 Certified and IPC Specialist

Soldering pins, connector bodies, and heat shrink of boots.

October 2011 to December 2011 L3 Communications

Prototype Assembler

Build small PCBs under microscope.

Use soldering paste to attach SMT components using hot plate.

January 2010 to December 2011 L3 Communications, Londonderry, NH

Multi-Discipline Assembler

Wiring and prep of wiring assemblies (gauge sizes 24-30).

Use heat shrink, J hooking wires, and hot gluing to keep assemblies intact prior to closing unit

Solder Class 3 military boards

Follow military schematics.

February 2011 to August 2011 L3 Communications, Wilmington, MA


Worked on schematics from company's database.

Prototypes/first time builds.

Experience working with no clean, water soluble solders.

Repairs on SMT parts, and returns from test.

Thru-hole soldering and SMT experience.

November 2010 to December 2010 L3 Communications, Londonderry, NH

Multi Discipline Assembler

Wired completed PCB product at final stage (fine 30 gauge wires used to install the ECO).

Scanned boards through company system to next process.

SMT solder tips used/no clean solder.

Also worked on boards in to complete the box build process.

September 2009 to September 2010 Medical Healthcare Solutions, Andover, MA

Account Representative/Clerical Support

Electronic/paper submission of HICFA/CMS 1500.

Pull explanation of benefits from employer system.

Call insurance -research denials and rebill accordingly


Certificate in Medical Healthcare Solutions Andover The Salter School, Tewksbury, MA 2008 to 2009

Diploma Timberlane Regional High School Plaistow, Plaistow, NH 1981


Component insertion, solder, blueprint interpretation/schematics, and ESD knowledge cable assembly.

Solder pot, hot tweezers, and hot plate have been used.

Seeing that revisions are updated.


I am proficient in the knowledge of ISO9001/J STD soldering certifications have been earned but currently they are outdated.

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