Rodney R. Williams
●A skilled Electronics Technician with a strong ability in testing and troubleshooting electronics equipment. Adept with recent technology development and capable to assess and perform the repairs on the latest technology. Possess over 10 years experience working as an Electronics Technician.
●Stephen F. Austin State University – No degree
●Cameron BOP ET Course
●Siemens PLC S7 Course
●80 Hrs of Electrical Maintenance
●Solar Basic Hydraulics
●Basic HVAC-R at Nance International
●Advanced HVAC-R at Nance International
●Troubleshooting HVAC-R at Nance International
●AVO High Voltage Safety Course
●OCS Hazardous Area Electrical Equipment
●Siemens VFD Course at Service Alliance
●Woodward Controls DSLC-2
●NOV AC Top Drive Electrical Systems
●Bosch Rexroth Principles of Hydraulics
Sales Consultant Ambassador Facility Services 12/26/2016 to Present
●Gain new business by calling and meeting with customers for janitorial services, carpet cleaning, floor refinishing, make ready services, commercial and residential handyman services, lawn care and power washing.
●Perform walkthroughs at customer sites and followed up with quote.
●Follow up with new and existing customers to ensure complete customer satisfaction.
Chief Electronics Technician Transocean 05/2010 to 05/2015
●Perform daily inspections and maintenance on electrical equipment
●Comply with the permit to work and isolation systems
●Carry out periodic maintenance according to the Rig Maintenance System (RMS) guidelines and coordinate that maintenance with supervisor and other department heads
●Maintain, troubleshoot and repair all power generation and distribution equipment, i.e. generators and engine controls, VFDs, switchgears, transformers, etc.
●Assist with the maintenance and repair of general rig equipment such as HVAC system, refrigeration plants, communication systems, lighting, etc..
●Troubleshot, repaired, replaced and installed new PLC’s and Relay Logic.
●Carry out maintenance and repair on electrical components of marine equipment, i.e. thruster motors and auxiliaries, ballast pumps, control panels, cranes, etc.
●Install new equipment as required, with regards to electrical wiring, fixtures and junction boxes, etc.
●Assist in performing and interpreting power calculations, power factor, insulation tests, and positive relay tests as required
●Study and understand electrical schematics as required
●Maintain an adequate supply of spares to fulfill maintenance requirements; order supplies and spares as needed via RMS.
●Inform supervisor and other department heads of any technical problems or limitations that may affect the safe operation of the rig
●Assist with the implementation of outstanding recommendations from audits, as issued by Clients, Regulatory Authorities or rig management
●Ensure that reports for repair and maintenance of equipment are accurate and complete
●Assist in supplying information for maintenance and repair budget
●Communicate equipment problems or breakdown information via direct supervisor to Field Support Group
●In addition to the responsibilities above, the Chief ET supervises the ET which includes coaching and mentoring with OJT and HSE policies and procedures.
ROV Technician Oceaneering 02/2007 to 05/2010
●Perform daily inspections and maintenance on electronic equipment as well as comply with the permit to work systems in place.
●Perform periodic maintenance according to the Preventive Maintenance System (PMS) guidelines.
●Perform the maintenance and repair of all electronic systems including data communication, video, computers and navigational equipment.
●Troubleshoot and repair electronic systems and electronics.
●Maintain system inventory and notify supervisor when items need to be ordered.
●Perform installation, calibration, and modification to electronic systems and components.
●Complete reports for repair and maintenance of equipment and ensure that they are accurate.
●Implement action items from audits and communicate any additional equipment problems.
●Controls & Automation Intermediate to advanced PLC skills & Relay logics
●Technical electrical and electronics competence
●Ability to read and understand detailed instructions, blueprints, flowcharts, schematics, and engineering documents
●Acute troubleshooting skills including knowledge of high and low voltage with an understanding of the National Electric Code
●Ability to use common hand tools, meters, gauges and other associated test and measurement equipment
●Ability to use basic math
●Ability to differentiate colors
●Experience working on/around high-efficiency equipment (i.e. Lasers, Xenon Lamps)
●Experience with PLC preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair
●Animation troubleshooting and repair
●Ability to climb (some tasks as high as 200 feet)