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Machine Operator Maintenance Technician

Brooklyn, New York, United States
September 12, 2018

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RICHARD A CLARK JR. ** Dunster Ave. P.O. Box ***

Greenville, NH 03048

603-***-****/ 603-***-****

OBJECTIVE: Electronics Technician / Maintenance Technician

QUALIFIED BY: Experienced, efficient, precise; ability to work effectively

under pressure; problem solving skills; self-starter, able to

work well both with and without supervision; master new

material quickly.

MAINTENANCE: Read blueprints, wiring diagrams, technical manuals, service

bulletins and schematics; inspect, test, calibrate and troubleshoot

electronic circuitry and mechanical systems; repair and/or

replace defective components; experienced with transformers,

switches, capacitors and integrated circuits; suggest

improvements and / or modifications. Develop shortcuts.

EQUIPMENT: Experienced with computers, microprocessor controlled

equipment, industrial controls, audio and video systems, radar systems, satellite systems, telemetering and guidance systems, transmitters, communications equipment, antennas, office equipment, and servomechanisms in fixed locations and

mobile environments. Familiar with the use of various pieces of test equipment, including: Analog and Digital multimeters, Oscilloscopes, Spectrum Analyzers, Time domain Reflectometers, Radio Frequency Generators/counters, Power supplies, RF power/SWR meters

INTERPERSONAL: Capacity to work well and communicate with people on all

levels, in a variety of situations, calling for cooperation and teamwork. Interview users to resolve complaints and disputes in timely manner. Provide training and consultation to coworkers.

CLERICAL: Ability to organize, prioritize, handle details with consistent accuracy and precision; experienced in scheduling,

verification, keeping logs and filling out service reports. Keep track of expenses and inventory, order supplies. Familiar with computerized order entry and tracking systems.

INSTALLATION: Use manufacturer’s specifications to install, calibrate, adjust,

and maintain wide variety of equipment. Skilled in use of all

basic hand tools and shop equipment, including soldering irons. Able to make modifications specific to user’s application/environment. Provide advice, basic training and support to new users

EDUCATION: High School Diploma, Various College level

North Middlesex Regional High, Townsend, Ma

Military, Electronics

Coast Guard, NY and Navy, VA


Micro Tech Staffing/L3 Insight, Londonderry, N.H. Oct 2017- Apr 2018

Production technician- test product prior to ship

Ferrite Microwave Technologies, Nashua, N.H. Feb 2017 – Oct 2017

Production technician- build and test product

Hy-Ten Plastics, Milford, N.H. Oct 2016- Jan 2017

Maintenance technician- equipment and building maintenance

Hendrix Wire and Cable, Milford, New Hampshire Aug 2001- Nov 2009 Marmon Utilities LLC. Inc., Milford, New Hampshire April 2010 – Oct 2016

Electrical Tester --Performed high voltage (8kV – 80kV) test on cable prior to shipping,

--Perform high voltage Quality Control test on insulators 80kV -280kV

--Perform Corona Testing of cable

--Jacket Line Take-Up Machine Operator

Source Electronics, Hollis, New Hampshire Sept 2000-June 2001

Tape and Reel Machine Operator – Packaged Micro-circuits for shipping to customer

United States Navy 1978 to 1999

Communications Technician, Electronics Shop

Discharge Type: Honorable, Security Clearance: Secret

TRAINING: United States Navy 1984 and 1986 to 1987

Curriculum included; Basic and Advanced electronics 1979, training on HF, VHF, UHF and SatComm systems,

Surface Search Radars and Depth Finders

FEMA Courses IS- 00100, IS-00200.a, IS-700, and IS-775 2009

ARRL Emergency Communications Course EC-01 2009

Red Cross Basic Disaster Assessment 2010


Have held - Secret Security Clearance FCC – General Licensed Amateur Radio Operator

ARRL HC-ARES American Legion

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