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engineering tech/ Stationary Engineer

Milpitas, California, United States
$75 to $98 K
August 02, 2018

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A highly motivated and result oriented professional with over 20 years of experience in installing, configuring, rebuilding, troubleshooting, and maintaining a number of different equipments including: air navigation and communication systems (MALSR, RWSL, PAPI), radio antennas, refrigeration, air-condition, Renewable Energy, fire detection systems, and managing hazard waste materials . SUMMARY OF SKILLS:

Engine Generator Radio & Antennas Environment Safety. Electronic & Electrical Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Hazardous Waste Management Hardware repair and maintenance Reusable Energy/Solar Safety, Fire Protection Systems Troubleshooting/Repair Navigation equipment OSHA


Airway Transport System Specialist, Grade FV-2101/H Level (2011 – 3/30/2016) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Orlando, Florida, USA Selected Accomplishments:

Install, modify, maintain, troubleshoot, repair complex lighted NAV-AID equipment such as aircraft approach lighting system including ALSAF, MALSR, RWSL, PAPI, VASI, Remote Controlling System, Radios & Antennas, and operate mass communication systems.

Provided guidance in a cost-effective and safe method of disposing hazardous waste materials.

Serviced, repaired, rebuilt refrigeration systems (E.X. HVAC), fire detection systems, airport tower security systems, building lighting system, and other related building maintenance.

Inspected/certify the acceptance of critical hardware installation/replacement projects performed by external vendors before commissioning or decommissioning equipment.

Repaired lighted navigational aids systems, engine generators (with or w/o transfer switches), heating ventilating and air conditioning systems and power sources/power conditioning systems

Managed inventory of spare parts, critical hardware/parts vendor relationships. Award: Letter of appreciation, Monetary Award, plaque, and Letter of Recommendation. Air Transport System Specialist (1996 – 2011)

San Jose California.

Selected Accomplishments:

Read and interpret maintenance manuals, service bulletins, and other specifications to determine the feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components.

Install, modify, maintain, troubleshoot, repair NAV-AID equipment including: aircraft approach lighting system, ALSF, MALSR, RWSL, PAPI, VASI, Remote Controlling System, Radios & Antennas, and operate mass communication systems.

Developed and implemented processes that improved quality assurance of inventory, such as building materials, parts, and components. Quickly identified parts that were not high-quality, and spearheaded efforts to remove and replace such parts with optimal quality parts.

Responsible for inspections and quality assurance at Moffett Federal Airfield (NUQ), Woodside VOR (QQN), and Mountain View Repeater (QQU). Conducted installations, such as VASI, PAPI, Page 2 of 2

MALSR, REIL, VOR, ILS LOCALIZER, NDB, LLM, LOM, engine generators, buildings, and towers, and then lead processes to maintain, inspect, and regularly survey equipment for continued safety, operational efficiency, and optimal productivity.

Expertise in procedures required for compliance with hazardous waste (DTSC/EPA/RCRA) and hazardous materials transport (DOT/HMTA) regulations

Maintained repair logs, documenting all preventive and corrective aircraft maintenance.

Inventory and requisition for order supplies, parts, materials, and equipment.

Modify aircraft structures, space vehicles, systems, or components, following drawings, schematics, charts, engineering orders, and technical publications.

Collaborate with internal and external experts and inspect/evaluate conditions of legacy and new product equipment and determine if rebuild verses replacing would benefit the company. Awards:

Paid time award, Monetary Awards, Promotion, and Salary increase and Grade level Increase, and letter of appreciation.

Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Award, Medal of maintenance Excellence.

Honorable discharged from the United States navy. Additional Experiences:

Naval Air Manufacturing & Rework Facility at NAS, Alameda, CA, USA - Aircraft Mechanic/QA Inspector/Sheet Metal Mechanic.

Maintain, repair, and rebuild aircraft structures, functional components, and parts such as wings and fuselage, rigging, hydraulic units, oxygen systems, fuel systems, electrical systems, gaskets, and seals.

Assemble and install electrical, plumbing, mechanical, hydraulic, and structural components and accessories, using hand or power tools.

Provided guidance in the proper labeling, shipping and secure disposal of hazardous waste materials. United Airlines, San Francisco, CA, USA - Aircraft Parts Manufacturing Mechanic/Parts Quality Assurance Specialist Jet Engine Mechanic/Avionics Technician/QA Inspector EDUCATION

Associate of Arts in Electronics & Electricity - Foothill College – Los Altos Hills, CA Classes Taken: Renewable Energy including: Solar, Wind, and Water - Stanford University Professional Development Communication & Management - California State University, East Bay – Hayward, CA Professional Certifications:

OSHA based Certification on Regulation 29 CFR 1910.1200, Hazardous materials preparation, packaging and shipping – including DOT HM-126F & HM-181 Regulations, Hazardous Waste Management Operations & Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) – 29 CFR 1910.120 & Title 8 CCR 5192

Network + Certified Professional, HAVAC/Electrical Application maintenance, A&P Certification JOB-RELATED PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Frame Work & Engines Courses

U.S. Navy Schools Electronics First Class – Avionics & Aircraft Structure, Aircraft Engines

Santa Clara Community School – Welding, Brazing, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

FAA Schools – Engine Generator, Antennas, Radiation, NAV-Aids, Electrical Bonding & Grounding, Wire Bundling, Troubleshooting, Digital Electronics, Safety, Fire Protection Systems.

Jet Engine Mechanic – Department of Transpiration, FAA. Membership: National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP)

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