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Manager Maintenance Technician

United States
August 26, 2018

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Dwayne L. Schmidt Jr.

*** *. **** ***** **. Yuma AZ 85365


Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: A ctive Secret Clearance, L ean Six Sigma Green Belt Certified (DOD), Electronics Troubleshooting, Maintenance management, technical publication comprehension, critical thinking, monitoring personnel production, personnel coordination, active learning, complex problem solving, versatility, judgment, decisiveness, personnel resource management, time management. Professional Experience

* AC First, Artillery Systems Technician October 2014- Present Civilian contractor with Aecom, CACI, Field Installation & Readiness Support Team (ACFirst). In support of the Army Mission for the 401st AFSB in Afghanistan. Primary duties include the preventative and corrective maintenance requirements of the M777A2 platform in accordance with M777A2 TM 9-102*-***-**&P, TM 9-100*-***-** Evaluation of Cannon Tubes, and DA PAM 750-8 TAMMS. Other duties and responsibilities include technical inspection, pre fire inspection, and video borescope/ pullover gauge readings for 155mm, 120mm, 105mm, 81mm, amd 60mm cannon and mortar tubes.

* SecureUSA, Service and Maintenance Technician February 2014- August 2014 Maintained Counter terrorism and automated equipment including Vehicle Barriers and bollards, with auxillary equipment including traffic lights and traffic safety loops. Troubleshooting experience in Siemens and Direct Logic Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's) and Variable Frequency Drives (VFD's). Other duties and responsibilities included weekly wall to wall inventories of automated and heavy equipment in a maintenance warehouse setting.

United States Marine Corps, June 2005-February 2014 (Maintenance Manager) Completed a 9 year career with the United States Marine Corps as a Small Arms Repairman, and Artillery Systems Technician. Awarded for technical expertise. Participated in the Logistical and Combative U.S. Military interests during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

Artillery Systems Technician 2010-2013 - M anaged the overhaul levels of maintenance for (36) 155mm towed howitzers to include (22) technicians and the use of diagnostic systems including a video borescope, resulting in recognition for reducing the maintenance cycle time and reputation of the section of assignment.

* Armory Chief 2008-2010 – Managed 12 personnel in the maintenance, testing, and overhaul of multiple weapon systems totaling $2,500,000. Also maintained Ammunition Supply Point with munitions ranging from 120mm Mortars to 9mm rounds, equaling $500,000 in assets while requisitioning proper mission required equipment to facilitate training and mission accomplishment for 3,000 personnel assigned to MCAS Yuma, AZ.

* Safety Manager 2009-2013- R esearched and submitted an innovative idea to Headquarters Marine Corps for the cost saving effort of accountability with safety equipment for a proposed approval of $2M in savings per year for 7 Marine Corps bases on the west coast. Additionally, enforced inspection standards set forth by OSHA and the EPA. Conducted weekly walkthroughs of work environment to ensure operational risk reduction procedures are identified and policy to reduce risks are produced for employees.

* Safety Specialist 2006-2009 - Provide guidance and inspection of safety equipment to include crane support, personal protective equipment, and building structures to ensure the most current standards are enforced. Conduct inspections of equipment and supply parts for maintenance applications with the equipment owner to validate product / equipment reliability. Conducted daily checks to ensure ingress and egress procedures are adhered to. Incorporated Arms, ammunition, and explosives training conducted quarterly to enhance the effectiveness of security and safety personnel. Professional Education

Drexel University, College of Engineering

Engineering Technology (2017)

University of Phoenix

Skills for professional development (5 Credits)

Central Texas College

Network and troubleshooting (8 Credits)

Political History (4 credits)

USMC Weapons Repair School

Advisor Training Group I Marine Expeditionary Force Marine Advisor

Towed Artillery Systems Technician School

Expeditionary Fire Support System (EFSS)

Familiar with 2010 MS Office Suite

Intimate knowledge of supply chain and Maintenance Management procedures

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