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Mechanical Engineer

Location:
Fontana, California, United States
Salary:
Open
Posted:
September 10, 2018

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Vicki L. Goss

**** ********* *****

Fontana CA **336

ac6zzi@r.postjobfree.com

Home # 909-***-**** Cell # 909-***-****

Summary:

Technician/Electronic Assembler with good experience in using microscopes, soldering irons, measurement, eye-loop tools, ovens and computerized testing units.

Hands on experience in building electronic parts into sub-assemblies by following schematics, written instructions, assembly procedures, blueprints and verbal instructions.

Expertise in Hex-a-con soldering irons, soldering pots, ESD workstations, Met-cal and other equipment.

Well versed in building mechanical/electronic assemblies, printed circuit boards, wire harnesses, connectors, antennas and cable assemblies.

Skilled in installing/troubleshooting of components, chips, capacitors, resistors and other types of components.

Skills:

Solder Irons, schematics, blueprints, Microscopes

Printed Circuit Boards Assemblies

Connectors, Switches, Chips, E-Proms, Micro-Wave Assemblies and Harnesses SMT Thru-Hole

IPC Trainer and J-STD-001/IPC-A-610 standards

Education:

Bachelor of Science, DeVry Institute of Technology, Pomona, CA

Master, Keller Graduate School, Pomona, Ca

Experience:

Meggitt Defense Systems, Irvine CA April 2018 – Aug 2018

Electronic Assembler II

Responsibilities:

Cut & measure cables & coaxial, harnesses, solder, connectors

Stripped & crimped cable, wires Final clean-up for shipment flow blueprints and work instructions.

Wires according to blueprints, travelers, schematics, pats-lists and/or verbal instructions

Build first prototype cables, verbally from engineers

ESD, IPC standards, Safety and other company requirements

Butler Aerospace, Santa Ana, CA Feb 2017– Mar 2017

Manufacturing Associate III/Technician

Responsibilities:

Assemble brackets, torqued hardware, apply adhesives following blueprints and work instructions.

Apply adhesives to components on printed circuit boards, I.D and label PCB’s according to blueprints.

Final clean-up for shipment flow blueprints and work instructions.

MISL/USA-Ultra/Electronics, San Bernardino, CA Dec 2007 – Jun 2008

Production Supervisor

Responsibilities:

Managed several electro-mechanical assembly projects, trained/assisted employees, build sub-assemblies and integrated parts into a complete unit.

Build according to work instructions, blueprints and verbal instructions.

Supervised employees, interacted, supported technicians, engineers and inspection.

Provided weekly operation reports, status reports, time-cards, evaluations and attended daily meeting.

Kitted kits according to part lists work in ERP environment, disbursed travelers, order supplies and maintained stockroom.

Build mechanical/electronic assemblies, printed circuit boards, wire harnesses, connectors, antennas and cable assemblies.

Trained/assisted assemblers in assemblies, processes, final assembly including meeting deadlines dates.

Build first prototypes printed circuit boards and units.

Set up production lines workstations for assemblies.

Kimco Technology Group/Exotic Electronics, Temecula, CA Apr 2007 – Aug 2007

Electro/Optics Assembler/Technician

Responsibilities:

Worked from documents such as Work Instructions, assembly/test procedures and blueprints.

Build electronic optical system units for Arrowhead 240/241 projects.

Used microscopes, soldering irons, measurement, eye-loop tools, ovens and computerized testing units.

Worked with engineer, reported existing problems with systems, units, work instructions and test procedures for redline corrections and to proceed.

Provided documentations for pass/failed tests for each units.

Cleaned optics, applied chemicals, cure optics, checked for scratches and other defects.

Submitted optic assembly to inspections at inspection stages.

Adecco Technical/L3 Communications, Anaheim, CA Feb 2005 – Dec 2005

Electronic Assembler

Responsibilities:

Build printed circuit boards, harnesses, cables and first prototypes.

Installed components, chips, capacitors, resistors and other types of components.

Build electronic parts into sub-assemblies by following written instructions, assembly procedures, blueprints, schematics and verbal instructions.

Applied, solvents, adhesives and chemicals to printed circuit boards, components or units and IPC-A-610C Certifications.

Loads Quality Database, generates reporting that conducive to support engineering analysis and continuous improvement methodology.

Maintained traceability programs such as stamp control, data recording and tracking, etc.

Retrieved, verified and file all quality records to ensure contractual traceability requirements.

Logged in all software and release according to internal department traceability requirements.

Performed other office support duties for engineering, scanning, filing etc.

Maintained and improved data retention systems.

Worked with purchasing input data into systems files, ordered business cards, fax/email documentations, reports and work as back-up for receptionist.

Adecco Technical/L3 Communications, Anaheim, CA Aug 2004 – Oct 2004

Electronic Assembler

Responsibilities:

Assembled according to work instructions, blueprint and work instructions.

Build printed circuit boards, harnesses and other sub-assemblies.

Used small/large calibrated hand and measurement tools.

Used microscope, solder irons and many other devices and tools.

Adecco Technical/Beckman Coulter, Fullerton, CA Aug 2002 – Oct 2002

Manufacturing Associate

Responsibilities:

Assembled sub-assemblies according to schematics and written instructions.

Build sub-assemblies integrated into larger units.

United Staffing Associates, Chino, CA Aug 2001 – Oct 2001

Electronic Assembler

Responsibilities:

Responsible for building printed circuit boards according to blueprints and verbal instructions.

Applied or cleaned printed circuit boards with chemicals.

Worked closely with engineers build first prototypes.

Wal-Mart, Rancho Cucamonga, CA Aug 2000 – Dec 2000

Customer Service Representative

Responsibilities:

Maintained cash register and handled all kinds of transactions such as cash, checks, credit cards and other types of payments.

Assisted customers, responded to phone calls and maintained departments.

Lockheed Martin, Pomona, CA Feb 1984 – Feb 1998

Supervisor Assistant/Electronic/Mechanical Assembler

Responsibilities:

Supervisor Assistant for R&D department and production electronic/mechanical department.

Planned daily project assignments with department supervisor and/or manager.

Established and maintained strong relationship with employees, engineering, technician, planners and inspection for production control.

Received & distributed electronic/mechanical parts into kits with updated documentations and delegated assignments.

Responsible for electronic/mechanical materials released to the production floor, monitor, tracked inventory parts, and total systems.

Responsible for the whereabouts of employees, held meeting, revised/updated paperwork and reported problems that existed on the production floor.

Ordered supplies needed for the assigned projects.

Reported damaged electronic/mechanical parts on Discrepancy Material Reports for replacement, traceability and accountability.

Trained and assisted employees in assembly of quality products.

Monitored and maintained the flow of production for deadline purposes.

Successfully ran multiple projects assignments.

Build printed circuit boards, voice/data, decoder, motherboards and many other PCB's.

Made cables, harnesses, male/female connectors many other types of electronic parts.

Followed operation sheets, wire-lists, schematics, blueprints, written, verbal and engineer's instructions.

Used small and large hand tools, air toques, measurement tools, microscope, oh meters, beepers and many electronic/mechanical tools.

ESD workstations, Met-cal, Hex-a-con soldering irons, soldering pots and other equipment such as ovens for cure times.

Reworked systems due to failures, repairs, updated units for revised changes

Reworked systems for changes revised/updated units within the allotted time for quick returns

Used chemicals, adhesives, conformal coat, primers, paints and measure & mixed such as paint & catalyst.

Worked under safety rules, inspections, procedures IPC 610 Certified, Mil-Standard, IS9001 and safety preventions

Worked for Lockheed Martin for 14 years of experiences and dedicated services.



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