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Avionics Technician

Miami, Florida, United States
March 21, 2019

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*** ***** **. **** **** Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160

360-***-**** ·


Current U.S. Passport & Active U.S. Government Secret Security Clearance

Solutions-oriented and highly motivated Navy Avionics professional with ability to leverage strong training and experience while excelling in a leading-edge and highly technical industry.

Customer Oriented - readily matches objectives with available technologies and solutions to update, troubleshoot, diagnose and repair highly complex capital equipment.

Award-winning time-critical electronics systems maintenance and management including comprehensive hands-on and academic expertise in complex troubleshooting, maintenance, repair and training / supervision of technicians.

Skilled in the use of special use and test equipment; proficient at reading diagrams, wiring schematics and blueprints; excellent knowledge of electronics fundamentals and theories.

Proven ability to perform comprehensive inspections while certifying electronics equipment in critical applications.

Able to read, interpret and write technical documentation and operating procedures.

Proactively adapts to changing conditions and effectively communicates both orally and in writing with diverse populations in high tempo environments.

Talent for quickly learning new information, procedures and technologies, and for managing multiple projects.

Collaborative team player and proficient manager, focused on facilitating problem solving by utilizing concepts, theories, and basic / advanced principles in electronic maintenance.


Industrial Safety Customer Service Component-Level Electronics Systems Leadership and Management · Schematics, Diagrams, Blueprints and Technical Drawings · Troubleshooting, Test and Evaluation · Organizational and Large Group Training/Instruction · Quality Assurance Programs · Special Use Test Equipment / Precision Measuring Equipment Interpretation of Maintenance Manuals, Bulletins and Directives · Comprehensive Problem Solving · Power Supplies · Maintenance Programs Management and Auditing Strict Attention-To-Detail Adaptable and Flexible · Bilingual (Spanish)


Avionics Technician, United States Navy Sep 2014 – Sep 2018

Whidbey Island, WA

Led and supervised technicians in the troubleshooting and repair of aviation internal/external communication, anti-submarine warfare sensors, radar navigation, acoustic, electronic support measures, and forward-looking infrared systems of EA-18G Growler Aircraft.

Quality Assurance Representative - inspected over 2,000 aviation avionics component maintenance actions.

Component-Level troubleshooter – facilitated and resolved Avionics challenges by advanced testing and evaluation to determine the fault or break in continuity within a component.

Devoted numerous hours in the successful training of new and junior technicians, resulting in minimal discrepancies in company critical evaluation inspections.

Performed maintenance on electronic warfare, data link, fire control and tactical displays with associated equipment.

Intern, DMV Investigations Unit Aug 2008 – Dec 2009

N.Y.S Department of Motor Vehicles

Gathered and verified Intel for investigators to be used in pending court cases; conducted computer research for Intel gathering using databases such as: COMPASS, ISO, and Carfax amongst others.


Bachelor of Arts in International Criminal Justice

John Jay College of Criminal Justice New York, NY Aug 2004 – Dec 2008


Certified Microsoft Specialist: Word, Power Point and Excel.

CPR & AED certified by the American Heart Association

Certified and licensed in various support equipment such as: Cranes type 2 & 3, mid-range tow tractor, nitrogen servicing unit.

Extensive academic research


Member/ John Jay College International Criminal Justice Club, 2006 -2009

Member of JEA/ Junior Enlisted Association 2016 – Present

Volunteer of Habitat for Humanity

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