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Maintenance Technician Training

Location:
Clermont, Florida, United States
Salary:
$95,000
Posted:
May 07, 2019

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William ( Rusty ) Strausbaugh

**** ******** ***** ***** * Clermont, FL 34711 * 951-***-**** cell * ac9bj2@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE: Motivated, results-driven employee with technical and management experience in the high-tech semiconductor industry, as well as Aircraft structure and Supervision experience. Hands on experience in production floor management, with a reputation for dedication, creative problem solving and outstanding service.

EXPERIENCE:

8/16 – Present Maintenance Manager Qorvo Apopka, FL

Key Responsibilities & Accomplishments:

Responsible for hiring, direction, coordination, training, corrective action & evaluation of 10 – 20 night shift equipment technicians.

Responsible for the training of equipment technicians in the following areas; SPC, team leadership, communications and problem solving.

Responsible for enforcing safety policies to ensure a safe work environment.

Provide timely and accurate inputs for the indirect labor on shift.

Authorized overtime and vacation, scheduled coverage and ensured timecard accuracy.

Maintained accurate production records and collection of data for tracking improvement.

2/98 – 7/16 Senior Maintenance Level 9 Technician International Rectifier/Infineon Temecula, CA

Technical proficiences:

Maintain, troubleshoot and perform daily preventive maintenace on all Films Equipment (Varian 3290, Oerlikon, Endura, Applied Material P5000, Tegal SFI ).

Support areas in Varian 3290 ( target changes, clip changes etc.).

Maintain, troubleshoot and perform daily preventive maintenace on all Wet Etchers ( FSI Mercury MP, FSI Zues, FSI Saturn, SEZ 203 Spin Etcher ).

Maintain, Troubleshoot and Perform Daily Preventive maintenance on all Dry Etchers ( Lam 490, Tegal 903e, Gasonics Auro 1000, Gasonics AE 2001, Novellus Pep 3510a ).

Written and updated Maintenace Specifications for Varian 3290, FSI Mercury MP, Lam 490, Tegal 903e Etchers.

Perform bottle changes: Toxic & Non-toxic Gasses ( Cl2, CHF3, SF6, HE, Etc.).

Monitoring and updating SPC ( Statical Process Control ) charts.

Certified in CPR, 40hr Hazwoper Training, Incident Commander Training, Lock-out/Tag-out and Hazardous Materials Containment.

Member of the Emergency First Response Team.

Technical Certifications:

Vender trained: FSI Mercury MP, LAM 490 Auto Etcher, SEZ 203 Spin Etcher, Novellus Pep 3510a and Oerlikon.

Certified: Tegal 903e Etcher, Gasonics Auro 1000, Gasonics AE 2001, FSI Zues MP, FSI Saturn MP, Tencor Surfscan 6100, Varian 3290, Nitto Seiki NT-02/03 Tape/Detape, Shibayama VG502 mk118 Grinder, Takatori ATRM 2200 Detape, Longhill LH836 Tape, Accretech PG200 Grind.

2/95 – 2/98 Maintenance Supervisor International Rectifier/Infineon Temecula, CA

Key Responsibilities & Accomplishments:

Responsible for hiring, direction, coordination, training, corrective action & evaluation of 10 – 20 night shift equipment technicians.

Responsible for the training of equipment technicians in the following areas; SPC, team leadership, communications and problem solving.

Led TPM team that was instrumental in developing, implementing and working with document control for internal audits ( ISO 9000 and QS 14900 ).

Supported company in department iniatives in QFDCE, SPC, PPM, TPM, and OEE.

Responsible for enforcing safety policies to ensure a safe work environment.

Provide timely and accurate inputs for the indirect labor on shift.

Authorized overtime and vacation, scheduled coverage and ensured timecard accuracy.

Worked with JIT and Bottleneck Management, TPM and 6S.

Maintained accurate production records and collection of data for tracking improvement.

5/87 – 11/94 Aircraft Production Supervisor McDonnell Douglas(Boeing) Aircraft, Long Beach, CA

Key Responsibilities

Responsible for maintaining production lines on MD-80, MD-11, and C-17 Aircraft production lines and ensuring JIT results.

Responsible for hiring, direction, coordination, training, corrective action & evaluation of 30 – 50 aircraft technicians.

Responsible for maintaining cooperative work environment between union and non-union labor.

William ( Rusty ) Strausbaugh

3273 Tumbling River Drive * Clermont, FL 34711 * 951-***-**** cell * ac9bj2@r.postjobfree.com

5/87 – 11/94 Aircraft Maintenance Technician (K2J2 Structure) McDonnell Douglas(Boeing) Aircraft, Long Beach, CA

Key Responsibilities

MD-80/MD90 Aircraft, responsible for working on main structure, wing join, and landing gear.

DC10/ KC10 / MD-11 Aircraft, responsible for working aft cargo and number 2 engine stand, and main barrel join.

C-17 Aircraft, responsible for working main body / wing join. Filet panel instiallation for wing structure.

MILITARY

EXPERINECE:

12/82 – 12/88 United States Marine Corps Honorable Discharge

Key Responsibilities:

Aviation Ordinance Technician.

Maintain and repair OA4M aircraft and loading systems.

Troubleshoot and repair electrical issues pertaining to ordinance load racks.

EDUCATION: High School Diploma Chillicothe High School Chillicothe,OH

Automotive Mechanic Diploma Pickaway/Ross Vocational School Chillicothe,OH



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