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Maintenance Electronics Technician

Location:
Atlanta, GA
Posted:
June 30, 2016

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ROBERT W. TODD II

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

Apartment E8

Manchester, TN 37355

Cell: 619-***-****

acvilq@r.postjobfree.com

MULTI-CRAFT TECHNICIAN / ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN / QUALITY INSPECTOR

More than eight years of operator / supervisor level experience in high-pressure settings. Organized, take-charge professional with exceptional follow-through abilities and excellent management skills.

Experienced nuclear reactor plant control equipment technician, and maintenance supervisor. Dedicated workforce team leader with quality control experience.

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Experience & Achievements

2002-2011 U.S. Navy

Nuclear Reactor Operator / Electronics Technician

US Navy, USS George Washington, Norfolk, VA/Yokosuka, Japan: 2004 – 2009

Senior Reactor Controls operator on board USS George Washington, responsible for operation and safety for reactor controls equipment. Supervised, scheduled and reviewed maintenance items performed in one plant engineering spaces. Mentor junior personnel for career advancement.

Involved in Reactor Controls Division monitoring of maintenance practices to improve performance and reduce errors. Additionally, monitored performance of all equipment to note changes in key safety systems in order to anticipate problems.

Quality Assurance Inspector/ Maintenance Supervisor

US Navy, Southwest Regional Maintenance Center, San Diego, CA: 2009

Quality Assurance Inspector in Quality Management Division at Southwest Regional Maintenance Center San Diego. Responsible for the performance of quality assurance inspections, surveillances and monitoring of all aspects of quality control practices, and the maintenance, modernization and technical support of all ships, submarines, and aircraft carriers and miscellaneous US Naval vessels transiting through the area.

Supervised and coordinated testing efforts between military and civilian work centers

Responsible for successful, timely completion of maintenance from beginning to end, at or under budget and ahead of schedule

Evaluated calibrations of maintenance and test equipment

Experience & Achievements (Continued)

Training Supervisor/ Administrative Assistant

US Navy, Southwest Regional Maintenance Center, San Diego, CA: 2009-2011

Managed the Electronics Technician Training program for the 55 personnel associated with the US Navy Nuclear Propulsion Program

Conducted process reviews for 5 different departments

2011-2014

Student:

University of Maryland, College Park, MD (2011-2014)

General education courses, general engineering

Collaborative team project. Design, and build autonomous hovercraft robot.

Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, NJ (2013-Present)

Pursuing BSAST (Bachelors of Science Nuclear Energy Engineering Technology) (Completed. Graduation September 2016).

Senior Reactor Operator (SRO) Trainee (Volunteer) 2014

Maryland University Training Reactor (MUTR), University of Maryland, College Park

Student volunteer, participating in training and qualifications for reactor operations at University of Maryland’s nuclear research reactor.

2014-Present Yates Services

Maintenance Technician, Nissan Powertrain Plant, Decherd, Tennessee

Responsible for performance of both electrical and mechanical planned maintenance and troubleshooting of engine factory machining equipment as part of Machining Maintenance Division. Further duties include the operation, programming and troubleshooting of both Omron and Fanuc Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), Computer Numeric Controllers (CNC), and Fanuc Robots. Maintenance performed safely, preventing and/or minimizing factory production downtime.

Education

Thomas Edison State University, Bachelors Degree

BSAST Nuclear Energy Engineering Technology, 2016 (awaiting graduation)

University of Maryland, Engineering Student

Navy Nuclear Propulsion Training Command – US Navy

Electronics Technician (Nuclear Field) “A” School

Navy Nuclear Power School

Nuclear Power Training Unit, Ballston Spa, NY; Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory

Reactor Operator, S8G Prototype, KAPL

Professional Duties and Accomplishments

Proficient in the use of schematic diagrams, engineering drawings, wiring diagrams.

Tasked to supervise routine and corrective maintenance

Appointed to supervise, inspect and manage coordination between maintenance teams; both civilian and military

Strong team leader, project manager, and mentor



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