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Maintenance Quality

Location:
Huger, South Carolina, 29450, United States
Posted:
October 13, 2016

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Alvin Marvin Brown

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

Huger, SC *9450 US

Day Phone: 843-***-****

Email: acw1ms@r.postjobfree.com

Country of Citizenship:

United States

Veterans' Preference:

No

Registered for Selective Service:

I am a male born before January 1, 1960, and therefore I am exempt from registering with the Selective Service.

Availability:

Work Experience:

Job Type: Permanent, Temporary, Term

Work Schedule: Full-Time, Shift Work

Marine Depot Maintenance Command (MDMC)

Albany, GA United States

08/2012 - Present

Hours per week: 40

Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic

Deployed to Afghanistan in this position responsible for inspection of equipment rebuilt, repaired, or modified within the JPO center, maintain documentation of functional testing on MRAP’s. Created job plans, inspection plans, work orders, maintenance work requirements, technical manuals, and oral or written instructions from supervisors. I identified needs for changes in inspection criteria and I have the ability to make early determinations of non-conforming or problem areas and communicate these observations to quality assurance/control supervision, production supervision as required for effective resolution and quality control.

I am responsible for diagnostics and repairs on the MRAP vehicle. I inspected and recorded all discrepancies, performed walk around inspections, performed an LTI inspection and made repairs to all discrepancies, Including but not limited to: Diagnose and repaired engine and components, transmissions and components, brake system and components, electrical system and components, suspension and components, transfer unit and components, fuel system and components, exhaust system and components, differentials and components, I repaired and replaced body parts such as fenders, windows, turn signal lamps, headlamps, spot lamps, rear steps, turrets, exhaust system, tires, wheels, mirrors, storage bins.

Responsible for annual preventive maintenance services, perform walk around inspection of hull, doors and hatches, all lights, differentials, wheels, tires, fenders, turret, inspect for damage or worn components, change engine oil and filters, change transmission oil and filters, change differential oil, power steering oil and filter, service air system replace descant filter, service transfer, replace engine serpentine belt, inspect and clean battery terminals, change wheel hub oil, replaced windshield wiper blades, inspect and repair all lights, Lube hinges, steering linkage and joints, steering gear, brake automatic slack adjuster, front axle universal joint, pitman arm /drag link connections, driveshaft’s universal joints, towing pintle.

In-process inspection phase I perform visual, dimensional, static measurement, and operational test and inspections, progressively at designated stages or randomly during the fabrication, rebuild, repair, modification, and test of parts, structures, components, assemblies and systems on the MRAP. Inspected for dimensional controls, tolerances corrosion, and alignment, adjustments of control systems and controls as well as workmanship. Inspected for proper installation, alignment, adjustments, connections, synchronization, operation of systems, mechanical, hydraulic, electro/hydraulic, electrically controlled systems. I provided documentation of all inspections and tests performed through quality inspection reports, form 2404a, and form 2407. These documents are placed on every MRAP that is inspected on the JPO lot whether accepted or rejected during the in-process phase.

Final acceptance inspection phase I inspected to ensure and validate that all repairs and modifications have been completed and quality personnel have been performed. During this inspection the MRAP is put through several tests. Cross-country, over the road, test track, load lifting and other operational test to validate the overall performance of the MRAP complex and integrated system. Then the data is organized, collated, and reported, including documentation of problems, malfunctions, deficiencies, and/or defects and results of operational test with each inspection during the final acceptance inspection phase.

Rangeland Systems

NA, KU KU

07/2011 - Present

Hours per week: 40

Senior Mechanic Heavy Equipment Mechanic

In this position I perform duties as a Heavy wheel and tactical equipment mechanic responsible for assessing and troubleshooting problems through preventive and maintenance inspections to assure readiness for combat providing the customer with tactically safe vehicles.

Performed duties on MRAP, IMG ( Max Pro), RG33,MATV, Cougars, 4x4 and 6x6 also Caiman Plus, and RG33 Plus, inspected, serviced, maintained, repaired, replaced, adjusted and tested wheeled vehicles and material handling equipment systems, subsystems and components such as: power plant/packs, compression ignition engines, engine fuel systems, air induction, exhaust systems and cooling systems.

I am responsible for diagnostics and repairs on the MRAP vehicle. I inspected and recorded all discrepancies, performed walk around inspections, performed an LTI inspection and made repairs to all discrepancies, Including but not limited to: Diagnose and repaired engine and components, transmissions and components, brake system and components, electrical system and components, suspension and components, transfer unit and components, fuel system and components, exhaust system and components, differentials and components, I repaired and replaced body parts such as fenders, windows, turn signal lamps, headlamps, spot lamps, rear steps, turrets, exhaust system, tires, wheels, mirrors, storage bins.

Responsible for annual preventive maintenance services, perform walk around inspection of hull, doors and hatches, all lights, differentials, wheels, tires, fenders, turret, inspect for damage or worn components, change engine oil and filters, change transmission oil and filters, change differential oil, power steering oil and filter, service air system replace descant filter, service transfer, replace engine serpentine belt, inspect and clean battery terminals, change wheel hub oil, replaced windshield wiper blades, inspect and repair all lights, Lube hinges, steering linkage and joints, steering gear, brake automatic slack adjuster, front axle universal joint, pitman arm /drag link connections, driveshaft’s universal joints, towing pintle.

Operated and maintained forklifts, generators MRAP, numerous military vehicles and tractor-trailer combinations. Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Maintenance policies and procedures, Shop procedures, Analysis and Troubleshooting, MRAP Technical Inspections. Risk Assessment, Maintaining and Driving Heavy Vehicles, Material Handling and Environmental Health and Safety.

Troubleshoots vehicles to include engines, transmissions and transfers and diagnose problems for corrective action. Technical background in the maintenance arena includes; diagnosis, troubleshooting, assemble/disassemble, testing, repairs and servicing of engines, transmission, cooling, fuel and hydraulic systems, vehicle suspension, drive train, electrical, pneumatic, fire suppression systems (AFSS), life support systems (LSS), vehicle emergency rollover/ egress procedures and armor. Assist in the correct rebuild, tear down, inspection and assembly of OPGKs for installation on current APS-5 fleet.

As Senior I am responsible for providing instructions to coworkers, for getting work started, setting the work pace, demonstrating proper work methods, and assuring that plans and decisions as directed by the supervisor are implemented. Obtain work assignments for assigned employees and reports status. Predict and report work delays to supervisor. Manage material distribution efforts within defined constraints by coordinating and scheduling as required. Report all delays of delivery of material to work centers/stations to supervisor. Notify Manager immediately of any/all contradictions of assigned tasks relative to the expressed priorities of supported activities within the organization.

Assist Manager in assigning personnel to specific tasks according to workload, backlog and personnel availability. Explain to assign employees the methods and procedures required for new tasks to be performed. Change methods, procedures, work plans, or assignments independent of the supervisor in order to effectively utilize personnel and equipment. Check work in progress or upon completion to ascertain that work meets quality and quantity standards and determines whether procedures and instructions are being followed.

Services, inspects,maintains and determines causes of malfunctions and make repairs,or overhauls to motor transport equipment and a variety of heavy mobile equipment,vehicles including theft major systems. Peforms inspections of repair modification,and rebuild work done by others on a variety of Heavy Mobile Equipment. Inspect heavy heavy mobile equipment and associated components for conformance to work order, quality and other

Technical and performance requirements.

Aerotek/ITT

NA, KU KU

05/2011 - 07/2011

Hours per week: 40

Preventative Maintenance Check and Services

Inspector for all MRAPS vehicles, for the army, being commissioned to Afghanistan,

Check operation on all MRAPS for deployments. Use schematics, computers Pro-link and EZ-tech for troubleshooting, electrical systems within parameters. Combine and create mechanical data and forward to supervisor on Maxx Pros Plus, Maxx Pros, Maxx PRO DASH SERIES, Hummers, Caiman, MATV combat vehicles. To include test drives, functional operation test, of vehicles for proper operational assurance from a quality perspective. I inspected and recorded all discrepancies, performed walk around inspections, performed an LTI inspection and made repairs to all discrepancies, Including but not limited to: Diagnose and repaired engine and components, transmissions and components, brake system and components, electrical system and components, suspension and components, transfer unit and components, fuel system and components, exhaust system and components, differentials and components, I repaired and replaced body parts such as fenders, windows, turn signal lamps, headlamps, spot lamps, rear steps, turrets, exhaust system, tires, wheels, mirrors, storage bins.

Responsible for annual preventive maintenance services, perform walk around inspection of hull, doors and hatches, all lights, differentials, wheels, tires, fenders, turret, inspect for damage or worn components, change engine oil and filters, change transmission oil and filters, change differential oil, power steering oil and filter, service air system replace descant filter, service transfer, replace engine serpentine belt, inspect and clean battery terminals, change wheel hub oil, replaced windshield wiper blades, inspect and repair all lights, Lube hinges, steering linkage and joints, steering gear, brake automatic slack adjuster, front axle universal joint, pitman arm /drag link connections, driveshaft’s universal joints, towing pintle.

I inspect parts for wear against set specifications; reclaims used parts for reuse or replaces with new parts, rework brakes, chassis components, axles, wheels, and drive shafts. I install major components and effects interconnections of control lines, cables, and wiring. I perform tune-ups, adjustment of linkage, timing and servicing of equipment. I work independently using a variety of common test and measuring instruments such as timing lights, dwell meters, feeler gauges, compressions test gauges, test lights, multimeters in adjusting, tuning, trouble shooting and repairing equipment.

I inventory all vehicles assigned, verification of all serial numbers to include sub-assemblies are correct for performance feedback and inventory control.

WABCO

NA, KU KU

02/2011 - 03/2011

Hours per week: 40

Test Technician

In this position I assemble and test prototypes. I make and remove all necessary mechanical, electrical, fluid and instrument connection within the test cells functioning properly. Diagnose, maintain, and repair the electrical and mechanical systems of the test cell for proper function; Ensure calibration and proper function of data acquisition equipment; Organize R and D parts; Keep test status logs updated.

Analyze and inspect test failures and customer or warranty returns. I utilized special tools and machinery such as impact wrenches, special pullers, arbor presses, blast cleaner, drills, pressure gauges, micrometers and more to remove components for inspection to determine if the extent of wear is within the acceptable tolerances for reuse or properly discard those worn beyond limitation. I utilized a systematic approach to diagnose the problem, and independent judgment to determine the degree of disassembly required in order to maintain the minimum expense while maintaining or exceeding the standard of quality.

I assemble wiring, insulation, and electrical components following method layouts. Diagnose solid-state boards to component level, soldering and replacing parts as needed. I maintain preventive maintenance on machines and visually inspect and listen to machines and equipment to locate causes of malfunctions.

Independently install, troubleshoot and repair electrical equipment. Disassembles electrical systems by removing such items as junction boxes, instruments panels, cable assemblies, light fixtures, and wiring harnesses, electrical receptacles, rectifiers, generator/regulators, blower motors, panel boxes, traverse motors, distribution boxes, traverse motor, generators and accessory box assemblies, cubicle box assemblies, accessory control boxes, slip ring assemblies, gun firing solenoids, gun firing relays, rammer control boxes, gunner's selector switch assemblies, power relay boxes as well as all cable straps, clamps and assorted hardware.

Force Protection Industries Inc.

NA, KU KU

09/2004 - 10/2009

Hours per week: 40

Field Service Representative

Test MRAP vehicles systems, perform repairs and preventives maintenance. Provided over 1200 hours of instruction to soldiers as a subject matter expert on performing vehicle tear downs to remove wiring harnesses, engines, transmissions, axles, and transfer cases (t-cases). Performed all MRAP vehicle maintenance which includes RG31 and 33s vehicles. I am responsible for performing as the first and second shift supervisor at the MRAP manufacturing facility. Work on Buffalos, Cougars, MISTIFFS, ILAV, and JERY, provided instruction on the MATV to military personnel on safe operations. Perform in process quality control minimizing downtime and rework.

Border Patrol Academy

Charleston, SC US

02/2002 - 09/2004

Hours per week: 40

Mechanic Supervisor

In this position I assign personnel to specific tasks according to workload, backlog and personnel availability. Explain to employees the methods and procedures required for new tasks to be performed. Change methods, procedures, work plans, or assignments independent of the supervisor in order to effectively utilize personnel and equipment. Check work in progress or upon completion to ascertain that work meets quality and quantity standards and determines whether procedures and instructions are being followed.

Assign task to be performed by individual members. Work along with others. Demonstrate the proper work methods and procedures. Insure that needed plans, blueprints, materials, and tools are available and that needed stock is obtained from supply personnel. Maintain a current knowledge and answer questions from other worker on procedures policies, written instructions, and other directives (e.g. technical manuals, work orders, technical instructions, and process standards).

Made sure all classes where set up for incoming students. Performed class set up for preventive maintenance for all vehicles, supervised eight people, ensured that all courses were kept clean for day and night driving. Also was responsible for making sure that equipment used for training met.

City of Charleston Garage

Charleston, SC US

09/1998 - 02/2002

Hours per week: 40

Lead Mechanic

Perform as work leader, for dual shift maintenance operation. Maintaining a variety of city vehicles from simple routine maintenance to intricate rebuilds and troubleshooting. I am responsible for providing instructions to coworkers, for getting work started, setting the work pace, demonstrating proper work methods, and assuring that plans and decisions as directed by the supervisor are implemented. Obtain work assignments for assigned employees and reports status. Predict and report work delays to supervisor. Manage material distribution efforts within defined constraints by coordinating and scheduling as required. Report all delays of delivery of material to work centers/stations to supervisor. Notify supervisor immediately of any/all contradictions of assigned tasks relative to the expressed priorities of supported activities within the organization.

Assist supervisor in assigning personnel to specific tasks according to workload, backlog and personnel availability. Explain to assign employees the methods and procedures required for new tasks to be performed. Change methods, procedures, work plans, or assignments independent of the supervisor in order to effectively utilize personnel and equipment. Check work in progress or upon completion to ascertain that work meets quality and quantity standards and determines whether procedures and instructions are being followed.

Conduct quality control\assurance minimizing downtime and rework. Conduct inspections of materials, products, processes, and services for conformance to specifications and requirements; to detect processing technical documentation deficiencies; and to take or recommend corrective action, including establishing acceptable quality levels and statistical techniques. Perform visual, dimensional, static measurement, and operational test and inspections, progressively at designated stages. Maintain, and enhance quality systems by analysis of the products, evaluation of quality data. Monitor product certification decisions, procedure checklists, and other guidelines for reviewing quality systems in a cost effective manner. Maintain records and historical trends of observed audit results and performance measurements. Determine performance requirements and characteristics, non-destructive testing requirements, configuration, and special inspection equipment requirements. Investigate, analyze, and develop solutions for failure of various types of equipment, both on-site and at field activities, where a need for quality experience is indicated.

Provide logistical and administrative support to 16 technicians and support personnel. Hand on leader with personal involvement on all projects to assist personnel in timely completion, meeting customer expectations.

Alvin Brown

Charleston, SC US

07/1991 - 09/1998

Hours per week: 40

Self-Employed

Contracted cooling systems repair to include pressure testing, solder repairs, installations and removals. Engine rebuilds, to include removals and installations. Also performed troubleshooting on automotive and machine electrical systems, machine hydraulic systems, and machine and automotive brake systems to include pad replacement to Brake system rebuilds.

I inspect, disassemble, repair, rebuild, modify, test and adjust engine accessories and various components such as: hydraulic, cooling, electrical and mechanical systems, fuel tanks, drive shafts, vent ducts, and more to the exact specifications as stated in the technical manual.

I utilized special tools and machinery such as impact wrenches, special pullers, arbor presses, blast cleaner, drills, pressure gauges, micrometers and more to remove components for inspection to determine if the extent of wear is within the acceptable tolerances for reuse or properly discard those worn beyond limitation. I utilized a systematic approach to diagnose the problem, and independent judgment to determine the degree of disassembly required in order to maintain the minimum expense while maintaining or exceeding the standard of quality.

I assemble wiring, insulation, and electrical components following method layouts. Diagnose solid-state boards to component level, soldering and replacing parts as needed. I maintain preventive maintenance on machines and visually inspect and listen to machines and equipment to locate causes of malfunctions.

Perform services, lubricates, replaces, remove, installs, repairs and adjust, purges, and tests following systems, components, and assemblies: the engine fuel exhaust, cooling, electrical, transmission final drive, track and suspension, steering controls, hull, chemical protection, miscellaneous accessories, and special purpose kits; prepares vehicles for operation under abnormal conditions by sealing, waterproofing, and servicing with special fuel and lubricants; performs corrective organizational maintenance on previously diagnosed malfunctions of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems and components; test- operates equipment as required and monitors for evidence of abnormal operations; employs applicable test, measuring and diagnostic equipment in conjunction with technical publication to troubleshoot and test continuity of electrical circuits; troubleshoots diagrams; operates hand and power tools and equipment; performs or assists in vehicle recovery and evacuation operations.

Perform maintenance on engines, clutches, transmission, differentials, steering assemblies, transfer cases, and hydraulic cylinder; repairs components by replacing valves, shafts, gears, bearing, rings, and seals.

Cummings

Charleston, SC US

06/1990 - 07/1991

Hours per week: 40

Coolant Technician

Test and repair all radiators, train all incoming personal on soldering, testing cooling systems for leaks and repair, perform maintenance on Bradley tank cooling systems, work with engineering in the testing and repair of prototype cooling systems. Tested and repaired radiators for the HMMWVs.

Education:

Allen University Columbia, SC US

Some College Coursework Completed

Wando High School Mt. Pleasant, SC US

High School or equivalent 06/1974

Additional Information:

Current Secret Security Clearance Class B CDL

Basic Safety training and First Aid Air Brakes Certified

Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities Sea School 359 STCW 95

Basic Fire Fighting Sea School 53 Air Conditioning Certified

Personal Survival Techniques Sea School 363 Problem Solving Experienced

Customer Service Experienced Group Facilitation Experienced

Staff Training and Development Experienced Forklift Certified

Merchant Marine Expire 1/12/2016 type pg TWIC Card,Expire 10/23/2015

Certified in Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems.



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