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Maintenance Service

Location:
De Berry, Texas, 75639, United States
Posted:
October 18, 2016

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Joseph W. Sneed Jr.

**** ** *** ** ** Berry, TX. 75639, 903-***-**** mobile, 903-***-**** home, acw309@r.postjobfree.com

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Objective:

Obtain a position with a reputable company and gain new work experience as well as to contribute to the continued success of this organization.

Experience:

Retired from 20 years of military service as of 1 August 2009. Available for work

24 October 2016.

. 2015/11/01 to Present

X-Ray Technical Services

Installation Team Lead

Responsible for repair, troubleshooting, and preventive maintenance on various

NII Manufactured Systems I.E: Z Portals, Z-Backscatter X-Ray systems Gen1,

Gen2 and Mil-trailer, Gemini, SIM Body scanners, Smiths Detection HCVm and

HCVP High Energy X-Ray/Forde Protection systems, and various computer and

network systems. Experienced in us of test and diagnostic equipment such as

multi-meters, oscilloscopes, /radiation meters, and diagnostic software. /skilled in

prevention maintenance activities, performs scheduled and un-scheduled

maintenance. Licensed to operate forklifts, man lifts, frontend loaders, bobcats,

and various equipment.

2013/01/10 to 2015/02/10

CSMI/GDLS

Electrical and Electronics Repairers

Mission essential personnel for project SUSI/Commando deployment to

Afghanistan. Performed various duties such as training, installation, equipment

Calibration and maintenance. Supported fully robotic UGV built in collaboration by

Hendricks Motorsport and General Dynamic Land Systems. Was instrumental in

upgrading chassis at Hendricks Motorsports in Charlotte NC and installing wiring

and robotic components at GDLS in Westminster MD. Maintained 2013 Jeep

Wrangler with JK-8 body kit designed for SF Command. Robotic Jeep with different

payloads which could be loaded into bed of robotic vehicle and also operated

remotely.

From2012/10/01 to 2013/01/04

Trinity Rail Ind. (2012/10/01-2013/01/04)

Industrial Maintenance Technician

Repaired industrial equipment in rail car industry, to include arch welders, plasma

cutters, Roll wheel, blasters, overhead cranes, and all equipment within industry.

Certified operator of all man lifts, forklifts, lockout tag out certified, arch flash

certified. Reason for leaving employment, ordered back overseas to support

ongoing military mission, with previous employer.

From 2009/10/07 to 2012/06/01

CSMI (20091007-20140601)

Field Service Engineer (FSE)

Currently deployed in Afghanistan Region, travel all over country to maintain and service Army ZBV Backscatter & Mil-Trailer Program. Support initial fielding of Systems and provide New Equipment Training (NET) and refresher training as needed. Implement supply chain coordination with end item user customer and logistical personnel, troubleshoot to component level if required, diagnose system performance, repair (remove and replace), and evacuate system components as required. Perform field upgrades and system modifications as required. Perform Battle Damage Assessment and Repair (BDAR). Assist equipment end-user in the effective implementation, operation, and maintenance of the system. Coordinate with end use customer and main office for status reporting. Performs electronic, electromechanical, mechanical maintenance and communication support on deployed technologies in gesture and difficult to support environments.

From 05/16/1989 to 31/07/2009

HHC 593d Special Troops Battalion (STB) U.S. Army (20081210-20090731)

Schools NCO/Transportation NCO Fort Lewis WA. United States

Duties: Served as the Company School NCO for 256 personnel with primary responsibilities to ensure that service members were scheduled into classes required for career progression. Ensuring all forms are properly filled out and forwarded to higher. Compiled a variety of recurring and one time reports, assembled the correct information and assimilated the data into a presentable format, based on guidance and directives. Performed additional duties as Company Transportation NCO; responsibilities included transporting personnel as a group from one location to another and return. Utilizing TMP equipment,(e.g. TRK CGO COMM 5,6 Ton, Bus COMM 16,25, 28, 36, 44, 56 PASS, TRK TRAC COMM 5, 7 Ton and TRL COMM 80 PAX. OF 346 expires 15 Feb 2015

FROM 02/03/2006 to 10/03/2008

Bravo Company 15th Brigade Support Battalion (BSB) 1CD, 2BCT, U. S. Army (20060210- 20081210) Shop Foreman/Motor Sergeant, Instructor, Fort Hood TX. United States

Duties: Instructed drivers training while stationed at Ft Hood,1CD, Jan 2006-Mar2008

Instructed various classes on vehicle operations, to include Operation Theory, Direct Support Maintenance, and Troubleshooting for "The Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles" (FMTV), Instructed weekly classes over 20 year career on maintaining, characteristics, and deploying all types of military equipment. Normal class size would range from 15 to 20 students from company or section. Instructed directly from Technical Manual by the numbers. Instructs 10-40 level maintenance. Served as Brigade shop foreman assigned to B. CO. 15th BSB, for a period of 8 months while assigned state side prior to deployment. Responsible for field level maintenance (63B30 MOS).Deployed to Baghdad Iraq in Oct 06 - Jan 08 assumed duties as (63B40 MOS) Brigade Motor Sergeant, Responsible schedule and unscheduled field level maintenance on 5 Tracked Vehicles, 182 wheeled Vehicles, 40 Trailers and all visiting convoys with maintenance issues that traveled to FOB Falcon and FOB Prosperity. Subject Matter Expert (SME) for proper employment of applicable TMDE in conjunction with technical manuals used to diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair vehicle malfunction to the lowest component. Supervised 47 personnel 63 series during deployment with a 96% Operational Readiness Rate throughout OIF 06 - 08. Managed the diagnosis and repair of over 1500 NMC faults, inspected over 250 convoys to ensure mission readiness which impacted over 125,000 miles safely driven during deployment.

FROM 10/10/1999 to 10/02/2006

47th CSH (Combat Support Hospital) 62nd Medical Brigade, Duties served: Shop Foreman/ Motor Sergeant (10/1999 to 07/2002) transferred to 520th ASMC for deployment

520th ASMC 62nd Medical Brigade, U.S. Army, Fort Lewis WA. United States

Duties: Served as shop foreman assigned to an Arial Support Medical Company, deployed to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait in 09/2002 to 07/2003, assumed duty as Motor Sergeant in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, maintained 25 M997 tactical vehicles and 10 NTV (Non tactical vehicles), supervised all shop operations to include schedule and unscheduled maintenance. Redeployed to Umm-Qusar Iraq, Camp Bucca, 06/2004 to 04/2005 served as senior mechanic, supervised unit maintenance and readiness of 25 tactical vehicles, material handling equipment and power generation equipment.

FROM 09/1998 to 09/1999

C. Co. 52nd AVN REGT. 194th Maintenance Battalion Camp Humphrey's, Korea

Duties: Service and Recovery NCO, supervised the servicing of 137 pieces of ground equipment, and developed five personnel

FROM 02/1992 to 8/1998

B. Co. 125th FSB, Coleman Barracks, Manheim, Germany

Duties: Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic

FORM 11/1989 to 01/1992

3/11 Field Artillery, Fort Lewis WA & nbsp.

Duties: Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities include but not limited to the following:

Principles, concepts, and methodology of subject matter sufficient to instruct others in the principles, concepts, practices, and specialized methods in field environment.

Support maintenance capabilities of the installation for specific repair services, and depot overhaul projects; provided technical and administrative assistance developing comprehensive negotiations.

School trained Recovery Specialist, H8 qualified at Fort Dix NJ. 1989.

Able to use diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot and maintain wheeled and tracked vehicles and power generation equipment.

Knowledge includes repairing vehicle systems (wheeled and tracked), Fuel (gas and diesel), Lubrication, hydraulic, chassis and suspension, vehicle electrical and cooling.

Complete maintenance and administrative forms and other paperwork related to performance of duties.

Troubleshoot and correct malfunctions in automotive systems (engine, transmission, cooling, fuel, exhaust, drive-line and suspension) using built in test equipment (BITE), test equipment and/or manual troubleshooting procedures (MTPs), common and special tools and applicable technical documentation.

Extensive knowledge on the following equipment:

M1083 series 5 Ton

M939 series 5 Ton

M1070 Heavy Equipment Transporter (HET)

M1000 Trailer

M1114, M1151, M1152 UAH HUMMWV

4L80-E Transmission

M998, M997 HMMWV

M1120

M1076 PLST

M984A4

M88A2 (Hercules)

Stryker family of vehicles

Education:

TSTC Diesel Driving School. Graduation date 6 June. Currently have tankers and

doubles/triples endorsement

Elysian Fields High School, Elysian Fields Texas

Longview Technical College

Military Course Completions:

Course Title: Basic Combat Training Basic Training

ACE Exhibit: AR-2201-0399

Location: US ARMY TRAINING CENTER at FT DIX, NJ

Army Course Number: 750-BT

Military Occupational Specialties Held: 63X40 Duty

Special Qualification Identifiers: TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE (A)

Additional Skill Identifiers: RECOVERY OPERATIONS (H8)

Course Title: SUPERVISOR DEVELOPMENT (SDC)

Army Course Number: 131-F21.

Location: Camp Humphrey's Korea

From: 10/01/1998 To: 09/30/1999

Course Title: MANAGER DEVELOPMENT

Army Course Number: 131 F31

Location: Camp Humphrey's Korea

From: 10/01/1998 To: 09/30/1999

Course Title: PROTECTING SECRET AND CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS

Army Course Number: 553DF24

Location: Camp Humphrey's Korea

From: 10/01/1998 To: 09/30/1999

Course Title: SUPPORT OPERATIONS PHASE 1 & nbsp.

Army Course Number: 907 F23 (ALMC-SO)

Location: SOLDIER SUPPORT CENTER at FT LEWIS, WA

From: 10/01/2002 To: 12/31/2003

Course Title: ADDITIONAL DUTY SAFETY

Army Course Number: 2G-F95 (DL)

Location: ARMY SAFETY CTR at FT RUCKER, AL

From: 10/03/2005 To: 09/30/2006

Course Title: TECH TRANSP OF HAZ MAT (OS)

Army Course Number: AMMO-62-OS

Location: AMMUNITION SCHOOL at SAVANNA, IL

From: 08/21/2006 To: 09/01/2006

Awards:

ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL (3RD AWARD)

ARMY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL (6TH AWARD)

ARMY GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL (6TH AWARD)

NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE MEDAL (3RD AWARD)

GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM EXPEDITIONARY MEDAL

GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM SERVICE MEDAL

KOREAN DEFENSE SERVICE MEDAL

IRAQ CAMPAIGN MEDAL W/CAMPAIGN STAR

NON COMMISSIONED OFFICER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT RIBBON (2ND AWARD)

OVERSEAS SERVICE RIBBON (5TH AWARD)

DRIVER AND MECHANIC BADGE

MECHANIC BADGE

References:

Chris Knox (CSMI/Program Manager)

978-***-****

Randall Kaminsky (CSMI/Vice President)

978-***-****

CSM Julie Walter (Supervisor)

253-***-**** EMAIL acw309@r.postjobfree.com

SFC Clem Strait (Supervisor)

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