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Electrical Operator

Orlando, Florida, United States
October 24, 2016

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Orlando, FL 32824



Avionics professional with a strong work ethic and superb attention to details.

Proven record in following SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures), maintaining extensive documentation, and focusing on quality and safety/human factor while meeting deadlines.

Training and experience with power equipment, various electronics troubleshooting equipment (i.e. oscilloscope, multimeter) and Wi-Fi and entertainment cable installation (i.e. Rj45 Cat 5E Cat 6 shielded and unshielded).

Excellent skills in communicating, analyzing, troubleshooting and problem-solving.

Flexible/adaptable; quick learner who is effective as a team player or independent worker.


AVIONICA – Orlando, FL

Avionics Certification (2016)

Training/certification included:

Airbus Family - A318, A319, A320, A321

Transponder and Pitot Static-Testing

Fabrication & Installation of Wire harness

Pitot-Static System and Instruments

Quadrax connectors and cable system

Safety Practices; FOD & Human Factor

Wi-Fi Rj45 Cat 5E Cat 6

Wi-Fi Rj45 Cat 5E Cat 6 Shielded

BERGEN COLLEGE – Paramus, NJ; completed 69 credits toward 3-year Associate degree program in Nursing


FCC Commercial Radio Operator License:

GROL (General Radio Operator’s License) – Element 3

MROP (Marine Radio Operator’s Permit) – Element 1

[Note: will be pursuing FCC Radar Tech – Element 8]

AOPA Air Safety Institute – Runway Safety Certification


AVIONICA – Orlando, FL 2016

[Note: 6-month training/hands-on experience is equivalent to 2 years of experience]

Avionics Technician

Responsible for aircraft electrical system installations, maintenance and operational check sheets.

Handled harness fabrication (via electrical coaxial and circular connections, soldering and crimping tools); repaired, troubleshot and ran new electrical harness as required in order to ensure minimum aircraft downtime.

Conducted pitot-static and transponders checks inspections.

Used schematics to troubleshoot navigation and electronic communication systems as well as read blue prints.

Electrical Wire and Inspection System (EWIA).

Electrical Wiring Interconnect System (EWIS).

Performed ring terminal, wire stripper, splice and terminal, wire soldering, wire harness fabrication and outside terminal work.

Efficient assembly, welding and wiring as needed to fix aircraft.

Carried out troubleshooting and wiring assembly work within estimated times and according to FAA regulations.


ATAO – Orlando, FL 2014 – Present

Avionics Technician

Avionics system installations.

Performed inspection of Avionics systems in accordance with FAA regulations

Solder, crimp, route and tie off electrical equipment.

Troubleshoot electrical as well as electronic equipment problems.

Harness Fabrication from schematics.

Installed and inspected wiring using EWIS guidelines.

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