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Quality Control Technician

Tacoma, Washington, United States
October 10, 2016

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Angel Rodriguez



Divers Institute of Technology. 17/May/2016

Diesel and gas engines Technician. US army.

Commercial Driver License CDL . “PENDING” (06/Sep/2016)

TWIC, Exp. 26/Mar/2021

US Passport, Exp. 18/Oct/2017

Red Cross First Responder and CPR, Exp. November 2017

Kirby Morgan Hat Technician.

NAUI open water SCUBA (DIT) and PADI advanced open water.

Environmental compliance officer. (Army)


Over 10 years experience as a Technician in diesel and gas engines.

Experienced in operating, troubleshooting and repair.

Sustainment maintenance on Detroit and Cummins diesel engines, generators, gasoline engines and Hydraulic systems.

Skilled at reading and understanding repair manuals, flow charts, electronic wiring schematics and hydraulics schematics.

Certified by MRAP University for airbrake system repairs.


DIT. Divers Institute of Technology. Seattle Wa.

General Education Development. San Leandro CA.

Advanced Individual Training as a 91B Light Wheel Vehicle Mechanic. Fort Jackson SC.

Advanced level Maintenance Training on Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles. MRAP University, Texarkana TX.


2005-2015 United States Army (Active Duty)

Currently in the Army National Guard. WA.

Angel Rodriguez



Engine Repair: United States Army.

Knowledge on repair of components of Cummins and Detroit Diesel engines, including oil and fuel lines, shafts, seals, wiring harnesses, Hydraulic systems and generators. Utilized power and special tools such as: jacks, pullers, and gauges; strictly adhered to technical manuals, charts, schematics and diagrams to assist in finding and resolving problems.

Automotive Repair: United States Army.

Experienced in troubleshooting, fault isolation, disassembly, and

Rebuilding of various Cummins, Detroit, General Motors, Caterpillar, and Allison drive-train components and control assemblies. Inspected, disassembled, assembled, and tested various components of wheeled vehicles such as: electrical, hydraulic, and fuel systems. Adjusted transmission linkage, replaced disk and drum break assembles. Dissembled, repaired and assemble suspension systems.

Diagnostic and Quality Control: United States Army.

Utilized appropriate test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment including; voltmeters, motor analyzers, oscilloscopes, antifreeze and lead acid test equipment to locate defects and perform repair procedures. Test drove repaired equipment to ensure problems were resolved. Maintained part usage records and ordered repair parts from designated suppliers. Test mechanical operations, plus electrical circuits.

Supervision: United States Army

Supervised shop and motor pool operations of a team of 13 mechanic specialists that include Striker mechanics, Light wheel mechanics and Generator mechanics in charge of 50 light and heavy wheel vehicles costing at a price range of half of million to two million dollars per vehicle.


English and Spanish Language.

Recovery of heavy equipment.

Transportation of heavy and oversize equipment.

Installation quality and control supervisor.

Quality Control Analysis.

Equipment Maintenance.

Computer and Electronics.

Jobsite Managing and Monitoring.

Judgment and Decision Making.

Costumer and Personal Service.

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