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Technician Maintenance

Columbus, Ohio, United States
January 03, 2017

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Nicholas Longobardo

*** ******* **** *****, **********, NJ. 08854

(732) 543 – 3999

OBJECTIVE: Seeking a position as an Electronic Technician


Possesses a valid driver license with 0 infractions

Possesses 1 year of experience in soldering components

Possesses 12 years job experience as an electronic technician

Possesses 5 years of knowledge in networking and communications

Proficient with Windows and MS Office with over 10 years experience

Ability to troubleshoot electrical and mechanical systems down to component level

Experienced in giving a high level of customer satisfaction while resolving problems



Constantly learned new material and reviewed old to become a subject matter expert on various pieces of equipment.

Efficient use of electronic schematics, block diagrams, wiring diagrams, color codes, and other technical publications.

Communicated with tact between departments and higher agencies to ensure productivity stayed high and that tasks were getting done properly.

Analyzed information and evaluated results to choose the best solution in solving problems which led to recognition of efficient time management.

Excels in learning new pieces of gear, procedures, and many other things within a short period of time, requiring minimal or no training assistance.

Successfully troubleshot systems down to component level resulting in timely repairs while saving the company money from purchasing the higher level component.

Proficiently learned new systems within a timely manner and was able to maintain an accurate preventive maintenance schedule while ensuring timely completion of all scheduled maintenance.

Application in the theory of operation with transistors, diodes, solid state devices, integrated circuit components, transformers, motors, generators, electromechanical drive mechanisms, radio frequency, phases, grounds and antennas.


Directed technicians in safe working techniques and procedures achieving zero mishaps over the course of two years.

Developed schedules for personnel and preventive maintenance routines as well as maintaining various databases with organized record keeping.

Accountable for the training and advising of a staff of 6 technicians that resulted in maintaining over 10 million dollars of equipment in standard operating condition.

Aided other technicians in the installation and setup of new equipment and ensured customers were trained thoroughly to avoid unnecessary service calls due to improper training.


● AC/DC Voltage Standards ● Crystal Detectors ● Logic Probes

● Signal Generators ● RF Amplifiers ● Multi-Meters

● Resistance Standards ● Frequency Counters ● Power Meters

● Spectrum Analyzers ● Oscilloscopes ● Power Supplies


U.S. Marine Corps military class "A" and "C" school training in electronics

U.S. Marine Corps Journeyman’s Maintenance Management Procedures: Site Selection, Supply System, Resource Management and Budgeting, Planned Maintenance System Documentation and Procedures, Maintenance Records and Correspondence


Award Naval Achievement Medal for training over 3000 Marines

Award Honor Graduate from military class “A” school in electronics

Award 2 Good Conduct Medals for excellent behavior and no disciplinary action

Award Notorious Unit Commendation Medal for successful, efficient and effective job while deployed to Iraq as a Radar Crew Chief, and the Maintenance Watch Supervisor for all sections.


Radar Department Supervisor U.S. Marine Corps

Field Service Technician Bizerba USA Inc.

Service Support/Trainer Bizerba USA Inc.

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