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Fiber Optic Heavy Equipment

Location:
Colorado Springs, CO
Posted:
January 30, 2024

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Joseph Joas

**** ******** ** **** *** 719-***-****

Colorado Springs, CO 80925 ad278g@r.postjobfree.com

SKILLS & CERTIFICATIONS

EPA Universal

DC/AC electronics

Circuit and schematic design

Solid state theory

PLC troubleshooting Moeller/Bachmann

Digital electronics

Fiber optic repair, testing & cleaning

SCADA system

Laser shaft alignment (Shaft Hog)

Gearbox inspection on the Vestas V27

Generator alignment (laser, dial indicator)

Brake caliber inspection and adjustment

Wind instrument calibration

Hytorc Certification – high torqueing and high tensioning; bolting

OSHA10 and OSHA 30 training

Fall Protection, Wind Energy Competent Rescuer

Red Cross CPR, AED, and First Aid

Worm and planetary gearbox inspection

PLC programming on Moeller software

3 phase motor performance and testing

Circuit design using IEC/NEMA schematic

Pitch control

Hydraulics (theory & application)

Tower dampening and resonant frequency

Communications (fiber optic wire building)

Industrial wiring

Composite projects (defective blade repair, trailing edge repair, vacuum bagging)

EDUCATION

IntelliTec College – Colorado Springs Graduate 2018

Associate of Occupational Studies in Environmental Technology; Refrigeration/HVAC

Redstone College, Broomfield, CO Graduated 2014

Associate of Occupational Studies in Wind Energy Technology

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS SUMMARY

Maintained and repaired over $12 million worth of tools and heavy equipment

Supervised and designated work for a team of fifteen including maintenance, schedules, and individual strengths

Established a time schedule for work to be done efficiently with attention to detail

Diagnose and troubleshoot malfunctions on all heavy equipment; perform maintenance on the suspension, steering, hydraulic, auxiliary power, and fire suppression systems

Performed maintenance on equipment using electronic and mechanical principles/concepts with test equipment following schematics, drawings, and wiring diagrams

Operation, testing inspections, and maintenance of weapons systems

Reassemble machines and equipment following repair, testing operation and making adjustments as necessary

Repair or replace defective parts, using hand tools, milling and woodworking machines, lathes, welding equipment, grinders, or saws; record details of repairs made and parts used

Dismantle defective machines for repair, using hand tools

Trained and managed temporary and new employees

Earned Mechanic and Driver's Badges

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Peterson SFB, HVAC Tech, CO February 2022---Present

Vestas, Production, Brighton, CO September 2014 — December 2019

United State Army Reserves, Mechanic, Denver, CO May 2013 — Present

United States Army, Corporal, Mechanic, Ft. Carson July 2003 — April 2013



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