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Electronics Maintenance

Location:
Alpharetta, GA
Salary:
$45k/yr
Posted:
January 09, 2020

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AUBREY GERALD SHACKLEFORD

**** ***** ******* *****

Smyrna, GA 30080

Home: 757-***-****

EMAIL: ada9ap@r.postjobfree.com

Professional Summary

Twenty plus years of experience and expertise in installing, maintaining, repairing, and modifying complex communications and navigation equipment worth $15M+. Over 20 years of proven performance and on-time product delivery. Years of demonstrated ability to handle automated, technical and personnel issues. Over 14 years of experience with stock control, parts identification and inventory management. Professional Qualifications:

● Senior Certified Electronic Technician, (CETsr), ETA-i.

● Certified Industrial Electronics Technician, ETA-i.

● Certifications Administrator, (CA), for Electronics Technicians Association, International.

● Certified Customer Service Specialist, (CSS), Electronics Technicians Association, International.

● Microsoft Office – Word, Excel and Outlook. Proficiency in SharePoint.

● Knowledge of Standard Army Maintenance System (SAMS), use of technical manuals (TMs), Supply Catalogs

(SCs), and Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS)/FEDLOG

● Experienced in the following areas: supervision/personnel management, logistics, inventory management and customer service.

● Possesses excellent verbal and written communication skills. WORK EXPERIENCE:

Vectrus Fort Bragg, NC

9/19 – Present

Instrumentation Mechanic

Installs, repairs, maintains, and adjusts indicating, recording, tele-metering, and controlling instruments and test equipment, used to control and measure variables, such as pressure, flow, temperature, motion, force, and chemical composition, using precision instruments, and hand tools: Disassembles malfunctioning instruments or test equipment and examines and tests mechanisms and circuitry for defects. Replaces or repairs defective parts, using hand tools. Reassembles instrument or test equipment, and tests assembly for conformance to specifications, using instruments, such as potentiometer, resistance bridge, manometer, and pressure gauge. Inspects instruments and test equipment periodically and adjusts calibration to ensure functioning within specified standards. Lubricates instruments and replaces defective wiring and tubing. Calibrates readings on instruments according to standards and adjusts phasing and aligns stages to ensure accuracy of recording and indicating function. Records calibrations made, parts and components used, and inventory of parts on hand. Rangerland Systems Fort Bragg, NC

06/18 – 9/19

Electronic Systems Tech

Repair, tested, replace and maintain a wide variety of military communications systems as well as ancillary power supplies, battery chargers, SINGARS, ASIPS, single channel radio systems and shelters at Depot Level Maintenance. Supported tenant units including Special Operations units, 18th Airborne units, National Guard and Reserve units. Ran diagnostics on Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) utilizing a variety programs and bench test sets: oscilloscopes, signal generators, spectrum analyzer, voltmeter and multimeters. Responsible for troubleshooting utilizing built-in-test equipment, diagnostic programs and tech manuals to isolate Automated Data Processing Equipment (ADPE) faults up to component level including subsystem configurations involving processors, servers and routers. Interpreted circuit and wiring diagrams, schematics to fabricate, repair and replace components i.e. transistor, capacitor, resistors and diodes. Vanquish Worldwide Fort Bragg, NC

02/18- 06/18 (Changed contractors)

Electronic Systems Tech

Repair, tested, replace and maintain a wide variety of military communications systems as well as ancillary power supplies, battery chargers, SINGARS, ASIPS, single channel radio systems and shelters at Depot Level Maintenance. Supported tenant units including Special Operations units, 18th Airborne units, National Guard and Reserve units. Ran diagnostics on Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) utilizing a variety programs and bench test sets: oscilloscopes, signal generators, spectrum analyzer, voltmeter and multimeters. Responsible for troubleshooting utilizing built-in-test equipment, diagnostic programs and tech manuals to isolate Automated Data Processing Equipment (ADPE) faults up to component level including subsystem configurations involving processors, servers and routers. Interpreted circuit and wiring diagrams, schematics to fabricate, repair and replace components i.e. transistor, capacitor, resistors and diodes Veterans Assembled Electronics Fayetteville, NC

04/17 -01/18

Electronics Instructor

Instructed Student Veterans in Basic Electronics, electronics theory and electronics repair methodologies. Assisted in curriculum analysis to insure the proper training and success of potential electronics technicians. Certified students as Electronics Technicians upon successful completion of the course. Made recommendations to management on course improvement and customer/student training needs based on reviewing and analyzing student course evaluations and incorporating the latest concepts in the various training medias. Rangerland Systems Fort Bragg, NC

10/16 – 04/17

Facilities Maintenance Coordinator

Coordinated maintenance and repairs of industrial facilities equipment and assets. Scheduled preventive maintenance, responded to urgent maintenance calls and participated in the creation of emergency preparedness plans. Insured proper handling of Hazardous Materials in accordance with EPA and Installation Management Regulations and guidelines. Inspected all related facilities for compliance with EPA and government installation regulations.

Strata Solar, LLC Chapel Hill, NC

06/ 15 – 01/16

Monitoring Commissioning Technician

Responded to corrective maintenance cases to troubleshoot, test, and make system repairs. Directed and gave guidance to the Construction department and Operation and Maintenance department with check list items. Ensured the commercial PV. Updated the site superintendent if the PV system is not setup correctly before the end of the construction. Verified that applicable equipment and systems were installed according to contract documents, manufacturer recommendations and industry accepted best practices. Implemented DC and AC testing including but not limited to polarity, open circuit voltage, grounding continuity, insulation resistance testing. Identify unsafe work or operating conditions and took proper action to neutralize hazards. Ensured vehicle, tooling, electronics, software, and company issued property were inventoried, issued and accounted for. Tobyhanna Army Depot, (CECOM) Ft. Bragg, N C

05/11 – 09/13

Electronic Surveillance System Administrator

Served as Government Representative and DA Civilian Lead for Persistent Surveillance Dissemination System of Systems Program at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan. Responsible for tracking $12M of contractor- provided Program assets. Responsible for Daily/Weekly Activity Report and Personnel Accountability Report. Coordinated meetings with International Security Assistance Forces’ Command and Staff to address surveillance needs/capabilities for unit tactical missions which depend greatly on visual acuity provided by Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, satellite imagery, static, and aerostatic imagery feeds theatre-wide. While in Continental United States, serviced automation equipment to include laptops and PC's for the Standard Army Management Information Systems program. Supervised logistics involved with procurement and redistribution of electronic equipment. Repaired, upgraded and maintained repair facility to standard for operations. Managed/reviewed stock to ensure balance accuracy and inventory requirements. Identified causes of issues and implementing process improvements. Coordinated efforts to acquire suitable facilities to support Program systems and operations. Assist in research and preparation of requisitioning documents for supplies and "Off-Line" requisitions; prepare supply request documentation; document requisitions in Register and Record of Demands; maintain accountability of recoverable items; turn-in and maintain records of excess or unserviceable parts and equipment; record and attain materials and/or equipment.

ITT Industries Fort Bragg, NC

04/01- 04/11

Electronics Technician

Repaired, tested, replaced and maintained a wide variety of military communications systems as well as ancillary power supplies, battery chargers, SINGARS, ASIPS, single channel radio systems and shelters at Depot Level Maintenance. Supported tenant units including Special Operations units, 18th Airborne units, National Guard and Reserve units. Ran diagnostics on Standard Army Management Information Systems

(STAMIS) utilizing a variety programs and bench test sets: oscilloscopes, signal generators, spectrum analyzer, voltmeter and multimeters. Responsible for troubleshooting utilizing built-in-test equipment, diagnostic programs and tech manuals to isolate Automated Data Processing Equipment (ADPE) faults up to component level including subsystem configurations involving processors, servers and routers. Interpreted circuit and wiring diagrams, schematics to fabricate, repair and replace components i.e. transistor, capacitor, resistors and diodes. Loaded the latest software and programs required to maintain state-of-art capabilities of the radios and electronic equipment. Request required repair parts from shop supply and maintained inventory of bench stock repair parts. Maintained computers and system components such as displays, drives, printers, modems and facsimile equipment. Installed wiring and communications systems, including communications security devices on military vehicles. Responsible for circuit card and component turn-in and keeping up-to-date logs and records. Maintainer, repairer and programmer for the Fort Bragg Emergency Services radios which include Motorola hand-held, mobile and base station radios; Motorola Astro Trunking radios within the BSTRS radio system. US Army, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group Fort Bragg, NC 01/94- 04/01

Electronics Technician

Maintenance Trainer of Special Forces unique communications equipment, Quality Assurance Supervisor for a Communications/Electronics Repair Facility. Equipment experience include Communications Security devices; STU III telephones; AM, FM, HF, VHF, Satellite Communications radios, Manual Switchboards, IFR automated radio test sets, Motorola radio test sets, Oscilloscopes, Frequency Modulators, Signal Generators, Data Analyzers, Frequency Counters, Multimeter, System Analyzers, AC power sources, DC power sources, troubleshooting circuits to lowest component level. Battalion Hand-Receipt Holder, responsible for $450K of Battalion electronic maintenance assets.

EDUCATION:

● June 2011; Unattended Transient Acoustics Measurement and Signal Intelligence Systems Course, Army Research Laboratory

● July 2011; Persistent Surveillance Disseminations System of Systems (PSDS2) training, Raytheon, Sterling, VA

● June 2010; Certified forklift operator

● May 2010; US Army Public Health Command Laser Optical and Radio Frequency Radiation Hazards Courses,

(18th Airborne Corp Radiation Safety Officer)

● Dec 2000; PSC-5 and PRC-117 Maintenance Training, Ft. Bragg, NC

● Nov 1999; Associates Degree, General Studies with concentration in Computer Software Applications, Central Texas College

● 1999; Motorola LST-5B Satellite Communications Maintenance Course, Motorola Inc., Phoenix, Arizona

● 1998; AN/PSC-3 Tactical Satellite Communications Radio Maintenance Course, Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA

● 1994; Communications Security and Radio Electronics Repair Course, Ft Gordon, GA, Proficient with the following computer programs: Microsoft Operating Systems, ProComm, Motorola Radio Service Software



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