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Technology/New Opportunity

Midland, TX
September 17, 2019

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• M.S Electrical and Computer Engineering – University of Delaware – Attended 3.8 GPA

• B.S Electronics Engineering Technology - ECPI University 06/2011 4.00 GPA – SACS Accredited

• B.S Computer Technology - Excelsior College 12/2007 3.75 GPA – MSA Accredited

• A.A.S Electronics -Midland College 05/2000 3.3 GPA – SACS Accredited

• Electrical & Electronics Technician Certification-Midland College 05/1999

• Advanced Computer Technician Certification-Midland College 05/1999

• ISA – Technical Training Boot Camp

• Siemens Service Engineer – X-Ray, CT and Nuclear Imaging CERT.

• Xerox Service Engineer – Printing, communications, scanning, email and network systems CERT.

• Baker Hughes Integrated Maintenance Engineer for Electrical Maintenance Engineers CERT.

• Ron Beaufort PLC - ControlLogix 5000 Level 1 and 2 Boot Camp

• GE Proficy Software and DCS PAC8000 PLC program Class – TechStar Modbus

• Radio communications – MOXA MGate & NPort Manager SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

• Quartus II (VHDL), Archestra, SQL, Microsoft Office, Novell, Cisco, Server security, UNIX (Linux) and telecommunication principles, microcontroller assembly language, Wonderware Intouch, PLC Technology RSlogix500, RSLogix5000, GE Proficy and DCS PAC8000, Server administration

(Universal Scada / Kepware Server), Win911, TDS32 and Modbus TCP/IP

• Information Technology analysis, instrumentation and control system implementation and planning, R & M, Modulation communications, network implementation and diagnostic software.

• Understanding of active and passive schematic circuitry. (National Instruments Multisim IC design software.)

• Comprehension of repair and root cause analysis of electrical/electronics (component level) and mechanical assembly devices


Chevron Corporation USA, MIDLAND, TEXAS 06/2017 – 04/2018 Automation Analyst – Operations Field Support Division

• Initiate setup and maintains Process Control systems including server software upgrades and security settings

• Configure, troubleshoot, program and maintain Process Control system software, logic, and graphics

• Troubleshoots issues and provides technical support to Operations teams and support I&E specialists.

• Maintains system backup-media and contingency recovery procedures for Servers

• Work closely with Operations to write and follows procedures (MOC’s)

• Read, comprehend, communicate and follow all safety, environmental and loss prevention rules, processes, regulations and procedures

• Document or update documentation on SCADA system Chevron Corporation USA, MIDLAND, TEXAS 06/2017 – 04/2018 Automation Analyst – Field Projects and Execution Division

• Chevron proprietary GE Logic/HMI programming, instrumentation and electrical for Upstream Production Facilities: Saltwater Disposals, Tank Battery’s, satellites, well sites and compressor stations.

• Coordinate with 3rd party vendors, construction representatives and engineers.

• Interpret Control Philosophies, Cause and Effects, and P&IDs and develop, test, document, and maintain standardized GE PLC, Intouch, and Archestra object-based programs, templates, processes, and tools to manage and sustain programming code for new and existing O&G Production Facilities.

• Support activities include system commissioning, troubleshooting, managing and maintaining SCADA HMIs, PLCs and Servers, Applications and Communication systems reliability and availability, Remedy ticketing for issues and resolution, maintain SCADA data reporting systems, support Operations production reliability and optimization efforts and support PCN Information Risk Management (IRM) compliance.

• Train and mentor Operations and Engineering personnel. Chevron Corporation USA, MIDLAND, TEXAS 08/2013 – 06/2017 Plant Automation Analyst – Support, Projects and Execution Division

• Implementation of GE Proficy programming, HMI design and Wondeware design applications.

• Knowledge of upstream production oilfield operations and instrumentation to implement and modify piping and instrument drawings P&IDs, create Cause N Effects, flow diagrams and Instrument and Control Systems ICS

• Support operations reliability and optimization efforts; process control network compliance; Operations personnel training on automation, telecommunication and server systems and applications

• Became part of the Facilities Engineering project team to implement new facility pre-startup safety reviews

(PSSR); facilitate the transition support from project teams to operations to ensure operations assurance.

• Maintain SCADA alarming using WIN 911, maintaining server & communication reliability (Kepware and Universal SCADA Server, and training and mentoring Operations personnel on Automation system use.

• Provide operation support for automation and communication systems design and for existing and new gas production facilities for pre/post commissioning.

• Sustain and construct plant operations to ensure production data is delivered to production reporting systems and data quality is monitored via Archestra reporting utility and historical trending.

• Support operations Field Management Team (FMT) and Plant personnel to ensure optimal automation, SCADA, and telecommunication system performance, including issue reporting, troubleshooting, and resolving reliability and availability issues to maintain production operations.

• Support operations reliability and optimization efforts; process control network compliance; Operations personnel training on automation and telecommunication systems and applications; assist Facilities Engineering Project Teams and Operations personnel with new facility pre-startup safety reviews (PSSR); transition support from project teams to operations to ensure operations assurance. Solar Turbines – Caterpillar USA, MIDLAND, TEXAS 08/2012 - 08/2013 Field Service Representative II

• Install, maintain and diagnose discrepancy issues with Allen Bradley PLC systems, vibration systems, fire suppression, compressor, generator and turbine stations.

• Install, modify, repair and calibrate electronic and electrical equipment, controls and safety devices.

• Maintain, modify and troubleshoot flow computers, transmitter, operating systems (HMI) and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)

• Read, interpret and modify (P&ID) piping and instrument drawings, electrical diagrams and schematics

• Install, troubleshoots and maintains end devices, alarms, shutdown systems, process controls, stations and substation, variable frequency drives, motor valve operators / actuators, tank gauging systems, metering equipment and switches.

• Responsible for inspection and operation of pumps, tanks and piping components, DC/AC starters and performs maintenance tasks and mechanical duties (pumps, valves, oil checks, etc.)

• Work with vendors and contractors on startups and commissioning new turnbines, compressor and generator package installs

• Generate extensive technical reports containing vibration analysis, borescope, daily and DOT maintenance protocols

• Ensure major interventions are planned and executed on schedule and within budget.

• Knowledge of methods and experience in the maintenance of various turbine, compressor and generator equipment associated with primary and utility equipment.

• Able to recognize abnormal sounds vibrations, and potential safety problems at inception and take appropriate action to prevent a serious safety hazard from developing as well to prevent damage to equipment or loss of production.

• Ensure that necessary parts are available and submit materials requisitions when required.

• Coordinate any changes necessary to ensure operations are efficient and minimal downtime is required. Ensure effective communication and reporting to immediate supervision and if applicable, customer representatives.

SIEMENS HEALTHCARE USA, MIDLAND, TEXAS 07/2011- 08/2012 Field Service Engineer III

• Analyze and diagnose malfunctions on a variety of medical imaging equipment systems. X-RAY, CT and nuclear imagery.

• Job Scope to include: data acquisition; interpretation of block and schematic diagrams; utilization of specialize test equipment; replacement of components, PC boards, or subsystems as appropriate; calibration and adjustment to manufacturers specifications; working with clinical personnel to correct operator based problems; documentation of work performed including that provided by outside service.

• Directly perform or schedule with outside service vendors the performance assessment and preventive maintenance on a variety of medical imaging equipment systems according to established procedures: inspects, calibrates, adjusts, lubricates and repairs or replaces components.

• Perform inspection certification and data acquisition of performance of new equipment/systems, coordinates assembly/installation.

• Prepare and recommend maintenance and test specifications for each electrical and electronic device and define inspection and calibration cycles. Perform electrical safety inspections and performance assurance testing and complete documentation for entry into the computerized maintenance management system (SAP)

• Advise on specifications for purchases on new imaging equipment and recommend replacement of obsolete or irreparable equipment and provide new product evaluation as requested

• Ensure compliance with medical equipment hazards alerts, advise affected clinical personnel of hazard alerts, take appropriate corrective action, and document.

• Perform investigative evaluation of medical equipment involved in patient and employee incidents / accidents. Documents findings and reports as required.

• Education - Develop and implement a plan for professional growth and maintains current with advancing technology, as required, performing duties. BAKER HUGHES-BAKER ATLAS, MIDLAND, TEXAS 10/2007-07/2011 Electro/Mechanical Technician IV- Junior Open Hole Engineer

• Inspect, repair and verify the functionality of computers, instruments, tools, and communication components and peripherals. (Proprietary – Non-Proprietary)

• Develop, research, plan and test technology solutions and procedures for new and emerging technologies.

• Digital Signal Processing, PWM - Pulse width modulation and PCM - Pulse code modulation communications

• Board level component repair, analysis utilizing and modifying schematics, mechanical and internal circuitry for high temperature and brutal environments.

• Inspect, repair and verify the functionality of computers, instruments, tools, and communication components and peripherals. (Proprietary – Non-Proprietary)

• Modify and maintain extensive knowledge of instruments, electronic and communication components and their functionality.

• Maintain, repair all lab equipment (Oscilloscopes, analyzers, generators etc.)

• Work with administration and Operations to schedule Preventative Maintenance, Elective maintenance and on job scheduling for proprietary and non-proprietary equipment.

• Technical, site specific HSE training - Driving HSE culture/behavior

• Equipment movement/logistics - Engineer solutions/R&D for reliability.

• Plan and prepare for well site operations and conduct Wireline well site operations to the satisfaction of customer at well site.

• Travel to field operation locations to repair and analyze equipment and train personnel on equipment per Standard Operating Procedures.

• Maintains knowledge of the latest technological changes and operating procedures pertaining to Company equipment, tools, and practices to insure maximum operating efficiency.

• Assures adherence to all safety regulations and fosters and maintains customer relations by establishing a positive image and confidence in the quality of services and ensures the confidentiality of all logging operations.

• Inform customers of any unusual conditions noted at the well, maintains direct contact with customer's representatives throughout the logging or completion operation; interprets common services in the assigned service area for customers.

• Promptly and accurately submits all required reports and data and prepares, drafts, and completes all logs for printing on location or immediately upon return to district office from job site, depending on customer requirements.

• Know and understand Quality Policy and comply with all requirements of the Quality Systems Manual, Operating and Technical Procedures and Workplace Instructions. XEROX CORPORATION. MIDLAND, TEXAS 4/1996-10/2007

Service Maintenance Engineer III

• Self manage a customer driven territory of clients to provide technical services and repairs.

• Repair and analysis of data communication of client network infrastructure. Server/client solutions

• Installation, repair and analysis of diverse volume printing systems, printers, scanners, digital copiers, fax, and engineering system.

• Interface with clients and administration perpetually to build mutually rewarding relationships to identify and resolve any concerns.

• Inventory and budget logistics per Xerox equipment and tools.

• Assertion of equipment reliability by designing and implementing new processes and procedures.

• Continuous ongoing training in technical, field process, managerial and interpersonal services

(Six Sigma).

• Trained and mentored to become a Field Manager for technical services.

• Worked as contract agent in 04/96 before working direct for Xerox. MILITARY EXPERIENCE – Honorable Discharge

U.S. NATIONALGUARD BRAVO BTRY 3/133 FIELD ARTILLERY 4 /97-3/04 Field Artillery Tactical Data System Specialist

• Establish, maintain, and operate communications systems; preparing computer centers; setting up field artillery tactical data systems; and determining target locations using computer technologies or manual calculations.

• Operate backup computer system to include; preparation, computations and entry of firing data and acquisitions.

• Construct and operate and surveyed firing charts and compile target lists and overlays.

• Establish, maintain and operate radio and wired communications U.S. ARMY RESERVE, 104TH QUARTERMASTER CORPS. 8/92-4/97 Petroleum Supply Specialist

• Position fuel system supply points, bag fuel farms and ran chemical test on all petroleum, oils, and lubricants for operation support.

• Refueled tanks, aircrafts and tankers utilizing federal regulatory standards.

• Maintained all support equipment per U.S Army standard operating procedures.

• Equipment inventory logistics.

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