Brent A Pruitt
Marine Corps Veteran seeking opportunity in mechanical maintenance or engineering design with potential for growth. Offering knowledge in aviation electronics, analog circuit analysis digital systems, Six Sigma training techniques, 2D/3D graphic design and modeling. Skilled in leadership, with excellent work ethics, punctuality and dependability.
Associate of Applied Science, Mechanical Engineering Technology Augusta Technical College (Augusta, GA)
Full-Time Enrollment: August 2014 – December 2017
• Digital Systems
• Fluid Power
• Strength of Materials
• Machine Design
• 2D Fundamentals in
• Basic 3D Modeling
• Advanced 3D
OSHA 10 Safety Course
Designer, Georgia Iron Works July 2018 – Present
• Creates 3D models and 2D drawings of parts and assembles including BOM’s using conventional drafting standards including GD&T.
• Collaborates with engineers and plant personnel to resolve drawing and design issues.
• Creates and maintains technical documentation and procedures.
• Prepares markups and reviewed drawings.
• Proficient at NX.
Fire Protection Designer, Century Fire Protection April 2018 – June 2018 Augusta, GA
• Assisted in the preparation and design of Fire Protection Systems (Sprinkler Systems) for Industrial, Commercial, and Residential projects using AutoCAD and SprinkCAD software.
• Performed hydraulic calculations for piping and other components.
• Interpreted architect drawings, specifications, blueprints and construction documents.
• Prepared technical reports including fire code analysis, fire related plan reviews, survey and recommendation reports, fire flow reports Engineering Technician, Track Side Solution January 2018 – March 2018 Augusta, GA
• Diagnosed mechanical failures, repaired tractors and tractor components according to manuals, factory specifications, and knowledge of engine performances, used hand tools, power tools, and testing instruments: Attached compression, ignition, and timing test instruments to certain parts of tractor, using clamps and hand tools.
• Started engine dials, read meters, gauges of testing equipment to diagnose engine malfunction.
• Removed and disassembled engines, transmissions, and clutches using hoists, jacks, and mechanic’s hand tools.
• Inspected parts for damage and verified dimensions and clearances of parts for conformance to factory specifications, used gauges, such as calipers, and micrometers.
• Replaced or repaired worn or damaged parts.
Avionics Technician, United States Marine Corps September 2009-May 2014 NCAS Miramar (San Diego, CA)
• Maintained and repaired electrical/electronic systems on aircraft
• Diagnosed and repaired electrical systems to increase maintenance reliability
• Performed functional and continuity checks with multi meter and other forms of test equipment to isolate malfunctions
• Manufactured and installed multi-conductor and braided electrical harness
• Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on the F/A 18 aircraft
• Supervised up to five technicians
• Received Certificate of Commendation for Leadership Skills