Jacob Daniel Orona
Natural Design Furniture Manufacture, San Bernardino Ca - 7/2011 – 1/2019 Maintenance Manager, of furniture production equipment & planning of production operations and Facility Maintenance plumbing and electrical lighting and electrical panels and communication data cable and HVAC systems . IMPAC International, 11445 Pacific Ave Fontana California 7/2006– 7/2011 Electrical Mechanical Machine service technician, for W Panel Machines and Wire takeup and wire spooling machines assembly and fabrication, Installation and service repairs. Installation and wiring of PLC and DCS Siemens and Allen Bradley, HIM and Scada programming and motor control Inverter Frequency drive.
Mission Foods, 3142 triumph Ln, Ontario California 10/2004 – 7/2006 Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance Technician, for HIM and RTU
(remote Terminal troubleshooting PLC and DCS Siemens and Allen Bradley controllers for food processing machines and filling conveying and packaging, palletizing and auxiliary equipment and bagging and boxing packaging equipment. Maintenance and Service of HVAC refrigeration storage warehouse conveying systems and Building maintenance..
Safari land 3120 Mission Blvd, Ontario California 1/2002 – 10/2004 Electrical mechanical Maintenance repair technician,for CNC and NC Router and Laser Cutting machines and Machine pneumatic and hydraulic presses and plastic injection molding Machines manufacturing of Military and law enforcement products.
Golden Harvest PopCorn Company 10901 Lowell Suite 140 Overland Park, KS 6620 7/1994 – 1/2002
2nd shift Supervisor Electrical and Mechanical Maintenance Technician, for HIM troubleshooting PLC and DCS Siemens and Allen Bradley controllers 1
of food processing machines and filling conveying and packaging, palletizing and auxiliary equipment and Can manufacturing and packaging equipment. Repair and maintenance of boilers and hot kettles food cookers. Hydraulic International 9201 Independence Ave, Chatsworth, California 1/1993 – 7/1994
Supervisor of manufacturing assembly, of Military flight ground equipment and commercial aviation equipment. Fabrication and assembly of electrical and mechanical, hydraulic controllers and pumps and pneumatic assemblies and actuators, Gas engines and electrical motors of machine manufacturing. Facility Maintenance and repairs.
Norton Air Force Base San Bernardino California 6/1982 – 1/1993 Flight line Ground Equipment Maintenance technician. Independently perform a variety of computerized maintenance programs (CMP) maintenance manuals, SRMs illustrated parts catalog (IPC) usage of 309 pieces of flightline ground equipment. AC and DC Electrical and mechanical and engine components, hydraulic and pneumatic troubleshooting of and control systems to assure conformance to procedures and test specifications.Use of inventory MRP tracking system to create parts demand and allocation to charge labor and corrective action work orders. Inspect and maintain ground support equipment used in operations.
● Troubleshoot and repair and installs PLC and DCS controllers and basic programing to operators interface and program variable frequency drives and their transformers, switches, motor starters, motor controls, generators, control panels.
● Perform troubleshooting and diagnostic work on a variety of food production equipment and filling conveying and packaging, palletizing and auxiliary equipment.
● Implement periodic preventive maintenance and inspections and repairs to food processing equipment and Machine production equipment repair and install motors and gearboxes, hydraulic and pneumatic, electrical control systems.
● Perform wash down operations and start up operation sanitation cleaning, lubricating calibrates of metal detectors for food processing as conditions indicate.
● Installs and bend Rigid conduit and EMT, pull wire for 120V single phase panels and 3 Phase power control panels 220-230V and 440-480V and 277 lighting fixtures, outlets, and Machine purposes.
● Maintains accurate records; Proficient with Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Able to make oral and written reports of work performed. Uses and maintains a wide variety of tools and test equipment related to the work; 2
● Utilizes CMMS to assign work to technician levels Levels I and II, retrieve and complete work
orders, ensuring parts are properly withdrawn for inventory and accounted for on appropriate work order.
Ability to: Work on high voltage electrical circuits safely. Diagnose mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, and electronic malfunctions. Operate forklifts and tractor motor vehicles and a variety of hand, power, and shop tools and welding equipment arc and stick and Mig and Tig . Able to read and comprehend, written plans, specifications of Operation and Maintenance manuals, procedures, schematics, wiring diagrams, single line diagrams and ladder logic diagrams, blueprints, mechanical drawings and electrical plans. Make extensive repairs and overhauls to food production and packaging and filling and conveying and packaging, palletizing. Train other workers as assigned.
William Workman High School – City of
Industry, California Graduated 1982
La Puente Adult School - City of
Industry, California Basic Electrician
school Certificate 1983
USAF Technical Training – Chanute Air Force
Training Center Aerospace Ground Flight Line
Equipment Mechanic Graduated 1983
USAF Technical Training – Buckley Air Force
Training Center Aerospace Jet Engines and
Aircraft Flight Mechanic Graduated 1986
Community College of the Air Force – Norton AFB, San Bernardino California Associate of Aerospace Equipment Business Administration & Management Graduated 1990 San Diego State University – San Diego California Business Management 3