Bachelor’s of Applied Science
Double Major: Mechanical Engineering Technology, Manufacturing Engineering
SOLID works essential’s
Professional Experience Summary:
Technology Service Corporation
Aug 2018 – Present
System Development & Production Division
Position: Materials & Prototype Fabrication Engineer
•Design, fabricate mounting fixtures, and enclosures for Aviation electronics systems using design for manufacturing principles.
•Design and fabricate tooling, fixtures for production.
•Conduct materials testing.
•Develop and test production procedures
•Optimize work flow, and organization for Prototyping lab.
•Used additive manufacturing equipment to produce, form, fit, function and check parts.
July 2015 – Jan 2016
Position: Light Industrial Equipment Tech.
•Perform on the spot repairs and preventative maintenance on light industrial equipment
•Mechanical and low voltage trouble shooting.
•Matching time and maintenance schedule to production requirements.
•Programing CNC tools and EPSON robots.
Feb 2015 – July 2015
Position: Production engineer assistant
Airtech Special Materials group
•Assisting the production engineer.
•Building work instruction packets developing new methods of construction.
•Building one-off specialty tooling for prospective contracts.
•Testing assembly methods to improve productivity.
•Submitted blue-print and work instruction clarification.
UNITED STATES ARMY - Various Locations
Nov 2001 – May 2014
Position: Squad Leader/Supervisor
•Managed and trained teams of 5 to 35 individuals, overseeing training and operations with $6M in sensitive equipment maintaining 100% accountability.
•Extensive experience instructing small groups in a wide variety of skills to include technical training on specialized equipment.
•Supervised inventory management functions for communications and specialty equipment valued at approximately $2M; monthly audit resulting in zero loses.
•Planned and managed over 100 projects of various types, using project management concepts; established work breakdown structures and timelines, forecasted, and secured resources leading to the successful completion of projects.
Position: Company Armorer (Quality Control/ Inventory Control)
Additional responsibility various points during career
•Position also included repair work, maintaining maintenance records recording work hours, and work completed.
•As the unit armorer, used specialized gauging tools for quarterly inspections to include micrometer, inside outside diameter calipers, pin gauges.
•Accountability of almost 400 items, considered accountable for sensitive in classification. Total value of items was in excess of $3M.
2006 – 2012
Unit Intelligence Supervisor:
•Gathered, sorted, and distributed information reports to higher echelons.
•Prepared and delivered briefings to small groups up to 35 people.
•Handling, transporting, and securing classified materials and products.