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Engineer Maintenance

Location:
San German, Puerto Rico, 00683, United States
Posted:
March 29, 2011

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RAFAEL SANTIAGO VELEZ

PO BOX ****

SAN GERMAN P.R. 00683

787-***-****

OBJETIVE

Occupying a position where I can develop my layers at maximum, according to my new responsibilities and challenges. Achieving this goal will mark the return to my career change.

Education

JUN 2000 – JUN 2005 BACHELOR DEGREE OF SOCIAL SCIENSE CRIMINAL JUSTICE

UNIVERSIDAD DEL ESTE CAROLINA PUERTO RICO

AUG 2000 – MAY 2001 BASIC TRAINING & IAT

FT JACKSON SOUTH CAROLINA

Jan 1996 – May 1997 REFRIGERATION TECHNICIAN AND AIR CONDITIONING

ESCUELA DE PERITOS ELECTRICISTA DE ISABELA

EXPERINCE

SEPT 2009 - SEPT 2010 OPERATION IRAQUI FREEDOM

TALLIL, IRAQ

RESPONSABILITIES: MOTOR SERGEANT

Serves as Motor Sergeant for a Signal Support Company deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 09-10; responsible for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of over 150 items of organizational and theater provided equipment consisting of wheeled vehicles, engineer equipment, generators, and material handling equipment; directs recovery operations; responsible for Unit Readiness Report (AMSS); responsible for the maintenance and accountability of over $3M worth of special tools, equipment, vehicles, and Class IX repair parts, $ 300K in TMDE equipment; responsible for the overall supervision, training, health and welfare of NCO’s , Soldiers and driver’s.

EXPERINCE

JUN 2007 – JUN 2008 OPERATION IRAQUI FREEDOM

CSC SCANIA, IRAQ

RESPONSABILITIES: SECTION CHIEF

Responsible to provide voice and data communications support to the Army Components. Supervised the operation, planning the execution of the Scania Hand hole/Conduit System for the Defense in Depth Commercialization Project valued at over 500,000.00 dollars in equipment and materials; Responsible for the professional development, welfare and safety of 16 soldiers in 4 different MOSs. Maintenance, and sustainment of operational base communications systems in support of War fighters engaged in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Managed and implement training programs and combat readiness of 16 Soldiers and 18 DOD contractors.

EXPERINCE

JUN 2000 – JUN 2007 LUIS F. GARCIA RESERVE CENTER

YAUCO, PUERTO RICO

RESPONSABILITIES: SENIOR MECHANIC

Maintains power assisted brake systems, wheel vehicle suspension systems, wheel vehicle

wheel/hub assemblies, wheel vehicle mechanical (manual) steering systems, wheel vehicle

hydraulic (power) steering systems, and wheel vehicle crane/hoist/winch assemblies.

More specifically: Specializing in passenger vehicles, pickup trucks, forklifts, and military vehicles such as HMMWV: M998, M1037, M1038, M1113, and other assorted1 1/4T vehicles. 2 T: M35A2. 5T: M923A2, Wrecker 5TM936WW, FMT, LMTV. Generators 5KW:PU797, 10 KW PU 798, PWR Plant 10KW:MJQ18, MJQ37, GEN SET DSL 30KW: PU 803. Up to 60 KW sets. Troubleshooting to identify faulty components, removing, replacing major item as engines, transmissions, differentials, transfer cases, power packs, clutches, steering, braking, fuel, tire, electrical, and body parts. Perform services as cleaning carburetors, injectors, radiators, and makes adjustment at calibrating and fine-tuning distributors, clutches, voltage regulators, spot painting and tappets. Administrative experience

as opening /closing work orders, making technical inspections, using Technical Manuals, Bulletins, Charts, Schematics, components listing at requisitioning parts and MWO modification work orders. Supervises other mechanic providing technical guidance in the accomplishment of their duties. Perform Battle field damage assessments and repair



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