LANCASTER, PA. 17602
** ***** ********** ** ********** troubleshooting, design and repair. 4 years experience in troubleshooting, repairing and building diesel and turbine engines and generators. 7 years experience with oil, gas, and air filled high voltage power supplies. Effective leader and trainer. Great team worker, and fast-rate learner with minimal or no training. Skilled in various trades with a high quality of expertise.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE AND EXTENSIVE KNOWLEDGE:
Missile guidance systems Supply issuing Spectrum analyzers
Frequency Counters Radio Waves PLC’S
IF Amplifiers Digital Circuits RF Power Meters
Vacuum Tubes Switchgears Modulation Meters
Radar systems Multi-Meters Oscilloscopes
Load Banks Power Tools Generators
Automated Equipment Cathode Tubes AC/DC motors
Control Panels Hand tools Power supplies
Schematic Diagrams Signal generators Relays
Digital Circuits Integrated Circuits Leadership
Battery Systems Telecommunications Power Distribution
Automated systems Wiring Computers
York, PA. (May 2011 to present)
-Layout, build, modify, wire, test, and troubleshoot Automated and integrated systems.
-Building, assembling, and wiring complete custom control panels and cabinets.
-Installing all components, including: PLC’s, relays, timers, drive motors, power distribution components, terminal blocks, push buttons, switches, and others electrical devices.
-Wire all components and devices to customer specifications, industrial drawings, and schematics.
-Torque, modify, and label all customer specifications and UL requirements as needed.
CTDI, WEST CHESTER, PA (Nov. 2009 to Feb. 2011)
Test, troubleshoot, and repair cellular gps, oscillators, radio transponders and receivers, motherboards, sytem servers, standard and complex electronic cable boxes, and all automated test systems.
-Solder and inspect electronic components and printed circuit boards, including surface mount and thru hole.
-Troubleshoot with all necessary equipment, including oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, multi-meters, computer networking, diagnostics, and audio-video equipment.
-Analyze and log all troubleshooting and production repairs, read schematics, and repair down to board component level.
FEDERAL CIVILIAN EMPLOYEE, POWER GENERATION MECHANIC (JUL 2007 - AUG 2008) Letterkenny Army Depot, Chambersburg, PA.
-Troubleshoot and make extensive repairs to internal combustion turbine or diesel engines and gas turbines.
-Governing components for controlling and/or transferring power.
-Diagnosing and rebuilding of AC and DC electric power generator systems.
-Conditioning systems (cooling, heating, dehumidifying); mechanical, electrical and transistorized sensing and controlling devices for engines and generators, AC and DC contactors, rectifiers, commutators, slip rings, brushes, electrical traction motors, brushes, current transformers, terminal boards, inverters, control panel, generator load resistor, LRUs, battery maintenance, R&R engine oil filter, fuel filter, igniter plug, speed sensor exhaust ejector, air intake system, engine wire harness, pneumatic valve, R&R combustor cap, fuel nozzle, chip detectors, vent and drain lines, R&R lower tray components, upper tray components, front end assembly, rear end assembly, traction motor, propulsion clutch adjustment, and motor controller adjustment, and other comparable equipment associated with such systems.
ELECTRONIC MECHANIC - TURBINE, DIESEL
L3 Communications, Chambersburg, PA
(OCT 2004 - JUL 2007)
-Complete overhaul of Missile Guidance systems, including Hellfire, Ground Tow, Tow Bradley, Traverse Unit Test set, Vans and Shelters.
-Disassembled and assembled all parts of each system, make any repairs, modify, troubleshoot, solder, test, and inspect any of the following mentioned.
-Used automatic and semi-automatic machines for testing and troubleshooting.
-Ordered parts for various programs and performed all necessary work needed to complete production goals.
-Familiar with TMs, DMWRs, MWOs, MCM’s, AMSAM-LE forms, MSDSs, ESD, MIL-Specs, drawings and prints. Performed operational checkout of advanced electronic assemblies in accordance with procedures outlined in DMWR’s and TMs.
-When no established documentation exists determines the method and technique necessary to perform the electrical tests. Reviewed manufacturer’s specifications, analyze input-output signal flow, identify circuit characteristics, design an adapter and determine interface mating hardware to route signal data.
-Used a prototype adapter and/or motherboard to improvise electrical procedures for test and repair. When completed, procedure will be formalized to include block diagrams initial setup, schematics, etc. Assess normal procedural documentation (DMWRs, ECPs and new capabilities).
-Coordinated with local engineers to provide technical input on matters affecting operating specification and changes to equipment.
-Tested, troubleshot, repaired, tuned, aligned and made final adjustments to accuracy necessary to meet calibration standards for a variety of sophisticated commercial test equipment such as electronic counters, digital multi-meters, oscilloscopes, pulse and sweep generators, card readers, controllers (computers), etc.
BAPS Auto Paints and Supplies, Chambersburg, PA
(AUG 2002-OCT 2004)
-Planned and scheduled work assignments on a day-to-day or project-to-project basis for accomplishment by the maintenance personnel within schedules and priorities.
-Planned work assignments considering trades or other occupations involved, availability of manpower and equipment, deadlines, scheduled work assignments, supervising, training, billing, sales, accounts receivable and payable, purchase orders, inventory, all cash and credit accounts, stocking, customer relations, mixing paint, pulling orders, closing and opening store, administrative functions, safety committee, manager meetings and all skills involved with running a business.
-Established a good working climate to encourage employee participation in achieving management goals and to promote efficient and economical work operations.
-Carried out policies to achieve objectives in such areas as labor-management relations and equal employment opportunity. Scheduled and approve leave for subordinates, assure that needed stock is obtained from supply locations.
-Checked work in progress, work sequence, procedures, methods and deadlines.
Advanced Conversion Technology, Middletown, PA
(MAY 1995-NOV 2001)
-Testing, troubleshooting, and repairing high and low voltage AC and DC military power supplies at board component level. These power supplies would range from 5 volts to 50kv .
-Failure analysis and corrective action reports on repairs.
-Replacing and repairing electronic components including high voltage transformers, ICs, and semiconductors.
-Reading schematics, inspecting, and designing electronic test equipment.
Programming and keeping log books on thermal shock chambers and using calibration equipment, and vibration equipment.
-Performed all necessary tasks and duties at an engineering level and worked with engineers on all projects.
-All power supplies were used for various night or menual vision display systems, cathode ray tubes, and otherfeatures for display systems on military equipment or weapon systems..
-ISO 9001 training and Mil-Standard 2000 certification.
-Safety committee leader, CPR teaming, and ESD certification.
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS:
-Associates Degree in Electronics, York Technical Institute, York, PA, (3.6 GPA)
-Firefighter 1 Training and Certification