Diligent, skilled and focused Biomedical Equipment Technician with 11+ years of experience calibrating, inspecting and correcting malfunctioning equipment. Area of emphasis was focused on A-dec dental delivery systems, Planmeca Intra-Oral and Pro Max systems, Siemens Ultrasound, Steris Sterilizers, Welch Allyn products, Agfa DX-D 600 Direct Radiography Systems and Fluke Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE).
Proficient in component level troubleshooting on numerous types of dental, medical and veterinary equipment
Experienced with Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS)
Skilled with Test, Measurement and Diagnostics Equipment (TMDE)
Experienced in operational and strategic Logistical planning
Proficient in Microsoft applications
Works well and thrives under pressure
68A, Instructor/Writer, 01/2015 to Current U.S. Army – Joint Base San Antonio, TX 78234 Instructed, supervised and counseled 320 Army, Navy, Air Force and international students annually in advanced biomedical equipment maintenance procedures. Presented lectures, performance demonstrations, evaluations, prepared and revised lesson plans and audiovisual aids. Developed and administered written and performance progress checks and course tests. Coordinated with other tri-service instructors in planning, preparing and implementing training materials. Was responsible for the accountability and maintenance of medical and test equipment valued in excess of $550,000.
68A, Maintenance Manager (Platoon Sergeant), 01/2011 to 12/2014 U.S. Army – Fort Lee, VA 23801 Performed duties as the NCOIC of Medical Maintenance Section for Kenner Army Health Clinic, a Level 2 outpatient facility and seven tenant/satellite activities. Responsible for the scheduled and unscheduled calibration, inspection and preventative maintenance of over 2,100 pieces of medical equipment at a value exceeding $15 million dollars. Directly supervised 17 personnel in the Logistics Division and Medical Maintenance Section. Provided clear and concise guidance as the Contracting Officer's Representative for 10 medical maintenance service contracts valued in excess of $320,000.
68A, Medical Equipment Repair Technician, 05/2005 to 12/2010 United States Army – Fort Benning, GA 31905 Served as a Medical Equipment Repairer in a Brigade Support Medical Company. Was responsible for the leadership, training and health and welfare of 7 Soldiers. Meticulously performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on medical, dental and veterinary equipment in garrison and during OIF III, V and VII in excess of $1.5 million dollars. Duties required technician to perform installation, removal, troubleshooting and preventative maintenance checks and services while maintaining accountability of Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment valued at $194,000.
Medical Equipment Repairer (Unit Level) Course, 018, 07/2004 to 05/2005 U.S. Army – DoD BMET, Sheppard Air Force Base, TX 76311
Achieved course standards in Biomedical Equipment Maintenance Technician Training Course conducted at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. Performed well in the area of practical troubleshooting and displayed sound knowledge of electrical and mechanical functions while troubleshooting and repairing equipment malfunctions.
Associate of Science: Electronics/Biomedical Equipment Technology, Community College of the Air Force - Joint Base San Antonio, TX 78234 I am currently 6 credit hours shy of completing this degree.
High School Diploma: 2001 Flour Bluff High School - Corpus Christi, TX