Having been an avionics/electronics technician for my entire career, I have developed a wealth of knowledge and experience in many different environments. As a bench technician, I have used many different types of test and diagnostic equipment to help aid me in the troubleshooting and repair of electronic components. I am proficient in soldering, including SMT and observe industry standard ESD safe practices.
Test equipment usage
Component level troubleshooting
ATE component diagnostics
Shop/Hand tool usage
Schematic/ Blueprint reading
ESD safe shop practices
Bench technician responsible for testing, troubleshooting, and repair of commercial aviation avionics and instruments.
Responsible for product testing and engineering validation of hydraulic filtration products and systems.
Avionics Shop - repair of pulsed RF avionics equipment (DME, TCAS, ATC Transponder).
Instrument Shop - repair of altimeters, fuel quantity, EGT, N1, N2, and airspeed indicators.
Power Plant Final Assembly - disassembly/assembly of engine components and wire harness assemblies.
Aircraft Overhaul - repair of aircraft structures, interior cabin, galley fixtures, flight control systems, and avionics system repair and troubleshooting.
Self-directed work team leader - USAiways 1992
FCC General Radio Telephone Operators License
FAA Repairman Certificate
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