Aircraft Avionics and Electronics Technician Qualified and experienced Aircraft Avionics/Electronics Technician with years of experience as a civilian contractor and military aviation experience, two years of supervisory experience, including training and mentoring over 10 technicians. Summary of Qualifications Ability to troubleshoot, repair, inspect, assemble, modify, test, and overhaul aircraft electrical/avionics systems and components. Repaired electrical discrepancies, corrected aircraft electrical malfunctions and incorporated aircraft electrical modifications and electrical/avionics upgrades. Well organized, self-motivated, and strong investigative skills, and able to work independently and as a collaborative team member. Ability to meet specific deadlines while working with little supervision. Demonstrated strong personal safety philosophy, and detail oriented. Proven problem solving abilities and exercised good judgments. Demonstrated written and verbal communications skills, which include the ability to prepare and give presentations. Proficient knowledge in Microsoft Word, excel, and PowerPoint. Edgar Medrano Page 2 713) 296-9586
CH-53A/D/E Communication Navigation and Identification Aircraft Electrical/Instrument/Flight Control Systems Technician Aircrafts CH-46/CH-53 Dual Digital Automatic Flight Controls System Integrated Organizational Maintenance Professional Affiliations Aircraft Maintenance Professionals Society Professional Aviation Maintenance Association.
Avionics Technician October 1999United States Marine Corps － Pensacola, Florida
Professional Training Courses.
October 1999Radar Endorsement
July 2012 to CurrentEducation & Licenses & Honors
Aviation Instit － Houston, Texas
Airframe and Powerplant Certification Expected Graduation: February 2014 GPA: 4.00 (on a scale of 4.00) Federal Communications Commission: General Radiotelephone Operator's License (GROL).
Service Technician December 2006 to March 2011Ace International Inc － Houston, Texas
Performed inspections, repairs, and overhauling of electrical, electronic, and electro-hydro-mechanical systems.
Installed electrical and electronic components, assemblies, and systems in aircraft, using hand tools, power tools, and soldering equipment.
Performed operational checks of all Avionics and electrical systems.
Tested and troubleshot instrument, components and assemblies, using circuit tester, oscilloscope, and voltmeter.
Utilized multi-meter on a daily basis to troubleshoot faulty or damaged wiring harnesses and take AC and DC Voltage readings.
Diagnosed and troubleshot aircraft electrical, electro-mechanical, and electro-hydro-mechanical as well as pneumatic (Bleed Air) operational components.
Installed navigation and communications antennas and components during assembly phase.
Fabricated wire bundles and assemblies to include marking of wires, properly securing wires into bundles, and termination of wires into a variety of contacts and connectors.
Utilized aircraft test equipment for perf.
Field Service Technician- Anchor Security Specia June 2004 to October 2006Houston, Texas
Aircraft Avionics Technician September 2003 to March 2004L3 Communications/Vertex Aerospace － San Diego, California
Aircraft Avionics Technician February 2003 to October 2003Butler/Sikorsky － San Diego, California
June 1998 to August 2003Aircraft Avionics and Electronics United States － San Diego, California