Engineering technician with a background in radio frequencies knowledge, various radio systems and multiple RF measurements. Well experienced in diagnostics, testing of electrical, software systems as well as metal design and fabrication for integration. Shown great ability in team player, leadership, and problem analysis, system of system integration, troubleshooting, and networking knowledge. Capable of generating system process and technical documentation for project sustainability as well as team training. Proven on many occasions to be dependable under stressful conditions and rapidly learn new processes and material to meet dynamic work requirements. Currently hold a SECRET security clearance.
Key skills include:
Knowledge of Army Operations & ARMY Network Design
Project Requirements Development
System Troubleshooting: Conduct Over The Air and Voltage Standing Wave Radio testing (UHF, VHF, LBAND, HF)
VSWR Antennas: RF 3143-AT320, RF 3183-AT013, RF 3187-AT324, COM201, RAM 2511T (2597), AS-390/SRC, RF 3900-AT001, X-Wing
Software Defined Radio Systems
Microsoft Office Suite
Military: Retransmission team: OE254, 1523s, RF cabling, generator power distribution, GPS, tactical environment
Cross trained: Joint Network Node (JNN), Command Post Node (CPN), High Capacity Line-of-Site Radios (HCLOS), LAN Manager, Satellite Transportable Terminal (STT), Warfighter Information Network- Tactical (WIN-T), Global Broadcast Service (GPS), Sharepoint
Vehicle Integration: Product Vehicle Integration for power, data, antenna, human factor, user accessibility and interface
Testing Equipment: Multi-meter, Bird Site Analyzer (SA-6000XT) Familiarity with Harris, General Dynamics, Exelis, Rockwell Collins, Thales radio systems
Data interface, Power consumption, antenna isolation, system of system integration into ARMY network
Integration on ARMY vehicle platforms: MRAP, M-ATV (CS13-CS15 POP and SNEs), HMMWV (All variants), STRYKER (most variants), LMTV, Bradley (M2A2, M2A3, BFIST), M1068, ABRAHMS Tank
Signal Support Systems Specialist, Fort Gordon, GA
Local Hazard III Intermediate 3a Training, Fort Bliss, TX
Global Broadcast Service (GBS), Fort Bliss, TX
JCR-OPNET (BFT), Fort Bliss, TX
Generator Operator Course, Fort Bliss, TX
SharePoint 2007 Basic, Fort Bliss, TX
Unit Public Affairs Representative, Fort Bliss, TX
Network Management, Fort Bliss
Structured Self- Development Level 1, Online Warrior Leader Course, Fort Bliss
Drivers Training Academy, Fort Bliss, TX
Integrate, build, and assist in the design of systems under test and systems under evaluations into Army vehicles and platforms. Contribute on a team of engineers, technicians, and other support personnel to meet deadlines in efforts of the Army's Network Integration Evaluation. A team lead during vehicle integration, ensuring vehicles are built to vehicle specifications. Regularly use tools, capture data and records in the form of top-down drawings, interconnect drawings, network drawings, and technical manuals. Perform troubleshooting and field support for networks, routing, cables, mounts, power distributions, radios, and antennas. Use Bird site analyzers and other radio frequency detectors to verify system functionality. Put in charge of special projects to plan and create a standard operating procedures, brief to teams, and ensure there is a clear understanding. Brief daily in meetings about progress on mission.
build, and assist in the design of systems under test and systems
under evaluations into Army vehicles and platforms. Contribute on a
team of engineers, technicians, and other support personnel to meet
deadlines in efforts of the Army's Network Integration Evaluation.
Act as a team lead during vehicle integration, ensuring vehicles are
built to vehicle specifications. Regularly use tools, capture data
and records in the form of top-down drawings, interconnect drawings,
network drawings, and technical manuals. Perform troubleshooting and
field support for networks, routing, cables, mounts, power
distributions, radios, and antennas. Use Bird site analyzers and
other radio frequency detectors to verify system functionality.
Integrated Army platforms under the supervision of lead technician and truck leads. Perform installation of radios, communication equipment, run cables, distribute power, and assist in check outs of completed systems. Worked with platform leads to understand engineering process, top-down drawings, and technical manuals. Trained alongside platform leads, and assisted in the build process and field testing.
Conducted and oversaw operation of Army platform radio systems, GPS, and applied signal trouble shooting in support of Fort Bliss aviation brigades. Accountable for radio retransmission equipment, and responsible for the training of peers with such equipment. Set up and maintained radio frequency during training and tactical environments. Attended schools to further leadership skills and acted as team lead, when needed. Cross trained with other communication assets such as; LAN manager, IT servers, routers, switches, Satellite Transport Terminal (STT), Joint Network Node (JNN), High Capacity Line of Sight Radios (HCLoS), Command Post Node (CPN).
Companies Worked For:
Job Titles Held:
Where can I find a BRTRC Bn Lead Technician resume example in Santa Teresa, New Mexico ?
This is an actual resume example of a Bn Lead Technician who works in the Installation, Maintenance and Repair Industry. LiveCareer has 17826 Installation, Maintenance and Repair resumes in its database. LiveCareer’s Resume Directory contains real resumes created by subscribers using LiveCareer’s Resume Builder.
© 2019, Bold Limited. All rights reserved.