More than 6 years experience in electronic and mechanical principles. Expertise in trouble shooting electrical circuits and providing necessary maintenance. Have the ability to do research on information sources, technical orders and other applicable publications to troubleshoot and repair any electronic systems. My objective is to become achieve the next level as an electrical equipment repairer or a trade of such in support of aviation readiness. With my skills and knowledge I am able to perform various aircraft electrical maintenance repairs. Customer-oriented Electrical Equipment Repaier focused on increasing production, minimizing equipment downtime and costs and maximizing overall plant efficiency. Meticulous Electrical Equipment Repaier skilled at juggling multiple tasks and working under pressure. Creative professional with extensive project experience from concept to development.
Blueprint interpretation expertise
Material handling expert
Exceptional organizational skills
In-depth OSHA knowledge
Assembly line production
Chemical processing skillfulness
Microsoft applications skills
Extremely quick learner
Numerical controls understanding
Electrical Equipment Repairer, 09/2007
to Current Corpus Christi Army Depot – Corpus Christi, United States,
As a Journeyman level worker my duties involve the testing, troubleshooting, repair, modification, overhaul, rework, assembly and adjustment of aircraft electrical components and devices using established procedures.
Devices include such things as electrical motors, voltage regulators, linear actuators, heater fuel control assemblies, and Alternator Generators and stabilator actuators.
Items worked are disassembled, overhauled, and assembled for return to serviceability through minor rework (partial disassembly and/or check and test and repair) in accordance with technical manuals, established work procedures and assistance from journeyman technicians as needed.
I test and check items as appropriate to determine electrical and mechanical repairs and adjustments required.
I replace bearings, wiring, brushes, leads, seals, and other parts as necessary.
I remove corrosion, lubricate and have items repainted.
I assemble devices, checking for proper fits and adjustments and operational requirements.
I disassemble, rework and assemble electrical/mechanical equipment.
I have a basic knowledge of electrical principles in order to complete repairs in accordance with procedures.
I use test sets, and other electronic/mechanical devices such as, voltmeter (DVVM), digital and analog dial indicators, feeler gauge, spring gauges, force gauges, watt meter, multimeters, signal generator, transistors testers, meggars, high pot, ohmmeters, amp meter, oscilloscope to check and test devices for electrical/mechanical tolerances.
I use torque devices to measure and adjust torque to specified tolerances.
I use test equipment such as micrometers, dial indicators, in checking and assembling the devices.
I use dial indicators to measure and adjust travel and backlash.
I use basic hand tools, power equipment and shop machinery to complete rework, balancing, and assembly of items.
I read and apply technical manuals, work procedures, schematics, blueprints, wiring diagrams, specifications, and Depot Maintenance Work Requirements (DMWRs) to diagnose and repair electrical equipment that typically contain basic electronics.
I am very proficient in independent diagnosis to the lowest circuit component using my experience as well as provided schematics and technical data or engineering instructions.
I apply my knowledge of electronics theory (ac and dc), resistance formulas, capacitance formulas and ohms law to test setups using established shop SOP's.
I check fields, armatures, wiring and other electrical parts for continuity, voltage drop, ground shorts, opens, and overheating.
Check and repair gears and clutches for warpage and clearances.
Set up and run computer-controlled automatic test equipment to perform pretest and final check for Quality Control.
MultiChannel Transmission Systems Operator Maintainer, 01/2005
to 01/2007 U.S. Army National Guard – San Antonio,
Repaired, rework, installed, assembled, adjusted, modified, and tested electrical components/systems.
Devices include starters, generators, voltage regulators, actuators, control boxes, and transmitters.
Systems returned to service through minor rework in accordance with technical manuals.
I test and check items as appropriate to determine electrical and mechanical repairs and make adjustments needed.
I performed mechanical rework process and procedures.
I have an understanding of electronic principles and a basic understanding of environmental control units.
Knowledge of the direct current and alternating current as applied to electronic items utilizing vacuum tubes, transistors, transmitters, transformers and various other components associated with electronic items.
I use test sets and other test equipment such as signal generators both audio and radio frequency, various types of voltmeters, ohmmeters, output measurement meter for radio frequency power and audio output levels, and frequency counters.
I have knowledge of electronics and electrical theories for application when using schematic diagrams, technical manuals, and parts manuals.
I have experience reading and applying DA Pams, FMs, TBs, TMs and MWOs.
Multi Channel Trasmission Systems Operator/Maintainer, 08/1999
to 09/2005 United States Army – Ft Hood,
My Duties stations include Ft. Riley, KS, Korea and Ft Hood, TX
Served in Iraq for 11 months as the Commander's driver participating in over 250 convoys without any major incidents
Upheld the highest standards as a soldier to help defend my country.
Repaired, installed, adjusted, modified, and tested electrical systems.
Performed mechanical rework process and procedures, electronic principles, and a basic understanding of environmental control units.
Knowledge of the direct current and alternating current as applied to electronic items utilizing vacuum tubes, transistors, transformers and various other components associated with electronic items.
I use signal generators both audio and radio frequency, various types of voltmeters, ohmmeters, output measurement meter for radio frequency power and audio output levels, frequency counters, and various test equipment.
Knowledge of electronics and electrical theories for application when using schematic diagrams, technical manuals, and parts manuals.
High School Diploma: 1999 Foy H. Moody High School - Corpus Christi,
Enhanced VPP Employee Training, Personal Protective Equipment Training, Fire Extinguisher Training, Job Hazard Analysis Training, Lockout/Tagout Training, Heartsaver AED Training, Plastic Media Blasting Training, Fire Warden Training, Solder Certification
MS Office, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint, Windows O/S 2000/XP, Linux O/S, 10-Key,
Secret Security Clearance 1999
AWARDS Army Achievement Medal 4 Oak Leaf Cluster, Army Commendation Medal, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal