Knowledgeable in Air Force occupational safety standards and I am aware of the hazards in the workplace including, but not limited to, high voltage, compressed gas, RF, misuse of hand and power tools, high intensity sounds, etc.
Aware that PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) is an invaluable preventive measure I need pertaining to the potential hazards of the equipment that I would be working on.
Secure critical information in the workplace and aware of how to handle classified information along with how it should be marked and utilized.
Proficient at following and understanding Technical Orders, and aware of how to find what is needed to complete a task along with knowledge pertaining to how TOs are categorized.
Competent with utilizing IMDS (Integrated Maintenance Data System) to retrieve and store maintenance data along with facilitating supply transactions.
Proficient with tool management procedures along with knowledge of the tools in the CTK and how to handle them along with specialized tools such as torque wrenches.
Learned how to properly do tasks imperative to the reparation of the line replacement units including safety wiring, soldering/desoldering, cable repair, etc.
Cognizant of the importance of cleanliness in the work place to prevent corrosion, potential hazards to personnel, etc.
and understand that the test station and the workplace should be kept immaculate to ensure that everything is easier to find to facilitate my work.
Supervisor: MSgt Mike Lowery (904) 741-7342 Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
Department of the Air ForceJacksonville, United States, FLElectronic Integrated Systems Mechanic
My current position is located in the Avionics Intermediate Shop (AIS) at the 125th Fighter Wing Maintenance Squadron where I have spent over 18 months.
I am a dependable, self-motivated, results orientated Senior Airman (E4) presently occupying the temporary technician position of Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic.
AFSC 2A031) Thorough knowledge of principles of digital and analog circuits, electro-mechanical devices, solid state devices, digital techniques, synchro/servo operation and integrated circuit theory.
Electronic theories sufficient to identify, isolate and repair malfunctions in one or more complex integrated systems where knowledge of the entire system is necessary to interpret error data through a number of units in the system to locate deficiencies and identify the solution.
Duties also include the ability to efficiently interpret and trace schematics, logic and wiring diagrams.
Proficient with the use of a wide variety of test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment (TMDE) such as oscilloscopes, power meters, spectrum analyzers, digital multimeters, etc.
Duties also are to analyze performance, test, inspect, identify, troubleshoot, isolate malfunctions, disassemble, modify or repair, reassemble, and align the Integrated Avionics Computerized Test Stations and their associated peripherals.
Modify and update avionics support equipment and support software according to applicable technical publications and Investigate any discrepancies, incompatibilities, and anomalies while using test programs and automated fault isolation procedures to determine the true nature of problems encountered.
Connect associated testing equipment to interface test station systems to the aircraft systems using a network of various cables to facilitate maintenance through a series of functional tests and diagnostics to identify and isolate the malfunctions line replaceable units (LRU) such as radar, fire control, instrument, flight control, inertial navigation, malfunction analysis and recording equipment systems.
Receive and implement newly developed and/or extensively modified programs from the section supervisor and/or the engineer for specific items of equipment.
Sheppard Air Force BaseWichita Falls, United States, TXAvionics Test Station and Components Apprentice
Technical or Occupational Certificate95 of a maximum 100 Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: Certificate of Completion, Honor Graduate Award. Keesler Air Force Base; Biloxi, MS United States Avionics Fundamentals
Florida State CollegeJacksonvilleASVAB Test Score: 9927 semester hours completed toward CCAF degree.
First Coast High SchoolJacksonville, FL, United StatesGPA: Graduated as a Principal's Scholar from High School 06/2012
*NJROTC for 3 years
*Men of DistinctionGraduated as a Principal's Scholar from High School 06/2012
*NJROTC for 3 years
*Men of Distinction