Electronics Maintenance Chief resume example with 12 years of experience

Jessica JessicaSKI
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Passionate, hardworking and extremely productive manager with 20+ years of Marine Corps service. Specialized in Electronics Maintenance production which included ground radio, computer software, hardware, satellite communication, and Signal Intelligence equipment. Forward thinker and problem-solver which enables faster and better production results.

  • Top Secret/SCI clearance
  • Confident leader, devoted, loyal and steady leadership with self-initiative
  • Resourceful, critical thinker with decision-making abilities
  • Intelligent and passionate
  • Effective communicator and a solid mentor
  • Attention to details with outstanding work ethics
  • Technical expertise
Electronics Maintenance Chief, 06/2015 to Current
United States Marine Corps, 3D Radio BattalionCity, STATE,
  • Lead coordinator between the Battalion and multiple Department of Defense and civilian agencies providing seamless coordination for equipment fielding, disposal, procurement and repairs, which ensured that the battalion maintained an overall readiness above 90%.
  • Evaluated the Battalion's equipment posture, identified and redistributed excess equipment for proper disposal of over $2 million worth of equipment, took lead and prepared proper material shipping documentation by using Marine Corps Global Combat Support System, inspect and verified material data plates information, producing substantial upkeep savings and improved the Battalion's overall supply readiness.
  • Coordinated and managed several maintenance stand-downs,  conducted inventories using standing technical data, created secondary repairable requests when needed to ensure the Battalion's equipment is operational and ready to support ongoing deployments and Battalion/National Security Agency real-world operations.
  • Trained, mentored and oversaw work section supervisors on proper accounting and maintenance procedures in accordance with standing Maintenance Management Policies and Directives for equipment currently in the repair cycle which shortened the repair time by an average of 2 weeks per instance.
  • Successfully led a project to fix two of the Battalion's overseas accounts (31st MEU in Japan and Detachment -14 part of Special Task Force in Philippines). Performed 47 urgent repairs of mission-critical Signal Intelligence Equipment (SIGINT), ordered missing components worth approximately $250,000, and rapidly reconciled over 60 equipment discrepancies, which resulted in a unit readiness level increase from 60% to 95% and a total savings of $13,000.
  • Developed Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for an overseas account, which helped identify unserviceable items more rapidly, and fast track equipment through its repair cycle.
  • Served as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for maintenance of Signal Intelligence Equipment and electronics maintenance, provided mentorship and training for Marines and senior leadership in charge in order to mitigate maintenance concerns.
  • Supervised Electronics Maintenance Platoon through various internal and external inspections with nearly 100% error free reporting and compliance with standing orders and directives.
Recapture Tactics Team Platoon Sergeant, 06/2012 to 06/2015
Marines Corps Security Force BattalionCity, STATE,
  • Responsible for well over 100+ movements of tactical nuclear weapons on/offload, ensured good command and control between three different areas of operation was maintained, keeping the Marine Corps Security Forces and Strategic Weapons Facility Pacific Commanding Officers aware of any delays and or cancellation of those movements.
  • Assisted in development of revamped watch procedures to ensure Nuclear Emergency Team Commander and Battalion's Watch Officer have tactical control for over 300 Marines and Sailors during critical movements of nuclear assets.
  • Certified as Demolition Supervisor, ensured that demolition ranges were conducted safely and professionally.
  • Actively mentored and counseled a platoon of 70+ Marines, which included administrative matters such as promotions, demotions and administrative separations directly improving Marines conduct on and off duty.
  • Planned and successfully executed 50+ field exercises that included blank, simunition, and live fire training events.
Maintenance Management Chief, 05/2009 to 06/2012
Marine Wing Communication Squadron 38City, STATE,
  • Served as the Maintenance Management Chief, established the maintenance Standard Operating Procedures, which included individual training, calibration, preventive maintenance, publications, and special tool management.
  • Supervised the company's preparation for Field Supply and Maintenance Analysis Office (FASMO) inspection, resulting in a grade of 97% compliance.
  • Planned and prepared proactive maintenance and Limited Technical Inspections of $28,000,000 worth of communication equipment in support of Marine Aircraft Group 50 deployment.
  • Developed and executed training program after identifying maintenance-related issues and trends, which resulted in an immediate reduction in maintenance repair time and increased readiness.

Education and Training
Associate of Science: Information Security, Expected in 2017
ECPI University - Virginia Beach, VA,
: Methods of Entry, Expected in 2013
Weapons Training Battalion, Training Command - Quantico, VA
: Security Supervisor, Expected in 2012
Marine Corps Security Force Training Company - Chesapeake, VA
: Advanced Electronics/Electronics Maintenance Technician, Expected in 2009
Marine Corps Communication Electronics School - 29 Palms, CA,

  • Awarded four impact Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals for professional achievement while serving with various commands
  • Received three Certificates of Commendation for outstanding production results
  • Received two Certificates of Appreciation for volunteer work fostering excellent relationship between command and local communities.

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School Attended

  • ECPI University
  • Weapons Training Battalion, Training Command
  • Marine Corps Security Force Training Company
  • Marine Corps Communication Electronics School

Job Titles Held:

  • Electronics Maintenance Chief
  • Recapture Tactics Team Platoon Sergeant
  • Maintenance Management Chief


  • Associate of Science

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