Experienced installation and repair technician skilled at setting up, repairing, configuring,inspecting,and assembling various types of equipment. Proven skills in building relationships with customers and solving problems with little oversight. Excellent communication and planning skills. Electronic Mechanic with over 18 years of successful experience in Calibration and Electronics. Recognized consistently for performance excellence and contributions to success in defense industry. Demonstrated ability to read schematic diagrams and use appropriate test equipment to troubleshoot equipment and repair manufactured products. Excellent at contributing to team and project success by sharing acquired knowledge and using strong interpersonal communication skills to encourage high-level performance and assistance to stakeholders. Proficient in installing, maintaining, calibrating, configuring and troubleshooting. A stellar work ethic with the ability to excel in a fast-paced environment.
The 2M Program provides the repair equipment, tools, techniques and training required for Navy/Marine Corps electronic repair technicians to perform highly reliable, high quality repairs on complex circuit card assemblies (CCAs). 2M is an integral part of the Navy's Progressive Repair initiative. The 2M Program supports electronic repair at the Organizational (O) and Intermediate (I) maintenance levels and at selected Naval Aviation Depots. The use of 2M applies to all electronic equipment following the direction of OPNAVINSTs 4790.2, 4700.7 and 4790.13. 2M electronic repair saves dollars by avoiding potential maintenance costs associated with reliance on depots and results in an overall improvement to fleet readiness through increased self-sustainability of the repair site itself. 2M is divided into two distinct capability levels. Miniature Electronic Repair Miniature Electronic Repair covers the repair of single and double-sided CCAs focusing on discrete and multi-lead, through hole components. Miniature repair includes removal and replacement of these components, removal and re-application of conformal coatings, wiring and soldering of various terminals and connectors, removal and replacement of damaged conductors and printed circuit board laminate. Miniature repair also covers electrostatic discharge (ESD) familiarization and handling procedures to minimize ESD risks to the CCAs. Microminiature Electronic Repair Microminiature Electronic Repair is more technically demanding than the miniature level of repair described above. Microminiature repair involves high density component packaging, multilayer conductor and laminate repair, flex-print repair, edge-lighted panel repair, welded lead repair and surface mounted technology (SMT) repair. Because microminiature repair is an advanced capability when compared to miniature repair, miniature training is a prerequisite for microminiature training.
Project Management Techniques I
Project Management Techniques II
Interpersonal Skills for Virtual and Co-located Project Teams
Project Scope Management
Project Risk Management
Project Procurement Management
Initial Radiation Worker CBT Refresher Training (Scheduling Only); Mandatory Training, ; Hazard Communication; Fire Protection In Shipyard Employment (For All Employees); Asbestos Awareness For Building Mgrs; Man-Made Vitreous Fiber (Non-Asbestos) H A; Security Training For Computer Users; Environmental Awareness; Privacy Act Training; CPR Training, Initial; Hearing Conservation Program- Initial; POSH Refresher For Employees; Hazard Recognition For Union Representatives And Safety Committee Members; Electrical Safety; Submarine Worker Orientation; RadCon Orien For NN Emp; Soldering Techniques; Radiac Instrument Maintenance; Radiac Instrument Testing; Lockout/Tagout Authorized Employee; Lockout/Tagout Affected Employee; Area Orientation Brief Intercultural Relations; Area Orientation Brief 2 General; Electrostatic Discharge Awareness (ESD); Fall Protection; C/1102 Travel To Foreign Country Brief; Back Injury Recovery- Ergonomics; Business Plan California; Hazardous Materials Hazcom/Environmental Awareness; Naval Nuclear Propulsion Information New User Training; DOD Information Assurance Awareness Training; DOD Information Assurance Training Version 10.0 FY 2012; Radiation Worker "R" Written Exam (Scheduling Only); Radiation Worker "R" Practical Exam (Scheduling Only); Radiation Worker "R" Continuing Training; Radiation Safety For Radiac OP Ref; Radiological Monitoring Division; Nuclear Worker Qual- Initial; Radiological Monitoring Attribute For TSDC NNTB; Operator Lock Out-Tag Out And Alternative Protective Measures; Command Operations Security (OPSEC) Brief; Isopropyl and Ethyl Alcohol - Haz Mat Brief; Coatings/Adhesives and Epoxies With Resins and Amines - Haz Mat Brief; Chlorinated/Fluorinated Hydrocarbons Freons - Haz Mat Brief; Detergents/Aqueous Cleaning - Haz Mat Brief; Solvent Based Paints/Spray Paints - Haz Mat Brief; Nuisance Dust/Inert Particulates - Haz Mat Brief; Super Glues - Haz Mat Brief; Alkaline Materials PH 7 - Haz Mat Brief; Adhesives - Haz Mat Brief; Lead - Haz Mat Brief; Hazard Communication Brief Instructions; Prevention of Sexual Harassment; Confined Space Awareness; PSNS and IMF Confined Space Awareness Training; Passport for Government Travel; Corporate Electrical Safety (For Electrical Workers); Corporate Disconnect Reconnect; Project Travel Brief; Radcon Sensitivity Indoctrination Brief; Radioactive Source Handling Briefing; Surface Ship Casualty Response Training ; Trafficking in Persons Initial Training; VPP Mandatory Training; Working Safely in Confined Spaces; Lockout/Tags- Plus Authorized Employee (989
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