Seeking a “hands-on” position with a company that values thorough, motivated, lifelong learners who are skilled at troubleshooting, completing projects/tasks efficiently, quality-minded, and overall excellent at fixing anything.
Worked to process sheet instructions to perform a variety of operations in connection with the assembling and testing of sub-assemblies, complete assemblies and components. Soldering and desoldering of electronic components on circuit boards in accordance with J Standard policies. Manual, computerized, vibration and temperature testing performed.
Test, troubleshoot, and repair of O2 sensors used in hospitals for patients. Following guidelines set by the FDA. Ensure the testing was in proper range allowed and modify them if they were out of spec. Along with the testing there was also soldering on the circuit boards.
Created, published, and operated various US Submarine Electronic Systems for ship subsystems on newly constructed and overhauled submarines (Combat Subsystems such as Sonar/Acoustics, Radio/External Communications, ICS/Interior Communications Systems, Missile Systems/Fire Control, etc.). Commended for a strict adherence to procedures and processes.
Worked many other “Re-Work” jobs and tasking, hand-selected by supervision to accurately complete re-work issues caused by other workers.
worked 1:1 with engineers on various ship systems ensuring accurate design models flowed down to production. Additionally, worked on new subsystem integration of new Virginia Class Submarine projects to ensure full compliance to plans and customer specifications.
Served on multiple “road jobs” working special projects inspecting, testing and repairing various military cable assemblies at remote locations.
Installation/removal, upgrades, test/repairs, and maintenance of electronic systems aboard nuclear submarines both Combat and Propulsion types. Worked extensively with fiber optics to exacting military standards, built fiber optic terminal boxes and connectors, assembled internal wiring harnesses for ship systems, and inter-connections throughout ship and subsystems. Additionally, worked with all types of “copper” wire cabling to include production installation, testing and repairs even Coaxial/RF Microwave cabling and assemblies.
Technical Expert; fully trained and experienced in all types of cable repair and cable assembly repair to include copper strand, single core, milspec multi-pin, coaxial, and fiber optics (single and multi-modes).
Experienced in all types of industrial/government documentation and drawings, including blueprints, schematics, design models, and technical guide instructions (TGI).
Took on-line electronics classes for one semester in pursuit of an Associates Degree as an Electronics Technician, and would like to continue toward a college degree.
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