(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Professional Summary

Results-oriented Manufacturing Technician specializing in high-level problem solving, process efficiency and day-to-day maintenance in a manufacturing environment. Ambitious and continuously exceeds both company and personal goals. Electrical Engineering Technician trained in analog and digital signal processing. Experience with multiple applications, including communications, radar and power electronics.

  • Semiconductor process system
  • Skilled with analytical software
  • Advanced critical thinking
  • Operation system software
  • System-level electrical design and integration
  • Technical support
  • Power systems
  • Design process tool methodology
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Wiring schematics
  • Knowledgeable in PCBA
  • Time management
Chandler-Gilbert Community College (currently full time student) Chandler, Arizona Expected in Current ASU Electrical Engineering MAPP program : Electrical Engineering - GPA :
Intel College of Engineering Ocotillo Campus, Chandler Arizona Expected in 2013 Certification : Robotics - GPA :
    Identify Friend or Foe radar equipment and support equipment operation and troubleshooting. Micro-miniature electronic repair Certification.

, Expected in 2002 Board repair, multilayer computer boards including all component, hardware and run repair/replacement. Miniature electronic repair Certification : - GPA : Miniature board repair for single side computer boards. Component replacement. AV "I" Level School Certification
Aviation Electronic Technician Core and I Strand Pensacola Florida, Expected in 2000 Naval Certifications : Electrical Technician with specialty in Aviation and Avionics Electrical Systems - GPA :
  • Critical Electrical Systems coursework
  • Coursework in Wireless Electronics
  • Coursework in Hyper Frequency Electronics
  • Top 1% of class
Work History
Intel Corporation - Maintenance Technician (Dry Etch)
City, STATE, 11/2011 - 05/2016
  • Monitored, maintained and performed a variety of complex repairs on semiconductor wafer fabrication equipment namely ICE, REX, and NSE.

  • Performed periodic preventive maintenance procedures as defined by specifications.
  • Provided technical support for troubleshooting, installations, diagnostics, adjustments, modifications, repairs, and calibrations as per specifications, blueprints, manuals, drawings and written or verbal instructions from engineering.  
  • Utilized a structured and comprehensive methods to identify the root cause of process or equipment malfunctions; implemented corrective action after a thorough analysis to increase the probability of the right fix the first time based on product quality parameters.
  • Performed electrical, mechanical, software troubleshooting and maintenance for related equipment, tools, cable assemblies and fixtures.
  • Checks and Calibrates tools, equipment and accessories using test and diagnostic equipment as required. 
  • Maintained accurate records and logs of work performed, modifications, calibrations, adjustments, and parts inventory.
  • Performed equipment and fixture modifications as directed by manufacturing or equipment engineers.
  • Equipment used includes office equipment, power supplies, oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, voltmeters, soldering irons, hand tools, power tools and personal computers or other hand/power tools and test equipment.
  • Maintained proficiency in programmable controllers, microprocessors, control circuits, analog/digital circuits, motors and troubleshooting skills.

US NAVY - (MR) Machinery Repairman Lead Petty Officer
City, , 09/2008 - 09/2011
  • Fabricated replacement parts and repair or overhaul a ship's engine auxiliary equipment, such as evaporators, air compressors, and pumps.
  • Worked with precision measuring instruments such as micrometers, depth gauges, Vernier’s, calipers, gauge blocks, protractors and dial indicators.
  • Operated machine shop equipment, such as lathes, drill presses, shapers, bench grinders, milling machines, boring mills, power hacksaws and computer numerically controlled machinery.
  • Repaired and operated auxiliary machinery.
  • Calculated time and material needed for machine shop work and the repairing of auxiliary machinery.
  • Drew sketches and prepared specifications for replacement parts.
  • Worked from sketches and specifications to produce replacement parts.
  • Engraved metal and other materials.
  • Frequently operated main propulsion (LM2500 Gas Turbine Engine) machinery, besides performing machine shop and repair duties.

US Navy - (ATI) Aviation Electronic Technicians - Intermediate & Depot Levels
City, , 09/1999 - 08/2008
  • Maintained and repaired electronic testing equipment enabling an average of a 97% maintenance availability.
  • Inspected, troubleshot, repaired, and maintained a vast array of mission navigation, electronic warfare, radar, communications, avionics equipment and all support equipment.
  • Possesses skill sets to acquire an in-depth understanding of the operational theory of assigned equipment and knowledge of basic through advanced troubleshooting procedures in minimal time.
  • Skilled in reading and interpreting schematics for electronics and advanced electronics test equipment.
  • Provided leadership and guidance to more than 200 electronics technicians.
  • Repaired approximately 6000 repairable printed and flexible electronic boards (including multi-layered), including electronic assemblies throughout multiple commands without rework, saving countless hours of maintenance.
  • Increased personal and team performance by doubling as a Quality Assurance Collateral Duty Inspector, making sure all items processed were repaired to meet all NAVAIR (Naval Air Systems Command) and NAMP (Naval Aviation Maintenance Plan) standards and regulations.
  • Troubleshot and identified discrepancies to the component level and ordered items to repair electronic assemblies at a highly accurate level to minimize turn-around times.
  • Motivated other technicians through example and assisted them when needed resulting in numerous jobs being completed in an expedient fashion.
  • Performed training for over 200 technicians in, on the job training  (OJT) throughout multiple commands, increasing their individual abilities thus minimizing repair time completion of mission vital assets.
  • Troubleshot electrical equipment problems such as electro-valves and sensors.

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School Attended

  • Chandler-Gilbert Community College (currently full time student)
  • Intel College of Engineering
  • Aviation Electronic Technician Core and I Strand

Job Titles Held:

  • Maintenance Technician (Dry Etch)
  • (MR) Machinery Repairman Lead Petty Officer
  • (ATI) Aviation Electronic Technicians - Intermediate & Depot Levels


  • ASU Electrical Engineering MAPP program
  • Certification
  • Board repair, multilayer computer boards including all component, hardware and run repair/replacement. Miniature electronic repair Certification
  • Naval Certifications

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