I want to instruct and certify safe and responsible divers while increasing my professional dive experience. To be able join your shop in this capacity as the Scuba Department Lead would be a dream job. You would have an employee who is extremely capable, who is experienced, and is ready to be the Best employee I can be for Sugar Land Dive Center. Summary: Dynamic, innovative Leader having technical experience in semiconductor, mask manufacturing, submarine and unmanned underwater vehicle industries, who promotes the essential of creativity, a "can-do" attitude, integrity, competitiveness, accountability and teamwork. Process oriented, data driven mindset for decision making and driving quality into the product during in-house manufacturing as well as thru the Contract manufacturing partners, and suppliers. Non-Diving Experience
responsible for the technical oversight to Naval Research Laboratory in support of the Special Sensor Ultraviolet Limb Imager, Air Force Research Laboratory in support of Special Sensor Magnetometer and Special Sensor J5, Applied Physics Laboratory in support of Special Sensor Ultraviolet Imager and Sounder, University of Texas @ Dallas in support of Special Sensor Ion Electron Sounder.
Provide leadership in cross functional management of escalations and issue resolutions, timelines, resources and material costs to ensure engineering developments and/or changes occur on time.
Maintain strong focus on the development and execution of technical support and training plans globally.
Responsible for development and implementation of technical support strategy and execution, as well as satisfaction of program deliverables to Program Sponsor.
Project Aware Instructor07/2013 to Current
Project Aware Coral Reef Conservation Instructor Diving/Work Experience Certified Openwater 1986 SSI Teaching 3yrs Number of dives 2375 logged dive Number of student certifications 123 (including DM, AOW, OW, EFR and DSD) Divemaster Atlantic Edge Dive Center Assisting Instructors, Leading Dives, Scuba Review Divemaster Annapolis Scuba Center Assisting Instructors, Filling tanks, setting up dive sites/training areas, customer service, sales, inventory control, reset displays, order tracking, Open Water Scuba Instructor Annapolis Scuba Center Teaching Students from DSD up to Rescue, customer service, scheduling classes, upselling students ConEd, sales, minor repairs, filling tanks, assisting other Instructors acting as DM Master Scuba Diver Trainer Annapolis Scuba Center Teaching students from DSD up to Divemaster, Started an Instructor Quality Control Program for hiring and continuing training for staff DM and Instructors, As Lead Instructor held quarterly in-house training session.
Systems Engineer01/2013 to 06/2013
ALIRT Program, Northrop Grumman, Afghanistan.
System Engineer provides preventive and corrective sensor maintenance in support of ALIRT Flight Operations at Bagram Air Force Base, Afghanistan.
The NGSC System Engineer is the in-country sensor system communications focal point of the ALIRT team who communicates sensor performance issues to sensor developer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology/ Lincoln Laboratories (MIT/LL).
The System Engineer supplies field data inputs to MIT/LL to assist in the diagnoses and determination of appropriate actions to correct sensor anomalies.
The System Engineer updates and uploads collected data files into all pertinent documents and program related web sites and maintains and analyzes data to determine and predict sensor performance and health.
Technical Liaison09/2009 to 01/2013Northrop GrummanBaltimore, MD
Program Test Manager03/2006 to 09/2009Undersea Systems Northrop GrummanAnnapolis, MD
responsible for the independent creation of test procedures; perform system integration and test hardware and software on fifty (50) Collaborative Networked Autonomous Underwater Vehicles.
Perform formal testing, write formal test reports, and contribute to the improvement of testing process/procedures/tools.
Create maintain Test procedures, perform hardware/software testing, investigate failures/anomalies, support anomaly investigations, support deviation closeouts activities and support system sell off of deliverables under configuration management.
Manage the logistics of all vehicles and support elements, and managed the field support (12) personnel, worked with support (5) vendors in the development of the test plans of their subsystems.
Maintain track of all vehicles, ensured each was ready for testing in an oceanic environment.
Senior Field Service Engineer III07/2002 to 03/2006Micronic Laser IncSan Jose, CA
Troubleshoot, diagnoses, installs, maintain, calibrate and repair Deep Ultraviolet laser pattern generators.
Perform failure analysis and repair complex analog and digital circuitry, spatial light modulators and 248nm excimer laser system.
Provide engineering design recommendations for current and future product development.
Supervised 4 mask maintenance technicians.
Engineer in Charge02/2002 to 07/2002Bangor, WA
Direct and coordinate operation, maintenance and repair of 21"unmanned underwater vehicle in the field.
Test systems and sub-systems applying knowledge of technology under direction of Engineering staff.
Review project instructions and blueprints ascertain test specifications, procedures, objectives, test equipment, nature of technical problem and possible solutions.
Set up and conduct range test under operational conditions to investigate design proposals for improving equipment performance or other factors.
Supervised 4 engineers, 25 Navy Cadre.
Project Manager08/2001 to 02/2002Secure Net IncDallas, Texas
Manage million dollar installation of surveillance and security systems for Texas Department of Transportation.
Provide technical assistance to the customer during the design and installation, testing phase.
Supervised 15 installation technicians.
Brought the project online under budget, Total savings $35,000.00.
Supervised 5 installation technicians.
Final Test Manager/Engineer07/2000 to 08/2001Lambda Physik IncFt Lauderdale, Fl
Evaluated product requirements, wrote test plans, performed acceptance.
test and evaluated data for beam profile, beam divergence, polarization,.
spectral purity, spatial coherence, wavelength calibration for a 4khz 193nm excimer laser.
Troubleshoot and made repairs when data was out of specification.
Supervised 2 engineers.
On-Site Lead technician01/1996 to 07/2000Semiconductor Tech III Canon, USADallas, TX
responsible for training customer Process, and Equipment engineers on basic operation, safety, and maintenance of I-line and Deep Ultraviolet Fine Pattern Aligner steppers and 248nm excimer laser systems.
Worked directly with customer to.
resolve all equipment and software issues.
Perform preventative, and.
corrective maintenance for 40 I-line and Deep Ultraviolet Aligner steppers.
and 248nm excimer lasers while maintaining 98% uptime.
Experienced in troubleshooting and repairing Reticle Robotic systems, Optical Lens, Air Bearing Stage, Laser interferometers, Reticle Stage, Wafer feeder, and performing UNIX software upgrades.
PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor Emergency First Responder Instructor PADI Divemaster 08/09 PADI Rescue Diver 08/08Kennedy Western University
Qualified "Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle" 06/1992 Level I/II Model ELS-4000 Excimer Laser 01/1997 Level II Model ELS-5300 Excimer Laser 10/1998 Canon FPA-2000i1/2500i3 Major PM 02/1996 Canon FPA-3000i4 Troubleshooting 07/1996
Expert Level Novatex 248nm Excimer Laser 01/2005
Sigma7300 Field Service Engineer Level II Certification 04/2005
Naval Leader Development for Chief Petty Officers02/1991
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver 10/1986
Level I/II Trident Ship Control & Atmosphere Support02/1989