To use my skills in the best possible way for achieving the companyâ€™s goals.
[Job title] with [Number] years experience. Areas of expertise include [skills] .
Senior Electro-mechanical Technician, 01/2007
to Current Moog Aerospace – Chatsworth,
Performs precision assembly, repairs and testing on production actuators and biaxial assemblies that are used on satellites and the international space station.
Our actuators are rotary and linear types and we also build fuel pumps and valves for rockets.
Work is performed using assembly drawings, manufacturing outlines, wiring schematics and other instructions both written and verbal.
Also build prototype actuators, troubleshoot when necessary and figure a way to make them work properly.
All of our actuators have cables which are wrapped in EMI tape and shielding, then the connectors are installed.
I have designed many tooling aids to cut down on time of build.
Works with project, product and quality engineers to diagnose anomalies and recommends or performs rework to correct any discrepancies.
Utilizes a variety of mechanical measuring equipment such as: dial indicators, height gauges, dial calipers and indicating micrometers to obtain proper assembly build requirements.
Also utilized a variety of tools and equipment such as: torque wrenches, arbor presses, vises, microscopes, hand tools, meters, power supplies, strip chart recorders, motor drivers, borescopes and necessary fixtures and tooling.
Daily use of epoxies and compounds to perform bonding and coating operations to satisfy drawing requirements.
Consistently met established time standards on work assignments.
All work performed in a clean room.
Certifications: torque and measurements, contamination and fod, hardware handling, ESD practitioner, connector mate and de-mate, and liquid nitrogen handling.
Aircraft Technician, 08/2006
to 12/2006 Future Aviation – Ft. Myers,
Repaired, overhauled and tested hydraulic, pneumatic and electro-mechanical actuators, starter generators, landing gear and brake systems for commercial aircraft.
Used component maintenance manuals and wiring schematics on a daily basis.
Trouble-shooted mechanical and electrical problems.
Utilized machine shop tools such as: milling machines, lathes, drill presses, sand blasters, armature balancers and armature cutters.
Also used a variety of tools such as: hand tools, micrometers, calipers, meters, oscilloscopes and soldering irons.
All products overhauled were primed and painted inside a paint booth before being shipped to the customer.
Maintained turn around times set by the supervisor.
to 08/2006 Addice Construction – Norfolk,
Subcontractor for Lowes Home Improvements and the Home Depot.
Installed replacement windows and doors.
Experienced in scheduling work crews, payroll, accounting and all other aspects of running a small business.
Daily use of a sheet metal brake and all hand and power tools.
Remodeled older houses: extensive experience re-wiring houses to conform to local and national codes, replaced copper and pvc plumbing, constructed new additions and installed vinyl siding and roofing.
Electro-mechanical Technician, 03/1998
to 10/2003 Whippany Actuation Systems – Whippany,
Responsible for the repair, overhaul and testing of electro-mechanical actuators for military and commercial aircraft, helicopters, MLRS (multiple launching rocket systems) and HIMARS (high mobility artillery rocket systems).
Received many monetary bonuses for finding and correcting defects in some actuators.
All work was performed using component maintenance manuals, blue prints and wiring schematics.
Also made repairs to circuit boards by the means of soldering and using ESD methods.
Expert use in the following precision instruments: micrometers, calipers meters, dielectric machines and torque wrenches.
My strong mechanical and electrical trouble shooting background helped me succeed in this job.
Certifications: ESD, Torque, Soldering and FOD.
Industrial Mechanic, 06/1997
to 03/1998 Howmet Industries – Dover,
Repaired industrial machinery and performed preventative maintenance on them.
A few examples are shaker tables, conveyor belts, large ovens, and bead blaster equipment.
Also maintained and operated fork lifts, scissor lifts, snorkel lifts and overhead cranes.
Used lathes, mills, drill presses, hydraulic presses, band saws, plasma cutters, air arc cutters, stick and mig welders.
Weight lifting, motocross racing and Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
Woodland Hills, Ca.
Engineering Design Certificate: 12/2012 Pierce College -
12/2001 County College of Morris - Randolph,
NJ. Mechanical Engineering
Airframe and Powerplant
FAA certified A&P Mechanic License# 3115704: 11/1994 Tidewater Tech Aviation Academy - Virginia Beach,
accounting, band saws, cables, Ca, hardware, doors, drivers, drawing, hand tools, lathes, machinery, mechanical, Mechanic, windows, Works, oscilloscopes, paint, payroll, plumbing, power supplies, power tools, quality, repairs, scheduling, schematics, Soldering, supervisor, tables, trouble shooting, troubleshoot, wiring, written
Outside Interests: Weight lifting, motocross racing and Brazilian jiu-jitsu.