Hard working technician with 10 years of electrical/electronics maintenance in high stress environments. I take pride in doing an excellent job and being a good team member.
AC/DC control circuitry
Fault finding and troubleshooting
Safe work Practices
Senior ROV Pilot/Technician, 03/2012
to 01/2017 Canyon Offshore – Houston,
TX Remotely Operated Vehicles are submersibles used for various subsea applications down to 10000fsw. My job includes operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting/repair of the ROV system and auxiliary equipment to include 10000ft winch and hydraulic power unit and launch/recovery system using manufacturer procedures, publications and schematics. Replacement and repair of system electrical components to include motors, lights, cameras, wiring, cables, penetrators, computers and board level repair soldering on resistors, diodes, capacitors etc. Hydraulic components include removing/replacement/rebuild of motors, pumps, actuators, valves, thrusters, cylinders and hoses.
Aviation Electrician, 02/2007
to 02/2012 United States Navy – VFA-37 Aviation Electrician's maintain electrical and instrument systems, including power generation, conversion, and distribution systems; aircraft batteries; interior and exterior lighting; electrical control of aircraft systems, including hydraulic, landing gear, flight control, utility, and power plant engine, flight and non-instrument-type indicating and warning systems; automatic flight control and stabilization systems; aircraft compass systems; attitude reference systems; and inertial navigation systems. All work done according to the naval aviation maintenance program publications and strict QA process with a tool control program in place. For operations I performed launch and recovery operations, flight deck troubleshooting, and QA procedures.
"A" and "C" school: US Navy - NAS Oceana CNATTU The Aviation Electrician "A" school introduces sailors to electrical troubleshooting, wire repair, and schematic reading. The "C" school is more advanced and platform specific. "C" school covers platform specific components, how to use the publications, introduction to the naval aviation maintenance program, and advanced wire repair and cable building.