Summary

Diversified professional background and comprehensive skills in electrical and electronic components. Military experience in equipment build, troubleshooting, and repair to component level. Experience in preventive maintenance, remote technical support, and QA/QC inspections. Previous experience with wide variety electronics and electrical equipment and systems. Excellent customer relations, computer, technical skills, and superior problem-solving abilities. Outstanding troubleshooting/fault isolation ability with a track-record for high levels of overall readiness. Committed to quality workmanship.

Work History

Work History
Mar 2014 - Present

Maintenance Supervisor

US Army - Fort Bliss, Texas

Used the Direct Support Electronic System Test Set (DSESTS) to test, troubleshoot, and repair all electronic components on the M1 Abrams Tanks and M2 Bradley Fighting Vehicles. Performed and supervised field level inspections and repairs for small arms weapons and artillery. Oversaw, directed, and trained 12 personnel on electrical test measuring and diagnostic equipment, and in analyzing and repair of electronic components. 

 •Sustained equipment readiness rate at 100% by troubleshooting and pinpointing the cause       of faulty equipment. 

Improved turnaround time of diagnostics and repairs from 84 hours to 48 hours.

Maintained 100% accountability of assigned equipment valued at over $12,000,000 without loss or incident.

Created and evaluated armament maintenance training program for 133 FARDC officers and soldiers

Apr 2010 - Mar 2011

Fire Control Systems Repair Supervisor

US Army - Fort Bliss, Texas

Used the Direct Support Electronic System Test Set (DSESTS) to test, troubleshoot, and repair all electronic components on the M1 Abrams Tanks and M2 Bradley Fighting Vehicles. Oversaw, directed, and trained 8 personnel on electrical test measuring and diagnostic equipment, and in analyzing and repair of electronic components. Responsible for quality assurance and quality control.

Mar 2006 - Mar 2010

Fire Control Systems Repairer

US Army - Fort Wainwright, Alaska

Performed maintenance inspections and repairs on various weapon systems, artillery, and optics to include: M777A2 Medium-Towed Howitzer, M198 Medium-Towed Howitzer, fire control optics and relevant test equipment, and mortar systems.

Responsible for maintenance of 16 M777A2 Medium-towed Howitzer Systems which                       enhanced combat readiness posture during Operation Iraqi Freedom from August 2008 to           July 2009.

Regularly performed weapons gauging procedures to ensure equipment serviceability and           personnel safety.


Education

Education
Nov 2014 - Present

Associate of Arts - General Studies 

American Military University