Lee Hadovski

Lee Hadovski

Work experience

Work experience

Collateral Duty Inspector

United States Marine Corps.
  • Quality Assurance inspector for the production of avionics equipment.  Ensuring that proper documentations, record keeping and high quality maintenance is maintained.
2004 - Present

Team Leader II, Project Management & Planning Operations

  • Manage multiple projects simultaneously to ensure that all customer requirements are met within the defined time specifications.
  • Perform cost estimates and basis of estimates utilizing accepted processes to ensure that all proposals are within regulations and 15-2 compliant.
  • Perform earned value management to monitor overall effeciency of the project.
  • Provide project reports to upper management.
  • Coordinate and manage schedules in order to meet all milestones on-time and under budget.
  • Implement necessary changes to increase the productivity and quality within the departments.
  • Perform employee appraisals semiannually.
  • Coach employees on safety procedures and industry standards to improve overall company performance.
  • Supervise over 30 employees in their day-to-day activities.
2002 - 2004

Electrical Engineer

  • Completed Engineering investigations to solve complex problems and offer economic solutions.
  • Designed test fixtures and wrote procedures to improve the testing capabilities within the company.
  • Provided detailed drawings, both electrical and mechanical, to simplify the production of the various assemblies.
  • Wrote technical manuals and test procedures detailing installation, repair, and testing.
  • Performed reverse engineering on various units in order to provide schematics and detailed functions of the units in question.
  • Proficient in Auto CAD:  Used to complete schematics, designed test fixtures, and completed system level drawings.
2001 - 2002

Sr. Technical Support Specialist

  • Troubleshot, repaired, adjusted, modified and tested electrical systems and devices.
  • Performed repairs and installations aboard naval ships.
  • Proficient in testing and troubleshooting of High Voltage systems, pulse power systems, and AC/DC systems.
Sep 1996 - Jul 2001

Aviation Electrician

United States Marine Corps.
  • Utilized aircraft maintenance manuals and unique test equipment to identify, troubleshoot, and repair electrical equipment at the discreet component level.
  • Proficient with DVM, power supplies, huntron trackers, and oscilloscopes.
  • Skilled in schematics, block diagrams, and wiring diagrams.


2006 - Present

Bachelors of Science

San Diego State University

Concentration is in Managment with emphasis in Project Managment and Human Resource Managment.

2002 - 2006


Jul 1997 - Present

Aviation Technician

U.S. Marine Corps
Nov 2003 - Present

Six Sigma Specialist

Raytheon Technical Services Co.
Oct 1998 - Present

Miniature Electronics Repair

U.S. Navy
2001 - Dec 2008

CPR/AED Responder

Raytheon Technical Services Co.