Marcus Mc Clenty

Summary

A US citizen with a total of 6 years experience including tour of duty in US Navy utilizing laboratory also work environments delivering excellent customer services in wired/wireless communications as an Electronics and Assembly Technician with the fundamentals of data and network communications attained.

Education

Education
Sep 2011 - Present

Bachelors of Science

ITT-Technical Institute
Mar 2009 - Jun 2011

Associate of Science

ITT-Technical Institute

·Maintain a 3.97 grade point average.

·Received several accolades for perfect attendance

Skills

Skills

Troubleshooting

  ¨      Execute repair of printed circuit boards to component level. ¨      Able to troubleshoot signal transmission, reception, modulation and amplification stages. ¨      Completion of Soldering Workshop: May 2011 ¨      Responsible operation and use of the following equipment: basic bench test equipment including: oscilloscope, multi-meter, frequency counter, spectrum analyzer and signal generator. ¨      Accurate tracking on time sheets, service/installation tickets, and inventory items. ¨      Ability to read and interpret electronic schematics and diagnostic manuals. ¨      Advanced in computer hardware skills. ¨      Excellent skills acquired in customer services.  

Work History

Work History
Sep 2011 - Present

Assembly Technician

Temporary (Siemens Energy and Automation)

¨Electrical cabling and wiring of power control units.

¨Efficiently utilize hand tools.

¨Effectively interpret schematics and diagrams.

Feb 2011 - Aug 2011

Electronic Repair Technician

Atlantic Coast Communications, Inc
  • Responsible for diagnosing, testing and repairing devices by followingelectrical repairprocedures.
  • Execute daily operations of sales, service and installations.
  • Used test measuring and diagnostic equipment to locate, analyze and repair faults
Oct 1990 - Oct 1998

Mechanical Ordinance Assembler (Torpedomans’ Mate)

United States Navy, Honorable Discharge

·Assembled liquid-powered mechanical torpedo engines.

·Followed drawings and specifications, using torque wrench and hand tools.

·Read instructions and drawings to plan assembly sequence.

·Positioned basic work piece on workbench or clamped work piece in floor fixture.

·Requested inspector approval of assembled unit before proceeding to next assembly stage.

·Fitted parts together and bolted parts to basic work piece in specified locations, using torque wrench and hand tools.