Detroit, MI Hiring Conference - March 11, 2019

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US Army Electronics Technician with Industry Experience


  • Leadership
  • Pneumatic/Hydraulics
  • Diesel Engines
  • Altimeters
  • Oscilloscopes
  • Digital Circuits
  • Power Supplies
  • Schematic diagrams
  • Supply Issuing & Receiving
  • Radio Wave Prop.
  • Digital Circuits
  • Synchros/Servos
  • Tracking & Expediting Parts
  • Transmissions
  • Generators
  • AC/DC Motors
  • Signal Generator


Electronics Technician, World's Largest Oilfield Services Company | 2014 - Present
Denton, TX

  • Troubleshoot electro-mechanical systems and hydraulic systems.
  • Perform proper QA/QC.
  • Program process control boards.
  • Install and calibrate flowmeters.
  • Troubleshoot and repair electrical circuits, computer components and software.
  • Repair and/or replace electronic components.

Project Manager, Internet Service Provider | 2011 - 2014
Hattiesburg, MS

  • Responsible for provisioning and setting up communication circuits.
  • Oversaw telecom installation projects, many with a budget of more than $1M.
  • Troubleshoot communications equipment.
  • Supervised 20+ technicians.
  • Supervised the design and construction of data centers.
  • T-1 and DSLAM support.

Wind Technician, Industry Leader in Suspended Access Equipment | 2011
Delaware, OH

  • Assisted in programming yaw control systems on wind turbines.
  • Installed and maintained generators.
  • Performed blade work at heights above 200 feet, servicing gearboxes.

Range Control Electronics Technician, United States Army | 2009 - 2011

  • Performed maintenance work on range target and implemented new functionalities.
  • Repaired and replaced engine components on target generators.
  • Responsible for wiring new range targets and performing computer software and hardware repairs.

Air Traffic Control Technician Specialist, Mississippi Army National Guard | 2002 - 2009; 2011 - 2014

  • Inspected, tested, maintained, and repaired components, assemblies, subassemblies, modules, cards, printed circuit boards, and ancillary equipment whose aggregate constituted a complete air traffic radar system or subsystem.
  • Applied theory of operation of vacuum tubes, transistors, diodes, solid state devices, integrated circuit components, transformers, motors, generators, synchros, servos, electromechanical drive mechanisms, transmission lines, and antennas.
  • Applied the theory of impedance, resistance, capacitance, and inductance to aircraft communications and navigation systems.
  • Used electronic schematics, block diagrams, wiring diagrams, color codes, and other technical publications.
  • Used technical and supply publications to obtain accurate data for supply purposes.
  • Isolated and diagnosed aircraft navigation, transponder, distance measuring, and communications systems/subsystems failures.
  • Performed the necessary corrective action prescribed in applicable maintenance instructions for corroded and deteriorated electronic components.


Commercial Aviation License | 2009
Westwind School of Aeronautics, Phoenix, AZ