I firmly believe that I would make an excellent asset to your company. Extremely stressful, demanding and difficult environments are all circumstances that were the normality of my previous positions. I am a quick study with a positive and fearless outlook on life. I believe in being prepared, i.e. understanding my customer(s) and remaining organized. Versatility is one of my strong suits, these are some of the roles I have had to fulfill: 1) transferring & safeguarding sensitive 2nd & 3rd party data, 2) public relations associate, 3) video-conferencing engineer, 4) public relations at a historic museum, 5) military & private firm electronics technician, 6) food service handler, and 7) a field engineer for an unmanned aerial vehicle (drone).
Why the gap in employment? After 2.5 years in Afghanistan I decided to add to my resume of languages, which also includes Crucian and Spanish. During 2014 I enrolled in a Language Academy and became certified in German; one of the most challenging things I have taken on in my adult life.
Thank you, for taking the time to review my application and I look forward to interviewing with you.
Karwendelstr. 7, 81369 München
Phone – 015758791486 Email – [email protected]
AAI/TEXTRON CORPORATION / FIELD SERVICE ENGINEER II 2011 – 2014
– Logistics management
– Quality control management
– Hazardous material control management
– Compliance management
– Team mentorship
– Engineering support & development of unmanned airplanes
– Operational guidance
– Incident reporting
– Loss prevention
CSC / LEAD ELECTRONIC VISUALIZATION SPECIALIST 2000 – 2010
– Supervise, mentor & trained junior employees on day-to-day operations
– Managed inventory of surveillance equipment
– Point-to-Point monitoring & surveillance of sensitive data
– Analyze, develop and implemented new technical solutions
– Research and analyzed new technologies & processes
– Sales consulting
– Loss prevention
LOCKHEED MARTIN / ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN II 2000 – 2002
– Preventative & corrective maintenance of submarine simulation & stimulation
– Repair management of networked computing systems
– Assisted with training & development
U.S. NAVAL SUBMARINE FORCE / ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN 1988 – 2000
– Mentored junior sailors
– Maintained inertial navigation, atmosphere monitoring, telecommunications,
electro-hydraulic (4500 psi) electro-pneumatic (4500 psi) and radar systems
– Evaluate process effectiveness and adequacy of navigational equipment
– Maintained knowledge of construction electrical systems, component design,
electro-mechanical theory, quality assurance, and submarine safety.
– Hazardous material control
– New technology inspections
– Maintained nuclear weapons’ safety
EDUCATION / CERTIFICATES
– Workforce Education and Development; BS – Southern Illinois University; 2000
– General Studies; AS – Three Rivers Community Technical College; 1996.
– Advance Seawolf Ship’s Control Software Management – Lockheed Martin; 1996.
– Submarine Electronics Technician Theoretical Knowledge Curriculum; Navy 1990.
– AAI; Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System Program
– IPC; J-STD-001 (Requirements for Soldering Electrical and Electronic Assemblies)
– IPC; IPC/WHMA-A-620A (Requirements and Acceptance for Cables & Wire
– IPC; IPC-A-610D (Acceptability of Electronics Assemblies)
– IPC; ESD Control for Electronics Assembly
– USDoD: Information Assurance Awareness
– USDoT; 49CFR Hazardous Material in Transportation
– USDoD; AFMAN 24-204 Hazardous Material
– IATA/ICAO; Dangerous Goods (Hazardous Materials) in Transportation
– USDoD; Military Security/Police Force Program
– ALTE; German A1
– Languages: Spanish (advanced novice)
– USDoD;Small arms sharpshooter