Results-driven Aviation Electronics Technician with over three years of demonstrated success with the United States Navy maintaining and repairing electronic communications, in flight navigation, and detection systems on aircraft. Provides leadership to effectively stimulate growth and development for teams. Displays unparalleled technical knowledge and commitment to quality. Highly skilled in analyzing and interpreting circuit wiring, logic cable diagrams, complete communication systems schematic diagrams, and network specifications for the purpose of installing, troubleshooting, or maintaining the system or device. Additionally, seven months experience with Auxiliary Security Force providing security protecting Naval mission critical assets.
Competencies & Accomplishments
Troubleshooting & Repair:
• Repaired 160 aircraft electrical components saving over $2.2 million and contributing to a 97% repair rate
• Identified and repaired 12 high-use Operational Test Program Set components, ensuring work center maintained a 98% ready for use rate
• Skilled in testing, characterizing, and collecting data on oscillators and Integrated Circuits
• Identifies radio communications requirements, analyzes technical solutions, conducts physical surveys, implements and validates the final solution used to meet communication requirements
• Serves as troubleshooter and trainer to resolve technical problems for radio systems users
• Identifies technical failures on radio subscriber and infrastructure equipment, works independently to address / fix the failures
• Able to perform a variety of aviation-related safety operations including electrical safety tag out procedures, flight line hangar, maintenance shop safety processes, hydraulic and pneumatic safety procedures, corrosion control processes, maintenance documentation systems including 3M
• Able to perform mathematics for analysis of AC/DC circuits, understand and troubleshoot digital logic circuits, perform troubleshooting of AM and FM RF systems, as well as troubleshoot transmitters and receivers, antennas and waveguides
• Able to perform maintenance on automated testing and support systems for aviation and electronics, and apply troubleshooting procedures on an automated support system, including high power, communication, navigation, and high power for aviation and electronic systems
• Displays skills using electrical troubleshooting tools oscilloscopes and digital multimeters Leadership:
• Mentor junior personnel in proper maintenance procedures
• Devoted over 20 man-hours training five technicians, increasing work center productivity by 12%
• Positive leadership supports retention goals. Active in decreasing attrition
• Adequately encourages and supports subordinates personal/professional growth
• Values differences as strengths. Fosters atmosphere of acceptance and inclusion Core Strengths:
• Strong working knowledge of electronics and theory of operations
• Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office products
• Innovative and hard-working individual with the ability to thrive in challenging environments
• Displays strong interpersonal skills
• Demonstrated the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously under tight deadlines
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Department: United States Marine Corps/ United States Navy
From: December 2017 - Present
Supervisors: GySgt Eli Mills Cell: 731-335-4647 and GySgt Andrew Briley Cell: 910-545-3135 Work: 850-452-8653
• Train, coach and mentor entry level personnel on basic electronic theory.
• Teach entry level personnel basic wiring, diagrams and schematics.
• Coach entry level personnel on test equipment utilized to repair aviation electronics.
• Managed 35 students in a classroom setting, efficiently utilizing Microsoft programs and aviation software programs. JOB RELATED APPLICATIONS
• Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP)
• Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS)
• Naval Tactical Command Support Systems (NTCSS)
• Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)
• Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activities (OOMA)
• Joint Deficiency Reporting Systems (JDRS)
• One Touch Support (OTS)
• Decision Knowledge Programming for Logistics Analysis and Technical Evaluation (DECKPLATE)
• NIDA Integrated Systems Technology Simulator
• 2nd MAW Intranet
• Marine Net
• Share Point
• Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
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• Proficiently reads and utilizes Aircraft publications and wiring schematics
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• Led the editing of publications for the installation of a new helmet display tracking system into 8 aircraft
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