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     Date Submitted:20-03-2012
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    Recent college graduate highly motivated with diversified abilities, knowledge and experience. Most recently employed as a Radio Frequency Technician for the US Air Force, working extensively with RF communications and test equipment. I have a proven reputation as a team player and creative thinker.

     

    Clearance- Active Secret

     

    Work Experience

     

    1st Spec Ops Tactical Communications Flight, USAF                              Hurlburt Field, FL

    Radio Frequency Transmission Systems Specialist                   November 2011-Present

     

    ·      Operate, maintain, troubleshoot, test and prototype new satellite and radio communication devices.

    ·      Train for deploying and establishing large communication networks in time critical situations (i.e. natural disaster relief missions)

    ·      Plan, acquire, operate and maintain critical command and control systems, Local Area Networks, air-to-ground radios, ground-based aircraft navigational aids.

    ·      Prepare and maintain communications equipment for short notice tactical missions

    920th Combat Search and Rescue Wing, USAF Reserve,                       Cocoa Beach, FL                

    Radio Frequency Transmission Systems Specialist                           March 2010- Present

    ·      Maintain, troubleshoot, and operate radio communications equipment for deployed combat search and rescue units

    ·      Tunes, adjusts and aligns components to obtain maximum operating efficiency

    ·      Extensive experience using: Network Analyzer, Spectrum Analyzer, Signal Generator, Watt Meter, Oscilloscope, Multi-meter

    ·      Requisitions, accounts for, and turns in supplies and material. Interprets inspection findings and determines adequacy of corrective action. Reviews and ensures compliance with maintenance management publications and procedures.

    ·      Responsible for communication equipment using wireless line-of-sight, beyond line-of-sight, wideband, ground-based satellite and encryption transmission devices

    ·      Experience with HF and UHF radios, Military Tri-band Satellite communications, Promina Systems, LMR, radio antennas.

     


     

    Piedmont Airlines/ US Airways,                        Philadelphia, PA

    Fleet Services Ground Personnel                              July 2008 - August 2011

    ·      Loaded and un-loaded passenger and cargo at a major international airport which served as US Airways main hub

    ·      Maintained safety protocol while working with multi-million dollar aircraft

    ·      Guided and towed aircraft to proper safety areas ensuring safety procedures

    ·      Worked in a fast pace environment during periods of inclimate weather while upholding the highest level of customer service.

    ·      Experience operating in customer service with high customer traffic during times of inclement weather.

     

     

    Education:

     

                    TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, Philadelphia, PA

                 Bachelor of Arts, Graduation: May 2010

                 Major: Political Science

     

    TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, Philadelphia, PA

                 Mechanical Engineering:  3 years, 94 credit hours

                 - Thermodynamics, Machine Theory and Design, Mechanics of Solids

     

    COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF THE AIRFORCE, Biloxi, MS

                 Electronic Systems Technology

                 - Antenna Theory, Information Technology, Satellite Communication

     

     

    Accomplishments:

     

    Recognition for Outstanding Safety, January 2010

    Employee of the Month, April 2007

     

    Activities:

     

    Student pilot, Braden Airfield, Easton, PA

    Certified Diver, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

    Athlete Sponsor Special Olympics April 2011

    Building for Life 2004

     

    Skills:    Auto-Cad, Microsoft Word, Excel, International Material Data System (IMDS),    Forklift Certified

     

    Languages:   English                 Passport:  Yes                        Citizen:  USA


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