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     Date Submitted:17-06-2011
     Last Modified:18-06-2011 (08:32)
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     Current job:Electronics Technician IV
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within a month
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     KeywordsMaintained hardware to support Data Lab systems; Extensively familiar with MODCOMP, NEFF, Dec Alpha, DOS, GPDAS, MCDAS, PCGOAL and Pacific Instruments Data Systems; Achieved Green Belt Certification in Six Sigma; Honorably Discharged from United States Ai
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    SUMMARY:               

    My career includes a total of eighteen years experience in the Test Area at Marshall Space Flight Center. Including experience in operations and extensive hardware maintenance.  My early experience was  in High Speed Data Transfer and MODCOMP operations support, with concentration in hardware maintenance and Depot Lab board repair. I have more than twenty two years of Electronics experience including four years with  the United States Air Force

     

    I have been assigned to the Metts Contract, East Test Area Propulsion Test Division. This assignment has included operations support and hardware maintenance support for all test stands and data systems along with board level repair for Neff data systems in the Depot Lab facility. I have extensive experience with MODCOMP, NEFF and  Dec Alpha Server data systems; and also have an Associate’s Degree in Electronics. I have a Green Belt Certification in Six Sigma

     

    HARDWARE:   PC, Perkin Elmer High Speed Data System, MODCOMP, NEFF, DEC ALPHA and wireless palms for test environment. Pacific Instruments Data Systems

     

    SOFTWARE:  DOS ,GPDAS, MCDAS operating system, PCGOAL, WIN95,98,2000,Professional, NT, XP

    DISTRIBUTOR, EXCEL and WORD utilities.

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

    Electronics Technician 1V

    All companies have won contracts for Test Area Support to which I have been assigned my entire Marshall Space Flight Center Career supporting NASA.

     

    INFOPRO (Sept 2010 to Present)

    Hardware maintenance support for Test Area and board level repair to support Neff Data Systems in the Depot Lab.

     

    SMITH RESEARCH CORP (Nov 2009 to Aug 2010)

    Hardware maintenance support for Test Area and board level repair to support Neff Data Systems in the Depot Lab.

     

    HONEYWELL (March 2004 to Nov 2009)

    Hardware maintenance support for Test Area and board level repair to support Neff Data Systems in the Depot Lab.

     

    DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC.

    Senior Operator, Hardware Maintenance (November 1998 to March 2004).

    Hardware maintenance support for Test Area computer hardware including MODCOMP Classic, MCDAS, DecAlpha, Neff front end systems, mainframes and data PC’s. This support includes preventive maintenance. Provide backup support for operations including DSU operations support, processing and supplying data to NASA servers and archival of data to required systems.

     

    BOEING COMPUTER SUPPORT SERVICES/COMPUTER SCIENCES CORPORATION

    Field Engineer (April 1990 to March 1995)

    Responsible for hardware maintenance and operations for west test area. Maintenance of PC’s, peripherals and controllers, installation, relocations and RFS request. Analog operations and patching..

     

    UNITED STATES AIR FORCE

    Aerospace Ground Equipment Repair (April 1976 to April 1980)

    Responsible for hydraulics, pneumatics, generators, heating systems, and electronics repair. Honorable Discharge. Rank of Sgt. Secret Clearance.

     

    EDUCATION:

    DecAlpha Training, Houston Texas 2003

    Associate of Electronics, 1990

    DeshlerHigh School, 1975


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