As an expert in the field of precision test, measurement, and diagnostic instrumentation, I offer 17 years of total experience to your team. My strongest metrological/calibration aptitudes and proficiencies are decidedly in the area of electronics, but I am a well-rounded professional and have exceptional skills and abilities in the physical-dimensional measurement areas as well. During times when I have not been in the employ of a project or team, I have consistently pursued the acquisition of education, knowledge, and understanding in my field.
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1.) Technician II, Type IIB Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory
Yulista Management Services 10/2005 - 2/2009
Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska USA
Hours per week: 40-44
-Directly responsible for maintaining the primary base-level USAF Type IIB Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory artifacts of Electricity (Ohm's Law): The Ohm, the Volt, and the Ampere (derived from precise resistance and stimulus).
-10 percent contributor to practical "over the shoulder" portion of laboratory Measurement Capability Assessment by the United States Air Force Metrology and Calibration Program resulting in an overall rating of excellent, ensuring an additional 2 years of unrestricted certified measurement(s) traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
-Typical instrumentation worked on included but was not limited to GPS based frequency and precise time measurement systems, current shunts, fixed and variable radio frequency and microwave attenuators, microwave measurement systems, torque wrenches, torque limiters, physician scales, load cell measurement systems, CDI torque measurement standards, audio and microwave frequency counters, leveled sine wave generators, digital and analog oscilloscopes, scalar network analyzers, thermocouple calibration systems, triple point references, test oscillators, bit error analyzers, Kelvin ratio bridges, resistance transfer standards, emergency radio test sets, power meters, peak power meters, phase noise measurement systems, function generators, synthesized signal generators, electrostatic discharge verification instrumentation, optical and analog time domain reflectometers, humidity calibration systems, precision time bases, single and multi channel wide band amplifiers, pressure gauges with multiple pressure mediums, psychrometers, thermo hygrographs, ph meters, analog and digital multi meters, clamp on ammeters, resistance meters, differential voltmeters, and accuracies of precision test fixtures and test jigs.
-Alternate laboratory Electrostatic Discharge compliance monitor.
-Ultimate, make-or-break test of acquired process accuracy experience, versus extremely stringent production standards to meet contract requirement that Dept. of Defense owning work center receive fully certified instrumentation back into their possession within seven 7 calendar days. This astonishing contract requirement is an unprecedented technical challenge for any technician, most especially during a time of war when an increasing number of the instruments returning from the battle zone are damaged and/or malfunctioning electronically amid accelerating tempo of operations.
-Used a variety of methods to isolate component-level failures to include Huntron response curve tracer(s), voltage-junction measurements, direct substitution of either component(s) or circuit sub-assemblies, half-split signal tracing, experience-based hypothesis about likely failing actor within an isolated group of suspected faulty components, and age-based hypothesis pertaining to components and their oft-observed tendency to fail after a common period of time.
2.) Senior Type IIB Metrology Technician
Arctec Services 9/2003 - 3/2005
Thule Air Base, Greenland
Hours per week: 77
-Solid State Phased Array Radar System (SSPARS) Measurement Laboratory Metrologist.
-Typical instrumentation worked on included but was not limited to anemometers, hygrometers, standard-level PRT and working-level thermometers, pressure gauges with multiple pressure mediums, auto and manual psychrometers, thermo hygrographs, ph meters, analog and digital multimeters, clamp on ammeters, resistance meters, differential voltmeters, GPS based frequency and precise time measurement systems, fixed and variable radio frequency and microwave attenuators, microwave measurement systems, torque wrenches, torque limiters, physician scales, load cell measurement systems, CDI torque measurement standards, audio and microwave frequency counters, leveled sine wave generators, digital and analog oscilloscopes, scalar network analyzers, thermocouple calibration systems, triple point references, test oscillators, bit error analyzers, Kelvin ratio bridges, resistance transfer standards, emergency radio test sets, power meters, peak power meters, phase noise measurement systems, function generators, synthesized signal generators, electrostatic discharge verification instrumentation, optical and analog time domain reflectometers, humidity calibration systems, precision time bases, single and multi channel wideband amplifiers, and accuracies of precision test fixtures and test jigs.
-Fully certified and knowledgeable in all measurement areas including calibration, repair, alignment, and certification of instruments from the following areas: voltage & current (K1), impedance (K2), frequency & time (K3), RF microwave and power measurements (K4), temperature and humidity (K5), physical-dimensional (K6), and capacitance and resistance (K8).
-Acquiring extremely valuable experience with unusually challenging measurement problems, and
advanced troubleshooting techniques with emphasis on efficiency.
-Unprecedented Standards of laboratory product quality, combined with rigorous adherence to USAF PMEL directives enhancing personal knowledge base to previously unseen level. Training with senior personnel whom together constitute over 70 years combined experience.
-One of three Product Quality Assurance Evaluators for laboratory product quality.
3.) F-15 ESS Senior Field Support Metrology Technician
Al-Salam Aircraft Company 3/2003 - 9/2003
Khamis Mushayt, KKAB, RSAF, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Hours per week: 40
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-Advanced K3/K4 (Waveform Analysis, RF and Microwave) bench technician responsible for onsite technical training, and United States Air Force Technical Order 00-20-14 compliance and training of 10-15 Royal Saudi Air Force technicians.
-Restored King Khalid Air Base, Royal Saudi Air Force Type-IV Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory environmental data-tracking accuracy traceability by initiating housekeeping principles and certifying/making operational Thermo-Hygro graphing instrumentation.
-F-15 Avionics Test Station Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory support technician for all traceable measurements on Manuals, Automatics, Antennas, and Electronic Countermeasures Test Station precision instruments.
-Provided technical expertise and inputs to other contracted ex-patriot professionals for fault isolation and solutions in their respective areas of expertise to include the United States Air Force's Low Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared at Night (LANTIRN) system.
-Relied upon to formulate new calibration procedures and work-around methods for complex measurement problems by utilizing collaborative ideas, personal expertise, and publicly/commercially available technical data resources (i.e. Guidep, Manufacturers' Service Manuals).
4.) TMDE Craftswoman, Electronic Warfare Systems Support
USAF 1/2001 - 4/2002
Misawa Air Base, Aomori, Japan
Hours per week: 54-60
-Sole Program Manager for PMEL Portable Automated Test Equipment Console (PATEC) program on site for Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) Unit. Individually responsible for uninterrupted operation and timely calibration of 3 complex AN/ALM-233 RF test stations used for
installation ECM mission. Provided OJT to ECM technicians for new USER CALIBRATION requirements of precision instrumentation on ECM/Electronic Warfare (EW) test stations and automated test equipment (ATE).
-Maintained, tested, troubleshot, and assisted in the periodic upgrade of 50 AN/ALQ-184 Electronic Countermeasures jamming pods.
-Periodically led shift team of eight junior technicians; balanced testing production with mission deadlines.
-Gained valuable knowledge of RADAR-related electronics systems/principles to include but not limited to: black body sources, infrared (IR) principles, signal polarization, traveling-wave tubes, pulse repetition time (PRT), early warning RADAR fundamentals, signal masking and shifting, and numerous other compartmentally sensitive signal techniques.
-Conducted in-depth training sessions and performance reports on junior personnel.
-Regularly used a wide variety of common hand and power tools used in aircraft maintenance professions such as but not limited to safety wire pliers, lineman’s pliers, hammers, torque wrenches and torque devices, torque limiting devices, torque screwdrivers, insulated alignment tools, heat guns, soldering irons, ionizing workstation blowers, anti-static/static dissipative wrist and ankle straps, mallets, tap and die sets, manual and powered drills, screwdrivers, awls, punches, Swiss files, grinders, knives, adjustable wrenches, timing strobes, tape measures, brandishing/burnishing tools, sandpaper, ratchets, sockets, vises, wire wrappers, and numerous other items as outlines in pertinent Air Force Instructions (AFI) and General shop practices series technical orders (i.e. 00-234 series).
5.) Test Measurements and Diagnostic Equipment Journeywoman Type IIB/Type IV PMEL
USAF 10/1999 - 1/2001
Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico USA
Hours per week: 40
-Sole PMEL support Technician of tenant Singaporean F-16 Fighter Squadron.
6.) Electronic Measurement Equipment Mechanic, 2604 Series, Type IIB K3/K4 PMEL Technician (Waveform Analysis, RF, Microwave Measurements).
United States Government, USAF 5/1999 - 8/1999
Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii USA
Grade Level: WG-1, 2604 Series
Hours per week: 40
7.) Test Measurements and Diagnostic Equipment Journeywoman
USAF 3/1996 - 4/1999
Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan
Hours per week: 48
-Executed repair/calibration action on F-15 Fighter-Bomber ESS essential precision measurement instruments that included all principal Integrated Avionics Test Station items, Jet Engine Trim Sets, multiple microwave & RF items, oscilloscopes and calibration packages, torque/pressure devices, synthesized signal generators, distortion measuring instruments, test oscillators, vacuum systems, photometric/optical bench for HUD units, Frequency Spectrum Analysis, Control Boost Stick Pitch Set, Weapons Pylon “Beer Can” detectors, digital/analog metering, power meters/sensors, Transfer Function Analyzer, Angle Position, glide-slope, connection break out boxes, psychrometers, thermo hygrographs, 100-500 series radar simulating group, radar warning receivers, Identification Friend or Foe, and multiple items within the Electrical Standards Set.
-Effectively isolated complex multi-layered system malfunctions in a timely manner.
-Consistently earned highest performance marks punctuated with Achievement Decoration for Meritorious Technical Service.
8.) Test Measurements and Diagnostic Equipment Apprentice
USAF 3/1995 - 3/1996
Hill Air Force Base, Utah USA
Hours per week: 40
-Executed repair/calibration action on F-16 ESS essential precision measurement instruments that included all principal Integrated Avionics Test Station items, Jet Engine Trim Sets, multiple microwave & Radio Frequency items, oscilloscopes and calibration packages, torque/pressure devices and gauges and standard gauge calibration configuration, synthesized signal generators, distortion measuring instruments, test oscillators, vacuum systems and pneumatic pressure controllers for extremely low vacuum pressure devices and gauges, photometric/optical bench for Heads-up Display (HUD) units, Frequency Spectrum Analysis, Control Boost Stick Pitch Set, Weapons Pylon “Beer Can” detectors for F-16 C, D, and E models, digital/analog metering, power meters/sensors, Transfer Function Analyzers, Angle Position Indicators, glide-slope measurement for approach radar, connection break out boxes, sling and digital motorized psychrometers, thermo-hygrographs, 100-500 series radar simulating group, radar warning receivers, Identification Friend or Foe, and multiple items within the associated F-16 Electrical Standards Set.
-Learned effective troubleshooting methods, isolated complex circuit faults and advanced difficulty-level system faults.
-Consistently earned highest performance marks.
University of Alaska
Anchorage, Alaska US
Some College Coursework Completed - 12/2010
8 Semester Hours
Major: Engineering Technology/Languages
GPA: 4.0 out of 4.0
Relevant Coursework, Licensures and Certifications:
In-lab Integrated Science (5 S.H.) included extensive laboratory exercises involving experimentation with concepts related to Physics (Energy, Motion, Fundamental Forces), Chemistry, Advanced Mathematics, Nuclear Physics, Dark Matter calculation, General and Special theories of Relativity, Specific Heat of materials, Light, Organic Chemistry, Astronomy (Planetary, Solar, Galactic, Universe).
Community College Of The Air Force
Maxwell-Gunter AFB, Alabama US
Associate Degree - 8/1998
84 Semester Hours
Major: Electronic Systems Technology
GPA: 4.0 out of 4.0
Relevant Degree, Coursework, Licensures and/or Certifications:
-A.A.S. Associate's Degree of Applied Science, Electronic Systems Technology
-Technical Math and Electronic Formulation
-Advanced Soldering Techniques (NASA Standard).
-Solid State Electronics Principles.
-Instrument Calibration and Alignment training.
-Electric Motor Theory
-Complex Troubleshooting and Fault Isolation.
-USAF Precision Instruments and Metrology Calibration course-1344 hours, 94 % avg. Present Level-Craftswoman
-USAF Electronic Warfare Systems Apprentice course-510 hours, 95 % avg. Present Level-Journeywoman
-Fluid Analysis Spectrometry/Non-Destructive Testing, Spectrol-M maintenance course-approximately 80 Hours, 90 % Avg.
University of Maryland
Yokota Air Base, Tokyo, Japan US
Some College Coursework Completed
80-100 Semester Hours, on-going student
GPA: 3.98 out of 4.0
-ALPHA SIGMA LAMBDA, National Honor Society Honor Roll Member, Requires at least an aggregate GPA of 3.5, and ranking within the top 10% of class.
-SETI @ home distributed computing member of Team USA, and one other Team.
-Ability to use and manipulate all Microsoft Office Suite applications, including advanced use of Excel spreadsheets and mathematical formulation for long-term data tracking or monitoring production process areas prone to human error.
-Unix/Linux proficiency growing, and steadily learning through attrition.
-Basic principles of Wireless network infrastructure and WLAN router set-up for 801.11b/g protocols.
-Advanced PC and power workstation repair proficiency and maintenance competent.
-Typing Speed is at least 80 words per minute peak, 60 words per minute continuous.
-Two-Time Top Performer (Kadena Air Base Type IV Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory).
-Technician of the Quarter (Kadena Air Base Type IV Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory).
-Two time Honor Roll member UMUC, University of Maryland,Requires 15 consecutive Semester Hours of 4.0 GPA.
-4 Years Sectional Supervisory Experience in Electronic Measurement Equipment Calibration Laboratory Environment.
-2 Years supervisory experience other, non-skilled.
-1.5 Years Product Quality Evaluator Experience.
-Fully proficient in various forms of database management, including accurate maintenance of Master I.D. records for customer equipment/instrumentation items. This includes any items that use common federal data collection systems to include PAMS(PMEL Automated Maintenance System Fastport & HTML), ATOMS (Automated Technical Order Maintenance System), CAMS (Central Automated Maintenance System), and numerous other proprietary data collection systems with similar features.
-High level of proficiency using automated calibration protocols such as “Surecal”, and feel confident I could “pick up” any automated system not previously attempted (if used).
-Possessed U.S. Secret Clearance, present status unknown.
-U.S.passport and citizenship.
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