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     Date Submitted:18-07-2011
     Last Modified:18-07-2011 (03:23)
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     Current job:Test Engineer 2
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsBase-band RF module test, Spacecraft System level integration and test, Spacecraft antenna subsystem test, MMIC subassembly burn-in and test, MMIC Lot Acceptance Test, Unit/Slice test
    Active SSBI and DOD Clearances
    Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
    2007 – Present
    Test Engineer 2
    ● Conduct acceptance tests on antenna subsystems using acceptance test procedures
    ● Conduct special reflection tests on various antenna reflector samples per engineering directions
    2005 – 2007
    Electronic Research Assistant (U-Level Electronic Technician)
    ● Integrated and Tested Satellite Electronic Subsystems/Systems using software, general purpose electronic test equipment, and specialized test sets
    ● Ran acceptance tests on specialized tests sets using acceptance test procedures
    Volt Technical Services (Northrop Grumman Space Technology)
    2005 – 2005
    Electronic Technician
    ● Built Specialized bench top electronics for EMI testing
    ● Ran EMI tests per engineering directions
    Boeing Integrated Defense Systems (Satellite Systems) / Hughes Space and Communications Company
    1995 – 2004
    RF Technician
    • Inspected individual parts used in Open Chip MMIC subassemblies
    • Conducted Flight Accelerated Lifetest, and Lot Acceptance tests of Open Chip MMIC devices
    • Tuned, tested, and troubleshot RF/Microwave devices such as:
    -TMM-10 Modules -Discrete Component Amplifiers -Open Chip MMIC AGC Modules
    -Combiner/Coupler -Ka-Band to V-Band Upconverter Unit
    • Designed and built prototype 2-sided Printed Circuit Boards
    • Assembled Specialized Test Equipment for Laser and RF device lifetesting
    • Provided Failure Modes and Effects Criticality Analysis for program Critical Design Reviews
    • Experienced in using the following test equipment:
    Vector Network Analyzer, Scalar Network Analyzer, Spectrum Analyzer,
    Bench top Thermal Chamber, Oscilloscope, Semiconductor Analyzer, Digital Multimeter, Performance Network Analyzer, RF Signal Generator, ThetaDelta Saturn Environmental System
    DeVry Institute of Technology Faculty Assistant
    United States Naval Service
    Electronic Warfare Technician
    • Supervised 6 man team in troubleshooting and repairing Electronic Warfare Equipment
    • Supervised overhaul of Electronic Warfare Equipment with civilian shipyard technicians
    • Installed new shipboard Electronic Warfare Equipment
    • Trained new Electronic Warfare crewmen, and crewmen cross training from other disciplines
    Skills • Computer skills include Protel 99SE, Board Master, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Product Data Management System (PDM), CAPE, AssetSmart
    • Assembly skills include Parallel Gapwelding, Soldering, Aluminum Wirebonding, and Bonding
    •Departmental Letter of Commendation for work on AEHF
    •IPT Letter of Commendation for work on AEHF
    •Superior Team Award (Spaceway Specialized Test Equipment)
    •Commanding Officer’s Commendation for Maintenance Excellence (USS Arkansas)

    Education DeVry Institute of Technology (Degree not Obtained)
    Long Beach, CA 1993-1995
    Naval Electronic Warfare School (Basic Digital Theory/Electronic Warfare Equipment Training)
    Pensacola, FL 1984

    Naval Electronic Warfare School (Advanced Electronics/Electronic Warfare Equipment Training)
    Pensacola, FL 1981-1982

    Basic Electricity and Electronics
    Orlando, FL 1980-1981

    Los Angeles Harbor College
    Wilmington, CA 1979

    Personal Head of a volunteer group at Newport Specialty Hospital’s Children’s Ward in Tustin, CA, play guitar, enjoy reading history books, Shakespeare plays, and Sherlock Holmes books.
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