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     Date Submitted:27-01-2014
     Last Modified:31-01-2014 (03:45)
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     Current job:Field Service Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:,
     KeywordsAnalog Circuitry, Automatic Test Equipment ATE, Cabling, Computer Hardware Installation/Maintenance, Computerized Telephony Integration CTI, Configuration Management, Digital Circuitry, Digital Signals, Electrical Installation, Electrical Repair, Electron
    CV

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
    Field Service Engineer (2012 - 2013)
    Envsitacom, Kandahar, Afghanistan
    * Oversaw multiple satellite assemblages and miles of network cable supporting over 60 workstations and network peripherals.
    * Improved assemblage inventory by introducing aggressive inspection schedules, resulting in 100% item accountability.
    * Managed over 150 remote TDMA and 18 FDMA assemblages and was responsible for all the Tactical communications for Southern Afghanistan with 99% reliability.
    * Consolidated system and network statistics and reports and submitted them to network control/management headquarters.

    Satellite Communications Technician (2010 - 2011)
    ITT Systems, Baghdad, Iraq
    * Fully accountable for multiple satellite and networking systems valued at over $1.5 million.
    * Successfully maintained, troubleshot and repaired an array of hardware and software applications.
    * Performed and supervised quality control inspections and sent requests for logistic support.
    * Trained subordinate personnel in the operation and maintenance of satellite and associated equipment, setting company records for set-up time.
    * Consolidated system and network statistics and reports and submitted them to network control/management headquarters.
    Satellite Com Sys Operator-Maintainer (25S) (2004 - 2010)
    * Supervised and trained over 80 individuals in basic satellite theory and the installation, operation and maintenance of multiple satellite assemblages.
    * Saved thousands of dollars by establishing training classrooms and by implementing the “training the trainer” style of teaching.
    * Trained all subordinates and wrote over 100 pages of standard operating procedures for different systems.
    * Established Workload, work schedules and maintenance priorities

    OTHER EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION
    Job Availability Date: January 20, 2014
    Citizenship: United States Citizen
    Security Clearance: Active Secret

    SKILLS
    Analog Circuitry, Automatic Test Equipment ATE, Cabling, Computer Hardware Installation/Maintenance, Computerized Telephony Integration CTI, Configuration Management, Digital Circuitry, Digital Signals, Electrical Installation, Electrical Repair, Electronics Repair, Fiber Optics, JTRS (Joint Tactical Radio System), Management/Supervision, Mechanical Repair, Military Digital Communications, Military Experience, Network Administration, Networked Radio Systems, Peripherals Installation/Repair, Power Distribution Systems, Power Generation, Radio Communication, Radio Transmission Technology RTT, SATCOM, Satellite Systems, Signal Analysis, Systems Administration, Technical Support, Windows Operating System, Wireless Networks

    EDUCATION
    High School Diploma or GED (2000 - 2004)
    Fairfield Local Highschool, Leesburg, Ohio
    Management Courses:  
       * Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC, WLC).
       * Monthly Professional     Development classes on Effective Communication, Time Management and Employee Motivation & Supervision.
    Satellite Communication Coursework:
       * Satellite Communications Systems Operator-Maintainer Common Core 17 weeks (656-664 hours)
       * Phase 2 Satellite Communications Systems Operator/Maintainer course 7 weeks (340 hours)
       * Frequency Management course 2 weeks (80 Hours)
       * Multiple assemblage training 2-4 week courses.
       * Deployable KU/KA Earth Terminal 5 months.
    Computers Courses:
       * Microsoft Excel, Word and Power point 2003+,
       * Cisco VOIP
       * Call Manager and Call Manager Express.
    Networking courses:
       * Basic Networking, Advanced Networking,
       * Battalion Command Post Node, Joint Node Network, Single Shelter Switch.
       * Certified Data Cabling installer.
    Radio Communication:
       * HCLOS Line of site radio shelter.
       * Experienced in UHF/VHF communications.
       * Tropospheric Scatter radio.

    Awards
    Received award for outstanding professional skills, leadership and technical knowledge as a Battalion Command Post Node Team Chief at the 50th Signal Battalion, Fort Bragg, NC.
    Employer Comments:
    “For Exceptionally Meritorious Service while serving as a Command Post Node Team Chief for Charlie Company, 50th Signal Battalion. Corporal Oty's expertise and professionalism are in keeping with the finest traditions of military service.  His dedication to duty and outstanding performance reflect great credit upon himself, the 160th Signal Brigade and the United States Army.”
    **Citation that accompanied award for the Army Commendation Medal.
     


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