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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:14-12-2015
     Last Modified:17-12-2015 (09:52)
    Job information
     Current job:Photonics Thermal Imaging/IR Technician
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:US only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:
     KeywordsPhotonics, Thermal Imaging, Infrared, Electronics Assembly and Testing, Crygenic Cooler Integration, Focal Plane Array Assembly
    CV

    Objective:
    To secure a permanent position and pursue my new career path in the Aerospace or Photonics/IR/Thermal Imaging Industry. I believe the skills I have acquired the past 28 years in a light manufacturing environment will be a tremendous asset to my employer

    Career profile:
    A professional offering a diversified background in a light manufacturing environment. Extensive hands-on experience in the design, manufacturing and assembly/testing of various metal, wax, composite, ceramic, optical and electronic components
    Qualifications:
    1) Comprehensive understanding of manufacturing processes in a small group environment
    2) Highly skilled in the assembly and testing of components
    3) Extraordinary work ethic
    4) Clean Room (100,000 Class) experience, Coldplate Substrate assembly and testing using type 575 transistor curve tracer, tack welding of assemblies prior to E-beam weld, focal plane integration/orientation on substrates, limited gold wire ball-bonding, focal plane alignment on Dewar assembly using measure scope, cold-shield assembly, cold-shield integration to Dewar assemblies, liquid nitrogen image testing of Dewar assemblies, temperature diode integration and testing, Cryogenic Cooler integration to completed Dewar assemblies, Parallel Gap Welding, data aquisition for purge/fill and heat load cycles after Cryogenic Cooler integrations, Helium leak testing, very skilled using pneumatic high speed air turbines, indium, tin/lead and gold soldering, oxy-acetylene brazing, precious and non-precious alloy melting, shaping-designing, high temperature furnace/centrifugal metal casting
    5) Highly organized, able to spot and correct errors/problems in the workflow

    Professional experience:
    1) Highly skilled regarding the design and fabrication of fine precision metal component parts (Dental Laboratory)
    2) Previously held Senior Laboratory Technician position (Dental Laboratory) and was directly involved in the manufacturing process of components
    3) Troubleshooting and problem solving skills
    4) Meeting rigid production time schedules
    5) Screen, hire and train personnel
    Manufacturing standards and QC:
    1) Understand and able to follow detailed job travelers issued for each phase of production
    2) During my time in the dental industry, I personally designed all implant and crown & bridge restorations which is the most difficult aspect of dental laboratory processes
    3) Previously supervised daily manufacturing operations at the dental lab
    4) Verify that completed units meet stringent quality standards both at my current place of employment and my previous employer
    Customer/Client relations:
    1) Handled direct communication with clients ensuring their satisfaction regarding extremely demanding quality requirements in the dental industry
    2) Continual PR with existing clients and sustained client base in the dental industry
    3) Contracts at my current place of employment that I have hands on experience building and testing products include, but not limited to: NASA, Lockheed Martin, Ball Aerospace, Cloud Cap Technology, Rebellion Photonics, MKS Instruments and many others

    Skills / Hobbies:
    1) 2-stroke engine building and performance modification for ATV's & Snowmobile's
    2) Basic computer hardware and software operation with troubleshooting, Microsoft based
    3) Custom building my own computer systems, configuring routers and initial set-up with operating systems, etc
    4) Firewood processing, weight training
    5) Automotive diagnosis and repair. Also, an excellent understanding of solving ECU trouble code issues
    6) NOT AFRAID TO THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX AND TRY SOMETHING UNCONVENTIONAL TO SOLVE A PROBLEM

    Education:
    1) High School diploma from Sauquoit Valley High School 1985
    2) Some College @ MVCC. Associates Liberal Arts & Science 1992. Not completed due to employment demands, 3.25 GPA

    Certifications:
    1) Cryogenic Cooler/Dewar Integration from both Thales Cryogenics (France) and Ricor (Israel) 2015
    2) NYS Firefighter Certification 2009
    3) NYS EMT Certification 2010

    Work history:
    1) Infrared/Thermal Imaging Assembly and Test Technician at IR Cameras a division of SBIR (Santa Barbara Infrared) and HEICO 2014-Present
    2) Laboratory Supervisor at Dentec Dental Laboratory in Yorkville, NY 1990-2014
    3) Dental Technician at Bon-Dent Dental Laboratory Utica, NY 1987-1990

    References:
    Michael Hajdasz Previous Dental Laboratory Owner where I was previously employed
    Matt Kimak Current Part Owner of IR Cameras where I am currently employed
    Bill Colbert Design Engineer where I am currently employed


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