Maintenence Management Professional

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  1. no one

    no one Guest

    nice resume! You MIGHT be able to get that bank job
    posted above.
    >-----Original Message-----
    >Career Objective:
    >To obtain a challenging position in telecommunications

    maintenance or maintenance management.
    >Major Qualifications:
    >* Over nine years experience in electronics repair,

    administrative operations, and shop management.
    >* Highly motivated, results oriented supervisor with a

    track record of successful performance of increasing
    responsibility and difficulty.
    >* Department of Defense Secret Security Clearance.
    >Professional Experience:
    > Supervisory:
    >* Controlled capital assets totaling in excess of

    >* Planned, budgeted, and monitored quarterly accounts

    of up to $1,000,000 to affect preventive and corrective
    >* Prioritized, scheduled, and supervised the repair of

    over $10,000,000 of communication systems involving over
    20 electronic technicians on a daily basis.
    >* Responsible for coaching, development, and team

    building of over 100 service members, to include safety
    and quality inspections.
    >Employment History:
    > August 1994 - Present United States

    Marine Corps
    > March 2002 - Present Maintenance

    Management Supervisor
    >Responsible for the following: Planning for deployment

    of a maintenance unit; Supervision of electronic
    maintenance support programs and maintenance production;
    Preparation of budgets for maintenance and operational
    commitments; Brief commander on equipment readiness;
    Supervise the deployment of field maintenance activities;
    Supervise the training for communications maintenance and
    operational personnel
    > July 2000 - March 2002 Communication-

    Electronics Maintenance Supervisor
    >Assisted in the planning for deployment of field

    maintenance activities; managed maintenance production;
    supervised maintenance actions
    > March 1998 - July 2000 Radio/Multi-

    Channel Equipment Repair Supervisor
    >Analyzed maintenance information system data; Managed

    maintenance shop programs; Administered a quality control
    program; Deployed field maintenance activities;
    determined maintenance support requirements; Directed
    maintenance actions; Conducted training for personnel
    > October 1995 - March 1998 Radio/Multi-

    Channel Equipment Repairman
    >Performed corrective maintenance on radio/multi-channel

    systems; Diagnosed basic electronic circuits; Performed
    limited maintenance on cryptographic equipment; Performed
    corrective maintenance on single channel radios and
    tactical telephones; Performed corrective maintenance on
    computers and its peripherals; Performed corrective
    maintenance on tactical power supplies; Provided
    technical assistance during the installation of
    communications equipment
    >Management and Technical Training:
    > 2004 Electronics Technician Supervisors Course
    >Organization and administration; supervision and

    training; combat systems; casualty control and reporting;
    quality assurance; test equipment; and maintenance.
    > 2004 Microwave Principles
    >Introduction to microwave principles. waveguides,

    microwave components and circuits, tube principles and
    types, decibel measurement, solid state devices, and
    microwave antennas.
    >2000 Antenna Construction and Propagation of Radio Waves
    >Propagation of radio waves, construction of antennas,

    and characteristics of antennas
    > 2000 Electrician Course
    > AC and DC systems, principles of electric

    power, and basic circuit calculations
    > 1996 Solid State Devices
    > Identification, testing, troubleshooting,

    and repair of integrated circuits
    > 1996 Fundamentals of Leadership
    > Decision making, problem solving, and

    personnel welfare
    > 1996 Techniques of Instruction
    > Basic concepts of instruction and

    > 1996 Terrorism Counteraction
    >Description of terrorism, methods of targeting, nature

    of threat, prevention of acts, and survival as a hostage
    > 1995 Multi-Channel Equipment Repair Course
    > Multi-Channel installation, testing, and

    > 1995 Radio Fundamentals Course
    > RF transmitters, receivers, and antenna

    theory of operation
    > 1995 Basic Electronics Course
    > Electricity, digital and analog

    electronic circuitry
    >Skills and Strengths:
    >* Repair, installation, adjustment, modification, and

    testing of data systems, as well as radio, telephone, and
    antenna equipment, analog and digital electronics, and
    >* Microsoft Office Suite and Microsoft Internet Explorer
    >* Strong organizational skills; able to prioritize,

    delegate, and accomplish tasks and programs independently
    >* Excellent team builder and motivator
    >* Personable and articulate in written and verbal

    communications skills
    >* Project oriented; able to complete multiple tasks

    achieving outstanding results
    >* Creative and innovative problem solver
    >* Easily adaptable at learning new concepts and systems
    >* Effective manager of time and resources
    >* Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal
    >* Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (3)
    >* Certificate of Commendation (12)
    >* Letter of Appreciation (3)
    >Supervisor Evaluations and References:
    >* Available upon request
    no one, Apr 22, 2004
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