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6272 Rockwell Dr. NE, #0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000





  Personable, electronics troubleshooter seeking the Test Technician role at Rockwell Collins.


Summary of Qualifications


  Experience identifying and resolving problems with multiple types of electrical systems.

  Consistently exceeded performance objectives while serving in the United States Army.

  Earned a Purple Heart and numerous additional accolades for outstanding teamwork and leadership.

  Outstanding safety record and impeccable integrity and judgment to make the right decisions.

  Performed thorough inspections and tests of electrical systems to diagnose problems.

  Work history of taking the initiative to find solutions, independently as well as part of a team.

  Excellent listening, verbal communication and interpersonal skills to work well with clients and colleagues.


Work Experience


United States Army Feb. 2003-Present

Unit Supply Specialist, Army Reserves (Jan. 2015-Present)

  Perform preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons in a safe, timely and efficient manner.

  Demonstrate knowledge of computers to maintain an automated supply system to account for supplies.

  Receive, inspect, inventory, load/unload, store, issue and deliver supplies and equipment.

Power Generation Equipment Repairer (Jan. 2012-Jan. 2015)

  Displayed strong troubleshooting skills to identify and resolve problems with tactical utility, precise power-generation sets; internal combustion engines; and associated equipment.

  Followed best practices acquired during training and also referred to manuals to complete repairs.


Pump Mechanic/Entry Control Point Guard (Sept. 2011-Sept. 2012)

  Repaired pumps on as-needed basis by demonstrating strong skills diagnosis and resolving problems.

  Showcased strong attention to detail and organizational skills to maintain security logs.


CH-47 Helicopter Door Gunner (Sept. 2008-Sept. 2009)

  Safely loaded and unloaded personnel and equipment in a war zone and maintained sound judgment.

  Provided invaluable logistical support to surrounding military bases by providing needed supplies.




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6272 Rockwell Dr. NE, #0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


Work Experience (continued)


United States Army Feb. 2003-Present

Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (Sept. 2008-Feb. 2009)

  Inspected, maintained and repaired wheeled vehicles, as well as material handling equipment systems, subsystems and components, including replacing parts as needed.

  Diagnosed problems with automotive electrical systems, including wiring harness, as well as starting and charging systems.


Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer (Feb. 2005-Sept. 2008)

  Troubleshooted internal combustion engine ignition, fuel, cooling and electrical systems.

  Identified and resolved problems with electrical/fuel heater systems, pumps, decontamination systems,
protective filter systems, reverse osmosis water purification systems, laundry washer/extractor systems and dryer/tumbler systems.


Infantryman (July 2006-Nov. 2007)

  Safely used, maintained and stored combat weapons such as rifles, machine guns and anti-tank mines.

  Collaborated on a Gun Truck Fire Team during drills and combat to prepare for defeating the enemy.


Bradley Fighting Systems Maintainer (Apr. 2004-Feb. 2005)

  Maintained gas particulate systems, vehicular mounted armament and associated fire control systems, including fire extinguisher and suppression systems.

  Diagnosed malfunctions with the Bradley fighting vehicle suspension and steering systems.


Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer, National Guard (Feb. 2003-Mar. 2004)

  Maintained chemical and special purpose equipment, quartermaster machinery and forced air-heaters.


Education and Training



  Certificate, Ordnance Center and School; learned how to repair small engines and pumps, as well as laundry/bath; water purification; steam cleaning; textile; chemical; and burner equipment.

  Introduction to Automotive Technology, Central Texas College; learned how to use industry equipment and tools, including vehicle subsystems and fasteners.

  Theory of Automotive Engines, Central Texas College; learned how to diagnose problems with lubrication
and cooling systems, as well engine components, measurements, inspections and repair methods.

  Warrior Leaders Course, Non-Commissioned Officer Academy; learned key leadership, training and administrative skills.

  Bachelor of Science (BS), Computer Engineering Technology, Grantham University; currently pursuing.


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