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Driven, focused, and expert-level Manager and Supervisor with extensive experience as a Field Service Engineer, Instrument Technician and Electronics Technician. Demonstrated more than 35 years of progressive expertise in the overall repair and maintenance of sophisticated instruments. Highly skilled in computer repair and software and hardware installations. Earned numerous letters and commendations over the course of career from clients for quality and timeliness of repairs to their instruments. Currently a Research Operations and Lab Manager with University of North Carolina for over a decade; eager to continue a successful career as a performance-driven leader and integral staff member.


Key Areas of Expertise


Brooks Gas Mass Flow Meters | Hewlett Packard/Agilent Gas Chromatography (GC) | GC/Mass Spectrometry (MS)

Analytical & Business Skill Centers | Schematics | Engineering Drawings | Test Equipment | Technical Manuals | Publications

Facility Planning & Maintenance | Inventory Control | Purchasing | Laboratory Equipment Maintenance | Environmental Risk Mitigation

Fiscal & Administrative Services | Quality Control | Strategic Planning | Schedule Development | Staff Assignments | Budgeting

Human Resources Management | Cross-Functional Teamwork | Time Management | Supervision | Training & Development



Professional Experience


University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Research Operations/Lab Manager II / Electronic Technician (2004-Present)

         Drive all operations that are vital to operate one or more research and instructional work settings e.g. laboratories, shops, clinics, field environments and/or classrooms

         Call on scientific expertise to direct daily operations within unit of responsibility; remain current with applicable field changes

         Support research/instructional laboratory and shop operations by managing functions for the CARC Machine Shop

         Fabricate specialized equipment to satisfy specific research and instructional needs

         Liaise with research personnel to suggest processes used to develop experimental research equipment; aid in the preparation of related plans and specifications

         Maintain files that contain operating booklets, manuals, device data sheets and service procedure listings

         Label equipment and materials according to ownership and proper location

         Establish and maintain up to date lists that include the ownership, location, university identification numbers, and serial numbers of all equipment as appropriate

         Remove obsolete equipment from inventories and dispose of items in accordance with University regulations; update inventory content within the COE database

         Established and currently maintain an electrical shop for soldering, printed circuit board layout, fabrication, population and testing equipment; also oversee a mechanical shop including a bench-top drill press, grinder, vice and hand tools

         Set up all equipment prior to scheduled lab meetings; disassemble and store back to original location after use

         Set forth requests for faculty experimentation and teaching assistant training

         Check in and out various components and equipment to students and instructors

         Provide audiovisual support for meetings, conference calls and seminars as needed; also deliver computer assistance including managing the ET department

         Maintain all faculty-used electronic equipment in the Electrical Engineering department in instructional laboratory setting; includes the use of a series of components and other items to employ complex circuits, microcontrollers and test equipment

         Lead preventive maintenance, modification, and calibration for all electronic equipment; deliver related comprehensive instruction, training and supervision for both faculty and student audiences


Dow Chemical Union Carbide Corporation

Senior Instrument/Electronic Technician (1992-2004)

         Repaired Brooks Mass Flow Meters while working in the calibration and repair shop

         Facilitated repairs for electronic equipment, emergencies, as well as daily maintenance of Nuclear Magnetic resonance machines including Varian FT-80, GN-300, QE-300, NT-200, CMX-360 and CMXI-500

         Troubleshot, repaired and maintained Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometers, Infrared Spectrophotometers, Mass Spectrometers, Surface Science Instruments, ICP, Microscopy, IR instruments and other items

         Fixed Windows computers; installed hard drives, completed memory upgrades, worked on printers and installed software

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Senior Instrument/Electronic Technician (Continued)

         Resolved PC-interfacing problems specific to third-party hardware/software issues in the NMR Skill Center

         Worked extensively in the Electron Microscopy Skill Center to drive communication between devices, data archiving and printing


R&E Electronics

Electronic Technician (1991-1994)

         Owned and operated the Electronic Shop

         Effectively repaired customer equipment including computers, video devices, and TVs

         Also installed and repaired home satellite systems

         Authorized the Factory Service Center for GE, RCA and Zenith consumer electronics


BPB Wireline Services

Field Electronic Technician and Servicing Supervisor (1990-1991)

         Repaired electronic equipment including well-logging tools and computers

         Taped drives, power supplies, A&D converters, digital interface panels and controls

         Leveraged tools including Compensated Density, Neutron, Long/Short Spaced Sonic, Micro Logs, Temperature and Gamma Ray


Additional Experience


Field Electronic Technician, Electra Log, Inc., 1988-1990

Field Electronic Engineer, Wells Services, Inc., 1984-1988

Field Service Technician/ Field Supervisor, G.E.O. Seismic Services, 1980-1984

Field Service Engineer, Texas Instruments, 1977-1980

Was also an Electronic Equipment Repairman E-5, United States Marine Corps (Honorable Discharge)


Education & Credentials


Courses, Electronics Engineering Technology, West Virginia State University

Courses, Grayson County College

Training Completion, Factory Field Service Repair School

Certified Delegate, Authorized Hazardous Work Permit

Level III Certified, Electrical Hot Work

Certified, Lock-Out Tag-Out (LOTO)


Completed Courses


Digital and Industrial Electronics | Direct Current | Alternating Current

Analog Circuits I and II | Electronic Applications | Rotating Electrical Machinery


Honors & Accolades


Union Carbide EQ Supplier Award | Engineering Director s Awards (3) | Certificate of Appreciation



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