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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Country of Citizenship: United States

Position Title:

Vacancy Announcement:


Core Competencies


FAA, Project Management, Technical Engineering Support Provision, Customer Training, Semi-Conductor Manufacturing, Personnel Management and Training, Interface with DoD/Secret Service/Department of Homeland Security/Department of Transportation, Certified in Mitsubishi 2033A/9700, TDLS, RACD/RACD2, HVAC/Electrical/Plumbing/Fire Protection/Environment Control/Emergency Generator and Battery Backup Systems, Government Purchase Card Account Management, Fact Finding Inquiry Development, Government Contracting Representative for Construction, Coordination of Trade Team/Customer/Contracting Officer/Project and Resident Engineers, Certified Contracting Officers Representative (COR), Microsoft Word/Excel/PowerPoint, Corel Draw, AutoCAD


Professional Experience


March 2006 - Present


Andrews AFB. MD

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: William Hoop Phone: 240.312.4100 Ext. 24 May Contact: N/A

Airway Transportation Systems Specialist (ATSS), H Band

As ATSS Certified Professional effectively perform scheduled/unscheduled corrective maintenance for National Air Space (NAS) facilities including HVAC, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, environmental control and emergency generator/battery backup systems.


Consistently demonstrate capabilities in completing crucial, complex assignments and have developed expertise on existing/newly-developed NAS modernization systems utilized in large/multiple facilities and terminals. Skillful in protecting components/systems that provide NAS services, rapidly troubleshooting and identifying degradation causes and resolving technical problems/issues.


Serve as main technical-point-of-contact for NAS systems and consistently interface with high-level representatives of such outside organizations as DoD, Airport Management and contractors, among others. Work collaboratively with system users/planners/engineers/vendors on installation or improvement actions involving NAS automation systems and employ advanced subject matter expertise to develop recommendations concerning upgrading NAS systems efficiencies by modifying them or applying existing/emerging technology.

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Additionally manage the Government Purchase Account/Card, lead fact-finding actions, review multiple construction processes and develop well-reasoned recommendations concerning alterations to designs/construction activities.


Serve as Certified Contracting Officers Representative (COR)/Contractor s Office Technical Representative (COTR)/Technical Office Representative (TOR) and regularly consult with DoD, government contracting agencies and industry representatives regarding construction policies/practices/procedures. Coordinate activities between trades, customers, contracting officer and project/resident engineers concerning construction/alteration issues, and mitigate/remediate problems when possible to ensure avoidance of conflicts or delays during projects.


September 2001 March 2006


Andrews AFB. MD

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: $60,000 Annually

Supervisor: N/A Phone: 240.857.7167 May Contact: N/A

Program/Project Manager, E-7/Civ

Skillfully served as Construction Project Manager for the 113th Base Civil Engineer; was a Master Sergeant as well as a civilian contractor and held technical/administrative responsibilities for planning/coordinating/inspecting multiple construction projects for the 113th Wing. Diligently conducted array of fact-finding actions, developed/provided construction and repair estimates, assessed construction processes and offered multiple recommendations regarding changes to designs or construction. Regularly collaborated with representatives from the Air Force, government contracting agencies, construction industry/trades and the customer and contracting officer regarding construction policies/procedures/practices.


Provided construction services/maintenance/repair for the Air Sovereignty, Alert facility, 113th Wing aircraft ramp and adjacent facilities, and maintained daily documentation concerning project status, personnel actions, on-site equipment/materials, finished work and inspection results. Ensured that all completed work aligned with engineer-approved drawings and successfully maintained close working relationships with contractors during construction phases as well as any callbacks concerning warranty/non-warranty issues.


Additionally, as Vehicle Operations and Safety NCO, managed/trained equipment and vehicle operators/trainers regarding proper procedures for vehicle inspections/operations/maintenance as well as proper inspection methods/criteria for evaluating vehicle/drive compliance with inspection standard. Expertly surfaced potential operational deficiencies and established out-of-service criteria for vehicles as well as drivers; also investigated any vehicle-related incidents.


November 1996 September 2001

Lam Research Corp.

Manassas, VA

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: $70,000 Annually

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Field Service Engineer III

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For this organization, with headquarters in Fremont, California, was responsible for installing, testing, maintaining, repairing and evaluating field/factor modifications of Chemical Vapor Disposition (CVD), Metal Etch and Polymer Etch semiconductor manufacturing equipment. Responsibilities included performing daily checks/inspections of equipment, working closing with customers on daily basis, training customers regarding equipment operation/maintenance and providing customer(s) with daily/hourly equipment status reports. Systems included computers, electro-mechanical equipment, robotics, pneumatics, vacuum pumps/chambers and exceptionally high-temperature heating elements.


January 1994 November 1996


Hollywood, MD

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: $11.00/Hour

Supervisor: George Wallace Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Electronics Technician

In this assignment was tasked to transform hard copy manuals to soft copy utilizing MS Word/Excel, Corel Draw and AutoCAD software; skillfully repaired component level circuitry, tested/installed upgraded Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) equipment on U.S. Naval vessels and gained certification in military-spec soldering procedures.


November 1991 June 1993

Microframe, Inc.

Location: N/A

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Electronics Technician

Successfully met multiple duties and responsibilities for this manufacturer of computer security equipment while concurrently attending DeVry Technical Institute; was tasked with constructing circuit boards that required employing soldering/surface mount technology to affix all components.


Prior to attendance at DeVry, was employed in multiple construction trades assignments and worked for a trucking company; also worked for UPS organization in New Jersey while attending DeVry University.


Education/ Certification / Training


Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Bachelor of Science in Technical Management, Minor in Aviation Safety, Minor in Project Management, 2013

GPA: 3.10

Semester/Credit Hours: 138


College of Southern Maryland

General Education Courses

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DeVry Institute of Technology, Woodbridge, NJ

Diploma, Electronic Technician, 1993

GPA: 3.49


Community College of the Air Force

Construction Technology


Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA

General Education Courses


Contractor s Office Technical Representative Certificate


Additional Training:

Electrical Safety - Qualified Person, 2014

Leadership and Interpersonal Skills, 2014

Intro to Labor Management Relations: Conditions of Employment, 2014

Introduction to FAA Risk Management, 2014

Introduction to Cost Estimating, 2014

Appropriations Law Seminar, 2014

Acquisition Management System Lifecycle, 2014

Introduction to Systems Engineering at the FAA, 2014

Direct Current (DC) Bus Hardware Maintenance, 2014

COR/COTR Basic Training, 2014

Occupational Safety and Health, 2013

Protection from Occupational Noise, 2013

Stress and Trauma Management, 2013

FAA Core Comp Pay and Compensation, 2013

Employment Issues, 2013

Time and Attendance, 2013

Managing Leave, 2013

WorkLife Solutions, 2013

Issue Resolution, 2013

Conduct and Discipline: The Disciplinary Process, 2013

Conduct and Discipline: Conducting an Investigation, 2013

Conduct and Discipline: The Basics of Ethical Behavior, 2013

Intro to Project Management using Project 2010, 2013

Intro to Labor Management Relations: Types of Meetings, 2013

Intro to Labor Management Relations: LMR History, Roles and Laws, 2013

Equal Employment Opportunity: Sexual Harassment, 2013

EEO: Preventing Discrimination, 2013

EEO: Understanding Reasonable Accommodation, 2013

EEO: Anti-Discrimination Laws, 2013

Office of Workers Compensation Program, 2013

Financial Management Responsibilities, 2013

Accountability Board, 2013

Managing Performance in the FAA, 2013

The FAA Performance Management System, 2013

Managerial Workforce Planning, 2013

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In Pursuit of Leadership, 2013

Transitioning into Management, 2013

Program Management Using Earned Value Management - Basic Concepts, 2013

Configuration Management (CM) Awareness Course, 2013

Project Management I, 2013

Completing the Frontline Manager s Curriculum, 2013

Asbestos General Awareness, 2012

Proactive Safety Management, 2012

Permit-Required Confined Space Entry Entrant, 2011

Collateral Duty Course for Federal Agencies (OSHA 6000), 2009

OSHA Collateral Duty Course for Other Federal Agencies, 2009

ATO Employee General EOSH Awareness, 2009

DOL OSHA 6000, 2009

NAS Electrical Infrastructure Systems (NEIS), 2009

Spill Prevention Control and Counter Measures, 2008

Hazard Communication Awareness, 2008

Fire Safety, 2008

Lockout/Tagout Awareness, 2008

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), 2008

PPE: Don't Start Without It, 2007

PCS, UPS, Mitsubishi 2033A DDC and 9700 Series, 2008

EPA Technician Certification Program, 2008

Introduction to Safety Management Systems, 2007

AutoCAD Level II, 2005

Air Force Institute of Technology: Project Management Course, 2005

Air Force Technical Schools: Engineering Apprentice Course, 2004

Pacific Environmental Services: Hazardous Waste Managers, 2004

AutoDesk | AutoCAD Level I, 2004

Air National Guard GeoBase Fundamentals, (survey via GPS), 2004

Discovering the Secrets of Microsoft Access, 2003

Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Academy, via Computer Correspondence, 2003

Air Force Technical School: Environmental Control Apprentice, 2001

Command NCO Academy, via correspondence, 1996

Private Pilot Certificate, Single Engine, Land, 1996




Individual Leave Award

Group Cash Award

Organizational Success Increase (Multiple)

Superior Contribution Increase, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011

Senior Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year, 2002

113th CES Superior Performance Award, 2002

CE OPS Noble Eagle Alert Facilities Team, 2002


Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, 0 Devices

Meritorious Service Medal, 0 Devices

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Air Force Achievement Medal, 2 Devices

AF Outstanding Unit Award, 10 Devices

Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal, 5 Devices

National Defense Service Medal, 1 Device

Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon, 0 Devices

AF Longevity Service, 4 Devices

Armed Forces Reserve Medal, 2 Devices


Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon (Rifle/Pistol), 1 Device

AF Training Ribbon, 0 Devices



Commanding General s Outstanding Unit Award, 0 Devices

Faithful Service Medal, 0 Devices

Emergency Service Ribbon, 0 Devices

Community Service Ribbon, 0 Devices

Attendance Ribbon, 0 Devices




Member of Charles County Youth League (CCYL) Board of Directors

Equipment Manager for CCYL

Commissioner of 10U Baseball CCYL

Manager of 10U Baseball team CCYL

Southern Maryland Velocity Softball and Baseball assistant coach

Past Commander of Sons of the American Legion, Post 82, Squadron 82, La Plata, MD

Christmas in April, Charles County, MD


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