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CV 23 years shipboard and repair facility electronic maintenace as technician

23 years shipboard and repair facility electronic maintenace as technician

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CV/Resume ID no.: 84537

Location (Residence): Pensacola, United States
Citizenship: United States
  Native: English United States
  Other: None
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
  Bachelors in Business Administration

Years of Experience: 23 years
Authorized to work in:
   United States
Present Location:
   united states, pensacola
   United States, United States
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Technician Level Electronic Experienced 23 years
IT/Communications Support (Hardware) Experienced 8 years
Other Other Experienced 23 years
CV/Resume Details
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

Enclosed, please find a history of my experience and qualifications. What is inherent within the history, but not clearly stated, is that I can be relied upon to put the mission and the goals of the company foremost. As an employee of your company, I will bring experienced judgment in dealing with people and circumstances and a fully developed sense of core values. I have a very strong work ethic, I am an exceptionally quick learner, and I have been extensively trained by the United State Navy as to the importance and value of safety awareness and compliance. My experience in electronics is well established in that it begins with tubes and transistors through to today’s discreet components. I am a proven resource well familiar with electronics, management, the demands of an industrial “at sea” work environment, and family separation.
I am anxious to pursue the work I most enjoy, electronics in an “at sea” environment. I also want to more actively pursue my hobbies. A two or three week rotation cycle will allow me the opportunity to do both with less distraction.

2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]

1995 – Current Pensacola, Florida and Gulf Shores Alabama
Real Estate Broker / Property Manager
Responsible for the office telecommunication and computer systems, and the oversight of the repair and maintenance of managed property structural, electrical and plumbing systems. Participated in the development and sale of an 18 story 108 unit high rise condominium building, 2004-2007.

June 01, 1995 – Pensacola Florida
Retired from United States Navy, Surface Warfare Qualified, Electronics Limited Duty Officer
1993 – 1995 – Corry Naval Training Station Pensacola Florida
Director of Training Optical-man and Instrumentman Training
Responsible for the oversight of training development and training for the Optical-man and Instrument-man ratings at both the entry and advanced levels.
1990 – 1993 – USS Yosemite (AD-19) Mayport Florida
Ships Mission: To provide repair and supply services to other ships in the fleet
Electronics Maintenance Officer – As a part of ships company, responsible for the management of repair and maintenance of all shipboard communications, radar and navigation systems.
Combat Systems Officer – As part of the attached Repair Department, responsible for the management of the repair of shipboard communications, radar, navigation, electronic warfare, combat systems and test equipment aboard other ships as requested by other ships.
1987 – 1990 – Navy & Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center Dam Neck Virginia
Electronics Maintenance Officer – Responsible for the management of the repair and maintenance of the various computer training systems, television studio with supporting equipment, video teleconferencing equipment, command ADP equipment.
1985 – 1987 – USNS Bowditch
Electronics Maintenance Officer – Responsible for the management of repair and maintenance of onboard underwater mapping systems, magnetic anomaly detection systems, inertial navigation system, communication and radar equipment and marine satellite communications equipment.
1984 – 1985 – Submarine Base Pearl Harbor Oahu Hawaii
Ship Superintendent – Responsible for the management of assigned submarines during their refit at the Naval Repair facility Pearl Harbor, to insure the timely and accurate completion of repairs to diesel, hydraulic, electronic, pumps, motors, and other systems. Direct liaison between the Submarine and the shops of the repair facility.
1983 – 1984 - Naval Submarine School Groton Conneticut
Student – Basic Submarine Training and the advanced training as a technician for the AN/WLQ-4 (Sea Nymph) electronic surveillance measures system with Type 18 periscope combined maintenance for the SSN-637 class Type II submarine. Graduated #1 in a class of 15.
1982 – 1983 – Naval Service Schools Command San Diego California
Student – Naval C-7 training is a 25 week comprehensive electronic engineering curriculum focused upon immersing the experienced student in the mathematical and design engineering of electronic components and circuitry. Graduated 2nd in a class of 19.

1981 - 1982 – United States Command South Atlantic San Juan Puerto Rico
Communications Team Supervisor – Assigned to Admirals staff to effect the temporary installation and integration of United States communications equipment aboard South American vessels of various countries for the purpose of annual at sea war exercises. Required the design of various interfaces for switchboard, teletype and cryptographic equipment to European transceivers. Served aboard various South American vessels during the exercise period to maintain the systems as needed.
1979 – 1981 – Naval Communications Station Rota Spain
Branch Head – For the antisubmarine warfare, oceanographic, and communications station electronic maintenance work centers. Also served as the senior technician for the TACAN air navigation system
1979 - Service Schools Command Great Lakes Illinois
Student – 7 weeks of advanced training for the TACAN system. Graduated with honors.
1976 – 1979 USS Meredith (DD-890) Mayport Florida
Electronics Shop Supervisor - Responsible for the Repair and Maintenance of all shipboard electronic warfare, radar, navigation, and communications equipment.
1974 – 1976 – Naval Communications Station Norfolk Virginia
Technician – Responsible for the maintenance of satellite and microwave transceivers, multiplex and terminal equipments.
1972 – 1974 – Service Schools Command Great Lakes Illinois
Student – Electronics “A” school training. Beginning electricity and electronics, then advanced phases 1, 2 and 3 with final emphasis on typical fleet communications and radar equipment. Final training on multiplex and microwave communication systems. Lucky to graduate, being single and free was quite fun.
1972 Graduated High School Gulf Breeze Florida

3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]

• Bachelor of Science in Business with minor in accounting – October 1983 University of the State of New York
• Navy Basic Electronics , radar, communication, microwave and multiplex systems – 1972-1974
• 2 day Damage Control and Fire Fighting – 1977
• Class “C” AN/URN-3A TACAN school – 1979
• Rota Spain Naval Police Academy - 1981
• Class “C” Electronics Technician C-7 School – 1982 – 1983
• Enlisted Basic Submarine School – 1983
• Class “C” AN/WLQ-4 Electronic Surveillance Measures System – 1983 -1984
• 1 week Fire Fighting School for shipboard Repair Locker Leaders – 1992
• Fundamentals of Appraisal - 1995
• Real Estate License state of Florida – 1995
• Real Estate License state of Alabama - 1996

4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Computer Applications: Microsoft Office including Power Point and Outlook; Quickbooks Professional; WordPerfect; Lotus; various spyware/adware/virus/registry applications.
Operating Systems: windows 95, 98, XP.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Typing: Average 60 words per minute.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
I'm looking for an off-shore position that will allow my wife to remain in our current home, and provides a rotation that allows me to concentrate on the mission for 2 to 5 weeks, then an equivalent amout of time off to pursue my interests.


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23 years shipboard and repair facility electronic maintenace as technician
CV/Resume ID no.: 84537

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