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CV Radio Operator / engineer and network installation engineer

Radio Operator / engineer and network installation engineer

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CV/Resume ID no.: 91325

Location (Residence): hougton le spring, United Kingdom
Citizenship: United Kingdom
  Native: English United Kingdom
  Other: None
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
  High School in GCSEs c and above maths, english,science.

Years of Experience: 8 years
Authorized to work in:
   European Union, UK (in particular)
Present Location:
   england, durham
   European Union, UK (in particular)
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
IT/Communications Radio Operator Experienced 8 years
IT/Communications Telecom Experienced 11 years
IT/Communications Installation Engineering Experienced 11 years
CV/Resume Details
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

As a well motivated telecommunications engineer with over 11 years experience in various fields such as, HF,VHF, UHF, DATA, SATCOM, INMARSAT, Fibre Optic and Data Network Installation, I am now looking to progress into an industry that will allow me to build upon and utilise my past experiences. Due to the vast amount of knowledge and skills gained over these years in the military and also in my current role as a network engineer, the Radio engineer role will allow me to continue developing and also progress in an industry where I am looking to enhance my career. I am a proactive individual, continuously looking to improve and develop my skillset, and I feel that this is the ideal opportunity to do so. Having worked in several hostile environments such as Kosovo, and Iraq; all in an operational position; I believe I would be able to adapt to the challenging role of offshore work as I am familiar with working with electronic equipment and also unsociable hours.

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

Having joined the Royal Signals at the age of sixteen as an apprentice at the Army Foundation College; punctuality, discipline and organisation were quickly instilled as a key part of my routine. Progressing from the college I went onto join the Royal School of Signals where my trade training began, I developed my trade as a Telegraphist/CIS consisting predominately of radio engineering. Subject areas within structure of the course involved operating various equipment from HF, VHF, UHF, DATA, CIS NETWORKING. These were primarily the core skills of my trade, as well as useful skills such as touch typing to approximately 36 words per minute, excellent voice procedures needed for transmission, radio/data logging and fault finding of all of relevent equipment. Throughout my time at the School of Signals, frequent assessments were undertaken through the progression of the course, which I passed succussfully, leading on to my first qualified position at 1 (UK) Armoured Division and Signal Regiment as a radio detachment crew.
Following a period of approximately six months as radio crew, I found myself in the role of Detachment Commander. In this position the radio site is in the control of the lead signaller and all procedures must be adhered to precisely for the overall effectiveness of the battle group operation. It is in these highly realistic exericise situations where everything learned at the School of Signals must all form together, before being trustworthy of multi national (NATO) exercises and full operational duties.
It was not long before my operational committments began with a period of time in Kosovo (1999) operating and monitoring mainly HF, VHF, and DATA TRANSFER equipment with the Swedish services. I progressed and gained more experience in my second operational campaign, enabling continuation of this into the next year to the more experienced and isolated role of RadioRebro (radio rebroadcast station). Due to the nature of RadioRebro been situated in hostile remote locations, this is most definately the role for only confident radio engineers, as the only immediate support available is the signallers within the detachment. Faulty equipment must be diagnosed effectively and repaired or replaced, all loss of signal must be regained to maximum deflection within the shortest time possible, this is to list only a couple of problems what may cause interruption to the operation which all must be efficiently rectified.
My next unique and priveliged role in the Royal Signals was being a key member of a TST (trials support team). This position involved trialing several pieces of communication equipment that the armed services were considering bringing into active operations.
The two major trialing projects that I was heavily involved with are discussed below. The first being the controversial BOWMAN project, which had been previously unsuccessful. With the second generation of digital radio waiting to be trialed for the proposed well overdue digitisation period from the anologue system, I was involved with all aspects of the comparison research, data logging all information on performance of the two systems, from power levels, signal strength/range, clarity, antenna selection, cryptographic devices, and the new GPS tracking system embedded within the new digital radios. Above all this was one the most interesting and challenging trials I have been involved with and I started the project as soon as I was positioned in TST, and two years later I was still involved in the ongoing trial.
Project number two of interest was the trialing of the latest military mobile and ground station satellite (504), obviously not quite on the same scale as the BOWMAN conquest but very much a specialist piece of equipment that was only planned on being deployed with SF (SPECIAL FORCES) units at the time of trialing. Similar principles of comparison were taken like in the radio trials but the 504 system was ultimately being compared to the earlier satellite systems such as 501 and 503. One of the key focus points was on the new auto satellite tracking device and how it was performing as previous systems did not have this function, the usual power balancing, transmission clarity, battery life, robustness, antenna and ancillary performance was all recorded in the data logs. The auto satellite tracking proved a success and shortly after the trials plans of intergration were been proposed, with specialist satellite units such as 30 (SATCOM) Signal Regiment.
Promotion from signaller to lance corporal came after gaining excellent reports at the TST, and I was posted to 19 Mechanised brigade as a radio detachment commander. In this sort after position my role was to provide the brigade commanders with all the relevent means of communications, from insecure HF, secure VHF, radio teletype or the secure data transfer known as kipling.This was the sort of media being used in this particular role at 19 Mechanised brigade, apart from the highlight of my service there where I was deployed on operations to Iraq. This was a very rewarding role as shift commander within the radio cell at Basra palace, again HF and VHF were active means of communication within in the cell, as well as the usual data devices. The more unusual comms link which I gained experience during my tour was in the UHF ground to air links, where maintaining a safe and secure constant means of communication with helicopters operating within the area of responsibility was absolutely vital. The operational deployment to Iraq was most challenging, and at times difficult in a harsh environment, but it is this factor also that it made it so rewarding and the highlight of my military career. I can only imagine that the offshore position would offer me the same feeling of satisfaction in a challenging role.
As this is only a summary of my experience i have concentrated on the key areas of which i think would be transferable skills to the new role of Radio Op/ Engineer, i am sure that my current knowledge in fibre and data networks will be advantageous, but not as relevent as the skills i gained in the military.

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

7 GCSEs grade C and above maths, english and science.
Army Apprentice college (no civillian quals)
Royal School of Signals qualified as a Radio Telegraphist/CIS.
In house training in current role, fibre optics, data, telephony and wireless systems.

4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
sound level of computer knowledge gained within the structure of my trade in the Royal Signals and also the requirement to touch type at approx 30 to 36 words per min.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
basic level of 1st aid skills but no actual qualification.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
requirement of offshore survival and relevant courses to be legal to work offshore, cost would be claimed back my military grants that i am entitled to, resulting in no cost to the potential new employer.


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Radio Operator / engineer and network installation engineer
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