CV ROV Pilot Tech with 20+years experience as a worldwide electronics engineer
ROV Pilot Tech with 20+years experience as a worldwide electronics engineer
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Location (Residence): tidworth, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Vocational in Electronics Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, Australia Present Location: United Kingdom, Tidworth Relocation: Australia
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
After completing an 18 career as an Electronics Engineer within the British Army, 3 recent years of which were as an ROV Tech. I am looking at starting a career Offshore as an ROV Pilot Tech. I have a Resident visa for Australia and Shall be moving my family to Perth Australia in September. I am available for work now
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
EMPLOYMENT ENGINEERING MANAGER
HM Forces Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers 1991-Present
2008 – Present. Manager of a ten strong fitter Section maintaning and repairing a multi million pound fleet of two hundred military vehicles and associated technical equipment. Supervision/management of training, development and welfare of staff, planning and co-ordinating all production and maintenance, ensuring all health and safety procedures are followed, administrating computer system.
2005 – 2008. ROV Technician for Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) Unit. Repairing and maintaining a fleet of eight small to large EOD ROVs and their control platform/vehicles, search equipment, Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) equipment and a fleet of four ECM vehicles. Ensuring that the organisations electronic and mechanical test equipment was within calibration. Carrying out electrical safety checks on all electrical equipment within the organisation. Organising all adventurous training expeditions and survival training.
2002 – 2005. Overt/Covert Surveillance Technician. Rigging heavy to light loads up masts and structures, using ropes, pullies and capston winches. The installation of camera systems. The transmission of video product to control rooms and data from control rooms to camera systems using fibre optic, RF, microwave and copper transmission paths. Brought on line two multimillion pound surveillance systems and trained personnel in there use and repair, this greatly enhanced the surveillance capability of the organisation which in turn produced better evidence for the police to use against criminal and terrorist organisations.
2000 – 2002. Army Pilot Training. Undertaken after passing a long and difficult selection process.
1997 – 2000. Telecommunications/Thermal Imaging Repair Technician. Repairing and maintaining RF telecommunication systems and thermal imaging surveillance systems within the Airmobile role. Maintained and repaired computer controlled thermal imaging repair facilities and telecommunications repair facilities.
1992 – 1997. Telecommunications Technician. Repairing RF telecommunication systems within armoured vehicles.
1991 – 1992. Army basic training.
Brush Electrical Machines Test Engineer 1991 – 1991
Tested large industrial motors and generators.
Powernetics Systems Test Engineer 1989 – 1991
1990 – 1991. Tested, repaired and developed uninterruptable power supply systems and large 3 phase and single phase power distribution units.
1989 – 1990. Tested and repaired uninterruptable power supply PCBs down to component level.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
• City & Guilds – Fibre Optic Cabling in an Internal Environment
• City & Guilds – Fibre Optic Cabling in an External Environment
• Advanced Diploma in Intergrated Security Systems
• HNC in Microelectronics
• IMCA – Pilot Tech 2 Training (Global Marine)
• OPITO – Basic Offshore Safety Induction & Emergency Training
• Institute of Naval Medicine - Basic Noise Assesor
• SERE Instuctor – Survival Instructor
• ABP Precison – Chevette ROV Training
• Remotec - Wheelbarrow Mk8b ROV Training
• Xi Training - Difficult Access at Height Training
• RAF Digby – Aerial Rigger Training
• SAAVN – Army Pilot Training
• Joint Service - Mountain Leader Instructor
• Combat Survival Instructor
• Air Warfare Centre – Helicopter Handling Instructor
• SEAE - General Purpose Thermal Imager Repair
• EMTA – Telecommunications Technician Class 1
• SMC – Senior leadership and management
• JMC – Junior leadership and management
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Extensive daily use of Microsoft Office
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
ROV EXPERIENCE (Global Marine Pilot Tech 2 course)
SeaEye Falcon harbour tasks. (6.5 Hours).
Use of sonar.
Mechanical retermination of SMD plough armoured umbilical.
Electrical retermination of Perry Scarab III workclass ROV.
Termination of umbilical fibres using hot melt ST connectors.
Use of fibre optic test equipment to confirm optical losses.
Use of OTDR for fibre testing.
Fusion splicing of fibre tails on to umbilical.
Worked on Multimode fibre.
Worked on Single mode fibre.
Harness repairs, moulded joints, tape and scotchkote repairs.
Familiar with basic electrical testing, continuity, V, I, R and insulation (Megger) testing.
Use of scopemeters and oscilloscopes for testing of camera system on Perry Scarab ROV.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
• Full clean UK HGV driving licence
• Non-smoker, excellent health
• British citizen
• SC security clearance
• Australia Visa – Class VE Resident Sub Class 175