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Team Lead Resume Profile

Fairfax, VA

Professional Overview

I am an experienced Electronics Technician with 36 years of electronics background including schools and qualifications on US Naval Submarine radar, radio, navigation and optical systems. I have more than 11 years Supervisory management experience in managing personnel with RF and Communications experience background. As a member of the Communication Electronics Division, I supervised personnel in Radio Communication maintenance, training and repair. Expertise areas include: Radio Frequency spectrum from ELF to EHF, Satellite communications, Electronic Support measures, Radar Systems, Electronic Navigation Systems and Surveillance systems including optical and electromagnetic . As the radio team lead, I was responsible for the maintenance and repair of all radio systems from the travel teams at the White House Communications Agency. I was also responsible for Emergency Notifications System and AES database management, as well as the equipment associated with the AES upgrade. As the Radio Frequency Management Analyst, I am responsible for all of the assigned radio frequencies that are used by the EPA throughout the US and its possessions. Currently I am responsible for all Radio Frequency database information as well as research and advice for nationwide coverage for the EPA.

Professional Experience

Confidential

Team Lead

As Confidential I am responsible for the management of radio frequencies assigned to the EPA across the country and all of the. possessions. Duties include communicating with all of the EPA facilities to insure that all personnel are operating with radios in a professional manner. I am also responsible for reporting the assigned radio frequencies in use and maintenance of those frequencies to the NTIA.

  • Responsible for maintaining radio frequency assigned according to policy and guidelines by the EPQA and the NTIA.
  • Responsible to all of the EPA facilities for information and technical assistance.
  • Responsible for incorporating the policies, guidelines and procedures as promulgated by the EPA and NTIA.
  • Insuring that all facilities operate on correct frequencies and not interfering with other agencies.
  • Responsible for insuring that new radio equipment can operate within the assigned parameters.
  • Provide technical as well as the go-between help for the EPA and its multiple facilities.
  • Provide information to the NTIA of radio equipment and operating structure of the equipment used by the EPA.
  • Responsible for maintaining database of equipment and regional contacts.
  • Responsible for updating the usage of assigned radio frequencies to the NTIA.
  • Provide technical and administrative assistance to Telecomm personnel for the EPA.
  • Provide additional maintenance and assistance with VoIP, TELCOM, Video and Computer LAN maintenance.
  • Responsible for all HF-VHF-UHF communications assignments of the EPA.
  • Responsible for licenses for communications for the EPA through the NTIA.
  • Local HelpDesk responsible for maintenance and upgrades of 30 Office systems as well as application support.
  • MS Office expertise for all programs and issues with MS Office.
  • Remedy Trouble Ticket resolution expert.
  • Assists with STARs program and work load programs.
  • Desktop support for Outlook and Lotus notes email systems.
  • Supported all local helpdesk initiatives EPA-ITS contract.

Confidential

As the representative to the I am responsible for the management of radio frequencies assigned to the EPA across the country and all of the U.S. possessions. Duties include communicating with all of the EPA facilities to insure that all personnel are operating with radios in a professional manner. I am also responsible for reporting the assigned radio frequencies in use and maintenance of those frequencies to the NTIA.

  • Responsible for maintaining radio frequency assigned according to policy and guidelines by the EPQA and the NTIA.
  • Responsible to all of the EPA facilities for information and technical assistance.
  • Responsible for incorporating the policies, guidelines and procedures as promulgated by the EPA and NTIA.
  • Insuring that all facilities operate on correct frequencies and not interfering with other agencies.
  • Responsible for insuring that new radio equipment can operate within the assigned parameters.
  • Provide technical as well as the go-between help for the EPA and its multiple facilities.
  • Provide information to the NTIA of radio equipment and operating structure of the equipment used by the EPA.
  • Responsible for maintaining database of equipment and regional contacts.
  • Responsible for updating the usage of assigned radio frequencies to the NTIA.
  • Provide technical and administrative assistance to Telecomm personnel for the EPA.
  • Provide additional maintenance and assistance with VoIP, TELCOM, Video and Computer LAN maintenance.
  • Responsible for all HF-VHF-UHF communications assignments of the EPA.
  • Responsible for licenses for communications for the EPA through the NTIA.

Confidential

Team Leader Radio Section

As the Radio team lead I am responsible for the maintenance of multiple VHF Radio equipment assigned to the travel teams for the White House. I provide guidance to ensure equipment is aligned and properly maintained in timely manner. I drive maintenance based on the Maintenance Operations Preventative Maintenance Schedule and coordinate efforts between the travel teams and other maintenance representatives. Database management and coordination of services are integral part of completing my mission here at MFC Radio. I Have supervised as many as 7 personnel in the Radio Section overseeing radio elements such as P25 Trip systems, Community Network Box, Community Switch Box, Y/Z equipment, Saber Radios, AX units, XTS-3000 radios, XTVA radios, couplers and recorders. I drive the work schedule and provide major input to the newly designed Planned Maintenance Schedules and Maintenance Requirements Directives. As the Radio Team lead I have the extra responsibility of driving new tasking including:

  • I was responsible for evaluation writing, goal setting and planned maintenance.
  • I am responsible for the AES upgrades and database maintenance associated with the small radio assets.
  • I also ensure that the Emergency Notification System is in full operation and ensure equipment repairs are conducted properly.
  • Ensuring that modifications to the Community Network Boxes are completed.
  • Drive the maintenance and monitoring of the Modem Loop Current project.
  • I have trained and managed as many as 7 people during this period and have been the Team Lead since March of 2005.
  • Worked with a team of people conducting migration of computer systems at DTRA.
  • Worked with VHF radio Systems and P25 Trip systems.
  • Worked on the VOIP trip kits which included Cisco equipment.
  • Worked on telephone units, switch boxes and transmitters. I have experience with telephone, recorders, CD players and various small electronics.
  • I have aligned and repaired AX Radios, SABER radios, XTS-3000 series radios, XTVA radio suitcases and MBTR radios. I have training in satellite communications including Hawkeye and MRSAT.
  • I have helped to re-design upgrades to Community Network Boxes, PDR-3500 and Console Support Boxes.
  • Responsible for the coordinated repairs, alignments and redesign of the new Emergency Notification System for the President.
  • As a member of the White House Communications team I have been cross trained in DATA, SATCOM and Radio sections.
  • I have extensive knowledge of MS office products including MS Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Project.
  • I also have good knowledge of WordPerfect programs.

Confidential

As senior member of the Navigation/Operations Department I was responsible for the repair, maintenance and operation of all Radar, Communication and Navigations systems onboard Nuclear Powered Submarines. I managed personnel and was overall responsible for the training and qualifications of assigned members. As the lead technician I provided troubleshooting expertise and repair assistance to maintain ship readiness at all times. I have over 26 years of electronics experience and have 10 years of computer maintenance experience as well. As an Electronics Technician I have formal education and training in the maintenance and repair of various electronics. I was responsible for the navigation systems including NAVSAT, Navstar, and GPS. I have extensive knowledge of submarine periscope and optics including the Type 2F, type 15 all modifications , type 18 all modifications , type 22, NESSIE, and the INNPT periscopes. I have also trained on and maintained the ESM Electronic Support Measures systems including the WLR-1, WLR-8 and the Q-4. I have some ACINT education to identify and analyze radar and communications signals. I have more technical training in the forms of passive reception, for the BRD-6 and BRD-7 radio direction finding devices. I have given training on photo systems associated with the periscopes as a Navy instructor. I have experience and training on various radar systems tailored for US Submarines, such as the BPS-15 analog and digital units, and commercial brand radar systems

  • Supervised more than 1500 electronic and mechanical repairs to 10 different submarines in a three year period with a 97.8 completion ratio
  • Technical expert in electronics surveillance equipment including optical, electromagnetic and radio frequency spectrum
  • Overseen 3 divisions of electronics experts processing more than 2000 pieces of security information per year
  • Supervised 24 personnel in the navigation, communications and operations onboard a nuclear powered submarine
  • Coordinated and implemented technical training designed to be an interactive program training more than 300 personnel in optical employment, resulting in an increased knowledge base of 50
  • Trained and operated the newest communications systems, the EHF Satellite Communications.
  • I was responsible for the training, mentoring, qualifying and daily operations of the Navigation/Operations department personnel.
  • Maintained electronic navigation systems, including radar, NAVSAT, NAVSTAR and GPS
  • As the department Chief I was responsible the Department Head for daily operations of 4 divisions of personnel.
  • As the Department Chief I was responsible for ensuring all electronics systems were ready for deployment.
  • Maintained training records of personnel.
  • Scheduled maintenance periods and maintained maintenance records of electronic equipment.
  • Performed training and maintained divisional training reports.
  • Supervised 10 personnel in the ET repair shop, performing maintenance on US Nuclear Powered Submarines electronics systems.
  • Instructed more than 1000 personnel in the photo processing and photo methods in the submarine community including Periscope Photography photos through her periscope
  • Responsible for maintaining navigation systems for 5 US Submarines and 1 US Warship.
  • I have 26 years in electronic maintenance, troubleshooting and repair.
  • I have been qualified and certified in Quality Assurance program.

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