Ex military communication system specialist from the UK looking for overseas work.
TES Communication Solutions October 2016 – Present
I work within a team of two to four engineers installing communication systems on a variety of structures using recognised climbing and rigging techniques. As part of the installation I practise my skills and knowledge to use a variety of testing methods/ equipment and fault-finding methods.I install and programme radio systems both digital and analogue, mobile and static for large corporate clients, ensuring that I always adhere to health and safety standards.
My other duties include, Site surveys, dealing with onsite clients and being the first line of support between client and manufacturer, making sure all antennas/cables and equipment are correctly earthed, the installations are all in good order without any faults and to make sure there are no health and safety issues with the site.
I have also been tasked with quality assessing of other contractors’ installations and making sure that they are in line with the customers specifications and pointing out any faults or issues the customer may have, including running Antrisu site master tests down the cables.
• Rigging and Lifting Principles • First Aid at Height • Tower Climber ARQIVA • Rooftop Worker ARQIVA • Tower Rescue ARQIVA • RF Hazard Awareness ARQIVA • CCNSG Card – Safety passport.
• Motorola – Basic RF • Motorola – Basic radio • Motorola – Basic networking • Tait – Basic radio
Lance Corporal – Communications Specialist
April 2012 – October 2016
My job within the regiment was maintaining, installing and operating communications equipment. In my role as a Detachment Commander I was responsible not only for my communications platform but also for my two crew members. My day to day task within camp was to maintain the equipment under my control and to supervise my crew members in their daily work.
As Commander It was my responsibility to ensure £750,000 worth of equipment was accounted for and that our rigorous maintenance and servicing schedule was completed to the time lines agreed.
This information was stored in a filing system known as a ‘detachment folder’, it was my responsibility to maintain this record that had to be extremely accurate due to its use to account for cryptographic material and a number of other security sensitive items.
Providing communications for the 3rd (UK) Division headquarters was a very customer focused role making sure the staff officers of the formation had the correct communications solution for any
situation. Excellent verbal communications skills and an outgoing personality were a must for this position, especially when dealing with Generals.
Working for the Preston recruitment office I was responsible for the recruitment of officers and soldiers into the Royal Signals. Looking at applicant’s abilities and qualifications to make a decision as to whether or not they were suited for a career in the communications industry.
Awarded Officer Commander Commendation for exceptional service.
British Army Training
• Technical Certificate in Telecommunications (AES)
• NVQ Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship Communication Technologies Professional (ICTP) • Institution of Engineering and Technology Technician Status
• Tier 1 Team Medic
• Hazmat Awareness
• Variety of driving licences (AM, A, B1, B, C1, C, BE, C1E, CE, H)
• Foundation Modern Apprenticeship
• NVQ Level 2 in IT
• Level 2 Key Skills in Application of Number, Information and Communication Technology
|Last Resume Update||September 17, 2017|
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|Willing to Relocate?||Yes|