Expert in isolating malfunctions and correcting discrepancies using automatic and semi-automatic program maintenance diagnostic software, Power-up Built In Test, Initiated Built In Test, and LSDU
Trained and lead peers and subordinates in order to accomplish multi-platformed mission essential tasks while maintaining positive team cohesion and esprit de corps
Experienced in green belt and lean six sigma use in daily operations for continuous process improvement and quality control
Efficiently and effectively execute PMCS, periodic evaluations, equipment calibrations, and organization of records for government assets and various end items using PDF, Microsoft word, excel, and power point. 55 WPM
Extensive knowledge in operating various manual, electrical, and pneumatic tools, inch and pound torque wrenches, calipers, and micrometers
OSHA 10, First Aid, CPR, and AED certified


Engineer I; Certified Electro-Mechanical Technician August 2015 – September 2016
Raytheon IIS, Jeddah, SA
Test/Troubleshoot launching station using the LSTS and CRATS to ensure all launcher components are operational
Disassemble, refurbish/repair/replace, and reassemble all components belonging to the launcher mechanics and launcher trailer
Conduct launcher movements between Raytheon worksite and RSADF locations
Blast and prepare PATRIOT components and end items for paint
PATRIOT Technician May 2014 – August 2015
Vectrus, camp As Sayliyah, Qatar
Maintain, service, repair, store, and prepare for shipment the M901 PATRIOT launching station systems
Conduct quarterly exercise and services as required by TM 38-470 in accordance with TM 9-1440-600-10/20/30
Conduct missile System Integration and Check Out test annually with U.S. Army air defense personnel
Maintain hand and power tools, and patriot end item equipment
Plan and coordinate with quality and production control, work orders for patriot assets such as the M983 Hemtt, M860A1 semitrailer, and MEP814A generator
Perform company TMDE accountability and shipment, and ensure items stay within calibration tolerance

Stainless Steel Machinist August 2013 - May 2014
Stainless Structural Works, Conroe, TX
Manufactured stainless steel I beams, channel beams, and angle beams of various lengths and thickness ranging from 1/8” to 1 ½”
flange: bend all angles of metal beams to re-square until 90° +/- .032
de-twist: run contortion device in order to un-twist material such as I-beams, channels, and angles ranging from 20feet to 40feet
grinder: grinded material as needed to correct imperfections
blaster: blasted material with corrosion protective chemical
shipping: ran material through acid and cleansing tanks; wrap and prepare material for shipment

Sheet Metal Fabricator June 2011 - June 2013
Metallic Productions, Houston, TX
Make, assembled, and crated metal ridge vents
Served as the Assistant mechanic on maintenance as needed in daily operations
Hydraulic press brake operator: shaped 200 to 400 sheets of 24/26 gauge metal material to specified dimensions per day
Punch press operator: responsible for punching various hole patterns in 500 to 700 sheets of 24/26 gauge metal per day
Ridge vent assembler: assemble low profile ridge vents specified by buyers order
Crater: assemble top and bottom portion for wooden crate with high powered industrial staple gun. Cut all wood to essential lengths needed to crate special ordered ridge vents

14T-PATRIOT Launching Station Enhanced Operator/Maintainer June 2005 - May 2011
U.S. ARMY, Ft. Bliss, TX; Osan AB, Korea; Camp Arifjan, Kuwait
Maintained military vehicles, 15k diesel generators, systems operation, and PAC2/PAC3 missiles
Performed physical security duties, safe guarding secret equipment
Conducted numerous live missile movements, varying from 4 to 16 missiles, using Guided Missile Truck crane and 10K forklift
Conducted Brigade level system and mechanical maintenance on PATRIOT equipment with Defense Contracting Company Raytheon
Squad Leader in charge of four personnel, maintaining continuous operational readiness on multiple 24 hour shifts for two 12 month deployments
Supervised three man team as Systems NCOIC while performing system maintenance on battalion level multi-million dollar PATRIOT equipment


Certificate, Certified tower climber, Warriors for Wireless/TEEX November 2016
Certificate, R6 Six Sigma, Raytheon August 2016
Certificate, Lean Six Sigma, Villanova University October 2015
Certificate, Six Sigma green belt, Villanova University May 2015
Associate of Science, Lonestar College, Houston, TX In Progress
Certificate, Warrior Leaders Course, U.S. Army, February 2011
Certificate, Advanced First Aid (40 hours), U.S. Army, January 2010
Certificate, Drivers Training (40 hours), U.S. Army, September 2005
Diploma, Advanced Individual Training, U.S. Army, September 2005

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