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proficient communications professional eager to contribute advanced technology, operations and project management in a challenging position as a counter radio controlled improvised explosive device electronics warfare (crew) field service representative (fsr) assignment.
ø associates degree, computer science.
ø over 15 years of relevant communications and electronic experience.
ø outstanding capacity to develop and implement advanced applications.
ø proven user support capacity.
ø holder of top secret clearance.
ø record of progression to positions of increasing authority and responsibility.
ø deliver exceptional quality and attainment of organizational objectives.
ø knowledgeable in systems analysis, testing and quality assurance.
ø effectively interact with diverse groups and professionals at all levels.
ø well-organized multi-tasker with strong detail orientation.
ø enthusiastic team player; fluent in english, spanish and italian.
united states army national guard, 48th infantry brigade, georgia, usa 1999 - present
battalion electronic warfare officer &
master trainer, electronic countermeasures, northern afghanistan (2009-present)
support initial field testing of over 200 counterintelligence rc ied electronic warfare systems.
perform installation, operation, troubleshooting and repair of electronic countermeasure (ecm) systems.
utilize test equipment such as spectrum analyzers, oscilloscopes and signal generators.
train and supervise soldiers at five forward operating bases on ecm technology.
oversee field service technicians in support of $2mm in equipment.
senior signal support noncommissioned officer, italy, bosnia and iraq (1999-2009)
tasked with training readiness, discipline and morale of battalion communications section.
oversaw installation and operation of signal support systems.
developed and implemented information services policies and provided technical assistance to command.
coordinated signal support, operations and logistics for $4.5mm in equipment in austere conditions.
united states army, ft. stewart, ga 1995 - present
civilian electronic worker wg-9604 9/5
maintain, install and repair radio communications systems on tracked vehicles.
perform field testing, troubleshooting and diagnostics on system installations.
centro educativo de destrezas empresariales y cirnicias aplicades (cedeca), santurce, puerto rico
associate of science, computer science, 1985
inter-american university, cupey, puerto rico
natural science (mathematics) studies, 1980-1985
united states army
tactical electronic warfare course, usaic, ft. huachuca, az, 2008
advanced noncommissioned officer s course, ft. gordon, ga, 2007
digital master trainer blue force tracker, force xxi battle command and below course, ft. stewart, ga, 2006
basic noncommissioned officer s course, ft. sill, ok, 1992
comsec custodian course, u.s. seventh army and europe, vilseck, germany, 1991
ranger course, u.s. infantry center, ft. benning, ga, 1988
basic airborne course, u.s. infantry center, ft. benning, ga,year
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