Maintenence Management Professional

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  1. CHARLES J. GILBERT
    [email protected]
     
    Career Objective:
    To obtain a challenging position in telecommunications maintenance or maintenance management.
     
    Major Qualifications:
    * Over nine years experience in electronics repair,
    administrative operations, and shop management.
    * Highly motivated, results oriented supervisor with a track
    record of successful performance of increasing
    responsibility and difficulty.
    * Department of Defense Secret Security Clearance.  
    Professional Experience:   Supervisory:
    * Controlled capital assets totaling in excess of
    $10,000,000.
    * Planned, budgeted, and monitored quarterly accounts of up
    to $1,000,000 to affect preventive and corrective
    maintenance.
    * Prioritized, scheduled, and supervised the repair of over
    $10,000,000 of communication systems involving over 20
    electronic technicians on a daily basis.
    * Responsible for coaching, development, and team
    building of over 100 service members, to include safety
    and quality inspections.   Employment History: August
    1994 – Present United States Marine Corps March 2002 –
    Present Maintenance Management Supervisor Responsible
    for the following: Planning for deployment of a
    maintenance unit; Supervision of electronic maintenance
    support programs and maintenance production;
    Preparation of budgets for maintenance and operational
    commitments; Brief commander on equipment readiness;
    Supervise the deployment of field maintenance
    activities; Supervise the training for communications
    maintenance and operational personnel July 2000 – March
    2002 Communication-Electronics Maintenance Supervisor
    Assisted in the planning for deployment of field
    maintenance activities; managed maintenance production;
    supervised maintenance actions March 1998 – July 2000
    Radio/Multi-Channel Equipment Repair Supervisor
    Analyzed maintenance information system data; Managed
    maintenance shop programs; Administered a quality
    control program; Deployed field maintenance activities;
    determined maintenance support requirements; Directed
    maintenance actions; Conducted training for personnel
    October 1995 – March 1998 Radio/Multi-Channel Equipment
    Repairman Performed corrective maintenance on radio/multi-
    channel systems; Diagnosed basic electronic circuits;
    Performed limited maintenance on cryptographic
    equipment; Performed corrective maintenance on single
    channel radios and tactical telephones; Performed
    corrective maintenance on computers and its
    peripherals; Performed corrective maintenance on
    tactical power supplies; Provided technical assistance
    during the installation of communications equipment
    Management and Technical Training:

    2004 Electronics Technician Supervisors Course
    Organization and administration; supervision and
    training; combat systems; casualty control and
    reporting; quality assurance; test equipment; and
    maintenance. 2004 Microwave Principles Introduction
    to microwave principles. waveguides, microwave
    components and circuits, tube principles and types,
    decibel measurement, solid state devices, and
    microwave antennas.  2000 Antenna Construction and
    Propagation of Radio Waves Propagation of radio
    waves, construction of antennas, and characteristics
    of antennas 2000 Electrician Course AC and DC
    systems, principles of electric power, and basic
    circuit calculations 1996 Solid State Devices
    Identification, testing, troubleshooting, and repair
    of integrated circuits 1996 Fundamentals of
    Leadership Decision making, problem solving, and
    personnel welfare 1996 Techniques of Instruction
    Basic concepts of instruction and techniques 1996
    Terrorism Counteraction Description of terrorism,
    methods of targeting, nature of threat, prevention
    of acts, and survival as a hostage 1995 Multi-
    Channel Equipment Repair Course Multi-Channel
    installation, testing, and repair 1995 Radio
    Fundamentals Course RF transmitters, receivers, and
    antenna theory of operation 1995 Basic Electronics
    Course Electricity, digital and analog electronic
    circuitry   Skills and Strengths:  
    * Repair, installation, adjustment, modification, and
    testing of data systems, as well as radio, telephone, and
    antenna equipment, analog and digital electronics, and
    multiplexing
    * Microsoft Office Suite and Microsoft Internet Explorer
    * Strong organizational skills; able to prioritize,
    delegate, and accomplish tasks and programs independently
    * Excellent team builder and motivator
    * Personable and articulate in written and verbal
    communications skills
    * Project oriented; able to complete multiple tasks
    achieving outstanding results
    * Creative and innovative problem solver
    * Easily adaptable at learning new concepts and systems
    * Effective manager of time and resources   Awards:  
    * Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal
    * Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (3)
    * Certificate of Commendation (12)
    * Letter of Appreciation (3)   Supervisor Evaluations and
    References:  
    * Available upon request
     
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