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Highly Motivated Professional with experience in Quality Control, Certified Level II,
Dedication Inspector: Receipt, Mechanical, and some Electrical. Additional qualifications
include 25 years experience as a Calibration Technician providing Calibration & Repair of
Dimensional, Force, Torque, Mass, Pressure, Temperature, Hardness, and Mechanical
instruments, Gauges, Optical measuring equipment in Military and Commercial PMEL Labs.
Experience in strong knowledge of measurement assurance, calibration procedures,
accreditation process and laboratory facilities.

1/2007 to 12/2008 Granite Services International, Tampa, Florida

Quality Control Level II Certified Dedication Inspector – Assigned to General Electric’s

Wilmington, NC. Dedication Center. Responsible for performing receipt inspections to PO
requirements, CMTR, engineering specifications, processing NCR’s. Performed mechanical
commercial grade dedication inspection and testing to QA Dedication Specifications and
ANSI 45.2-1977.

Calibration Technician – Transcat Calibration, Charlotte, NC. 11/1999 – 11/2006

Performed calibrations on company assets as well as Depot and on- site calibrations on customer Test
Measuring & Diagnostic Equipment. Equipment included physical/dimensional, pressure, torque, force
and electronic. Maintained quality customer service by direct interaction with customer contacts, saving
time and increasing efficiency. Instrumental in improving lab capabilities in areas such as generating
and correcting datasheets, procuring updated testing devices thus improving capabilities in force, mass
& torque applications.

Calibration Technician – Calibration Services Laboratory, Westlake Village, Cal. 6/1994 – 10/1999
Responsible for performing calibrations on company assets as well as providing on-site calibrations.
Equipment included physical, dimensional, pressure, torque, & force. Assessed prospective clients
to determine calibration capabilities.

Manager: Product Kits and Assembly - SACO Newbury Park, Ca. 11/1992 – 6/1994
Verified proper quantity of Printed Circuit Boards, electronic components and associated hardware for
each product kit for this builder of high-end audio equipment. Verify PCB's for proper construction,
prep electronic parts for hand stuffing into PCB's. Performed 1st Article inspection and functional
testing. Supervised as many as 15 personnel on production line.

Quality Assurance Technician - Miner Enterprises, Geneva, Ill. 11/1991 – 9/1992

Performed random inspection on metal parts manufactured by local foundries for this industry leader in
railcar components. Types of inspections included: Dimensional, NDI, Brinnell hardness, and physical.
Performed inspections in final assembly on draft gears and brake beams products.


USN Ret. Honorable Discharge 1991

Calibration Tech./PMEL - United States NAVY 10/1981 – 8/1991

Assigned to various calibration facilities aboard aircraft carrier U.S.S Coral Sea and various shore
commands. Responsible for calibration and repair on equipment e.g., physical, dimensional, pressure,
and torque.
Assigned to Navy Unmanned Air Vehicle Detachment 2 as a Payload Operator e.g., remotely operated
video cameras and Guidance Control Station Electronics Technician. Deployed to the Persian Gulf War,
11/1990 to 4/1991 aboard U.S.S. Missouri in this capacity. Received Letter of Commendation from
Rear Admiral Reason for performance.

Research & Development Technician, Test Lab – Aurora Pump, Aurora, Ill. 3/1980 – 8/1981
Tested and provided necessary adjustments to pumps on the 8" Loop for this global manufacturer of
pumps and systems for the commercial, municipal, industrial, and fire protection markets. Provided
on-site services for customers to upgrade control panels at wastewater treatment facilities.

Communication/Navigation Technician – United States Marine Corps 1/1970 – 3/1980

Performed duties as a Communication/Navigation Technician on McDonald Douglas
A-4 Skyhawk and British AV-8A Harrier at various U.S. Continent and overseas bases.

• Certified ANSI 45.2 Level II Receipt Inspector and Mechanical Inspector.
• Certified in soldering, Class F by Avionics Module Repair Improvement Program, and PACE,
who provide training for the rework, repair and testing of printed circuit assemblies.
• Use of measuring devices, and digital components.
• Excellent communication, organization, analytical research and teamwork skills.
 Completed formal NAVY Calibration school, 1984. Naval Aviation Logistics Center, N.A.S.
Norfolk, Virginia. Areas of instruction: Torque, Tension, Temperature, Pressure, and

Computer programs - Proficient in Microsoft applications.