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Shane Bennee

5033 W. 8180 S West Jordan, Utah 84081 (801) 280-7996 sbennee@


hotmail.com
Field Engineer Manager
An award-winning engineer, I install, design and repair complex electrical and m
echanical systems for companies, both domestically and internationally. Educated
in both electric and operational systems, my ability to design and document sol
utions and train personnel serves my employers well.
A proven leader in the field, I quickly isolate and solve work-related problems.
My ability to produce understandable and concise technical documents and report
s aids in FDA audits and site improvements. I deliver systems on time and within
budgets.
Provide project management and troubleshooting services.
Design and reengineer systems.Launch startup systems internationally, remaining
calm under pressure.Deliver strong sales support.
Build and maintain positive relationships between company and end-user.
My MBA is from the University of Phoenix (3.92 GPA), and my BS in Electrical Eng
ineering is from Utah State University. CompTIA Network certified, I hold Siemen
s certification on various x-ray and nuclear medicine equipment. A troubleshoote
r, I am resourceful and grasp technical matters quickly.
Career History and Selected Accomplishments

Field Engineer / Trainer, Saint Jude Medical, a $3.8B healthcare company, 2007 t
o present. Installed and repaired heart mapping medical systems at customer loca
tions around US and Canada. Trained field engineers in Japan on installation of
equipment. Reported details for FDA audits and site improvements. Recommended te
chnical strategies to optimize system performance.
Training engineers on system installation and troubleshooting techniques. Compan
y attempted to train Japanese engineers on procedures in US in English. Recruite
d to go to Japan to resolve issues. Spoke Japanese, trained engineers and achiev
ed FDA approval on project.
Project Engineer / Manager, Perretta Graphics Corp., a $50M publishing company,
2005 to 2006. Set up, tested and trained personnel on computer equipment develop
ed for printing presses. Directed troubleshooting and equipment startup to meet
press deadlines. Designed mechanical or electrical modifications, fitting specif
ic equipment needs. Trained customers in Japan, speaking in Japanese.
Designing systems on site. Equipment did not operate correctly after installatio
n and customer threatened to cancel agreement. Evaluated problem and engineered
equipment component, resolving problem. Attained customer satisfaction, securing
additional system sale.
Reengineering systems. Discovered wrong gauge wires were used during complex cab
le system install in Japan. Developed strategy, remapping entire system Redistri
buted proper gauge wires, rewrote technical documents and ensured proper power d
istribution for on time completion
Leading teams. Assigned as head troubleshooter, resolving last-minute problems a
t print show in Germany. Designated lead project engineer over six team. Resolve
d all issues, reported findings, and completed project on-time, increasing compa
ny sales contacts and opportunities.
Customer Service Engineer II, Siemens Medical Solutions, a $650M medical equipme
nt company, 2004 to 2005. Recruited to service variety of medical imaging equipm
ent at University of Utah Hospital and clinics, including x-ray and nuclear medi
cine equipment. Worked with PACS engineers establishing communication links and
VPN (tunnels) to route systems through encrypted hospital networks.
Earlier: Field Engineer, Perretta Graphics Corp, 1994 to 2004.
Additional information: In 1991, I received the Duke of Edinburgh prestigious Go
ld Award. I am a triathlon competitor. Fluent in Japanese, I fulfilled a two yea
r immersion-based service mission in Japan.