Army Recruiter Resume

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Profile

  • Working as a satellite communications maintainer/operator for 4 years.
  • Knowledge of modems/demod, 1st, 2nd level multiplexors/demux, amplifiers(traveling wave tube, klystron, ifla), upconverters/downconvertes.
  • Eight years of experience in teaching principles of satellite communications.
  • Related test equipment i.e. spectrum analyzer, firebird, power meter, oscilloscope, transmission test set, signal sweep generator.
  • Access techniques (Tdms, Fdma, Ssma)
  • Time standards ie cesium beam standard

Work History

US Army, Florida

Recruiter

March 2006 – Present

  • In charge of recruiting qualified people for US Army.

US Army, Georgia

Instructor/Writer

January 2002 – March 2006

  • Provided instructions to the soldiers about the principles of satellite communications.
  • Created and revised training materials, quizzes, tests.
  • Handled 20 million dollar training network based on computer.
  • Installation of tactical satellite network.
  • Kept academic records.
  • Tactical satellite terminals troubleshooting.

US Army, Ohio

Team Chief for a Tactical Satellite Terminal

January 2001 – January 2002

  • Accountable for the welfare, health and professional development of three soldiers.
  • Monitored the maintenance, operation and installation of one AN/TSC Tactical Satellite Communications System.

US Army, Georgia

Instructor/Writer

January 1998 – January 2001

  • Provided instructions to the soldiers about the principles of satellite communications.
  • Handled 20 million dollar training network based on computer.
  • Created and revised training materials, quizzes, tests.
  • Kept academic records.
  • Instructed 500 students annually.

US Army, Indiana

Operator/Maintainer

January 1994 – January 1998

  • Responsible for operating and maintaining an AN/TSC 85B Satellite Communications Terminal.
  • Monitor, install and maintain satellite networks.
  • Monitored system performance.
  • Power generator equipment maintenance.
  • Maintained reports and station logs.

Education

US Army Recruiter School, Florida

September 2005 – November 2005

Certificate Of Completion

Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course, Georgia

May 2004 – August 2004

Certificate

Supervisors Development Program, Georgia

October 2003 – November 2003

Certificate

Total Army Instructor Training Course, Georgia

April 1998 – May 1998

Certificate

School of Telecommunications Technology, Georgia

January 1994 – December 1994

25s Training Certificate Awarded

Skills

  • Proficient with MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Outstanding trouble shooting skills.

References

: Available on request.

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