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Radar Specialist
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34 years experience with a wide range of military Radar, IFF, NAVAIDS, and electronics equipment. 10.5 years have been in support of the AN/FPS-117 Long Range Radar for the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF). Superior technical writer. Excellent skill sets with all MS Office tools.

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Dans les secteurs d'activités suivants:
Defense Oil and Gas

Domaines de compétences:
Superior, Superior, Superior

Directions concernées par les interventions:
Technology Management Operations Management Communications management

Types d'interventions:
Overseas Remote

Formations suivies:
Canadian Armed Forces QL6 - Radar Technician Supervisor
AN/FPS-117 L-Band Long Range Radar
AN/FPS-124 Short Range Radar
508/93A Search Radar
UPX 14 IFF
GPX 504 IFF
TPN 501 Quad Air Traffic Radar
FYQ Common Digitizer
GRN 516 TACAN
satellite communications
ground-air-ground radios

Etudes:
Canadian Armed Forces, Electronics Technology - Specialize in radar systems


Présentation

Qualifications
Conversant and
experienced with a wide range of military Radar, IFF, NAVAIDS, communications, PLCs,
UPS, security systems and meteorological equipment spanning over 34 years of hands-on
experience in a variety of electronics, training, and management roles. 10.5 years have been in support of the
AN/FPS-117 L-Band Long Range Radar (LRR) for the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF)
traveling and providing engineering support throughout the Kingdom of Saudi
Arabia (KSA) as the senior resident maintenance engineer (RME) in supporting
the field and the radar depot requirements.
12 years spent supporting the AN/FPS-117 LRRs and AN/FPS-124 Short Range
Radars (SRRs) and ancillary equipment in both the Canadian North Warning System
(NWS) and Alaska Radar System (ARS). 10
years serving the Canadian Armed Forces as a Radar Technician maintain a
multitude of radar IFF, and NAVAIDS systems.
4 years experience developing and delivering military training courses
on radar, IFF, and radio systems. An integral person in providing in-depth
technical support for the RSAF on reviewing vendor course training material for
the AN/FPS-117 Radar upgrade. Experienced
supervisor of radar and electronics technical staff, both military and
civilian. Superior technical writer, generating reports, standard operating
procedures (SOPs), and radar commissioning matrixes. Excellent skill sets with all MS Office
tools.

Experience

Instrumentation
Technician,
Imperial Oil/Exxon Kearl Oil Sands
Project, Flint Management Services (FMS), Northern Alberta, Canada (03 Nov 2014
– present): Employed as an Instrumentation Technician as a lead hand. Responsible for the oversight and guidance of
a technical work group in the Electrical and Instrument section and for the
daily maintenance of instrument devices in the Ore Preparation Plant (OPP). Conduct JSA and permit requirements for
daily work requirements focused on Stop and Think actions for each task to
ensure no one gets hurt. Emphases on
safety at all times, and coordinating/responding to the Customer’s
requirements.

AN/FPS-117 Senior Radar
Specialist,
Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF), Dalma
Tech2, Command,
Control and Communications Systems (C3S2C), Prince
Sultan RSAF Base, Al Kharj (3 Mar 2004 – 31 Aug 2014): Employed as the senior
Radar Specialist. Lead Hand when
deployed in the field for mobile maintenance team (MMT) on the radar system for
corrective maintenance requirements for both search and beacon (overseeing a team
of 4-6 technicians). Responsible for the
overall technical support of the seventeen (17) long range radar systems
throughout the Kingdom and also the Radar Depot. These radar systems interface with a secure
wide area network (WAN) whereas both remote and local
monitoring/diagnostics/software debugging can be maintained through a windows
environment workstation. Maintained the UPS/PLC systems interfacing with the
radars. Work closely with the Customer
to identify problems and develop solutions, cost effective measurements, and
improved methods of ensuring highest quality of radar performance. Provided technical assistance to Logistics
Group in identifying obsolete issues and identifying alternate solutions. Lead technical representative for reviewing
RSAF technical/training documentations and engineering support on the radar
upgrade with both the US Government and RSAF.
Integrated radar assets and preventative maintenance (PM) work cards
into new RSAF data management system.

Electronics Manager,
Alaska Radar System (ARS) Project, ARCTEC Alaska Joint Venture, Anchorage, AK (1997-2004): Responsible for managing the operation
and maintenance of the ARS (AN/FPS-117 and AN/FPS-124) including ancillary
equipment. Direct the activities of Job Control, Radar Specialists, Station
Technicians, Services Technicians, and Computer Specialists for 15 Long Range
Radar sites (LRRs), 3 Short Range Radar sites (SRRs), and one radio site.
Identify changes in operations and procedures and initiate reports on required
guidelines or references (e.g. operating instructions, letters to the Customer,
site policies). Responsible for overseeing site tasks, third-party support,
emergency response to equipment and personnel, and special projects. Managed
the Operations Department budget (approximately $8 million annually). Monitor
project expenditures on labor, material, and transportation. Work closely with
Customer on all technical operational requirements to ensure highest quality of
the O&M of the ARS. Overseeing development and implementation of various
over and above (O&A) projects that enhanced the overall effectiveness of
the Alaska Radar System Project. One
such O&A project involved the re-engineering, rewiring, standardization,
and update drawings for 156 ground-air-ground radios. Serve as a member of the Employee
Relationship Committee to mutually address and resolve employee issues. Serve
as Project Manager as required in his absence.

Deputy Manager of
Radar and Electronics
, North Warning System (NWS) Project,
Frontec Corporation, North Bay, Ontario, Canada (1996-1997): Responsible for
ensuring the highest level of performance and availability of the NWS Radar
System (AN/FPS-117 and AN/FPS-124) including ancillary equipment. Developed and
adapted corrective and preventive maintenance procedures to maintain radar
operations at 11 LRR and 36 SRR sites. Monitored system performance for
conformance to technical specifications and contractual requirements. Technical
representative on Project Management Review (PMR) AN/FPS-117 Reliability
Maintainability System (RMS) Modification. Performed maintenance analysis and
prepare technical reports. Identified radar systems requirements, proposed
modifications for improvements, and ensured changes were carried out in
accordance with Department of National Defense (DND) configuration and
management requirements. Administered NWS Control Center QC/QA. Scheduled work
and time accounting, for union personnel. Relief manager for Logistics Support
Site in Iqaluit, Northwest Territories (NWT), Canada.

Technical Training
Specialist
, North Warning System Project, Frontec
Corporation, North Bay, Ontario
and Hall Beach, NWT (1992-1996): Provided training to both military and FRONTEC
personnel in the only contractor-run AN/FPS-117 Radar School worldwide. Responsible for developing, updating and
delivering courses on the operation and maintenance of the AN/FPS-117 radar (which
incorporated several radar upgrades), UHF/VHF radios maintenance and
meteorological equipment. Technical
training on the AN/FPS-117 radar included theory and practical (to component
level) and application of radar diagnostic software and alignment tools. Evaluated
courses, technical orders, other documentation and field operations to
determine updates required for the electronic training. Assessed trainee
performance and provided counseling as required. Provided in-depth technical
assistance as required for radar corrective and preventive maintenance.

Support Maintenance Specialist,North Warning System
Project, Frontec Corporation, North Bay, Ontario and Hall Beach, Northwest
Territories (1992): Responsible for performance
of first-line maintenance on NWS site communications and electronics equipment,
including implementing daily code change, conducting in-service preventive
maintenance, interpreting diagnostic printouts, and changing LRUs in the
AN/FPS-117 long range radar and AN/FPS-124 Short Range Radar. Other duties
included preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, alignment and parts
replacement to the line-replaceable-unit (LRU) level on other electronic
systems equipment (e.g. UHF/VHF/HF radios, meteorological weather reporting
equipment, telephone switches, and satellite communications equipment).



Supervisor/Radar
Technician
,
various Canadian Forces bases (1982-1992): Supervised
tradespersons responsible for preventive and corrective maintenance of TACAN,
Precision Radar, Security Surveillance Radar, Airport Security (walk through,
x-ray baggage, & CCTV). Maintained
logs on equipment. Military performance
rated superior, having demonstrated comprehensive job knowledge, high skill,
very good planning and problem solving abilities, and solid leadership. Completed
training in electronics and radar theory and equipment (3 phases of training
spanning over a 4 year period: basic electronics; radar technical training; and
advanced technical tradesmen training).

Education
·
Canadian Forces Radar Technician QL6A
(Supervisor Level)

·
Canadian Forces Junior Leadership
(Ranked 7th out of 108 students)

·
Journeyman Instrument Mechanic

·
Technical qualifications include the
following:

- AN/FPS-117 L-Band Long Range Radar Levels 1
& 2 (includes OX-60 and MSSR 2000I Secondary Surveillance Radars with
WAN/LAN, UPS/PLCs)

- AN/FPS-124 Short Range Radar Levels 1 &
2

- 508/93A L-Band Search Radar

- UPX 14 IFF Radar

- GPX 504 Secondary Surveillance Radar (Top
Student)

- TPN 501 Quad Air Traffic Radar (Top
Student)

- FYQ Common Digitizer (Top Student)

- Linescan X-ray & Walkthru Sentry

- GRN 516 TACAN

- satellite communications

- ground-air-ground radio maintenance

- non-directional beacons

- high reliability soldering (NASA)

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Quelques références:
Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF)
United States Air Force (USAF)
Canadian Armed Forces

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