DOUGLAS M. MALENFANT
Mar. 05 to Present
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Mar. 02 to Mar. 05
Electronic Technician IV
Perform component level troubleshooting, repair of digital and analog through-hole, surface-mount equipment used on F-16 and C-17 aircraft for the U.S. Air Force. Use ATE (Automated Teat Equipment) to align and configure customer assets for return to service. Keep detailed logs of calibration, burn-in and certification per OEM specifications. Work third shift (nights and weekends) to help reduce customer backlog and turn around time. Use schematics, blue prints and bill of materials to requisition parts and perform repairs to OEM specifications. Handle changing priorities and tight deadlines of customer equipment during war time aircraft usage. Use oscilloscopes, signal generators and digital multi-meters on a daily basis.
Jan. 01 to Feb. 02
Responsible for the manufacturing of SDram, DDR, Rambus and Flash Memory testers. Debugged and repaired new build circuit boards. Assembled and calibrated new testers. Worked with vendors at their site to insure quality of new build boards. Worked with the engineering department on new product improvements and current product reliability issues, wrote engineering change orders. Kept detailed logs of tester calibration, burn-in and certification. Performed final QA and verification on outgoing equipment. Worked with purchasing to forecast part shortages and possible cost improvements. Installed and configured Windows operating systems on new testers for customer networking and lot tracking. Performed remote tester troubleshooting utilizing PCAnywhere. Worked with several PC motherboards manufacturers to insure tester to motherboard correlation.
BF Goodrich Aerospace, Austin, TX
Jan. 95 to Dec. 00
Radio Communication Tech III
Performed component level troubleshooting, repair of digital and analog through-hole and surface-mount radio Communication, Navigation and Global Positioning Systems. Used schematics, blue prints and bill of materials to requisition parts and perform repairs to OEM specifications. Worked directly with Engineering to create new test fixtures and improve current ones to reduce repair time, cost and warranty attrition. Documented repair cost estimates of parts and labor for customer quotes. Performed line inspections of equipment for return to service per FAA regulations. Handled changing priorities and tight deadlines of customer equipment. Use oscilloscopes, signal generators, spectrum analyzers and digital multi-meters on a daily basis.
Quantum Inc. (formerly Rocky Mountain Magnetics, Longmont, CO)
Nov. 93 to Dec. 94
CNC Manufacturing Technician
Electronic read-write head Manufacturing Technician. Operated several Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) units. Responsible for the operation, calibration and general maintenance of CNC cutting equipment. Used microscopic measuring devices to insure accuracy and track equipment wear. Kept detailed logs of cutting blades and wafer accuracy in order to forecast program changes.
Colorado Aero Tech, Broomfield, CO (GPA 4.0)
Mar. 93 to Dec. 94
Advanced Electronics and Avionics Technology
2250 hours of aviation electronics and systems maintenance. Course included over 1000 hours of hands-on experience in precision soldering, sheet metal fabrication, cable/harness fabrication and installation/servicing of avionics systems.
Michigan Institute of Aeronautics, Belleville, MI (GPA 3.5)
Sept. 91 to Jan. 92
Airframe Maintenance Technology
Studied hydraulics and pneumatics, composites repair and fabrication, structural sheet metal repair and Inspections and basic physics.
FCC General Radiotelephone Operator License
FAA Airframe Mechanic Certificate
FAA Private Pilot Certificate
3M 7308 ESD Training Program
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