Looking for a full time employment that would utilize my experience as an electronic or electro-mechanical techinician.
September 2008 to Present: Richard W. Fuller
Wrote an article featured in Sea Technology, May ’09 issue, on an alternative subsea communication system.
January 2006 to September 2008: Oceaneering Intl, Inc.
Houston: Lead ET - IWOCS Deployment & Recovery
Installed/maintained power and communication interface between OIE and customers’ equipment. VFD and
Chemical Injection Units (CIU’s) maintenance & programming. Build IIWOCS van - PDU & control side.
Morgan City: ROV Technician, ET - ROV Operation/Maintenance
Maintain all electronic systems associated with ROV operations: Telemetry, fiber, video, sonar, monitors, video switchers, DVD and VTR’s, motor generator and Power Distribution Unit, Hydraulic Power Unit, Auxiliary Power Unit, and launch & recovery systems.
September 2005 to January 2006: Houston Airport Systems
Airport Systems Technician - Field Security Technician
Maintain access control systems and gates (Pegasys and Pro-Watch), CCTV surveillance (Pelco and Vicon) and QSC audio systems.
January 2000 to September 2005: Richard W. Fuller
Maintained support for the existing CYBEX customer database throughout the southern states from Arizona to Florida.
October 1998 to January 2000: Henley HealthCare International
Technical Service Support - Field Support Technician
Provide over-the-phone support to field technicians on various high-end computer controlled physical therapy and hydraulic products. Diagnose and repair equipment in the field. Specialize on the NORM, CYBEX 6000, and other isokinetic machines.
January 1996 to October 1998: Sola Communications
Field Service Engineer/Consulting - RF Technician
Provide and maintain microwave communication systems for phone and fax services to the offshore industry.
US Navy - Advanced Electronics
Gloucester County College - Circuit Design I & II
General RadioTelephone license w/ship RADAR endorsement
• Ability to move quickly from one project to another – multitasking – “the go to guy”
• On-site analysis, diagnostics and repairs reliably - minimizing downtime
• Extraordinary communication and electronic control comprehension and application of that knowledge
• S.T.O.P. training for employees and supervisors