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DAVID L. MARTIN SAN JOSE, CA 95127 Mobile: (408) 778-4368, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org OBJECTIVE Obtain a full-time position as an Engineering / R&D / QA Technician EDUCATION San Jose State University, San Jose, CA Bachelor of Science Degree, Business Administration, Management, 2004 PROFESSIONAL SKILLS Technical: Mfg.: assemble, troubleshoot and repair mask aligners, high vacuum systems, operate, repair and modify leak detectors; safely use all shop tools, manual mill, manual lathe, all types of welding, brazing and soldering; QA: inspect and document incoming and in-process mechanical parts by using computers, engineering drawings, schematics, assembly drawings, manual inspection tools, gages, surface plates, microscopes; Engrg.: design assembly and test procedures; write technical reports, design and draw mechanical improvements and fixture designs; manual machining of prototype parts, clean orderly work style Communication: good listener, team collaborator, detailed, analytical, critical observer, red-line prints, write and speak about technical problems and remedies; train coworkers on procedures and concepts; acknowledge, promote and implement coworkers’ suggestions for process improvement, research technical literature and catalogs for parts, write purchase requests, design and write job descriptions, work procedures, discrepant material reports, process improvement suggestions, advertisements for recruiting workers; screen résumés, interview, hire and train technicians, provide technical support and write performance reviews Computer: MS Office 2007: Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access, Paint, Photo Editor; Dragon Naturally Speaking 9.0, Adobe Acrobat Reader, AutoCAD viewer, SolidWorks viewer, e-Drawings viewer; MS Windows: 95, 98, NT 4.0 Workstation, NT 4.0 Server, 2000 Server, XP Professional WORK EXPERIENCE 2004-present: Neutronix-Quintel, Inc., Morgan Hill, California Quality Assurance/ Manufacturing/ Engineering Technician Inspected incoming fabricated parts for compliance to company engineering drawings Analyzed and solved design problems: took measurements, used machine knowledge, redlined dwgs. Wrote over 250 ECRs, wrote procedures and tech. supt. Email, studied SolidWorks 3d CAD and ISO 9000 Rebuilt and tested Canon PLA 501 aligner gap units and assemblies and increased gap unit rebuild business with outstanding rebuild quality, assembled Quintel Q4000, Q7500, and Q8000 series aligners; Machined prototype parts for engineers, modified down-rev. parts to current revisions Taught Canon gap unit rebuilding, assisted design engineers on Quintel design changes 1993-1998: CMS Welding and Machining, Fremont, California Quality Assurance Department Lead Vacuum Technician Supervised high vacuum leak test operations in a Class 1000 clean room Designed test fixtures, developed and wrote procedures Maintained and repaired all leak detection machinery and instruments Acquired other QA technicians by writing newspaper ads, screening resumes, interviewing, hiring and training Maintained supplies, ordered parts for equipment and test setups and enforced clean room procedures Founding member of TQM team Laid off due to company financial collapse 1989-1990: Applied Materials, Inc. Santa Clara, California Electromechanical Technician III (6-mo. temp., MK Technical Services, Inc.) Repaired and maintained P-5000 LPCVD Systems for the ADT Engrg. and Dev. Labs Performed troubleshooting and replaced faulty parts, calibrated and customized lab equipment Laid out, fabricated and installed process gas lines using orbital and manual TIG welders Retrofitted LPCVD Systems’ vacuum pumping lines for dry pumps; designed and welded vacuum and exhaust lines Enabled engineers to achieve exceptional process uniformity results by using personally designed precision measurement tooling to set parallelism of deposition chamber wafer susceptors. Laid off after completion of temp. assignment (set-up new process engineering lab) 1986-1989: Focus Semiconductor Systems, Sunnyvale, California Quality Assurance Technician Performed manual mechanical inspection of machined parts, weldments, tubular frames, and sheet metal for a robotic LPCVD System, read drawings per ANSI Y14.5, used Milspec sampling plans Helium leak tested high vacuum system components and complete systems Performed TIG-welded repairs of aluminum vacuum chambers Wrote Engineering Change Requests, followed Engineering Change Notices, kept inspection records Assisted upgrade of company product by designing and TIG nickel brazing prototype vacuum chamber heating elements, enabling redesign of process chamber Laid off due to company financial collapse 1986: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories, Livermore, California Mechanical Technician III ( 3-mo. temp., Consultants and Designers, I)c. Laid out, fabricated, leak checked and installed stainless steel remote process gas lines to a custom made high temperature crystal growing machine for the Solid State Laser Crystal Development Group Met the installation deadline by working overtime after required parts arrived late Laid off due to funding cutback after project completion 1980-1984: National Semiconductor, Inc. Santa Clara, California Electromechanical Technician Maintained photo, etch and deposition semiconductor wafer fab equipment in class 1000 clean rooms Designed and fabricated stainless steel remote vacuum pumping lines Earned promotion from junior to senior status in two and one-half years Resigned to complete a Bachelor’s Degree ADDITIONAL EDUCATION / TRAINING Palomar College, San Marcos, California AA Degree, Welding Technology Cañada College, Redwood City, California AS Degree, Ophthalmic Dispensing Graduated with Honors, National Board Certifications: American Board of Opticians Certified, National Contact Lens Educators Certified National Semiconductor Corporation, Santa Clara, CA Company Training Hazardous Gas and Chemical Handling Certification Vacuum Technology and Helium Leak Detection Semiconductor Fab Equip. Vendor Schools U.S. Navy: NATTC, Millington, TN: Aviation Electronics “A” School Squadron VA-122, Lemoore NAS: Aircraft A-7E Familiarization
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