Resume Templates: Field Engineer


John Doe
1234 Fake Lane, MA, 99999, Cell:(000)-000-0000,

Dynamic professional with extensive experience in the fields of avionics and electronics with industry-leading organizations including Lockheed Martin and L3 Communications. Currently a field engineer in Afghanistan troubleshooting aircrafts to ensure preparedness for mission-critical operations. Proficient in problem solving, equipment testing, and analyzing drawings and technical specifications. Excel in ensuring quality while leading team members in a challenging, deadline-driven environment. Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.

Quality assurance and controls Training and development Process improvements Streamlining operations Project management Budgeting and cost controls Avionics and electronics installation and troubleshooting Schedule maintenance and timeline management Materials and inventory management Team leadership

Field Engineer May 2011 to Current Lockheed Martin Tarin Kowt Airport, Afghanistan Operate and maintain Persistent Threat and Detection Systems (PTDS) and Measure and Signal Intelligence (MASINT) Sensors. Maintain and upgrade camera, RF telemetry, fiber optic transmission and video distribution systems. Analyze and troubleshoot fiber optics. Perform electronic maintenance associated with networking, information, power, and photo interpretation. Performs electronics maintenance associated with networking and information systems, power systems, and photo interpretation systems in compliance with U.S. military standards. Read and interpret complex engineering drawings. Maintain Unattended Transient Acousticsystems (UTAMS), Control of LYNX & Analysis Workstations (CLAW II), and Joint Services Workstations (JSWS). Deliver technical training and product briefings to customer, vendors, and company representatives. Maintain 80KW diesel generators. Vertex Avionics Electrician July 2006 to November 2011 L3 Communications Kandahar , Afghaistan Performed all mission-critical electronic/avionics maintenance checks for CH-47D and CH47F Chinook helicopters. Troubleshot issues and complied with U.S. military standards to ensure safe and fully functional helicopters.