Topic ID #9843 - posted 3/15/2011 6:08 PM

guidelines for resume and cv posters

Jennifer Palmer

This forum is provided for the posting of resumes and cvs. Content from your resume file in a format such as Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, etc. can be cut and pasted into a message. We cannot accept attachments such as .pdf files for resumes.

Please remember that the internet is a very public place, and your information can be viewed by anyone. You may want to consider refraining from the posting of overtly personal info.

Resumes will be deleted after 6 months from the initial posting. If your resume is current and you wish for it to reappear at the top of the list, it's best to post a reply updating your availability rather than just the one-word "bump" message.

All resume postings must have at least one message tag (label).  You are also welcome to post additional tags (up to 5 total) which better categorize the content of your resume. 

You do have the ability to customize the look of your message with options such as boldface, italics, underlining, list, different font sizes, and colors. It may take some experimentation, but you can always "Preview" a message to see how your resume will appears before it is posted (and edit it later, if you want to update it or make changes).

Best of luck in the job search!


Post ID#18764 - replied 6/2/2011 8:38 PM


David William Smith

PO Box 21     Sidney, NY 13838     (607) 369-2866



Objective:   Pursuing a career in an Anthropological/Archaeological Research & Development field where I can offer the skills  

    And training I have received from SUNY Oneonta, ITT Technical Institute, and hands-on experience.



08/09- 05/11    State University of New York College at Oneonta

   BA in Anthropology

   Graduated with Highest Honors – May 21, 2011.


12/03-12/05     ITT Technical Institute- Tucson, AZ

   AAS in Computer & Electronics Engineering Technology

   Graduated with Highest Honors – December 10, 2005.   


Software & Electronics Experience:  

Windows XP, Vista, 7, MS Office 2003 - 2010, MS Outlook, MultiSim 2000, LogixPro Simulator Ohm’s Law, AC/DC Theory, Digital Electronics, Digital Multimeters, Oscilloscopes, Program Logic Controllers, Read Schematics/ Diagrams, Troubleshooting & Soldering, Zwick/Roell Load Cell Station & Software.


Work Experience: 

05/10- 8/18/10    Engineering Lab Technician   Manpower Professional at Amphenol      Norwich, NY 

·   Performed mechanical & electrical tests on electrical connector products

·   Recorded data, analyzed data, & wrote technical memos & formal engineering reports


02/08- 2/24/09    Engineering Lab Technician Amphenol Aerospace Corporation     Sidney, NY

·   Performed mechanical & electrical tests on electrical connector products

·   Recorded data, analyzed data, & wrote technical memos & formal engineering reports


09/06-12/07    CVD Technician     Micron Technology Inc.      Boise, ID

·   Monitored tool performance, schedule and perform preventative maintenance on assigned tool sets

·   Utilized mechanical and electronic skills to troubleshoot and repair down equipment

·   Assisted with equipment installs, and created and modified equipment procedures


04/05-07/06    Test Technician      Universal Avionics Systems Corporation   Tucson, AZ

·   Bench Tested Flight Management and Satellite Communication Systems

·   Circuit Checkouts

·   Troubleshooting

·   Repair, Modification, and Assembly of Electronic Systems and Integrated Circuits

·   Operated Test Equipment which includes:  Automated Test Equipment, Meters, and Scopes


11/04-04/05    Instrumentation Technician    Volt Technical Services at Caterpillar    Tucson, AZ

·   Set up Control Systems Test Equipment on Prototype Machines measuring:  Stress, Tension, Compression,   Temperature, Velocity, and Acceleration.


1/01-11/03 Nuclear Field Technician    AREVA Framatome ANP     Lynchburg, VA

·   Qualified for Nuclear Security Clearance, Safety, HAZMAT, Respirator, Confined-Space, & Radiation Protection Training

·   Responsible for regulating the crew to assure the tasks are safely and accurately completed.(Shift Lead)

·   Steam Generator Repair Tasks:  Manway Removal/Installation, TIG/Weld, and Plugging/Stabilization

·   Reactor Head Repair Tasks:  Control Rod Removal/Installation, and Non- Destructive Examinations

·   Repaired and calibrated equipment


7/00-01/01 Nuclear Field Technician    SPEC Group (sub-contractor for Framatome)    Lynchburg, VA

·   Pipe-End Decontamination Task: Installed Robotic Tool-Head into Pipe-End and Troubleshooting and Repairs

·   Platform Work Task:  Loading/Unloading of Tools and Troubleshooting/Repairs in Steam Generator


10/90-11/99    Utility Mechanic    Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation (Nuclear Power Station)         Lycoming, NY

·   Instrument & Control support for Control Room Project Component Installation

·   Decontamination Crew assigned to specific radiation areas within the plant



·   Dean’s List at SUNY Oneonta & ITT Technical Institute

·   Letters of commendation


Organizational and Problem Solving Skills:

·   Able to prioritize, operate proactively, and to work in a team environment

·   Able to handle challenges- with proven history of increased productivity

·   Self-starter, who learns quickly and applies initiative to get the job done

·   Strong problem solver and very detailed oriented with excellent analytical skills

·   Research and Data Analysis

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