Antonio J

Electrical Engineer - 13 Years of Experience - Near 63033


Electrical Engineer


Florissant, MO

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Antonio B. JenkinsHarris 4876 Cloverfield Trail Florissant, MO 63033 Mobile: (317) 385-3517  Home: (314) 395-1769 SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Mechanical professional with over 11 years experience in all phases of propulsion and auxiliaries equipment operation. Electronic/Electrical professional with over three years experience in wiring components, reading drawings/schematics, building and inventing circuitry, and working with high and low power Electical equipments, and control system (PLC’s, building management controls, HVAC, Air Handler). Expertise in troubleshooting both electrical and mechanical systems and providing necessary maintenance. Certified to safely transfer and transport refrigerants, and work with related equipment. Able to make difficult decisions in stressful situations. Excellent teacher and trainer, with the ability to be patient and work effectively with a wide range of personalities. . Career Profile: A highly skilled, talented and knowledgeable electronic/electrical engineering candidate with extensive knowledge in the field of electronics, electrical and mechanics. Looking for a position as electronic/electrical and mechanical engineer to utilize my skills and knowledge in a renowned organization. Professional strengths:  In-depth knowledge of electrical design , manufacturing processes and heat transfer  Enthusiastic, goal oriented and ability to work under pressure  Possess excellent organizational and presentation skills  Ability to operate machine elements and fluid mechanics  Possess extensive knowledge of electronic vibrations and thermodynamics  Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills  Ability to demonstrate and conduct presentations on different Electronic products  In-depth knowledge of material handling systems, racking and conveyors EXPERIENCE Mercy Hospital Electrical Tech III/Controls Engineer Tech III 2013-Present St.Louis, MO Electrical • Inspects, repairs, installs, modifies, and maintains electrical/electronic high ( 480V,277v) and low (220v,120v,110v or less) powered systems, circuits and equipment. • Performed testing, trouble shooting, maintence,start-up, shut-downs, transfering of load, and phase shifting on nine Delta Type (1500/2000 VA, 7500/12470 V, 3 Phase, Max 116 ampre) emergency Cummins Generators. • Serviced, tested, installed, monitored, programed, and maintained fire alarm systems according to Electrical code, and fire martial specifications. Controls • Assist with the design, test, troubleshoot, and the overseeing of implementation of new processes. • design and install retrofits to existing pneumatic and digital control systems,as well as troubleshoot hardware, software, and instrument problems. • create and implement new strategies to improve process efficiency, as well as supporting start-up activities. • responsible for creating and maintaining automation processes, in both Electrical/ Electronic and mechanical industries. ARMS, Inc. Electronics Technician 2011-2013 O’Fallon, MO • Assemble electrical control cabinets, and circuit boards for a variety of applications within the railroad industry, including performing wiring and component mounting according to electrical schematics. • Perform wiring, component mounting, and quality testing on control cabinets/circuit boards (power supplies). • Inspect all control cabinets to ensure proper wiring and to verify that all components are correctly placed. • Perform electrical and quality testing on all cabinets assembled. • Verify all cabinets’ ability to operate correctly under established resistance and voltage guidelines. • Certified for IPC-A-610 (Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies). • Perform electrical and quality testing on all cabinets assembled. • Verify all cabinets’ ability to operate correctly under established resistance and voltage guidelines. • Certified for IPC-A-610 (Acceptability of Electronic Assemblies). United States Navy Leading Auxiliary Operator/ Work Station Supervisor 2006-2010 USS John C. Stennis CVN74 Pacific Ocean Leadership • Instructed, supervised, and evaluated the performance of a crew up to 17 in daily operations. • Controlled and coordinated the operation of all machinery, equipment, and systems assigned to the Auxiliaries Division of the Engineering department. • Responsible to the Executive Manager for prompt notification of all significant problems encountered in the administration of the watch, and all casualties and malfunctions of assigned machinery, systems, and equipment. Quality Assurance & Inspection • Obtain hourly status reports from the Auxiliaries/Propulsion Division stations. • Conducted (4 hour) daily reviews of work station logs, both operating parameters and remarks. • Ensure any out of specifications equipment are promptly acted upon with proper corrective actions. • Maintained a plot of the chilled water loop configuration, and coordinated any changes with the technician. Technician • Monitor the proper operation of (10) 363 Ton York Marine Centrifugal Air Conditioning chilled Water Plants, and (5) 7 ½ -ton York refrigeration Compressors. • Performed organizational and intermediate maintenance on test equipment, and other Auxiliaries/Propulsion equipments. • Experienced in handling R-236FA and R-134A refrigerant. Recruiting Support/Placement Coordinator 2004-2006 MEPS Station Indianapolis, IN Recruiting Support • Co-hosted recruitment seminars for potential enlistment candidates. • Followed up by phone to verify their commitment to our organization. • Consistently surpassed recruitment quotas in our regional area. Placement Coordinator • Processed over 700 shipments of personal both domestically and overseas. • Guaranteed expeditious shipment and compliance to guidelines. • Mediated between recruiters and staff to maintain harmonious working relationships, and maximized recruitment job satisfaction within the limitations of the program. Boiler Operator Technician 2003-2006 USS Belleauwood LHA3 Pacific Ocean Technician • Monitor the proper operation of (2) 250,000 gallon water producing 6 stage evaporation system. • Established starting operational procedures for Fresh water and feed water consumption, including Aux exhaust, 29" hg vacuum and super heaters. • Experienced in performing tests for transferring and inventory of lubricating oils, fuels, and water; and estimating fuel, lube oil, and water requirements. • Repaired, installed, adjusted, modified, and tested propulsion systems and devices; including: de-aerating feed tank, force draft blowers, DFT, soot blowers, cross-connects, high pressure and low pressure Air compressor. Auxiliaries Operator/Boiler Operator Technician 1999-2003 USS Constellation CV64 Pacific Ocean • Operated the Catapult systems as the Leading Operator (Top watch). • Maintained Boiler Repairs- fire walls, refractory work, Burner nozzles, and boiler tubs. • Assisted with Auto Boiler Control technician work. EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS ITT Technical Institute Earth City, MO 09/13 – Present Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Technology Graduation date: June 2015 ITT Technical Institute Earth City, MO 09/10 – 09/12 Associate of Applied Science Degree in Computer and Electronics Engineering Technology GPA: 4.0 Kaplan University Davenport, IA 4/05 - 10/06 55 semester units pursuant of an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Criminal Justice United States Navy • Auxiliaries/Propulsion Plant Machinists Mate Class (A) School • Engineering Mechanical Core • Engineering Common core • EPA Refrigerant Certification