Low Voltage Contractor

Title:  Low Voltage Contractor
Address:  Denver, Boulder, Ft collins/Colorado/United States
Posted on:  November 3, 2016
Experience:  6
Education:  2 Year College
Bio Brief: 
Description: 

Chris Leonard

930 e 8th Avenue, Broomfield, CO 80020

720-270-4212, [email protected]

 

OBJECTIVE            

To obtain a position with a reputable company with the ability for advancement where I can utilize my education, experiences and skills.

 

CERTIFICATES       

High Reliability Soldering Certificate, July 2006

FCC license with radar endorsement Element 1, 2007

Bendix King Certificates:  KNS 80, KT 76/78, KFC 200, 2007

 

EDUCATION                         

A.O.S. Advanced Electronics Technology/Avionics, September 2007

Redstone College, Broomfield, CO

  • 3.74 GPA
  • 2100 hours, 50% hands-on training
  • Familiar with FAR 1, 91, 121, 135, 145 and NTSB 830 operational and documentation procedures.
  • Advanced aircraft systems and integration for Boeing 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, 777 and Airbus 320/319.
  • Avionics major navigation and communications systems with Bench, Line/Check and Install/Modification Levels (complete system list available upon request):

-DME                                              -Autopilot                              -FAN’s/TAWS, LAAS & WAAS

-Weather Radar                           -Transponder                        -EGPWS

-Comm/NAV                                  -VHF                                        -FMS

-GPS, EGPS, DGPS                         -EICAS/ECAM                        -EFIS

-INS/IRS                                          -Satcom                                  -ACARS

  • Utilized advanced test equipment including Digital Multimeter, Digital Oscilloscope, Sweep Function Generator, KTS-151, ATC-600A, RD-300, IFR-401C/402AP, Busmaster 2100, TDR, SWR Meters and Michel 1500.

 

Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), August 2000 – May 2001

Bollman Occupational Center, Thornton, CO

 

RELATED EXPERIENCE                         

Audio/Visual Technician, January 2015- present.

Ÿ   Sub contractor, Denver metro/Ft Collins, Boulder.

Ÿ   Mount t.v.’s on walls with brackets

Ÿ   Provide cable drops from t.v. locations.

Ÿ   Install wireless access points from data closets.

Ÿ   pull wire from various locations to racks.

Ÿ   Install home theater systems.

 

Audio/Visual Technician, June 2011 – December 2013

Linx Multimedia, Denver, CO

  • Install various audio & visual equipment in commercial construction projects
  • Read blue prints and layouts
  • Terminate various connectors and components
  • Troubleshoot any bad connectors or equipment
  • Run and terminate cat5e, cat6, rgb, rg6, 22/2, 18/2, and axlink
  • Neatly dress and terminate wires to equipment in racks.

 

Electrician Apprentice, June 2010 – February 2011

Titan Electric, Denver, CO

  • Installed conduit, wires, fixtures and other electrical systems in commercial buildings
  • Utilized knowledge to handle many different tools such as power and basic hand tools, pipe benders, and multimeters.
  • Able to read blue prints and schematics

 

Avionics Bench Technician, September 2007 – December 2008

Air Methods, Centennial, CO

  • Trained on installing wires on multiple components and wire harnesses for helicopters
  • Built, tested, and troubleshot different systems for the military such as the litter lift system, junction boxes, side post panels, lift motors, and cables for the Blackhawk and Styker medical armored vehicles
  • Assisted co-workers on solving problems with various projects
  • Familiar with various wire diagrams, schematics, and e.c.o.’s incorporated with them
  • Installed wires and avionics systems in helicopters such as EC-135, EC-145, and A-Stars

 

Electrician Apprentice, January 2004 – September 2005

Quality Electric, Northglenn, CO

  • Trained on installation of wires and electrical system set ups in residential housing
  • Helped supervise crew while foreman was absent
  • Trained in safety procedures (MSDS, OSHA rules)

 

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE

Shift Manager/Driver, February 2002 – Present

Blackjack Pizza, Thornton, CO

  • Assist route drivers on their deliveries
  • Ensure food preparation is completely in a timely and efficient manner
  • Supervise crew members during shift
  • Deliver pizzas when needed
  • Maintain a clean and safe store to ensure all sanitary and safety guidelines are met

 

MECHANICAL SKILLS                                          

Strong background on working with various tools and electronics

Received training from a master technician mechanic on proper tool handling and automobile maintenance

Experience operating and maintaining tractors, hay stackers, and large mowers

Install stereos in cars and home entertainment systems