My Resume Dec. 2007


Jerry W. Daugherty

W9FS@w9fs.com

Cell: 574-287-9549


OBJECTIVE: An opportunity at a professional level to utilize experience, education, personal skills and techniques in achieving company objectives.

QUALIFICATIONS: Extensive background in electronics, computers, management, and some sales involvement.

Proficient with DOS, Windows 95, 98, ME, XP and Microsoft Office 2000.

Talent for identifying organizational objectives, establishing goals and priorities to achieve them…comprehensive knowledge of administrative support procedure.

Articulate and persuasive in verbal and written presentations…ability to interact with people at all levels…posses a strong multicultural understanding.

Ability to meet quotas and deadlines… can work inside budget and time constraints without sacrifice to quality, performance or results.

A motivated self-starter who is comfortable in roles of leadership or collaborating with others to get the job done…adapts easily to new concepts and can precisely follow instructions.

A competent, reliable, and committed professional with a strong record of success in positions of responsibility…an excellent company representative.


2002 to Present

INDIANA PAGING NETWORK, ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Redesign transmitters to last longer, modify equipment to be more efficient and to be faster.

 

2001 -2002

INDIANA STATE TOLL ROAD, TELECOMM TECHNICIAN

Duties were to maintain Motorola Microwave system, State Police two way radios, System telephones and intercom systems at toll booths.

 

1997 - 2001

ARCH COMMUNICATIONS, SENIOR SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN -

Duties are to install and maintain paging transmitters in the northern third of the state. Maintain a 75,000 subscriber Glenayre paging terminal. Work with and resolve telco T1 and DID trunk problems. Train technical staff. Transmitters include Motorola, Quintron, and Glenayre in the mid and high band, VHF, UHF, and 900 Mhz.

 

1992 - 1997

EMERGENCY RADIO SERVICE, PORTABLE TECHNICIAN and MANAGER -

Duties included the repair of portable handheld radios to component level and the programming of these radios. Managing the Elkhart shop of eight personnel which included coordinating and scheduling of service, installations, and emergency calls. SMR site manager. Designing new systems and the Certification of installed systems. Maintaining two county 911 Centracom II systems plus one city Centracom II console for this Motorola MSS shop. Maintain Unipage, Page Bridge, and Zetron paging terminals.

 

1990 - 1992

J & K COMMUNICATIONS, FIELD SERVICE TECHNICIAN -

Repair and maintained portable handheld radios, mobile, and base radios to component level. Including Uniden, Midland, Motorola, GE/Ericson, and Kenwood at bench and remote locations. Install and service Zetron dispatch consoles.

 

1988 - 1990

COMMUNICATIONS MAINTENANCE Inc., FIELD SERVICE TECHNICIAN -

Duties included the installation and repair on mobile radios, base stations, repeaters, and dispatch consoles

 

1981 - 1988

TERMINAL DATA CORPORATION, FIELD ENGINEER - ASST. AREA MANAGER -

Duties included the installation and service of computer controlled microfilm equipment, coordinating preventive maintenance and service calls over a six state area. Acted as Area Manager in his absence.

 

1980 - 1981

R. E. T. S. ELECTRONICS INSTITUTE, CLASSROOM & LAB INSTRUCTOR -

Teach basic electronics, digital and computer fundamentals. Evaluate student progression and counseling. Design lab experiments for the microprocessor block.

 

1972 - 1980

LERCO CORPORATION, SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER -

Design and maintain industrial drilling equipment, flame-cutting equipment and large saws using CNC and DNC controllers.


1963 - 1972

United States Air Force. Staff Sergeant E5.

Computer / Digital Equipment Maintenance Supervisor.

Some of the equipment I was trained on and maintained, SR71 on board computer and SDS 360 (IBM360) computer, AN/FYQ-40 Radar digitizer and computer, AN/FTC high speed telephone/communications network. GPA-73 Radar digitizer. 465L High-speed digital communications network.

Received the Air Force Commendation metal


EDUCATION: High School graduate and two years of college.

Extensive training in the Air Force 1963-1972 in Electronics, Computers, and Management.

Graduate Associate's degree Electronic Engineering "Capital Radio Engineering Institute".

And the standard courses at the School of Hard Knocks.


PERSONAL DATA: DOB: March 7, 1944

Height: 6' 0"

Weight: 240

Single

Hobby: Amateur radio, computers, camping

Available for: Travel and/or relocation

Credentials: FCC General Radiotelephone Operator License