Robert V. Meyers 5590 Maverick Road Middleburg, Florida 32068 Phone: (904) 783-1984 Email: [email protected]
QUALIFICATIONS Computer literate with a working knowledge of word processing, data base, and gr aphics programs. High mechanical aptitude with experience in automobile maintenance and repair, w ood working, minor electrical work, general plumbing and general building mainte nance and repair. CDL Class A drivers license M620-778-53-420-0 FL, with endorsements for doubles, triples, tankers, and hazardous materials. Transportation Worker Identificatio n Credential (TWIC) Expires 20SEP2013. Licensed forklift driver.
EDUCATION 12/1993 - 9/1994 Florida Technical College, Jacksonville, Florida AS in Electronics and Computer Technology 9/1979 University of the State of New York, Albany, New York AS in General Science 9/1971 Wolfson High School, Jacksonville, Florida General Education
EMPLOYMENT 6/2001-9/2009 Heavy Truck Driver, Grimes Trucking Services, Inc., Jacksonville , Florida. Pick up and delivery of mainly drop and hook loads from port facilities, rail y ards, and warehouses in the local Jacksonville/Duval County area. Over the road deliveries to customer sites in Florida and Georgia. 6/1998-5/ 2001 General Contractor, Best Power Technology, Inc., Necedah, Wiscon sin. Contracted directly with Best Power Technology Inc., P.O.Box 11, Necedah, Wiscon sin. Responsible for the repair and maintenance of Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS ). UPS field service operations include installation, start-up, trouble-shootin g, repair, and scheduled maintenance of single-phase UPS units ranging from 700V A to 18KVA. Scheduled maintenance of UPS units included load testing, trouble-s hooting and replacement of individual batteries and battery strings. 12/1997-6/1998 ida. Security Officer, Wells Fargo Guard Service, Jacksonville, Flor
6/1997-6/1998 Electronics Repair Technician, Marketware Associates, Inc., Jack sonville, Florida. Contracted with Best Power Technology Inc., P.O.Box 11, Necedah, Wisconsin. Responsible for the repair and maintenance of Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS
). UPS field service operations include installation, start-up, trouble-shootin g, repair, and scheduled maintenance of single-phase UPS units ranging from 700V A to 18KVA. Scheduled maintenance of UPS units included load testing, trouble-s hooting and replacement of individual batteries and battery strings. 6/1996-6/1997 Support Technician, Museum of Science and History, Jacksonville, Florida. Responsible for installation, repair, and maintenance for museum lighting, sound , and computer systems. General museum maintenance. 9/1994-6/1996 Electronics Repair Technician, Allen Computing Devices, Jacksonv ille, Florida. Contracted with Pyxis Corporation, responsible for the repair and maintenance of electronics and power back-up equipment for a computer controlled pharmacy and supply station setup for hospitals and nursing homes. Work on this system invol ves mechanical repair of assemblies, computer repair and modification, Local Are a Network (LAN) communication problem trouble-shooting, and installation and con figuration of new equipment. 5/1993-12/1993 Delivery Truck Driver, J. C. Penney Company, Orange Park, Flori da. Responsible for the delivery of furniture and large catalog items to customers. 4/1992-5/1993 Truck Driver, Holmes Lumber Company, Jacksonville, Florida. Responsible for the delivery to construction sites of wide/hazardous loads compr ised of roof and floor trusses for new construction. 2/1992-4/1992 OTR Truck Driver, Rocor Transportation Companies, Inc. (RTC Trans portation), Forest Park, Georgia. Nationwide over the road transportation of refrigerated loads. 6/1971-1/1992 Aviation Ordnanceman, United States Navy, Naval Air Station Cecil Field, Jacksonville, Florida. Held Top Secret security clearance. Supervised the operation of aviation ordnance shops during the preparation and l oading of aviation munitions on aircraft. AO-8327, A-7E/TA-7C, System Organizational Maintenance Technician. AO-8351, TA-4J, System Organizational Maintenance Technician. Supervised weapons storage facilities for receipt, build-up, issue, and inventor y of weapons and related equipment. Quality Assurance Representative, Collateral Duty Inspector, and Safety Petty Of ficer for ordnance and related systems. Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD), Cecil Field, Florida, K-Poo l Supervisor. Responsible for receipt, issue, inventory, and shipment of armame nt equipment pool assets in support of squadrons, aircraft carriers, and shore s tations. Multiple/Triple Ejector Rack (MER/TER) Work Center Supervisor, AIMD. Guns/Linkless Ammunition Loading System (LALS) Work Center Supervisor, AIMD.