David Osenga

David Osenga
1095 Vinyard Dr.
Oregon, WI 53575 US
Home: (608) 835-3410 Cellular: (608) 444-5286


Resume Number: 6502450
Career Focus: Manufacturing & Production / Healthcare & Medical / Science & Biotech
Position Type(s): Full-Time
Salary: $50000.00 – $70000.00
Experience: 15 – 20 Years
Education: 2-Year College Degree
Citizenship: U.S. Citizen
Security Clearance: None
Willingness to Relocate: Within Mid West
Travel Preference: Light Travel
Travel Distance: 1 Hour
Keywords: PLC, HMI process implementation


Process control / Instrumentation technician

Objective: Seeking an Instrumentation position with a professional and challenging work environment, which utilizes instrumentation technology and training.

Qualifications: Complete maintenance and production support for a company which produces starter cultures for the cheese, yogurt and dietary supplement industries. Exclusive instrument control experience and training with a major mid-western public utility’s nuclear facility. Work experience complemented by an Associates Degree in Instrumentation Technology. A results and team oriented professional with strong analytical, problem solving, and troubleshooting skills.

Experience: Danisco U.S.A. Incorporated – Madison, Wisconsin
Instrumentation Technician. 2003-Present
– Maintained plant instrument calibrations and preventative maintenance program.
– Completed all facets of capital projects to include: Identifying processes to upgrade, equipment to complete the upgrade, bids from vendors, designing panels using AutoCAD, editing and writing PLC programs for various projects.
– Coordinated several project implementations including overseeing process fabrication and operation development.
– Supported Allen Bradley SLC 500 series controllers, Micrologix, and Pico contollers.
– Supported Allen Bradley Panelviews to include adding analog parameters, panels, and process indications to better support operator tasks.
– Installed Yokogawa paperless recorders approved by the FDA to include: Choosing the proper recorder, designing the process and parameters to include the modules web server, developed training and trained operators and supervisors on all facets required for the operation of the recorders. Worked with the I.T. department to establish the FTP protocol to allow proper data transfer.

Uniek Incorporated – Waunakee, Wisconsin
Lead Maintenance Mechanic. 2001-2003
– Support plant operations and maintenance for high volume frame production.
– Edit and troubleshoot Allen Bradley, Mitsubishi, and Siemens Programmable Logic Controllers.
– Developed production line layouts and supervised multiple shifts in successful installations.
– Train line personnel how to operate prototype machinery safely and efficiently.
– Troubleshoot all facets of plant equipment to include: Thermocouple and RTD temperature control devices, solid state and relay control logic, Programming of vendor specific computer applications.
– An active participant of the plant safety committee.

Hobbs Corporation – An Invensys Company – Springfield, Illinois
Master Electrician. 1999 – 2000
Electrical Experience:
– Worked with engineering to overhaul an automated brass base staking/soldering machine. This included designing safety features for operator safety and maintaining a high production capability.
– Lead maintenance department in completing production cell relocations.
– Assisted in maintaining the molding department largely via self-instruction of various injection molding equipment. This included gaining knowledge of the drying and molding processes and troubleshooting mechanical or technical problems. These goals were accomplished individually or as a team to include vendor support.
– Completed an Omron programmable logic control class on basic programming.
Offered by the Richard Greene Company.

David M. Osenga 1095 Vineyard Drive – Oregon, Wisconsin 53575 – (608) 835-3410

Experience: American Packaging Corporation – Columbus, Wisconsin
Maintenance Technician. 1998 – 1999
(Continued) Maintenance Experience:
– Troubleshoot and repaired plant equipment to include: Plant presses, slitters,
incinerators, air conditioners, and the plant air supply.
– Worked alone and as part of a team to complete tasks which supported the plant.
– Completed “Training the Trainer” a Fred Pryor seminar.

ComEd Company – Zion, Illinois
Instrumentation “A” Mechanic. 1994 – 1998
Instrumentation Experience:
– Lead work crews to complete tasks supporting plant operations.
– Calibrate electronic and pneumatic control loops for plant support. Loops
monitor and modulate steam flow and feed flow for nuclear reactors and
boiler systems. Other processes include chemistry, plant instrument air, water
treatment, pH, conductivity, and back up power production.
– Performed work while interfacing on the Westinghouse Distributive Process Family
system (WDPF).
– Traveled to another ComEd facility to assist in a refueling outage and completed multiple tasks including: assisting in start up of new Bailey Infi 90 system, troubleshooting hvac and other processes calibrated during the outage.

Instrumentation “B” Mechanic. 1991 – 1994
Instrumentation Experience:
– Graduated from ComEd Companys Production Training Center to Instrumentation “A”
Mechanic status.
– Maintained Instrument shop’s test equipment, and calibrated gauges to support
mechanical, electrical, and engineering departments.

Education: Rockwell Automation
2005 – 2006
Courses taken with Rockwell Automation:
– SLC 500 Programming and Advanced programming classes.
– PanelView Application Development.

Master Graphics
Course taken with Mater Graphics:
– AutoCAD 2006 Level 1

Madison Area Technical College
2001 – 2003
Courses taken while attending Madison Area Technical College:
– General courses: English Composition and Accounting.
– One semester of Visual Basic programming and network cabling and topologies.

Lincoln Land Community College
1999 – 2000
Courses taken while attending Lincoln Land Community College:
– Business information processing through Microsoft applications.
Applications included: Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
– Successfully completed an introduction to networking, which assisted me in
passing Microsoft’s Networking essentials exam 70-058.
David M. Osenga 1095 Vineyard Drive – Oregon, Wisconsin 53575 – (608) 835-3410

Education: – Completed courses, which introduce and take an in depth, look into the working of Novell’s NetWare 4.11 and Windows NT Server 4.0.
ComEd Corporation – Zion, Illinois
1991 – 1998
Courses taken at ComEd: (This is not a complete list.)
– Studied and applied pneumatic, electrical, and process control in classroom settings
under general and component specific applications.
– Attended both ComEd and vendor training. Tested and passed to received a Type
IV Universal Certification by the Environmental Protection Agency.
– Took part in a comprehensive course in human error reduction.

Mid-State Technical College – Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
Associate Degree in Instrumentation Technology, 1991

North Central Technical College – Wausau, Wisconsin
1988 – 1989

Interests: Some interests include computers, hunting, fishing.
Activities are scuba diving, golf, and downhill skiing.

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