MR Technical Support
MR Technical Support – Siemens Medical Solutions
• Honorably discharged from an elite Airborne Field Artillery unit in the US Army.
• AAS CEET from ITT-Technical institute.
• Field service installations and maintenance support.
• Proficient with SAP, MS Office applications and various software.
• Make numerous and difficult decisions under stressful conditions.
Volo, IL 60073
MR Technical Support Siemens Medical Solutions Wood Dale, IL
June 2011 to Present
3 – Magnetic Resonance Refurbish Group, 855 North Wood Dale Road, Wood dale IL, 60191, June 2011 to Present.
Siemens Medical Solutions: MR ISE 2 – Magnetic Resonance Installation Service Engineer, 221 Gregson Drive, Cary, NC 27511.
Responsible for Refurbish/Initial installation set-up/start-up/test evaluation of Siemens Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machines. Performs magnet ramping in a high magnetic field environment, magnet shimming, tune-up, calibrations, Quality Assurance tests, trail scans, image evaluation, troubleshooting, repairs and retrofitting upgrades of hardware and software. Replacement of 4K and 10K coldheads. Monitor and maintain the status of major operating systems including safety, electronics, high magnetic fields, handling cryogenics (liquid helium and nitrogen), glycol/water-cooling chiller, compressors, RF transmitters, AC/DC 3 phase power. Performs complex product and service training to customers and hospital staff/technicians. Maintains initial and operational documentation of all installations, inspections, testing, failures, replacement of parts, service tools and test equipment. Daily interface with customers, contractors, venders, hospital staff, medical personnel to provide quality service and feedback on problem evaluation and resolution. Performs assessment of complex product/equipment performance based on field support data and recommends modifications or improvements. All work performed in accordance with safety regulations, schematics, blueprints, 5S, SOPs and TMs. Intimate knowledge of HIPAA, LOTO, ALARA, regulatory compliance with FDA and OSHA. All work performed with meticulous attention to detail. 100% travel Domestic and International.
Cyclotron Operations – Nuclear Pharmacy Accelerator Technician G.E. Healthcare/Medical Diagnostics Arlington Heights, IL
July 2010 to July 2011
3350 Ridge Road, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60143, July 2010 – July 2011.
Responsible for the mechanical set-up/start-up of multiple cyclotron nuclear particle accelerators (TR30-1, TR30-2 and MC40), maintain beam transport lines by way of tuning ion sources, target bombardment and delivery, shut down and maintenance operations according to (TMs) Technical Manuals and (SOPs) Standard Operation Procedures. Monitor and maintain the status of major operating systems including safety, PLC’s, hydraulics, high magnetic fields, high vacuum, turbo pumps, cryogenics (liquid nitrogen), water-cooling, high-power RF transmitters, conveyors, robotics, automated machinery and AC/DC power. Delivery of various radioisotopes including (Indium, Thallium, Iodine, and Xenon). Daily use of dosimetry, radiation monitoring and measurement readings. Basic knowledge of 5S philosophy and lean/six sigma-manufacturing environment, GMP, LOTO and ALARA. Regulatory compliance with FDA, OSHA, IEMA and DEA. Working knowledge of various Allen Bradley PLC. Part of a team that is involved in building a new 50 million dollar TR30-2 cyclotron nuclear particle accelerator. All work performed with meticulous attention to detail.
Litening Targeting System – Senior Electro-Optical/Infrared Test Technician Northrop Grumman Rolling Meadows, IL
January 2008 to July 2010
600 Hicks Road, Rolling Meadows, Illinois 60008, January 2008 – July 2010.
Responsible for the tests, evaluation, troubleshooting, repairs, retrofitting, and installation of electro-optical/servo-mechanical assemblies and subassemblies of considerable complexity. Perform electronic tests on production and field returned class IV lasers, CCD/TV and FLIR infrared cameras, transmission of RF datalinks. Analyze and troubleshoot to determine source and solution for all equipment parts, hardware/software malfunctions, conduct routine engineering tests and detailed experimental testing, perform calibration checks on all parts/equipment/tools using spectrum analyzers, oscilloscopes, power meters and network analyzers. Work involves practical electronic EO – RF – IR theory and electronics tools. Operate from schematics, diagrams, rough sketches, verbal instructions, as well as from formal test, standard operations procedures and process control documents. Analyze and diagnose computer related problems and proficient with all MS Office applications. All work performed with meticulous attention to detail.
13B2P, Howitzer Section Chief United States Army
January 1999 to June 2005
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