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3327 West 126 Street Cleveland, Ohio 44111
Dynamic electronic technician possessing extensive experience important to supporting a
field service atmosphere, can easily resolve customer complaints, concerns or issues as
well as promote products and services
Checked functioning of newly installed equipment at customer sites to evaluate system
performance under actual operating conditions. In addition, can multi-task through
various assignments such as operating computer software answer service calls
Can schedule maintenance visits, maintain detailed service reports, order spare parts and
assist co-workers to ensure that quality performance checks were met.
Schedule Service Calls
Spare Parts Inventory Management
Phone Customer Support
Certificate ID: WN2B9X2CB5F0
Locating Info SC 76 Lev 4
Reading For Info SC 80 Lev 5
Applied Math SC 80 Lev 5
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Towards Employment Networks4 Success September 2016 Cleveland, OH
San Juan Technical Institute AA Electronics May 1982 San Juan, PR
Yauco Vocational School Electronics May 1979 Yauco, PR