Passively Looking for Educator/Instructor/Technical Writer/Shop Foreman jobs and is willing to relocate for the right position.
Having taught 5 years fulltime and 8 years part time, I specialize in automotive electrical and electronic systems and subsystems. A degree in electronics; constantly keeping abreast of current technologies in the automotive field, I consider myself an authority in troubleshooting todays cars. Basic electrical, electronic fuel injection, direct fuel injection, ignition, emission, ABS, SRS, HVAC, and CAN systems are some of the courses I have taught. As a master tech in the field for over 35 years, I am fully versed in all aspects of the automobile.
Currently I work on industrial electrical/electronic equipment which involve the use of multiple BUS syetms and numerous control systems and motors to achieve the end result.
Tools and Equipment
Scan tools are obviously a requirement in repairing todays cars. Having a quality scan tool that can read scan information is a must in order to diagnose todays cars (I have Snap-On equipment). Also a requirement, an oscilloscope; It's impossible troubleshooting todays cars without having the whole picture. If you can't see the wave form, how do you know what you really have. I own a Fluke 98 scope meter; by far the tool with the most bang for the buck. The logic probe, test light and a basic DVOM are also a requirement for todays techs to quickly diagnose common electrical issues. In addition, I have a "libary" of specalty books and manuals on automotive and electrical/elctronic topics and principles; a must to know what you're dealing with.
Student - Electronics Technology Degree
AA Degree in Electronics Technology; currently working on a degree in Internet Technology (IT) field. Have taken numerous courses at Catonsville Community College, automotive course work.
Profile last updated Oct 10, 2020.