Jerry Lee Coleman Jr.

Career Summary: 35 Years Working Directly with Prototype Development in Electronic/Mechanical Engineering. Production Management / Test, Information Technology, Database Management, WEB Integration. Desktop Support – Preparing, Repairing, and Upgrading PCs, Troubleshooting / Providing User Support. Field Engineering – Representing Out of State Companies as Onsite Field Engineer. Feature Set: Leadership Mentality Pay Close Attention to Detail Need Little, If Any, Supervision Highly Creative, and Innovative, Problem Solver Capable of Following Sensible Instructions and Procedures Electronic/Electrical Troubleshooting Skills (System to a Component Level) Testing Skills Laboratory/Production (Component Level to a System Level) A+ Certification MAC & PC (Verification Number 718DTT2062) Skills / Equipment: Blueprint Reading, Electrical / Electronic Tools & Test Equipment, Multi‐Meter, Oscilloscope, PROM Burner, Power Meter, Distortion Meter, Impedance Meter, Modulation Meter, Signal Generator, RF Generator, RF Modulator, Spectrum Analyzer, Network Analyzer, Diagnostic Computers, PC Compatible Computers, Network Sniffer, Micro Controllers, Gate Arrays, Chipsets, Programmable Array Logic, Program Logic Control, Assembly Language, C / C++, Visual Studio, NetBeans IDE, HTML5, CSS3, Java, Microsoft (ASP) & Apache (PHP) WEB Servers, Microsoft SQL & MySQL Servers, WordPress CMS, Internet Navigation, Technical Writing, Computer Literate, Graphics Software, MS‐DOS, Windows 3.11, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Unix, Linux, QNX, Microsoft Office (All Applications). Experience Detail: www.AskJer.com ‐ Technical Consultant/Field Service Representative: 12/2011 – Present Onsite Field Service Representative for National Companies with Clients in the Wasatch Front Area Surrounding Salt lake City, Utah Desktop/Tablet/Smart‐Phone Dynamic WEB Integration, Social Media Networking, Local Business True “White Hat” Search Engine Optimization, Hardware/Software/Firmware Diagnoses, Debugging and Redesign. THE PARVUS CORP ‐ Electronics Engineering: 12/2008 – 12/2011 Electronics Engineering in a High Paced Production Environment. Re‐Writing Work Instructions, to Improve Work Flow, and Correct Original Engineering Errors. Software Engineering as Needed to Test Electronic Devices. Preparing and Maintaining PCs (Both Windows and Linux) for all Production Test Stations Used to Test Electronic Devices as Required. ALUMATEK / STEEL ROLLING DOOR Assistant Shop Forman / Project Management / Purchasing / Receiving / Shipping : 12/2005 – 12/2008 Prioritizing Employee’s Project Work Throughout Each Day. Prioritizing Project Schedules to Insure Delivery Date for Each Project is Met. Purchasing Supplies to Meet Multiple Project Schedules. Verifying all Supplies Purchased are Received as Ordered and Insuring Accounts Payable were Accurate and Paid by Purchase Order Agreed Due Dates. Researching and Selecting Most Economical and Accurate Carriers for Shipping Finished Products. SELF EMPLOYED ‐ Mobile Support Technician: 9/2000 – 12/2005 Providing Solutions to Home and Small Business PC Users. Creating WEB Sites, Custom Build of New PCs, Upgrading Existing PCs, Onsite Service and Support of PCs. THE PARVUS CORP ‐ Systems Engineering: 5/1998 – 9/2000 Systems Integration of Embedded PC/104 Prototype Computers, Control Systems & Networked Devices. BECTON DICKINSON ‐ Support Technician: 3/1997 – 5/1998 Upgrading Networked Workstations, Network Support, Help Line & Onsite User Support. INTERSTATE BUSINESS PRODUCTS ‐ Support/Installation Technician: 2/1996 – 3/1997 Onsite Installation & Service of Business Machines, Credit Card Embossing Machines, Automated Mailing Equipment, Electronic Scales, Paper Shredders and Folders, Etc. PACKARD BELL ‐ Hardware Support Technician: 2/1995 – 2/1996 Hardware Technical Support & Windows `95 Configuration Specialist. VARIAN ASSOCIATES ‐ Materials Handling: 9/1994 – 2/1995 Purchasing, Preparing, and Expediting Material for X‐Ray Vacuum Tube Assemblies. APPLEGATE HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATES ‐ Maintenance Technician: 4/1994 – 9/1994 Electrical, Electronic, Maintenance, Grounds, and Custom Woodwork. EVANS & SOUTHERLAND ‐ Electronic Assembly: 8/1993 – 4/1994 Implementing Engineering Changes to Graphics Accelerator System. HARMON MUSIC GROUP ‐ Electronic Assembly: 2/1993 – 8/1993 Electro‐Mechanical Assembly of Live Musical Entertainment Equipment. SELF EMPLOYED 5/1990 – 2/1993 Programming IBM PCs & Compatibles – Assembly Language, C & C++ Language, Tutor for IBM PCs & Compatibles MS‐DOS, MS‐ Windows 3.11, Word Perfect, Lotus, dBase II, III, IV, and all Other Software That Runs Under MS‐DOS or MS‐Windows 3.11. UNISYS ‐ Electronic Assembly: 1/1990 – 5/1990 TRAC/170 Defense Contract Electro‐Mechanical Assembly of a Microwave Radio Telecommunication System. Self Employed: 7/1987 – 1/1990 Programming IBM PCs & Compatibles – Assembly Language, C & C++ Language, Tutor for IBM PCs & Compatibles MS‐DOS, MS‐ Windows 3.11, Word Perfect, Lotus, dBase II, III, IV, and all Other Software That Runs Under MS‐DOS or MS‐Windows 3.11. COLMEK SYSTEMS ENGINEERING ‐ Electronic Technician: 2/1986 – 7/1987 Tested & Repaired Radio Telemetry for Prototype Under‐Water, Remote Control, Mine Neutralization Vehicle for U.S. Navy (Prototype phase completed, and implemented). TEXSCAN / MSI / COMPUVID ‐ Electronic Technician: 6/1983 – 2/1986 Tested & Repaired Character Generation Equipment and Commercial insertion Equipment for Cable Television Industry. Education / Training: 35 Years Continuing Experience in Hardware & Software Engineering, Production, Manufacturing, and Customer Service (Including Modern ISO and AS9100 Manufacturing Standards and Environments). Associates Degree: Electrical/Electronic Technology Major: Electronics – Minor: Computer Science Graduated: 5/1983

May 232019
 

I have two principles of faith.

#1) The Universe Does, and Will, Unfold as it Should.

#2) Chaos IS, the Perfect Order.

This is the foundation upon which this blog rests its perspective.

If one can wrap their head around these two principles, everything is always “Perfect”!

Even when my world seems to be unraveling, or finding its way to some kind of hell that awaits, my perspective remains “PERFECT! … damn it … just Perfect!” 🙂

Every ice cube will one day melt, so too, our best laid plans, achievements, and rocks upon which we’ve built all things. We are all just “Castles Made of Sand”, but “Now” is our time to be here, in this moment. The “Now” experience eludes the mind, crowded out by wrongs of yesterday and fear of what we think may happen tomorrow.

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