Electronic Mechanical Assembler


1303 North Norwood Street

Anaheim, CA 92805

Phone:  (714) 774-4039

Email: trungphamd@yahoo.com


Seeking for position in Electronics mechanical assemblers and test operator.



â—       Over 10 years experience in Final Assembly & Testing for Military & Professional Electronics Circuit Card Assemblies.

â—       Demonstrate a broad-ranged knowledge of assembly testing and inspection techniques

â—       Complete assignments under minimal supervision; work well independently.

â—       Hardworking, reliable and flexible; willing to work long hours and additional shifts to satisfy customer requirements

â—       Detail and results-oriented; enjoy learning new skills; strive to increase productivity and efficiency levels



â—      Knowledge of MIL specification and Medical assembly requirement.

â—      Certification for Conformal Coat and Gun hardening at L3-IEC

â—      Completed training and certification to J-STD-001 and IPC-A-610 at L3-IEC

â—      Academic knowledge of resister color coding, component marking, component value, tolerance, regulatory (UL, FCC, CSA, etc.) Identification, etc.  Electronic Assembly

â—      Familiar with Printer Circuit Boards, Optics, Wiring, Soldering, Cables, Blueprint Reading

â—      Experienced with touch-up, re-work, hand soldering and wave solder machine.



October 2010 – June 2013

             Mechanical, Operator / Assembler                         L-3 Communications, Anaheim CA

  • Performed CCA (Circuit Card Assembly) conformal coating and inspected per MIL-Specification.
  • Performed Gun Hardening and Final / Sub-Assembly modules for Military products
  • Performed Final Assembly for GPS Electronic Devices – Military Products
  • Obtained certification for JST-STD-001 and IPC-A-610D


March 2002-November 2008

            Mechanical Inspector, Test Operator and Repair             Qlogic, Aliso Viejo, CA

â—      Conducted extensive testing on network boards to determine functionality (differential, copper, fiber channel)

â—      Generated defect report indicating specified defect code and inputted into data repository for trending

â—      Diagnosed and troubleshooted returned network boards based on customer failure reports and upgraded or repaired units to satisfy customer requests

â—      Performed final inspection based on requirements of A.Q. L. (Applied Quality Level.)

â—      Assembled units strictly adhering to Bill of Materials (BOM) specifications and Applied Part Level (APL)

â—      Assured all units (boards, cables and chips) contained corresponding kits and were cosmetically free of defects prior to packing for shipping


March 1999-January 2002                                                          Powerwave, Santa Ana, CA

Sr. Mechanical Assembler

â—      Assembled new packaging machinery, rebuilt units and modified existing equipment

â—      Maintained, troubleshot and repaired a variety of packaging line equipment  

â—      Made adjustments, replaced parts and a variety of mechanical units 

â—      Read work orders, assembly, schematic drawings, part list, EO, and received verbal instructions regarding work assignments

November1997-January1999                                                     Incirt Technology, Irvine, CA

           Solder Operator / Assembler

â—      Performed assembly stuffing

â—      Hand soldered BIOS IC’s connectors onto surface mounted Printed Circuit Boards

â—      Reworked rejected component boards to specifications



March 1996-August 1997                                                          Toshiba, Irvine, CA

Quality Control Inspector

â—      Performed inspection of computers to ensure compliance to MAI’s and workmanship standards

â—      Verified kit accuracy prior to assembly

â—      Checked rework performed on all assemblies

â—      Verified proper component configuration

â—      Provided guidance to assembly and rework personnel as required

  • ID#: 82419
  • Location: Anaheim, CA , 92805

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