voice: 206 760 8619 .
email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Responsible for a coherent range of operations, manufacturing,
and engineering services, working directly on design, technical
documentation, hands-on production, and enterprise-wide engineering database
development tasks, as well as team leadership.
Recognized by my co-workers as broadly skilled, thorough, hard-working,
organized, and collaborative.
Usual roles include:
- operations management
- engineering project management
- engineering documentation and transfer to turn-key manufacturing
- components purchasing and inventory control (MRP)
- schematic entry
- printed circuit board (PCB) design and coordinated mechanical design
- PCB fabrication and assembly supervision
- technical writing and editing
- systems administration for computers and networks
- product release and support
SMALL SYSTEMS Co.
- Berkeley - 1997-present
Providing engineering, documentation, and management services to an
international list of clients.
ULTRACAD DESIGN Inc.
- Bellevue - 1998
UltraCAD Design is a PCB design house offering fast turn, high density
designs with attention to high performance signal integrity. Designed PCBs
and documented their post-production process.
- Berkeley - 1991-1997
Director of Operations, Director of Manufacturing
This team produced advanced high speed parallel processing hardware
and software using field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) as reconfigurable
computing engines. Recognized as the pioneering development platform for
- Built the infrastructure for this company from scratch.
Managed operations, inventory, engineering documentation, and
manufacturing. Brought two generations of design from concept to
completion, manufacture, and market.
- Designed printed circuit
boards for both product lines.
- Co-editor for software documentation of the first product line,
- Member of the founding team.
ARRAY TECHNOLOGIES Inc. - Oakland - 1986-91
Dir. of Operations, Dir. of Engineering, Mfg. Engineer.
This team developed a high fidelity color image scanner for both IBM
and Mac platforms. The camera uses piezoelectric transducers to
microposition an inexpensive 2D color image sensor. Built this
company's infrastructure from scratch, helped develop the design
team, and produced some of the designs.
- Responsible for building this company in its first year,
on a budget of $650K, growing the staff from 6 to 14, and providing
an engineering development environment for the camera. Brought two
generations of design from concept to market.
- Directed the engineering effort, while, as manufacturing
engineer, produced the PCB
designs for the first camera.
- For the second version of the camera, produced a tightly
integrated PCB and
including a piezo-driven microstage.
- Member of the founding team.
GENIGRAPHICS GP Inc.
- Berkeley - 1984-1986
Engineering Operations Manager, Project Manager
Using no exotic components, this group created an advanced (for the
time) hierarchical object-based graphic arts system featuring 3
pipelined 68020 CPU cards, a family of 26 PCBs, and "paint" software
providing resolution independent output to all media.
SMALL SYSTEMS Co.
- San Francisco - 1983
- Managed engineering operations for the Berkeley
development group from start-up (a staff of 5) through alpha-testing
(a staff of 35 employees and a half dozen engineering consultants).
Responsible for a $2.2MM budget. Produced and maintained all
development and target computer systems, as well as administrative
computers, while managing operations at this division.
- Initially, supplied all engineering services: project planning,
purchasing, technical support, documentation, and liaison for
contractors. Subsequently hired/supervised engineering services
staff of 12.
Project Manager, Buyer, Technician, Founder
With two partners, produced a multi-tasking Z80-based computer which
provided A/D conversion, data storage, and device control for a novel gas
chromatograph, used for cardio-pulmonary diagnosis and anaesthesia monitoring.
- Built the company, and managed the design project. Completed on time
(11 weeks) and within budget.
- Built the software development computer, purchased components for the
target computer, built the prototype, and documented the system.
CAD tools for electronic, PCB, mechanical, and architectural
design. Enterprise database design, MRP systems design, and
components purchasing. 'Timeline' project management software.
Computer systems integration, network installation, and systems
administration. WinNT4, OS/2, Unix, DOS. Internet site design.
Languages: Assembly, Bash, Perl, Java, Cisco. Electronic
fabrication, assembly, and testing. Experience in heavy industry.
See list for
software knowledge. See
Design & Production resume for broadest view.
Antioch College , Yellow
Springs, Ohio. B.A.,
Social sciences, education, ecosystems, architecture, design.
North Seattle Community College,
Unix, Bash, Perl, Java, Cisco.
Choosing a Display Card for OS/2 and Linux,
the magazine of the OS/2 community, February 1999, Phoenix, AZ.
Prior experience in heavy industry, graphic arts, environmental education,
and watershed restoration.
Forests are a Community,
Forest Trust Quarterly Report,
October 1999, Santa Fe, NM.
Startup technology development team.
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