Sprint Nextel Corporation
February 2012 to January 2013
Lucky Brand Jeans
June 2009 to January 2012
Takeout Service Phone Operator and Cashier
January 2007 to May 2007
San Jose, CA
January 2013 to July 2014
Composites Team Member
September 2010 to June 2011
June 2008 to August 2008
Edwards Air Force Base
June 2007 to August 2007
Edwards Air Force Base
Multi-tasking technical position requiring the ability of repairing wireless mobile devices under budget while maintaining exceptional customer service. Diagnose and debug various physical and software issues of a wide variety of cell phones. Multi-tasking technical position requiring the ability of repairing wireless mobile devices under budget while maintaining exceptional customer service. Diagnose and debug various physical and software issues of a wide variety of cell phones.
What company does James Paydo work for?
James Paydo works for Sprint Nextel Corporation
What is James Paydo's role at Sprint Nextel Corporation?
James Paydo is TECHNICAL CONSULTANT
What industry does James Paydo work in?
James Paydo works in the Mechanical or Industrial Engineering industry.
TECHNICAL CONSULTANT @ Sprint Nextel Corporation Multi-tasking technical position requiring the ability of repairing wireless mobile devices under budget while maintaining exceptional customer service. Diagnose and debug various physical and software issues of a wide variety of cell phones. From February 2012 to January 2013 (1 year) Sales Associate @ Lucky Brand Jeans Multitasking retail position requiring extensive product knowledge and face-to-face customer service expertise to meet daily sales goals. From June 2009 to January 2012 (2 years 8 months) Takeout Service Phone Operator and Cashier @ Brinker International accurate money-handling and financial acumen maintained in high-volume customer service environment. From January 2007 to May 2007 (5 months) Sales Engineer @ Fujipoly America Duties include:-Advising Thermal/Mechanical/Electrical engineers on thermal interface materials needed given a specific application.-Perform thermal testing on thermal interface and report findings.-Perform mechanical testing on thermal interface materials and general silicone rubber and report findings.-Cut prototype parts using Zund proto-cutter.-3D print fixtures for tests and for use in equipment.-Make and test custom thermal interface solutions-Machine Test fixtures from aluminum and plastic. San Jose, CAProcess Engineer @ RJR Polymers Duties include:• Manage and maintain Cryo Clean process, Epoxy coating stations and equipment requiring constant interface with line workers and process managers. • Headed the evaluation and complete redesign of the company’s epoxy coating process essential for improving product yields as well as standardizing the machines used.• Designed and built new Cryo Clean stations to further automating said process as well as improving performance and standardizing each machine. • Participated in the completion and implementation of an upgraded specialized epoxy coating line for production. Monitor performance of the epoxy coating system and make recommendation to maximize efficiency.• Operate various types of equipment and automated tools such as microscope, Cryo Clean, Epoxy coating, sealing units, injection molding, etc.• Organize and manage meetings between process’ owners to discuss possible cause and effect of issues within production and determine appropriate risk factors and solutions for several projects.• Perform extensive research and testing to produce reports to determine the extent of and solution of part contamination within production. From January 2013 to July 2014 (1 year 7 months) Oakland, CAComposites Team Member @ FSAE Competition Participated in the design and construction of various parts essential to the performance of the car in Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (FSAE) competition.Headed construction and mounting of experimental weight saving parts composed of Carbon Fiber improving the structural rigidity of the formula car. From September 2010 to June 2011 (10 months) Intern @ CH2M HILL 2008:By the summer of 2008 the paving of the runway was in its final stages. My initial task was to track the progress of the runway demolition using gps and Auto CAD and report the progress to the company. During the demolition I also plotted a 50 ft x 50 ft grid with the gps to measure the height of the grade along the entire runway as demolition was occurring. This grid would be used to measure how much dirt was being moved by sub contractors prior to concrete paving. Before paving would start the electrical, drainage and dirt work subcontractors would have more earth work done to replace drainage or strengthen soft spots in the the ground and my gps tracking of volume of dirt moved would be used to verify quantities. Once pavement had begun on the runway it was my job to check and mark spots on the paved surface that needed to be repaired. From June 2008 to August 2008 (3 months) Edwards Air Force BaseIntern @ CH2M HILL 2007:I worked with a fellow intern in designing and presenting a charity project to commanding officers of Edwards Air Force Base. The project involved updating the training facilities for soldiers preparing for the middle east. The original training facilities were permanent tents that had been used for years, but had become dilapidated and obsolete over time. These tents also were only supported by a foundation consisting of pallets. The base was in the process of ordering new semi-permanent tents, but they needed a more solid foundation to place the tents on. CH2M Hill was in the process of determining the proper mix of concrete to repave the runway at the base and so they offered to make batch sizes of concrete to accommodate the the foundations. The proposal we presented would include 3 concrete platforms; 2 larger platforms for the larger tents and 1 slightly smaller platform for the smaller sized tent. The project budget was about $14,000 and would use equipment that was onsite from the CH2M Hill/IHC joint venture. Ultimately the project was halted due to the legal aspects of gifts to the base. Law stipulates that any gift presented to the base must be signed off by the US government if the value exceeds $10,000.During this time I was assisting IHC keeping records and compiling data on tests they were doing on various mixes of concrete to be used on the runway. These tests would gauge compression strength and bending strength over 3, 6, 9, 15, 30, and 90 days. This data was put into various spread sheets according to varying proportions of mix concentrations in the concrete. The concrete that followed the desired curing and strength schedule would be selected for the paving. From June 2007 to August 2007 (3 months) Edwards Air Force Base
Introversion (I), Sensing (S), Thinking (T), Perceiving (P)
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