Ralph Garcia
Albuquerque, NM  87121• ralphpgarcia@yahoo.com • 505-730-0337

Electrical Technician / Manufacturing Professional
Skillful technician with extensive experience in quality control and field service
and a proven record of analytical and problem-solving abilities.


— Key Qualifications —

  • Accomplished history of ensuring systems are up-to-date and run efficiently by collecting and analyzing data related to performance and operating costs.
  • Adept at creating and maintaining substantive manufacturing and procedural processes that reduce waste and machine down-time and exceed company objectives.
  • Motivated and goal-oriented in supporting highly-technical, deadline-driven operations; identify target outcomes and priorities and solve problems in the beginning stages to prevent future issues.
  • Proficient in AC / DC generation and conversion systems, IPS, Ross Hill, and Tech Power generator control systems, and Siemens, Allen Bradley, and Omron PLCs.

Professional Experience

Schlumberger (acquired Omron Oilfield and Marine, Inc. in 06/2016)  – Houston, TX
Provides technology services and solutions for oil and gas industry.
CCE Quality Test Technician, 10/2013 to 02/2019
Ensure top-quality production by creating and enforcing efficient automated manufacturing systems. Validate processes and provide documentation on performance that indicates areas for improvement. Collect and analyze data to prepare reports on subjects such as trends of power generation control systems and network configuration. Perform calibration of AC and DC generator control modules.
Selected Contributions:

  • Reduced testing time by 25% by redesigning testing procedures, allowing faster delivery

National Oilwell Varco – Houston, TX
Provides technical support, equipment, and operational expertise for oil and gas industry.
Field Service Technician, 08/2008 to 08/2011
Troubleshot and repaired generator controls and SCR systems. Trained customers on safe operation techniques of company products. Performed on-site installation, commissioning, testing, and calibration of equipment. Upgraded software and hardware and instructed customers on how to properly operate systems. Created accurate and timely reports to convey work progress and output and identify areas of inefficiency. Provided assistance to Systems Department during well-site installations in areas such as training, operational consulting, and equipment service recommendations.
United States Navy – San Diego, California
Electric Motor and Generator Rewind Shop Supervisor, 12/1999 to 08/2008
Directed overhaul and rewind of electrical motors to maintain combat readiness for the Pacific Fleet. Trained coordinator for shop personnel to become technical and military specialist. Determined relative importance of each individual shop job, and prioritized and completed them in timely manner.
Selected Contributions:

  • Led up to 20 team members in repairs on more than 400 motors, including 54 late induction jobs, to ensure Pacific Fleet was combat ready at a moments notice.

Additional Experience: Submarine Nuclear Propulsion Plant Supervisor for the United States Navy, & Submarine Power Plant Operator (Electrical Operator) for the United States Navy.

Educational Background & Certifications

Associates of Applied Science, Computer Network Specialist – Cisco
Lonestar Community College, Houston, TX
Associates of Arts and Science
Lonestar Community College, Houston, TX
Electricians Mate-Nuclear ranking
Naval Nuclear Power Training Command, Charleston

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