Robert Curran - JOB OBJECTIVE - Seeking full-time position as an electronics technician. - EDUCATION - 9/72 to 6/75 High School Diploma: Crossland High School, Camp Springs, Maryland. Have taken job related courses at Peabody Institute of the John Hopkins University, Prince Georges Community College, several seminars at various locations and in-house training courses. List available on request. - WORK EXPERIENCE - 3/86 to Date National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC - Lead Electronic Technician: Supervise the operation of the Exhibits Department Electronics Shop; design prototype audio, video and control electronic circuits; operate and repair audio and video production/editing equipment; design, install and maintain CATV distribution networks; design, set-up and operate PA, video and audio systems (including media feeds) for special events and press conferences; enter receiving reports into the Smithsonian Funding System computerized financial system; keep abreast of newest technologies using the Internet and other resources. 9/94 to Date Maryland - National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Upper Marlboro, Maryland - Instructor: Teach country line dancing at two community centers. 10/75 to 3/86 Radio Shack, Springfield, Virginia - Electronic Technician: Repaired audio, video and control consumer electronic equipment within the Radio Shack product line. - SKILLS & ABILITIES - Communication: - Taught electronics theory portion of Ham Radio License classes for the Southern Maryland Amateur Radio Club. - Gave lectures on astronomy and folklore in the Albert Einstein Planetarium of the National Air and Space Museum. - Teach country line dancing for the Maryland - National Capital Park and Plannng Commission. - Wrote an article which was published in the March 1991 issue of "The Planetarian" trade journal on the construction of a planetarium electro-optical effect which I designed and built. Leadership: - Perform duties of Acting Chief of the Exhibits Department Audio/Visual Production Unit, as necessary. - Organized and coordinated the relocation of the VHF repeater site for the Southern Maryland Amateur Radio Club. Technical: - Am skilled in the operation and maintenance of several types of audio and video production equipment and electronic test equipment. Lists available on request. Computer: - Am skilled in the operation of IBM personal computers and many software packages. List available on request. - AWARDS - 1991 Cash award for Sustained Superior Performance. 1995 Cash award for Special Act. - PERSONAL DATA - - Hobbies include: Amateur radio, country/western dancing, radio control model airplanes, model railroading, gem and mineral collecting, jewelry making, electronics, music, astronomy, volleyball, archery, fishing, biking, hiking and camping. - Professional Association Membership in National Teachers Association for Country Western Dancing. - Community Association Membership in Southern Maryland Country Western Dance Association, Southern Maryland Rock and Mineral Club, Charles County Radio Control Club, Academy of Model Aeronautics, American Radio Relay League. - Subscribe to: "Country Dance Lines" magazine, "Model Aviation" magazine, "Model Airplane News" magazine, "Rock and Gem" magazine, "Trailer Life" magazine, "Mobile Beat" magazine and "QST" magazine.