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CV English_OCT2016_A Oreamuno

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CV English_OCT2016_A Oreamuno

  1. 1. Alejandro M. Oreamuno V. Title: Electronics Engineering (Grade: Bachelor) Languages: Spanish, English and German (fluent writing, reading and speaking skills in English, 80% in German) Social Status: Married Other studies: Avionics and Aviation mechanical systems, Photography; Micro Business Management; short courses management training Contact Information: 506.4702-0698 Home 506.8808-8808 Cell phone email aleoreamuno@yahoo.com Summary Alejandro studied at the Humboldt School in San Jose, Costa Rica. He later went to the Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica, graduating as Bachelor in Electronics Engineer. He later took short management and technical courses and seminars inside and outside Costa Rica. His CV was evaluated by FIS (Foundation for International Services Inc.) in Bothell, Washington, and Alejandro is considered to have the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in electronics engineering with a master of business administration degree with emphasis in finance from an accredited college or university in the United States. Alejandro has worked for 32 years in the airline business, 12 years in the silicon manufacturing area as Process Engineer and 3.5 years as Equipment Engineer in the Medical Industry Alejandro started working for LACSA Airlines as Electronics Technician in 1982. He was promoted to Engineer, to Supervisor and then to Inspector of LACSA’s Avionics Shop. He moved to the Shop Foreman Assistant position and finally to the Shop Foreman position, managing a crew of 3 engineers and 6 technicians. As part of his duties, during that time frame, he developed test benches to repair several electronics units, developed the first FAA certified calibration laboratory in Costa Rica, to calibrate and maintain the avionics test equipment for a safe aircraft operation, kept all the shop records and trained the personnel in the airline processes, duties, roles and responsibilities. He also directed and led the organization to certify the company as an FAA certified repair station and in the recertification process with the local Civil Aviation Regulatory office (DGAC). Alejandro left LACSA Airlines in 1998 to join INTEL manufacturing plant in Costa Rica, where he worked in the positions of Process Engineer, Development Engineer and Group Leader for over 11 years. His first assignment was to set up and certify the Epoxy Module for the C4 process for the Costa Rican plant, where he qualified all of the epoxy links. With the introduction of new tools, he lead the Costa Rican engineering and technical team to qualify the new process for the improved dispenser tool, with a 1.4% yield improvement, moving it from 96.8% to 98.2%, enabling the tool and process certification and introduction. Alejandro was selected as part of the first Costa Rican team to be sent to INTEL headquarters in Chandler, Arizona, as development engineer, for the first large die, high performance processor, where he worked for 3 years. During that time, Alejandro fully qualified a new batch oven to replace the old sequential ovens, improving the existing tools and process. He also developed new recipes and dispensing methods to enable the INT3b process certification for large die, and for the small form factor, leading INTEL´s organization in Penang and Costa Rica in the process. Back in Costa Rica, he recertified this process, moving from a 3 dispenser, low speed, low yield process to a 2 dispenser, high speed, high yield process, improving the run rate by 545% (from 330 units per hour to 1800 units per hour), yield by 5.2% (from 94.6% to 99.8%) and the reliability by over 30% (from a failure rate of 1.5% @ 7 years, to a 0.05% @ 10 years). In 2005, Alejandro accepted the Chipsets group leadership with a team of 2 engineers and 3 technicians for the INTEL Costa Rican Plant. As his first priority, he stabilized the process and tool performance. He was in charge of the Costa Rican Capital Avoidance Working Group, saving INTEL over 15 million dollars in a time frame of 2 years. He was in charge of the copy exactly program compliance for the whole Costa Rica plant and lead the certification of new tools and processes for the Chipsets epoxy module, certifying a 2 conveyor process using a JET valve for the first time at the epoxy process, to improve the run rate 100% (from 1800 units per hour to 3600 units per hour) with a 0.02% yield improvement, and enabling further process improvements, validating a run rate of over 5000 units per hour utilizing the 2 conveyor
  2. 2. line process. In that same time frame, Alejandro worked maintaining medical laser equipment from HGM Industry, used for plastic surgery at a private clinic in San Jose. In 2010 Alejandro left INTEL to work independently in the aviation field as owner and General Manager for Next Gen Avionics, certifying the company as per Costa Rican Civil Aviation authority’s guidelines. In 2012 he founded Power Mechanics and Avionics company to service the General Aviation industry at Pavas International Airport From May to July 2012, Alejandro worked for Vertical Circuits Inc. in Scotts Valley, California, as consultant for the Process and Development Engineering departments. In that timeframe, the vertical dispense process, the valve and the material were qualified, enabling the process to run. Also, the process specs for all the operations were revised and updated. In June 2013, Alejandro started to work for Boston Scientific at El Coyol, Alajuela, Costa Rica, as Senior Equipment Engineer, taking charge of the sustaining and special projects for the GBF (Gastro Biopsy Forceps) assembly line. By the end of 2014, Alejandro was appointed as the Laser Safety Officer (LSO) for Boston Scientific’s Coyol plant, and got the final certification from the Laser Institute of America (LIA) in September 2015. In November 2015 Alejandro moved to the Equipment Development Department inside Boston Scientific Organization at the Coyol plant in Alajuela, Costa Rica, in charge of equipment development, qualification and certification to Boston Scientific and FDA standards
  3. 3. Industry Experience 2015 – Date Boston Scientific, El Coyol, Alajuela, Costa Rica Equipment Development Engineer  In charge of new equipment design, development, qualification and certification as per BSCI and FDA standards  In charge of the laser safety operation of BSCI – Coyol plant 2013 – 2015 Boston Scientific, El Coyol, Alajuela, Costa Rica Equipment Engineer  In charge of the corrective and preventive maintenance of the GBF (Gastro Biopsy Forceps) production lines  In charge of the coordination of special projects 2012 – 2012 Vertical Circuits Inc (VCI) Scotts Valley, California, USA Process and Development Engineering consultant  Review and clean-up of the process Specs for the entire production line  Development of the vertical dispensing process  Certification and process validation of the vertical dispensing process and the DL pump  Material certification for the vertical dispensing process 2008 – 2010 Intel Corporation Heredia, Costa Rica Senior Engineer  In charge of the Copy Exactly compliance of the Costa Rica Production Plant  In charge of the Epoxy process  In charge for ISO maintenance and qualification for the Assembly and Test areas of the CR plant  In charge of the productivity projects  In charge of the quality improvement projects 2007 – 2008 Intel Corporation Heredia, Costa Rica Individual Contributor  In charge of special technical projects for the Assembly Line and productivity improvement plans to optimize the head count and the output  In charge of the technical group development and up skilling  General technical support for the group leaders on all assembly areas, to minimize equipment downtime  Copy Exactly site owner 2005 – 2007 INTEL Corporation Heredia, Costa Rica Epoxy Module Group Leader  In charge of the coordination of the Engineering team of the module  In charge of the healthiness and productivity of the Epoxy Module
  4. 4. 2004 – 2005 INTEL Corporation Heredia, Costa Rica Senior Process Engineer  In charge of the healthiness of the Chipsets’s production epoxy under fill process  In charge of process and tool improvement for INTEL’s Chipsets Virtual Factory  Tool upgrades and modification designs to improve performance  Successfully introduced and qualified the new double stack cure process, doubling cure capacity without capital investments INTEL U trainer Industry Experience 2003 - 2004 INTEL Corporation Heredia, Costa Rica Senior Process Engineer  In charge of the healthiness of the server’s production epoxy under fill process  In charge of process and tool improvement for INTEL’s Virtual Factory 1. Qualification of INT3b platform from a 3 dispenser link with low Run Rate and low YIELD to a single dispenser process (Improving Run Rate by 500%, YIELD by 2.1% and machine utilization by 20%. This change also opened the possibility of eliminating the ultrasonic acoustic monitor, involving a trough put and headcount reduction. 2. Dispense valve stopcock modification to eliminate epoxy dripping (Improving YIELD and Machine Utilization)  Tool upgrades and modification designs to improve performance 1. Successfully introduced and qualified the new generation of epoxy dispensers as first site at INTEL’s Virtual Factory, improving the pure UPH (units per hour) from 2700 to 4400 2. Successfully introduced and qualified the change from a linear dispense pump valve to a Jet valve, to improve the yield by over 0.05%, and stabilized the process monitors  Process changes to introduce the last version of the tool operational software, improving machine utilization, Run Rate, YIELD and process control  INTEL U trainer  Chaired the site Capital Avoidance working group 2000 – 2003 INTEL Corporation Chandler, Arizona, USA Development Engineer  In charge of process and tool development  In charge of process and tool technology transfer (Joint Development Team chair for INT3b; and 1262 new technology processes)  Co chaired the Epoxy Capital Avoidance Working Group  INTEL U trainer  Machine improvements 1. Initial qualification and tests of the M2K Asymtek dispenser for the epoxy module; 2. Designed and implemented the experimental design for qualifying the BlueM batch oven for the epoxy process and helped the IHS module in their qualification; 3. Initial assessments for validating the Hella and Tiros Ultima sequential ovens; 4. Designed improvements to the existing M600 dispenser tool and configuration to improve tool performance Process improvements (Process change to increase the UPH and Machine Utilization for the existing UF epoxy capillary process; Developed the INT3a and INT3b epoxy UF processes; Successfully transfer both processes to the Virtual Factory to High Volume Manufacturing environment) 2000 – 2000 INTEL Corporation Heredia, Costa Rica
  5. 5. Equipment Engineer  In charge of new EPOXY processes for new technologies  Inter site coordinator for new process deployment on all High Volume Manufacturing sites  Responsible for machine/process Copy Exactly  INTEL U trainer I/Q Safety level inspector Industry Experience 1998 – 2000 Componentes INTEL de Costa Rica San Antonio de Belén, Heredia, Costa Rica Senior Process Engineer  In charge of the EPOXY Module  In charge of the Year 2000 program for all the computers and machines in this module  In charge of the modifications of the module, process upgrades (Unit per hour, YIELD and output improvements), and SPC/PCS.  Development of new processes  INTEL U trainer  I/Q Safety level inspector  Machine improvements (Qualification of Epoxy rev-46 tools/process on all Virtual Factory sites)  Process improvements (Improved the YIELD by 1.4% to qualify the epoxy process on the new Asymtek dispensers Aviation Experience 2012 – 2015 Power Mechanics & Avionics Pavas, San Jose, Costa Rica Technical Director, General Manager  In charge of the technical certification of the company under the DGAC directives  In charge of establishing the technical department of the company  In charge of the customer technical support  In charge of the design and implementation of A/C changes in wiring and new equipment installation 2006 – 2012 Next Gen Avionics Pavas, San Jose, Costa Rica Technical Director  In charge of the technical certification of the company under the DGAC directives  In charge of establishing the technical department of the company  In charge of the customer technical support  In charge of the design and implementation of A/C changes in wiring and new equipment installation 2003 – 2006 RASA Pavas, San Jose, Costa Rica Quality Control Manager  In charge of the revision of the 337 change forms  In charge of the design and implementation of A/C changes in wiring and new equipment installation Avionics Technician In charge of line maintenance activities
  6. 6. 2000 - 2003 RASA Pavas, San Jose, Costa Rica  Relocated in Arizona, USA, performed advisory activities on installations and modifications 1998 – 2000 RASA Pavas, San Jose, Costa Rica Shop technician  Perform equipment repair functions on Transponders; Distance Measuring Equipment; Audio Selector Panels; E Locator Transmitters and General communication equipment  Perform advisory tasks on A/C equipment and wiring modifications  Review 337 forms  Design minor A/C wiring changes Aviation Experience 1994 - 1998 LACSA Airlines San José, Costa Rica Avionics Shop Foreman  Coordinated both, shop and A/C line maintenance duties.  Opened the Calibration Laboratory and kept it running.  Maintained the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) shop license. 1986 - 1994 LACSA Airlines San José, Costa Rica Avionics Shop Chief Assistant  In charge of all the calibration records  In charge of the A/C line duties  In charge of the DME/ATC, audio, Voice Recorder and accessories test benches, and the battery shop  Support the computers of the Maintenance Department  Trained new Avionics Shop employees  In charge of the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) records and paperwork 1984 - 1986 LACSA Airlines San José, Costa Rica Electronics Engineer  Worked on the A/C line and shop duties.  Developed new test benches  Implemented new procedures for calibration and repair 1982 - 1984 LACSA Airlines San José, Costa Rica Electronics Technician  Worked on the A/C line maintenance  In charge of repairing: Aircraft communication equipment CVRs and emergency locators/lightning equipment Aicraft accessories
  7. 7. Education: Manufacturing Industry Laser Safety Officer with Hazard Analysis Laser Institute of America, Chicago, Illinois, USA, July 2012 SEMICON Moscone Center, San Francisco, California, USA, July 2012 ISO 9001 Internal Auditor SGE consultores, San Jose, Costa Rica, Jun 2006 OUT of the Box Thinking INTEL U, Arizona, USA, Jul 2002 STATS 101 INTEL U, Arizona, USA, Jan 2002 DOE INTEL U, Arizona, USA, Sept/Oct 2001 CAPS Metric Model 0 overview INTEL U, Belén, Costa Rica, Aug/1999 Advanced Electrical Safety INTEL U, Belén, Costa Rica, Jul/1999 Energized Electrical Work re certification INTEL U, Belén, Costa Rica, Jul/1999 A/T VSPEC 1.0 Contributor training INTEL U, Belén, Costa Rica, Jun/1999 Clean room overview INTEL U, Belén, Costa Rica, Apr/1999 Control of Hazardous Energies INTEL U, Belén, Costa Rica, Mar/1999 Hazardous Waste handling and storage INTEL U, Belén, Costa Rica, Dec/1998 ATM VF SPC INTEL U, Belén, Costa Rica, Dec/1998 Effective Meetings INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Sept/1998 Constructive Confrontation INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Sept/1998 HAZCOM INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Sept/1998 Basic Electrical Safety INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Sept/1998 Intermediate Electrical Safety INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Sept/1998 Advanced Electrical Safety INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Sept/1998 Control of Hazardous Energies INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Sept/1998 CPR/First Aid INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Sept/1998 Office Ergonomics INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Aug/1998 Manufacturing Ergonomics INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Aug/1998 Office Safety INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Aug/1998 Safety Management by Walking Around
  8. 8. INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Aug/1998 JMP Basics INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Aug/1998 Basic Statistic and Graphs INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Aug/1998 Measurement Capability INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Aug/1998 DOE 1 (Design of experiments) INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Aug/1998 Sequential Testing INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Aug/1998 Control Charts INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Aug/1998 Process FMEA INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 Disposition Management INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 7 Step problem solving INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 Workstream/Cept lite INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 SPEED QAN INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 EATS INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 ACCESS/DATAVIEW INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 Rapid WIINGS INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 PM Checklist INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 Documentum INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 Spec. Overview INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 Spec. Writing INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 C4 Process Flow Handbook INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 CE!/Virtual Factory Orientation INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998 C4 Process Flow Handbook INTEL U, Cavite, Phillipines, Jul/1998
  9. 9. Aviation Industry Taller Aeronautico PROCOMER, San Jose, Costa Rica, Feb/2012 De Havilland Twin Otter Maintenance update training Nature Air, Pavas, San Jose, Costa Rica, Nov/2010 PT6A Small Series – Line & Base Maintenace Nature Air, Pavas, San Jose, Costa Rica, Oct/2010 Initial Training on King Air Series 90 Nature Air, Pavas, San Jose, Costa Rica, May/2010 Human Factors Management in Aeronautical Maintenance Nature Air, Pavas, San Jose, Costa Rica, Mar/2010 NBAA (National Business Aircraft Association Meeting) Orlando, USA, Oct/2008 AMC (Avionics Maintenance Conference) Atlanta, USA, May/2007 AMC (Avionics Maintenance Conference) ARINC, Memphis, USA, Mar/1998 AMC (Avionics Maintenance Conference) ARINC, Alaska, USA, Mar/1997 Training on Universal Data Recorder data retrieval LACSA Airlines, Alajuela, Costa Rica, Oct/1996 Human Resources Administration LACSA Airlines, San José, Costa Rica, Aug/1996 Administration by Objectives LACSA Airlines, San José, Costa Rica, Jul/1996 Efficient and effective Management LACSA Airlines, San José, Costa Rica, May/1996 Approved Parts Seminar TACA AIRLINES, San Salvador, El Salvador, Apr/1996 Financial Impact LACSA Airlines, San José, Costa Rica, Apr/1996 Decision Making and Problem Solving LACSA Airlines, San José, Costa Rica, Mar/1996 Reengineering Seminar LACSA Airlines, San José, Costa Rica, May/1996 MD11 Familiarization Maintenance Course KLM, San José, Costa Rica, Oct/1994 HF and Power Amplifier Service Training HULL ELECTONICS, San Diego, USA, Sept/1994 Micro business ESCUELA SOCIAL JUAN XXIII, San José, Costa Rica, Nov/1993 Traffic Collision and Avoidance System (TCAS) operational training ALLIED SIGNAL, San José, Costa Rica, Nov/1993 Federal Aviation Administration Regional Regulations Seminar FAA, San José, Costa Rica, Nov/1993 Boeing 737-200/-300 Avionics Systems LACSA Airlines, San José, Costa Rica, May/1993 HGM PC & Elite K1 LASER. System Service and Maintenance Trng. HGM, Salt Lake City, USA, Nov/1992 Cabin Communications Data System.Components Overhaul training DEUTSCHE AIRBUS, Hamburg, Germany, Sep/1991 Airbus A320-211. Base Maintenance and Electrical Level II Avionics AIRBUS INDUSTRIES, Toulousse, France, Sept/1990 NiCad Battery. Care and Maintenance training
  10. 10. AERO QUALITY, Miami, USA, Apr/1990 Cabin Communications Data System. Components Maintenance training DEUTSCHE AIRBUS, Hamburg, Germany, Feb/1990 Automatic Test Equipment and Instrumentation West Seminar Los Angeles, USA, Jan/1990 Automatic Test Equipment and Instrumentation West Seminar Los Angeles, USA, Jan/1989 Digital Avionics Fundamentals BOEING, Seattle, USA, Sep/1988 860E-5/-4 Distance Measuring Equipment (DME). Repair and Maintenance ROCKWELL-COLLINS, Cedar Rapids, USA, May/1997 621A-6/6A ATC Transponder. Repair and Maintenance ROCKWELL-COLLINS, Cedar Rapids, USA, May/1997 Microprocessor INTEL-8086 family UNIVERSITY of COSTA RICA, San José, Costa Rica, Jul/1986 Microsoft Chart, Grafix Partner & Storyboard MICROASESORIA, San José, Costa Rica, Jul/1986 767 Avionics Systems BOEING, Seattle, USA, Dec/1985 7XX Airlines Service and Maintenance Class ICOT, Miami, USA, Aug/1985 National Electronics Seminar CINDE, San José, Costa Rica, Mar/1984 Electronics Engineer (Bachelor Degree) INSTITUTO TECNOLOGICO DE COSTA RICA, Cartago, Costa Rica, Mar/1977 High School Humboldt Schule, San José, Costa Rica, Nov/1977 Deutsche Sprachdiplom Humboldt Schule, San José, Costa Rica, Oct/1977 Sclusszeugnis Humboldt Schule, San José, Costa Rica, Oct/1976

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