Jamieson Lewis, Departmental Adjunct
2007, MBA Northcentral University, Prescott Valley, AZ
2004, M. S. Information Technology Management, Touro University International, Cypress, CA
1999, M. S. Advance Technology, SUNY Institute of Technology, Utica/Rome, NY
1990, B. S. Electronics Technology, University of the State of New York, Albany, NY
1987, B. S. History, University of the State of New York, Albany, NY
1979, AA, Liberal Arts, SUNY Broome Community College, Binghamton, NY
Current and Other Positions
Department Industrial Management & Technology, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, 2009 - Present
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide Center, Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, 2009 - Present
Saint Leo University Center, Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, 2009 - Present
College of Engineering, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, 2008 - 2012
USCG Recruiting Office, Corpus Christi, TX, 2004-2008
Electronics School, United States Coast Guard Training Center, Petaluma, CA, 2000-2004
USCGC ELM WLB 204, Atlantic Beach, NC, 1999-2000
USCG Recruiting Office, Albany, NY, 1995-1999
USCGC DALLAS WHEC 716, Charleston, SC, 1992-1995
General Electric Engine Services, Unison Industries, Engine Systems Division, Norwich, NY, 1987-1992
USCG Third District, Office of Technology Engineering Systems, Governors Island, NY, 1983-1987
USCGC HAMILTON WHEC 715, Boston, MA, 1979-1983
Areas of Emphasis / Work Experience
Adjunct Lecturer 2009 - Present
Teach Courses in: Careers in Industrial Management & Technology, Leadership & Supervision, Computer Information Security, Homeland Security, Criminal Justice
Senior Academic Advisor 2008-2012
Advise freshmen and transfer students concerning their academic requirements, related personal concerns, educational and career goals.
Recruiting Office Manager for 3 recruiters. Provide benefits, education, and career-field counseling for qualified applicants.
Electronics Subject Matter Specialist/Instructor 2000-2004
Develop Resident Electronics Technician “A” School Curriculum, Non-resident Electronics Correspondence Courses, Non-resident End-of-Course Exams & Rating (Job Skill) Service-Wide Exams. Instructor for Electronics Technician “A” School.
Electronics Technician-In-Charge 1999-2000
Supervisor for Electronics & Information systems technicians. Operator and Senior Maintenance Technician for navigation, detection, communication, computer, telecommunication, & telephone equipment.
Recruited, processed, and shipped qualified applicants to basic training. Provide benefits, education, and career-field counseling for qualified applicants.
Electronics Technician 1992-1995
Maintenance electronic technician supervisor. Operator and Senior Maintenance Technician for navigation, detection, communication, computer, telecommunication, and telephone equipment.
QC Field Service Engineer 1987-1992
Conduct internal and external reliability failure analysis on aircraft ignition system components. Conduct review of production parts for defects and possible rework using inspection methods and Material Requirements Planning (MRP). Conduct quality and safety inspections on aircraft ignition systems. Designed and tested Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility requirements on aircraft ignition systems to EMI/EMC military standards 6181D and 461A, B, & C. Traveled to customer engine manufacturing sites to address any quality issues with company products.
Electronics Technical Manager 1983-1987
Scheduled and managed all periodic maintenance requirements for 20 Coast Guard Cutters ranging from 65 to 378 feet within the Third Coast Guard District area of responsibilities. Prepared all technical paperwork required for ship yard maintenance. Responsible for multimillion dollar budget for ship maintenance, routing unresolved problems with electronics equipment to appropriate specialists for resolution during schedule ship yard maintenance and plan, schedule, test, install & removal of outdated electronic systems and upgrade to newer systems. Prepared final reports upon completion of ship yard maintenance to Coast Guard Headquarters. Quality and Safety Inspector for installation/removal of electronics equipment during ship yard maintenance.
Sonar Technician 1979-1983
Operated, maintained, installed and repaired Anti-Submarine Warfare active/passive sonar detection systems, underwater communication, computer, and tactical electronics equipment. Calibration of test equipment and scheduling all preventive maintenance on electronics equipment.
CNSS 4011, Committee on National Security Systems, National Training Standard for Information Systems Security (INFOSEC) Professionals, National Security Agency, 06/09
A+ Service Technician, New Horizons Computer Learning Center, 05/96
Lewis, J., Electronics Technician First Class Correspondence Course, Pamphlets 1-5, Edition 1, 2004
Lewis, J., Electronics Technician Second Class Correspondence Course, Pamphlets 1-6, Edition 1, 2004
BEST Program Committee, 2009 - 2012
Department of Industrial Management and Technology
MSC 203 Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Kingsville, Texas 78363-8202
voice: (361) 593-2608
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