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Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 61163
Desired Job Location: Epping, New Hampshire Date Posted: 6/4/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 65000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Solution-oriented professional,
dedicated to fostering a working
environment that encourages
collaboration and optimizes team
performance.

Highly motivated, flexible, and detail-
oriented professional, with broad-based
experience in program and project
management, aircraft operations and
maintenance, and staff development.
Demonstrate expertise in applying
diplomacy and team management principles
to consistently produce one-of-a-kind,
win-win results for both the
organization and its employees.
Articulate and personable communicator,
with well-defined customer relations
skills and excellent interpersonal and
communication aptitude. Technically
proficient in various electrical and
aircraft equipment as well as Microsoft
Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint,
and Outlook), CATIA V5, and VA computer
databases: COVERS, MAP-D, Share, BDN,
and TIMS. Currently hold Active Secret
Clearance and Moderate Risk/Public Trust
Clearance.


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

LOCKHEED MARTIN: 2011–PRESENT
VMU-1 UNMANNED KMAX EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM
- Senior Maintenance Trainer - OCONUS,
Afghanistan 2012–Present
http://www.lockheedmartin.com/us/ms2/fea
tures/120509-k-max-ready-for-an-
extended-stay.html
- Administer preflight Kaman 1200
unmanned cargo helicopters program at
the Kaman 1200 Aircraft Manufacturers
School.
- Efficiently conduct 100-hour
inspections at set zone intervals and
examine rotor blades, engines, and
flight controls for continued
airworthiness.
- Assume full responsibility in
performing ground functional check
flight adjustments.

IS&GS, PERSISTENT THREAT DETECTION
SYSTEMS (C4ISR)
- Mechanical Field Engineer - OCONUS,
Afghanistan 2011–2012

- Oversaw the maintenance and
operation of 74K aerostat intelligence,
surveillance, and reconnaissance
platform in Afghanistan and its
launching and recovery for mission
support as well as its in-flight state
of health.
- Held accountability in
monitoring weather for adverse
conditions, such as lightning and winds.
- Operated and administered JSWS
and CLAW II computers in real-life
combat operations in concert with camera
duties while using Military Grid
Reference System (MGRS).
- Assessed and interpreted photos
and videos for military intelligence
customers.
- Facilitated technical analysis
of product implementations,
modifications, and enhancements.
- Leveraged skills in
troubleshooting technical problems and
issues to identify solutions in
accordance with product specifications.
- Offered consultative support to
customer representatives for
coordinative product solutions.
- Acted and functioned as a local
on-site representative to customer’s
organization to enhance customer
satisfaction.
- Maintained and inspected
hydraulic winch systems,
electromechanical control systems,
camera systems (Wescam MX-20 digital),
fiber optic transmission systems, video
distribution systems, and tether
handling systems at regular intervals as
well as supported equipment, such as
high lift vehicles (JLG), forklifts, and
Caterpillar 80KW diesel generator sets
with power distribution points.

SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
CH-53K SYSTEM DESIGN AND DEMONSTRATION
- Support Equipment Analyst - Stratford,
CT, USA 2010–2011

- Evaluated requirements of
prototype peculiar support equipment in
conformity with government contractual
needs on the CH-53K system design and
demonstration program.
- Utilized adeptness and
experience in researching engineering
data and blueprints to accomplish
Support Equipment Recommendation Data
(SERD) sheets.
- Demonstrated efficiency in
performing various tasks, which include
preparing documents and participating in
cross-functional meetings with multiple
disciplines and suppliers to facilitate
continuous improvement initiatives.
- Rendered primary support
functions covering new and modified
equipment (electrical, mechanical, and
software), first article
testing/validation, and verification
processes.
- Substantially saved budget and
designed lead time by integrating
support equipment from other aircraft
platforms.
- Creatively assessed 3D computer
graphics from CATIA V5 engineering
software to assimilate stated support
equipment.
- Prepared and submitted feasible
proposals for management’s consideration
and recommended funds allocation
procedures.

DEPARTMENT OF VETERAN AFFAIRS
- Veteran Service Representative - San
Diego, CA, USA 2009–2010

- Promoted positive working
environment and served as an advocate of
VA claimants, advising them on
disability compensation, pension, and
education benefits.
- Managed and coordinated update,
review, and analysis of a broad range of
VA benefits, including granting of
awards, establishment of debt
repayments, and researching to update
applications for benefits and other VA
services.
- Demonstrated outstating
interpersonal skills in communicating
with veterans and team members daily
regarding research and updates; reviews
of application information; awards of
benefits and technical, legal, and
medical information in the application
for benefits; and adjudication of
benefits.
- Engaged in gathering and
reviewing information from medical,
military, community, and other sources
to support benefit determination by
assessing evidence and implementing
controlling laws and regulations.
- Ensured complete execution of VA
computer systems and databases to
document accurate benefit payments,
control pending issues, and schedule
future actions to release complete and
correct notifications of benefit
determination to claimants.

BELL AEROSPACE/TEXTRON INC.
AIRFRAME AND POWER PLANT III
- Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic III
- Bedford, TX, USA 2008–2009

- Directly supervised collateral
duty inspector’s qualifications and
training recertification’s using
spreadsheets.
- Played a vital role in analyzing
new procedures for reset/preset
inspection cards, and presented changes
on manpower and methodology of
inspections required.
- Dynamically handled inspection
of airframe structures, engines, and
operating equipment to ensure that
repairs were made according to
specifications and certified
airworthiness of aircraft.
- Signaled to start engine and
manipulate aircraft controls.
- Worked on the preparation of
dismantling schedules for aircraft to be
overhauled.
- Documented data, such as engine
temperatures, fuel, and oil pressures to
assess engine performance, using
tachometer and pressure gauges.
- Examined assembly, installation,
and adjustment of flight controls to
ensure that work and materials complied
with company specifications and manual
procedures; signed inspection tags to
accept units and recorded reasons for
rejecting units.
- Identified accuracy of component
installations in power plant and
hydraulic systems with protractors,
micrometers, calipers, and gauges to
ensure that specified tolerances were
met.

L-3 VERTEX AEROSPACE
- Aircraft Mechanic III - OCONUS, Japan
| Madison, MS, USA 2008

- Ensured compliance with phase
inspection cards in performing phase
maintenance on CH-53E, CH-46D-E, UH-1H
cargo and attack helicopters.
- Administered the removal and
replacement of dynamic components, which
included rotor heads, sleeve and spindle
assemblies, swash plates, gearboxes,
driveshaft components, engines,
auxiliary power units, oil coolers, and
flight controls.
- Facilitated periodic maintenance
check of aircraft with oils, hydraulic
fluid, gear oil, and grease per
reference guides.
- Served as primary point of
contact for helicopter maintenance on
MCAS Futenma and configured hazardous
materials, tool control, and technical
publication library programs that are
required by Navy aviation standards set
forth in the NAVAIR 4790H.
- Applied analytical skills in
reading and interpreting maintenance
manuals, service bulletins, and other
specifications to identify feasibility
and method of repairing or replacing
malfunctioning or damaged components.

U.S. AIRWAYS
- A&P Mechanic, Mainline - East Boston,
MA, USA 2008

- Executed daily, weekly,
overnight, and A checks of aircraft in
the U.S. Airways mainline fleet, which
included A319, A320, B737, B757, and
B767 aircraft while fixing deficiencies
during routine inspections of thrust
reversers, engines, landing gear,
lavatory systems, hydraulic systems,
lighting systems, and flight control
systems.
- Checked and evaluated the
exterior skin of the aircraft for
punctures, dents, and other non-
airworthy discrepancies.
- Signed all required
documentation for the airworthiness of
the aircraft.
- Organized and expedited parts
for non-airworthy aircraft to repair
aircraft to an airworthy status for
flight operations.
- Assessed engineering variations
and new standard advisories to keep
aircraft flying in a safe manner.

PKL SERVICES
AIRCRAFT MECHANIC RESET/PRESET PROGRAM
- Aircraft Mechanic - San Diego, CA, USA
2007-2008

- Played an instrumental role in
the alteration of program management and
contract change from Sikorsky Support
Services Inc. to PKL services for CH-53E
reset/preset program.
- Conducted phase maintenance for
new program introduced to Marine Corps
upon the success of Army reset/preset
program.
- Redefined helicopter dynamic
components, power plants, and airframe
for rapid re-deployment back to war
zones.


Education:
EDUCATION

Professional Aeronautics (In Progress)
Expected Completion Date: 2013
EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY -
Daytona Beach, FL

Coursework toward Economics with Pre-
Professional Studies
MESA COLLEGE - SAN DIEGO, CA



LICENSE

Airframe and Power Plants License,
#3271611 (2007)



PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Lockheed Martin K-1200 Maintenance
Training Course Airframe and Related
System
Lockheed Martin, Persistent Threat
Detection System Training (2011)
Airbus A319/A320/A321 Initial E35
Manufacturer Course; US Airways Training
Department; 160-Hour Course (2008)
720 Flight Hours as a Helicopter Crew
Chief
Power Plant Mechanic Apprenticeship;
United Services Military Apprenticeship
(2006)
Marine Corps NCO Leadership Course
(2005)
Traumatic First Aid Responder (2004)
Naval Aviation Water Survival Program,
MCAS Miramar, CA (2004)
Shipboard Aircraft Fire Fighting School;
Naval Fleet Training Center (2002)
United States Marine Corps, New River,
NC; Helicopter Power Plants and Related
CH-53 OMA
Basic Theory of Aircraft Corrosion
(2001)


Affiliations:
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Skills:
CORE STRENGTHS

Quality Planning Requirements
Process Safety Management
Business Operations
Leadership and Team Building
Legal and Regulatory Compliance
Project Management
Customer and Personal Service
Strategic Planning and Analysis


Additional Information:
MILITARY AWARDS

Air Medal-Strike/Flight VIII | Navy and
Marine Corps Achievement Medal with Two
Stars
Iraqi Campaign Medal | Global War on
Terrorism Service Medal | Global War on
Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
National Defense Service Medal | Marine
Corps Good Conduct Medal
Navy Unit Commendation | Sea Service
Deployment Ribbon with Two Bronze Stars
Certificate of Appreciation (HMX)
Operation Iraqi Freedom 4-6 (2006)
Operation Iraqi Freedom 2-2 (2004)
Combat Aircrewman with Three Stars
(2004)


Reference:
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