|Desired Industry: Transportation/Air, Sea & Land
|Desired Job Location: Chicago,Chicaga North,Milwaukee, Illinois
||Date Posted: 7/24/2007
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 24/7/2007
|Desired Wage: 40000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience
||Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
|Highest Degree Attained: Other
||Willing to Relocate: No
After 15 years of military training and experience, I would like to expand my horizons and enrich my life. Allow my past experiences and training enrich your company.
CDI / Flight Line Coordinator
Strike Fighter Squadron 106 (US Navy) in Virginia Beach, Virginia
May 1998 to May 2001
[Collateral Duties Inspector (CDI)]- tasked with supervising the scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of over 35 aircraft assigned to the command. Ensuring that the maintenance being performed was correct and within standards set by the Navy.
[Flight Line Coordinator]- responsible for coordinating with maintenance control the loading and unloading of various weapons packages to comply with manifested flight schedule. As a senior member in the ordnance shop it was also my responsibly to train the junior personnel and prepare them for duty at sea.
[Aviation Ordnanceman]- Maintained, inspected, and repaired aircraft armament equipment and aviation ordnance (weapons) equipment,
including aircraft guns, gun accessories, noncomputing gun sights, aerial towed target equipment, small arms,
ammunition, handling equipment, ammunition suspension, release launching, and arming equipment; stores and
loads aviation ammunition, nuclear weapons, aerial mines, torpedoes, and air-launched guided missiles. Prepared gun
ammunition for loading; assembled and disassembled aircraft ordnance weapons; performed weapons
maintenance; used schematics, diagrams, and charts to trace systems; performed routine inspection of ordnance
equipment; completed periodic maintenance data forms; performed electromechanical maintenance on air
armament units; issued standards for safety in ordnance maintenance; operated ground support equipment; detected, removed, and controlled corrosion on aircraft armament and aviation ordnance handling equipment;
maintained tool inventory; ordered supplies and equipment. Served as arming/dearming crew leader; supervised
and coordinated crew loading of munitions aboard aircraft; maintained shop files, logs, and records; ordered
technical publications and manuals; performed periodic aircraft preloading inspections.
Chief Master at Arms
Transient Personnel Unit (US Navy) in Great Lakes, Illinios
June 2005 to July 2007
[Chief Master at Arms]- responsible for adherence to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)by all staff and student personnel in the command. Conducted investigations of infractions of the UCMJ and reporting finding to the chain of command. Solely responsible for managing the commands random urinalysis program,taking samples, processing paperwork and delivering samples to drug lab.
[Member of the commands Morale, Welfare and Recreation Committee]- spearheaded non profit volunteer work with Miller Park to help raise money for activities planned for command's student body.
Experienced with MS office to include; word, power point, and excel. Also experienced with numerous data entry, tracking systems.
Collateral Duties Inspector/ Quality Assurance Rep
Strike fighter Squadron 151 (US Navy) in Lemoore, California
May 2001 to June 2005
[Collateral Duties Inspector] - supervised 8 personnel, ensuring proper preventive and corrective maintenance was performed in strict adherence with applicable publications in a timely manner on 12 F/A-18 Hornet weapon systems.
[Ordnance Quality Assurance Safety Observer] - tasked with ensuring the the safe and proper loading and unloading of various weapons upon the F/A-18 Hornet.
[Quality Assurance Representative (QAR)] - verified that all maintenance personnel within the command were properly trained and qualified to perform maintenance on their perspective systems. Performed random and scheduled "spot" checks to verify that maintenance was being performed correctly. Monitored technical publication library to ensure that maintenance publication were correct and up to date.
Bomb Assembly Team Leader / Master at Arms
USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74)(US Navy) in Everett, Washington
December 1994 to May 1998
[Team Leader]- organized, supervised and trained crews to perform tasks within the bomb assembly division of the commands weapons department.
[Master at Arms] - ensured good order and discipline on board ship by presenting a physical presence among the work areas.
Air Technical Training Center in Millington, Tn
September 1994 to December 1994
Naval Air Maintenance Training Group Det in Lemoore, Ca
November 2001 to November 2001
Service School Command in Great Lakes, Il
August 2005 to September 2005
Qualification Grade Achieved
Aviation ordnanceman pass
First Line Leadership Development Program pass
Primary Leadership Development Program (First Class Petty Officer pass
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