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Desired Industry: Management SpiderID: 49816
Desired Job Location: Minot, North Dakota Date Posted: 4/8/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: immediately
Desired Wage: negotiable
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
- A results-driven, motivated, and
mechanically inclined professional
powered with comprehensive skills in
aircraft maintenance and operations
management. Demonstrate in-depth
knowledge of aircraft, aircraft systems,
engines, and component parts. Well-
versed in coordinating project schedules
and monitoring timelines, combined with
significant experience in developing
innovative plans and strategies. Show
competency in determining project
requirements and producing cost
estimates powered with greater insight
on all aspects of maintenance and safety
procedures. Offer high-caliber
qualifications to perform quality
assurance inspections of accomplished
work and aircraft documentation. Possess
a keen eye for detail with proven
ability to multitask in a fiercely
competitive and fast-paced environment.


Experience:

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


SQUADRON TRAINING MONITOR / SAFETY
MONITOR / RECORDS CUSTODIAN / FACILITY
MANAGER 2009–PRESENT
5TH AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE SQUADRON
(AFGSC) ~ MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, ND, USA
- Oversee the scheduling,
monitoring, and documentation of
ancillary training for more than 540
squadron members. Conceptualize and
implement the squadron CC’s overall
master facility plan toward fulfillment
of corporate goals. Serve as Chief of
Records and Records Custodian
responsible for maintaining the file
plan to ensure vital information are
maintained, saved, stored, and
reconciled as necessary. Execute
facility equipment tests, adjustments,
and basic maintenance as directed by
base civil engineering. Prepare facility
work requests / orders; publish facility
procedures; and enforce fire and
emergency standards.

Notable Achievements:
- Drove all efforts to achieve 99%
training schedule effectiveness rate for
over 102 personnel
- Completed Record Custodian Level
II training, earning 90% accuracy
- Expertly managed 16 file
management programs
- Built long-term quality
relationships with the community by
devoting 8 hours to North Dakota State
Fair raising $4K for Booster Club
- Facilitated 6-hour financial
management class and led squadron’s
Defense Reutilization Marketing Office
program
- Executed monthly facility
inspections to identify and report
building deficiencies


ASSISTANT NOIC, ENGINE MANAGEMENT
2007–2009
48TH MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS SQUADRON
(USAFE) ~ ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH,
ENGLAND (AD)
- Maintained a fleet of 219 F100-
PW-229/200 engines and 13 GE-T700
engines amounting to more than $950M.
Served as the focal point for All Time
Change Items; tracked, scheduled,
generated forecast, stored, and
distributed the items. Synchronized
Integrated Maintenance Data Systems with
(IMDS) with Comprehensive engine
management System (CEMS). Regularly
interfaced with between aircraft
maintenance units / propulsion flight
with Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center
(OC-ALC).

Notable Achievements:
- Systematically integrated the
automation of daily TCI status sheet,
thus reducing update time by 75% and
saving more than 360 man-hours annually
- Managed two one-time
inspections; completed 208 engines in 7
days; and prevented grounding of entire
F-15 fleet
- Pivotal in issuing 148 TCI
components; maintaining 83 engines FMC;
and assisting wing’s 9K flying hrs/5K
sorties
- Achieved 97% QA pass rate by
verifying 279 work packages and
producing 65 spare engines critical to
propulsion flights
- Oversaw squadron’s pre-
deployment picnic enjoyed by more than
300 people
- Functioned as a lead AADD
dispatcher and aided 10 Airmen; impacted
700+ 48 FW saves
- Demonstrated exceptional
performance to MXG garnering USAFE 2007
Verne Orr Award


NCOIC, JET ENGINE INTERMEDIATE
MAINTENANCE (JEIM) SECTION 2006–
2007
51ST MAINTENANCE SQUADRON (PACAF) ~ OSAN
AIR BASE, REPUBLIC OF KOREA (ROK)
- Supervised 15 personnel and held
responsible for all intermediate
maintenance on engine, which included
performing disassembly, cleaning,
inspection, repair, and assembly on 93
F110-GE-F100B/TF34-GE-100A engines
valued at $235M. Delegated daily
workload requirements and enforced
proper use of technical orders.
Instrumental in completing compliance
technical orders and dispatching
personnel to support flightline
maintenance. Handled the preparation of
engines and components for shipment.
Conducted in-process inspections and
final inspections to ensure quality
levels at all times. Conducted C/W all
7-level inspection to include all 7-
level inspection for phase dock
inspection. Adhered strict compliance
with established industrial safety and
health standards.

Notable Achievements:
- Achieved 100% war ready engine
by expertly managing the production of
10 F110/13 TF34 spare engines
- Eliminated integrated drive
generator awaiting maintenance backlog
from 3 to 0 within 2 days
- Commended as a phenomenal lead
inspector responsible for verifying
5TF34 engine final inspections and by
maintaining zero defects noted by
quality assurance
- Incurred $80K savings in
replacement costs by identifying fuel
control rig and assigning appropriate
training personnel on procedures
- Garnered 100% QA pass rate on 12
personnel evaluations in FY 2006
- Earned distinction as squadron
representative for raising up to $3300
for a successful Christmas party
- Represented the squadron in the
Maintenance Professional of the Year
Banquet Planning Committee
- Greatly surpassed all
expectations and consistently
demonstrated preparedness for new
challenges
- Saved more than $1K in
construction costs by expertly managing
the breakroom refurbishment
- Ensured unit safety and achieved
$5.7K annual savings by acquiring new
sources for personal protective
equipment
- Streamlined tool issue process,
added 60 commonly issued tools to kits,
and eliminated tool return accumulation
- Exemplified keen eye for detail
during inspections of over 250 PMEL
items resulting in 100% QA pass rating
- Managed the refurbishment of
$17K in condemned support equipment, and
reduced maintenance backlog by 40%


PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR 2005–2006
7TH COMPONENT MAINTENANCE SQUADRON (ACC)
~ DYESS AIR FORCE BASE, ABILENE, TX, USA
- Applied dynamic leadership
talents to 88 military technicians in
support of jet engine intermediate
maintenance (JEIM) on 330 F101-GE-102
engines at Engine Regional Repair Center
(ERRC). Led all facets of disassembly,
inspection, and repair of engines while
maintaining modules and hardware kits
valued at over $2.2B. Directed and
coordinated daily operational aspects of
two facilities with annual budget of
over $72M. Communicated with base supply
and depot item managers to forecast
parts requirements and to ensure parts
were available as necessary. Updated all
forms required for proper engine
maintenance history and documentation.
Facilitated training to all section
personnel to develop their competencies
and achieve the maximum level of
potential.

Notable Achievements:
- Played a key role in ensuring
equipment availability engine spare
level up from 7 to 25, thus achieving
280% increase from May to October 2005
- Successfully managed equipment
account; 110 war-ready spares produced;
fulfilled 22 HQ ACC taskings in FY 2005
- Formulated and implemented
support equipment tracking database,
achieving 100% accountability
- Aggressively monitored non-
powered AGE status including all 4000
engine trailers serviceable in the first
2 years of tenure
- Educated HAZMAT training to 17
Airmen to ensure proper waste disposal
24/7; obtained no quality assurance (QA)
fails
- Decreased errors by 33% through
the implementation weekly program
inspections and regular “over-the-
shoulder” reviews
- Reorganized tool crib, thus
decreasing clutter and congestion while
elevating section QA pass rate by 11% in
last 12 months
- Accomplished 6 classroom hours
toward achievement of Airframe and
Powerplant License
- Highly recognized as one of the
7 CMS NCO of the Quarter in January to
February 2005
- Provided expert oversight in
more than $20K in GPC purchases,
resulting in zero program discrepancies
for FY 2006
- Offered abundant time to collect
$17K for Operation Warm Heart
- Displayed outstanding leadership
and managerial skills in leading the
ERRC receiving the USAF 2006 Commander-
in-Chief’s Installation Excellence
Award, Special Recognition Category


Education:


EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS

ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE IN AIRCRAFT
MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY ~ Community
College of the Air Force, Maxwell-Gunter
AFB AL: Aug 2006
BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN PROFESSIONAL
AERONAUTICS ~ Embry Riddle Aeronautical
University, Daytona Beach, FL: Aug 2001

SECRET SECURITY CLEARANCE ~ Until Jun
2016
CPR CERTIFICATE ~ Air Force, Minot, ND:
2010 (Recertified)
SIX SIGMA CERTIFICATE ~ Villanova
University, Villanova, PA: 2006
TECHNICAL / OCCUPATIONAL AEROSPACE
SAFETY CERTIFICATE ~ Embry Riddle
Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach,
FL: Jul 1997



PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Attended numerous Air Force courses such
as follows:
DOD Government Purchase Card Refresher
Training OCT 2004-SEP 2007
F-100 Engine Blade Blending MAY 2006
PME Code T, USAF NCO Academy DEC 2004
Air Force Training Course OCT
2004, JAN 2001
CAMS for Flightline and Backshop
APR 2003, AUG 2004
B-1B Aerospace Propulsion Jet Engine
(F101 I/M) APR 2004
Aerospace Propulsion Craftsman JAN 2003
Aerospace Propulsion (F-100-PW-229 IM)
OCT 2001
F-100 Engine Blade Blending JUN 2001
Apprentice Aerospace Propulsion
Specialist (Jet Engine) JAN 2001
PME Code 0 Airman Leadership School
FEB 1992
A-10A TF-34 Engine General Maintenance
JUN 1989
F-100 Engine Maintenance FEB 1989
Apprentice Aerospace Propulsion
Specialist (Jet Engine) JAN 1989



AWARDS AND HONORS

Air Force Commendation Medal with 5
devices | Air Force Good Conduct Medal
with 8 devices


Affiliations:

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION

Life Member, AFSA


Skills:

CORE STRENGTHS
- Aircraft Maintenance and
Squadron Operations
- Regulatory Compliance and
Quality Assurance
- Fixed Wing and Rotor Wing
Aircraft
- Policies and Procedures
Development
- Problem Resolution and Decision
Making
- Outstanding Customer Relations
- Focused and Time-Driven
Management
- Public Speaking and
Communication Skills
- Safety Programs and Training
Development
- Organized with Strong Analytical
Abilities


Additional Information:


SECTION CHIEF, F101 SUPPORT 2004–
2005
7TH COMPONENT MAINTENANCE SQUADRON (ACC)
~ DYESS AIR FORCE BASE, ABILENE, TX, USA
- Displayed unsurpassed expertise
in managing and training 15 members
assigned to the F101 Engine Regional
Repair Center (ERRC) Support Section.
Administered safety, hazardous
communication, quality improvement, and
mobility programs. Provided expert
oversight to 4 separate buildings
totaling 50,000 square feet. Conducted
production / supervisory inspections to
more than $30M of test equipment,
special tools, engine trailers, and
adapters. Primarily held responsible for
ensuring all PMEL calibration equipment
standards were met. Convened with
equipment item managers to acquire
replacement tools. Evaluated performance
of all assigned personnel and determined
their diverse training needs. Diligently
managed flight hazardous waste program
and Individual Accumulation Point.

Notable Achievements:
- Ranked as Top 4 President for
Component Repair Squadron in Dyess Air
Force Base
- Accurately cataloged over 1,650
tools in 2 months and improved
inspection tracking / tool
accountability by 50%
- Expedited inspection time by 27%
and provided customers with quicker and
reliable service
- Reputed as an excellent trainer
by demonstrating proper equipment repair
to personnel while increasing equipment
reliability
- Significantly improved flight
readiness and increased engine
production by 16%
- Played a vital role toward
squadron winning 48th Fighter Wing FOD
trophy for 3 consecutive years
- Reconciled 100 excess / broken
tools; supported unfunded equipment
requirements and saved 7 BW over $74K


AEROSPACE PROPULSION CRAFTSMAN 2001–
2004
48TH COMPONENT MAINTENANCE SQUADRON
(USAFE) ~ ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH,
ENGLAND (AD)
- Assumed full responsibility in
performing control, inspection,
calibration, repair, and replacement of
support equipment on 134 F100-PW-229 and
61 F100-PW-220. Translated and analyzed
technical orders schematic diagrams to
diagnose equipment malfunctions and/or
technical modifications on tools and
support equipment. Prepared Test
Measurement Diagnostic Equipment
calibrations schedules to ensure
adequate test and torque devices were
available. Instrumental in operating a
comprehensive Composite Tool Kit (CTK)
Program. Implemented foreign object
damage (FOD) prevention, safety, and
good housekeeping standards.

Notable Achievements:
- Forged 10 temporarily assigned
Langley / Mountain Home / Iowa ANG
technicians into a cohesive team
- Systematically removed and
replaced 134 digital electronic engine
controls and engine diagnostic units
- Carried out the supply card
conversion process, thus eliminating
paper-based supply asset tracking system
- Cut down man-hour expenditure
from 20 hours per week to 10 hours,
achieving 50% reduction
- Reorganized 150 equipment
inspection documents and successfully
maintained 95% Quality Assurance pass
rate
- Served as an active volunteer
for Joan Mann Sports Day highlighting
disabled athletes
- Highly regarded as breakfast
burrito fundraiser, raising more than
$600 for flight morale boosting
activities



PRIOR WORK EXPERIENCE

MAJOR COMMAND (MAJCOM) TF34 ENGINE
REGIONAL REPAIR CENTER CRAFTSMAN ~ 20th
Component Repair Squadron (ACC), Shaw
AFB, SC: 2000
MAJOR COMMAND (MAJCOM) TF34 REGIONAL
REPAIR CENTER JOURNEYMAN ~ 20th
Component Repair Squadron (ACC), Shaw
AFB, SC: 1998–1999
TF34 REGIONAL REPAIR CENTER JOURNEYMAN ~
20th Component Repair Squadron (ACC),
Shaw AFB, SC: 1997–1998
TF34 JET ENGINE INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE
JOURNEYMAN ~ 20th Component Repair
Squadron (ACC), Shaw AFB, SC: 1994–1997
TF34 JET ENGINE TESTING FACILITY
MECHANIC ~ 20th Component Repair
Squadron (ACC), Shaw AFB, SC: 1993–1994
JET ENGINE MECHANIC / APPRENTICE ~ 23rd
Component Repair Squadron (TAC), England
AFB, LA: 1988–1992

- Recognized as the first senior
airman to be qualified to perform engine
run at the England Air Force Base Test
Cell
- Selected as the 23rd Component
Repair Squadron Airman of the Year
(1991); 20th Component Repair Squadron
Propulsion Flight Airman of the Month
(May 1993); 20th Component Repair
Squadron Crew of the Quarter (3 times)
and TF34 Crew of the Year (1994); and
20th Component Repair Squadron Airman of
the Quarter (Q2 1994) for outstanding
duty performance, professionalism, and
leadership
- Functioned as a crash recovery
team augmentee for a mishap involving
two A-10 aircrafts; significantly
contributed in identifying engine parts
and in accelerating the investigation


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