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Quality Assurance/Safety Manager-Aviation/Manufacturing/Logistics. Resume

Desired Industry: Manufacturing SpiderID: 52136
Desired Job Location: Middleburg, Florida Date Posted: 6/27/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 40000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No

Highly competent, well-accomplished and
seasoned quality assurance and safety
expert with more than 14 years of
experience in auditing, evaluating, and
performing trend analysis within the
aviation industry.
Demonstrate successful record of
ensuring safety and reducing accidents
in the work place, improving processes,
and equipping personnel for enhanced

Group ~ Jacksonville, FL 2007

- Implemented principles of LEAN,
Six Sigma, 5Y, and Theory of Constraints
in performing multiple aircraft mechanic
functions on the reassembly of F/A-18
- Recognized with the Shingo
Silver Medallion for the F/A-18 Hornet
Center Barrel Replacement at the Fleet
Readiness Center Southeast in FY 2008.
- Complied with the new tool
control program by completing the
organization of the assembly cells shop
tool box contents, which ensured that
shop to have all the necessary tools for
the daily tasks.
- Improved operational efficiency
through proposing of insightful
recommendations that addressed issues on
unequal distribution of tasks based on
the required amount of time to complete
assignments; drove continuing efforts to
preserve integrity of aircraft
components than purchasing replacement
to save costs.

United States Navy ~ Various Locations

- Achieved excellent scores in all
Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) inspections
through conducting high-quality weekly
safety inspections, monitoring spaces
for any unsafe conditions personnel
might be exposed to, and finding
appropriate solutions to the problem.
- Led the transfer and acceptance
of 8 EA-6B airplanes, rendering 100%
accountability in maintaining all system
components and their safe operating
- Increased production
accountability by 100% through execution
of new documentation controls; gained
perfect scores in all aircraft material
condition inspections by initiating new
control methods after thorough
investigation of department corrosion
control and preventive procedures.
- Contributed to the 100% mission
completion rate during a 7-month
deployment to the Middle East to support
the Operation Iraqi Freedom that enabled
the squadron to receive the Battle
Efficiency Award for being the most
superior EA-6B Squadron in the U.S. Navy
in 2005.
- Awarded with a Navy Marine Corps
Achievement Medal for providing expert
direction in the removal and replacement
of 21 turbofan engines in a 3-day period
while completing 2 sea deployments in
support of Operation Southern Watch and
earned the Battle Efficiency Award for
having the most superior F/A-18 squadron
in the U.S. Navy in 2000.

Program toward Master of Aeronautical
Specializing in Aviation/Aerospace
Safety Systems: 2010
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University ~
Daytona Beach, FL

Bachelor of Science in Professional
Aeronautics, Minor in Safety and
Management: 2009
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University ~
Daytona Beach, FL
Graduated cum laude ~ GPA: 3.52/4.0


Honorable Discharge, United States

Leadership & Management
Quality Assurance & Trend Analysis
Problem Solving & Troubleshooting
Communication & Technical Writing
Management and Information Systems
Aviation Maintenance
Safety Compliance and Maintenance
Naval Production Operations and
Processing Methods
Industrial Engineering
Efficient Material Handling
Hazardous Material Control & Disposal

Additional Information:

SAFETY: Introduction to Aerospace
Safety ~ Aircraft Crash and Emergency
Management ~ Aircraft Accident
Investigation ~ Systems Safety in
Aviation ~ Aviation and Aerospace
Industrial Safety Management Propulsion
Plant Investigation

AVIATION: Human Factors in Aviation ~
Aviation Law ~ Aviation Maintenance
Management ~ Naval Aircraft Performance
~ Statistics with Aviation Application ~
Airport Planning and Design ~ Aviation
and Aerospace Safety Systems


Naval Aviation Maintenance Logs and
Records Management for Naval Aviation
Logistics Command Management Information
Systems: 2006 ~ Primary Leadership
Development Program: 2005
Maintenance/Production Control for Naval
Aviation Maintenance Control Management
to Indicate Naval Aviation Logistics
Command Information Systems: 2003 ~
Naval Aviation Quality Assurance
Administration: 2002
~ Workcenter Supervisor: 2002 ~ SH-3
Power Plant and Related Systems
Integrated (Career) Organizational
Maintenance: 2001 ~ First Line
Leadership Development Program: 2001 ~
Aviation Gas Free Engineering: 2000
~ F/A-18 Power Plants and Related
Systems: 1997 ~ Aviation Machinist Mate
Common Core and Turbojet Fundamentals:


The Leader as A Model: 2005 ~
Contentious Tactics and Conflict
Escalation: 2005 ~ The Personal Approach
in Delegation: 2005 ~ Listening for
Higher Purpose: 2005 ~ Effective
Presentation Delivery: 2005
~ Coaching for Performance: 2005 ~
Problem Solving and Decision Making in
Groups: 2005 ~ Systems Thinking Models
and Thinking Skills: 2005


(4) Navy Marine Corp Achievement Medals
~ (3) Good Conduct Medals ~ (2) Navy
Unit Commendations Global War on
Terrorism Medal
~ Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal ~ (2)
Flag Letters of Commendation (7)
Letters of Commendation

Available upon request.

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