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Lead Quality Control Inspector Resume


Desired Industry: Manufacturing SpiderID: 56872
Desired Job Location: Ball Ground, Georgia Date Posted: 1/9/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: ASAP
Desired Wage: $38000+
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
To obtain a Lead Q.C Inspector position in which I can utilize over 41 years of aviation quality & maintenance experience with proven team building, leadership, problem solving, technical, organizational, and interpersonal skills.


Experience:
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:
Aero Technologies Miami, Florida - August 9 2010 to April 19. 2011
Quality Control Inspector FAA 145 Repair Station. In process audits of internal technicians and unannounced audits of in work testing in all departments including Avionic, Hydraulic, Pneumatic, Electric, including incoming units with warranty and customer service issues throught the process including compliance of individual customer request on R.O.'s.

Propulsion Technologies International, LLC. Miami, Florida – July 9, 2007 to Nov.21, 2008
Quality Assurance Specialist II FAA 145 Repair Station - Management of the Technical Publications Department and personnel, consisting of CFM56-2 thru -7B, GE CF6-50; -80C, Turbomeca Arriel 1 & 2 engine manuals. Vendor and Internal audits. ISO/EASA audit documentation for all Auditors. Writing CAR & NCR reports for internal audits and corrective action.

Kellstrom Repair Services, Inc. Miramar, Florida - December 2002 to July 6, 2007
Technical Publications Administrator -. DD 2345 Data Manager. Problem solving: I turned over 1300 USAF T.O’s (C130, F16, P3 aircraft) from a 90% non current status to a 100% current status, by obtaining revision service thru the USAF. Maintaining currency and ordering USAF T.O.’s thru ATOMS 2000. (NAC (National Agency Check) SF85P 3/24/07)
With approximately 900 manufacturer maintenance manuals. Hazardous Materials manager, Purchasing all non-inventory parts FAA 145 Repair Station.
High Tech Avionics Services – (Part of Kellstrom) also Technical Publications -Updating & Maintaining 2191 Component Maintenance Manuals.
     
AAR Tempco, Miami Lakes, Florida - July 2001 to April 2002
Q.C.Chief Inspector/ ISO 9001 Administrator- Maintaining and ensuring compliance of
all aspects of the ISO system, IPM, and all maintenance manual revisions. BOM for O/H components for an FAA 145 Repair Station - Commuter Aircraft Landing Gear O/H facility. Maintaining Training records for all personnel.

Avteam, Miramar, Florida- January 2000 to April 2001
Q.C.  Manager  (Jan 2001 to April 2001) - Duties include managing one supervisor and
four inspectors, and ensuring accountability in all areas. Follow requirements and ensure revisions of the QAM and QSPM are properly communicated to employees. Perform ISO audits and assist with customer complaint investigation and resolving non-conformities
to ensure customer satisfaction.
Q.C. Outbound Inspector (12 months) - Assuring integrity of aircraft engine and airframe parts, proper documentation, and trace, completing material certs, and assuring accuracy
of parts being shipped according to customer requirements on a priority basis.

Aviation Sales Distribution Company, Miami, Florida - September 1998 to Nov 1999
Q.C. Lead Inspector - Duties include enforcing quality standards . Responsible for training, personnel reviews, material & documentation by P/N, S/N, quantity, condition, for receiving inspectors, and for receiving material on a priority basis.

B.F. Goodrich Aerospace – FAA 145 Repair Station - Landing Gear Division, Miami International Airport- September 1994 to September 1998
Production Cell Coordinator/Supervisor - (12 months)-Directly responsible for coordinating build schedules with cell leaders/leadmen, OJT records, personnel reviews, and Quality Process Improvement for disassembly, assembly, plating, machine shop, paint, survey and repairs, NDT, engineering techs, bushing and hone departments.

Q.C. Final Inspector – (36 months)
Responsible for assembly acceptance, and final acceptance of buildup procedures, returning components to airworthiness status, of commercial aircraft landing gears. Wiring Harness Inspector.

Greenwich Air Services, Miami International Airport - September 1992 to September 1994.
Lead Mechanic - Blades and Vanes Shop. Responsible for leading and directing, OJT, scheduling, for 9 blade and vane technicians on CF6-50, JT8D, RB211, JT3D, GG3C, LM1500, LM2500 aircraft and ground power engines for an FAA 145 Repair Station.

Eastern Aero Marine, Miami, Florida - February 1992 to September 1992.
Incoming Inspector – FAA 145 Repair Station - Responsible for incoming inspection of aircraft evacuation slides and life rafts, performing functional leakage tests, and inspecting equipment integrity and serviceability.

Eastern Air Lines, Miami International Airport - FAA 121 - February 1979 to November 1991.
Quality Control Inspector (13 months) - Vendor Receiving Inspection, ensuring restoration / repair procedures as outlined in customer, manufacturers, and EAL manuals, of all engine-related repairs parts and components on JT8D, CF6-50, and RB211 engines.

Blades and Vanes Master Mechanic (75 months) - Responsible for inspecting, restoration, and serviceability on JT8, CF6-50, RB211, compressor and turbine engine blades and vanes.

Component Overhaul Mechanic (12 months) - Accomplished major overhaul, testing, and inspection of flap transmissions on A300, B727, B757, and L1011 aircraft.      
Heavy Maintenance Mechanic (33 months) - Extensive Line Maintenance, performing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, servicing, taxiing, towing, and engine run-up on A-300, B727, DC9, L1011, and B757 aircraft.

Heavy Maintenance Line Mechanic (33 months) – Performed scheduled and non –scheduled heavy maintenance of A-300, B727, DC9, L1011, and B757 aircraft. Included engine run-up, servicing, taxiing, towing.

Aircraft Overhaul Mechanic (15 months) - Sheetmetal mechanic on C&D Check Line on B727 and L1011.



Education:
EDUCATION
Eastern Airlines Maintenance & Engineering Courses - Inspector duties and responsibilities, CF6-50, L1011, B727 Familiarization, A300 A & P, A300 Flap / Jackscrew Troubleshooting, and Engine Documentation. 
George T. Baker Aviation School - Miami, Florida - Graduated December 1977
Major: Airframe and Powerplant. GPA: 3.5

FAA Airframe and Powerplant License - February 1978.

United States Air Force Technical School - August 1968 to February 1975. Various Maintenance, Technical, and Management Courses

Miami Dade Community College - Miami, Florida. December 1967 to June 1968. Major: Business Administration. Introduction to Aircraft Powerplants.

AS 9110 Certified Lead Auditor - 40 hours training Completed Nov 19, 2007


Skills:
Wiring harness Inspection for B-747 landing gear Inspector for B.F. Goodrich Aerospace. Computer- Word, accel.


Additional Information:


MILITARY EXPERIENCE
United States Air Force (6 ˝ years)
Aircrew Egress System Technician, E-5, 7 Level - August 1968 to February 1975. Overhauled, modified, quality assurance, and final inspections on aircrew escape systems on F-4, C-D-E, F-111A, A1-E & H, T-28, OV-10, T-33, T-39, and A-37B aircraft.  Two tours in SEA. Vietnam Veteran


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