|Desired Industry: Aviation
|Desired Job Location: Yuma, Arizona
||Date Posted: 9/14/2015
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: Aviation Manager
|Desired Wage: 80000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Management (Manager, Director)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
|Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
Dynamic, quality-focused, and versatile
professional with extensive experience
in various aspects of aircraft
operations and maintenance. Demonstrate
adeptness in implementing preventive
maintenance procedures in accordance
with standard guidelines, manuals, and
instructions. Exemplify skills in
conducting safety inspections,
examinations, and verifications to
ensure the proper preservation and
optimum performance of aircraft.
Leverage capability to establish working
relationships with partners, co-workers,
and the management. Articulate
communicator with superior interpersonal
and motivational abilities; effective at
resolving multiple and complex issues as
well as in motivating the staff to
achieve peak performance.
United States Marine Corps, Marine
Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron
Maintenance Chief, Yuma, AZ, USA
Provide expert oversight to more than
500 employees and more than 50 aircraft
to perform assigned tasks and meet the
set-forth schedule in the military.
Carry out key tasks to manage the
Weapons and Tactics Instructors (WTI) 1-
15 and 2-15 courses including:
Keen oversight of aircraft maintenance
officer and maintenance chief to ensure
safety and proper maintenance in
conformity with technical manuals and
Development and execution of the WTI
table of organization for the fixed wing
Creation of the parking plan for more
than 30 and 25 additional external air
Preside over the training of maintenance
site and division chiefs and quality
Play a key role as liaison between
MAWTS-I while providing support to
squadron maintenance departments.
Successfully trained quality assurance
personnel for two safety inspections,
conducted by the Wing ALMAT teams, which
significantly brought zero major
Worked closely with squadron maintenance
chiefs to coordinate all external air
support maintenance including launch,
loading, and repair of external squadron
resulted to the achievement of zero
Led key efforts of the maintenance
troubleshooting team at forward
operating bases in support for four
major training evolutions.
Worked closely with supporting squadrons
to direct the operations of aircraft,
personnel, and equipment.
Established reputation for attaining the
highest readiness rate in the last 10
years of operation.
Spearheaded the integration of more than
30 aircrafts and 500 marines across the
fleet into a Maintenance Department,
which resulted in more than 2,200 flight
aircraft readiness rate, and attainment
of CNO goals.
Quality Assurance Chief, VMGR 352/152,
Keenly supervised the A KC-130J squadron
as the power line quality assurance
representative (QAR); while performing
key duties as squadron gunnery sergeant
for VMGR 152.
Took charge of facilitating the training
and evaluation of all quality assurance
(QA) and collateral duty quality
assurance representatives (CDQARs).
Directed the daily operations of the
entire Maintenance Department to ensure
quality, safety, education, and training
of 218 marines.
Rendered professional advice to the
senior leadership and trained all
personnel within the Maintenance
Department on proper maintenance
techniques and practices.
Drove key efforts in preparing the
entire Maintenance Department for two
outside inspections, conducted by higher
echelons; thus achieving the best in
wing results during the
first MAW inspection.
Singlehandedly managed the QA Audit and
Maintenance Safety programs with minimal
discrepancies and no maintenance mishaps
or safety incidents.
Maintained compliance with all Marine
Corps regulations in managing all four
Earned qualification to train 100 new
CDIs and 40 new CDQARs.
Exhibited superior talents in rewriting
15 local command procedures and ensuring
their daily utilization to provide
updates as well as to increase the
efficiency of the
Observed strict adherence to the
COMMANAVAIRFORINST 4790. 2B in managing
37 maintenance programs as examined by
Accurately encoded all safety reports in
a timely manner; expertly handled 42
programs to ensure overall quality and
safety of the squadron, resulting to two
Brought significant improvement to the
quality of the inspection processes that
led to the attainment of safety awards
for the squadrons.
Enhanced processes, which were utilized
by the inspection teams as model for the
wing that provided overall wing
Received selection from the first MAW
commanding general to serve as member of
the Evaluation Board of another
squadron, responsible for providing
oversight to the unit’s
readiness to ensure safety and
productivity; as well as for coaching
more than 235 marines on general quality
Power Line Quality Assurance
VMGR 252/VX 20, Marine Corps Air
Station, Cherry Point, NC, USA 1992–
Employed analytical skills in verifying
publications; as well as all power plant
propeller and fuel systems for KC-130J.
Obtained comprehensive knowledge of the
new type model C-130 to be introduced to
the squadron; and served as the very
first person in the military around the
world to overhaul
Conducted in-depth training to all power
plant mechanics as well as the fleet on
the process of overhauling propellers.
Held full accountability in handling the
new Individual Material Readiness List
Established two squadrons with the new
type model aircraft.
Gained distinction as the first military
member in the world to remove and tear
down an R-391 propeller.
Reduced the timeline required for the
power line mechanic training program by
ensuring all ground training were
completed by marines before the end of
the first quarter.
Successfully introduced two qualified
CDQARs and three CDIs to the Maintenance
Coordinated Lockheed contractors to
provide work alternatives and solutions
and ensure the achievement of goals
within the Marine Corps standards.
Earned promotion ahead of peers; along
with a letter of appreciation by
exemplifying leadership during the
reinstatement of aircraft to mission-
capable status, requiring three
RFI engines and four RFI propellers.
Bachelor of Science in Organizational
Management: 2011 | University of Phoenix,
Associate of Arts in General Studies: 2008
| University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ
Occupational Safety and Health
Administration Course | Quality
Assurance | Aviation Confined Space
Rolls Royce T-56 Engine School |
Lockheed Martin Differential Course |
Awards and Honors
Combat Action Ribbon | Meritorious
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
(5) | Navy and Marine Corps Commendation
Available upon request.
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