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Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator Resume

Desired Industry: Aviation SpiderID: 80048
Desired Job Location: Somerset, Pennsylvania Date Posted: 10/19/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 10.20.17
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes

Multifaceted, quality-focused, and detail-oriented professional, with extensive experience in various aspects of aircraft operations and maintenance. Adept at implementing preventive maintenance procedures in accordance with standard guidelines, manuals, and instructions. Equipped with advanced knowledge of regulatory standards and compliance, including Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Skilled at conducting safety inspections, examinations, and verifications to ensure proper preservation and optimum performance of aircraft. Armed with the capability to establish effective working relationships with partners, co-workers, and the management.

Relevant Experience

L3 Technologies, Greenville, TX
Aircraft Mechanic | B Mechanic, Aerospace System 2014–2015
Displayed expertise in general maintenance, rigging, sheet metal, and component installation
Held responsibility in removing and replacing landing gear door actuator, performing sheet metal work on inboard flaps, smoothing airframe skin on complete aircraft through blue guess epoxy adhesive, and placing sheet metal doubler at station 424 stringer R27
Flattened and prepared ultra-high frequency (UHF) / very high frequency (VHF) and other critical exterior electronics system antenna frame connection plate
Dealt with slates, flaps, counterweights, and wing tips
Performed adjustment on forward fan cowl, thrust reversers, and aft

US Airways, Philadelphia, PA
Aircraft Mechanic, Line Maintenance 2012–2012
Exemplified in-depth industry knowledge in maintaining A330, 319 ,321, 320 757, 767, and E135, including aircraft maintenance checks; auxiliary power unit (APU), engines, engine oils, hydraulic, and air and bleed systems maintenance; main landing gear, tires, and brakes removal and replacement; as well as forward and aft cargo loading systems repair
Demonstrated proficiency in fulfilling the following initiatives:
Lubrication of flight controls, flap, slat, ailerons, spoilers, flight control cables, inboard and outboard flaps, and landing gear
Construction and installation of electrical, plumbing, mechanical, hydraulic, and structural components and accessories
Examination of engines while working from ladders and scaffolds
Elimination and establishment of floor board, loading ramps forward and aft, gill liners, general lighting, and emergency lighting
Dealt with complex issues on aircraft at designated post gateway between arrival and departure

Northrop Grumman, Lake Charles, LA
Aircraft Mechanic, Strom Aviation, Inc. 2010–2010
Provided strategic direction in removing and reinstalling aircraft components, involving flight controls, engines, hydraulics, pneumatics, fuel systems, mechanical components, floor board, gill liners, fan cowls, thrust reverser, and heat exchangers, as well as in assessing airframe and power plant systems to identify key issues
Took charge of removal and reinstallation of multiple components such as engines, APU, horizontal stab rigging, and landing gear, as well as modification and testing of all electrical, electronic, and mechanical parts
Removed and replaced horizontal stabilizer control chain, as well as performed rigging and adjustments on all C130 thrust reversers lock mechanisms
Installed fire deployment distich agents and sniffers at forward and aft cargo bay units, as well as aft auxiliary power units and forward slats
Oversaw the inspection and installation of all communication antennas, as well as adjustment of forward and aft cargo doors
Installed intercostal beams forward of wing box and support beams at stations 305 through 450 0n 767
Removed and replaced crew oxygen system and up graded IAW blue prints upgrade

Earlier Positions Held:

Colgan Air, Inc., Johnstown, PA
Aircraft Mechanic

US Airways, Pittsburgh, PA
Aircraft Mechanic

World Airways, Oakland, CA
Aircraft Mechanic

Other Experience

ETW Renovation Enterprise, Somerset, PA
Owner (Self-Employment) 2015–Present

Dual Master of Professional Aeronautical Science in Human Factors
with Specialization in Human Factors in Aviation Systems and Aviation Aerospace Safety Systems
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide, Daytona Beach, FL
GPA: 4.35 | Sigma Tau Delta | Graduated with Distinction
Graduate Capstone Project: A Study of the Effects of NASAs System Safety Engineering Perspective to Improve Safety Measures Following the Columbia Accident

Bachelor of Science in Professional Aeronautics
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide, Daytona Beach, FL
Relevant Coursework: Aerospace Safety Systems, Aviation Safety, Aviation Business Administration, and Logistics

Coursework in Electro Mechanic Technology
Alleghany Community College, Somerset, PA
GPA: 3.65
Relevant Coursework: Electro-Mechanical, Electricity Electronics, Analog Electronics, and Digital Electronics

Contract Administration | Materials Interpretation | Aircraft and Aviation Preventive Maintenance
Quality Control and Assurance | Parts and Components Inspection | Aircraft Parts Installation and Replacement
Material Handling and Ground Support Equipment | Emergency Response | Safety Regulation

Additional Information:
Professional Development

Airframe and Power Plant License
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

Airbus Ramp Service Certification | A319, 320, and 321, 330 Maintenance Initial with CFM and V2500 Engine
A330 Maintenance Initial Engine Type: PW4168, RB211 Trent 700 | E190 100 GE CF 34-10E
Line Maintenance INDOC
US Airways

Beech 1900D Certification – Phase I | SAAB 340 A and B Certification – Phase I and II
Evergreen Airways

DC8-60 Training | GenFan
Evergreen Air Center

OH58A Observation Scout Helicopter | Air Force Crew Chief Training
United States Army

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