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RS Aircraft Component Repair Technician II Resume

Desired Industry: Aviation SpiderID: 80295
Desired Job Location: Roswell, Georgia Date Posted: 12/10/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 55000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes

Forward-thinking and proactive professional, offering extensive experience in all areas of aviation maintenance and program management; encompassing staff development and operations administration. Effective at leading and collaborating with cross-disciplinary professionals on flight operations, occupational safety, and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulatory compliance to guarantee the achievement of organizational goals and objectives. Exemplify adeptness in adapting to and functioning well within critical and fast-changing environment honed from extensive exposure in military settings. Articulate communicator, bilingual in English and Spanish. Technically proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.

Security Officer | 2016–Present Verizon Building  Alpharetta, GA

Mentor/Tutor | 2014–2017 Roswell High School  Roswell, GA

Loss Prevention/Parts Specialist | 2010–2015 O’Reilly Auto Parts  Roswell, GA

Maintenance Advisor/Assistance Plant Manager | 2007–2014 Blessed Trinity High School  Roswell, GA

Aircraft Flight Line Mechanic | 2000–2007 DynCorp  Andrews AFB, MD

Aircraft and Quality Assurance Lead Inspector | 1998–2000 NAF Washington DC  Washington, DC

Supervisor, Jet Engine Repair Shop | 1994–1998 NAF Washington DC  Washington, DC

Supervisor, Jet Engine Repair Shop | 1992–1994 NAS Atlanta  Marietta, GA

Jet Engine/Powerplants Technician | 1978–1992 US Navy  Various Locations

Aviation Jet Engine Mechanic  United States Navy “A” School, Millington, TN
Airframe and/or Powerplant Mechanic  Federal Aviation Administration

Aviation/Aircraft Maintenance and Repair
Guaranteed the safety and airworthiness of all maintenance and ground operations, along with securing of flight communications
Prevented defects and maintained safety and productivity within work environment
Identified malfunctioned areas and executed repairs, removal, and replacement of aircraft components as necessary
Performed internal investigations regarding the execution of faulty maintenance procedures, utilization of faulty equipment, or installation of failed parts into the system
Functioned as focal point of contact for department on depot-level repairs, upgrades, and system modifications
Obtained certification to repair A6-E, A-7E, F-14A, DC-9, C-2OB/H (G-IIl/IV), C-37A (G-V), C-13oT, 737, C-32, T-34, and P-3C aircraft
Identified and acquired special hand tools to execute Commander, Naval Air Reserve Force (COMNAVAIRESFOR) only first degree repair site of the T700-GE-401 engine

Operations Administration and Leadership
Advised the senior management of program shortfall and areas regarding operational improvement within a 60-acre facility
Maintained proper documentation of all operation-related activities, while implementing cost reduction initiatives to minimize plant and labor expenditure and resolving plant issues in adherence to company policies and government regulations
Led day-to-day operation, determined root cause and issues, and deployed security- and safety-related policies and procedures
Secured all maintenance and ground operations, while ensuring accurate recording of all secure communications flights.
Collected and organized data using audits and monitored 24 maintenance programs for the C-20G Gulfstream IV
Served as aircraft systems inspector of powerplants, airframes, avionics, egress, ordnance, and electrical systems; as well as safety and quality assurance inspector to assist and improve maintenance practices through facilitation of technical training for technicians
Supervised 12 plane captains, 8 collateral duty inspectors, and 5 full system quality assurance representatives, including facilitation of training and qualification activities
Served as a key liaison to the Air Force 89th Air Wing during the removal and replacement of Gulfstream IV engines due to staff shortage and lack of experience

Staff Development and Training
Coordinated safety and technical training to support and improve maintenance practices
Facilitated screening, background checking, verifying identities, and conducting and recording drug test results
Directed the 96 mechanics and 28 avionics technicians in conducting scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of 12 presidentially designated aircraft, ranging from C-20 to C-32 and C-40 type models, including AIRFORCE 1 and 2, used to transport the President, Vice President, members of congress, and other foreign heads of state
Scheduled and observed cargo and personnel activities for all training exercises and deployments as logistics manager, while managing emergency traps of disabled aircraft using arrestment equipment
Guided led a four-man crew in providing services to tires, file, nitrogen, liquid oxygen, and hydraulic systems
Tracked maintenance productivity of more than 48 military/civilian artisans in charge of employing repair procedures for 11 production work centers
Managed daily production, work center planning, and task allocations to more than 26 team members

Growth and Development Impacts:
Created and deployed a tracking system that expedited the reporting of training by 40%
Planned and implemented departmental personnel training that led to the enhancement of maintenance standards
Played an integral role in reducing turnaround time of engine change procedures by 50%
Acted as the aviation gas-free engineering manager, responsible for training seven gas-free engineers, while overseeing depot-level repair of P-3 pump housing for VP-9l, which reduced turnaround time and repair cost for the squadron
Received several Safety Awareness, Sailor of the Quarter awards; and earned selection as training and publication petty officer
Presided over safety lecture and generated numerous statistical reports regarding department production trends and performance data for 15 aircraft and 168 personnel, which introduced various safety hazards and risks analysis shortfalls

Additional Information:
Professional Development

T-56-A-16/T-56-A-14 Intermediate Powerplants School | T56-A Borescope
T-56 Engine 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Degree Teardown, Analysis, and Repair
A-7E Powerplants and Fuel System | A-6E/KA-6D Powerplants and Fuel System
Logs and Records Clerk | Quality Assurance Administration | Maintenance Control Administration
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) | Capstone Institute of Mortgage Finance | Military Security Training

Awards and Honors

Joint Letter of Commendation, Commanding General, Dobbin AFB and Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
Safety Award and Navy Community Service of the Year Award, Commander, Naval Air Reserve Force
Several Letters of Appreciation


Volunteer Aircraft Maintenance Technician
Hartsfield International, Aero Atlanta | McCollum Airports, Atlanta Metropolitan

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