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Aircraft Technician Resume

Desired Industry: Aviation SpiderID: 80884
Desired Job Location: Valley Lee, Maryland Date Posted: 4/17/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 04.18.18
Desired Wage: 50000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes

Multifaceted, goal-driven, and performance-focused professional,
equipped with background in aircraft maintenance, inspections,
and repair honed from experience within aviation industry.
Highly skilled at training and supervising teams and conducting
aircraft test, evaluation maintenance, and quality assurance;
along with the ability to accomplish all tasks within set-forth
deadlines. Known for strong work ethic and professional
demeanor; with excellent communication, interpersonal, time
management, and multitasking skills. Proficient with Microsoft
Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Currently hold
active United States Government Secret Security Clearance.


Data Analyst 2016-Present
-Provide support to Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) 4.1.10
Division for reliability and maintainability engineering and
technical support for Triton Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS),
as well as 53K helicopter program in Patuxent River, Maryland
-Hold responsibility in observing and documenting all
maintenance actions on the UAS and provide accurate and
detailed information in tracking reliability and
maintainability metrics through the Universal Flight Test
Database (UFTDB) for the Triton program in preparation for
handoff to the United States Naval fleet
-Offer effectual assistance with the maintenance and
processing of data in the UFTDB used for official calculation
of contractual metrics for multiple vendors
-Keep record of maintenance actions and deliver classification
of repair to assist Integrated Test Team (ITT) Review Board
for final adjudication before calculations in assessing
aircrafts reliability and maintainability
-Aided 25 Reliability and Maintainability Review boards with
leadership on a bi-weekly basis covering more than 3,200
records for official metric calculation
-Produce PowerPoint presentations in understanding applicable
data for design and efficiency changes
-Take accountability in verifying software and hardware
configuration used in measuring the effectiveness and helping
in identifying failure trends; as well as in encoding,
reviewing, analyzing, and auditing data for reliability and
maintainability development and sustainment
-Document initial evaluation of Prognostics Health Management
(PHM) data and observed deficiencies

UNITED STATES NAVY - Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 1, Patuxent River, MD
Aircraft Worker, M1 Support Services, 2014-2016
-Played a lead role in launching and recovering various
aircraft platforms and conducting daily and turn around
-Strictly observed compliance with the Naval Aviation
Maintenance instructions and programs including foreign
object debris (FOD), 4790, HazMat, and tool control
-Demonstrated effectiveness in conducting pre-operational
checks on support equipment and towing aircraft from hanger
to the flight line and locations

UNITED STATES NAVY - Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 1, Patuxent River, MD
Aviation Structural Mechanic 2010-2014
-Performed maintenance on H60RA, H60SA, P-3, P-8, and E-2
aircraft to meet flight schedule requirements while
guaranteeing the safety of pilots and aircrew members
-Served as quality assurance inspector, responsible for
overseeing the maintenance of airframe shop and sign for
supervisor on computer Maintenance Action Forms while
conducting shop audits in the absence of quality assurance
shop manager
-Functioned as shift manager, in charge of supervising and
assigning tasks to more than 10 personnel to increase and
improve turnaround time with minimal mishaps
-Displayed proficiency in conducting various inspections and
repair of multiple platforms using electronic technical
manuals (IETMs) and 4, 790 publications
-Applied skills in training and supervising 10 employees on
daily responsibilities and maintenance regulations to promote
workplace success and efficiency
-Utilized Optimized Organizational Maintenance Activity (OOMA)
to sign off and record maintenance actions while adhering to
the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) standard
operation procedures for Naval Aviation
-Actualized proper control of aircraft tools as well as
correcting 435 tool control discrepancies based on naval
aviation instructions
-Decreased the number of unnecessary repairs and maintenance
actions and maintained flight success and safety

USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN 71, San Diego, CA
Aviation Structural Mechanic 2009-2010
-Took full charge of repairing various shipboard structures including hatches, doors, drain lines, and ladders using aircraft repair skills which saved costs used for replacement
-Operated various sheet metal equipment in order to make necessary repair, operated equipment for sandblasting, painting, and powder coating
-Qualified forklift driver responsible for moving supplies and shipboard structures to necessary locations

USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN 71, San Diego, CA
Aviation Boatswain Mate Handler 2006-2009
-Braced and chained multiple aircraft platforms and handled
aircraft movement on flight deck
-Delivered safe flight operations with limited room for error
-Capitalized on skills in training four employees regarding
proper flight deck procedures and safety which enhanced
mission success and reduced flight deck mishaps


Correctional Officer, Navy Expeditionary Guard Battalion,
Guantanamo bay, Cuba 2011-2012
-Trained over 60 employees in proper care and transport
procedures thus, increasing camp effectiveness and safety
-Provided supervision to six employees on daily procedures
while maintaining camp mission and effectiveness while
working in a very straining environment

Coursework in 6 Credits in Religious Studies
Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA

Coursework in General Studies (40 Credits)
Credited through Naval training schools

Member, American Legion | Member, Disabled American Veterans

Team Collaboration |Organizational Leadership and Development |
Process Improvement
Safety Inspections |Policy and Procedure Development | Aviation
Systems | Quality Assurance

Additional Information:

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Training
Operational Stress Control Supervisor Training
Stress Response and Suicide Awareness Training
Operational Security Training

Correctional Officer Certificate, United States Military
Apprenticeship Program
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Qualified

Airframe and Power Plant (A&P) License, In Progress


Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal | Navy and Marine Corps
Achievement Medal


Volunteer, Community Relation Projects and Youth Ministry
Assistant Coach, Son's Basketball Team
Mentor, High School Students

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