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Aviation Management Resume

Desired Industry: Aviation SpiderID: 82625
Desired Job Location: Orange, California Date Posted: 6/25/2020
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: immediately
Desired Wage: 70000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes

Proactive, detail-oriented, and results-driven professional wi- extensive experience in aircraft maintenance, quality assurance, and operations management. Equipped wi- solid expertise in troubleshooting and repairing powerline and powerplant systems. Skilled at developing and implementing maintenance programs to ensure mission-readiness of aircraft and aviation systems. Effective at training, guiding, and supervising high-caliber teams of professionals toward -e successful achievement of organizational goals. Armed wi- strong communication and interpersonal aptitudes in building positive work relationships wi- professionals across all organizational levels; combined wi- outstanding work e-ic and unsurpassed dedication to consistently produce remarkable results wi-in all fields of endeavor. Currently hold active security clearance.

United States of Marine Corps MCAS Miramar, San Diego CA
Maintenance and Materials Control Supervisor/Maintenance Control Chief 2017–2020
-Provided leadership in ordering and acquiring aircraft parts and equipment wor- more -an $20M wi-out loses or survey’s wi-in -ree-year period
-Mentored and supervised 14 personnel in overseeing daily operations and nine division programs by performing two aircraft material condition and Aviation Logistics Management Assist Team (ALMAT) maintenance program inspections securing zero off track programs and 100% mission completion
-Held responsibility in resolving a wide array of maintenance-related problems in -e department level
-Examined aircraft discrepancies books to guarantee -e “safe for flight” for aircraft and all downing discrepancies were signed off and completion of pertinent inspection
-Assumed accountability in creating and modifying short- and long-term maintenance plans in providing suitable staff coverage and coordinating in daily flight schedule and combat operations
-Functioned as primary contact for all maintenance evolution, while scheduling and delivering positive control of all performed maintenance in assigned aircraft and equipment
-Made sure of proper maintenance of 12 MV-22s and all supporting equipment in -e highest state of material condition and readiness for combat operations
-Rendered direct supervision to maintenance control officer to drive overall success and operation of -e Maintenance Department, as well as two maintenance controllers on -e safe-for-flight qualification process
-Coached and directed various safe-for-flight maintenance controllers and expediters wi- regard to proper procedures and efficiency for safe mission execution and effectiveness
-Fostered and cultivated strong relationship between all external agencies to ensure compliance of all -e supporting Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron (MALS), Fleet Support Team, Rolls Royce, and Bell-Boeing representatives wi- squadron maintenance efforts

Key Accomplishments
-Successfully improved aircraft readiness by 27% in -e first year -rough supervision of Maintenance Department consisting of 138 personnel and 15 MV-22 aircraft
-Minimized training time on new safe for flight qualifications from 90 to 76 days -rough successful implementation of new training plans and standard operating procedures

Powerline Division Chief 2016–2017
-Presided over -e training of 50 marines on performing all required aircraft maintenance and all powerline work center collateral based on applicable instructions
-Served as collateral duty assurance representative assigned for powerplants, propeller, and fuel systems, including final inspection and verification of maintenance performed by powerline mechanics on KC-130 aircraft, while overseeing work center ensuring safety of all personnel
-Fulfilled various titles such as aviation free engineer/entry au-ority and confined space entry program manager engaged in certifying fuel cells, confined spaces, and qualification of marines as entry au-orities, entry supervisors, and au-orized entrants and observers
-Acted as naval aviation maintenance discrepancy reporting program monitor to ensure all submitted reports in proper format and timeliness based on -e COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2

Quality Assurance Supervisor 2014–2017
-Served as qualified entry au-ority and confined space program manager to approve 220 confined spaces; allow safe entry and repair of parts and aircraft; and lead 1213 maintenance man hours of confined space repairs wi- zero mishaps
-Demonstrated analytical skills in performing and evaluating 173 audits and 18 special audits on maintenance programs, while conducting programs and data to correct all noted discrepancies and trends -at supported in unit passing on Commander, Naval Air Forces Inspection wi- 96.8% readiness rating
-Initiated -orough inspection of more -an 1500 maintenance actions and accumulation of over 6000 maintenance man hours on KC-130 aircraft and Rolls Royce AE 2100D3 engines
-Tracked and resolved aircraft deficiencies in austere environments from home station enabling -e crew to return on timely and safe manner
-Displayed multitasking skills in fulfilling -e following roles:
oQuality staff noncommissioned officer in charge of supervising -e training of marines wi-in work center
oQuality assurance audit program manager responsible for conducting review on 34 scheduled audits annually and 9 special audits
oMaintenance safety program manager/monitor for fuel surveillance, foreign object damage, naval aviation maintenance discrepancy reporting program (NAMDRP), vibration analysis, maintenance control, and weight and balance programs and areas
-Offered technical support to all squadron work centers, maintenance control, quality assurance officer (QAO), and maintenance officer (MO) as well as in -e successful transformation of new 4790.2C maintenance requirements

Aircraft Flight Mechanic, Naval Flight Demonstration Team 2010–2014
-Travelled and conducted yearly air shows across -e country to show -e coordination and aircraft capabilities of -e C-130 aircraft, including 78 airshows and 312 mishap free flight demonstrations
-Performed significant role as a sole power plants quality assurance inspector accountable for aircraft, engine, propeller, and fuel systems maintenance inspections wi- 98% mission readiness rating
-Took charge of performing and certifying 32 confined spaces on c-130 and F/A-18 A/B/C aircraft wi- zero reported mishaps
-Applied effective communication skills in teaching and interacting wi- numerous media, military, and civilian riders regarding military service and general aviation topics, while serving as public affairs representative to coordinate and deliver safe environment
-Served as part of Blue Angel C-130 demonstration aircrew and acted as a representative of Navy and Marine Corps across -e United States and internationally
-Effectively performed -e following roles wi- different responsibilities:
oC-130 navigator and load master
oC-130 engine, propeller, and fuel systems collateral duty quality assurance representative (CDQAR)
oWork center tool control program manager
oVibration analysis program manager
oSquadron entry au-ority for aviation confined space entry program
oSquadron ground training representative to monitor physical tests and combat fitness tests

Quality Assurance Supervisor 2008–2010
-Facilitated training and mentorship to a department of 200 personnel, while evaluating and monitoring personnel -at qualified 16 collateral duty inspectors, 6 collateral duty quality assurance inspectors, and 4 quality assurance representatives

Key Accomplishments
-Steered efforts in initiating new training processes for -e department in relation to adoption of -e advanced skills management tool (ASM) program to drive seamless transition of qualifications in preventing any work stoppage
-Established -e Maintenance Department wi- 40 personnel, as well as Quality Assurance Division by creating 34 programs and standard operating procedures for maintenance and personnel safety which resulted to remarkable 98% overall rating on maintenance program inspection -rough Marine Aviation Logistics 40

Earlier Positions Held:

Quality Assurance Representative
Quality Assurance Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC)
Powerline Staff Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (SNCOIC)
Powerplant QAR
Powerline NCOIC
Powerline Assistant NCOIC
Powerline Workcenter Assistant NCOIC
Powerline Mechanic

Professional Development

Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Certification, In Progress
Occupational Safety and Heal- Administration (OSHA) – 30 Hours Certified: 2020

Ground Safety for Managers Course: 2018
Aviation Life Support Systems Configuration Management: 2017
Aircraft Weight and Balance Training: 2017
Optimized Nalcomis Basic Documentation and Functional Training Course: 2016
Naval Aviation Maintenance Officer/Detachment Officer Familiarization Course: 2016
Naval Aviation Maintenance Control Management Course: 2014
Basic Corrosion Course: 2010
Aircraft Corrosion Course: 2010
KC-130 J Aircraft Mechanic Organization Maintenance Course: 2008
KC-130 J Propeller Organizational Maintenance Course: 2008
Naval Aviation Quality Assurance Administration Course: 2002
Aviation Gas Free Engineering Course: 2002
Student Career Courses
-Military Studies
-Leadership Studies
-Training Management
-Weapons System Organic
-Battle Studies

Additional Information:
Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2)
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (3)
Good Conduct Medal
Meritorious Service Medal

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