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2400 Veterans Blvd. Ste 16C #0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Social Security Number:
Qualified Maintenance Operations, Jet Engine Maintenance, Jet Engine Component Maintenance, Engine/Component Repair, Maintenance Documentation, Technical Troubleshooting, Issue Analysis, Communication, Relationship Management, Quality Assurance, Repair Inspections, Personnel Training, Regulatory Compliance, Personnel Supervision, Hand Tool Operations, Engine Related Support Equipment Operation, Technical Order Interpretation, Directive/Owner Manual Interpretation, Safety Regulations, Process/Procedure Enforcement, Management, Personnel Supervision, Leadership, ISO Audits, Facility Management, Eyewash Inspections, Composite Tool Calibration, Tool Inspections, Forklift Operation, TO Library Management, Weight Checks, Incident Engines Reporting, Bill of Landing Accountability.
6/2001-8/0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Hours per Week: 40
Supervisor: Jose Segovia Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx May Contact: Yes
Serving as a Qualified Engine Mechanic and Working Leader, skillfully perform a wide variety of maintenance tasks on assigned engines and components. Effectively train and direct assigned personnel in the maintenance of engines and components. Successfully coordinated all maintenance operations with Division Foreman and Supporting Shop Leaders, ensuring accuracy and completeness of engine/component inspections and documentation. Actively coordinated engine status updates with Engine Manager. Efficiently maintained Composite Tool Kits, special tools and support equipment. Proficiently supervised J69 Engine docks, J85 Teardown Dock, Packing and Crating Dock and Inspection dock with 12 mechanics. Supervised maintenance documentation updates with quality assurance reports and briefs on discrepancies, ensuring accuracy and completeness of all files. Oversee the implementation of corrective measures to improve quality and prevent adverse trends. Responsible for ensuring all repairable assets are processed within established supply regulations. Actively supported the Division Foreman to ensure suspense dates are met on coordinated reports; including AF Form 2419, AETC Form 447 and Training. Skillfully maintain compliance with engine rigging procedures, in accordance with applicable tech data.
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Oversee qualified disassembly and reassembly of assigned engines and engine components required to perform scheduled/unscheduled maintenance tasks in accordance with applicable technical directives. Strategically conduct maintenance inspections of engine/component, ensuring work quality and completeness. Consistently ensure compliance in all applicable contractual programs and regulations, including tool, safety, security, HAZMAT, support equipment, housekeeping, and foreign object damage prevention programs. Actively work with Division Foreman and Training Manager in maintaining all work center training requirements. Capably ensure all applicable Personal Protective Equipment is worn by personnel. Responsible for training and testing employees on the navigation and usage of all applicable Technical Orders. Follow up by conducting inspections of assigned work.
8/1999-6/0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Hours per Week: 40
Supervisor: Frank Kupillas Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx May Contact: No
Serving as Qualified Engine Mechanic and Working Leader, actively performed a wide variety of maintenance tasks. Skillfully trained and directed all assigned personnel in the maintenance and troubleshooting of engines and components. Actively collaborated with Division Foreman and Shop Leaders in the coordination of engine and component maintenance operations. Tasked with supervising 3 J69 Engine docks and 7 mechanics, ensuring accurate and complete reporting of maintenance operations. Proficiently coordinated with Division Foreman and Training Manager in maintaining work center training requirements. Assisted Division Foreman meeting suspense dates on coordinated reports; including AF Form 2419, AETC Form 447 and Training. Strategically coordinated status updates on all assigned engines. Responsible for maintaining and tracking assigned CTKs, special tools and support equipment, while ensuring compliance with engine rigging procedures, IAW applicable Tech data. Proficiently updated ITP with personnel qualification status. Effectively monitored quality assurance reports and briefs regarding discrepancies, ensuring the implementation of corrective measures. Responsible for overseeing repairable assets, ensuring asset processing within established supply regulations. Skillfully performed scheduled/unscheduled maintenance tasks, including the disassembly and reassembly of assigned engines and engine components. Strategically conducted maintenance inspections of engines/components to ensure highest quality and completeness. Actively maintained compliance with all contractual programs and regulations; including tool, safety, security, HAZMAT, support equipment, and FOD prevention programs. Produced a record 27 J69 Engines in 2/2000.
7/1998-8/0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Hours per Week: 40
Supervisor: Lenny Minzer Phone: 830-298-4963 May Contact: No
Skillfully maintained all assigned engines, ensuring compliance with the highest quality and safety standards. Effectively troubleshot all engine problems. Qualified to handle all engine rigging procedures IAW applicable Technical Orders when required by ITP and assigned work center. Proficiently handled a broad range of qualified tasks, including the disassembly, inspection and reassembly of engines and engine components. Consistently oversaw both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance tasks, ensuring compliance with applicable technical directives to ensure quality and completeness of maintenance. Capably handled all entries associated with maintenance tasks and parts ordering.
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12/1997-6/0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Hours per Week: 40
Supervisor: Name Phone: 830-298-4963 May Contact: No
Actively collaborated in the maintenance of engines and components, ensuring the highest quality and safety standards. Responsible for disassembly, cleaning, inspection, and assembly of engines and components. Consistently maintained compliance with tool, safety, security, support equipment, HAZMAT, housekeeping, and FOD prevention programs. Efficiently a variety of tasks in the disassembly of assigned engines and engine components. Proficiently performed both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance tasks in accordance with applicable technical directives.
8/1997-12/0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Hours per Week: 40
Starting Salary: $17,680
Supervisor: Barney Arnold Phone: 830-298-4963 May Contact: No
Responsible for maintaining detailed engine records, ensuring compliance with technical orders and directives. Skillfully updated engine inventory, configuration and scheduled maintenance data. Drove the initiation of AFTO Form 350s using repair cycle matrix and serviceable tags/flow sheets for packages sent to the docks. Effectively reviewed maintenance records, ensuring accuracy and completeness of all documentation. Proficiently created job control numbers for scheduling and tracking items sent to work centers for inspection and/or repair. Facilitated productive communication with Quality Assurance and Management regarding special interest engines. Ensured compliance with a wide variety of contractual programs and regulations, including safety, support equipment, housekeeping, and FOD prevention programs.
Sul Ross State University
Coursework in Criminal Justice
13 Credit Hours
Del Rio High School
Del Rio, TX
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TRAINING and PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Certification Forklift Operator 4-6K, 2010
Forklift Training C Block II Hands on Training
Facility Managers Training, 2010
Information Assurance Awareness, 2010
Information Protection, 2010
Force Protection, 2010
Environmental Management System, 2010
Hazardous Waste Management, 2010
Pollution Prevention, 2010
Storm Water-Basic Information, 2010
OPSEC Awareness Training, 2009
ISO: 9001:2008 Overview Training, 2008
ISO: 9001:2008 Internal Auditor Training, 2008
Reusable Container Training AFI 24-203 Chapter 9.2, 2007
Block III, Equipment Management, AFMAN 23-110, Vol 2, 2007
Block I, General Supply Indoctrination, AFMAN 23-110, Vol 2, 2007
Supervisor Health, Safety and Environment Program Training, 1999
URS Corporation Defensive Driving Course, 2009
NAC Security Clearance C Favorable, 2003
Senior Production Mechanic of the 3rd Quarter, 2009
Senior Mechanic of the 1st Quarter, 2004
Senior Mechanic of the 1st Quarter, 2003
Senior Mechanic of the Month (August), 2001
Superior Performance Award for 27 J69 PE Engines Produced, 2000
FEDLOG System, DACS, CAMS/IMDS, Microsoft Windows XP\Vista\7 Operating Systems, Microsoft Office 2003/2007, Internet Explorer, Adobe Reader, CAMS, IMDS, FEDLOG, SBSS, Pure Edge ICS Viewer, and 10 Key.
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