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Posting: Aviation Safety Inspector, 1825-12/13
Aviation Specialist with over 25 years Aircraft Management experience eager to contribute expertise toward serving as Aviation Safety Inspector with the Federal Aviation Administration, with a strong focus on optimizing safety of traveling public
Aircraft/Aviation Safety, Inspector Qualification, Maintenance Inspection, FAA Regulatory Compliance, Maintenance/Preventative Maintenance Compliance, Air Carriers/Operators/Agencies Certification and Surveillance/Inspection, Personnel Surveillance and Inspection, Accident Investigation, Incident Investigation, Program Administration, Program Development, Aviation Management, Aircraft Management, Avionics, Aircraft Mechanics, Aircraft Maintenance, Aeronautical Engineering Technology, Electrical Technology, Computerized Maintenance Systems, Aircraft Handling, Ramp Operations, Administrative/Fiscal Operations, Staff Supervision, Workflow Planning, Project Management
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Proficiently apply extensive training and qualifications in ETOPS Policies and Procedures, Maintenance Release, Inspector Qualification, and Human Factors as well as Autopilot repair, parts procurement, work planning, and overhaul, toward facilitating aircraft safety and optimizing operational performance.
Contribute leadership talents toward serving as Lead Mechanic, with accountability for the effective training, coordination and supervision of over 50 team members.
Actively coordinate with pilots and flight attendants and collaborate with customer service in ensuring safety of flying public.
Conduct inspections as UAL Inspector qualified professional and consistently ensure achievement of full compliance with critical FAA rules and regulations.
Efficiently use proprietary computerized maintenance systems.
Hold sole accountability for releasing logbook into line operations.
Facilitate full scope of maintenance, applying training and experience toward managing servicing of aircraft including Boeing 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, 777; AirBus 319, 320, 340; McDonnell Douglas MD11, DC8, DC10; and Bombardier CL65.
Efficiently conduct comprehensive A, B & C Checks, Engine and APU changes, line maintenance, and overnight service checks.
Maximize performance through ongoing specialized vendor training conducted by, among others, Garrett Aviation, Pratt & Whitney, Boeing and General Electric, as well as logbook training/ qualification on varied foreign and domestic FAR 121 carriers.
Routinely contribute solid knowledge of large hub airport aircraft handling and ramp operations.
Active member of ANA certifying staff along with Japan Civil Aviation Board approval team.
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Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA)
Local 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Proactively represented interests of United Airlines, Northwest Airlines and Southwest Airlines Local 39 AMT members; effectively led monthly business meetings in accordance with parliamentary procedure.
Demonstrated strong managerial skills in effectively coordinating and overseeing administrative operations of Union office; entrusted with fiscal accountability for 1K+ aircraft maintenance members.
Great River, New York
Applied technical expertise and strong analytical skills toward efficiently troubleshooting military, engineering and commercial equipment.
Hauppauge, New York
Contributed technical avionics expertise as well as dynamic project management skills toward proficiently troubleshooting and repairing Grumman F14 and DC10 fuel indicator systems as well as conducting component-level testing via electronic test and environmental simulation equipment to meet critical timelines and quality standards.
Academy of Aeronautics (aka: Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology)
AAS, Aeronautical Engineering Technology; 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000-2899
AAS, Electrical Technology; 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Regents Diploma, 1977
Training: Accident Investigation Orientation Training, NTSB Academy
Qualified: Autopilot Repair and Engine Taxi/Run Up, multiple fleet types
Training/Experience: Boeing, Airbus, McDonnell Douglas and Dassault Falcon Aircraft
Training: Hazardous Materials Handling
Training/Proficiency: Contract Maintenance-various airline FAR 121 carriers, including foreign carriers
ANA Certifying Staff Member
Maintenance Operations Control Center
FCC General Radio Telephone License; issued 1990
FAA Airframe and Power Plant License; issued 1983
Numerous FAA Training Awards
Best of the Best in United Airlines for safety and skills
Collaboratively established Maintenance Safety Awareness Program (MSAP)
Selected for 777 EEVIP Certification Team
Founded Aircraft Accident Incident Investigation Team for AMFA, Region 3
Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA)
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