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seeking to utilize aircraft maintenance supervision, airframe/powerplant mechanics, team leadership, manufacturing fabrication, relevant education and top secret security clearance in a challenging aircraft/aerospace assignment.
ø b.s., professional aeronautics, management/aviation safety minors.
ø associate of applied science, aviation maintenance technology.
ø faa airframe & powerplant license.
ø over 20 years of highly successful background in the aerospace sector.
ø long-term experience with boeing.
ø concurrent assignment as u.s. air force kc-135 maintenance supervisor.
ø record of progression to positions of wide-ranging responsibility.
ø outstanding capability to serve in manufacturing, maintenance and repair operations.
ø knowledgeable in equipment problem resolution.
ø broad-based overview of faa regulations and requirements.
ø skilled in technical staff direction and management.
ø capacity in leading complex maintenance projects.
ø adept in planning, defining goals and implementing advanced methodologies.
ø played key role in successful completion of bell/boeing v-22 osprey program.
ø major contributor to design, fabrication and installation of major system to boeing/northrup grumman airborne laser program.
ø consistent achievement in time/cost savings and in enabling programs to remain on schedule/on budget.
ø in-depth ability in assessment and development of technical processes.
ø direct all scheduled/non-scheduled maintenance activities.
ø originate aircraft documentation for flight testing and military aircraft maintenance.
ø evaluate engineering drawings to facilitate manufacturing and tooling.
ø spearhead manufacturing engineering changes.
ø direct component installations, functional testing, troubleshooting and modifications.
ø skilled in use of fabrication equipment, precision measuring instruments, functional test equipment, close tolerance tooling and shop aids.
ø expertise in pre-flight, post-flight and scheduled inspections for fixed-wing and rotor-wing aircraft.
boeing 1988 - present
manufacturing operations analyst (2007-present)
promoted to assume responsibility for key manufacturing projects.
utilize process management/improvement to solve production issues.
effectively conduct analyses/evaluations to spearhead implementation of new systems/processes.
guide work teams including problem resolution and training upgrades.
achieve compliance with organizational job practices, techniques, standards, principles and concepts.
orchestrate significant cost savings organization-wide.
successfully streamlined installation time of boeing 777 flap support brackets 75% with lean concepts and continuous product improvements.
identified and isolated improper installation of attachment hardware for major flight control surface saving assembly from severe damage and enabling test program to remain on schedule and on budget.
quality flight airworthiness inspector (2004-2007)
advanced to oversee air vehicle airworthiness and regulatory certification.
coordinated with flight crews, engineering, operations, suppliers and customers.
achieved needed product/regulatory requirements while gaining customer acceptance.
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directed component installations, system functional testing, troubleshooting, maintenance and repairs.
orchestrated pre-/post-flight checks, flight release and vehicle delivery.
successfully met engineering/flight configuration requirements to achieve safe operations.
surface finish & assembly technician (1998-2004)
tasked to complete surface finish of machine parts to required specifications.
utilized established procedures, methods and processes.
assembled precision aircraft parts with installation hardware/fittings.
conducted drill, saw, back spot face, shot-peen, hand hone and cold work.
utilized blueprints, manufacturing changes, specification books and verbal instructions.
performed finished part inspection to ensure meeting quality requirements and specifications.
removed/replaced parts and assemblies as necessary.
manufacturing engineering planner (1996-1998)
assigned to key manufacturing role to plan, develop and document manufacturing tooling and kit plans.
directed fabrication, assembly and installation of parts and tooling.
originated specification plans covering offloading of tasks to suppliers.
coordinated with design, manufacturing and research departments to facilitate design concepts.
successfully analyzed engineering drawings/related data to verify part installation, integration and producibility.
during 1988-1996, served boeing as a precision bench technician. in this assignment, gained outstanding production crew supervision, functional testing and issue resolution skill sets.
united states air force reserve, 1993-present
kc-135 maintenance supervisor, 2007-present
kc-135/hh-60 crew chief, 1993-2007
embry-riddle aeronautical university
bachelor of science, professional aeronautics, aviation safety/management minors, gpa 3.76
clark community college
associate of applied science, electro-mechanical engineering technology, gpa 3.93
portland community college
associate of applied science, aviation maintenance technology, gpa 3.61
faa airframe & powerplant license
the boeing company
advanced composite repair and inspection
geometric dimensioning and tolerancing
u.s. air force
non commissioned officer leadership school
kc-135, hh-60 crew chief training
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