An Engineering graduate fortunate enough to explore the Aviation and Maritime technical career sectors. A diligent and qualified Marine Engineer (according to STCW III/1) who succeeded through academic studies and on the job training. Also, an A&P licensed Aircraft Mechanic skilled in the maintenance, repair, inspection and testing of diverse civilian aircraft. Self-directed and motivated who requires little to no supervision. Analytical thinker who quickly and accurately diagnoses and solves technical issues.
· Performed integrated next-level assembly work on machined/fabricated aerospace parts at a floor station. · Precision mechanical assembly work, which is typically of high complexity and/or requires fitting, alignment, and the adjustment of components, units, and assemblies to very close tolerances. · Experienced in riveting, cold working, nut plates, bearings, bushings, cold bonding, fabricating and installing shims, sealing, bucking/squeezing rivets and including but not limited to grounding blocks for integrated next-level assemblies. · Assembled products or sub-assemblies according to verbal or written instructions, or by following Piping and Instrumentation instructions (P and I), Wiring Diagram (WD), Bill of Material (BOM) and assembly drawings. · Correctly and safely used a variety of hand tools and power tools to assemble units according to product specifications using jigs and templates when required. · Expertly positioned parts in specified relationship to each other under extremely close tolerance conditions using calipers, dial indicators and straight edges. · Setup machines such as arbor presses, drill presses and milling machines. · Identified units that fail tests or tolerance levels and repaired as necessary. Troubleshot and reworked production items that do not meet specifications. · Relied on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. · Relied on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish project or production goals efficiently. · Tested and calibrated parts and mechanisms to meet tolerances and product specifications. · Verified part numbers and placed parts in appropriate shipping containers. · Repainted and precisely touched-up components and assemblies. · Disassembled, reassembled and corrected changeover. · Observed all safety policies and procedures.
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