Motivated professional with expertise on A-10C attack aircraft. Supervised troubleshot and perform preventative maintenance. Provided technical support and ensured readiness for aircraft valued over $47M at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Strong leadership, training, administrative and mentoring attributes. Communicates clearly to define expectations and responsibilities, effectively identifying problems, providing intuitive analysis, and developing innovative solutions. Achieves excellence independently and as a team leader. Thrives and excels in multitasking and prioritizing assignments and fast-paced environment while remaining focused on tasks at hand.
• Expertly able to ensure maintenance is accomplished and managed, controlled, and direct resources to accomplish maintenance. Proficiently able to plan the overall use of personnel and other resources controlled through one or more levels of supervision. Assign and explain work requirements and operating instructions to subordinate supervisors and set deadlines and establishes the sequence of work operations to be followed. Analyze work plans developed by supervisory staff and monitor the status of subordinate work with the overall schedule requirements, including unanticipated or emergency requirements. Ensures employees with access to classified information comply with security directives. Ensure cooperation between mechanics per the decentralized maintenance concept outlined in the functional statement. Utilize sound management principles to control assets and personnel to maintain an even flow of work and fulfill daily requirements. Evaluate work operations and review completed work and inspection reports to ensure that standards are met. Determine resource requirements, materials, and the number of employees and the types of skills necessary to accomplish long-range schedules. Maintain a balanced workload through subordinates.
• Display managerial skill and compliance with personnel directives. Appling Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)/Equal Opportunity Treatment (EOT) principles and requirements to all personnel management actions and decisions and ensures all personnel is treated in a manner free of discrimination. Takes positive actions to implement affirmative action/EEO initiatives identified in the installation affirmative employment plan.
• Professionally able to engage in direct sortie generation activities and work directly with the production superintendent.
• Capable of developing and implementing disaster control duties and squadron responsibilities on aircraft/SE movement and personnel evacuation.
• Proficiently able to track aircraft status information: aircraft serial number, location, priority, status and ETIC, configuration, OAP condition codes, fuel load, munitions load, and remarks. Ensure timely and accurate aircraft status and configuration status is reported to the Pro Super and MOC.
• Follow established CANN procedures and ensure all CANNs are accurately documented in the aircraft forms and IMDS.
• Ensure parts are ordered with appropriate priorities and relay document numbers to the Pro Super, MOC, and appropriate technicians. Ensure timely turn-in of DIFM items are returned to supply.
• Request support beyond aircraft maintenance unit capability to the maintenance operations center.
• Directs AGE drivers to position AGE as required and notify the driver of AGE on the flight line or sub-pools that require maintenance.
• Provide information and advice to higher-level supervisors, management officials, and staff organizations on the feasibility of work assignments and workload data.
• Inspects repairs ensuring they are per applicable technical orders and specifications
• Arranges for the needed training of subordinates based on the needs of the mission requirements.
• Conducts studies to improve and standardize methods, improve production, working conditions, and environment, improve quality, reduce costs.
• Coordinates the shortfalls of employees and supervisors of other work functions to ensure a steady and timely work response.
• Evaluates personnel skills and availability of material/tools/equipment to general work schedules.
• Ensures safety equipment and protective clothing/gear are worn when mandated by regulations. Fosters a work environment conducive to safe equipment operation through the application of established safety rules and regulations.
• Directs action to resolve personnel and equipment resource shortfalls that in pact unit mission activities.
• Ensure education in compliance with and practice of security directives, good safety in all work areas.
• Administers the reserve training and associated programs for the shift, ensuring consistent standards throughout the section for traditional reservists and ARTs.
• Ensures training administrative practices, policies, regulations, and the Unit Training Assembly (UTA) preplans are accomplished and followed promptly.
• Performs end-of-runway, postflight, preflight, thru-flight, special inspections, and phase inspections. Performs sortie generation operations and hot pit refuels. Advises on problems maintaining, servicing, and inspecting aircraft and related aerospace equipment. Uses conventional or automated technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems. Interprets and advises on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft and related equipment.
• Troubleshoots and maintains aircraft engines, hydraulic, and other related systems, structures, components, and related equipment. Removes and installs aircraft and engine components. Conducts functional tests of repaired engines, components, and systems. Adjusts, aligns, and rigs aircraft systems. Supervises and performs aircraft jacking, lifting, and towing operations.
• Inspects aircraft structures, engines, systems, components, and related systems. Supervises and performs aircraft, engine, and component inspections. Interprets inspection findings and determines the adequacy of corrective actions. Inspects and checks components for clearances, tolerances, proper installation, and operation. Inspects and operates powered and nonpowered aerospace ground equipment. Inspects and identifies aircraft corrosion for prevention and repair. Reviews maintenance forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems, and historical reports to ensure complete documentation. Inventories and maintains aircraft equipment.
• Performs flight chief, production superintendent, expediter, crew chief, repair and reclamation, and maintenance support functions. Coordinates maintenance plans and schedules to meet operational commitments. Supervises and assists in launching and recovering aircraft. Reviews maintenance data collection summaries to determine trends and production effectiveness. Performs staff and supervisory management functions.
•Performs end-of-runway, postflight, preflight, thru-flight, special inspections, and phase inspections. Performs sortie generation operations and hot pit refuels. Advises on problems maintaining, servicing, and inspecting aircraft and related aerospace equipment. Uses conventional or automated technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems. Interprets and advises on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft and related equipment. Operates powered and nonpowered aerospace ground equipment.
•Removing, installing, adjusting, aligning, inspecting, troubleshooting, and performing final function checks. Positions, maintains, dissembles, repairs, and reassembles aircraft systems, their assemblies, and components per applicable technical orders and specifications.
•Accomplishes aircraft maintenance and equipment record keeping, both manual and automated, associated with aircraft maintenance and repair
•Utilizes safety practices and procedures following established safety rules and regulations and maintains a safe and clean work area.
Assigned to different posts daily including but not limited to housing dormitories, food services, inmate health services, maximum-security housing, perimeter patrol, recreation building and yards. Worked as an individual officer, working with others as a team for specific posts as well as cell extraction duties. Reported to Lieutenants and Captains and had frequent involvement with unit management staff and warden. Certified in CPR, unarmed self-defense, firearms use, and OCR (pepper) spray use.
•Supervised 150 to 215 inmates in housing dormitories to assured assigned areas were clean, safe, and secure.
•Supervised 50 inmates in kitchen staff as well as third party food services vendor to ensure food preparation was conducted properly and maintain security between inmates and food service vendors.
•Supervised 86 maximum-security inmates in Special Management Housing.
•Monitored and operated security controls, equipment, and computers.
•Operated automobile for perimeter security and the transportation of inmates.
•Conducted inmate counts, security rounds, and searches.
•Completed required reports and served on committees.
•Prevented escapes or incidents, which threatened security.
•Maintained safety of inmates within housing unit.
•Conducted numerous security rounds during shift.
•Remained observant to activities of inmates throughout the shift.
•Conducted cell searches and pat down of inmates during each shift.
•vendors set, forth rules and regulations prior to inmates entering day room for activities.
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