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air traffic control gca operator resume example with 9+ years of experience

Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Summary
Military trained Air Traffic Controller. Successful in controlling both Fixed Wing and Rotary Winged aircraft in stressful and calm situations. Aircraft controlled include Cessnas and C-130's. Most of my experience is controlling military helicopters. I have controlled over 500 PAR approaches and have over a year working all positions in Tower. I have experience being a shift leader and training personnel towards getting their ratings. I am a Solutions-focused, versatile management professional offering a comprehensive background supporting U.S. military operations in roles of increasing responsibility during my 6-year career in the Army. A effective communicator who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results. I am experienced in controlling both VFR and IFR Traffic in locations such as Germany, Afghanistan, and Hawaii. Proficient with Control Tower equipment.
Highlights
  • Shift Leader
  • Trainer
  • Effective communicator
  • Executes sound professional judgement
  • Effective team leader
  • Confidential Security Clearance
  • AAAS and STARS certified.
  • Proficient record keeping
Education
Fort Rucker, AL Expected in Certificate : Technical or Occupational - GPA : Fort Rucker, AL United States Advanced Individual Training Air Traffic Control Technical or Occupational Certificate 03/2010
Certifications
AIC Technical or Occupational Certificate
Accomplishments
Awarded the Army Achievement Medal in 2012. Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal. Personally responsible for over $2 Billion of command equipment with no deficiencies, losses or damages. Honorably Discharged.
Experience
Us Department Of Transportation - Air Traffic Control GCA Operator
, , 04/2013 - 09/2014
  • Illesheim, AE 09140 United States 05/2013 ­ -03/2015.  Salary: 24,000.00 USD Per Year. Hours per week: 40.
  • Air Traffic Control GCA Operator Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
  • Certified and current in GCA
  • Provided air traffic control services to the 12th Combat Aviation Brigade
  • Prepared pilots for full spectrum combat aviation operations in support of the United States Army­ Europe and other designated combined joint task force headquarters.
  • Coordinated airborne aircraft movement with terminal radar approach control and other base agencies
  • Maintained continual visual surveillance of the airport traffic area and surrounding Class D airspace and restricted airspace
  • Operated automated data systems, communications, and radar equipment valued in excess of $2 Billion.
  • Ensured personnel receive on­ the ­job training and conducted assessments of training through administration of controller evaluations and maintained training records
  • Evaluated and analyzed the capabilities and progress of ATC personnel assigned
  • Conducted position qualification evaluations
  • Recommended to facility Chief controller requiring proficiency, and remedial training ­
  • Assisted Facility Chief in management and operation of facility - Leading Change.
  • Provided Ground Controlled Approach Radar services to the local and transient flying community. ­
  • Prepared for Air Traffic Services Standardization Detachment and Air Traffic Services Command inspections. ­
  • Ensured all controllers maintain currency on position and receive training each month
  • Provided a Fixed Base training environment for Airfield Operations Battalion (AOB) controllers and assist them in deployment readiness training ­ 
  • Supervisor: Carl Butler (0151­270­81517)
Us Department Of Transportation - Air Traffic Control Specialist
Wichita, , 2012 - 2013
Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
  • Provided air traffic control services in sequencing, spacing, and issuing clearances and control instructions to all Visual Flight Rules (VFR) and Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) aircraft operating in tower's area of responsibility.
  • Maintained continuous radio watch of all assigned and emergency radio frequencies and Monitored navigational aids and control panels.
  • Maintained continual visual surveillance of the airport traffic area and surrounding Class D airspace and restricted airspace.
  • Instructed pilots when to change radio frequencies/transponder beacon codes and advised pilots of restricted area status and paradrop activities.
  • Received, posted, and relayed flight data to Local Controller and Ground Control/Clearance Delivery.
  • Relayed weather warnings to aircraft in the local flying area and IFR and VFR clearances to departing aircraft and received acknowledgment of such clearances.
  • Issued taxi instructions, airfield information, and altimeter settings and controlled vehicular traffic operating on landing area.
  •  Supervisor: Erik Wacker (808­218­8935)
L3harris - Air Traffic Control Specialist
Colorado Springs, CO, 09/2010 - 09/2011
Wheeler Army Airfield Control Tower/ Wheeler Lightning
AIC wheeler army airfield Wahiawa, HI 96786 United States
10/2010- 10/2011
Salary: 24,000.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 
Air Traffic Control Specialist Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
Provided air traffic control services in sequencing, spacing, and issuing clearances and control instructions to all Visual Flight Rules (VFR) and Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) aircraft operating in tower's area of responsibility.­
Maintained continuous radio watch of all assigned and emergency radio frequencies and Monitored navigational aids and control panels. Maintained continual visual surveillance of the airport traffic area and surrounding Class D airspace and restricted airspace
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Instructed pilots when to change radio frequencies/transponder beacon codes and advised pilots of restricted area status and paradrop activities.
 
Received, posted, and relayed flight data to Local Controller and Ground Control/Clearance Delivery.
 
Relayed weather warnings to aircraft in the local flying area and IFR and VFR clearances to departing aircraft and received acknowledgment of such clearances.
 
Issued taxi instructions, airfield information, and altimeter settings and controlled vehicular traffic operating on landing area. 
 
Supervisor: Tony Boone (808­6567431)
Serco - Air Traffic Controller
City, STATE, 06/2015 - Current
LAWRS Certified.
  • Separated and Controlled multiple Complex Mixtures of Heavy's, Air Cargos, Air Taxis, Mixed General Aviation, And Helicopters.
  •  Coordinated airborne aircraft movement with terminal radar approach control (NORCAL TRACON).
  • Maintained continual visual surveillance of the airport traffic area and surrounding Class D airspace and restricted airspace. Operated automated data systems, communications, and radar equipment valued in excess of $2 Billion.­ 
  • Supervisor: Rusty Brown-(214) 957-5058
Military Experience
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, 04/2013 - 09/2014
Skills
Air Traffic Control, Class, Comprehensive Large Array Data Stewardship System, Training, Atc, Aviation, Deployment, Inspections, Operations, Progress, Control Panels, Sequencing, Vfr

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