Certified Air Traffic Controller with 14 years in tower control, approach and departure control. Skilled in critical thinking and decision-making; exceptional at remaining calm under extreme pressure. Looking for a position requiring competence with current systems, equipment and technologies.
Identified, analyzed, resolved and reported hazards and procedural issues affecting or potentially affecting safe and timely outcomes. Experienced in Quality Assurance/Quality Control, and Training include wide knowledge of local and national ATC Publications. Communicated with various airlines, government and other aviation representatives including executive level correspondence. Participated as a panel member on multifarious Safety Risk Management Panels including National ASDE-X modification for Virtual Runway Intersection Point at Headquarters in Washington DC (L'Enfant Plaza) and various other ad-hoc groups. Partnered with the MITRE Corporation on SMS's for LAS Vegas Airspace Optimization, as well as SMS in Washington DC reference the 2015 FAA ATC intersecting flight path rule changes. 5 years Labor Relations experience as former National Air Traffic Controllers LAS President, FAA Western Pacific Labor Relations Lead, NATCA National Arbitration Advocate And LAS NATCA Safety Rep.
Performed RPO (Remote Pilot Operator) duties for Air Traffic Control training at LAS Vegas TRAON for 4 months and was subsequently promoted to Administrative Assistant. As an AA, I was responsible for the supervision of general staff and staffing matters including bi-weekly payroll, submitting employee and corporate reports, and maintaining direct contact with corporate HR.
Randolph AFB Control Tower 06/2002-06/2005 (CTO); Kansan AB Control Tower & RAPCON 06/2005-06/2006 (CTO & RAP-C); Nellis AFB Control Tower 06/2006-04/2007 (CTO). Perform Air Traffic Duties such as initiate and coordinate searches for missing aircraft. Determine the timing and procedures for flight vector changes. Inform pilots about nearby planes as well as potential hazardous conditions such as weather, speed and direction of wind, and visibility problems. Issue landing and take-off authorizations and instructions. Monitor and direct the movement of aircraft within an assigned airspace and on the ground at airports to minimize delays and maximize safety.
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