I have been in aviation for 35 years, mostly as a maintenance technician and have worked as a manager for part of those years. I know what it takes to make sure the product is on time and safe. I have been proficient on making the right decisions on my work. With my years of experience, I believe I would make a good candidate for any diagnostic troubleshooting and general equipment maintenance position.
Able to troubleshoot mechanical and electrical problems on aircraft. I'm also borescope qualified and some NDT qualifications. NDT qualifications using dye penetrates and magiflux .
I am highly skilled in troubleshooting on aircraft, automobiles, semi trucks, machinery and building maintenance.
I was the manger on duty and responsible for the operation of the ORD maintenance base. The base has 33 flights daily and 7 over night aircraft for schedule maintenance with a team of 34 technicians. Interviewed and hired maintenance technicians. I over saw that the over time and station spending was within budget. Yearly, I set up a job fair at Lewis University to recruit new employees.
I had to make sure that the manpower, parts and tooling was sufficient to be able to safely complete the over night maintenance for on time morning departures. I was also made sure that all the technicians had their proper training to be able to perform their duties properly and safely. As a manger I was also responsible to make sure that the ground support equipment running in a safe manner. I was on call 24/7 and was able to troubleshoot, problem solve as needed.
The company is contracted out to several different companies to maintain maintenance on their aircraft. I was responsible to maintaining this maintenance on various aircraft I was assigned to for over night maintenance. The maintenance had to be completed on time and safely in accordance to the companies maintenance program. I was called upon to taken on special projects for for specific airlines that I had experience on.
I responsible to maintain the maintenance and safety of the A-320 aircraft that the company flew. I was qualified as a RII inspector, taxi qualified. I was borescope trained by GE for the GE CFM56-5B engine.
I was responsible as a heavy check representative when the aircraft go in for their heavy check inspections. I also filled in as a charter flight technician and manager when needed. I would help the manager on duty with making sure that manpower and tooling was available for the over night work.
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