Motivated and highly ambitious. Experience with LMP/ECC/CAMS programming skills and a hardworking mentality. Seeking to apply expertise and extensive knowledge as an Aircraft Examiner and take on a challenging roles with a growing team!
As a PSA Aircraft Examiner, I proudly support the Mechanical Shop in the Directorate of Accessories and Rotor Blade Production.
My daily responsibilities include, but are not limited to, are checking my Work Que, performing detailed pre-induction examination/evaluation of assets or parts to prepare and deliver shop orders to the artisans. I specialize in various data bases such as Logistics Modernization Project (LMP), System Application and Products (SAP), Complex Assembly Manufacturing Solution (CAMS) & Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). I render final decisions in controversial matters pertaining to all areas of depth and scope of repair. I review Mission reports and authorized tech data for evaluation and induction requirements. I research input/output National Item Identification Numbers (NIIN) and part numbers, schedule of components for the year, program management notes, Work in Process (WIP) quantities, required authorized tech data in the Statement of Work and many other agreements for our customers. I verify that Foreign Military Sales (FMS) are in compliance with Statement of Work (SOW).
I use all technical data such as, Depot Maintenance Work Request (DMWR), maintenance work order (MWO), Technical Orders (TO's), Technical Bulletins (TB's), Technical Manuals (TM's) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's), Aviation Safety Action Message (ASAM), AMCOM Regulation 702-7/ QE STD -2 and other resources, to determine the repairs needed to return aircraft components to serviceable condition. I am the designated CAMS MNT Approver for my area. I am required to review Computer Aided Process Plans (CAPP) in Fab Planning using CAMS modules such as the WAS/IS feature, for the directorate and coordinate with shop personnel to ensure plans have all the required routing, instructions and materials and sign off when they are correct.
In accordance with SOW, I review all materials and processes for each asset to help prepare the beginning stages for overhaul and maintenance. I work closely with artisans and subject matter experts daily to assist me in producing a great product for our customers utilizing and staying in compliance with CCAD SOPs, Regulations, Letter of Instructions and other required processes. I submit 5244E trouble tickets to help correct issues right away and communicate daily with MDM personnel to check the progress. I create, generate, release, and close lower level PPO's for components in ERP Central Component (ECC). I use many ECC/LMP codes for example, MD04, COOIS, COHV (mass release), CO02, or CO03. I check status of confirmations in ECC. In accordance with CCAD SOP 700-CCAD-64 & CCAD REG 700-110, I perform Order Maintenance (OM) using the Full Loop Signoff Cycle, Non-CSI No Loop Signoff Cycle, & CSI Short-Loop Signoff Cycle. I can add or remove operations to work orders, correct BOM issues, submit/create Non Conformance Records (NCRs), add buy offs, line calls, remove decimals, scrap orders, undo canceled orders, Re-Open Orders, correct work centers, correct time standards, move Quantity amounts, add parallel operations, copy operations from other work orders, and many other corrections, but also ensuring OM is in accordance with standards and technical specifications.
I have knowledge in preparing cost estimate reports and outlining parts and materials required to repair aircraft components. I forecast labor requirements needed to repair or overhaul aircraft components. I prepare and submit parts requirements list to support and adjust man-hour requirements as needed. I have discussed issues with Engineers, program managers, supervisors, production control and various organizations and assisted in cost estimate reports outlining parts and materials required to repair aircraft components.
I work with MCDS support, Airforce Liaison, Navy Liaison (Dycomtrak) Assembly Service Records, on a daily basis for example to extract vital historical records (DA Form 2410) on all time tracked items, update Component Data Forms (CDF) information, Create/Register IUIDs, Gain records, Scrap items, and Research/ update historical records as soon as the asset becomes serviceable.
I make sure to register IUID information in MCDS and verify correct formats per DMWRs prior to sending request. Using CCAD internet, I have access to Silkscreen Portal in order to request IUID tags.
I submit Maintenance Engineering Calls (MEC) to Engineering Support System (ESS) for example abnormal failure codes, misidentified assets, or tech data information that is incorrect. I use other websites to do research for example CSI data viewer, Fedlog and AMC enterprise portal, Army Regulation 702-7 (QE-STD-2, Critical Safety Items M&O).
I personally provide feedback to supervisors, work leaders, artisans, and quality control on the current status and progress of work, causes of delays, and overall work operations and problems. I think it is important to work and get along with all shop personnel and help the shop succeed in our mission to provide good quality products, maintain CCAD compliance and keeping safety a priority.
As a Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic Work Lead, I oversee and lead the Hydraulic Shop organization of the Directorate of Accessories and Rotor Blade Production in the assembly, disassembly, and testing of valves, hydraulic modules, servo cylinders, actuators, motors, pumps, starters, and hydraulic accumulators for UH-60, CH-47, AH64, AH-1W, and OH-58 aircraft to complete task in accordance with all (DMWRS), NAVAIRS, (TO's), (TB's), (TM's) and (SOP's).
After many years of experience, I have lots of knowledge of the physical principles governing the behavior of fluids, (liquids and gases) as they pertain to hydraulic, pneumatics and their components. I encourage my team to have goals to minimize constraints before they occur to keep production flowing. I give on job training to mechanics in accordance with established procedures and practices. I have access to review Facilities and Equipment Management System (EFEMS) work requests to track and respond to the execution of work requests such as test equipment, structural damage, and or unsafe issues.
As a subject matter expert for Pneudraulic Systems and overhaul, I explain technical or complex information orally to guide subordinates thru (DMWRs, Navairs, (TOs). I inform mechanics of hot items and schedule the workload in accordance with established work flow to meet negotiated customer command schedule.I keep in touch with the status and progress of work, and make day-to-day adjustments in accordance with established priorities, obtaining assistance from the supervisor on problems that may arise.
I maintain a current knowledge and answer questions of other employees on procedures, policies, directives, etc. and obtain needed information or decisions from supervisor on problems that come up. I provide technical guidance and assistance in performing tasks to subordinates to ensure proper work functions.I am also a (Collateral Duty Inspector) in our area and perform examinations & mandatory inspections for the CDI program.
As an Aircraft Pneudraulic Systems O/H Inspector, I have had the pleasure to work for the Directorate of Quality Assurance. I support Hydraulic Shops 1 & 2 in the Directorate of Accessories and Rotor Blade Production.
I perform evaluations/inspections on a variety of Army, Navy, and Airforce hydraulic and pneumatic systems. I train new Quality Control inspectors and colateral duty inspectors on how to evaluate and perform mandatory inspections on required processes of valves, hydraulic modules, servo cylinders, actuators, motors, pumps, starters, and hydraulic accumulators for UH-60, CH-47, AH64, AH-1W, OH-58, QDRs/PQDRs, to complete task in accordance with all Depot Maintenance Work Requirements (DMWRS), NAVAIRS, Technical Orders (TO's),Technical Manuals (TM's) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's).
I examine historical records for NAVY Components such as Scheduled Removal Components (SRC) & Assembly Service Records (ASR) and Airforce (AFTOs). I verify IUID information and historical data for ARMY records such as DA Form 2408–5–1 (Equipment Modification Record), DA Form 2410s and DA Form 2408-16 using TAMMS-MCDS such as Time Since New (TSN). I also use Technical Bulletin 1-1500-341-01 to assist in verifying components that are time tracked items.
I submit 5244-E trouble tickets for production shops to Master Data Management (MDM). I utilize (CAMS) modules as a Quality Control such as order functions, shop floor mgt to start, complete,skip operations,complete mandatory inspections, and create NCRs. I follow all processes such as when to bypass mandatory inspection points IAW applicable regulations. I use micrometers, calipers, depth gages to measure thickness/wear of parts IAW Overhaul Inspecting Procedure (OIP) specifications when required. I ensure tools and equipment are calibrated and properly used to certify safety and prevent equipment damage.
I also assist IED pilot team program coordinator, Supervisors, QAD (Quality Assurance Division), Engineers, and Production shops in the coordination requirements for man power, materials, methods, process, machinery, and equipment with responsible functional officials especially for rework processes or Pilot programs.
As a result of my experience, I am always called upon and happy to share my knowledge in assisting or correcting issues that arise. I can identify bottlenecks to eliminate points of difficulty and have been involved of numerous CCAD special investigation projects and detailed findings thru Pilot Programs and PVA's (Product Verification Audits).
I visited Parker Hannifin Corporation in Michigan for 4days and evaluated their processes and have knowledgable of their requirements for the UH-60 Component Upgrade, Hydraulic Pumps in May15-19,2017. I also visited Parker Hannifin Corporation in California for 4 days and evaluated their processes and have knowledge of their requirements for the UH-60 Component Upgrade- Flight Control Servos in May 08-12,2017.
As an Aircraft Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic/Tester, I performed journeyman level work in performing overhaul, repair, modification, disassembly, and assembly of a variety of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and components.
I disassembled, assembled, and tested many aircraft hydraulic components such as valves, pumps, servo cylinders, and actuators for UH-60, CH-47, AH64, AH-1W, and OH-58 aircraft in accordance with all Depot Maintenance Work Requirements.
I have11years of experience as an Aircraft Pneudraulic Systems Mechanic/Tester, so I am always called upon to share my knowledge in assisting or training new artisans or other personnel that come to our area on how to test or assemble many hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
I perform operational tests using precision measuring tools, torque wrenches, spring scales, test equipment such as ohmmeters, load test stand, and pressure test stands to check for continuity, leakage, and proper operation on functional aircraft components.
As a tester and artisan, I troubleshoot/perform necessary rework on rotary wing aircraft hydraulic components to isolate malfunctions using precision tools for example optical flats to check flat surfaces for helium light bands during lapping, inner and outer micrometers to check for bores in cylinder barrels, dial indicators to measure movement/flow during test. I can diagnose malfunctions of items failing functional tests.
I received an individual monetary award as a result for submitting an idea to the U.S. Army Suggestion Program on saving costs of parts by transferring used pistons from a (UH60) Utility Pump Module Assembly, which are 100% replaceable, and reuse them for a (AH-1W) Variable Delivery Hydraulic Pump instead of ordering NEW pistons. With Engineer assistance, I review blueprints, drawings, diagrams, and DMWR procedures to the examination of parts, assemblies and sub-assemblies.
As Aircraft Mechanical Parts Repairer, I performed and assisted journeyman level mechanics in the repair, modification, overhaul, assembly, testing and test equipment, and troubleshoot of aircraft transmissions, gear boxes, and power train assemblies, etc. on UH-60, UH-1N, AH64, AH-1W, and OH-58 aircraft using all Depot Maintenance Work Requirements.
I evaluated and examined aircraft rotary wing powertrain parts for corrosion, cracks, nicks, burrs, excessive wear, and any other type of abnormal identity.
I used a variety of precision measuring devices such as dial indicators, pressure gauges, gono-go gauges, depth gauges, inside and outside micrometers, bore gauges, etc. to evaluate repair needs of assigned parts and assemblies.
I set up housings using testing equipment such as the Detergent and Oil Flow Machines to flush the main housing, accessory covers, and gear support before preparing to assemble, to flush the oil ports for any trapped plastic media.
I examined all gears, bearings, gear load patterns, and obtaining backlashes on input and bevel gears.
I compared pre-and post-test end play, backlash and gear wear patterns. I used a Fiber Optic Machine to check gear patterns during a Fiber Optic after test, I also used a Stethoscope to check correct pattern of the gears after test. I repaired and replaced input flanges, seals, oil rings, and gears. I used a variety of hand tools and calibrated tools such as torque wrenches, ratchets, screw drivers, pneumatic air guns, hoist, dial indicators, and various others.
I assisted journeymans in performing endurance tests and lubrication runs of AH-1W & AH-64 Apache transmissions/gear boxes in test cells. We checked items for obvious leaks/defects during test. I installed transmission in test fixture using a hoist and hooked up electrical relays and pickups then filled item with proper oil and attached couplings, temperature and pressure gauges, and all special tools required for test.
I prepared transmission/gearbox for test and operation of the control panel in accordance with prescribed procedures.
I monitored panel instrument during operation to identify operational problem with the item being tested or with the test equipment.
I assisted in the assembly of an AH-64 Apache transmission during Production Verification Audit for 2 weeks. Working with Auditors help provide me thorough training and realize the importance of following all tech data and regulations.
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS1 (CS1)
READ 306 INTERMEDIATE READING AND COMPREHENSION
MATH 1314 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Microsoft Office Suite: Access, Excel, Outlook, Power Point & Word
Quality Analysis Data Collection System (PADCS II)
Logistics Modernization Program (LMP)
Complex Automated Manufacturing System (CAMS)
TAMMS-MCDS Item Unique Identification (IUID)
Federal Logistics Data Information Center (FED LOG)
Joint Services Critical Item Data Viewer (CSI)
Engineering Support System (ESS)
FORTIS (Final Paperwork Packages)
Facilities and Equipment Management System (EFEMS)
DELMAR COLLEGE- CCAD CP17 QUALITY CONTROL INSPECTOR TECHNICAL CORE CC15CQCITC 40 HRS
CCAD CAMS PSA REFRESHER LMP_CCAD_IBO316_ILT
CCAD DA 2410 REPORTING AND MCDS (MAINTENANCE CONSOLIDATED DATABASE SYS) CC17CD2RM
PARKER HANNIFIN CORPORATION
UH-60 COMPONENT UPGRADE - HYDRAULIC PUMPS 15 -19 MAY 17
UH-60 COMPONENT UPGRADE - FLIGHT CONTROL SERVOS 08-12 MAY 17
BASIC CORROSION PREVENTION AND CONTROL CC18BCPAC
AMERICAN HEART ASSOC CPR AED CC17AHA
CON 100 SHAPING SMART BUSINESS ARRANGEMENTS- SECTION 312
CCAD BEARING FUNDAMENTALS FOR DARB AND QC CC15BFDQ
ACQ 101 - FUNDAMENTALS OF SYSTEMS ACQUISTIONS MGMT
CC11PMBC - Plastic Media Blasting
CC10PPE - 2010 Personal Protective Equipment
CC121PMIL1 - Intro to Precision Measurements Instruments Level 1
CC14BRF - Blue Print Fundamental
CCAD FY16 - ANNUAL GENERAL CORROSION AWARENESS TRAINING
CC16AGCAT - CAMS CORRECTIVE ACTION (CA)
LMP_AMC_IBO_321_ILT ECC & CAMS NON-CONFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
LMP_AMC_IBO_102_ILT INTRODUCTION TO COMPLEX ASSEMBLY MANUFACTURING SOLUTION (CAMS)
LMP_AMC_HCM_302_ILT ARTISAN SHOP ORDER EXECUTION
US Army Reserves
01/1998 to 11/1999 Admin Specialist, 71L, PFC
Stationed at 467th QM Battalion
4722 McArdle Rd, Corpus Christi, TX 78411
POC: Mary C. Landa (361) 854-3811
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