Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary

Expert in analyzing existing operations and implanting effective maintenance and repair processes to improve organizational performance. Versatile, results-oriented, FAA Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) technician with over 15 years of experience and demonstrated success in preventative maintenance, technical troubleshooting, and aircraft repair from wing to wing and cockpit to tail. An individual who takes pride in one's ability to motivate, energize, and lead to successful outcomes and a resourceful problem solver with demonstrated ability to conceptualize solutions to complicated situations and employ practical, cost-efficient strategies.

  • Time Management
  • Judgment and Decision Making
  • Operation and Control
  • Complex Problem Solving
  • Quality Control Analysis
  • Quality Assurance/Control Principles, Methods, and Processes
  • Strong communication
  • Maintenance Documentation
  • Aircraft Maintenance
  • Process Inspections
  • Measuring Skills
  • Records And Test Data Auditing
  • Troubleshooting And Diagnostics
  • Calibration Procedures Development
  • Supply Maintenance
Work History
01/2021 to Current
Aircraft Quality Control Inspector Vt Group Virginia Beach, VA,
  • Inspection of complex aircraft mechanical and electromechanical systems in accordance with maintenance manuals, test procedures, and other military publications.
  • Perform receiving, in-process, final quality, flight safety inspections, and inspection of functional/operational tests during organizational level maintenance, modification, and repair of military tactical aircraft systems or associated components.
  • Approve or reject work accomplished by field team members to ensure compliance with customer specifications, standards, and technical data.
  • Review and approve locally 87 developed procedures and solutions to complex repair situations.
  • Monitor 17 safety, 21 training, and 5 certification requirements.
  • Maintained and Inspect forms and records related to aircraft maintenance of 25 aircraft and 50 engine historical records and surveillance of 1250 life-limited and overhaul requirements of aircraft components and engines.
  • Perform 21 monthly audits of Maintenance and Operations department standard operating procedures to ensure contract compliance.
  • Inspect forms and records related to aircraft maintenance.
04/2019 to 12/2020
Aircraft Mechanic 3 Lockheed Martin Colorado Springs, CO,
  • Provide instruction, assistance, and on-the-job training in removing and installing aircraft components.
  • Provides interpretation of technical data set forth in OEM maintenance manuals on 3 different Mission Design Series Aircraft
  • Performed aircraft maintenance for scheduled preventive applications and unscheduled requirements to ensure proper and safe operation on 25 aircraft.
  • Complete all paperwork requirements for each task, including recording maintenance actions in 25 aircraft logbooks, 50 engine logbooks.
  • Properly identifies discrepancies found with parts and assists with reconciliation of discrepancies.
  • Visually inspects components before installation or usage to verify cleanliness and serviceability of components. Identifies and documents discrepancies found during inspection.
  • Aids in resolution of discrepancies found by technicians.
  • Understands and interprets required engineering drawings, instructions, and technical specifications to advise technicians.
10/2014 to 11/2018
Rotor Wing A&P Mechanic DynCorp International City, STATE,
  • Assembled, disassembled, and troubleshoot numerous assemblies by changing, removing, and replacing aerospace components, using general aerospace maintenance practices and aerospace product specifications to correct failures on 25 aircraft.
  • Identified and assisted engineering with discrepancies.
  • Trained and mentored less experienced personnel.
  • Independently performed routine and complex functional/diagnostic tests and troubleshoot aerospace/missile systems, using monitoring instruments and bench/automated test equipment, to determine root cause of initial or isolated failures.
  • Troubleshoot for customers, using established fault isolation procedures, in order to isolate routine mechanical or electrical faults.
  • Documented repairs, test results, applicable modifications, and inspection results, using specific, detailed instructions and established processes and procedures, to ensure contractual and regulatory compliance.
05/2004 to 06/2014
CH-46E Helicopter Aviation Airframe's CDQAR United States Marine Corps City, STATE,
  • Improved quality, uniformity, and reliability of total maintenance effort and work environment, tools, and equipment used in maintenance effort.
  • Performed all job functions from sheet metal fabrication and installation, hydraulic line fabrications and installation, Fiber Glass repairs and rotor blades repair.
  • Examined and inspected aircraft components, including landing gear, hydraulic systems, and deicers to locate cracks, breaks, leaks, or other problems.
  • Conducted routine and special inspections as required by regulations.
  • Inspected completed work to certify that maintenance meets standards and that aircraft are ready for operation.
  • Improve training, work habits, and procedures of 31 maintenance personnel.
Expected in 12/2021
Bachelor of Arts: Management
American Public University System - Charles Town, WV

Completing my degree will allow me to obtain the knowledge and skills needed to assume management positions in a wide range of organizations. B.A. in Management studies will also provide me with a solid foundation in organizational behavior and human resource management while electives in labor-management relations, negotiation, conflict resolution, compensation systems and organizational development allow me to develop deeper knowledge in specific areas of interest.


-Airframe & Powerplant License #3747239

-Flight Safety International
Sikorsky S-70A/LUH-60 A/L Maintenance Initial

-Aircraft Corrosion Control and Paint Touch Up and Markings Course (CIN N-701-0013/0014)

-Hazardous Materials Control and Management (HMC&M) Technician (A-322-2600)

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