Results-driven management professional and maintenance craftsman with experience leading teams, project management, and troubleshooting the functional status of machinery for the U.S. Air Force. Established track record of creating and implementing programs and long-term strategies aimed at growth and sustainability. Solutions-focused, versatile management professional seeking to transition from the USAF to a career in Space Operations. Offers a diverse background with aircraft structures knowledge and human resources education. With my resiliency and effective researching abilities, I have been able to accomplish any task given to me.
-Quality Assurance focused -Logistics expertise
-Team Leadership -Budget administration
-Program implementation -Equipment maintenance
-Training and Development -HAZMAT (Hazardous Material) handing
Led Aircraft Refurbishment, Team of 15 personnel. Directed maintenance of personnel, inventory of supplies, accuracy of technical data, and ensured accuracy of hazardous chemical waste stream procedures. Lead for personnel safety program and disaster preparation procedures. Coordinated the logistics of supplies, bench stock items, tools & equipment - over 1,000 items. Directed the annual inspections of precision measurement equipment labs to ensure tooling stayed within compliance regulations. Responsible for updating 20 Technical Orders, ensuring quality assurance and saving $80,000. Authored repair procedures for aircraft flap damage enabling 80K tons of cargo movement. Managed over $1M in equipment accounts, verified information accuracy and development. Worked with engineers to repair damage to Aircraft primary and secondary structures with minimal material available - saved $5K. Supported assigned inventory of 33 B-1 and 28 C-130 aircraft through modifying, manufacturing, inspecting aircraft and support equipment. Employed corrosion prevention techniques via blasting, sanding, priming, and painting operations. Determined repair procedures for honeycomb panels, radomes, antennas, and metal bonded core/composite skins. Responsible for planning and implementation of maintenance support for 13 cargo aircraft and 16 life and rescue helicopters. Coordinated unit contingency planning and prepared 600 + personnel. Managed receipt, storage, and issue of 86 tons of equipment and chemical warfare/combat field gear valued at $107K. Logged and filed classified documents for mission success. Trained 40 personnel on layout and manufacture of aircraft primary and secondary repairs, ensured mission capable ratings were met. Performed the application and removal of aircraft markings via decals and stencils. Inspected aircraft for negligible, moderate and severe damage via cracks, corrosion, and the delamination of composites. Responsible for modifying and fabricating aircraft structural assemblies and hydraulic, fuel and air tubing assemblies.
- Certified Victim's Advocate, USAF
- Certified Physical Training Leader, USAF
- Committee Officer, Base Alliance
Victim Advocate Certified
Physical Training Leader Certified
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