I'm a self motivated hard working mechanic. I've had three years experience in the fast paced and stressful environment of air ambulance helicopter maintenance. I've also had two years of technical instruction. I would like to take that experience to the automotive or facility/ factory maintenance fields. I've always learned quickly, and gotten along well with my coworkers. I show up everyday, and on time, with a good attitude. I have my own tools, and my own car. I really think that I would be an asset.
Scored 100% on FAA Airframe and Power Plant exam.
Scored 98% on FAA Airframe exam
Scored 98% on FAA General exam
Earned 94% avg. for Power Plant curriculum
Earned 91% avg. for General and Airframe curriculum
Ref. Charles Hilton at CT. Aero Tech, East Hartford, CT. Tel. (860) 566-1234
Received FAA Airframe and Power plant Certificate April,24, 2009
Received FAA Certificate of Training "Silver Award" Jan.,19,2011
Received FAA Certificate of Training "Silver Award" Jan.,31,2013
Spoke in front of 600 people at the 25th Anniversary Gala for Boston Med Flight, representing the mechanics. June,25th,2010
Spoke at a fund raiser for Boston Med Flight, representing the mechanics at The Harbor Yacht Club on Nantucket Island. Summer 2011
Completed Sikorsky S-76A/B/C+/C++ Maintenance initial course, Oct.,2,2009 (test scores: week1-94%, week2-98%,week3-100%)
Completed Arriel 2S1-2S2- 1st and 2nd line Maintenance Engine training course(30hours), Dec.11,2009
Completed Global Jet services Practical Aircraft Wring Maintenance Training. Jan.,15,2010
Completed BK117 Airframe Field Maintenance Course Intermediate level(60 hours), March,2,2012
Completed Sikorsky SPZ-7600 Auto Pilot Course(30 hrs) July,27,2012
Performed heavy and light maintenance on Sikorsky S-76C ++, and BK117C-1 helicopters. Inspected aircraft for defects and malfunctions, according to pre-flight checklists, and manufacturers maintenance manuals. Ensured the completion of all required aircraft forms, logs and reports.Maintained ramp and warehouse areas.Checked fluid levels and replaced filters.Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts.Replaced worn and damaged hoses, wiring and belts. Assembled and maintained physical structures using hand and power tools.Routinely inspected machinery and equipment to diagnose malfunctions. Assembled and installed wiring, electrical and electronic components.Monitored engine operation, fuel consumption and functioning of aircraft systems during inspections. Ensured the aircraft was clean and prepared for flight with provisions on board for the safety and comfort of the passengers.Verified that emergency equipment was in working order. Worked as part of a flight team with other crew members. Installed and removed aircraft systems, and components including pulling wire, device termination and mounting back boxes.Documented and reported each installation in company log book. Examined systems to locate problems such as loose connections and broken insulation.Ran diagnostic tests to verify functionality of aircraft equipment.Installed and updated navigational software.Operated various vehicles to move aircraft and equipment.Responded to corrective maintenance requests and alarms in a timely manner. Maintained spare equipment and parts and managed inventory.Supplied technical and customer service support by phone and in person.Tracked data from completed tests, and developed solutions to any issues. Had a good working relationship with pilots and crew members.
This was a paid internship position through CT. Aero Tech. I learned about and performed maintenance on Lear jet, Challenger, and Global Express jet aircraft. Cleaned and lubricated vehicles, machinery and equipment.Assembled and maintained physical structures using hand and power tools.Checked fluid levels and replaced filters. Did a lot of removing and installing inspection panels. Sealed panels, and windows, completed all log book entries.
Operated slitting and vacuum metallizing machines in a manufacturing environment.These machines put metal onto plastic, then cut the plastic into sheets, and rolls specified by the customer. Trained, directed and instructed apprentices and helpers. Measured, marked and indicated proper dimensions and reference points on materials and work pieces for future reference.Calculated and set controls to regulate machining factors like part speed, feed, depth and angle of cut and clamping methods.Selected appropriate speeds and feeds according to type of film and finish specifications. Maintained logs, lists and files and promptly completed all necessary paperwork. loaded pallets of finished product onto trucks at a loading dock with a forklift.
Physically and verbally interacted with students throughout the day to keep them engaged.Communicated effectively with educators from various grade levels. Was on break, and cafeteria duty daily. Also performed clerical duties such as: filing, and answering phones.
Delivered soda to area businesses. wrote up bills and collected money from customers. Filled and maintained vending machines, collected money from machines. Also responsible for daily truck maintenance.
Earned 94% for Power Plant curriculum.
Earned 91% for General and Airframe curriculum
Completed internship at Bombardier
Spent 1 year at Eastern 93/94, had to drop out due to financial obligations.
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