Three Years of Perfect Attendance Given By McDonnell Douglas Aerospace 04/1993 to 04/1996
APU Operator, 02/2016
to Current Kumho Tire Co Kumho Pkwy – Macon,
Operates Automated Production Unit (APU), which involves the initial production phase of tire production.
Performs quality control inspections, ensures specifications are within tolerance, and practices safe work habits in a production team environment.
to 03/2015 The Boeing Company – Macon,
Built high quality sub-assemblies for the C-17 Globemaster III aircraft Create and install assemblies per blueprints Produced the inboard and outboard upper and lower skins, box, trailing edges and final assembly for flaps Worked in the fixed leading edges attaching the spars, ribs, skins, hydraulic lines, composite skins and access panels Towed the flaps to different locations using a tug when necessary Perform layout and fabrication of parts for mods including drilling, riveting, sanding, crimping, countersinking, and dimpling Utilize all different types of hand and power tools to perform structural assembly work, including, rivet guns, drill motors, huck guns, torque runners, bucking bars, wrenches, quack motor, 45 and 90-degree angle motors, and hand shears Use precision measuring devices such as scales, depth gauges, micrometers, dial calipers, Tru-Lok gauges and others Used DS-108 and other cleaning solvents to remove dirt and other debris Inspect work performed to ensure it is within specifications and regulations Ensure compliance with industrial health and safety regulations meeting all OSHA requirements Recognized for achieving no lost time accidents in over 6 years Utilize lean manufacturing principles to help increase aircraft quality and lower cost of production.
to 12/1991 Warner Robins Air Force Base
Sheetmetal Mechanic, Warner Robins, United States,
Utilized knowledge and skill in sheet metal mechanics to build, install, inspect, remove, repair, and replace assemblies and sub-assemblies in the C-130 aircraft Followed technical orders to perform exact modification and repair actions on various aircraft parts Performed structural inspections of aircraft and repaired cracks or damage to the skin and aircraft Repaired aircraft skin with both flush and scab patches Followed detailed procedures that specify task sequences and tolerances Read and interpreted blueprint, safely handled hazardous materials, and worked within confined areas Used measuring instruments including flexible and semi-flexible steel rulers to measure plans and patterns Used basic hand and power tools such as hammers, chisels, hand snips, band and circle saws, squaring shears Utilized buffing tools and chemicals to bull out scratched painted surfaces Worked with allocated time frames and met all production process goals without sacrificing quality workmanship.
Commercial Driver's License: 2015 Central GA Technical College - Warner Robins,
Associate's Degree: Business Administration,
1997 Georgia Military College - Warner Robins,
GA Business Administration
Technical or Occupational Certificate: Aircraft Structural Technology,
1992 Macon Technical College - Macon,
GA Aircraft Structural Technology
Boeing, Macon, Georgia (Specialized and Advanced Training)
Bklt-Filter Face PC - 1.0 hours: 04/2001
C-17 Seal Material & Metal - 1: 10/2000 Repair Surface Defects -