*Achievements: Recognized and awarded by The Boeing Company for Maintaining High Standards, Superior Craftsmanship, Customer Satisfaction and overall Job Performance. Excellent work ethic and attendance record 1988 to present.
*Aerospace Industry: 20 plus years combined factory experience as a Lead Assembler/Installer and an Assembler/Installer of 737 and 757 commercial airplane wing structures, fuel cells, duct assemblies and sub-assemblies. Additional work experience includes the set-up and supervision of sheet-metal fabrication and job scheduling, working with assorted metals, composites, sealing compounds, electrical, panel and plumbing assemblies.
*Boeing Company (The): 737 Classic/Next Generation and 757 Commercial Airplane programs. Practical and theoretical ability to apply Lean Manufacturing concepts, 5-S processes and a commitment to the 9 step manufacturing system and its' principles. Extensive understanding of aircraft structures and systems in addition to commercial airplane manufacturing processes with an understanding of how Company policies, procedures and regulations are administered.
*Communications: Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to use and leverage Boeing Computer Tech
10/1988The Boeing CompanyRenton, Washington
Assembler/Installer07/1996 to Current
Assemble and install Boeing Commercial Airplane 737 and 757 wing and structural parts, assemblies, sub-assemblies, structural components and systems; selecting and acquiring the correct parts, materials, tools and assemblies to make and attach major structural and wing assemblies while working outside and within closed areas of the wing.
03/1996 to 07/1996
Prepared, fitted, aligned and assembled a variety of aircraft components to be welded.
Performed all subsequent finishing work to include cutting, grinding, sanding, and acid etching.
Utilized stationary and hand-held tools as well as precision measuring tools to accomplish work assignments.
10/1993 to 03/1996Modern ManufacturingRenton, Washington
Referenced blueprints and process specification sheets and manuals.
Supervisor: Brake Press/Punch Press Operator Lead Set-Up Person for sheet metal shop.
Supervisory experience included set-up of machines and coordinating and scheduling of jobs.
Assembler10/1988 to 10/1993Weld & Duct
Referenced, interpreted and utilized engineering drawings, CADD (Computer Aided Drafting & Design) drawing systems, BAC Process Specifications and precision measuring instruments to check and verify data pertaining to work assignments.
Utilized floor-mounted and hand-held power tools to perform drilling, reaming and riveting operations in the fitting and installation of sub-assemblies such as: doors, brackets, ducts, support assemblies, equipment etc.
Installed system provisions for routing and clamping of electrical, plumbing, or cable rigging, etc., as necessary.
Inspected/reported errors in parts, materials, procedures, tools, and sequences, performing rework/functional checks as required.
Performed all work to Company, Industry and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Regulations and Standards.
Performed rework, to include pickups, green-lines and NCR.
Provide guidance, direction and cross training to newly hired and/or less experienced co-workers.
EDUCATION & TRAINING
The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington
*Engineering, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, Occupational Safety and Health Coursework. Training transcript provided upon request.
November 1988 - Present