aviation electricians mate resume example with 4+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

I am a motivated individual who wants to succeed in life. To me an education is very important and is something that I always wanted to pursue in my life. This was one of my biggest reasons for joining the Navy. As soon as the Navy authorized my education benefits I started taking classes. After earning my Bachelors degree I thought I was satisfied. Then I found out that I could get an MBA with a concentration in cyber security from UT Tyler, and then I knew I had a new educational goal to pursue.

  • Operating Aircraft
  • Detailed Instruction
  • Safety Practices
  • Aircraft Electrical Systems
  • Lighting Control System
  • Peer Mentoring
  • Strong Communication
  • Aircraft Repair and Maintenance
  • Engineering Schematics
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Project Deadlines
  • Staff Supervision
Work History
11/2017 to Current Aviation Electrician's Mate Amentum | Fort George G Meade, MD,
  • Assembled aircraft cannon plugs, ground points and splice points to enhance aircraft safety.
  • Maintained aircraft electrical and electronic emergency systems to support aircraft startup and as emergency source of power in event of generation or distribution system failure.
  • Implemented master caution advisory system components to draw attention of crew in critical situations.
  • Performed special inspections for upkeep of aircraft wiring harness system components to optimize aircraft maintenance efficiencies through insights.
  • Directed incoming and outgoing aircraft near terminal areas using light signals and guiding signs.
  • Completed maintenance of lighting system components to support illumination for exterior and interior use.
  • Executed preventive maintenance for landing gear electrical and electronic components to comply with schedule and specifications.
  • Rectified airframe electrical and electronic systems issues using Troubleshooting.
  • Performed aircraft maintenance for scheduled preventive actions and unscheduled requirements.
  • Maintained orderly and safe work environment by enforcing tool control and FOD awareness, prevention and safety at all times.
  • Recorded maintenance actions in aircraft logbooks.
  • Performed aircraft corrosion control procedures.
  • Operated power tools, gauges and testing equipment to adjust, repair and replace faulty components in aircrafts.
  • Maintained all aircraft in accordance with organizational maintenance requirements.
  • Maintained repair logs to document all corrective and preventive aircraft maintenance.
  • Operated support equipment and flight line vehicles.
  • Conducted and oversaw safety protocols and flight line foreign object prevention walks.
  • Analyzed engineering drawings and schematics to troubleshoot systems and diagnose solutions.
  • Completed preventive and reparative maintenance on aircraft electronics and computer systems.
  • Obtained fuel and oil samples to check for contamination.
  • Trained 13 new employees according to company standards.
  • Achieved F/A-18 Low Power Turn Operator licensing.
  • Conduct safety training on thermal runaway procedures.

11/2017 to Current Plane Captain Coretelligent, Llc | Chicago, IL,

  • Directed incoming and outgoing aircraft near terminal areas using light signals and guiding signs.
  • Performed fueling operations using gravity fill and closed circuit refueling methods.
  • Serviced aircraft fuel, oil, air, hydraulic and other systems to prepare flights for takeoff.
  • Completed careful pre-flight checks and post-flight briefings to maintain safety standards.
  • Performed accurate calculations of plane loads and fuel needs.
  • Maintained compliance with Naval instruction, FAA regulation requirements for every flight.
  • Quickly learned new skills and applied them to daily tasks, improving efficiency and productivity.
  • Worked flexible hours; night, weekend, and holiday shifts.
  • Maintained energy and enthusiasm in fast-paced environment.
  • Carried out day-day-day duties accurately and efficiently.
  • Work Center 310 supervisor, in charge of 15 sailors.
  • Supervise IMRL tool program
  • Supervise the qualification training of junior sailors, optimizing command efficiency by 13%.
11/2017 to Current Logistics Specialist United States Navy, VFA-37 | City, STATE,
  • Coordinated incoming and outgoing shipments to maintain schedules.
  • Tracked supply, equipment and product inventory quantities to maintain necessary levels.
  • Issued timely and accurate responses to both internal and external inquiries.
  • Tracked and managed transfer paperwork such as packing lists.
  • Managed and tracked package transfers such as bills of lading, delivery receipts, packing lists and load tags.
  • Provided customers with status updates for tracked packages.
  • Oversaw every phase of supply chain, from purchase order to delivery to invoicing, targeting 100% end-user satisfaction.
Expected in 08/2022 to to Bachelor of Arts | Strategic Intelligence American Military University , Charles Town, WV, GPA:
  • 3.2345 GPA

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • American Military University

Job Titles Held:

  • Aviation Electrician's Mate
  • Plane Captain
  • Logistics Specialist


  • Bachelor of Arts

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