aviation electronics technician calibration resume example with 7+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Perceptive Technician adept at performing routine and non-routine inspections, repair and maintenance of different operational systems. Talented at efficiently resolving electrical and mechanical problems. Experience working with electrical hand tools, soldering, and mechanical testing equipment.

  • Calibration
  • Electronics
  • AC/DC Theory
  • Repair
  • Troubleshooting
  • Technician
  • CPR Qualified
  • Schematics
Work History
Aviation Electronics Technician (Calibration), 05/2018 to Current
Healthpro HeritageEnid, OK,
  • During the ships transition from Sasebo Japan to Norfolk Virginia, calibrated over 1,000 pieces of tools and safety equipment for F-35s and 12 CH-46 aircraft. As well as physical and mechanical gauges, thermometers and switches applied to the ship itself.
  • Installed electrical and electronic components and assemblies.
  • Coordinated work with engineers, technicians and other aircraft maintenance personnel.
  • Set up and operated precision test equipment for alignment, troubleshooting and testing of electrical equipment and systems.
  • Interacted with customers during the calibration process and assisted with troubleshooting and development modifications.
  • Scheduled routine lab tests and coordinated assets per specific user requests in secure testing environment.
  • Tested electrical aircraft systems, components and equipment for compliance with standards and to uncover any malfunctions.
Special Education Teacher, 08/2016 to 05/2022
Healthpro HeritageEscondido, CA,
  • Created and managed over 200 IEPs to define student learning objectives and educational strategies, in addition to applying instructional knowledge and methods to support goals.
  • Cultivated connections and strong student rapport to foster classroom engagement, in addition to recording student progress to inform parents and school administration.
  • Taught students across multiple classifications and degrees of special needs including students with emotional behavioral disorders, learning disabilities, and intellectual disabilities.
  • Modified general education curriculum for special-needs students using various instructional techniques and technologies.
Special Education Teacher, 08/2014 to 06/2016
Anderson 5 School DistrictCity, STATE,
  • Taught multiple subjects to students with intellectual or emotional disabilities.
  • Assisted struggling students to maintain progress levels by designing individualized lesson plans focused on areas for improvement.
  • Redirected students using Positive Behavior Support (PBS).
  • Delivered effective and differentiated classroom instruction to range of neurodiverse students.
Certification: Aviation Electronics Tech, Expected in
US Navy - ,

Intermediate Level Calibration of Physical/Dimensional Test and Measuring Systems

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to understand principles and theories related to instrumentation; describe concepts of pressure, vacuum, torque, force, and tension; understand principles of pressure and vacuum devices calibration; understand principles of temperature devices operation and standards; and describe the concepts of dimensional measurement. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION: include classroom exercises and laboratory. General course topics include pressure and vacuum; temperature and flow; torque, force, and tension; temperature devices and standards; testing and calibration; hydraulic and pneumatic pressure gauges; and dimensional calibration.

General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment Calibration and Maintenance

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to describe operating principles and calibration considerations for meters, counters, oscilloscopes, and signal generators; repair and calibrate meters, counters, oscilloscopes, and signal generators; troubleshoot electronic equipment to a faulty component given reference materials and test equipment; utilize proper safety procedures; and utilize publications and calibration procedures to perform calibration of electronic equipment. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION: include audiovisual materials, laboratory, and lecture. General course topics include electrical safety; equipment handling procedures; electrical transmission lines and radio frequency (RF) connectors; test equipment calibration procedures; and test equipment repair procedures.

Aviation Electronics Technician (Intermediate) "ATI" Apprentice Technical Training (ATT)

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to analyze and troubleshoot AC/DC circuits, solid state circuits, and digital logic circuits; and use electronic and digital test equipment. METHODS OF INSTRUCTION: include audiovisual materials, classroom exercises, computer-based training,

discussion, laboratory, learner presentations, lecture, and practical exercises. General course topics include mathematics for electronics, DC circuits, AC circuits, analog circuits, digital circuits, and electrical safety.

Bachelor of Arts: Special Education, Expected in 06/2014
Clemson University - Clemson, SC

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School Attended

  • US Navy
  • Clemson University

Job Titles Held:

  • Aviation Electronics Technician (Calibration)
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Special Education Teacher


  • Certification
  • Bachelor of Arts

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