Served seven years in the U.S. Navy as both a jet engine mechanic and installation security operative. During course of service, learned problem solving, interpersonal, managerial, and time management skills. Medically discharged from naval service due to on-site injury. Once out, began working towards a career in psychology whilst working various intermittent jobs. These include working for Uber, Verizon, and IHSS.
Conducted scheduled and unscheduled maintenance to ensure continuous safe operation of all aircraft.
Supervised aircraft and equipment movement.
Completed flight line foreign object prevention walks.
Operated support equipment within safety and proper operation standards.
Recorded all maintenance in aircraft logbooks and completed other paperwork as needed.
Executed corrosion control and inspection duties.
Cultivated a safe and organized work area by maintaining active control over tools and equipment.
Received belongings from passengers and safely and securely stowed items.
Appeared at designated appointments according to schedule.
Kept vehicle serviced according to schedule, reducing mechanically-related downtime.
Successfully interacted with customers to expedite orders.
Performed in-depth research to answer more complex questions.
Managed quality communication, customer support for each client.
Assisted customers with product complaints.
Supervised frequent activities such as personal hygiene to ensure safety.
Assisted disabled individuals to foster independence.
Maintained a clean and well-organized environment.
Assisted patients with healing and recovery after surgery.
Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including glaucoma and cancer.
Completed an associates in psychology.
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