Licensed FAA rated Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Technician
Yellow Belt Lean 6 Sigma Certified
Five years of experience in key aircraft systems and quality assurance processes
Trusted, highly reliable aviation professional responsible for maintaining state of the art aircraft
Performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, trouble shooting, major and minor repairs, post flight inspections, and record keeping
Management of large maintenance crews
Navigation of FAA regulated publications
Proficiency with mechanical and pneumatic tools
Supply chain management
Military leadership experience
Job status reports
Knowledgeable of applicable local codes
N Assistant Phase Coordinator 2015-2016 Troubleshooting malfunctions: Aircraft structure Drivetrain Power plant Fuel systems Flight controls Hydraulic systems Vibration analysis Maintains, inspects, and repairs aircraft structures and hydraulic systems and components.
4859.3 logged maintenance hours 1890.1 logged supervising hours Collaborating with supervisors or higher-level technician on complex aircraft relevant tasks Extensive troubleshooting, cleaning disassembly and reassembly, replacing or repairing discrepant components Experience in supply chain Transfer of Memberships and Professional Affiliations FAA Licensed Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic Lean 6 Sigma Yellow Belt.
United States Marine CorpsJacksonville, NCAviation Mechanic06/2011 to Current
Performing line maintenance functions under the supervision of the Chief Mechanic including post flight inspections & routine servicing.
Performing troubleshooting functions on electrical, hydraulic, engine and airframe systems and components as required to support the aircraft's maintenance needs.
Performing heavy maintenance including the annual inspection, engine changes, gearbox changes, prop changes as required to support the aircraft's maintenance needs.
Troubleshooting inoperative or malfunctioning aircraft systems.
Maintains all required records of maintenance and repair to the airship as required by company policy and FAA regulations.
Replacing time or service-limited parts and/or aircraft appliances as needed or on a scheduled basis.
Performing preventive and corrective maintenance on aircraft and associated aircraft appliances in accordance with established schedules Researching and investigating possible solutions to engine, airframe, and associated appliance malfunctions.
Attending recurrent aircraft technical training to maintain professional currency.
Education and Training
High School Diploma2011Hagerty High School, Oviedo, FL, USA
H-1 Powertrain2011Center Naval Aviation Technical Training, Camp Pendleton, CA, USA
Graduated top in class
A&P License2016Bakers School of Aeronautics, Lebanon, TN, USA