Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
I am a highly motivated and skilled individual with the ability to manage and/or work well with others. I also bring the following skills, abilities, and certifications to any task I undertake or am assigned:
  • FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant technician with an Inspection Authorization.
  • AMT with 35 years experience. Areas of expertise include aircraft and aircraft powerplant manufacturing, maintenance, repair, and overhaul.
  • Direct experience with maintenance and inspections of 112 thru 114 Commander aircraft for individual customers, including providing factory warranty work to customers for Commander Aircraft in the 1990s.
  • Highly skilled and knowledgeable with working within the Federal Aviation Regulations.
  • Meticulous technician skilled at juggling multiple tasks and working long hours and/or while under pressure in the aviation industry.
  • Customer/Employee-oriented person focused on increasing production, minimizing equipment downtime and costs and maximizing overall plant efficiency while maintaining a high level of respect for those I work with or supervise.
  • Enthusiastic AMT who successfully applies vast knowledge of mechanics to any task I acquire or am assigned.
  • Skilled AMT with experience in the aviation industry. Familiar with large and small aircraft systems and manufacturing of these aircraft and their component parts .
  • Creative professional with extensive project experience from concept to development.
  • Management experience
  • Exceptional supervisory skills
  • Understanding FAA regulations and guidance
  • Assembly line production
  • Production procedures
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Project management experience
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Microsoft applications skills
  • Extremely quick learner
  • Extensive expertise in the use of shop and hand tools used for aircraft manufacturing, inspection, repairs, and overhaul
  • Task oriented for success
  • Airmen training skills
  • Developing aviation education training programs
Work History
Aviation Safety Inspector Airworthiness , 05/2001 - Current
Federal Aviation Administration City, STATE, Safety oversight of aviation maintenance technicians (AMTs) and maintenance facilities for private and commercial operators. Certification of airmen, aircraft, and air agencies operating under Federal AviationRegulation(FAR) parts 43, 65, 91, 135, 141, and 145.
Providing guidance to individuals and organizations seeking FAA certification and data approval for major repairs, major alterations, Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs), and Parts manufacturing approvals (PMAs) for repair stations, private individuals, and other aviation related organizations.Providing training in Safety Management Systems (SMS), human factors in maintenance, and understanding the Federal Aviation Regulations for Air Agencies, Air Operators, and Independent Maintenance Providers. Conducting aircraft accident investigations, reviewing accident and incident data pertaining to AMTs and pilots in order to develop airmen education training programs to assist in the reduction of aircraft accidents and incidents caused by human error and/or aircraft system failure. Conducting quality assurance reviews of FAA accident and incident reports.

Aviation Maintenance Technician Instructor, 11/2013 - Current
Metro Technology Aviation Career Center - FAR Part 147 School City, STATE,

Full time and Part time night adult classes Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) instructor. See next page for duties:




Duties: Preparing individuals for their FAA written and oral and practical test for their FAA airframe and powerplant ratings. My duties involve classroom lecture and training with hands on practical projects on aircraft maintenance and inspections, aircraft assembly and rigging, aircraft sheet metal and composite structures assembly and repairs, aircraft electrical, fire protection, cabin atmosphere systems, fuel, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, landing gear systems, avionics equipment including navigation and communications systems, welding, turbine, turboprop, and piston engine powerplant systems and propellers, proper use of manufactures manuals and other technical data, and FAA Regulations and other FAA related guidance.

Education and Professional Skilled Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 1981
Tulsa Technology Center 1990 (FAA Part 147 School) - civil aviation industry training - FAA training - ,
  • Emphasis in aviation manufacturing, maintenance, repair, and overhaul while earning my FAA powerplant certificate to combine with my airframe rating acquired through field experience working on aircraft and aircraft systems.
  • Manufacture and Industry training from Boeing, General Dynamics, Piper, Mooney, Pratt & Whitney, and FAA Aviation Safety Inspector training. 

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School Attended

  • Tulsa Technology Center 1990 (FAA Part 147 School) - civil aviation industry training - FAA training

Job Titles Held:

  • Aviation Safety Inspector Airworthiness
  • Aviation Maintenance Technician Instructor


  • High School Diploma

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