Aircraft mechanic with 6 years experience working in a fast pace, no failure environment and willing to work a flexible schedule. Personable, motivated and collaborative professional.
Attention to Detail
High quality performance under pressure
04/2012 to Current
B-52 Crew ChiefUnited States Air Force – Minot, ND Troubleshoot and maintain aircraft structures, systems, and components. Adjust, align, rig, and calibrate aircraft systems. Perform maintenance engine runs and accomplish weight and balance functions. Jack, tow, service aircraft as required. Inspect and identify aircraft corrosion for prevention and repair. Review aircraft forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems, and historical reports to ensure complete/accurate documentation. Supervise and perform aircraft and component inspections, identifying level of corrective action and proper/timely installation. Perform sortie generation and inspections including preflight, thru-flight, postflight, hourly postflight, special inspections and 450 hour phase inspections. Review maintenance data collection summaries to determine trends and production effectiveness. Perform staff and supervisory management functions.
Maintained $2.2B fleet of 26 Boeing B-52H bombers assigned to 2 squadrons; Aquired diverse expertise on airframe, engines and related systems- endorsed for FAA A &P license.
Handpicked for 450 flying hour phased inspection shop; performed/lead over 60, 2 week inspections with a 98% key task listing pass rate.
During analysis of engine systems, discovered out of limits exhaust gas temperature fault- boroscoped combustion chamber locating excessive carbon buildup resulting in engine replacement.
High School Diploma: Vista Del Lago High School - Folsom, CA
Supervisory/Management Fundamentals: Airman Leadership School - Minot, ND
49 credits completed in Aviation Maintenance Technology: Community College of the Air Force - Minot, ND