A knowledgeable and professional aircraft mechanic with 5 years experience conducting, managing and supervising aircraft maintenance who balances efficient manpower management with short timelines without compromising the safety of maintainers or crew. Capable of working effectively alone or as a positive influence on a team. Qualifications include:
Time Management Skills
Initiative to Work Independently
Quality Inspection Professional
Exceptional Leadership Abilities
Supervised 4255.6 maintenance man hours on CH-53E in accordance with Maintenance Instruction Manuals ensuring the safety of aircraft for flight operation requirements as Collateral Duty Inspector (CDI) and Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representative (CDQAR). Supervised 2563.6 man hours of Corrosion Prevention and Corrosion Treatment as Collateral Duty Inspector and Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representative ensuring aircraft maintain safe mechanical operation for flight operations throughout a 10 month period.
Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representative (CDQAR) August 2015 to CurrentUnited States Marine Corps - MCAS New River, NCSupervising, inspecting, and performing maintenance tasks, to ensure that all maintenance is performed in accordance with Maintenance Instruction Manuals ensuring the safety of aircraft for flight operations. Monitoring and auditing safety programs within the work center ensuring standards are being met. Training and mentoring new employees to maintain a positive and productive work environment.
Shift Supervisor March 2014 to CurrentUnited States Marine Corps - MCAS New RIver, NCResponsible for maintaining the work center work load during day shift operations to facilitate flight schedule requirements. Monitored the maintenance processes and adjusted use of man power to facilitate sudden priority changes.
Aircraft Mechanic/Plane Captain April 2013 to CurrentUnited States Marine Corps - MCAS New River, NCPerform scheduled and unscheduled inspections, aircraft preparation, and aircraft servicing inspections ensuring safe mechanical operation before and after flight. Screened log books for outstanding or unsafe discrepancies prior to performing maintenance tasks and flight operations. Removed and replaced faulty flight critical components.
Education and Training
Technical Training, 2011Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Marine Unit New River - MCAS New River, NC, United StatesCourses included: Corrosion Control (Basic), CH-53 Basic Helicopter Machanic Organizational Maintenance and CH53-E Helicopter Mechanic Organizational Maintenance.
High School Diploma : 2007Westside High School - Omaha, NE, United States