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Jessica
Claire
resumesample@example.com
(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Summary

Seven years F-35A nose to tail experience. Six years total Vehicle and Mission System military aircraft Experience. Team player who can be counted on to do what is right to get the job done and ensure flight readiness Of the aircraft. Dedicated to quality work, done right the first time. Able to operate effectively In a fast paced, high-pressure environment where priorities are constantly changing. Currently holding a secret clearance. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook as well as maintenance tracking databases. System expertise: Liquid Cooling ECS/PTMS Compression ECS/PTMS Distribution Equipment (air) Cooling Life Support Oxygen AC/DC Power Emergency Power External Power Distribution Power Generation Fire Protection Flight Controls Fuels Landing Gear Controls Internal/External Lighting Canopy/Egress Radar GPS/INS Communications/Navigation /IFF Digital Aperture

Productive aircraft service professional bringing an extensive history of service and inspection on varied model aircrafts. Aiming to fulfill a role in which to leverage in-depth industry knowledge and a diverse skill set acquired over 7 years of service in the aviation landscape.

Skills
  • Air vehicle and Mission Systems
  • Military Aircraft Mechanical
  • Publications ALIS, AFRS, and JTD
  • Schematics reading
  • Troubleshooting
  • Fire extinguishing and oxygen systems
  • Troubleshooting issues
  • Installing components
  • Lubricating gears
  • Towing aircraft
  • Removing and installing aircraft engines
  • SAP knowledge
  • Military maintenance standards
  • Hazardous materials
  • Nose-to-tail inspections
  • Document control
  • Air Vehicle inspections
Education and Training
Tuba City High School Tuba City, AZ Expected in 05/2003 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Experience
Lockheed Martin - Dedicated Crew Chief F-35
City, STATE, 05/2015 - Current
  • Maintain and support flying operations for the Australian F-35A.
  • Resolve aircraft discrepancies utilizing JTD, AFRS, ALIS and CMMS.
  • Analyze and interpret HRC's for the use of troubleshooting Aircraft systems.
  • Utilize all facets of ALIS to perform daily operation as a Crew Chief.
  • Troubleshoot issues and completed equipment replacements and repairs.
  • Completed daily inspections including pre- and post-flights and thru-flights.
  • Established long-term relationships with customers by promoting great service and engagement skills and quickly resolving issues.
  • Performed F-35 inspections and completed air vehicle repairs.
  • Highly involved with troubleshooting multiple systems and subsystems utilizing schematics, engineering instructions, and the Joint Electrical Design Installation program.
  • Special Certifications include: Remove/install and maintain the Pratt & Whitney F135 Engine.
    Remove/install Martin Baker Seat.
  • Evaluated and repaired electrical, air handling and other systems.
  • Removed aircraft parts such as engines, pumps and landing gear.
  • Performed troubleshooting procedures to find root causes of faults.
  • Maintained aircraft environmental systems, oxygen systems, fire extinguishing systems and utility systems.
  • Recorded all maintenance performance in aircraft logbooks and completed other paperwork requirements as needed.
  • Executed corrosion control and inspection duties with minimal supervision.
Lockheed Martin - Field Service Mechanic F-35
City, STATE, 03/2012 - 04/2015
  • Responsible for the overall mission readiness of F-35 aircraft Link between maintenance supervisors and specialized engineering Groups Possession of Secret clearance Responsible for the upkeep, repair and servicing of the F-35 aircraft Qualified to launch and recover F-35 aircraft Explosive crew escape, ejection seat and canopy maintenance Certified FOD and tool control program certified.
  • Serviced hydraulic and pneumatic systems and aircraft conditioning equipment. PAO
  • Diagnosed problems using testing equipment, technical knowledge and ALIS publications.
  • Performed basic and complex repairs, refurbishments and new installations to resolve issues and update systems.
  • Removed defective wiring systems, hydraulics and braking systems and replaced with new parts, enabling F-35A to return to service.
  • Reviewed work orders and communicated with prior shift to assess work needs for day.
  • Completed inspections and targeted repairs of aircraft systems, components and structures.
  • Ensured customer satisfaction by providing highest quality of products by ensuring all equipment was properly installed and working correctly.
United States Navy - F-18 Engine Mechanic
City, STATE, 07/2003 - 07/2007
  • Calibration Tool program manager.
  • Experienced trouble shooter of complex aircraft engine maintenance for various F/A -18 models Investigated failed components and tools for USS Ronald Reagan power plant division Evaluated, rated and reported on the job performance of technicians.
  • Conducted reviews and scheduled training for over 15 aircraft maintenance technicians as section training manager.
  • Worked on the engines of F-404, F-414 and T-56 aircraft, including repairing in place, removing for refurbishment and building new ones.
  • Cultivated safe and organized work area by maintaining active control over tools and equipment and retaining FOD awareness at all times.
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School Attended
  • Tuba City High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Dedicated Crew Chief F-35
  • Field Service Mechanic F-35
  • F-18 Engine Mechanic
Degrees
  • High School Diploma

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