FAA Parachute Rigger with 14 years experience, positive attitude and a commitment to safety, quality, customer service and lean manufacturing.
Packed/Repaired broad range of parachute systems including, T10's (Mains/Reserves), MC1-1C, MC4, MC5, T-11, F-15, F-16, systems using manuals and appropriate tools.
Responsible for the inspection, in-servicing, rigging, packing of main F15 and F16 parachute systems to include droug chutes into the seats of the F15, F16. Drafted a timescale for all jobs.
Inspected finished products for quality and adherence to customer specifications. Monitored the production processes and adjusted schedules.
Planned and laid out work to meet production and schedule requirements.
Adhered to all applicable regulations, policies and procedures for health, safety and environmental compliance. Proposed new processes, based on findings from applied knowledge.
Responsible for training of all DOD personnel in minimum standards and providing technical guidance and support for inspection, In-Servicing and Packing of Parachute systems. Reviewed manuals and conferred with manufacture or administrative staff to resolve production and processing problems.Reviewed the performance of subordinates.Troubleshooted problems with equipment, devices or products. Worked with DOD personnel to implement the company's policies and goals.
Responsible for the entry level training, in the inspection, packing and maintenance of various types of parachute systems, for all parachute riggers within DOD. Developed step by step instruction so as to ensure proper packing and maintenance procedures were being done in accordance with all applicable regulations, policies and manufacture specifications. Worked with managers to implement the company's policies and goals. Assisted in the coordination, preparation of parachute jumps. Supervision of students at all times so as to ensure their safety, and well being.
Responsible for the training, inspection, packing of the MC4 and MC5 parachute system within the military free fall school, to include the in-servicing,packing, and maintenance of all civilian Javelin parachute systems. Calibrated or adjust equipment to ensure quality production. Worked with managers to implement the company's policies and goals.Proposed new products, processes, or applications based on findings from applied knowledge. Responsible for setting minimum standards and providing technical guidance and, installation, operation and maintenance of parachute systems used in the process.
Parachute Rigger: Special Warfare Center
Parachute Rigger: Special Operations Command.
Basic Airborne School: 1988
Parachute Rigger School: 1988
Ram-Air Parachute Systems 1989, Free Fall Release Course 1989,Defence packging Hazourdous Materials Course 1989, JumpMaster Course 1990, Halo Oxygen Course 1991, Airdrop load1992, Halo School 1994, Instructor Development Course 1996, FAA Senior Rigger 1998, Military FreeFall JumpMaster Course 1998
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