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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Resourceful Hub Maintenance Controller with 36 years of experience planning, scheduling and monitoring work on aircraft. Skillfully determined extent of maintenance and repair needs to effectively delegate tasks to personnel. Additional skills in job documentation, overseeing compliance and [experince]. Seasoned expert at managing continually changing priorities due to unscheduled emergency repair needs.

Skills
  • Safety Compliance
  • Personnel Management
  • Providing a Safe and airworthy Aircraft with least inconvenience to the flying passengers.
  • Work Estimation communication to all departments needing this information to make accurate decisions on running a effective airline operation.
Experience
Hub Maintenance Controller, 06/2011 - 07/2022
Airbus Helicopter Hamburg, NY,
  • Determined schedules, sequences and assignments for work activities, based on priority, quantity of equipment and personnel skill.
  • Provided Pilots on live trips with advice for Mechanical issues at departure and off the gate to provide a safe airworthy aircraft.
  • Coached staff on strategies to enhance performance and improve customer relations.
  • Allocated material and labor resources to promote on-time and under-budget project completion.
  • Kept records of parts and equipment used in projects to update inventory.
  • Oversaw workforce schedules and allocated resources in order to achieve project goals.
  • Reviewed project blueprints and specifications to determine number of workers needed to complete jobs.
  • Maintained optimal supply levels to meet expected demands without overreaching budget targets.
  • Prepared and planned worksites to help jobs run smoothly.
  • Resolved maintenance line mechanical issues by [Action].
  • Arranged for transportation of maintenance personnel to aircraft grounded offsite.
  • Outlined requested work tasks for scheduled and unscheduled repairs in work packages.
Flight Simulator Technician, 09/2001 - 06/2011
Caesars Entertainment Corporation Hammond, IN,
  • Utilized mathematical functions to interpret aircraft weight and balance loading instructions.
  • Identified needs of customers promptly and efficiently.
  • Trained new employees on safety protocols and company standards.
  • Evaluated and tested systems and equipment for compliance with company standards and quality controls.
  • Read complex manuals to review repair procedures.
  • Replaced defective parts and corrected problems using various hand and power tools.
  • Repaired or installed new wiring, boxes, antennas and other system pieces.
  • Operated ohmmeters, ammeters and time domain reflectometers.
  • Followed blueprints to precisely lay out and install new aircraft assemblies and systems.
  • Executed corrosion control and inspection duties with minimal supervision.
  • Evaluated and repaired electrical, air handling and other systems.
  • Sourced or fabricated replacement parts to correct faults with avionics systems.
  • Installed and maintained navigational aids and automated weather observation systems.
  • Maintained aircraft environmental systems, oxygen systems, fire extinguishing systems and utility systems.
  • Assembled prototypes and conducted thorough tests to validate designs.
  • Prioritized and organized tasks to efficiently accomplish service goals.
  • Demonstrated leadership by maClaire improvements to work processes and helping to train others.
  • Worked successfully with diverse group of coworkers to accomplish goals and address issues related to our products and services.
  • Understood and followed oral and written directions.
Aircraft Maintenance Technician, 07/1993 - 09/2001
Scientific Research Corporation Colorado Springs, CO,
  • Researched, read and interpreted technical manuals and guidelines before inspections, installations and repairs.
  • Assembled and installed mechanical, hydraulic and structural components and accessories using appropriate tools.
  • Inspected completed work to certify that maintenance adhered to standards and procedures.
  • Completed scheduled and unscheduled safety and performance assessments.
  • Recommended replacement, repair or modification of aircraft equipment based on inspection.
  • Managed repair logs, documenting preventive and corrective aircraft maintenance activities.
  • Reported issues, malfunctions, unusual wear, or damage to appropriate personnel.
  • Serviced and maintained aircraft systems, flushing crankcases, cleaning screens and greasing moving parts.
  • Utilized drawings and schematics to install, remove and modify aircraft structures, systems and components.
  • Interpreted logs to understand issue history and nature, troubleshoot faults and identify next steps.
  • Performed maintenance services such as lubricating components.
  • Removed aircraft parts such as engines, pumps and landing gear.
  • Disassembled and inspected engines and components for wear, breaks or other deficiencies.
  • Performed troubleshooting procedures to find root causes of faults.
  • Requested aviation parts and supplies before scheduled repairs to meet inventory needs.
  • Performed troubleshooting and diagnostic procedures to locate source of malfunctions.
  • Reviewed work orders and discussed with supervisors.
  • Updated maintenance and repair logs according to services performed and submitted reports to supervisors for review.
  • Utilized hand and power tools to detect and repair aircraft malfunctions and damages.
  • Maintained aircraft environmental systems, oxygen systems, fire extinguishing systems and utility systems.
  • Disassembled units and inspected parts for wear with micrometers, calipers and gauges.
  • Executed corrosion control and inspection duties with minimal supervision.
  • Used diagnostics and troubleshooting tools to identify failures and equipment issues.
  • Inspected and verified dimensions and clearances of parts to verify conformance to factory specifications.
  • Attached test instruments to equipment, reading dials and gauges to diagnose malfunctions.
  • Planned work procedures using charts, technical manuals and experience.
  • Supervised and completed flight line foreign object prevention walks.
  • Adjusted and repaired systems to meet manufacturers' performance specifications.
  • Examined and adjusted protective guards, loose bolts and specified safety devices.
  • Disassembled and overhauled internal combustion engines, pumps and generators.
  • Improved function of engines by replacing spark plugs, fuel filters and defective sensors.
  • Completed standard inspections to assess wear and damage to vehicles.
Avionics Technician, 05/1981 - 12/1985
Blacks Customs Avionics City, STATE,
  • Performed through tests of electrical systems, parts and equipment to check compliance with applicable standards and evaluate malfunctions.
  • Completed in-depth visual and manual inspections of electrical components.
  • Recorded maintenance performance in aircraft logbooks and completed other paperwork requirements.
  • Followed blueprints to precisely lay out and install new aircraft assemblies and systems.
  • Replaced defective parts and corrected problems using various hand and power tools.
  • Sourced or fabricated replacement parts to correct faults with avionics systems.
  • Repaired or installed new wiring, boxes, antennas and other system pieces.
  • Executed corrosion control and inspection duties with minimal supervision.
  • Operated ohmmeters, ammeters and time domain reflectometers.
  • Evaluated and repaired electrical, air handling and other systems.
  • Installed and maintained navigational aids and automated weather observation systems.
  • Promoted high customer satisfaction by resolving problems with knowledgeable and friendly service.
  • Understood and followed oral and written directions.
  • Worked successfully with diverse group of coworkers to accomplish goals and address issues related to our products and services.
Military Training Instructor, 03/1974 - 03/1977
U.S. Marine Corps, Marine Barracks City, STATE,
  • Monitored, evaluated and recorded training activities or program effectiveness.
  • Selected and assigned instructors to conduct training.
  • Explained goals and expectations required of trainees.
  • Participated and attended meetings or seminars to obtain information for use in training programs or to inform management of training program status.
Education and Training
: Electrical, Electronics And Communications Engineering, Expected in
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Atlanta Metropolitan State College - Atlanta, GA
GPA:
Status -
  • received training for earning the Federal Communication License.

Certifications
  • Licensed FAA Airframe - 1989
  • Licensed FAA Powerplant - 1989
  • FCC License - 1981

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Atlanta Metropolitan State College

Job Titles Held:

  • Hub Maintenance Controller
  • Flight Simulator Technician
  • Aircraft Maintenance Technician
  • Avionics Technician
  • Military Training Instructor

Degrees

  • Some College (No Degree)

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