|Fiber Optics Repair Technical Skill Set * Formal Training: Learjet 24, Piper Cherokee, AeroCommander 520, and Cessna 310 Airframe and Powerplant systems. * General: Inspections, troubleshooting, and airworthiness determinations made on aircraft utilizing technical publications, FAR's, manufacturer maintenance manuals, part catalogs and schematics. Completed logbook and paperwork documentation. * Powerplant: Performed inspection, repair, installation and troubleshooting on turbine, turboshaft, reciprocating engines, and systems therein including: Induction, Exhaust, Fuel, Ignition, Electrical, Communication/Navigation, Ice and Rain, Instruments and APU. * Airframe: Performed maintenance and inspections on Hydraulic/Pneumatic systems, Electrical, Fire protection, Flight controls, and Interiors. Fabricated airfoils (sheet metal and composite) from blue print drawings. Performed registration marking and painting of aircraft surfaces.|
Hours worked per week: 40hrs Trouble shoot mechanical malfunctions of engines Launch and recover aircrafts Perform maintenance on time sensitive parts Perform minor repairs on airframe and engine Perform Fuel and Defuel of aircraft Perform engine operational checks upon completion of maintenance
Service Country: United States Branch: Marine Corp Rank: E5-SGT August 2001 to January 2009 As an aviation electronics technician, I repaired electronics aircrafts systems, troubleshot, repaired and replaceable electronic components. Gained knowledge in reading and comprehending schematics and diagrams. I also performed routine maintenance on test benches and equipment. When I achieved the rank of E3 LCPL, I gave instruction on troubleshooting and repairing solid state devices. I was also responsible for Inspecting and maintaining electronic test equipment. As a Marine Security Guard I protected three different Embassies around the world. I monitored and safeguard classified material and Embassy personnel. I was trained in diffusing hostile situations and I investigated security and safety violations and wrote over 300 detailed incident reports.
Master Certificate in Six Sigma Villanova University - Villanova, PA 2014 Present
Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Villanova University - Villanova, PA May 2015 to Present
Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics license issued by the FAA -December 2010 to Present FCC Elements 1, 3, & 8 March 2011 to Present FCC GROL or General Radiotelephone Operator license with ship radar endorsement FCC Commercial Operators License (Marine Radio Operator Permit)
FCC Elements 1, 3, & 8 March 2011 to Present
FCC GROL or General Radiotelephone Operator license with ship radar endorsement FCC Commercial Operators License (Marine Radio Operator Permit)
Read/ Write/ and Conversational in Chinese (Mandarin)
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