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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary

Very motivated, quick learner, organized, dependable and proficient Mechanic with expert knowledge of technical tools. Offers confidence and collaboration built from 6 years in the Aviation industry. Provides incredible customer service as well as ability to quickly and effectively diagnose and resolve mechanical problems with any hydraulic system or motor powered systems.

Skills
  • Quality Assurance
  • Repairs Knowledge
  • Troubleshooting Skills
  • Hydraulic Pumps
  • Equipment Inspection and Testing
  • Fleet Management
  • Inspections proficiency
  • Technical aptitude
  • Equipment adjustment
  • Personnel supervision
  • Assessing risks
  • Briefing leadership
  • Flexible & Adaptable
  • Good listening skills
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Teamwork
  • Multitasking abilities
  • Conflict resolution
Work History
03/2021 to Current Mechanic Go Riteway Transportation Group | West Bend, WI,
  • Replaced damaged, missing or defective parts with new and refurbished components.
  • Performed diagnostic and troubleshooting procedures to find and identify root causes of mechanical issues.
  • Performed routine maintenance and repairs using hand and power tools to maximize reliability.
  • Inspected and tested equipment to locate worn and damaged parts.
  • Performed preventative and regular maintenance on systems.
  • Followed safety precautions to avoid personal injury and provide safe work environment.
  • Diagnosed malfunctions and troubleshot issues.
  • Followed all work orders and specifications to determine which machines and equipment required replacement, repair or maintenance.
  • Increased overall lifespan of equipment by following preventative maintenance plans and executing unscheduled repairs.
  • Provided facility inspection and maintenance to achieve superior levels of cleanliness and upkeep.
  • Heavy Maintenance Mechanic on the A-4 K and N models.
09/2020 to 02/2021 Mech II (CDQAR) Department Of Veterans Affairs | San Antonio, TX,
  • Performed troubleshooting, diagnosis and repair of all hydraulic systems on the AV8B Harrier.
  • Inspected and tested equipment, machinery and components to diagnose issues, recognize defects and determine appropriate repairs.
  • Installed new parts and components such as lines, pipes and bracing.
  • Assessed and tore down parts such as pumps, motors and cylinders.
  • Measured distances precisely to repair and install parts within strict tolerances.
  • Cleaned and lubricated parts to maximize life of equipment and improve performance.
  • Managed maintenance recordkeeping, consistently documenting repair actions to support effective preventive strategies.
  • Recommended and implemented cost-effective repairs with minimal downtime for critical equipment.
  • Performed troubleshooting, diagnosis and repair of landing gear and flight controls.
  • Identified mechanical problems and determined best solutions for correction.
  • Frequently diagnosed mechanical problems and determined how to correct issues.
05/2020 to 09/2020 Sheet Metal Mechanic AVMAC LLC (FRC EAST) | City, STATE,
  • Read blueprints and schematics correctly to complete jobs accurately and prevent rework.
  • Measured installation locations with care to cut materials accurately and minimize waste.
  • Used rulers, squares and scribes to measure and mark dimensions and reference lines on materials.
  • Finished and sealed ductwork to achieve ideal look and performance levels.
  • Helped team operate efficiently by keeping supplies, tools and equipment organized.
  • Performed quality finishes by trimming and deburring to create smooth surfaces and joints of assembled parts.
  • Fastened joints and seams together to assemble components into sheet metal products.
  • Met strict quality standards by inspecting and correcting work of less experienced team members.
  • Measured parts using calipers, gauges and micrometers to confirm adherence to quality standards on final inspections.
  • Used basic carpentry knowledge to minimize cuts in existing building structures and leave customers with professional final appearance.
  • Selected gauges and types of sheet metal or non-metallic material to meet product specifications.
  • Used Strecther and Shrinker machine tools to shape metal material over blocks and other structures.
07/2015 to 05/2020 Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representative United States Marine Corps | City, STATE,
  • Monitored safety compliance to maintain strict standards and protect team members from harm.
  • Monitored priorities and liaised between maintenance team and management, delegating tasks to complete on time.
  • Contributed to development, implementation and execution of maintenance programs.
  • Reviewed technical documentation to complete equipment maintenance and repair.
  • Organized ongoing maintenance schedules to boost system performance.
  • Worked as a Work Center Supervisor leading 10 Marines and maintaining 12 Av8B harriers for the flight schedule the next day.
  • Performed aircraft maintenance for scheduled preventive actions and unscheduled requirements.
  • Maintained orderly and safe work environment by enforcing tool control and FOD awareness, prevention and safety at all times.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled inspections to check flight readiness of aircraft.
  • Operated power tools, gauges and testing equipment to adjust, repair and replace faulty components in aircrafts.
  • Diagnosed faults and developed resolution plans.
  • Operated support equipment, including flight line vehicles, as needed.
  • Removed components such as landing gear, engines and flight control.
  • Serviced aircraft systems, including electrical, pumps and air handling.
  • Used hand tools such as torque wrenches, borescope, feeler gauge, hydraulic line wrenches, specialty wrenches and ratchets, drills, air tools such as drills and 90 degree grinders.

Education
Expected in to to No Degree | NATC Pensacola , Pensacola, FL, GPA:

Learned basic troubleshooting skills and basic sheet metal skills for aircraft maintenance.

Expected in 07/2015 to to High School Diploma | Kings Mountain High School, Kings Mountain, NC GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • NATC Pensacola
  • Kings Mountain High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Mechanic
  • Mech II (CDQAR)
  • Sheet Metal Mechanic
  • Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representative

Degrees

  • No Degree
  • High School Diploma

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