Dependable, hard-working MV22 Tiltrotor mechanic with over 4 years of experience in most aspects of airframes and powerplant components.
Hydraulic and fuel systems
Completed all repairs and maintenance work to standards. Processed work orders and prioritized jobs.Used hand tools to mount, install, and secure tools.Used measuring instruments to inspect parts.Managed work with little supervision. Worked directly with Aviation Avionics and Quality Assurance to achieve full mission readiness. Performed work which involves conventional engineering practices, but includes a variety of complex features, such as conflicting design requirements, non-standard materials and difficult coordination requirements. Analyzed system problems. Assisted with the Operational Risk Management (ORM) process. Completed all post-flight duties. Contributed to improvements in the ORM process, hazard analysis and assessment. Directed pilots to runways when space was available. Ensured the aircraft was clean and prepared for flight. Provided for the servicing, maintenance and protection of the aircraft at all times while away from home station.
Completed 21 Weeks of Military training for the V-22 Tiltrotor Mechanic (Osprey).
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