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practicing mechanical engineer qa inspector resume example with 20+ years of experience

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

Twenty six years working on ships and shipboard installations. Also, fifteen years testing, instrumentation and supervision. Numerous years in mechanical related employment, including rebuilding antenna systems on board Navy ships.

Skills
  • Attention to Detail
  • Time Management
  • Inspection Procedures
  • Production Experience
  • Decision Making
  • Inspection Documentation
  • Good Manufacturing Practices
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Problem Anticipation and Resolution
  • Quality Control
  • Inspection and Testing Reports
  • Quantity Verification
  • Corrective Action Recommendations
  • Sound Judgment
  • Mathematical Calculation
  • Raw Materials Inspection and Testing
  • Instrument Calibration
  • Parts Installation
  • Color Comparison
  • Manufacturing Enhancement
  • Specifications Conformance
  • Schematic Understanding
  • Component Fabrication
  • Manual and Finger Dexterity
Experience
2000 to Current Practicing Mechanical Engineer/ QA Inspector Tech Data Corporation | Miami, FL,
  • Used specialized tools to take precise measurements of various aspects of samples.
  • Identified production concerns and worked with supervisors to understand and remedy situations.
  • Read blueprints and manuals to determine test procedures or adjustment methods.
  • Trained newly hired employees by explaining company procedures, job duties and performance expectations.
  • Wrote detailed reports outlining performance, quality and defect rates.
  • Completed non-destructive tests and conducted continuous inspections.
  • Inspected and repaired products to meet project expectations.
  • Documented nonconformities and recommended techniques for prompt resolution.
  • Consulted with engineers to resolve quality, production and efficiency problems.
  • Oversaw proper tagging and identification of parts and components, enabling rejected or non-repairable parts to be properly marked, quarantined and rendered unusable.
  • Recommended improvement measures to production process to meet quality control standards.
  • Reviewed drawings and blueprints to complete inspection at appropriate levels.
  • Developed and implemented strategies for defect prevention and process efficiency.
  • Examined products and materials for defects or deviations to remove or discard non-conforming items.
  • Analyzed plans, specifications and blueprints to understand product requirements.
  • Inspected, tested and measured materials for conformance to specifications and regulatory requirements.
  • Matched arriving materials with purchase orders, submitted discrepancy forms as necessary.
  • Recommended essential corrective actions based on test results.
  • Cleaned and calibrated dial indicators, fixed gauges, or height gauges prior to tests.
  • Marked materials with grade or acceptance status.
  • Made adjustments to equipment or calibrated instruments to required tolerances.
  • Notified supervisors or other relevant personnel of test or production issues.
  • Produced official reports of findings to meet regulatory standards and assist senior leadership with improving operations.
  • Repaired malfunctions, reassembled items and performed final tests.
  • Compared product and materials colors, shapes, textures and grades with predetermined templates.
  • Noted changes during testing in project documentation.
  • Assessed materials, parts and products for conformance with quality control requirements and production specifications.
  • Involved in CANES, CANES-subs and CUE systems.
1996 to 2000 Field Engineer Agilent Technologies, Inc. | Cedar Creek, TX,
  • Responsible for rebuilding Antenna Tilt Groups (ATGS) for the U.S. Navy sponsored by SPAWAR, San Diego.
1993 to 1996 Service Technician C.C.A | City, STATE,
  • Worked on liquid oxygen systems performing troubleshooting, repairs and installations.
  • Provided support services on a variety of mechanical projects.
  • Received certification for liquid oxygen repair.
1986 to 1993 Mock Up Mechanic Rohr Industries | City, STATE,
  • Built and installed one-of-a-kind wiring harnesses and instrumentation systems as part of a prototyping effort for NASA, and numerous other customers.
  • Concurrent with instrumentation duties, installed pressure taps, strains gauges and other specialized sensors.
  • Involved with the full-scale design effort from concept to drawing to installation and flight tests.
  • Worked on jet engines of various models, GE CFM-56-C2 AND E1, Pratt & Whitney 4000 JT-8, P-3, Rolls Royce, Allison and V-2500 and other prototypes.
1982 to 1986 Missile Mechanic General Dynamics Space Systems | City, STATE,
  • Involved in every aspect of the assembly for the Atlas Centaur Rockets (AC59-63).
  • Duties included mechanical, electrical, wiring harnesses, liquid oxygen and ducting systems.
  • Effort required custom engineering, single unit fabrication and an open minded attitude toward the uniqueness
  • Worked on Ground Launch Cruise Missile program building Launch Control Centers (LCC) for the USAF.
Education and Training
Expected in 06/1973 to to High School Diploma | Helix High School, La Mesa, CA, GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Helix High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Practicing Mechanical Engineer/ QA Inspector
  • Field Engineer
  • Service Technician
  • Mock Up Mechanic
  • Missile Mechanic

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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