Defense Contract Management AgencyMay 2016 to CurrentQuality Assurance Specialist (GS-1910-11) 18901 Wilmington Ave Carson, CA 90746
Utilizing Enterprise Integrated Tool Sets (EITS) to establish, prioritize, and adjust workload.
Reviewed and analyzed CTR's for multiple teams using Managers Internal Control Assessment (MICA)
Review contracts and technical data packages utilizing Integrated Workload Management System (IWMS) to identify the specification requirements which the contractor's processes must meet for 10 contractors.
Design, plan and implement an effective risk management program through Data Collection and Analysis (DC&A) of multiple contractors.
Developed and maintained 15+ Government Contract Quality Assurance surveillance plans, utilizing risk management, identifying contract surveillance processes aligned with federal acquisition regulations.
Accept products/technical services, and authorize delivery, on behalf of the Government predicated on confidence in their conformance to contract technical and quality requirements.
Review and sign/stamp applicable contracting documents in compliance with contract.
Performed 20+ post-awards conference in conjunction with other functional specialists.
Issue verbal and written Corrective Action Requests (CARs), approved Corrective Action Plans, Validated and Verified Corrective Action Plans (CAPs) to ensure full resolution of the noncompliance.
Independently apply a wide range of methods, principles, and practices directly related to the quality control/quality assurance fields such as statistical analysis, control and sampling, and quality data analysis and evaluation to determine contractor compliance.
Endorsed the authorization of 20+ Critical Safety Items and 30+ First Article Test contracts
Accomplished 40+ manufacturing process audits on: heat treat, non-destructive testing (NDT-radiography, liquid penetrant, magnetic particle, ultrasound) functional testing, passivate, anodize, phosphate coating, paint/prime, plating, machining, assembly and castings/forgings
Effectively led, planned and executed 10+ quality system audits to assess and validate the integrity of various suppliers' quality management systems (i.e. ISO 9001 & AS9100)
Drafted 20+ letters of delegations to provide oversight administered at nationwide contractor locations.
Issued 10+ corrective action requests, assessed responses and follow-up actions from suppliers.
Active DOD Secret Security Clearance: Last updated Mar. 2017
March ARB (USAFR)May 2016 to CurrentNCO-In Charge (NCOIC), Maintenance Operations Center (MSgt) Moreno Valley, CA 92518
Plan, direct and oversee the activities of 10+ Aircraft Controller Personnel. Serve as the Aircraft Maintenance Division primary focal point
for the management of Repairable Assets Program; control and maintain
the status of all in-shop work; develop portions of the daily
maintenance plan and track the progress of in-shop work accomplishment:
and also serve as the primary point of contact for the Aircraft
Maintenance Division for supply transactions.
In coordination with shop chiefs provide input for the scheduling of
in-shop priorities, and commodity time change technical orders (TCTOs).
Participate in the aircraft maintenance complex daily planning cycle.
Evaluate, analyze, and review repair requirements and bench stock spare
parts consumption in conjunction with the appropriate work center
supervisors to determine levels of line replaceable units (LRU's), shop
replaceable units (SRU's), pieces and/or parts to be stocked for use in
the maintenance of aircraft, aircraft systems and engines, avionics
equipment, armament systems, powered support equipment, etc. Coordinate
with work center supervisors and the repair cycle support unit to choose
LRU's and SRU's to be authorized in forward supply points.
Implement preliminary (advance) maintenance plans for assigned weapon
systems and schedule immediate maintenance for transient aircraft.
Overview/update databases depicting status of maintenance actions in
progress, specialist availability and status of aerospace vehicles,
aerospace ground equipment (AGE), training equipment, transportation and
tow-vehicles, munitions loads, arming of guns and munitions, location of aircraft and dispatched AGE. Maintain a visual log of
daily flying schedule, noting deviations and cancellations.
Coordinate with Materiel Control on mission capable (MICAP) and
non-mission capable status (NMCS) of parts, adjustments to in-shop work
priorities, and verification of urgency of need designators. Determine
the source of supply for cannibalization actions.
Track, schedule, follow-up training requirements for 10+ personnel.
March ARB (USAFR) May 2015 to May 2016452nd Maintenance Squadron Deployment Manager 423 Graeber st. March ARB, CA 92518
Plan, organize, and oversee all unit level deployment activities.
Coordinated 52+ personnel, 100+ pieces of equipment movement from March ARB to Incirlik Air Base.
analysis activities. Establish metric and system analysis for unit and
higher level management to asses the efficiency, effectiveness, and
compliance with regulatory procedures.
Provide technical guidance and recommendation to senior leadership regarding unit deployment program.
Advised senior leadership on the direction,
management, and operation of unit deployment
Ensured unit readiness by tracking over 150+ personnel deployment training.
Maintained, tracked, and updated 150+ unit deployment folders to ensure compliance to organizational directives.
Department of The Air ForceSeptember 2012 to May 2016Aircraft Pneudraulic Mechanic (WG-8268-10) 423 Graeber st. March ARB, CA 92518
Inspection, troubleshoot, test, repair, remove and replace fuel cell related components on KC- 135R/C-17A aircraft.
Lead a 10 person team to Andrews AFB, to fill manning shortages at 459th Fuel Shop. Coordinated 10+ in-tank maintenance tasks and repaired 20+ aircraft fuel system discrepancies.
Removed/Replaced 20+ fuel quantity probes on C-17A aircraft.
Removed/Replaced 30+ fuel bladder cell on KC-135R.
Maintenance Recovery Team Lead to multiple locations, to recover KC-135R aircrafts.
Removed/Replaced 40+ fuel valves on KC-135R.
Removed/Replaced 15+ A/R pumps on KC-135R.
Conducted periodic inspections, and on the spot inspections of maintenance practices on 15 personnel.
Maintained, tracked, and replenished over 90+ NSN's on hand shop stock.
Shop safety officer, conducted monthly safety briefings and annual confined space training of 100+ personnel.
Apply quality assurance principles, concepts, and methodology when analyzing products of a contractor on a KC-135R/C-17A aircraft.
Inspect and operationally check aircraft fuel systems integral tanks, bladder cells, external tanks and associated components.
Identify inadequacies in fuel system components and implement corrective actions.
Performed inspection of fuel system maintenance/components for airworthiness.
Read, interpret, and apply KC-135R/C-17A aircraft technical data, such as, blueprints, engineering drawings, product specifications, and technical manuals.
Review and evaluate supply systems operations and procedures for associated KC-135R/C-17A aircraft parts through periodic audits and surveillance inspections.
Complete aircraft documentation in applicable maintenance software data, related electronic programs and hard copy documents.
Use computer systems to analyze support equipment maintenance requirements.
Confined space and emergency rescue member.
Adhere to all OSHA/AFOSH requirements to include HAZ-MAT disposal, as well as, bio-environmental requirements, such as respirator protection, hearing protection, and repetitive motion injury prevention training.
Conduct scheduled periodic quality assurance inspections on all fuel operated system components.
Make visual quality assurance inspections on all fuel related components and systems operation in accordance with technical manual specifications.
Supervise/train lower ranking individuals and monitor work performance.
Use and maintain computer systems to include Microsoft word, Excel, and Power point.
Quality assurance inspections of historical aircraft records for maintenance trends/deficiencies.
Union Pacific Rail RoadJanuary 2012 to September 2012Mchanical Service Operator 4341 E Washington Blvd. Commerce, CA 90040
Ensure safe, on-time/on-plan train operation and movement in compliance with company and federal rules and instructions.
Responsible for train operation and movement.
Operate locomotive equipment including the use of a remote control device.
Perform hostler operations of operating locomotives between various shop locations, service tracks and
Following rail safety precautions.
Reading and comprehending regulations and instructions.
Analyzing and troubleshooting problems to identify solutions or alternatives.
Monitoring the situation, environment, and gauges to gather information and take appropriate action.
Little Rock Air Force BaseJanuary 2007 to September 2011Fuel Systems Journeyman (SrA) 940 Arnold Dr. Jacksonville,, AR 72099
Advise on aircraft fuel systems removal, repair, and installation maintenance procedures and policies.
Diagnose fuel systems and component malfunctions.
Set-up first C-130 Air Force detachment in Kandahar AB.
Recommend corrective actions and resolve problems using technical publications and analytic techniques.
Removed/Replaced 50+ fuel boost pumps on C-130 E/H/J models.
Monitored, maintain, and serviced over 500 hand held tools, and associated testing equipment.
Performed emergency maintenance on 2 C-130 in Kandahar AB.
Perform maintenance on aircraft fuel tanks and cells.
Perform entry and maintenance in confined spaces, and apply sealants, adhesives, and associated
Initiate deficiency reports, maintenance analysis documents, technical data changes, and equipment
Clean fuel cells and tanks, and inspect for foreign objects, corrosion, cell deterioration, and fungus.
Record information on data collection forms and automated systems.
Community College of The Air Force2011Associate of Applied Science: Aviation Maintenance Technology