I am a military professional with experience supervising in aircraft maintenance and technical inspection activities. My goal is to transition from the military into a Quality Assurance Inspector position.
Excel in aircraft maintenance
Main rotor hub rebuild
Tail rotor gearbox
All records for phase maintenance
Oil analysis program
Special tools and ground support equipment
Plan and initiate leadership evaluations, climate surveys, safety surveys, risk management evaluations, manage 360 review process, and leader (manager) development / mentorship
01/2008 to Current
Responsible for the overall supervision of all training, pay, personnel, and administrative activities of full-time personnel ensuring the welfare of employees.
Established procedures followed in the resolution of all personnel related matters and supervised those procedures until eventual resolution.
Experienced with developmental counseling, progressive discipline, performance management, discharge actions, succession planning, retention, recruiting, on-boarding, benefits briefings, medical counseling or medical waivers processing, incapacitation pay (workers 'compensation), convalescent leave, behavioral health referral counseling, substance abuse monitoring program, sexual harassment training, equal opportunity, diversity, fitness training, and resiliency training.
Plan and initiate leadership evaluations, climate surveys, safety surveys, risk management evaluations, manage 360 review process, and leader (manager) development / mentorship.
Working knowledge of Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS), many of these systems are closely related to civilian HRIS systems.
Ensure that all communication and detailed information to operate the aviation battalion to success by monitoring production indicators, statistics and supervise administrative functions.
Analyze regulatory guidance, make decisions, or prepare staff recommendations.
Prepare mission briefings, meet training requirements, and build operation orders for a battalion size element.
Responsible for entering soldiers into school systems and follow their progress through the training pipeline.
Responsible as the training/operations officer to ensure all individual training requirements are coordinated to ensure metrics are 100% of available strength.
Security Clearance: Secret.
At Times Managed HR and Operations for approximately 200 personnel.
01/2005 to 01/2008
Supervise aircraft maintenance and technical inspection activities.
Supervises and provides technical guidance to subordinate personnel performing aircraft and subsystem maintenance and evaluates the technical training program.
Performed maintenance trend analysis and applied production control, quality control and other maintenance management principles and procedures to airplane maintenance operations.
Conducted and supervises aircraft technical inspections.
Computes basic weight and balance records, participated in maintenance test flights.
Ensures compliance with aircraft configuration control, Army oil analysis program, and test measuring diagnostic calibration.
01/2001 to 01/2005
HELICOPTER REPAIRER SUPERVISOR FULL TIME TECHNICIAN
Aviation specialist recruited to provide technical guidance, and administer plans and policies in a government unionized environment.
Assists in the removal and installation of such subsystem assemblies as engines, transmissions, gear boxes, rotor hubs and rotor blades; prepares helicopter for extensive inspections and maintenance.
Performs operational checks on special tools and ground support equipment also uses maintenance forms and records.
02/2000 to 02/2008
Performs operational checks and scheduled inspections.
Diagnoses and troubleshoots malfunctions in aircraft subsystems.
Served as attack helicopter crew chief, provides technical guidance to subordinates, maintains ground support equipment and prepares maintenance forms and records
Formal Military Education and Training
Readiness Course (Human Resources), UH-60 Helicopter Repairer 29-July-1991 to 06-Nov-1991, Primary Leadership Development (NCOES Academy), Basic Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) Phase 1, Phase 2 Uh-60 Helicopter Repairer Supervisor Basic Noncommissioned Officer, AH-64 Attack Helicopter Repairer 19-Mar-2007 - 19-Apr-2007, HIPAA Certified (Medical Privacy), Commanders Safety Course (Safety), Unit Prevention Leader (Alcohol and Drug Awareness and Testing), Trade School (Connecticut School of Electronics 2004-2006 HVAC / 2000-2001 Automotive Technology).
Associate of Science: UH-60 Black HawkFort Eusitis － City, StateUH-60 Helicopter Repairer 29-July-1991 to 06-Nov-1991
Associate of Science: HVACConnecticut School of Electronics － City, StateHVAC 2004-2006 GPA 2.58
Automotive TechnologyConnecticut School of Electronics － City, StateAutomotive Technology 200-2001 GPA 3.98
Awards & Distinctions
Army Commendation Medal (5) * Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Campaign Star * Global War on Terrorism Service Medal 2003 * Iraq Campaign Medal 2003 * Connecticut National Guard Emergency Service Ribbon (2)
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