Highly skilled Aircraft Maintenance Technician with expertise in general maintenance and repair of Aircraft systems including: electrical, hydraulic, fuel and general aircraft systems and furnishings. Recognized as Air Wisconsin's Mechanic of The Year: Philadelphia base.
Strong mechanical skills
Basic computer skills
Understanding of System Schematic and Wire Manuals
Run/Taxi & Tow qualified (CRJ 200)
Proficient in PMI and SABRE systems
RII Inspector / A&P Mechanic, 07/2008 to Current Air Wisconsin Airlines Corp – Philadelphia
Prepared and administered preventative maintenance work orders as upgraded Crew Chief and Quality Control Inspector per FAR part 121 CAMP.
Collaborated with Crew Chiefs and Managers to ensure smooth work flow during hanger and line maintenance.
Ensured proper equipment installations through accurate reading of Manufacture and Company manuals.
Complied with scheduled aircraft checks: ISC, Service checks, Routine check and A-check.
Complied with unscheduled aircraft checks: Bird strike, Lightning strike, High Wind Inspection.
Volunteered for over 100 Road Trips, returned broke aircraft to service.
Performed numerous RII inspections.
Maintained work environment in a neat and orderly condition.
Store Manager, 10/1999 to 11/2008 Sun Apparel – Philadelphia
Maintained positive relationships with all customers.
Responsible for making weekly schedule and payrolls.
Accurately calculated and performed daily deposits.
Performed routine inventory and maintained all records.
Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic: GPA: 3.76 , 2006 Aviation Institute of Maintenance - Philadelphia
High School Diploma: 2001 Delaware Valley High School - Philadelphia
Certified A&P Mechanic.
Interviewed, hired, trained and evaluated team of 20 store employees: Sun Apparel.
Perfect Attendance: Aviation Institute of Maintenance.
Mechanic of the Year 2016: Air Wisconsin Airline Corp.