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SHOP SUPERVISORY RELIEF
Summary

Numerous years of aviation electronics technician training and maintenance experience on Naval aircraft and their electronic subassemblies. Experienced leader with strong technical and management skills with proven performance in a dynamic, fast paced, and challenging environment of Naval aviation. Self-motivated; displays a high degree of initiative and maximizes limited resources to create excellent results.

Education
Bachelor of Science : Information Technology with a concentration in Information Security Systems, 2016University of PhoenixCity, State

Credits earned: 105

I am currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in the field of Information Technology with a concentration in Information Security Systems. I have five classes remaining and scheduled to complete my degree plan December 2016.

Professional Work Experience
Shop Supervisory Relief
October 2015 to Current
Company NameCity, State I have been the acting supervisor and responsible for the daily operations of the In Service Repair (ISR) division. As shop supervisory relief, I chair daily stand-up meetings to distribute pertinent information related to Artisans and aircraft while addressing any deficiencies or issues affecting the shop or Artisans. I plan workload assignments and give direction to the work leaders, delegate special assignments, attend program status meetings, schedule training, procure materials, parts, and acquire equipment. I ensure each Artisan is trained with the proper documentation, testing and selling of these modifications and how to address any deficiencies whether technical or nontechnical that may arise. I also assist in cross training Artisans from other platforms or divisions to ensure they are capable of performing to the standards FRCSW has determined. I meet and brief daily, the IPT, DIPT, competency and production managers about expenditures in oneNDMS, Time and Attendance (TAA) application and the prevention of abuse. For example, I draw information from BOE (Business Objects Enterprise) and TAA daily to input on a spreadsheet to track the use of indirect/direct hours ran by both contractors and federal employees. I keep second level supervisors and competency supervisors informed of all issues that arise and work closely with Human Resources (HR) to ensure that the needs of the Artisans are attended to and to handle any disciplinary actions that must be taken. I work to keep overtime ratios under 20 percent, and total hours on the aircraft well under the work load standard by using a combination of TAA and BOE. I am often called upon to give status briefs to DIPT's and DPT's and senior military personnel during weekly meetings. I brief the DIPT, the PC, E&E and P&E Department Heads every day on current aircraft status, issues that may arise or items that need ordering or procuring. I use the communication and mediation skills that I developed daily to facilitate a smooth flow of information both up and down the chain of command for all process. For example, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) questions directed to command officers and the dispersion of information concerning program changes and inclusions to the Artisans on the floor. I currently provide required annual training both orally and using Microsoft PowerPoint presentations to the Artisans during stand up meetings and training. I present training in areas such as FRCSW product safety policy, FRCSW human factors, diversity, tool control, fall protection, stamp certification program, foreign object debris, personal protective equipment, and Information Awareness. I utilize OneNDMS, QA Workbench (QAWB) application to submit updates for Individual Qualification Recording System (IQRS). I utilize Hazardous Material Management System (HMMS) to electronically record hazardous materials as they are received, issued, and used throughout the F/A-18 program, and access to Safety Data Sheets (SDS).
Aircraft Electrician/Artisan Inspector
May 2015 to Current
Company NameCity, State
My duties include the assurance of correct process and procedures are in compliance for Depot level repair, modification and installation of the maintenance and refurbishment of Aircraft. This includes aircraft and systems for aircraft readiness for deployment to the Pacific Fleet. I review and process work documentation, drawing/prints, specifications, Request for Engineering Information (REI)/Temporary Engineering Instruction (TEI), Local Engineering Specifications (LES)/Local Process Specifications (LPS), equipment and Tool Control Procedures. I have 18 years of Intermediate, Organizational, and Depot Level knowledge and experience combined that allows me to review, inspect and troubleshoot discrepancies to ensure fleet readiness, operational capability, and safety of personnel and material. I have extensive knowledge of the FRCSW 4855, NAVAIR 15-01-500,COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2B (NAMP), Maintenance Manuals, Maintenance Requirements Cards (MRC), and multiple maintenance specifications which allow me to advise management on the effectiveness and efficiency of programs in support of the Commands mission. I have Depot Level experience in performing inspection and self-evaluation audits, and have assisted in Aviation Maintenance Inspection (AMI) prep to ensure shop personnel comply with proper guidelines, policies processes and procedures. I review and ensure correct command processes and procedures are being adhered to in accordance with the COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2B and FRCSWINST 4855.1 and all aircraft technical directives, command guidelines, policies and procedures. I have assisted in the development, interpretation, and analyze policies, instructions, and regulatory requirements prior to implementation. I have evaluated impact on current FRCSW support operations. I ensure compliance with COMNAVAIRFORINST4790.2B, FRCSW4855.1C, NAVAIR 01-1A-35, ISO/AS9100, and NAVAIR Manuals.   I am responsible for inspecting work within my trade that must be inspected by Quality Assurance. I am the “second set of eyes” for the Quality Department and the Commanding Officer. In this capability I am directly responsible to the Quality Assurance department and ultimately the Commanding Officer. I follow all policy, procedure and instructions set forth by the NAMP and local command procedures. My role as an Artisan Inspector allows for a more frequent Universal Call Board (UCB) turnaround time which will allows the Artisan to continue working instead of delaying production waiting for a QA representative.
Due to my experience with the F/A-18 aircraft "Depot Level". I am certified to inspect all electrical and avionics systems for the F/A-18 aircraft "Depot Level" program. I am tasked with inspection of avionics and electrical systems for cleanliness, security and improper maintenance procedures by the squadron or depot level Artisans. For example, the testing and security of the interior lighting, exterior lighting systems, electronic flight control systems and the radar systems. I use the FRCSWINST4855.1B, Quality Program manual as a guideline for all "Depot Level" maintenance procedures that I participate in and when inspecting work documentation for proper sequences and stamping. The FRCSWINST 4855.1B provides me with the guidelines on Discrepancy Work Order (DWO) processes and quality processes. I am assigned to the In Service Repair shop (ISR) as an Aircraft Electrician/Artisan Inspector. I have ample "Depot Level" experience in the disassembly, assembly, modification, and final assembly of the PMI I and PMI II program, the High Flight Hours(HFH) program, and the In Service Repair (ISR) programs. In detail, I am qualified to perform and document in accordance with AS9100/9110 specifications, the following avionics and electrical system checks to include APG 65 and APG 73 radar, Joint Helmet Cueing System (JHMCS), Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN), Identification: Friend or Foe (IFF) , ARC 184 and ARC 210 Radio, Digital-Coded Squelch (DCS) Radio system, Multifunction Information Display System (MIDS), Digital Display Indicators (DDI), Inertial Navigation System (INS), Crash Survivable Flight Incident Recorder (CSFIRS), Global PositioningSystem (GPS), Intercommunications system, Interior and Exterior Lighting systems, A/C and D/C power systems, Mission Computers, Landing Gear, Environmental Control System (ECS) Fuel Quantity, and the Flight Control System (FCS). I cross-train both Federal and Contractor Artisans in the installation of multiple aircraft modifications to include but not limited to the installation and testing of AFC's 175, 268, 268 rev. A, 269, 270, 327, 363, 400, 444, 446, 451, 471, and 475. I have been trained in both methods of mapping the canopy for AFC's 400 and 444. I am capable of loading F/A-18 software with the Memory Loader Verifier Set (MLVS).   I am efficient in all areas of technical publications including but not limited to WRM's and SRM's and able to interpret data from a variety of sources such as blueprints, detailed engineering specifications, Request for Engineering Information (REI)/Temporary Engineering Instruction (TEI) and Technical Directives (TD's). For example, ensuring that TD's are incorporated only on applicable models and verifying that proper schematics and engineering specs are used for incorporating aircraft modifications.
While communicating with my immediate supervisors I am proficient in the use of Microsoft Office programs such as Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word as a form of communication with my supervisor and management to identify priorities, give direction, and provide an up-to-date status that is related to the aircraft in order to meet all deadlines. I use Time and Attendance (TAA) to transact labor and Business Objects Environment (BOE) for Repair ID and Disposition Documents. I use IETM's for maintenance procedures and maintain access for CMPRO. I am familiar with MTO and QAWB and their uses in generation of DWO's. I also use CMPRO to acquire technical drawings and REI's while ensuring that all work is documented in the respective aircraft logbooks.
I utilize OneNDMS systems on a daily basis to research work orders and place items on the Universal Call Board for E&E or QA to act on. Examples of these are the daily use to order necessary parts and to contact the appropriate inspector for compartment sale or closure. I use all hand tools and trade specific tools such as soldering irons and ohm meters. I follow the Tool Control Program standards in accordance with the COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2B for the areas of naval tool control and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) standards and employ them on a daily basis. The proper daily inspection of a fall protection harness would be an example of (PPE) process and the logging and checking out of the harness is an example of proper use of the tool control processes. I use hazardous material daily referring to the SDS for the proper (PPE) and disposal. I excel at supporting other trades through constant communication to asses needs and accomplish set goals through teamwork and quality maintenance. I communicate and interact on a daily basis in writing and sometimes verbally with E&E (Examination and Evaluation), QA (Quality Assurance), Engineering and P&E (Planning and Estimation). I work with the engineering department to ensure the latest technical data for current modifications is available and to address any deficiency to include kitting and improper specification for type model aircraft. 
Logistics Development Specialist
April 2013 to May 2015
Company NameCity, State I implemented and executed the development of Maintenance Task Analysis (i.e. O & I level remove and replace procedures) and Fault Isolation for the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS). I coordinated, planned and administrated the integrated logistics strategies, processes, and tools. I ensured that customer support requirements and objectives were achieved within budget and on schedule. I also ensured there was continuous improvement of standard logistics processes such as the iterative process of supportability analysis to influence system design and development in the areas of maintenance, troubleshooting, personnel, training, technical manuals, facilities, support equipment, operation, and disposal/recycling. I developed logistics analysis products, provisioning data, and obsolescence screening. Identified logistic issues and participated in developing solutions to a variety of complex logistics problems to optimize cost and system performance requirements. I supported logistics planning and database development processes, product support, and replenishment systems. I provided data analysis and review for monitoring and reporting status of logistics analysis performance. I administered reporting analysis for incorporating engineering change into Logistics analysis and products. I have knowledge and experience working with Windchill, SAP, SLICwave programs for Logistics Management Information (LMI).
Leading Petty Officer for Troubleshooters at Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA-22)
October 2008 to September 2012
Company NameCity, State I supervised and lead 10 Subject Matter Experts (SME) and maintenance professionals in the completion of avionics discrepancies. I was certified as a Quality Assurance Representative (QAR)/Collateral Duty Inspector (CDI) for the F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet aircraft. I planned the divisional workload among maintenance professionals. I determined materials and equipment needed to complete daily assigned tasks. I planned, assigned, directed work, and trained subordinates. I evaluated and verified employee performance through the review of completed work assignments and work techniques. I read and interpreted maintenance manuals, service bulletins, and other specifications to determine the feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components. I inspected completed work to certify that maintenance meets standards and that aircraft are ready for operation. I maintained repair logs, documented all preventive and corrective aircraft maintenance. I conducted routine and special inspections as required by regulations. I examined and inspected aircraft components, including landing gear, hydraulic systems, and deicers to locate cracks, breaks, leaks, or other problems. I inspected airframes for wear or other defects. I maintained, repaired, and rebuilt aircraft structures, functional components, and parts such as wings and fuselage, rigging, hydraulic units, oxygen systems, fuel systems, electrical systems, gaskets, and seals. I also measured parts for wear, using precision instruments and replaced or repaired worn, defective, or damaged components, using hand tools, gages, and testing equipment.   I am proficient with Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) Organizational Maintenance Activity (OMA) to provide an effective Management Information Systems (MIS) capability to satisfy various functional requirements of the COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2B (NAMP). I also used NALCOMIS OMA to provide Navy Organizational level "O-level" and Intermediate level "I-level" activities with timely and accurate information for day-to-day management of assigned aircraft and equipment. I have a strong knowledge of NALCOMIS OMA that allows me to manage maintenance and the supply processes by allowing systems users to enter, collect, process, store, review, report and interface data required.   As the Leading Petty Officer for Troubleshooters, I was personally responsible for the timely corrective action of over 200 complex avionic discrepancies. My experience, skills, and leadership was instrumental in the expeditious restoration of vital mission assets, enabling Fighter Squadron VFA-22 aircrew to safely complete 125 combat sorties and 1,075 flight hours flown while aboard the USS Carl Vinson in direct support of Operation Enduring Freedom.   I also cross-trained with the Information Technology, Security Specialists and Communications Supervisor while aboard the USS Carl Vinson. I have knowledge and experience providing excellent message, Legacy, Defense Message System, and troubleshooting services for 18 ships and commands within the fleet. I have knowledge and experience managing administrative duties for 32 personnel, including tracking advancement results, processing correspondence, and personnel accountability. I familiarized myself with UNIX to troubleshoot certain equipment so message traffic could be delivered. I have knowledge and experience utilizing Windows NT and DOS-based software for the Automated Digital Network and Defense Message System. I have knowledge and experience prioritizing and utilizing available assets to quickly resolve circuit outages on numerous occasions.
Instructor, Master Training and Development Specialist
December 2005 to October 2008
Company NameCity, State I obtained the MTS qualification as a certified Master Training Specialist. I monitored, evaluated, or recorded training activities or program effectiveness. I provided training programs to help workers maintain or improve job skills. I assessed training needs through surveys, interviews with employees, focus groups, or consultation with managers, instructors, or customer representatives. I developed alternative training methods if expected improvements were not seen. I organized and developed, or obtained, training procedure manuals and guides and course materials such as handouts and visual materials. I provided information using a variety of instructional techniques or formats, such as role playing, simulations, team exercises, group discussions, videos, or lectures. I evaluated training materials prepared by instructors, such as outlines, text, or handouts. I designed planned, organized and directed orientation and training for employees or customers of industrial or commercial establishment. I monitored training costs to ensure budget is not exceeded, and prepare budget reports to justify expenditures. I also selected and assigned instructors to conduct required command training.   I increased the training readiness by expeditiously processing 224 program test cards for repair and salvaging over 300 circuit cards that were slated for the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO), saving the Navy $72,460 from training asset losses. I developed a detailed database of more than 450 computer and test equipment stations worth $4.4 million to better track the removal and replacement of broken equipment, reducing downtime, which increased the overall capabilities of the schoolhouse.
Aviation Electronics Repair Technician at Patrol Squadron One (VP-1)
September 2001 to December 2005
Company NameCity, State I used Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) that provides a modern, real time, responsive, computer based management information system. I used NALCOMIS to increase aircraft readiness by providing local maintenance and supply managers with timely and accurate information required in their day-to-day management and decision making process, reduce the administrative burden on the fleet, and improve the quality of up line reported data.   I tested and troubleshot instruments, components, and assemblies, using circuit testers, oscilloscopes, or voltmeters. I set up and operated ground support and test equipment to perform functional flight tests of electrical and electronic systems. I coordinated work with that of engineers, technicians, and other aircraft maintenancepersonnel. I installed electrical and electronic components, assemblies, and systems in aircraft, using hand tools, power tools, or soldering irons. I adjusted, repaired, or replaced malfunctioning components or assemblies, using hand tools or soldering irons. I connected components to assemblies such as radio systems, instruments, magnetos, inverters, and in-flight refueling systems, using hand tools and soldering irons. I assembled components such as switches, electrical controls, and junction boxes, using hand tools or soldering irons.   I maintained and repaired electronic communications systems and inflight navigation and detection systems on aircraft. Duty assignments are designated as either Organizational level "O-Level" (troubleshooting and replacing module systems on aircraft) or Intermediate Level "I-Level" (disassembling, repairing, and bench-testing modules). I also bench test components and maintain radar systems, radar and tactical displays, Identification Friend or Foe/Selective Identification Feature (IFF/SIF) equipment, radar altimeters, Doppler navigation equipment, radio navigation equipment, analog computing devices, communications systems, Combat Integration Capability (CIC) and electronic countermeasures equipment, laser and fiber-optic equipment, infrared devices, recorder systems, and aircraft digital data systems. I followed standard checkout procedures to locate malfunctions, read schematics and block diagrams, use basic and RF electronic test equipment and specialized system test equipment, complete maintenance forms, inventory parts and supplies, maintain technical library, and perform avionics corrosion control.
Aviation Electronics Repair Technician
September 1998 to September 2001
Company NameCity, State I used Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) that provides a modern, real time, responsive, computer based management information system. I used NALCOMIS to increase aircraft readiness by providing local maintenance and supply managers with timely and accurate information required in their day-to-day management and decision making process, reduce the administrative burden on the fleet, and improve the quality of up line reported data.   I tested and troubleshot instruments, components, and assemblies, using circuit testers, oscilloscopes, or voltmeters. I set up and operated ground support and test equipment to perform functional flight tests of electrical and electronic systems. I coordinated work with that of engineers, technicians, and other aircraft maintenance personnel. I installed electrical and electronic components, assemblies, and systems in aircraft, using hand tools, power tools, or soldering irons. I adjusted, repaired, or replaced malfunctioning components or assemblies, using hand tools or soldering irons. I connected components to assemblies such as radio systems, instruments, magnetos, inverters, and in-flight refueling systems, using hand tools and soldering irons. I assembled components such as switches, electrical controls, and junction boxes, using hand tools or soldering irons.   I maintained and repaired electronic communications systems and inflight navigation and detection systems on aircraft. Duty assignments are designated as either Organizational level "O-Level" (troubleshooting and replacing module systems on aircraft) or Intermediate Level "I-Level" (disassembling, repairing, and bench-testing modules). I also bench test components and maintain radar systems, radar and tactical displays, Identification Friend or Foe/Selective Identification Feature (IFF/SIF) equipment, radar altimeters, Doppler navigation equipment, radio navigation equipment, analog computing devices, communications systems, Combat Integration Capability (CIC) and electronic countermeasures equipment, laser and fiber-optic equipment, infrared devices, recorder systems, and aircraft digital data systems. I followed standard checkout procedures to locate malfunctions, read schematics and block diagrams, use basic and RF electronic test equipment and specialized system test equipment, complete maintenance forms, inventory parts and supplies, maintain technical library, and perform avionics corrosion control.
Job Related Training
As a Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt professional (From: January 2016 To: Current).
I have had Airspeed training concurrent with my position, and utilize the training daily to better streamline the assembly process of my aircraft. I employ the Airspeed training when staging parts for assembly or disassembly and in the collection of necessary consumables and/or Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) for each job at the beginning of each task.
I am currently up to date on all NAVAIR Safety and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policies concerning the workplace and utilize the training each day in dealing with Artisans and management. An example is when an Artisan informed me that a fall protection device that has been reported several times before still would not lock to prevent falls. I contacted my supervisor and the floor safety representative and they determined to tag them as inoperable and contact the safety office to get the SRL removed and replaced as soon as possible.
I am currently a member of the African-American Pipeline Advisory Team (APAT). As a member of APAT, we meet monthly to discuss Equal Employment Opportunity topics as well as several other professional growth topics. As a member of APAT, I am responsible as a voice to and for the workforce. I work to establish an informal two way communication between management and the body of employees and also the employees to management. I am a pathway for the employees to express their views. I advise and assist in increasing awareness among all managers, supervisors and employees the purpose of EEO policies and programs, and in distributing information to employees concerning the commands EEO policies. I work to promote awareness of EEO and cultural diversity in the workforce and FRCSW community.  
In the execution of my duties, I worked with appropriate agencies to include supervisors, Integrated Product Team (IPT) management, Competency, and Human Resource Departments in supporting and enforcing the Command EEO policies and regulations. I continually ensure that subordinates maintain the knowledge and support of these policies and procedures through continual management and observation of personnel. I continually ensure that all decisions are based on equality, and Command EEO policies and regulations in discrimination, sexual harassment, diversity, and equal opportunity employment. I adhere to the Navy's Equal Employment Opportunity program policies and procedures treating everyone fairly and equally, train personnel and hold all accountable the same.
Certifications and Licenses
  • Artisan Inspector for FRCSW F/A-18 Program.
  • Quality Assurance Inspector for F/A-18 E/F aircraft.
  • F/A-18 E/F Conventional Weapons Release System Test. Navy Course: E-646-0019 (32 Hours).
  • F/A-18 E/F Avionics System (Career) Organizational Maintenance. Navy Course: C-102-9978 (296 Hours).
  • F/A-18 E/F Avionics System (Initial) Organizational Maintenance and Wire Bundle Connector Repair. Navy Course: E-646-0019 (720 Hours).
  • Master Training and Development Specialist Certification.
  • Instructional Delivery Continuum (IDC) Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT). Navy Course: A-012-0077 (96 Hours).
  • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification.
  • Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification.
  • Occupational Safety and Health-Safety Representative.
  • IETM's Certificate of Completion.
  • Emotional Intelligence Certificate.
  • Fire Warden Certificate.
  • Electronics Tester Journeyman License (6,000 Hours).
  • Electronics Mechanic Journeyman License (8,000 Hours).
  • Electronics Mechanic Journeyman License-Any Industry (8,000 Hours).
  • Work Center Supervisor Leadership. Navy Course: A-500-0102.
References
Name: Mathis Jenkins

Employer: U.S. Navy

Title: Ordnance Officer

Phone: 903-504-0113

Email: mathis.jenkins@navy.mil

Name: Reynaldo Castro

Employer: General Atomics

Title: Logistics Development Specialist

Phone:  805-612-2548

Email:  reynaldo.castro@ga.com

Name: Daniel Graham

Employer: U.S. Navy

Title: Chief Petty Officer

Phone: 850-549-7543

Email:  daniel.graham@navy.mil

Name:  Derrick Barganier 

Employer: U.S. Navy

Title: Chief Warrant Officer

Phone:  251-599-9612

Email:  dramel77@gmail.com

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • University of Phoenix

Job Titles Held:

  • Shop Supervisory Relief
  • Aircraft Electrician/Artisan Inspector
  • Logistics Development Specialist
  • Leading Petty Officer for Troubleshooters at Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA-22)
  • Instructor, Master Training and Development Specialist
  • Aviation Electronics Repair Technician at Patrol Squadron One (VP-1)
  • Aviation Electronics Repair Technician

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science : Information Technology with a concentration in Information Security Systems , 2016

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