I am an excellent employee with over 29 years of Aviation experience to offer. My most recent experience is as a Supplies Clerk ll with the City of Phoenix Aviation Facilities section at Sky Harbor International Airport. In this position as a lead Supplies Clerk II, I oversee the daily operations of the 3 Supplies Clerk l employees that work on swing shift; I also work out of class for the Supplies Clerk III when needed. In addition to my Aviation Supplies Clerk 1 & 2 experience I have 13 years of aircraft refueling & quality control, aircraft towing, operation of aircraft ground and firefighting equipment and customer service experience. I also have over three years as an Aircraft Repairman with crew chief status in United States Army. I consider myself a learnable employee with the tools, experience and characteristics needed to take any job to the next level. Fueled aircraft from Boeing 747 to ultralight aircraft. Perform fuel quality control (Jet A and High Octane Avgas). Emergency Aircraft Towing Procedures. Operation of all support equipment needed for aircraft ground operations. Trained in firefighting equipment and its application. Objective A Baggage handler / Ramp Operator position which require an individual with a solid background in airfield regulations, safe operation of aircraft ground support systems, airfield regulations, aircraft towing procedures, aircraft fueling / fuel quality control and a overall commitment to safety and customer service.
Supplies Clerk II, 12/1985 to 07/2014 City of Phoenix – Phoenix, AZ
Supervision of three Supply Clerk I employees.
Ordering and Distribution of Equipment and materials.
Perform customer service for various departments including but not limited to Parks, Water, Police, Fire, Purchasing, Accounts payable, and Facilities and Services.
Use of a personal computer and the Banyon network.
More detailed overview and interaction of the city's inventory system.
I am currently in possession of an Sky Harbor S.I.D.A all access security badge.
Working out of class for the Supplies Clerk III when needed (approximately 110 hours) Knowledge of the city's purchase procedures include: contract order releases, departmental purchase orders, payment control documents, purchase requisitions and petty cash Initiated the startup, set up, inventory and distribution of items needed for distribution to City of Phoenix Parks employees, Caesar Chavez Maintenance Yard Supply Warehouse.
Trained on operation of various aircrafts, including B-737 800 and B-737 400.
Drove a 10-passenger shuttle bus to and from the terminal.
Supplies Clerk I, 01/1998 to 01/2006 Phoenix, AZ
Ordering and distribution of equipment and materials.
Perform customer service for various departments including but not limited to parks, purchasing, accounts payable, and facilities and services.
Use of a personal computer and the Banyon network with the following software: Windows 95, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, WordPerfect, Lotus Organizer, C.C.
Mail and the city's systems application products (S.A.P) inventory system.
Assigned to the following contracts for payment, audit and review: Eco Air; AirKontrol; Webb Distributors; Lumberjack.
Airport Line Specialist I, 01/1985 to 01/1998 Phoenix, AZ
Customer Service to Pilots and Passengers.
Guide and direct aircraft arriving/departing from/to their appropriate slots, perform tie down/chocking aircraft procedure, assist with offloading of passengers and/or cargo and meeting the needs of the flight crew.
Escorted non-badge individuals on the airfield.
Performed daily fuel quality control on fuel trucks as well as hydrant carts assuring a pure/clean petroleum product being dispensed.
Performed dispatcher duties when called upon to do so.
Performed and accepted fuel deliveries into appropriate tanks beginning with quality control checks of product and ending with correct fuel levels.
Fueling and de-fueling (if needed) of all commercial and general aviation aircraft, knowledgeable in fuel distribution to each specific aircraft.
Responded to various alerts on airside.
Assistance in the towing of various aircraft when needed, emergency or non-emergency.
Responded to fuel spills big or small and preformed fuel spill cleanup when needed according to Hazmat guidelines.
Operation all types of support equipment for aircraft.
Operate two way radios to recognize and understand control tower signals and to maintain stringent written records for each job assigned.
Trained and certified in the knowledge and use of firefighting equipment when and if needed and applied prior to the arrival of the Fire Department.
Knowledge of the Federal Aviation Administration regulations in accordance with job description included: security on the airfield itself and landside operational security, knowledge of speed limits and right-of-way's both landside and airside.
Possessed a Commercial Driver's License class B with tank and hazardous material endorsements.
Aviation Crew Chief, 01/1977 to 01/1980 United States Army, Schofield Barracks/Wheeler Air Force Base U-8 U-21 Airplane Repairman
Associate of Science: Aviation Maintenance Technology, 1 1984 Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach, Florida Aviation Maintenance Technology
G.E.D. Studies: 1 1977 Wahiawa School for Adults - Wahiawa, HI
Accounts payable, C, contracts, Customer Service, inventory, Lotus Organizer, materials, access, Microsoft Excel, Mail, Windows 95, Microsoft Word, network, Police, Purchasing, quality control, Supervision, WordPerfect, written