Skilled Technical Supervisor knowledgeable about leading teams, managing projects and coordinating program resources. Offering sixteen years of federal service experience along with advanced communication and problem-solving abilities. Ready for new professional challenges and career advancement.
As a weapons armament supervisor I exercise technical and administrative supervision over subordinate workers in accomplishing trades work of the munitions section of the organization; to provide weapons system on-equipment maintenance supervisor for day shift operations for the 412th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, Bomber Maintenance Flight, which includes several bomber test and weapon systems. To manage, supervise, and technically direct personnel performing aircraft & ordnance system inspections, scheduling and unscheduled maintenance, repair, modification, and overhaul of various assigned aircraft and weapons systems and associated components, including organizational and intermediate depot level maintenance and Type 2 modifications. Establishes deadlines, priorities, and work sequences, and plans work assignments based on general work schedules, methods, and policies set by higher level supervisors. Coordinates with outside organizations such as "T-2" Modification Docks, special Instrumentation, back shops, depot or contractors to plan for and execute forecasted mission and logistics support requirements.
(Supervisor: Rex Kuhl 661-275-8540)
I provide technical training and supervision for 3 direct technicians and 12 assigned weapons armament technicians in occupational series (6652). I completed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on aircraft and back shop functions; supervised in-shop maintenance and repairs, logistical and flight line support. I supervise and complete TCTOs, periodic inspections, electronic checkouts and modifications to Type 2 modified aircraft. I coordinated with numerous functional areas both within and outside the immediate organization in order to identify requirements and shortfalls, develop plans and optimize support for short-, medium-, and long-range projects. I regularly teamed with higher level management such as munitions program managers, armament engineers, systems program offices, logistics test managers, and on-site contractor management to get the job done. I exercised oversight on armament activities for initial test events and equipment bed-down. I completed AFMC Maintenance Workforce Development Program Supervisor (MWDP-S) Certification program after completing AFMC Maintenance Work Lead Workforce Certification Program in 2018.
(Supervisor: John Lawther 661-277-4886)
I worked on a munitions load crew with 2 other armament technicians and a work lead. I provided on-equipment maintenance of B-1, B-2, and B-52 type 2 modified aircraft. I remove, inspect, repair, overhaul, and reinstall or replace standard and test modified aircraft systems for B-1, B-2 and B-52 aircraft. I complete scheduled and unscheduled maintenance to assigned B-1, B-2, and B-52 Aircraft Stores Management System (SMS) and Alternate Mission Equipment (AME) worth over $64M in assets. My tasks are completed accurately and in a timely manner, with no QA failures. I upload standard and nonstandard munitions with no safety or reliability errors or QA failures. I perform ground handling and servicing of assigned B-1, B-2, and B-52 aircraft, including preflight, post flight, launch, recovery, refueling, towing, washing, lubricating and jacking of assigned aircraft. I provided suspension equipment for flight worth $64M for B-1, B-2, and B-52. Outstanding weapons loader configured/uploaded/downloaded precision-guided munitions for 5 B-1 software block 16A test flights, supported software validation for $7.5 M program test points.
(Supervisor: John Lawther 661-277-4886)
I provided technical support for aircraft maintainers while maintaining all standards of special tools and accessories required for supporting type 2 modified B-1, B-2 and B-52 aircraft. I maintained job tasking related to tool control, precious metals, bench stock and TMDE items control. I have extensive knowledge in the use of tool controls systems for tracking tool accountability in electronic systems (TCS), (TAS), and (TCMAX) programs. I maintained extensive calibrated tools used on the B-1, B-2 and B-52 bomber aircraft. I maintained bench stock limits with a threshold of $790,000 of parts and commodities. I maintained the equipment custodian B-1, B-2 and B-52 SRAM accounts. I maintained and controlled equipment account with 164 pieces of controlled equipment worth over $56M in assets. Bench Stock management 2A training (CERT) (2012). General supply Block 1 training (CERT) (2011). Precious Metals Recovery Program (CERT) (2013).
(Supervisor: Leo Pedraza 661-275-8331)
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