Lead aircraft electrician with extensive experience in the manufacture and installation of complex wiring harnesses and cable assemblies on military aircraft.
Skilled in the evaluation and repair of the F-15 canopy acrylic, airframe and skin, and the various electrical and mechanical assemblies installed. Skilled in the evaluation and acrylic repair of the F-15 Advanced Design Windscreen Skilled in sheet metal repairs, i.e., sealing panels,replacing fairings, shooting rivets, manufacturing and installing patches on skin, performing fiberglass repair on ductwork. Skilled in the removal, installation, modification, and repair of the canopy wiring harnesses on both C/D/E models of the F-15 Skilled in the removal, inspection, repair, and installation of all mechanical alignment and release assemblies associated with the F-15 Canopy. Knowledgeable in a wide range of principles, processes and techniques of trades and /or crafts used on and around the aircraft (FAA Airframe & Powerplant License) Knowledgeable in safety regulations, practices, and procedures. Skilled in the use of hand and power tools, equipment, and precision measuring and/or test equipment common to aircraft maintenance, sheet metal, and electrical work, i.e., impact wrenches, torque wrenches, drills, brakes, shears, rivet guns, meters, etc.
Duties included assigning tasks to the up to nine crew members on shift, interacting with customers, interacting with Raytheon FBO personnel at Tampa International Airport and the Cessna Facilities in Orlando and arranging for hangar/apron space, towing, and equipment support. Responsibilities also included performing pre- and post-detailing inspections with the customers for insurance and quality assurance purposes. Performing both interior and exterior detailing on a variety of business/personal aircraft including: Beechcraft Hawker, Beechjet, Bonanza, Baron, King Air, Cessna Citation (all models), Lear jet (all models), Boeing 757, Falcon 50, Gulfstream III, IV, and V. This required a solid knowledge of aircraft safety, chemical safety, reading and understanding aircraft maintenance manuals, and flightline safety.
Coursework in Aviation Management and Safety.
FAA Airframe & Powerplant License
FCC General RadioTelephone Operator's License
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