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AIRCRAFT – TECHNICIAN/MECHANIC
A skilled, driven, pragmatic technician with extensive 10+ years of rich experience in the aviation industry. An analytical, creative, and organized professional who brings a fresh approach to maintenance and servicing. Has consistently demonstrated the capacity to work independently as well as with teams through excellent communication skills, and solid relationship management standards.
Mechanic/Technician • Aircrafts/Helicopters • Maintenance & Service • Manufacturing • Mechanical Tools & Equipment • Modifications • Replacements • Inspections • Structural Repairs • Scheduling • Payroll
Planetechs – Boeing, Everett • WA 2009 – Present
Production Lead / Mechanic
Accountable for Partner Warranty rework on 41, 43,44,46,47, and 48 sections on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Lead and assisted a manufacturing technician (MT) crew of 14 tech’s, in a variety of tasks to include using current and applicable Boeing specs as well as sequencing, assigning and supervising the statement of work. Prepared meeting schedules, tracked payroll and attendance, and communicated daily with Boeing management. Demonstrated skill utilizing wide variety of hand tools, testing devices and related production equipment including ohmmeters, FedMax gages and drill motors. Worked directly with Quality Inspectors as well as Manufacturing and Liaison Engineering to complete jobs previously constrained.
• Proficient in Velocity, Redars, CATIA V5 and navigating through BAC Specs.
• Instrumental in completing partially assembled aircraft structures and components traveled from multiple partner destinations.
Independent Contractor 2000 – 2009
Proficiently performed structural and composite repairs as well as modifications on the Sikorsky S-76 Helicopters. Installed Hush Kit on Lear 25 Jet. Repaired and replaced engine firewall damage on Beech craft1900D. Performed repairs and modifications on restored Army UH1H-Helicoptors. Assisted in replacement of cargo bay skin on SAAB 340 aircraft.
• Excelled in hands-on structural mechanic roles during several engagements with Contract companies such as Planetechs, Smart-Inc, Global Technical Services, TSI Aerospace and Johnson Service Group.
• Championed Heavy Structural repairs and modifications on multiple aircraft at several Aircraft Maintenance Repair stations to include: AAR(Indianapolis, IN), ATS(Everett, WA), EMPIRE Aero Center (Rome, NY), PEMCO(Dothan, AL) as well as Airlines such as Midwest Exp. (Milwaukee, WI), Spirit (Detroit, MI) and USA Jet(Belleview,MI).
T.I.M.C.O, Greensboro • NC 1998 – 2000
Efficiently performed Passenger to Cargo Modifications on B767 aircraft. Performed Heavy structural repairs on Multiple Aircraft to include: B727, B737, B757, DC-8, DC-10, MD11 and A300.
EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS
A.A.S, Aviation Systems Technology
Guilford Technical Community College, Jamestown • NC
FAA Airframe and Powerplant License – Certificate Number: 2724481 – July 1998
CATIA V5 Training Certified – XDT Software – October 2011