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Results-Driven Leader Seeking [ Insert Job Title ] Role
B.S. in Human Resource Management candidate who exhibits strong experience in operations, employee training / development, and workflow optimization in alignment with an orxxxxxxnization s vision, value, and goals, and leads teams by example and with integrity to deliver services excellence. Top performer who contributes sharp analytical abilities and superior attention-to-detail while demonstrating expertise in identifying the root of problems and thriving at formulating and recommending solutions with proven effective results while surpassing objectives. Out-of-the-box thinker who seamlessly liaises among public- / private-sector officials, management, and operational teams. Holds DoD Secret Level security clearance.
Team Building / Training
Strategic Analysis / Planning
New Staff Orientations / Instruction
Cost Reductions / Process Improvements
Data Reports / Recordkeeping
Performance Evaluation / Inspections
Successfully delivered strategic recommendations to improve operational processes as L-3 Vertex s Maintenance Manager.
Enhanced program operations worth $10+ million as Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman for the USAF Reserve, including consistently achieving 100% rate on quality evaluations and inspections and boosting mission-capability 10% in 3 months.
Established complex instrumentation and processes used in operational initiatives as MCLB Maintenance Commodity Center s Repair Specialist, and effortlessly reorxxxxxxnized work processes via analytical and collaborative problem-solving.
Recognized for excellence with numerous military honors, including 908th NCO of the Year and Ace Team Award, Air Force Meritorious Service Medal, Air Force Commendation Medal, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with Valor, Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, and Air Force Longevity Service Ribbon, among others.
Textron, Inc., Afghanistan 2016 Present
Manager Site Operations
Spearhead results-focused oversight of subcontractors in Afghanistan providing CLS operations to the Grand Caravan 208B and aircraft simulators, including coordinating and managing all maintenance, training / development, and inventory. Serve as the site s go-to, primary contact for USG customer and Textron Systems Support Solutions Program Management team, along with proactively interfacing with the USAF and Afghanistan personnel and subcontractors for regular briefings. Expertly deliver advisement to Program Management Office rexxxxxxrding developing and / or unresolved challenges. Collaborate across functional lines with Textron Systems, as well as supply chain management, operations, and product support teams, among others. Prioritize maintenance and training initiatives and consistently monitor site operations, including providing detailed reports as required. Efficiently manage tracking program schedule and cost.
L-3 Vertex Communications, Various Locations 2011 2012 | 2015 2016
Aircraft Maintenance Lead, Kabul, Afghanistan (2015 Present)
Utilized broad scope of industry knowledge and dynamic technical acumen toward directing forward-thinking onsite aircraft and equipment scheduled / unscheduled maintenance and servicing, including planning and prioritizing workflow among a top-performing representative staff, as well as coordinating all aircraft and system components and engine repairs for safe flight. Ensured contractual required FAA maintenance requirements / standards compliance. Scheduled maintenance and inspections per the OEM technical data, and determined corrective action when advised of deficiencies affecting aircraft airworthiness. Guaranteed scheduled and unscheduled inspections per OEM established procedures / specifications, and reviewed aircraft maintenance records and historical documents entries. Directed all site, customer, and company tool accountability procedures, including reporting unserviceable tools and equipment as required. Monitored and reviewed deficiency reports for adverse trends. Trained new staff to ensure seamless operations.
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L-3 Vertex Communications, Various Locations (continued) 2011 2012 | 2015 Present
Maintenance Administrator, Kuwait (2015)
Strategically steered maintenance administration initiatives, including leading all aircraft configuration and technical directive tracking, completing and evaluating reports, and handling maintenance monitoring and tracking as required. Exhibited solid communication proficiencies toward proactively liaising among co-workers, sub-contractors, and customers. Interfaced among aircraft maintenance, logistics, and data information systems, including reading and interpreting documents (e.g. safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedures manuals). Expertly planned, indexed, orxxxxxxnized, and alphabetized files, material, and data while synthesizing and retaining information to make decisions per standard policies and procedures. Collected data and established facts to draw valid conclusions.
Maintenance Manager (2012 2013)
172 / 208 Aircraft Program, Tikrit, Iraq
Drove maintenance operations success by leading all facets of section initiatives, including directing departure and maintenance schedules encompassing aircraft generation activities, along with scheduled and unscheduled maintenance. Directed orxxxxxxnizational efforts while managing on-the-job training for required aircraft helpers and maintenance leads. Delivered effective support to the aircraft / equipment movement and flight line foreign object prevention walks, including maintaining detailed aircraft records and updating reports. Collaborated with Squadron commanders and operations officers as the primary point of contact while generating schedules of maintenance and inspection per OEM technical data and procedure. Identified corrective actions when advised of deficiencies affecting aircraft airworthiness. Reviewed documentation and records, and monitored progress and follow up inspections. Ensured compliance with required Communications Security (COMSEC) policies and procedures; bench stock items inventories and inspections; and environmental, security, and housekeeping standards, along with monitoring tools control, prevention, and safety.
A&P Lead Mechanics, Kabul, Afghanistan (2011 2012)
Capitalized on the opportunity to direct high-volume mechanics operations, including maximizing resource use by planning and prioritizing workflow to meet and / or exceed goals and providing integral support to site aircraft flight operations. Demonstrated expertise in aircraft systems and subsystems, hydraulics, and engine components, as well as in conducting pre- and post-flight, through flight, phase, isochronal, special, and home station inspections. Ensure strict compliance for completion of job tickets, including resolving discrepancies, as well as handling progress documentation.
Miller / Coors, Xxxxxx, XXXXXX 2014
Led targeted completion of production line responsibilities, including handling all monitoring and supply of key items.
United States Air Force Reserve, Various Locations 2003 2011
Maintenance Mechanic (2005 2011)
C-130, 908th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Maxwell AFB, AL
Contributed sharp analytical abilities toward setting and achieving critical benchmarks and goals by leading multicultural teams in attaining critical objectives. Delivered high-quality counseling to senior-level management teams.
Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman (2003 2010)
C-130, 908th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Maxwell AFB, AL
Applied strong leadership talents toward directing C-130 maintenance operations in Europe, Central America, and other locations while effectively executing proper inspection and preventive maintenance of military aircraft among schedule, production, and management personnel. Cost-effectively handled parts and supplies purchasing, including inspecting, calibrating, and maintaining inventory records of hand and powered tools, ground testing equipment, and instruments.
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Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) Maintenance Commodity Center, Xxxxxx, AL 2000 2011
Tire Repair Specialist
Played a vital role in repairing and maintaining vehicles used for a comprehensive maintenance center, including handling all preventive maintenance, failure and quality assurance analyses, and performance evaluation, as well as repair of wheeled vehicle tires and rims.
Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management (3.8 GPA, Projected 2016) Columbia Southern University
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (3.8 GPA) Columbia Southern University
Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration (3.74 GPA) Columbia Southern University
Certified Airframe & Power Plant Mechanic Federal Aviation Administration
Aircraft Maintenance Technology Coursework Community College of the Air Force
U.S. Air Force Noncommissioned Officer Academy (2007)
Airframe and Powerplant Certification Course (28 Hours) (2008)
Heavy Aircraft Maintenance Craftsman Course (80 Hours) | Airlift Airframe Journeyman Course (8 Hours) (2004)
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