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Aviation Mechanic, with outstanding, extensive experience gained during 21 years of service with the United States Navy, seeking a Maintenance Mechanic/Supervisor assignment
Line Maintenance ~ Corrosion Control ~ Quality Assurance ~ Safety ~ Maintenance Control ~ Master Training Specialist ~ Power Plant Supervision ~ Personnel Leadership ~ Professional Development Instructor ~ Administration ~ Operations Management
Career background in providing exceptional maintenance support for multiple platforms; have developed outstanding capabilities in such areas as corrosion identification and treatment, line maintenance and Quality Assurance while supporting achievement of all operational commitments; have served as Line Maintenance Supervisor, Power Plant Supervisor and Corrosion Control Supervisor among other leadership roles
Associate of Science Degree; qualified Master Training Specialist, with particular experience in lead role overseeing Instructor performance at Aviation Machinist Mate A School and recording successful graduation of 2000+ individuals annually
Additionally tasked to direct Navy Instructor Training Course for selected Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Air Force, Army and Foreign national/civilian personnel in a Train-the-Trainer approach to developing and extending training capabilities throughout multiple service branches/agencies
Currently on Active Duty with U.S. Navy with retirement scheduled for July 2017; hold Secret Security Clearance and recipient of multiple Navy awards and commendations
United States Navy 1995 Present
Professional Development Instructor (2014-Present)
Effectively train specially-selected personnel from multiple service branches (Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Air Force, Army) as well as Foreign national/civilian individuals, on successful methodologies and best practices for use in training others.
Adhere to framework and techniques as delineated in Navy Instructor Training Course; manage performance of 16 instructors including effective class scheduling, meeting daily operational responsibilities and handling of multiple administrative issues; oversaw successful graduation of 900+ individuals.
Quality Assurance Supervisor / Maintenance Control Supervisor (2011-2014)
Skillfully directed maintenance activities and managed tools, FOD, various programs and all safety-related issues; supervised maintenance actions with OOMA and VID/SCIR as delineated by COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2.
Qualified Master Training Specialist, NATTC, Pensacola, FL (2008-2011)
Served as Lead Instructor and directed the teaching activities of 17 Instructors at Aviation Machinist Mate A School; successfully graduated over 2000 students annually.
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C2A Powerline Supervisor / Collateral Duty Quality Inspector, VRC-30, Atsugi, Japan (2005-2008)
Was Leading Chief Petty Officer/Leading Petty Officer for forward deployed detachments, overseeing work performance of 38 individuals.
Expertly supervised line and daily maintenance for two aircraft; prepared and treated corrosion on aircraft and support equipment, and trained newly-assigned personnel on multiple shop processes and safety requirements as well as the locations of material safety data sheets.
F-18 Line Maintenance / Engine Mechanic / Collateral Duty Inspector, Pensacola, FL (2002-2005)
In this assignment supported activities of Blue Angels team; provided line support, engine maintenance/repair, corrosion detection and continual preventive maintenance/treatment for aircraft components, accessories and associated equipment; additionally was gas free engineer and served as Quality Assurance Representative.
C2A Mechanic / Corrosion Control Supervisor / Quality Assurance Representative, VRC-30, San Diego, CA (1997-2001)
Provided highest levels of line support maintenance, corrosion control and aircraft painting; also served as Collateral Duty Quality Inspector; held comprehensive responsibilities for cleaning/inspecting/treating corrosion and preparing/painting aircraft and propeller surfaces, as directed in Maintenance Instruction Manuals, Illustrated Parts Breakdowns, Maintenance Requirement Cards, Technical Directives and other relevant Navy instructions.
Field Support, Oceana Naval Air Station, Virginia Beach, VA (1995-1997)
Skillfully maintained shore-based arresting gear and provided excellent support for transit aircraft.
Southern Virginia University, Buena Vista, VA
Associate of Science, 1993
Master Training Specialist
ORM Fundamentals, ORM Essentials for Leaders
NALC OMA QA Administration, 2007
Aviation Gas Free Engineering, 2005
Aircraft Corrosion Control, 2000
Aircraft Paint Touch Up and Markings, 2000
Propeller System Blade Repair, 1998
Aviation Machinist Mate Common Core, Class A1, 1997
Aviation Ground Support Equipment Qualified
Collateral Duty (Quality Assurance) Inspector Qualified
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I am currently seeking to utilize my in-depth, multi-faceted Aviation Mechanic experience gained during my 21 years of service with the United States Navy in a Maintenance Mechanic assignment and am submitting my resume for your review.
In addition to earning an Associates Degree, I have participated in and received extensive related training in multiple areas including ORM Fundamentals and Essentials for Leaders, dealing with HAZMAT/HAZWASTE, NALC OMA QA Administration, Aviation Gas Free Engineering, Aircraft Corrosion Control, Aircraft Paint Touch Up and Markings and Propeller System Blade Repair, among others. I am also Aviation Ground Support Equipment Qualified, Collateral Duty (Quality Assurance) Inspector Qualified and conversant in COMNAVAIRFORINST Programs
In my current assignment with the Navy, as a Master Training Specialist, I am tasked with multiple responsibilities for training selected individuals representing all major military branches as well as Foreign national personnel on developing best practices/methodologies for incorporating into their various training curricula. I oversee the training/teaching activities of 16 instructors and assist in developing their competence in dealing with a wide array of operational and administrative situations and issues. To date, we have successfully graduated over 900 individuals.
Earlier Navy roles have included Quality Assurance Supervisor, Maintenance Control Supervisor, Powerline Supervisor, Collateral Duty Quality Inspector, Line Maintenance, Engine Mechanic and Corrosion Control Supervisor. In these assignments, I have employed multiple skills and competencies including planning, organization, task prioritization, communication and problem identification/resolution.
Throughout my career I have exhibited a commitment to quality and consistent compliance with critical governing directives, standards, policies and procedures. I am confident in my ability to deliver immediate and long-term results, and you will find me to be a performance-driven leader and collaborative team player focused on achieving and surpassing goals.
I am eager to discuss how my qualifications match your needs, and look forward to interviewing with you at your earliest convenience. In advance, I thank you for your time and consideration.
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