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17171 NW 23rd St. Pembroke Pines, FL 33028 813-494-3559




  Accomplished leader seeking the challenging Assembly and Test Inspector role at Pratt & Whitney.

Summary of Qualifications


  Versatile aerospace manufacturing professional with expertise ensuring quality assembly and testing of engines.

  Experience working closely with technicians, inspectors, engineers and shop supervisors to meet each customers specific maintenance requirements.

  Performed Dimensional; Build/In-Process; In Process Module/Assembly; and Final Engine inspections.

  Experience balancing LPC, HPC, HPT, and LPT rotors as a Technician and Inspection during an engine build.

  Familiar with General Electric (GE) CF6-50s, CF6-80As, CF6-80C2s and CF6-80C2L1Fs in FADEC and PMC variants for applications on Airbus, Boeing, McDonnell Douglas and Lockheed Martin aircraft.

  Expertise with required inspection items (RIIs), including torque values on fasteners and conformity with safety wiring practices.

  Stellar ability to understand engine shop and standard practices manuals and illustrated parts catalogues.

Professional Experience


Complete Turbine Services (CTS) Engines Ft. Lauderdale, FL Aug. 2012-Present

Quality Control Inspector (Mar. 2014-Present)


  Observe and verify the correct assembly of engine modules, assemblies and subassemblies, including conducting visual and dimensional inspection of individual parts, hardware, major assemblies and modules.

  Support technicians with assembly and installation to ensure the use of proper tools, sequence of operations and best maintenance practices.

  Audit assembly and installation documents during and after maintenance to ensure engine assembly is in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and the Repair Shop and Quality Control Manual.

  Research and verify completion of Service Bulletins and Airworthiness Directives of engine build and inspection.

  Lead engine incoming inspections and outgoing inspections to assist in certifying airworthiness.

  Write programs for all CF6-50 parts and optimized programs for -80C2 and-80A parts. 

  Create a program for 11-14 spool, leveraging multiple features, feature construction and probe angles.

  Independently learn GD&T and apply to programs and inspection of parts.

  Develop programs for assemblies during build with dimensional requirements.

  Analyze inspection results and choose an appropriate repair supplied in the ESM.

  Evaluate part fit requirements when dimensional requirements can not be met.

  Manage tear down of an engines individual parts.

  Demonstrate proficiency using manual measuring tools like inside/outside digital micrometers; near scale/dial calipers; and dial test indicators to record measurements at check points.

  Inspect part tags for correctness and build paperwork for completion, accuracy and applicable service bulletins.

  Compile Service Bulletins, Airworthiness Directives and customer requirements for EMUs and Engine Modules, and check requirements against the EMU/Mod to be released for installation.

  Verify RIIs required by QCM, ensuring the correct torque was applied to fasteners.

  Perform dimensional checks during build up.

  Measure part run outs to ensure proper fit with mating parts, seals and rotors.

Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

17171 NW 23rd St. Pembroke Pines, FL 33028 813-494-3559


Professional Experience (continued)


Complete Turbine Services (CTS) Engines Ft. Lauderdale, FL Aug. 2012-Present

Quality Control Inspector (Mar. 2014-Present)

Responsibilities (continued):

  Support build requirements and interpretation of corrective action for build anomalies or out of limits checks.

  Assist technicians with identifying the correct SBs that apply to the current build.

  Inspect partially disassembled modules, EMUs and assemblies, IAW the ESM and Workscope, including ensuring the part has been repaired correctly and meets ESM/workscope requirements.



  Reduced discrepancies during final assembly of engines.

  Earned four raises during this period for consistently exceeding performance objectives.

  Chosen by an executive to lead the final engine inspection after a complete built before customer delivery, including ensuring wire harness routing and part/hardware orientations were correct.

  Recognized as one of only six employees selected to be trained on a new engine.

  Created hundreds of programs that instructed a machine on how to measure individual engine piece parts and successfully trained a Measuring Machine Operator.

  Discovered discrepancies during various levels of inspection, including suggesting corrective actions.


Engine Technician (Aug. 2012-Mar. 2014)


  Leveraged specialized tooling to install and remove major engine modules, as well as assembly and disassembly of high and low pressure rotor spools and stator assemblies.

  Installed external powerplant systems and external components and LRU and QEC, including removal.

  Performed QEC and engine installations for customers at Ft. Lauderdale International Airport.

  Cleaned engine parts using special sanitation techniques and chemicals in accordance with the ESM.


  Independently learned the entire process of building engines, including balancing rotors in engine.

  Improved engine quality during the build process to ensure compliance with service bulletins after initiating research during second shift on part configuration by leveraging GE s service bulletin website.



Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) License, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), License No. 3644121

Education and Training


Summa Cum Laude Graduate, Aviation Institute Of Maintenance Orlando, FL; also Student of the Module


General Electric CF6-80C2 General Familiarization Course, Aviation Institute of Maintenance; Dec. 2011

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