3405 Tavern Place
New Martinsville, WV 26155
Job Objective To secure a position with a well established organization with a stable environment that will lead to a lasting relationship. To become a valued asset with the company using my experience as an Uh-60 Mechanic.
Summary of Qualifications:
- Remarkable Aircraft maintenance and repair experience
- Profound knowledge of the rotary wing flight line and its maintenance
- Outstanding knowledge of the aircraft records and logs
- Ability to use hand tools, gauges, and testing equipment
- Ability to determine feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning
- Ability to disassemble and inspect parts for wear, cracks, security and other defects
- Ability to audit and compute component times
Uh-60 Mechanic, August 2005 – Present
Aerotek Aviation, New Martinsville, WV
- Troubleshoot the aircraft structure such as the flight surfaces, auxiliary power unit and various ventilation and heating systems.
- Inspected the jet engine turbine blades for corrosion, cracks or breaks.
- Regulated the testing equipment by checking the compression, ammeter and jet calibration to check the malfunction in the equipment.
- Overhauled and repaired the aircraft structure such as functional components like rigging and plumbing and hydraulic units using various hand and power tools.
- Studied and interpreted the manufacturer’s manuals, service bulletins and various technical data to repair and replace the components.
- Maintained and monitored the engines for the cracks and oil leaks, inspected the jet engines.
Uh-60 Mechanic, May 2000 – July 2005
URS Corporation, New Martinsville, WV
- Inspected the aircrafts on a regular basis.
- Determined problem in the aircraft through the use of technical manuals and conducted research on the same.
- Evaluated the aircraft using the appropriate precision measuring data.
- Modified the aircraft by interpreting the OEM drawing.
High School Diploma, Enfield High School, Enfield, CT