Aircraft Mechanic Resume

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Edward Brown

250 Tassett Court,

Chicago Park, CA, 95712

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Summary

A person with vast experience in outsourced mechanical and structural quality assurance for aircrafts and carriers, an able-bodied and physically fit person with great motivation and focus, has very good analytical and problem-solving skills; an effective team player and organized field worker capable of multi-tasking and time-based project delivery.

Professional Experience:

Senior Aircraft Structural Mechanic August 2006- Present

Airlift Express, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Responsibilities:

  • Handled a team of mechanics in the assembly and installation of aircraft components such as electrical, plumbing, mechanical, hydraulic, structural parts and accessories.
  • Examined and inspected aircraft engines and other structural and physical components for imperfections such as cracks, breaks or leaks before release.
  • Conducted thorough quality tests on engines, systems and other components via different advanced automation machinery to ensure perfect calibration and diagnosed malfunctions, if any.
  • Performed adjustments on aircraft systems by alignment testing using both manual hand tools and gauges, as well as advanced digital test equipment to ensure quality, durability and balanced calibration.
  • Repaired, inspected and replaced aircraft parts for natural wear and tear, warping or other defects that may have been incurred during flights.
  • Conducted quality assurance testing by having a series of user acceptance testing gauges and periodic checks.

Aircraft Quality Engineer March 2003 – July 2006

Paramount Fabrication Corporation, Los Angeles, California

Responsibilities:

  • Handled a team of analysts to perform a series of rigorous studies, tests, developmental upgrades and repairs on Albatross Airlines’ aircrafts.
  • Provided a process workflow to unify and streamline step-by-step repair and maintenance procedure, job owners, timeline and expectations.
  • Handled all repairs and maintenance work orders from main airline operators
  • Communicated and delegated job requirements to internal teams; aligned work schedule in line with project delivery date.
  • Maintained aircraft systems by understanding its mechanisms, specifications, strength and weaknesses and point of failures.
  • Examined reported faulty or damaged parts and determine repair and fabrication procedures
  • Conducted a 3-layer quality assurance process through a sequential crankcase flushing, screen cleaning, greasing and brake checking.

Junior Aircraft Repair Mechanic November 1999- January 2003

Zest Boeing Aircrafts, Inc., New York, USA

Responsibilities:

  • Handled a team of mechanics in the assembly and installation of aircraft components such as electrical, plumbing, mechanical, hydraulic, structural parts and accessories.
  • Examined and inspected aircraft engines and other structural and physical components for imperfections such as cracks, breaks or leaks before release.
  • Conducted thorough quality tests on engines, systems and other components via different advanced automation machinery to ensure perfect calibration and diagnosed malfunctions, if any.
  • Performed adjustments on aircraft systems by alignment testing using both manual hand tools and gauges, as well as advanced digital test equipment to ensure quality, durability and balanced calibration.
  • Repaired, inspected and replaced aircraft parts for natural wear and tear, warping or other defects that may have been incurred during flights.
  • Conducted quality assurance testing by having a series of user acceptance testing gauges and periodic checks.

Aircraft Quality Engineer March 2003 – July 2006

Paramount Fabrication Corporation, Los Angeles, California

Education

1997 – 1999 Masters in Aeronautic Sciences

Stanford University, California

1993 – 1997 Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (Aeronautics)

Stanford University, California

Skills/Certifications:

  • Aeronautics Professional Licensure Board Exam, Board Passer
  • Installation, equipment selection, repairs, problem solving and identification, maintenance and inspection mastery
  • Arm-hand steadiness and manual dexterity skills
  • Quality assurance and service monitoring
  • Keen on detail, theoretically inclined
  • Mathematics and calculations expert
  • People management, delegation and organizational skills

Awards and Affiliations

Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association, Member

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