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Production Planner/Scheduler

United States
April 15, 2010
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NetJets Sales, Inc.

Production Control Planner (08/08 to Present)

• Prepare work orders, identify, and coordinate with Materials and Maintenance requirement for parts, equipment, and workflow demands unique to schedule.

• Responsible for planning accomplishment of workload to meet schedule utilizing available manpower and to ensure the most efficient/productive use of available resources while maintaining product quality and safety.

• Proactive to recognize and resolve Production Control issues and to monitor/evaluate continuous progress. Analyze and oversee the compilation of production data, reports, and delays.

Astar Air Cargo/Formerly DHL Airways, Inc.

Sr. Maintenance Planner (11/00 to Present)

• Responsible for coordination of all scheduled maintenance within time constraints and as the liaison for projects within Engineering, Powerplant, Purchasing, and Maintenance.

• Develop/forecast schedules and goals.

• Establish, setup, and maintain various vendor accounts to support Company demands.

• Responsible for accurate and timely assembly of work packages prior to issue.

Airborne Express

Work Controller (11/94 to 11/00)

• Establish and prioritize all shift activities over A&P mechanics, structures mechanics, inspectors, avionics, fuel tank mechanics, painters, and cleaners.

• Identify and communicate critical issues with the Project Manager, Supervisors, or Technical Coordinator impacting schedule, parts requirements, or Engineering issues.

• Responsible for work assignment to oncoming shift and to conduct turnover meetings.

Maintenance Planner (6/92 to 11/94)

• Devise, schedule, and implement routine line maintenance according to controlling factors or deadlines.

• Conduct weekly schedule proposals within the various maintenance departments concerning workloads, manpower allocation, material requirements, or special projects.

• Responsible for accurate assembly and review of work packages prior to issue.

Lead Aircraft Mechanic (5/90 to 6/92)

• Supervise, oversee, and monitor work progress of designated mechanic crews including one year in line maintenance environment and one year in heavy maintenance/modification.

• Coordinate and conduct detailed shift turnovers

• Assist Maintenance Supervisor with personnel issues or performance appraisals.

Aircraft Mechanic/Senior Aircraft Mechanic (6/87 to 5/90)

• Performed line maintenance & inspection of jet aircraft fleet, both scheduled and unscheduled.

• Progressive development to Senior Mechanic, with additional duties to include training and assisting less experienced mechanics, also as acting Lead Mechanic when assigned.

Rockwell International

QC Assembly Inspector (12/85 to 5/87)

• Inspection of B1-B aircraft assembly for conformance to blueprint, tooling, and tolerances.

• Record and log discrepancies in detail, review all documents for accuracy and completion.

• Assure compliance with all quality control procedures.

Comair, Inc.

Aircraft Mechanic (1/85 to 11/85)

• Maintained fleet of commuter aircraft under FAR 121 maintenance program.

• Inspection and maintenance of entire aircraft at regularly scheduled intervals.

Provincetown-Boston Airline

Aircraft Mechanic (6/83 to 12/84)

• Maintained fleet of commuter aircraft under FAR 121 maintenance program.

• Inspection and maintenance of entire aircraft at regularly scheduled intervals


Alabama Aviation & Technical College (9/81 to 6/83)

• Attended 21 month course in Aviation Maintenance Technology.

• Graduated with airframe-powerplant license receiving 92 grade average in airframe curriculum and 93 grade average in powerplant curriculum.

• Awarded 4 Dean's List honors of 7 quarters completed.

Naples High School. Naples, Florida (8/73 to 6/77)

• Attended grades 9-12 and graduated with diploma.

Company Training or Ratings Held

• Topflight Leadership Program

• DC-8 and DC-9 run-up/taxi certifications

• "Required Item Inspection" authorization

• Private pilot license