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Entry Level A&P Mechanic

United States
January 05, 2009
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OBJECTIVE To secure employment with a company where I will have continued education and training, which will aid in career advancement.


**** ********* **** ******** *awrence, MAConstruction Laborern Construction labor. 2005-2006 NSK Steering Systems Bennington, VTMechanical Assemblern Assembled mechanical components into automobile’ steering columns. 2003-2004 Barton Protective Services Boston, MASecurity Officern Patrolled, supervised, and reported incidents at clients’ sites.

2002 Springfield Technical Com. College Springfield, MACarpentry Assistantn Assisted in the building of the stage and set pieces for production of “A Holocaust Survival Story”.

2001 Unistress Corp. Pittsfield, MASupplies Department Clerkn Maintained inventory in stock room by filling out purchase orders.n Picked and distributed materials to proper departments.

2001 Eagleton School Great Barrington, MAChild Development Couselorn Provided behavioral modification education to students with behavioral and developmental disabilities.

2000 Meehan Electronics Clarksburg, MAElectro-Mechanical Assemblern Used tinning and soldering tools for assembly of electronic componentsn Soldering department inspector, supervisor of quality control group.

1999-2000 Shine Wires Adams, MACable Harnessing and Electric Assemblern Wire Assembly and warpingn Read and understanding wiring diagrams and printsn Soldering electro-mechanical sub-assemblies.

1997-1999 General Cable Corp. Williamstown, MACable Harness Assemblern Pinning and bleeding wires for the manufacture of cable assemblies.

1996 MINUHA (UN Mission in Haity) Port-Au-Prince, HaitiWaterplant Purification Inspectorn Supervised water purification plant.

1994-1996 Brown & Root/ US Army Logcap Port-Au-Prince, HaitiAdministratorn Managed all administrative aspect of a Power Generator Shop to include:n Payrolln Ordering partsn Shipping and Receivingn Safety instructor


2003-2004 East Coast Aero Tech Bedford, MAn Certificate, Aviation Maintenance Technology – An FAA approved, accredited part 147 school leading to qualification to test for a Mechanics Certificate with Airframe and Powerplant ratings. Theoretical and hands on studies include: Sheetmetal and composites structures; Hydraulics and Pneumatics; Aircraft rigging and assembly; A/C and D/C power systems; Aircraft instruments; Reciprocating and Turbine engines maintenance and operation.n FAA Licensed Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic.


Assembling model cars and planes, biking, carpentry, and masonry.


12 SPRING STREET # 3 NORTH ADAMS, MA 01247 PHONES (413)***-****