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Maintenance managment

Location:
Savannah, GA
Posted:
June 29, 2018

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CHRISTOPHER J. RUESCH C.J.R.

*** ***** ***** ****** **. 31326

Phone: 912-***-****

ac52c8@r.postjobfree.com

Mission Statement

Utilize my current skill set and experience in a challenging position. Utilize my knowledge and culture of today’s aviation standards in which my 25 plus years’ experience will benefit my future career potential.

• FAA AIRFRAME & POWERPLANT CERTIFIED

MECHANIC

MECHANICAL SUPERVISOR TEAM LEAD

Service Center/flight test/production

Dec 2008 – Mar 2017/ Gulfstream Aerospace Savannah, GA

- Plan, Schedule, and Complete tasks on work authorizations to meet the master schedule.

- Supervise and instruct aircraft technicians in proper procedures and techniques of trouble shooting airframe and engine systems, routine inspections and preventive maintenance. Assist with performance appraisal of subordinates.

- Assess strengths and weaknesses of subordinates. Apply strengths for maximum job efficiency and provide guidance and growth opportunities to reinforce developmental areas. Provide diverse learning opportunities.

- Coordinate with, and assist other departments to ensure on-time delivery of aircraft.

- Perform job audits to verify completion of all requested work

- Monitor material costs. Regulate and coordinate part purchases to enhance job efficiency. Send items out for repair or overhaul. Receive and inspect upon return.

- Maintain a current knowledge of Aircraft Service Changes (ASCs), Customer Bulletins, inspection schedule requirements, vendor information and all other procedures, publications and general knowledge pertaining to aircraft maintenance and servicing.

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AIRCRAFT TECHNICIAN SENIOR

January 2005- Dec. 2008 / Gulfstream Aerospace Savannah, GA

- Perform aircraft maintenance, inspection, and repair in Service Center.

- Guide and train Junior technicians - Coordinate with the Inspection Department to ensure compliance with all internal and FAA Inspection and Documentation requirements

Midwest Airlines Milwaukee

INSPECTION / QUALITY CONTROL

February 2004-January 2005 WI

- Physically inspect aircraft and aircraft components

- Ensure workmanship meets acceptable standards of quality

- Keep accurate records of work performed on aircraft

- Inspect aircraft repairs and alterations to ensure conformity to FAA and Approved

- Maintenance Data Mechanical measurement and verification

- Blueprint reading and interpretation Non-destructive Testing (NDT) STRUCTURAL REPAIR MECHANIC

April 1999-February 2004 Midwest Airlines Milwaukee, WI

- Assembly Blueprint interpretation

- Structural Inspection and Major Structural Repair

- Repair design and layout

- Close tolerance drilling

- Corrosion removal – Prevention, and Treatment

- Various fastener installation and removal

- Parts fabrication

LEAD MECHANIC-

April 1998-April 1999 - Baumann Floats St. Paul, MN

- Work directly with the FAA during float certification

- Organize and maintain all fabrication documents

- Extensive riveting and fabrication

F-16 CREW CHIEF- Tactical Aircraft Mechanic

April 1994-April 1998 - U.S Airforce Luke AFB, AZ

- Inspect aircraft structures, systems, and components.

- Interpret inspection findings and determine corrective action.

- Maintain forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems to ensure complete maintenance documentation.

- Conduct functional checks for Trouble Shooting, Maintenance performed, component replacements, and Rigging of aircraft systems. SPECIAL SKILLS

Clear understanding of Federal Aviation Regulations; creating of project specific certification plans, ground and flight test plans, design data review, Instructions for Continued Airworthiness, Airplane Flight Manual Supplements, regulatory compliance checklists; determination of compliance with the regulations. Strong written and verbal communication and planning skills. SECURITY CLEARANCE

• Government Aircraft Access (GAC)

• FAA AIRFRAME & POWERPLANT CERTIFIED

MECHANIC

• Awarded for Achievement in the Master Technician Flight Safety Program Gulfstream G550

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