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Power Plant Quality

Location:
Enterprise, Alabama, 36330, United States
Salary:
80,000
Posted:
May 17, 2018

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Wayne A. Largent

*** ********** **.

Enterprise, AL 36330

ac5hv9@r.postjobfree.com

Cellular Phone: 334-***-****

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RE:

Attention:

I am interested in obtaining a position as a employee at your company. I am confident that my skills and training, in addition to my passion for aircraft, is a perfect match for this position. I would bring to your company a broad range of skills, from aircraft maintenance, Maintenance Supervisor, Production Supervisor, Quality Control Supervisor, and Supply Supervisor to properly motivating people. I am positive I would be an asset to your company.

While with my previous employers. I have been involved in team environments that gave me the opportunity to learn new skills and become multi-task oriented. I have the ability to adapt to new challenges quickly. I deliver high quality and professional working skills, and I am able to work flexible hours and shifts.

Enclosed is my resume exploring the possibilities of employment as a Highly Motivated employee for your company. I would welcome the opportunity to further discuss this position with you. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I will follow up with you in a few days to see about arranging an interview at a convenient time. Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely

// S //

Wayne A Largent

Wayne A. Largent

106 Stoneridge RD., Enterprise AL, 36330

E-mail: ac5hv9@r.postjobfree.com

Cell# 334-***-****

Objective:

EXPERIENCE

January 2017 to Present Army Fleet Support, Fort Rucker, AL

Supply Supervisor at AMSS: Manages the supply, movement and storage of goods and materials at AMSS. Reviews production schedules and related information and confers with managers to determine material requirements required to support the flying hour program. Ensures proper inventory control planning and scheduling to meet contractual commitments. Requisitions, tracks, and examines material delivered to field to verify conformance to specifications. Coordinates the clerical and manual tasks involved in the receipt, verification, storage, turn-in, and issuance of parts, materials, supplies, and equipment. Demonstrates continuous improvement projects operations, decrease cycle time and streamline work processes, and works cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service. GCSS ARMY Wave 2 trained. I have eight employees that I oversee daily.

June 2012 to December 2016 Army Fleet Support, Fort Rucker, AL

Supervisor, Quality Control / PQDR Manager at the Warehouse: Managed the Overall Product Quality Deficiency Reporting (PQDR) and Equipment Improvement Reporting (EIR) program at Ft Rucker. Investigates quality deficiency conditions, photographs unsatisfactory equipment, prepares related reports, researches applicable publications, performs storage and accountability of exhibits, and maintains related files. . I had six employees that I oversee daily.

January 2011 to June 2012 Army Fleet Support, Fort Rucker, AL

Supervisor, Quality Control / Alternate Quality Management Representative at AMSS: Appointed as the Alternate Quality Management Representative at the Aircraft Maintenance Support shops (AMSS). Responsible for managing the Quality Support Program. Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in the inspection and testing of aircraft, equipment, parts, supplies and materials. Implements and enforces quality policies and procedures that meet the requirements of ISO 9000 and the maintenance contract. Evaluates maintenance actions to ensure safe and reliable aircraft, components, and equipment are provided in accordance with current technical publications and directives. Reviews reports and confers with quality assurance, maintenance, management, and engineering personnel to solve work-related problems. Demonstrates continuous effort to improve operations, decrease cycle time and streamline work processes, and works cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service.

Offer saw the Quality Inspectors in the Back shops. Inspected aircraft components on AH64D, UH-60A/L/M, CH47F, OH-58A/C/D, TH-67, and TH-1.

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August 2010 to January 2011 Army Fleet Support, Fort Rucker, AL

Supervisor, Quality Control at Lowe Field: Responsible for managing the Quality Support Program. Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in the inspection and testing of aircraft, equipment, parts, supplies and materials. Implements and enforces quality policies and procedures that meet the requirements of ISO 9000 and the maintenance contract. Evaluates maintenance actions to ensure safe and reliable aircraft, components, and equipment are provided in accordance with current technical publications and directives. Reviews reports and confers with quality assurance, maintenance, management, and engineering personnel to solve work-related problems. Demonstrates continuous effort to improve operations, decrease cycle time and streamline work processes, and works cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service. Inspected aircraft components on UH-60A/L/M,

December 2008 to August 2010 Army Fleet Support, Fort Rucker, AL

Production Supervisor at Lowe Field: Responsible for all the daily unscheduled maintenance for 100 UH-60 helicopters assigned to Fort Rucker, AL. Supervises’ managers, assigns job assignments, and assists personnel to ensure the timely completion of all work for over 70 employees. Responsible for accurate reporting of all aircraft maintenance during assigned shift. Coordinates with other Production and Quality Control Supervisors to ensure smooth workflow from day to day and shift to shift.

May 2007 to December 2008 Army Fleet Support, Fort Rucker, AL

Maintenance Supervisor at Lowe Field: Supervised up to 30 personnel performing unscheduled maintenance in preparation for day-to-day UH-60 instructor / student pilot training. Ensures the quality of aircraft maintenance support, logistical support, personnel actions and other mission requirements are enforced or met. Liaison with the U.S. Army Aviation Command Logistics Division to insure a smooth workflow and to meet mission launch requirements.

April 2007 to May 2007 Army Fleet Support, Fort Rucker, AL

Quality Control Inspector at Lowe Field: Responsible for final quality of aircraft, aircraft components, component repair and overhaul. Responsible for procedural compliance of Company and Army standards. Inspects Company areas for housekeeping, safety, and environmental regulatory compliance. Performs technical inspections of aircraft, vehicles and equipment.

March 2005 to April 2007 Army Fleet Support, Fort Rucker, AL

Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic at Lowe Field: Performed organization and intermediate maintenance to include records management, daily inspections, periodic services, and unscheduled maintenance on airframes, drive trains, hydraulic, pneumatic, and rotor systems (to include rigging), on Sikorsky UH-60 helicopters.

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May 2004 to March 2005 Pemco World Air Services, Dothan, AL

Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic: Performed repairs and rigging on McDonnell Douglas DC-8, DC-9, Airbus 310, Boeing 737 and Lockheed L382 aircraft. Removed and installed the following: Engine mounts, Engine drains, Generators, Bore scope inspection plugs, Elevator, Rudders, Ailerons, Flaps, Boost Control system for Ailerons, Cabin flooring, Seats, Overhead bins, Cargo flooring and walls, Main landing gear, Nose landing gear, Brakes, Repacked Struts, APU, Air Condition Units, Cable Rigging, performed detailed operational checks on Flight controls and Landing gear systems, Serviced hydraulic systems. Certified by Northwest training Department in Nose landing gear repacking, Tail Cone rigging, and Slat rigging. Filled in as Temporary Lead man and Flight line mechanic.

August 2003 to April 2004 Pemco Aeroplex INC., Birmingham, AL

Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic: Performed inspections, repaired, and rigged C-130 aircraft. Removed and installed the following: Elevators, Rudders, Ailerons, Flaps, Main landing gear, Nose landing gear, Engines, Wings, APU, and Air Condition Unit. Performed detailed operation checks of Flight controls and Landing gear systems.

1988 - 2001 Goldendale Aluminum CO, Goldendale, WA

Crane operator, Industrial forklift operator (certified), Briquette truck driver, Lead Trainer for Cell operators - (Screened employees as to whether they advanced to the next desired position). Relief Foreman and Utility Operator.

Additional Duties:

Team leader in the Employee Involvement Program.

Implemented a Plant Employee Recognition Program.

Participated in several training program throughout the years.

Acted as team leader of the Emergency brigade for ten years.

Participated on the Civil Right’s Board with certification.

Education:

2002-2003 Big Bend Community College, Moses Lake, Washington

FAA Airframe & Powerplant Certificate

Diploma, Goldendale High School

1988 – 2001- 936 hours of Hazmat Training, (72 hours a year)

Types of Aircraft:

Beech craft Baron B55, Beechcraft Debonair B23, Bell UH-1 Helicopter, Piper Lance,

C-130, B, D, E, H, Lockheed L382, McDonnell Douglas DC-8, DC-9, Airbus 310, Boeing 737,

and Sikorsky UH-60.



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