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Power Plant Air Force

Stone Mountain, Georgia, United States
August 02, 2018

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Cecil L. Hamm

**** ********* ****, *** *** GA. **501 Cell# 770-***-****

Objective- To become an A&P/ Avionics Tech or CNC/Manual Machinist . I have a very strong mechanical background and a F.A.A.-A&P, F.C.C.-Avionics, CNC/ Manual Machinist and Automotive Certifications also advance knowledge in metallurgy, NDT inspection and CNC programming (M-code,N-code, G-code, MasterCam and CadCam) use precision measuring and portable coordinate measuring equipment tools to take accurate measurements. Available to work all shifts.

Employment History

Bus inspector/Diesel Tech/ Machinist 40+ hrs per week

Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid transit Authority 12/2013 to 6/2017

Bus Inspector, Completes inspection of and makes repairs to the mechanical, electrical, brake, transmission and pneumatic systems of the MARTA buses. Performs preventive maintenance on the MARTA buses by routinely maintaining and upgrading bus parts as they deteriorate.


1. Removes defective bus components such as power steering boxes, air conditioning compressors batteries, transmissions, and differentials; installs new or overhauled parts to the vehicles.

Completes visual and auditory inspections using a variety of equipment such as volt ammeters, pressure gauges, and other testing equipment to perform trouble shooting and diagnosis to mechanical, fuel lubrication, electrical, brake, transmission and pneumatic systems of the MARTA buses.

3. Performs road service when bus has mechanical failure, operating road service truck and performing repairs to the vehicle on sight.

4. Assists and instructs other employees on work methods and procedures in various types of diagnosis and repairs.

5. Assists in retrieving vehicles from accident scenes and adverse weather conditions.

6. Records all information of appropriate repair on inspection forms. Verifies settings and programs by measuring positions, first-run part, and sample work pieces adhering to DFP standards.

• Maintains part specifications by observing machining operations.

• Monitors the feed and speed of machines during the machining process, taking measurements, detecting program error and malfunctions.

• Troubleshooting processes, adjusting and reprogramming controls.

• Adheres to DFP quality assurance procedures and processes specifications.

• Maintains equipment by completing instructed preventive maintenance requirements, following manufacturer's and DFP instructions. Troubleshooting malfunctions and reporting to management any needed equipment repairs.

7. Uses steam cleaning equipment to clean engines, transmissions and other components as needed in performing repairs to buses.

8. Performs other related duties as assigned

9. Programmed special CNC lathe to bring disc brakes to within .0005 tolerance.

10. Programs mills, router and lathes by entering instructions, including zero and reference points, setting tool registers and offsets, compensation, and conditional switches, calculating requirements including basic math (geometry, and trigonometry) proving part programs.

Alcon (Johns creek, GA.) Dates 03/2013 to 12/2013

(Randstad) 40+ hrs per week

CNC Machinist, Linear Tech B

-Ensures mold supply (on mold burn in procedure and keep up with mold inventory) for production needs. Accomplishment of tasks assigned and per SOP and policies governing Mold Tool Set Up (MTSU) operation and support of production. Ensures current in training and certification requirements. Provides feedback on duty performance, to MTSU Coordinator and MTSU Team Leader Atlanta (ATL). Makes recommendations to Coordinator and Team leader, MTSU (ATL) concerning issues affecting the shift and its performance. Performs other duties as assigned. The MTSU shift team is a support organization, which provides technical support on the molds and tools in assigned formations operating in production on the linear tables. As such, the organization must be flexible, extremely responsive and always accurate in the performance of their duties and responsibilities. Repairing tools and replacing defective molds. Returning assigned tools to production in required spec. Ensure that all paperwork is correct and that there are no mistakes made with mold placement in the tools. Checking the tool lay-out sheets for assigned tables, interact with Linear table operators and decide as of when a tool needs to be serviced. Checking tool data from the Linear table on mold performance and compare this along with the lay-out sheets to decide what action is needed. Complete weekly mold inventory. Provide technical, customer relations, and personnel management for major programs and projects. Must communicate effectively with assigned Coordinator as well as MTSU Team leader to attain objectives and accomplish assigned targets and goals. Conduct administrative support on behalf of the Coordinator. Maintain a Safety first work environment and support the Dailies SMU safety program. Comply with lean manufacturing principles and work with leads and supervisors to explore and implement best practices in the manufacturing process

Unemployed Dates 09/2012- 03/2014

Lockheed Martin (Ft. Worth, TX) Dates 05/2012 – 09/2012

(PMG) 40+ hrs per week

F-35 Structural Assembly, A&P Tech.

-Assemble F-35 Airframe I.A.W all F.A.A., Lockheed Martin OEM's, Blue Prints and OSHA Regulations

-Obtain all equipment, parts, materials and tools to perform all operations

Using Lockheed Martin's in house internet system

-Use overhead crane to position airframe.

-Report all discrepancies to shift lead or manager.

-Perform all operations within time requirements.

-Properly use and dispose of all hazardous materials I.A.W all regulations and procedures.

Unemployed Dates 01/1998- 05/2012

FEDEX (New York, N.Y) Dates 10/1991- 01/1998

Courier Driver 40+ hrs per week

-Deliver and pickup packages along with assisting customers face to face and over the phone concerning packages and other Fedex services.

-Handle hazardous packages and exhibit proper precaution and care.

-Sort packages I.A.W. drop off points and route taken.

-Use CDL license with Hazardous endorsement to operate heavy vehicles to load, deliver and pick up packages along route.

-Obtain signatures and document delivery time, location and recipient.

-Communicate with customers to verify shipping label information.

Unemployed Dates 07/1990- 10/1991

Aero Component Technology Dates 01/1986- 07/1990

CNC/ Manual Machinist 40+ hrs per week

-Proper use and set up of all machine tools

-Determine proper cutters, set ups, speeds, feeds and cutting solutions.

-Knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics and application.

-Control Machines and processes- using either control mechanism or direct

-Obtain information for machining practices from machinist manuals

-Use logic reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.

-Generate or adapt equipment and technology to serve user needs

-Read and understand all scales for all measuring equipment.

United States Air Force Dates 05/1981-07/1989

Aircraft Munitions Systems Inspector 40+ hrs per week

The Munitions and Weapons Career Field includes assembling, maintaining, storing, delivering, inventory managing, and loading nonnuclear munitions and solid propellants; and handling and aircraft loading nuclear munitions and guided aircraft missiles and rockets.

It includes installing, maintaining, and repairing aircraft munitions release and monitor systems, bomb racks, shackles, aircraft machine guns, and cannons; and assembling mechanical components of guided aircraft missiles and rockets. It also includes inspecting, assembling, maintaining, inventory managing, and modernizing mechanical, electrical, electronic, and high explosive components of nuclear weapons and warheads, air launched missiles, reentry vehicles, associated test equipment, and radiological survey instruments. Included in this field are functions of testing mechanical, electrical, and electronic components for acceptance; installing, operational checking, and repairing weapons, warheads, air launched missiles, missile turbojet engines, and reentry vehicle components; surveying and plotting radiation hazards; using and maintaining specialized radiac instruments; munitions disposal activities; and technical escort functions associated with chemical munitions.

Education and Certificates

Aviation Institute of Maintenance Dates 09/2009-11/2011

Aviation Maintenance Technical Engineer

-Alpha Beta Kappa- Cum Laude

-F.A.A. – Airframe and Power plant, License # 3621644

-F.C.C.- Avionics (Electronics), License # 002*******

-Michelin- Aircraft Tire Expert- Levels I and II

Course curriculum

-Troubleshooting, inspecting and repairing of reciprocating and turbine engines.

-Structural modifications Cessna 172, 310, 337, Skymaster, Piper Aztec and Jetstream 30

-Maintenance, repair and modifications on all aircraft operating systems- electrical, hydraulics, pneumatics, and environmental systems.

-Assemble WWI Sopwith aircraft from modified blueprints.

-Machine special parts I.A.W. modified blueprints

-Aircraft acetylene wielding procedures and principles

-Composite repair, construction, principles and applications

-Sheet metal repair, modifications and replacement procedures and applications.

-Identification and proper use of all tools and support equipment.

-Advance Blueprint Reading

Gwinnett Technical College Dates 09/2007 – 06/2009

CNC/ Manual Machine Tool Technology

-CNC/ Manual Machinist, Certification- Georgia State

Course curriculum

-Introduction to machine tool- Bench work (Micrometers/ Calipers/ Layouts/ Saws/ drill press and all associated equipment and tools.

-Basic Blueprint Reading- Interpretation and sketching of drawings ( including geometric tolerance)

-Basic and advance Lathe operations to include – Turning, Facing, tapers, threading, inside and outside diameter.

-Basic and advance mill operations to include- Set-ups, Dialing –in Rotary tables and chucks.

-Surface Grinding- Precision grinding on horizontal and cylindrical grinders to +/- .0002 tolerance

-Machine tool math I & II- Applied Algebra and Right angle trigonometry

-CADCAM, MasterCam, N-code and G-code programming

United States Air Force, Denver, CO. Dates 05/1981-11/1981

Aircraft Munitions Maintenance Technician

-Graduated with 4.0

Automotive High School, Bklyn, N.Y. Dates 09/1976- 06/1980

Automotive Maintenance and Repair

-Automotive Maintenance Technician, N.Y. State Certification

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