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Jacksonville, Florida, United States
August 29, 2018

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Management Position

Industry Preference: Manufacturing Aerospace

Qualifications Profile

Seasoned, strategic, and results-oriented professional offering wide-ranging experience in organizational leadership, maintenance management, and crisis communication. Highly effective at delivering the highest quality of products and services through efficient management and coordination of all projects and programs. Recognized for adeptness in policies and procedural development, logistics operations, and inspections. Equipped with interpersonal, communication, and leadership capabilities in developing organizational practices and standards to achieve set-forth goals and objectives; coupled with strong work ethic in fulfilling assigned tasks. Currently hold Active Secret Clearance.

Areas of Experience

Operations Management Project Development System Maintenance Materials and Equipment Handling

Inventory and Cost Control Safety and Quality Assurance Staff Development and Training

Continuous Process Improvement

Relevant Experience

Sierra Nevada Corporation • Moody Air Force Base, Valdosta, GA

Aviation Material Handler Senior 2017–2018

Provided training and coaching to Afghanistan military members on loading and unloading of munitions on the aircraft; as well as education to foreign nationals regarding concept of weapons systems operations

Facilitated training to personnel regarding routing maintenance on ejections seats and other EGRESS systems

Ensured the compliance of all special instruction bulletins, as well ordered and forecasted availability of all required materials for both state side operations

Maintained communication with logistics service, ensuring the availability of useable consumable inventory to attain all scheduled maintenance requirements

Sikorsky Support Services, Inc. • VFC-111 NAS, Key West, FL

Senior Weapons Lead 2014–2016

Led 35 personnel on daily operations of intermediate and organizational/flight line, including performing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on assigned aircraft/aircraft systems, components, and support equipment

Observed compliance with all Department of Defense (DoD) and company and manufacturing directives/policies, as well as environmental, health and safety regulations, policies and mandated quality assurance, security, explosive safety, and all other applicable Navy/Air Force and company program requirements

Played a significant role as Collateral Duty Quality Assurance Representative (CDQAR) responsible for ensuring compliance with all technical service bulletins to related systems, as well as supervised the validation/verification procedures on proposed technical changes for accuracy and audited work centers procedures for compliance

Oversaw the inventory of all aircraft armament equipment through AWIS website, and tracked all messages and checked to guarantee adherence to aircraft armament equipment

Validated all checklist and work center publications for updates and relevant

Maintained the inventory of training assets utilizing Ordnance Information System (OIS), while managing Notice of Ammunition Reclassification (NARS) for assets serviceable condition

Key Accomplishments:

Minimized turnaround time by 35% and obtained $7.5K savings on repair cost per item by overseeing new maintenance procedures on existing gear

Reduced cost of repair by conducting I-Level repairs on LAU-100/101 through additive-increase/multiplicative-decrease (AIMD)

Earned numerous recognitions, including Employee of the Quarter in 1st Quarter 2016

United States Navy • Various Location (1994-2014)

Senior Weapons Inspector – NAS, Jacksonville, FL 2012–2014

Built Martine Patrol Reconnaissance Weapons School to educate patrol squadrons in ordnance on appropriate loading and unloading and system test procedures

Designed effective classroom materials for mentoring personnel on the proper weapons handling procedures on the P-3 and P-8 aircraft

Contributed key inputs in creating critical loading manuals for the newly P-8 aircraft

Instructed and managed personnel on preparation and inspection of weapons loading procedures on aircraft to more than 1,000 students across 15 deployable organizations

Established new grading criteria to evaluate commands on the performance of the loading of weapons on aircrafts for deployable status

Weapons School Inspector/Advisor – NAS, Jacksonville, FL 2012–2014

Wrote and supported Fleet Weapons Support Team (FWST) with the release and control test checklist for the P-3 and P-8 weapon systems, such as ALE-47 countermeasure system

Provided instruction to personnel on correct handling and assembly of ALE-47 system components

Ensured that all squadrons acquired the best observations of daily operations by modifying inspection directives

Coordinated with CPRG to determine mission requirements and support equipment shortfalls for the P-8 aircraft

Offered hands-on assistance to PMA-290 to establish loading and downloading and test procedures on various weapons systems within P-3 and P-8 aircraft

Demonstrated growth-driven mindset for the enhancement of readiness capabilities of maritime patrol fleet

Conducted thorough inspection and provided recommendations on explosive storage areas of squadrons facilities

Communicated with commanding officers and contract pricing reference guides (CPRG) regarding the results and recommendations identified throughout training and inspections

Key Accomplishment:

Generated 40% increase in inspection results by facilitating new training procedures with the squadrons

Senior Manager, Operation Enduring Freedom – Virginia Beach, VA 2008–2012

Rendered leadership to 250 personnel in performing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on 12 aircraft

Functioned as quality assurance supervisor in charge of leading 49 personnel to execute routine audits and compliance with Naval Air Command

Key Accomplishment:

Received the Naval Achievement Medal for outstanding management of ordnance work center that supported Operation Enduring Freedom

Leading Petty Officer, Weapons and Quality Assurance Work Center – Virginia Beach, FL 2008–2012

Directed 25 personnel in the ordnance work center on proper maintenance practices for 12 F-18C aircraft

Utilized AWIS to update all AAE and transferred to AIMD for the equipment’s scheduled maintenance

Managed work centers technical publication library to ensure all checklist and publications up-to-date and all IRACs changes implementations

Served as subject matter expert in maintenance management by handling all ordnance operations across squadron and maintaining 12 aircraft totaling of $42M

Implemented the quality control assurance program, including supervising six quality assurance representatives in performing inspections, monitoring all work centers, and verifying personnel

Reviewed all incoming maintenance in alignment with applicable equipment assigned, as well as aircraft logbooks to secure the completeness of all forms to obtain safe for flight requirements

Informed maintenance officer regarding performance and compliance of the squadron with the directives created by Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP)

Determined continuous flow of F/A-18 engineering change proposals and service bulletins, while using Naval Aviation Maintenance Discrepancy Reporting Program (NAMDRP) in delivering report consisting with unusual failure rates of aircraft components and systems

Earlier Positions Held:

Senior/Lead Inspector – Virginia Beach, VA

Lead Petty Officer, Ordnance Work Center – Virginia Beach, VA

Nigh Shift Supervisor, Strike Fighter Squadron – Lemoore, CA

Ordnance Support Equipment Technician – Norfolk Naval Station, Norfolk, VA

Textile Mill • Dalton, GA

Warehouse Manager

Naval Enlisted Classifications Held (NEC)

P-3 Systems Organizational Maintenance Technician

Hazardous Material Control Management Technician

F/A 18 E/F Systems Organizational Career Maintenance Technician

F/A 18 A/B/C/D Systems Organizational Maintenance Technician

F/A 18 E/F Systems Organizational Initial Maintenance Technician

F/A 18 Systems Organizational Initial Maintenance Technician

Other Experience

USPS • Orange Carrier Assistant

City Carrier Assistant 2014


Master of Business Administration, In Progress (Expected Graduation Date: Jan 2019)

Southern New Hampshire University • Manchester, NH

National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration • 2016

Southern New Hampshire University • Manchester, NH

Graduated magna cum laude

Professional Development

P-3 Conventional Weapons Loading

P-3C A/O System Organizational Maintenance

Technical Publications Librarian

Quality Assurance

Maintenance Control/ Senior Supervisor OOMA Fam

NADEP Aircraft Corrosion Control Course

Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition

Hazardous Material Control Technician

Primary Leadership Development

Naval Aviation MAF/SCIR Documentation School

F/A 18 Armament Conventional Weapons

FA-18 Conventional Weapons

First Line Leadership Development

F/A 18 Armament

Mobile Ordnance Training Team

Apprentice Training

Recruit Training

Awards and Honors

Navy Commendation Medal

Navy and Marine Achievement Medal (4)

John Finn AO Award for Leadership, 2012

Good Conduct Medal (5)

Technical Acumen

Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, and Word) Pages Numbers Keynote Adobe Minitab

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