OBJECTIVE: Seeking position as Crew Dragon Recovery Technician
PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY: An experienced Avionics Electrician and Supervisor with 5 years in the Marine Corps with a good understanding of how too effectively: read, comprehend and implement electrical schematics and engineering blueprints.
Attention to Detail
Dec 2013-Present, 6337 Avionics Electrician, US Marine Corps
Effectively used knowledge and experience as an Avionics Electrician to train and produce 14 new Collateral Duty Inspectors resulting in an increase of maintenance tasks completed.
Supervised and work center of 30 Marines on a day to day basis and strategically employed them to execute a multitude of maintenance tasks.
Managed a work center workload of 200 maintenance tasks and decreased the workload by 20% over a one month period.
Contributed to the training of six forward air controller (airborne) instructor pilots over a 6 month period.
Manage and improved the tracking maintenance assets with a rough cost of $3.5M to $4M.
Collaborated with four other work centers to cross train Marines to increase productivity across the maintenance department.
Launched and recovered 742 combat sorties over a 6 month period with a completion rating of 100% resulting in 5,936 flight hours and 248,000 pounds of ordinance dropped.
Exceeded senior personnel’s expectations by becoming the first cross trained collateral duty inspector between the Avionics Technician work center and the Avionics Electrician work center within peer group.
Demonstrated exceptional technical ability by completing 24 technical directive aircraft changes on 12 aircraft over a 10 hour period, exceeding expectation of completion by two days.
Marine Avionics (MV) Apprentice Technical Training-Naval Air Technical Training Center, Pensacola, FL (May 07, 2014- June 09, 2014)
Aviation Warfare Apprenticeship Training (AP) - Naval Air Technical Training Center, Pensacola, FL (Jun 16, 2014- June 25, 2014)
Aviation Electrician’s Mate Stand, Class A1 - Naval Air Technical Training Center, Pensacola, FL (Jun 26, 2014 – Aug 22, 2014)
F/A-18 Electrical/ Instrument Systems Organizational Maintenance – Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit, Oceana Virginia Beach, VA (Oct 08, 2014 – Nov 12, 2014)
F/A-18 Wire Bundle and Connector Repair Organizational Maintenance - Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit, NAS Oceana Virginia Beach, VA (Nov 13, 2014 – Nov 26, 2014)