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Advanced aircraft engine mechanic

Location:
Nashua, New Hampshire, United States
Posted:
November 29, 2018

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Charles G. Robinson

** ******** *****

Nashua, NH 03063

P: 603-***-****

E: ac7tyo@r.postjobfree.com

Objective: To pursue a position in mechanical assembly where I can contribute my leadership skills, attention to detail, efficiency and ability to work both autonomously and in a team oriented environment.

Education

Everett Vocational High School- High School Diploma 1967

East Coast Aerotech Aircraft Maintenance Program-attendance 04/1976-08/1977

General Electric Technical Education Operation Manufacturing Studies Program- completed June 1983

General Electric Advanced Aircraft Engine Mechanics Training Course-completed 02/06/06

Military Service

United States Airforce, September 1968-1972

Aircraft Maintenance Specialist Training- (13 weeks) Shepard Airforce Base, Texas

Crew Chief Training-(6 months) Seymour Johnson Airforce Base, North Carolina

Assistant Crew Chief for F4 Phantom Aircrafts- (1 year) Korat RTAFB-Korat, Thailand

Crew Chief/Row Chief- Laughlin Airforce Base-Pilot Training Base- Del Rio, Texas

-In charge of three 1st class Airmen and nine aircraft

-Non-Commissioning Officer in charge of end of aircraft prior to aircraft take-off (fueled & defueled aircraft; removed and replaced tires and oil filters)

Employment

Brooks Automation- Chelmsford, Ma:

-Mechanical Assembler (12/18/17-2/25/18

Assembled sub- assemblies- including circuit boards using hand tools, torque wrenches and measuring devices, filled out appropriate

work sheets- checked off different operations when complete, entered data into computer when finished

General Electric- Lynn, MA: 3/09/79-3/31/2017

-Advanced Aircraft Engine Mechanic (7/15/93-3/31/2017): Assembled Sub-assemblies on production engine line. Deprepped ancillary hardware and prepped engine for inspection, repairing faults and prepping of engine prior to shipping to customer.

-Assembly & Test Turbine (1/6/93-7/15/93; 1/3/84-12/30/87; 4/4/82-12/30/82): Assembled, tested, and prepped for shipment of naval drive systems (turbines and gear sets).

-Production Jet Engine Tester (1/3/89-1/3/93; 1/4/83-4/7/83; 3/1981-12/18/81): Installed and prepped jet engines in test cells for testing. Tested jet engines during breaking-in period and other scheduled test events. Removed engines from test cells. Deprepped and preserved engines for final inspection.

-Development Engine Tester (1/3/87-1/3/89; 7/1983-1/3/84): Installed and prepped jet engines during all phases of engine development through core testing, engineering and instrumentation in test cell including deprepping of engine and returning engines to assembly area.

-Fuel Control Tester (12/21/81-4/2/82): Tested jet engine fuel controls on fuel control test stand. Accepted or rejected controls and preserved accepted controls for final inspection.

-Sheet Metal “B” Bench-hand/Lead-hand (3/12/79-3/81): Deburred and cleaned aircraft engine part for military jet engines.



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