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Manager Customer Service

Location:
Corpus Christi, TX
Salary:
30.00
Posted:
March 19, 2019

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Ruben Lopez

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

Corpus Christi, Tx **414

Home: 361-***-****

Cell: 361-***-****

CORPUS CHRISTI ARMY DEPOT

T-700 COMPRESSOR SHOP (P62B4)

WG-10 AIRCRAFT MECHANIC

Salary: $ 31.24 per hour

Work Experience:

Duties: I currently evaluate, disassemble, repair, overhaul, modify and perform final buildup of Army and Cross-service aircraft turbine engine compressor assemblies as required. Determine depth of repairs consistent with current depot programs to restore variety of aircraft engine compressor assemblies to serviceable condition. I am responsible for stamping and certifying the shop traveler and verifying that other shop workers have stamped certified the shop traveler for work done prior to selling the final product to an inspectors. I can also disassemble and visually examine parts and components for witch the unit is in the prime shop. Also perform dimensional checks (Numerex and Electronic Run-out Measuring machine) and I can identifies parts that clearly cannot be reworked and initiates further routing of the other shops like (machining, metal spray, plating, welding, ect. ) as required to assure parts are within required specifications and requirements for close tolerances. I have the expertise in the repair and overhaul of compressors to perform maintenance and repair tasks necessary to return turbine engines to serviceable condition at field activities. I know subassemblies and accessory systems in order to evaluate, disassemble, overhaul, modify and perform final buildup of the unit consisting of different types and models of compressor assemblies. I have a thorough knowledge of engine compressor case and rotor disassembly practices such as sequences of disassembly of subassemblies and components to allow best use of tools and to prevent damage to parts or injury to self. I use methods of freeing frozen or damaged parts and fasteners to prevent further damage to them or any attached parts, or use of special disassembly jugs and tools to work efficently. Have the knowledge of mechanical systems in order to assemble parts to close tolerances. I am able to perform skilled engine compressor assembly and adjustment test to achieve critical tolerances and measurements. I can diagnose problems such as locating nicks or burrs in machined surfaces, which force assemblies out of alignment or improper size of parts. I know how to interpret technical orders such as shop travelers and specification. I am skilled in the use of measuring instruments common to the trade such as micrometers, and thickness and stretch gages to check used parts for deviation form original specifications and selection of matching parts. I have the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with people of diverse education and technical backgrounds. Also to interpret, analysis applications of blueprints, specifications, and other technical directives. I can utilize a variety of precision measuring devices such as a dial indicator, pressure gauge, go-no-go gauges, depth gauges, inside and outside micrometers, bore gauges. A use the electronic Tech library for further investigations, DMWR’s, Fed log, SIMA, ALPS, and PAM. I have extensive knowledge of operating principles and fuctions of the various systems of aircraft compressors, engines and the turbines. I can prep the compressor case, rotor and the other parts on the final table. Also prep them for different shops such as (cleaning, machine, metal spray and welding). I do all these duties with limited supervision.

L3 Comunications (01/07/2009) – Journeyman Mechanic

Corpus Christi, Texas United States

Supervisor: Manuel Garcia - 361-***-****; Contact: Yes

Salary: $ 24.06 per hour

Duties: I currently evaluate, disassemble, repair, overhaul, modify and perform final buildup of Army and Cross-service aircraft turbine engine compressor assemblies as required. Determine depth of repairs consistent with current depot programs to restore variety of aircraft engine compressor assemblies to serviceable condition. I am responsible for stamping and certifying the shop traveler and verifying that other shop workers have stamped certified the shop traveler for work done prior to selling the final product to an inspectors. I can also disassemble and visually examine parts and components for witch the unit is in the prime shop. Also perform dimensional checks (Numerex and Electronic Run-out Measuring machine) and I can identifies parts that clearly cannot be reworked and initiates further routing of the other shops like (machining, metal spray, plating, welding, ect. ) as required to assure parts are within required specifications and requirements for close tolerances. I have the expertise in the repair and overhaul of compressors to perform maintenance and repair tasks necessary to return turbine engines to serviceable condition at field activities. I know subassemblies and accessory systems in order to evaluate, disassemble, overhaul, modify and perform final buildup of the unit consisting of different types and models of compressor assemblies. I have a thorough knowledge of engine compressor case and rotor disassembly practices such as sequences of disassembly of subassemblies and components to allow best use of tools and to prevent damage to parts or injury to self. I use methods of freeing frozen or damaged parts and fasteners to prevent further damage to them or any attached parts, or use of special disassembly jugs and tools to work efficently. Have the knowledge of mechanical systems in order to assemble parts to close tolerances. I am able to perform skilled engine compressor assembly and adjustment test to achieve critical tolerances and measurements. I can diagnose problems such as locating nicks or burrs in machined surfaces, which force assemblies out of alignment or improper size of parts. I know how to interpret technical orders such as shop travelers and specification. I am skilled in the use of measuring instruments sommon to the trade such as micrometers, and thickness and stretch gages to check used parts for deviation form original specifications and selection of matching parts. I have the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with people of diverse education and technical backgrounds. Also to interpret, and analysis applications of blueprints, specifications, and other technical directives. I can utilize a variety of precision measuring devices such as a dial indicator, pressure gauge, go-no-go gauges, depth gauges, inside and outside micrometers, bore gauges. A use the electronic Tech library for further investigations, DMWR’s, Fed log, SIMA, ALPS, and PAM. I have a extensive knowledge of operating principles and fuctions of the various systems of aircraft compressors, engines and the turbines. I can prep the compressor case, rotor and the other parts on the final table. Also prep them for different shops such as (cleaning, machine, metal spray and welding).

Salary: $22.80 per hour

Duties: I disassemble the following aircraft engines, T-700, T-701c,T-700d and the T-55.This includes all parts, components and accessories for restoration purposes . I receive duties from supervisor and perform them in a timely manner with out assistance. I perform disassembly duties in compliance with verbal instructions, manufacturers specifications, technical manuals, maintenance manuals and difined shop practices. I use safty wire and other fasteners to secure documents such as DEXS travlers to parts. I have performed the duties list below with little or no supervision. I perform the full functions of engine disassembling on the listed engines above. I perform the duties of disassembling the engines and the parts in accordance to PSA instructions to prepare the engine for test (OCM). I perform the functions of removing the T-700 Accessory Gearbox by removing components such as the alternator, oil temp sensor, oil pressure transmitter, chip detector, oil cooler relief valve, lube and scavenge pump, oil filter, bypass valve, lube oil cooler, boost pump, fuel filter, fuel pressure sensor, hydro-mechanical unit and sequence valve/P.O.U. I disassemble the T-700 Hot Section by removing the combustion liner, 1st stage nozzle, 1st stage rotor, gas generator turbine stator, and 2ndstage rotor. I disassemble the power turbine module by removing the thermocouple assembly, oil lines and sensors then separating the turbine case from the exhaust frame. I disassemble the exhaust frame by removing heat shield, c-sump cover, bearing nut, No.6 bearing, spacer and then the c-sump housing. Disassemble of the c-sump go as follow remove the No.6 and No.5 Bearing support, the No.5 Bearing, the Carbon Seal and oil nozzles. I disassemble the Turbine case by removing the outer turbine duct, stage 3 shroud segments, heat shield, air seal, stage 4 segments, stage 3 nozzle segments and nozzle segment seal. I disassemble the Power Turbine rotor and drive shaft components by removing the rotating seal, 3rd and 4th stage rotors and the 4th stage turbine nozzle. I also disassamble the T-700 Cold Section by removing the diffuser, mid-frame, compressor rotor assembly, compressor stator assembly, the A-Sump output assembly, electrical control unit, power drive assembly, history recorder, anti-icing valve, and ignition exciter. I disassembled the diffuser and mid-frame assembly go as follow remove the outer balance piston seal, combustor inner shroud with special tools. I remove the diffuser case swirl plate, centrifugal diffuser, compressor discharge stationary air seal, No.4 bearing seal and No.4 bearing support from midframe casing. I have disassemble the Mainframe by removing the boroscope plug, oil level sight glasses, radial drive shaft and oil tank cover with the use of special tools. I have Disassembled the compressor rotor assembly by removing the joint sectors on actuating rings on the right and left side case halves and compressor rotor. I have further disassembled the compressor rotor by removing the locknut, turbine shaft, compressor discharge seal and No.3 seal all done with special tools. I disassemble the A-Sump by removing the three locknuts, No.1 and No.2 bearing, oil/air jets, transfer tubes and the carbon seal all done with special tools. I have also disassembled the T-55 Aircraft engine by removing compressor assemblies, subassemblies and components and accessory system for PSA evaluation. I have disassembled the cold and hot sections in the correct sequence in order to allow best use of hand tools and to prevent damage to parts or injury to self. I have disassemble the T-55 by removing the coil and the lead assembly, electrical cable assembly, starter drive assembly, oil level indicator housing, fuel filter and different pressure indicator, and fuel control. I have removed 1st, 2nd 3rd and 4th stage rotors and nozzles by using special tools. I have remove the thermocouple lead assembly, main fuel assembly, bus bar, inner fire shield, rear fire shield, combustion housing assembly, atomizing valve assembly and flow divider. I have removed corroded, worn or damage parts by use of special disassembly jigs and tools to prevent further damage to parts. I assist PSA with aircraft inspection of the parts and components by verifying correct serial number, part numbers and visually examine parts for dents, scratches, corrosion or other damage that exceeds allowable tolerances. I meet all proper safety equipment requirements. I am proficient in the use of precision measuring devices such as micrometers, dial indicators, depth gauges, torque wrenches. I have trained military personnel and mechanics from other shops on the disassembly of the T-700 and the T-55, aircraft maintenance, cold modules and power turbines. I have disassembled the T-55 714 Pilot Engine and I assisted PSA in identifying all part numbers, serial numbers and routing of all parts. I perform these duties in support of overhaul, repair, modification, fabrication, manufacturing and other processing on aircraft and/or aircraft parts, components, subassembly and aircraft assembly. I use various tools that include hand tools such as hammers, screwdrivers. I also use power tools such as pneumatic ratchet and impact gun, speed control ratchet. I have done repair, overhaul disassemble on the T-700, T-700-701, T-700-701C, T-700-T700D, and the T-55 I have cleaned, lubricated and assembly of rotary wing aircraft parts, components, and subassemblies. I have prepared aircraft parts for test, preservation, painting, storage and containerization. I have checked items for obvious wear, cracks, nicks, burrs, and other surface defects. I use solvents, brushes, buffers, scouring pads to clean or sand surface, replacing plugs, nuts, gaskets, and safety wiring. I have used lifting, carrying and holding devices to hold materials in position during assembly or fabrication processes. I have used templates to cut materials that are needed. I have fastened parts together by using bolts, rivets, and screws, taking measurements, tagging, sorting or binding material/part. I have done cleaning around work areas and lubricating shop equipment, I also used various production shop equipment, hand tools, measuring devices, and power tools. I have performed borescope inspections using precision measurement equipment, tooling and specialized tools. I follow and practice F.O.D prevention, TQM, housekeeping, applied safety and health policy regulations, surety tool control and operate overhead and mechanized equipment. I have cleaned and degreased aircraft engine, transmission, and accessory parts. I inspect parts and equipment for cleanliness, damage to ensure the finished product is in compliance with army aviation standards and regulations as proscribed in DMWRS (Depot Maintenance Work Requirements), shop travelers and maintenance manuals. I have scrubed, scraped, and spray machine parts and equipment, utilizing various tools such as scrapers, brushes, cleaning cloths, cleansers, disinfectants, acids, abrasives, vacuums and high pressure water and air hose. I have routinely operated industrial washers utilizing steam pressure degreaser solution, and authorized solvents to remove dirt, grease, and aircraft paint form aircraft engine and transmission parts. I have used media bead blasting machines to remove paint, rust, carbon, corrosion, dirt, and foreign substances form components, parts and accessories and I am meticulous in using the proper techniques, process standards, shop practices and instructions form higher grade employees at all times. I have performed proper cleaning processes and properly utilize the cleaning and degreasing solutions in order to ensure that the required degree of cleanliness and overall acceptability is met as required. I use chemicals and processes to clean aircraft parts include A.02 utilizing Brulin for paint stripping, A.06/A.03 utilizing Turco and Permanganate for hot chemical cleaning of aircraft parts. I have used A.05 and PD-680 for hand cleaning and Blue Gold for steam cleaning various parts, A.21 plastic Media Blast and A.16 Ultrasonic cleaner using Intex 8201. I have used both hot and cold cleaning solutions in tanks. I have applied corrosion preventive compound by dipping parts in various tanks and vats. Other cleaning and degreasing solutions I routinely use incude caustic soda, carbon removing compounds and paint stripper. I have operated power driven wire and cloth brush cleaners. I have also routinely utilized the technical manual and DMWRS in the performance of my duties. I meticulously comply with the regulations governing the use of personal protective equipment in accordance with all U.S Army, OSHA and Health Administration, and Corpus Christi Army Depot safety regulations, rules and procedures. While utilizing various tools, solvents, and hazardous materials, I wear proper PPE. I have never been sited or disciplined for failure to follow proper safety procedures. I have been identified by my supervisors on numerous occasions for my dedication to maintaining a safe work environment for both myself and my coworkers. I perform on a routine basis cleaning and polishing machinery. I have rinsed aircraft parts and place them on drying rack and I use cloth, squeegees, or high pressure air compressors to dry surfaces. I have operated equipment valves to regulate pressure and flow of water, air, steam, and abrasives form sprayer nozzles, pre-soaked or rinsed machine parts and equipment by immersing objects in cleaning solutions or water. I have lubricated moving parts on machinery and equipment and I carefully read all requirements and procedures listed on the traveler prior to beginning the required processes in order to ensure that the work is done correctly and that no rework is required. I have assisted journeyman/ higher graded trades-person do reworks by close supervision of the tes, troubleshoot, and installation, repair, and the modification of electrical and avionics systems, subsystems, and components. I have a good understanding of shop and different work procedures, to disassemble, clean, and toute parts to meet daily schedules and priorities. I have worked using Fedlog to identify parts, materials, and substitutes.

Turf & Irrigation (Apr. 2004-2008) Parts Manager

933 Airline, Corpus Christi, Texas United States

Supervisor: Logan Johnson

Salary: $9.50 per hour

Hours per week: 40+

Duties: Parts Manager

Parts Manager Stock, order and inventory parts received. I prepare requisitions for repairable, parts and other materials required meeting production shop work schedules, bases on allowable stock levels, usage rate, and projected workload. I receive materials, parts ordered or to be reworked. I also have the ability to examine items received to verify identity, quantity and work order numbers. After inventoring parts or materials received i refer unsolved shortages to production manager and also the supervisor. After shortage issues have occurd, I prepare documents to return unneeded items to supplier. After proper documentation has been formulated, we use proper material handling equipment to transport materials and items to the correct location. We make arrangements with shop supervisors to advance the processing of critical lawn service equipement. I maintain various status reports/records of items in process completed, on order and on hand. I also overhaul and assemble 2 and 4 cycle engines. I clean, adjust, disassemble, and assemble carburetores. I have a knowlegeable backround on transmissions, shafts, and gears. During assembly, we lubricate and test the component for cracks, nicks and other surface defects on the transmission shafts to provide a safe and good working product. I have technical knowledge on how to troubleshoot and replace spark plugs, gaskets, and other materials to make our components work properly and safely. I can install grease fittings and other related hardware. I have been trained and have the ability on carrying and holding materials in position during the assembly or fabrication processes of carburetores and transmission of small engines and or lawnmowers. My everyday skills require me to commonly use the technique of fastening parts together by using bolts, rivets, and screws. Some tool useage requires me to use various hand tools, measuring devices, and power tools such as; press drills, drill bits, techometers, impact wreches, side winders, micrometers, calipers, depth mircometers, compression gauges, spark testers and other precision measuring equipment. Im also very experienced in troubleshooting engines using diagnostic test equipment and technical manuals. I always use appropriate safety equipment as required for different tasks that are related to everyday work requirements. I can identify and locate parts that are needed for a specific job using parts illustrated breakdowns in either hard copies or digital technical manuals. I have the special skills to use working hand tools both standard and metric. My everyday work duties also require me to inspect, clean, repair and install engine ignition coils; and are not limited to adjusting carburetors on small engines and transmissions. I would provide 100% customer service. I also dealt and handled large amounts of cash.



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