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Maintenance Quality

Location:
Palm Bay, Florida, United States
Posted:
December 30, 2015

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JUAN FERNANDEZ

*** ****** ***** ***, ******, GA *1322

Phone: 912-***-****

Email acsynb@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY

A quality driven aviation maintenance professional with over 16 years of progressive experience. I have a history of innovative thinking and ability to multi-task under tight constraints and deadlines with proven results, which has resulted in increased responsibility and promotions. My diverse aviation experience, strong understanding of industry best practices, drive for excellence, and ability to lead and provide guidance to others has prepared me for the next step in my career.

SKILLS

Airframe & Power Plant Repair

Structural Maintenance/Repair

Composites Maintenance/Repair

Customer Support

Repair Station Maintenance

Interpretation of Technical Data

Blueprints/3D Modeling

Math and Calculations

Lean Six Sigma/Kaizan

Follow Technical Directives

Knowledge FARs, AS9100

Pre-flight/Post-flight Inspections

Testing/Troubleshooting

CATIA V5 - Design

SmarTeam

Solumina

Corridor

HMS

ENOVIA

LCA Certified

Technical Trainer/Qualifier

Management

Manpower Allocation

Team Leader

AIRCRAFT EXPERIENCE

Fixed Wing: Gulfstream - G350, G450, G5, G550, G650

Rotor Wing: Sikorsky – UH-60; Boeing – CH-47; Bell – AH-1

LICENSE/CERTIFICATION

A&P License – Certificate number 3163144

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE Co., Savannah, GA

Quality Engineer – Advanced Aircraft Programs June 2015- Present

Work’s under the direction of the Quality Manager implementing quality assurance; to include policies, processes, procedures and controls. Drive quality assurance initiatives to achieve exceptional product quality and reliability, focusing on manufacturing process capabilities, product specifications and requirements.

Lead investigation into Root Cause Analysis and Corrective/Preventive Actions, applying effective problem solving techniques increasing production through-put.

Research and analyze data, perform trend and statistical analysis, track quality data, and generate quality reporting metrics and supporting documentation.

Prepared and provided training and certification on processes and procedures, making improvements as needed, to drive the business goals.

Drive continuous improvement across facility’s Key Process Indicators (scrap, rework, PPM) utilizing Lean, Six Sigma, Poke Yoke and statistical process control (SPC).

Plans, coordinates and executes internal/ external audits, and assists in coordination Process Audits, third party and customer audits.

Operations Coordinator – Advanced Aircraft Programs Sept 2012-June 2015

Under moderate supervision, plans schedules and supervises the day-to-day operations to meet production requirements in an aircraft manufacturing operations.

Provide guidance on interpretation of prints, 3D models, Gulfstream standards; GAMPs, MEPs, GERs, Etc.

Advise Manager of risk, metrics, and other data to support decision making and ensure goals and objectives are met.

Develops and maintains a safe work environment; ensures stringent housekeeping, 6S standards and safety procedures and practices are followed, ensures that tools/equipment meet safety requirements; leads trend and root cause analysis and accident investigations.

Troubleshoots and solves production process problems with processes and equipment already in operation while minimizing costs and preventing delivery delays. As well as identifies and mitigates potential problems and conflicts in the areas of cost/employee relations/quality/productivity.

Structural Mechanic/Production Assembly Jan 2012-Sept 2012

Evaluated prints, sketches, CATIA models, work orders, alteration and repair orders to determine scope of work required.

Performed assembly of detail parts and structures. Expert knowledge in use of all tools. High degree of expertise in maintenance and repair of structural and composite materials.

Installed and repaired flight control surfaces, hydraulic manifolds, and fly-by-wire components. Efficient in the disassembly and repair/rework of completed assemblies.

Spirit, Savannah, GA June 2011- Jan 2012

Structural Mechanic

Evaluated prints, sketches, CATIA models, work orders, alteration and repair orders to determine scope of work required.

Performed assembly of detail parts and structures. Expert knowledge in use of all tools. High degree of expertise in maintenance and repair of structural and composite materials.

Installed and repaired flight control surfaces, hydraulic manifolds, and fly-by-wire components. Efficient in the disassembly and repair/rework of completed assemblies.

Member of the SPIRT team assembled to work through over 700 Spirit Reject Tags to ensure completion of G650 AC 6017 and 6018 prior to the end of 2012, permitting GAC to fly on time for revenue.

CSC, Savannah, GA 2008-2011

Heavy Structural Mechanic/MWO Road Team

Performed maintenance, repair and overhaul of rotor wing aircraft. Heavy structural repairs, corrosion prevention, and sheet metal fabrication returning aircraft to combat.

Assisted in fitting and rigging of parts and components.

Read, interpreted and implemented requirements of maintenance publications, technical orders and directives.

Manufactured and/or installed aircraft skins, stringers, longer, cap angles, frames, firewalls, exhaust shrouds, and cockpit bulkheads. Delegated quality inspection authority per BQMS in accordance with AS 9100.

Completed aircraft logs, failure reports, repair history, and maintenance reports documenting inspections and repairs.

GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE Co., Savannah, GA 2006-2008

A&P Technician

Provided guidance and direction to technicians. Promoted high standard of quality by example and instruction setting the bar for workmanship.

Performed maintenance on NetJet G450, G5, G550 fixed wing aircraft to include removal and replacement of parts. Testing, troubleshooting, structural repair of aircraft, servicing and quality control inspection.

Conducted pre-flight/post-flight inspections. Ensured aircraft were mission capable on a daily basis.

Applied 6S and Lean Initiatives to work environment. Knowledgeable in the application of Six Sigma.

Advanced knowledge of inspection and maintenance procedures, technical reference materials (maintenance manuals, service bulletins, repair manuals, engineering drawings, etc.).

Expert knowledge in the use of precision measurement equipment and tools required to perform tasks.

Knowledgeable of FAA regulations, repair station and quality control manuals.

Contributed to achievement of fourteen months without an OSHA recordable injury for Service Center.

UNITED STATES ARMY 1999-2006

Structural Mechanic/Crew Chief/QAR

Performed organizational maintenance on CH-47, UH-60, and AH-1 helicopters. Comprised of testing, troubleshooting, component removal/replacement, flight controls, rigging, and corrosion prevention to support combat readiness.

Skilled in the removal and replacement of engines, forward and aft transmissions, rotor blades, rotor heads, stub wings, flight controls, cockpit controls, floorboards, fuel controls, hydraulic pumps, auxiliary power units, and gas turbine compressors.

Performed daily pre-flight/post-flight inspections. Regularly flew as aircrew member.

Delegated CDI/QAR representative.

Received two meritorious promotions

Received four Certificates of Commendation

Supervised five structural repair technicians.

EDUCATION

Cardinal Spellman High School, New York, NY – Diploma

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona, FL, B.S. Aviation Technology, (3 years completed toward degree).



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