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Quality Assurance Technician

Auburn, AL
50,000.00 to 75000.00
February 27, 2016

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*** *** **** ***, *******, Al. *6852 H: 334-***-**** C: 770-***-**** Thorough Repair Technician focused on creating effective quality assurance procedures and repairing industrial equipment and systems safely and accurately. Troubleshooting and quick to learn are what I do the best and always look to make the repair job better than it was before it broke in a timely mender.

• Certified in welding

• Engine replacement

• Metal manipulation

• OSHA regulations

• Competent with power tools

• Commercial and residential maintenance

• Follows procedures

• Able to learn quickly

• Safey management

• Multitasking skills

• Industrial equipment operation experience

• Written and oral communication skills

Machinist Technician, 12/1981 to 09/2007

Delta Air Lines – Atlanta, GA

Operate manual and CNC mills, lathes, grinders, EDM and hand tools to repair and fabricate aircraft parts to tight tolerances per manufacturers blue prints and FAA standards for 11 years. In 1992 transferred to Equipment Maintenance. There I performed service checks, repair, troubleshoot, upgrades, collaborate, remove and install equipment through out the Delta system that is used to repair or manufacture air crafts parts. Made sure Safe and Efficient operation of Metal brakes, shears, metal rollers, wheel and brakes washer, conveyors, grit blast machines, heat treat ovens, autoclaves, above and below ground lifts, 60,000 psi. water strip, rotor balancer, water pressure washer, vacuum forming machines, 20 - 100 ton hydraulics presses, pneumatic aerosol can crusher, metal forming drop hammers, jet engine test stands, hydraulic aircraft jacks and ground support equipment jacks. Machinist, 01/1981 to 11/1981

Ampex – Opelika, AL

I worked in the Roll repair room that was part of the machine shop. I refinished the surface of the black nylon and urethane rolls used to make the video and audio tapes. Machinist Degree: Operation of Machine shop Equipment, June, 1981 Opelika State Technical College - Opelika, AL

MIG Welding GMAW 6-G pipe, Forklift Safe Operator, Acetylene Torch, Overhead Hoist, Fire Extinguishing and Safety, Lockout/Tagout, HASMAT, US Department of Transportation (FAA) "Silver and Bronze Awards", Airman Repair Certificate "Equipment Calibration and Repair", OSHA Compliance. PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY





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