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AH-64D Pilot/ Aviation Safety Officer/ Air Traffic Controller

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United States
Posted:
October 24, 2016

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Joseph R Malone

APT # * Building #** Khalifa

Abu Dhabi, UAE

E-mail: acw7bo@r.postjobfree.com

Home: +971********* SKYPE: josephmalone1

Cell: +971*********

Work Experience:

CSC (09/14/2015 – Present) – Apache Helicopter Longbow Crew Training Instructor (Pilot)

Sweihan Airbase, UAE

Supervisor: Dave Eby +971*********; Contact: Yes

Salary: $10,700 per month

Hours per week: 40

Performs duties as an Instructor/Operator (I/O) in an AH-64D Longbow Crew Trainer (LCT) Flight Training Simulator. Provide SME training and evaluation of aircraft flight simulation systems for the United Arab Emirates 10th Aviation Command. Conduct training for engineers on proper flight characteristics and aircraft functions. Perform Regression Checks and certify functionality of systems. Effectively and efficiently develop and build training documentation and scenarios including high gross weight and high DA for Emirate aircrews. Recruiting pilots for long term and short term employment for aviation project.

Work Experience:

DynCorp International (12/26/2013 – 09/11/2015) - Aviation Safety Official

Illesheim, Germany

Supervisor: Ron Merkel - DSN 314-***-****; Contact: No

Salary: $10,600 per month

Hours per week: 48

Aviation Safety Official: Identify safety/environmental hazards, risks, and promote the reduction or elimination of potentially hazardous conditions that may lead to accidents, occupational injuries, illnesses, deaths, and safety-related financial losses. Coordinate all safety-related activities within the requirements of the safety program with respect to mission requirements and the U.S. Government directives to ensure regulatory compliance (IAW DMCA INST 8210.1). Report and investigate aircraft, ground safety, and environmental accidents to determine the cause of the accident and formulate recommendations to help prevent similar mishaps in the future. Job requires detailed data-entry of technical information necessary in assisting in the monitoring of mishap reports to ensure accuracy and completeness. Responsibilities also require extensive research dealing with OSHA and environmental regulations, vendor information, and logistical support for safety equipment and supplies. Ensure proper industrial safety procedures are followed in accordance with the contract and appropriate Federal, state, and local regulations, rules, and procedures. Provide written reports which are clear, concise and meaningful for all ground/aviation safety and environmental matters. Develop required reports, conduct briefings, safety training, and when directed conduct quarterly safety and semiannual safety stand down meetings. Assist in maintaining accident and incident records, files, and reports. Conduct safety audits, fire extinguish inspections, and inspections of all first aid kits and other safety related equipment.

Conduct other tasks as identified by the Director of Safety. When needed, perform duties as an active member of an aircraft accident board. When needed coordinate first responder duties during an onsite accident. . Under this program, we perform helicopter maintenance on UH-60, AH-64 and CH-47 aircraft. DynCorp has over 850 personnel within 8 different countries; 13 different sites. As the Aviation Safety Official, I ensure Chapter 6 (Safety) of the AR 95-20 is met by my corporation. I also conduct site visits and perform safety audits across the program (Afghanistan, Kuwait, Kosovo, Germany, etc.). Trained in conducting audits IAW AS 9100/9110 standard. I am a school trained Pilot/Aviation Safety Officer (United States Army, Fort Rucker), with over 500 combat hours.

U.S. Army (04/02/2012 – 09/17/2013) –Battalion Rear Detachment Aviation Safety Officer/Battalion TACOPS Officer

Illesheim, Armed Forces Overseas Germany

Supervisor: CW4 Hielsberg – acw7bo@r.postjobfree.com DSN 314-***-****; Contact: Yes

Pay Grade: CW2/W2

Salary: $4,698.00 per month

Hours per week: 40

As Aviation Safety Officer - Participated, as a member of management team, in formulating and establishing organizational policies and operating procedures for the rear deployment soldiers (consisting of 150 personnel). Monitored and ensured that Safety and Environmental programs complied with Department of Defense (DOD), Department of the Army (DA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requirements. Monitored Accident Prevention, Property Damage/Vehicle Accident Prevention, Off-the-Job Accident Prevention, Accident Reporting, Fire Prevention and Protection, Hazard Communication, Industrial Health Surveillance, Aviation Safety, Confined Space Entry, Hearing Conservation, Respiratory, Radiological, and Protective Clothing and Equipment Programs. Structured and maintained an accident prevention program. Conducted meetings to ensure that personnel are well informed of changes in safety programs, policies, and procedures. Provided leadership to personnel through effective goal setting, delegation, and communication. Implemented, coordinated, and managed all aspects of Safety and Environmental Programs at assigned location. Planned, implemented, and coordinated safety program to reduce or eliminate occupational injuries, illnesses, deaths, and financial losses. Identified and appraises conditions which could produce accidents and financial losses and evaluates potential extent of injuries resulting from accidents. Conducted or directed investigations of all accidents pertaining to on the job injuries or damage to government or company owned property and prepares the necessary documentation. Observe aviation maintenance operations, making recommendations to correct unsafe procedures and practices, and monitors the Safety of Flight (SOF) program. Managed the Operational Hazard Report (OHR) program and monitored the Foreign Object Damage (FOD) prevention program. Conducted or directed site survey's and facility inspections to identify potential hazardous conditions, and to ensure facility and procedural compliance with applicable regulations. Analyzed selected aviation, ground, and driving related safety accident reports to record major causes, recommendations, countermeasures and corrective actions. Evaluated a wide variety of hazardous operations related to personnel driving privately owned vehicles and motorcycles, including the requirement for expanded definitions, and areas for further study. Evaluated cause factors to determine trends, operational or management deficiencies, human factors, training/leader/standards/individual inadequacies, investigate shortcomings and completeness and accuracy of reports.

U.S. Army (02/02/2010 – 04/02/2012) - Aviation Safety Officer/Pilot In Command

Illesheim, Armed Forces Overseas Germany

Supervisor: Michael Dyer - acw7bo@r.postjobfree.com DSN 603-***-****; Contact: Yes

Pay Grade: CW2/W2

Salary: $4,698.00 per month

Hours per week: 40

Duties: As Pilot in Command - Responsible for deploying this $30 million dollar aircraft, in combat, to deter, delay and destroy the enemy. Responsible for training new pilots in and out of the cockpit on all areas of flight. Familiar with all DOD, FAA and Armed forces Europe (AE) flight regulations. As Aviation Safety Officer - Participated, as a member of management team, in formulating and establishing organizational policies and operating procedures for the company. Monitored and ensured that Safety and Environmental programs complied with Department of Defense (DOD), Department of the Army (DA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requirements. Monitored Accident Prevention, Property Damage/Vehicle Accident Prevention, Off-the-Job Accident Prevention, Accident Reporting, Fire Prevention and Protection, Hazard Communication, Industrial Health Surveillance, Aviation Safety, Confined Space Entry, Hearing Conservation, Respiratory, Radiological, and Protective Clothing and Equipment Programs. Structured and maintained an accident prevention program. Conducted meetings to ensure that personnel are well informed of changes in safety programs, policies, and procedures. Provided leadership to personnel through effective goal setting, delegation, and communication. Implemented, coordinated, and managed all aspects of Safety and Environmental Programs at assigned location. Planned, implemented, and coordinated safety program to reduce or eliminate occupational injuries, illnesses, deaths, and financial losses. Identified and appraises conditions which could produce accidents and financial losses and evaluates potential extent of injuries resulting from accidents. Conducted or directed investigations of all accidents pertaining to on the job injuries or damage to government or company owned property and prepares the necessary documentation. Observe aviation maintenance operations, making recommendations to correct unsafe procedures and practices, and monitors the Safety of Flight (SOF) program. Managed the Operational Hazard Report (OHR) program and monitored the Foreign Object Damage (FOD) prevention program. Conducted or directed site survey's and facility inspections to identify potential hazardous conditions, and to ensure facility and procedural compliance with applicable regulations. Analyzed selected aviation, ground, and driving related safety accident reports to record major causes, recommendations, countermeasures and corrective actions. Evaluated a wide variety of hazardous operations related to personnel driving privately owned vehicles and motorcycles, including the requirement for expanded definitions, and areas for further study. Evaluated cause factors to determine trends, operational or management deficiencies, human factors, training/leader/standards/individual inadequacies, investigate shortcomings and completeness and accuracy of reports.

U.S. Army (08/10/2006 - 02/01/10) - AH-64D Apache Pilot/Forward Deployed in Iraq Hazardous Materials Officer/ Assistant Aviation Safety Officer

Illesheim, Armed Forces Overseas Germany

Supervisor: Michael Dyer - acw7bo@r.postjobfree.com DSN 603-***-****; Contact: Yes

Pay Grade: WO1/W1 - CW2/W2

Salary: $3,746.00 per month - $4,698.00 per month

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Responsible for maintaining proficiency as a dual seat RL1 Aviator in an AH-64D. Responsible for learning and maintaining technical and tactical skills regarding the employment of the AH-64D and all its related systems under day, night, NBC, and adverse weather conditions. Responsible for managing the means by which Command & Control is maintained between aircraft and ground elements within the Company, in combat. Monitored the techniques and proficiency levels of personnel engaged in handling weapons: ammunition or explosives; petroleum, oil, and lubricants (POL); chemicals; hazardous and toxic materials. Maintained liaison with outside organizations such as fire departments, mutual aid societies and rescue teams to assure mutual assistance. Supervised the implementation of the emergency response and spill prevention plan. Served as Range Safety Officer at Range 301 (Aerial Gunnery) on many occasions. Assisted the Aviation Safety Officer in implementing the Safety Program (01/01/09 – 02/01/10).

U.S. Army (12/26/2004 - 08/09/2006) - Student Pilot

Fort Rucker, Alabama United States

Supervisor: United States Army - United States Army;

Contact: Yes

Pay Grade: WO1/W1

Salary: $3,746.00 per month

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Learned to perform as a VFR/Instrument-rated private pilot on rotorcraft helicopters. Learned to function as a pilot-in-command of an OH-58 Helicopter and became technically and tactically proficient in army aviation operations and combined arms warfare. Qualified in the Bell 206, OH-58 A/C and AH-64D helicopter.

U.S. Army (02/16/2002 - 12/25/2004) - Air Traffic Controller/Training Supervisor

Fort Rucker, Alabama United States

Supervisor: Stacie Gibson - acw7bo@r.postjobfree.com DSN: 334-***-****; Contact: Yes

Pay Grade: SGT/E5 - SSG/E6

Salary: $2,448.00 per month - $2,840.00 per month

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Responsible for the health, welfare and training of 50 air traffic controllers in an Army Flight Following Service Facility (HUB Radio). Planned, scheduled, directs and supervised the facility training program. Updates and maintains training records, facility training manuals. Develops local course material, training aids and control scenarios to supplement DA, USAAVNC and FAA training requirements. Conducted briefings and executed internal management control functions.

U.S. Army (02/16/2001 - 02/15/2002) - Air Traffic Controller/ Radar Controller

Fort Huachuca, Arizona United States

Supervisor: Brendan Henretta - acw7bo@r.postjobfree.com Cell phone: 602-***-****; Contact: Yes

Pay Grade: SGT/E5

Salary: $2,448.00 per month

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Provided Radar Services to Libby Army Airfield. Rated on the Precision Approach and Surveillance Approach Radar (PAR/SAR). Trained on Approach Control position. In charge of the health and welfare and training of 10 soldiers.

U.S. Army (09/17/1997 - 02/15/2001) - Air Traffic Controller/Flight Following and Tactical Controller

Fort Drum, New York United States

Supervisor: Avery Mayfield - acw7bo@r.postjobfree.com DSN: 817-***-****; Contact: Yes

Pay Grade: PV2/E2 - SGT/E5

Salary: $1,839.00 per month - $2,448.00 per month

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Ensure safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of air traffic into and out of landing zones, pick up zones, and restricted operation zones. Ensure aircraft comply with standards set up by Airspace Command and Control liaison as well as host station or country. Made numerous deployments to Fort Polk JRTC to conduct ATC operations at Self Airstrip and Geronimo DZ. As Flight Following Controller, used tactical vehicle to Flight Follow aircraft operating within R-5201 per Letter of Agreement with Wheeler-Sack AAF. Ensured aircraft report at checkpoints or fifteen minutes, issued information that could conflict with aircraft flight. Maintain and operate million dollar equipment. Comply with FAA and Military rules and regulations. Select and take the safest and most effective course of action from among several choices. Adjust quickly to different assignments, changing conditions, and workload functions. Remain alert during long periods of fatigue. While deployed to Kosovo, I was rated in the Tactical Tower at Camp Bondsteel Kosovo (1999).

U.S. Army (09/16/1996 - 09/15/1997) - Air Traffic Controller/Flight Following Controller

Camp Red Cloud, Armed Forces Overseas Korea, Democratic People's Republic of

Supervisor: Jay Starr - acw7bo@r.postjobfree.com DSN: 334-***-****; Contact: Yes

Pay Grade: PVT/E1 - PV2/E2

Salary: $1,169.00 per month - $1,839.00 per month

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Provided flight following services to all military aircraft operating in northern South Korea. Familiar with base operations procedures, crash and rescue procedures and local procedures.

U.S. Army Reserves (06/18/1994 - 10/19/1995) - Ammunition Specialist Course/Ammunition Specialist

Missile and Munitions School, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama United States

Supervisor: United States Missile and Munitions School House

Contact: yes

Pay Grade: PVT/E1

Salary: $1,169.00 per month

Hours Per Week: 40

Duties: Able to identify ammunition items and destroy unserviceable ammunition. Perform inventory and issue receipts, store and load munitions and operate a forklift.

Education and Training:

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (01/11/2016 – Present)

World Wide, Armed Forces Overseas

Germany

Degree: Masters of Science in Occupational Safety Management

Degree Honors: N/A

Semester Hours: 24 College Credit Hours towards a 36 College Hour Masters of Science in Occupational Safety Management.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (06/01/2013 – 10/31/2015)

World Wide, Armed Forces Overseas

Germany

Degree: Graduated Masters of Science in Aeronautics with a specification in Aviation Safety Systems (3.900 GPA)

Degree Honors: N/A

Semester Hours: 36 College Credit Hours towards a 36 College Hour Masters of Science in Aeronautics with a specification in Aviation Safety Systems.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (04/01/2011 – 09/06/2012)

World Wide, Armed Forces Overseas

Germany

Degree: Graduated Bachelor’s Degree in Professional Aeronautical Science with a Minor in Management (3.588 GPA)

Degree Honors: Cum Laude

Semester Hours: 152 College Credit Hours 120 towards BS degree in Professional Aeronautics

Six Sigma Black Belt Certification (12/23/2014)-

Six Sigma Black Belt Certification provides me with a thorough knowledge of Six Sigma philosophies and principles, including supporting systems and tools. As a certified Black Belt I have exhibited team leadership, understands team dynamics, and assigns his/her team members with roles and responsibilities. I have a complete understanding of the DMAIC model in accordance with Six Sigma principles; have knowledge of lean enterprise concepts, and how they can identify 'non-value-added' elements and activities.

AS 9100:2009 Qual-Tech Inc. 40 Hour Lead Auditor Training Course (01/17/2014)-

This course is certified by RABQSA International for Training of Aerospace Auditors and ISO 9001:2008 QMS Auditors

Federal Communications Commission License Number PG00043171 (12/2013)-

General Radiotelephone Operator License

FAA Commercial Pilot – Rotorcraft – Helicopter License Number 3727713 (10/03/2013)-

FAA Rotorcraft – Helicopter; Instrument Helicopter License Number 3727713 (10/03/2013)-

Certification of Graduation - Army Aviation Safety Course (11/19/2010)-

Learned the fundamental concepts regarding the Army Safety Program Elements, Composite Risk Management process, OSHA Regulatory Guidance, Accident Investigation process/procedures, and applied them during practical exercises and group projects.

Certification - U.S. Department of Transportation (11/19/2010)-

Completed the Basic Rotorcraft Accident Investigation Course

Training - OSHA 511 - Standards for General Industry (10/29/2010)-

40 Hours Certificate of Completion of the OSHA 511 course from Eastern Kentucky University

United States Army Aviators pilot license (03/23/2006)

Department of Defense Air Traffic Controller (Pink Card 8063) (09/03/1996)

Additional Information:

Secret Security Clearance (granted 08/31/2016 expires 08/30/2026)

Certification - Introduction to Ammunition-DL (10/27/2010)

Commander's Safety Course (10/26/2010)

Additional Duty Safety Course (10/14/2010)

Certification - Hazardous Material (-2) Cert. Course (11/01/2007)

Defensive Hazardous Materials/Waste Handling Course (09/30/2002)

Basic Non-commissioned Officer Course (12/13/2002)

Primary Leadership Development Course (04/30/2000)

Honors, Awards and Special Accomplishments:

AH-64D Apache and OH-58 Kiowa A/C Helicopter Pilot with over 1,000 Flight hours

Awarded the Air Medal, 2009

Achieved the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 2, 2007

Awarded the Army Achievement Medal 4 times between 1996 and 2011

SYSTEMS/SOFTWARE EXPERIENCE:

Microsoft Office Flight Data Input Output System

Automated Weather Dissemination Systems VHF/UHF/FM/GRC radios

Digital Voice Recorder Systems

Certified Tower Radar Displays

Voice Communication Switching System

All Apache Helicopter Systems

LCT and AVCATT Flight simulator Systems

Automated Terminal Information System



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