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Maintenance Quality Control

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Pasig, National Capital Region, Philippines
Posted:
April 21, 2017

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ALAN V. PAREDES

***A Mindoro Street, Sampaloc, M/Manila, Philippines 1008

Cell: +63 999.***.**** aczwux@r.postjobfree.com

Aviation Maintenance & Engineering professional

Licensed US-FAA/ CAAP (Phlippines) Aircraft Mechanic/Technician/Inspector with multifaceted capabilities, motivated and consistently driven for personal development through civil/business aviation in the field of Aircraft Maintenance & Engineering. Perform Aircraft Technical Ground Handling on narrow & wide-bodied types of aircraft at the LINE/higher aircraft maintenance phase check at the MRO environment, familiar with the maintenance activities in FAA Certified Aircraft Repair/ Manufacturing Stations, engaged on Aircraft Quality Control/Assurance and Safety Inspection, perform Engineering Station “Maintenance Audit”, Incident/ Accident investigation - “Root Cause Analysis”, Familiar with the use of various measuring tools/ instruments, reader printer/microfiche and adhere to all provisions IAW the Approved Aircraft Maintenance Manuals, aided by Airworthiness Publications such as the (ADs) Airworthiness Directives and (SBs) Manufacturer Service Bulletins, observe adherence to the Aviation Safety Practices while working on aircraft engine/airframe and Company Standard Practices. Keep abreast of Safety & Occupational Health Standards and implement action plan to maximize safety, productivity and efficiency of the subjects/ subordinate staff. Related Aviation Achievements

Philippine Int’l School for Aviation Science - as Head of Technical Department/Instructor (Oct.2013-Mar.2014) o Maintained integrity of the technical laboratory by scheduled maintenance/facilities audit. o Suggest to the school administration to redesign the Composite section exhaust/drain/dump system in compliance to the “Occupational Safety & Health Regulation 1996”.

o Represent school on aviation technical matters and serve as “Resource Speaker”. o Used media/power point presentation and US-FAA reference handbook to augment with the school curriculum. EGMP Int’l Corp Manpower Recruitment – serve as Aviation Consultant & Mktg (Aug.2011-Feb.2012) o Managed set-up and established an “aviation recruitment section”. o Perform feasibility studies on prospective aviation employer overseas, report/discuss with the CEO. o Interview applicants on in-depth in aircraft maintenance and knowledge on aviation safety standard practices. Philippine Airlines/ R1 Warehouse – rendered work as Stock Clerk/ Store Keeper (Feb.1978-Dec.1979). o Perform issuance/ credit of aircraft routable, repairable parts/components including consumable materials. o Perform complete package shipment of aircraft parts/tools to outlying station in need on an “AOG” situation. o Maintain air-conditioned room for critical electrical and electronic items and consumables like O rings, gaskets and rubber base items. o Prepare and send-out unserviceable routable and repairable aircraft parts to respective repair shops. o Maintain stock cards to monitor stock quantity and initiate “purchase request order” as order level is reached. o Assist auditors engaged on R-1 warehouse stock audit. CORE COMPETENCIES

Operations Planning & Monitoring Continuous Improvement Training & Development Safety Compliance Outlying Engineering Station Operation Coaching and Mentoring Environmental Initiatives Hazard Prevention People Management Operations &Process Management Policies & Procedures Development Vendor Management Warehousing & Supply Chain Office & Facilities Management Recruitment & Training OSHA Compliance Asian Aerospace Corp., M/Manila, Philippines 14 Dec. 2015 – 01 Mar. 2016 Safety & Quality Control Manager (AMO/MRO)

Research/develop “Aviation Safety Standard Practices”, Emergency Fire Drill, Aircraft Technical Ground Handling Practices, Standard Safety Practices while working on Airframe/Engine, Ramp Safety Awareness for GSE and Maintenance personnel and Engineering Stores Policies and Procedures which I initiated thru seminar/ scheduled/non-scheduled meetings with maintenance personnel. Alan V. Paredes – Page 2 of 4

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Asian Aerospace Corp., M/Manila, Philippines 01 Dec. 2012 - 01 Mar. 2013 Director of Maintenance (CLARK AMO/MRO Station)

Manage and oversee LINE/Hangar maintenance operation to ensure compliance to all Asian Aerospace Corp Operating Standard and Procedures, to include, daily progressive meeting with Maintenance staff and Flight Crews.

Oversee Maintenance on Q400 “C” Check activities are consistent IAW the CAAP/FAA/OSHA /Client & Company Standards. Aviation Partnership Philippines, Domestic Airport, M/Manila, Philippines 02 Feb. 2009 – 19 Jun. 2010 Aircraft Quality Control Inspector - MRO (A-319/320, ATR72-500/PW127)

Perform aircraft inspection during overnight maintenance/ in transit which, include review of Aircraft Technical Logbook & Cabin Log physical appearance, maintenance entries and use of maintenance references IAW the Aircraft Effective Pages, nil damage/missing pages, entries for legibility/completeness using black ball pen, sign-offs, correct procedures for cancellation of pilot/ maintenance entry/procedure on doing “VOID” page/s, procedures on use of new set of logbook pages and review of AMM/IPC/SRM/WDM and all “controlled References.

Reinvigorated the use of “Quality Inspection Turnover Log” for relieving inspector/s’ heads up notifications.

Introduced Aircraft Inspection NRC Logbook where, aircraft defects found during WAC are entered, after verification of “NIL” entry from aircraft logbooks and other listing previously used. This Logbook will serve as reference by inspector in “Raising NON Routine Task Cards which will be forwarded to the Production Control Office for distribution to the lead mechanics for action. This NRC Logbook reflects all necessary details to control entries, traceability of non-routine task cards and ensure that such defects

(deferred) will be included for rectification in the next aircraft scheduled maintenance check or on “C” Check.

Accomplish and submit to the Manager/Director QC/QA (respectively) AIRCRAFT “INCIDENT/ACCIDENT” Report. Jet Aircraft Maintenance LLC, McCarran Int’l Airport, Las Vegas, NV, USA 01 Aug. 2006 – 19 Jan. 2008 Lead Aircraft A&P Mechanic (Vendor-Aircraft Technical Ground Handling Services) A-318/319/320(CFM56/V2500) B-767-200/PW4000, A-330-200(Trent 800), Embraer 190/195 (CF34 engine) Contracted Airlines: United Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Air Canada, Max Jet Airways & LTU

Perform manpower distribution for aircraft technical ground handling of contracted airlines and supervise/work with co-mechanic on aircraft defect rectification/s, maintains various tools/equipment (including calibrated ones), reparable/routable and consumable items of client airlines, maintains office accessories/ company ramp equipment and all shelf life items.

Find time with co-mechanics discuss complicated aircraft defect/s and respective rectifications encountered during technical ground handling for everyone to increase aircraft system trouble shooting information.

Assist FAA Airworthiness Representative/s during J.A.M. Outlying Station Audit. Global Air Works, City of Industry, CA, USA – A US FAA Certified Manufacturing & Repair Station 06 Apr. 2004 – 23 Jul 200615

As Quality Control Inspector – Perform FAI, Blueprint Reading, Receiving & Shipment, Preliminary/Hidden Damage/In-Process and Final Inspection of ATR 916 & 925 repaired seat assembly. Issue Authority to Return to Service (FAA-8130-3 form).

Manage track of all shelf life items, maintain control of all tools including, the calibrated ones.

Accomplish lecture on Engineering Stores Policies & Procedures which include, from basic inspection of received package/s, recording, binning and documentation.

As A&P Mechanic – Perform unserviceable ATR 72 passenger seat receival inspection, repair, overhaul and Final Inspection.

Determine defects noted from Preliminary Inspection. Rectify defect/s IAW the Manufacturer’s Manual.

Ensure documentations are properly done and that all packing list are checked for correctness and completeness and Haul serviceable seat assembly on a seat row cradle using fork lift into the transport truck. Jobaire LLC, (Recruitment Agency) Tuc, Az, 85704, USA, - rolling contract jobs. 15 Dec. 2002 – 15 Dec. 2004

Sky King Airlines, Fresno, CA, USA – twice rendered work as A&P Mechanic and ones as Quality Control Inspector for B-737- 200/JT8D, performed LINE/hangar maintenance A&B check and systems t/shooting & repair.

Hamilton Aerospace Technology, TUC, AZ, USA - twice rendered work as A&P Mechanic and ones as Quality Control Inspector for B-727-100/PW JT8D, DC-9/PW JT8D-11 and B-737-200/PW JT8D-17. Perform required maintenance tasks at the LINE/Hangar, including, t/shooting of B-737 Fuel Feed snag on which I cleared rags on boost pump area to clear the defect.

AVTEL Aircraft Services, Mojave Desert, CA, USA – twice worked as A&P Mechanic maintaining the “preservation” of approximately, hundreds of various wide & narrow–bodied types of unserviceable aircraft. Basically, job requires exterior re- protection of heat/rain sensitive aircraft components by application of speed tapes & covers and by interior ventilation.

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AIRMATE LLC, Oak Brook, IL, USA, Recruitment Agency - A&P Mechanic rolling contract jobs. 31 Jul 2001 – 29 May 2002 2001-2003

BF Goodrich Repair Station, Everret, USA - Participated on B-737-200/PW JT8D-17 “C” check and B-757 “D” check.

Ozark Aircraft Services, Bentonville, AR, USA – Participated on B-737-200/PWJT8D-17 and A-320/V2500 “C” check.

Dalfort Aviation Services, Dallas, Love field, TX, USA – Participated on B-727-200/PWJT8D and B-737-400/CFM56-3-1. Qatar Airways, Doha, Qatar, UAE - Lead A&P Mechanic (3rd shift) 11 Dec. 1997 – 03 Apr. 2001 1997-2001

Distribute 14 manpower staff to attend to LINE/Hangar maintenance activities, and work with co-mechanics with Inbound heavy workload. Perform aircraft recovery” from outlying station/s due to technical defect that renders it unsafe for flight. Perform Transit/Daily/WY/A1-2-3-4 phase check on A300-600/PW40001 and A-320/V2500 Transit/ DY/WY check. Regularly work extra time with the MCC’s “A-320/V2500 Deferred Defect Monitoring Section particularly, to reduce if not totally eliminate recurring defects. Engaged on first QR A/ways A320-V2500 “C7” check. Cathay Pacific Airways, Ninoy Aquino Int’l Airport, Philippines – Snr. Assist. Aircraft Maint. Engr. 08 Mar.1990 – 07 Dec.1997

Aircraft Types handled on CX Fleet : B-747-100/200-RB211-524/CF6, B-747-400/RB211 series, B-777-GE90/RR892, L-1011/RB211-524B, A-330-Trent 700 and A-340/CFM56-500/RR Trent 500.

Third Party Airline/Airways Fleet handled: QANTAS AIRWAYS – B-747 Classic/PWJT9D-7/GE-CF6-50. GULF AIR – B-767

-200/PW JT9D-7 and L-1011/RB211-524B and British Airways B-747-200F/CF6-80 or PW JT9D-7

Perform fleet LINE maintenance Technical Ground Handling on CX and contracted airlines, manage and maintain Engineering Stores, ramp vehicles and all ground equipment, perform Engineering Maintenance Station “Pre-Audit” in preparation prior visit of all airline “Audit Representatives”.

Assist audit representatives on spot check of fast moving items, review of stock cards, purchase requests & follow-ups, stock ordering level is adhered to, physical check of wheel assemblies integrity, nominal tyre pressure and last date of rotation, tally serviceable tag data with the actual reparable/routable items and for consumables, manual counting/weighing scale is required, all serviceable tags are uniformly legible to read ... etc.

Assigned as part of the team to regularly visit Cebu province to attend chartered CX flight operation and perform feasibility study on possibilities of having Cebu another outlying station.

Perform headset communication on flight arrival, extract information from crew for possible inbound snag for defect rectification purposes.

Saudi Arabian Airlines, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – Certified Aircraft Mechanic 15 Oct. 1988 – 15 Apr. 1989

Perform aircraft marshaling IAW the approved International Hand Signal, extract aircraft status information from Flt Crew on arrival for possibilities inbound snag, for early preparation of defect/s rectification.

Communicate to Maintenance Control Center, any defect that requires aircraft spares and/ or if additional manpower is required. As the defect rectification is done, all action taken is then, entered into the Aircraft Logbook and issue a sign- off to signify aircraft is released for flight.

Start/continue aircraft refueling operation, monitoring a 50psi fuel pressure delivery from the bowser while, monitoring refuel gauges reach the desired quantity. Sign-off refuel form and a copy of which is presented to the Captain for tallying of fuel quantity thru the cockpit gauges.

Notify Maintenance Control Center thru hand-held radio of aircraft status, wrap-up all used tools and equipment together with the unserviceable items with, attached completed entry of data in the unserviceable tag and secure in container/s. Await for expeditor for pick-up.

Philippine Airlines, Manila Domestic & Int’l Airport, M/Manila, Philippines – Aircraft A&P Mechanic 15 Dec. 1979 – 08 Sep. 1988

Perform T/shooting, repair, removal/installation, replacement, overhaul, modification, inspection, functional check, Of Airframe and engine system, their respective components/parts and accessories, IAW the Approved Aircraft Maintenance Manuals such as AMM, IPC, SRM, WDM, SDM, OHM, CMM, FIM, aided with Airworthiness Publications such as ADs (Airworthiness Directives) and SBs (Manufacturer’s Service Bulletins).

Perform Technical Ground Handling of PAL’s Fleet such as the DC-10/CF6-50, B-747 Classic/GE CF6, A-300B4/CF6-50C, B-727/PW JT8D-7, BAC1-11/RB.163 Spey MK 506, YS-11 & Avro Turbo Prop., L1011/RR RB211-524B.

Perform Technical Ground Handling at Ninoy Int’l Airport on most Foreign Airliner’s fleet which has contract with PAL.

Perform “Heavy Maintenance/ Phase Check” on narrow and wide-bodied types of aircraft such as Landing Gear, Engine, APU and other major aircraft components. Part of the “Aircraft Recovery Team” during a three year stay at the LINE Domestic Department, prior assignment to the Philippine Airlines’ International LINE Department. Alan V. Paredes Page 4 of 4

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CERTIFICATIONS / PROFESSIONAL TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT A-318/A-319 GENERAL FAMILIARIZATION COURSE – Frontier Airlines Cert. of Employment as SAFETY & QUALITY Control – MANAGER CERT. OF ACIEVEMENT-EMB 190/CF34-10 DIFF LEVEL 11 US-FAA A&P MECHANIC CERTIFICATE A-320 (V2500) RAMP SERVICING COURSE – Airbus Industrie CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY of the PHILIPPINES A&P TECH. LICENSE B-737-700/800 GENERAL FAMILIARIZATION COURSE – JAM LLC Cert. of Employment with the PHILIPPINE AIRLINES RA – A319/CFM56/MTCE RELEASE SNAG ONLY - AIR CANADA HUMAN FACTOR – EASA APPROVAL CERT. # 145.5664 RA – A320/CFM56 MTCE RELEASE-SNAG ONLY – AIR CANADA Cert. of Promotion to Lead Mechanic position – JAM LLC RA – EMB 170/175-CF34 MTCE RELEASE-SNAG – AIR CANADA Cert. of Promotion to LEAD MECHANC position – QATAR AIRWAYS RA – EMB 190/195-CF34 MTCE RELEASE-SNAG – AIR CANADA Cert. of Employment with the PHILIPPINE AIRLINES Cert of Employment with Jobaire as A&P Mech/QC-Inspector L1011 A&P FAMILIARIZATION COURSE – United Airlines Cert. of Completion – FAA SUSPECTED UNAPPROVED PARTS TRNG B-777 RAMP SERVICING COURSE – Cathay Pacific Airways Authorization for Designated Inspector –Sky King Airlines QUALITY ASSURANCE AUTHORIZATION (Inspector) – APLUS Philippines QC Inspector at Hamilton Aerospace Technology – Jobaire Avia. A300 AIRFRAME & POWERPLANT (AM03) – Malaysian Air System A-330 RAMP SAFETY COURSE – Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd B-727 EQUIPMENT FAMILIARIZATION COURSE – Philippine Airlines PW 4100-94 ABBREVIATED LINE MAINTENANCE – Pratt & Whitney CERT. of APPRECIATION as LECTURER on MRO & LINE ACTIVITIES – PATTS IATA DANGEROUS GOODS SHIPPER TRAINING – Aloha Airlines Inc. CERT. of APPRECIATION as LECTURER on “EFFICIENCY of an Acrft Mechanic CERT. of RECOGNITION – CATHAY PACIFIC A/WAYS LTD, MNL-ENGG. STN CERT. of RECOGNITION – CATHAY PACIFIC A/WAYS LTD, MNL-ENGG. STN HAZMAT SECURITY AWARENESS TRAINING – Aloha Airlines Inc. CERT. of APPRECIATION as LECTURER on ACRFT TECH GRND HDLNG - PISAS BAC1-11 HYD/LDG GEAR/FLT CNTL SPECIALIZATION – Phil. Airlines AIRCRAFT REFUELING GENERAL – Saudi Arabian Airlines B-737 TECHNICAL RAMP SERVICING – Saudi Arabian Airlines L1011 Refueling Practices – Saudi Arabian Airlines B-747 REFUELLING PRACTICES – Saudi Arabian Airlines A300 Refueling Practices – Saudi Arabian Airlines

Education

Bachelor of Science in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – 4th year

Aviation Licenses/ Certification Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines – A&P Aircraft Technician US – Federal Aviation Administration – A&P Aircraft Mechanic

Other Professional License/Certification/ Trade Skill Professional Driver’s License Certified Forklift Operator Qualified Boom Lift & Scissor Lift Operator GPU/ASU

AFFILATIONS

Knights of the Sacred Heart

President - 1981



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