Wood Dale, IL
OBJECTIVE: A challenging position, as a FAA safety inspector.
This allows me to use my knowledge, experience and mechanical skills.
STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS
Served American airlines for 24yrs, worked 13 years a heavy structure mechanic, 6yrs as avionics crew chief and 5 years as a quality control inspector.
After retiring from American I joined North American Airlines as a line Maintenance Supervisor, conducting heavy C- checks at Ames facility in Wilmington Ohio .I am a reliable employee who is stimulated by challenges. You will be pleased with my commitment, eagerness to learn, and dedication to perform quality work
Airframe and Power plant License
Commercial Pilot License /IR and Multi engine ratings.
GEM FAM - B 777 B- 767 B757, B737 and MD-80
EPWGS *EFIS *EICAS *ACARS *TCAS *GPS *SATCOM *HUD.
AIRCRAFT LINE MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
UNITED AIRLINES O’ HARE CHICAGO IL
11/2015 – present
Manage direct reports in the execution of the management of the daily operations.
Define and maintain the maintenance operations statement of work (SOW) relative to Maintenance Execution
Develop and implement staffing and development plans to ensure satisfactory execution of the SOW
Drive cross functional integration with other departments in the Service Centre.
Ensure proper job classification of employees, set employee goals and objectives, manage and evaluate performance to plan on a reoccurring basis.
Assist aircraft maintenance manager with incident and accident reporting
Assist and adhere to safety standards / practices
Creates and conducts training to ensure that all work and inspections are properly performed
Assist with development of new maintenance department policies
Works with Aviation Maintenance Technicians to plan their professional development and obtain necessary training
AIRCRAFT LINE MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
NORTH AMERICAN AIRLINES, TAMPA, FLORIDA
10/2012 TO 11/2015
As a maintenance Supervisor, my duties were to make sure that all work is safely accomplished within FAR and FAA regulatory guidelines. Provide yearly job performance analysis to the company, with specific references to NAA maintenance program, according to established company policies and procedures. Construct analytical recovery reports for unusually extended grounded aircraft (AOG) events, caused by mechanical or system faults that occur both in-flight. Review incoming a/c for discrepancy items and pilot complaints log entries then rectifying action with troubleshooting, assigning manpower and ordering parts required. Also performing work on a/c out of station per AMM/FIM/SRM, NAA manuals and FAA regulations. Ensuring all departing a/c is airworthy and all work accomplished and documents in log book per AMM with airworthiness release and closely monitoring all work and inspection accomplished on company a/c using on company a/c with proper references and manuals.
As a maintenance Supervisor I flew on board occasionally to the ensure that airworthiness of company A/C (B757 and B767) in accordance with FAR’s and GMM. Interacting with flight crew and MCC with inbound items, correct or defer items per GMM. Recovering and assisting AOG a/c all over the world.
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE CREW CHIEF
DALLAS FORT WORTH AIRPORT, TEXAS.
03/1990 TO 11/2012.
Heavy c-check line on B-757 and B-767 acted as avionics crew chief and provided technical assistance and advice to management and mechanics when needed. Jobs consist of power port mods, TCAS systems, emergency lighting mods, replacement of fuel tank harness, flight recorder wiring change, cargo loading systems, APU feeders, engine fire loop detector change, PSU wiring change, P-37 panel wiring change.
1976-Bartley Secondary School, Singapore.
1979-Boardman Flight Training, Texas.
1983-Karachi Aero Club. Pakistan.
Proficiency in various computer programs desirable (ex: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
Ability to plan, organize, and direct the functions and mentor, motivate, and appraise a highly diverse staff and workforce through subordinate supervisors
Comprehensive and detailed knowledge of aircraft maintenance functions
Knowledge and ability to interpret instructions, specifications, technical orders, publications and operating procedures
Attention to details and able to handle multiple tasks independently
Knowledge of Quality Control and Safety procedures Is mandatory
Ability to exercise tact and diplomacy in relations with individuals, groups, and unit organizations
Proficiency with business software including MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and CD ROM based maintenance manuals and publications
Knowledge of management practices and processes is mandatory
Requires extensive technical knowledge of navigation, communications, and flight management systems
Strong electrical and electronic aptitude in order to offer technical direction in all maintenance areas
10 years of aircraft avionics maintenance experience on B 767 AND B 757 aircraft