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Power Plant Mechanic

Location:
North Las Vegas, NV
Salary:
85,000
Posted:
February 24, 2020

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Joseph J. Lacar, Jr.

*** *. ********* ***** ****, Apt 2221

Las Vegas, NV 89183

808-***-****

Email: adbyy7@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE:

To obtain a challenging and responsible position as an AIRCRAFT MECHANIC where my skills and experience will be utilized to their fullest potential for continued growth and advancement.

EXPERIENCE:

United Parcel Service, Las Vegas, Nevada

2015- Present

A/P Line Mechanic

Duties include aircraft turnaround, servicing, trouble shooting, replacing engine and airframe components.Required to maintain the airworthiness of aircraft and all of their components while in service, certifies for quality of own workmanship, responsi- ble for signing off air worthiness release and logbook write ups.Comply according to- FAA and company procedures and regulations, completion of forms connected with task cards and engineering orders and work assignments. Fleet Included: Airbus A300, B757, B767 Engine Experience: PW 4000, Rolls Royce RB 211, Engine run qualified.

Allegiant Air, Las Vegas, Nevada

2012- Present

A/P Mechanic

Perform trouble shooting, service, checks, periodic checks, tire changes, engine changes, APU change on fleet of MD-80 aircraft & 757 aircraft. Airframe & Power plant component changes and testing. Required to maintain the airworthiness of air- craft, sign off on accomplished work in accordance with aircraft maintenance manu- als, FIM & FAA approved repairs, works according to FAA and company regulations. Complete forms connected with work assignments.

Fleet Included: B757, MD80 Engine Experience JT8D-217-RB-211-52 ETOPS 2 Qualified

Worldwide Flight Services, Honolulu, Hawaii

2007-2012

Line Mechanic

Duties include aircraft turnaround, trouble shooting, disassembling, checking and cleaning, repairing, replacing, testing, adjusting, assembling, installing, services, fab- ricating airframe and power plant components. Taxiing or towing aircraft, engine change/run-up testing. Required to maintain the airworthiness of aircraft and all their components while in service, or while undergoing overhaul and/or modification. Certifies for quality of own workmanship, including signing ETOPS 2 flight release. Comply according to FAA and company regulations, completion of forms connected with work assignments. Fleets including: Boeing 757-767-777 aircraft. ENGINES EX- PERIENCE: RB211-53, GE CF6-80C2B-6, APU HONEYWELL P2932 Hawaiian Airlines, Honolulu, Hawaii

Line Mechanic, Dock Maintenance Mechanic, Sheet Metal Mechanic, Engine Shop Mechanic, Flight Mechanic

1990-2006

Executed technical directions for the accomplishments of structural repairs, engine repairs, component repairs, modifications, and alterations for all these items. This included reading and understanding of manufacture’s drawings. Aircraft Maintenance Manuals, Component Maintenance Manuals, Illustrated Parts Catalog, Engine Manuals and Authorized Equivalent Parts List. Participated in the concurrent engineering process of development of repair schemes to repair damage caused by corrosion fa- tigue failure, foreign object damage and ground damage. Accomplished Airworthiness Directives for the inspection and modifications of effected aircraft structure and components. Reviewed applicable FAA Federal Air Regulations and Advisory Circulars for accomplishment of repairs, modifications and alterations. Trained and mentored new mechanics in structural repairs and line maintenance. Traveled to recover damage aircraft in remote stations. Interfaced and coordinated work between other departments, consultants, the manufactures and FAA. Conducted technical briefings and presentations. Have extensive knowledge and experience in heavy maintenance repairs, modifications and alterations for engines quick engine change items. AIRCRAFT EXPERIENCE: DC-8, DC-9, DC-10, DHC-7, L1011, 717, 767. ENGINES: PW – JT8-D-4060 series P, PT6-50, GE-CF6, BR715. Dynair Corporation, Honolulu, Hawaii

1989-1991

Line Mechanic

Perform aircraft servicing, fueling, troubleshooting, replacing, installing, testing, checking, taxiing and push backs on fleet of Boeing 747, DC 10 Aircraft. Sign off maintenance logbook release according to work performed, comply with FAA and company procedures and instructions. Completes forms connected with work assign- ments. ENGINE EXPERIENCE: PW JT8-D, GE CF6 Series

EDUCATION:

Clover Park Technical Institute, Lakewood, WA

1987-1989

Received A/P Certificate of Completion

A/P License # 3313233

Waipahu High School Graduate 1982

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