Christopher C. Deal
North Las Vegas, Nv 89031
OBJECTIVE: Seeking employment as a Production Controller EDUCATION:
• Associates of Applied Aerospace Sciences, Production Management 2004 Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell AFB, AL Relevant Coursework: Maintenance Systems Management Maintenance Project Management, Principles of Management
• Non-Commission Office Academy – 2006
Ramstein AB, Germany
Relevant Coursework:, Principles of Leadership, Management, Counseling and Briefing. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS:
• Production Manager Subject Matter Expert, 27+ years of experience
• Currently holding secret security clearance (Mar 2012)
• Experience in leading, managing and training personnel
• Evaluate employees' job performance and conformance to regulations and recommend appropriate personnel action.
• Interpret and communicate work procedures and company policies to staff
• Experience with Microsoft Office, SharePoint and U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) policies EXPERIENCE:
September 2016 – Present, M1 Support Services
• Produces aircraft flying schedules for Weapon School and Test Squadrons on F-15E using Patriot Excalibur (PEX).
• Develops annual Flying hour program consisting of 2 squadron and over 2,000 hours
• Maintained all aircraft records through MIS and Maintenance Scheduling Application Tool
Quality Assurance Inspector / Product Improvement Manager May 2014 – January 2016, 52 Maintenance Group Quality Assurance, Spangdahlem AB, Germany
• Served as the sole Maintenance Operations Flight Quality Assurance inspector.
• Focal point of the 52 MXG Tech Order Recommended Change Processing (AFTO 22) program.
• Coordinator on all 52 MXG Product Quality Deficiency Report (PQDR).
• Serves as the base Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the Production Management career field.
• Utilized JDRS and WEBFLIS systems to track and report deficiencies to military contractors and depots.
Maintenance Operations Superintendent
October 2013 – April 2014, 455 Maintenance Group, Bagram AB, Afghanistan
• Lead 148 Airmen, between Wing Plans and Scheduling, the Maintenance Operation Center and Analysis section.
• Orchestrated the Maintenance Group “Active Shooter” course for over 500 personnel.
• Coordinated transfer of aircraft and assets from Kandahar to Bagram. Flight Chief Consolidated Maintenance Scheduling
March 2010 – April 2014, 52 Maintenance Operations Squadron, Spangdahlem AB, Germany
• Lead 21 Airmen, planned maintenance of 50+ A-10 & F-16s & supporting USAFE's F-16 engine repair facility.
• Balanced fleet health & sortie production directly impacting 14.3K flying hours for a
$105.8M flying hour program.
• Meshed A-10 divestiture w/ maintenance plan; swapped 21 guns & engine to extend service life--saved $9M on 21 aircraft.
• Mentored US Air Forces in Europe & US Air Forces Central Command F-16 engine managers; shipped 77 motors yearly--supported two Fighter Wings & eight Expeditionary Fighter Squadrons.
• Served as the Production Manager/Analysis Inspector for the USAFE Inspector General Team.
Non-Commission Officer in Charge, Engine Management March 2009 – March 2010, 52 Maintenance Operations Squadron, Spangdahlem AB, Germany
• Managed 181 F110-GE-129, TF34-GE-100A and F110-GE-100 engines valued at $600M for two Fighter Wings
• Built scheduled/unscheduled maintenance plans; lead seven Airmen assigned to Engine Management section
• Coordinated 104 engine shipments worth $722M; monitored transfer using internet based global tracking system.
• Developed the automation of 35 Time Compliance Technical Order folders, saving $1K+ in paper cost/decreased man hours by 20%
• Leadership style produced zero write-ups during 2009 Logistics Standardized Evaluation Program, culminating in the 52 MOS "Outstanding" rating Non-Commission in Charge, Wing Scheduling & Documentation February 2008 – February 2009, 51 Maintenance Operations Squadron, Osan AB, Republic of Korea
• Provided 25 schedulers documentation guidance by developing standardized scheduling practices for wing assets
• Consolidated weekly/monthly/quarterly aircraft utilization/maintenance schedules for 56 Aircraft valued at $753M
• Managed the Fighter Wing's 2008 Flying Hour Program; produced 11.2K sorties/16.5K flight hours--highest utilization rate in Combat Air Forces Non-Commission in Charge, Wing Scheduling & Documentation February 2005 – February 2008, 86 Maintenance Operations Squadron, Ramstein AB, Germany
• Built 86 Air Wing / Central Air Force Command C-130 rotation plan; balanced impact of 140- hour aircraft utilization rate—three times the 2007 standard
• Led group in major maintenance database conversion; 6M records moved; validated Time Compliance Technical Orders & inspections--100% updated
• Manages aerospace vehicle distribution officer (AVDO) functions for 86 Air Wing's 18 C-130E and 13 Distinguish Visitors aircraft
• Managed 361 critical aircraft Time Change Items valued at $5M; brilliant effort averted possible mission delays/system failures