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Aerostructure mechanic

Location:
Tulsa, OK
Salary:
25
Posted:
April 28, 2021

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*** * *** **, *******, MN 553**-*-***-*** **** www.stromaviation.com

Ray Demeco Overton

Recruiter: Lance Nedland – adl0xv@r.postjobfree.com Has worked for Gulfstream in the past: No

US Citizen / Military Veteran: Yes

High School Diploma: Booker T Washington High School Tulsa, OK Gulfstream Internal Reference: NA

Professional Summary

Dependable Mechanic with a 5-year background in Repair, Maintenance, Modification, and Component Installation with the Gulfstream G280, Boeing F-18, Boeing 787, and Douglas DC-9 Airframe Systems.

Looking to leverage my role and experience into a Senior Mechanic in aviation. Skills

Advanced knowledge of Aircraft Component Technical Data such as SRM, CMM, and Engineering Drawings

Removal, Fabrication and Installation of Airframes, Powerplants, and Parts

Preventative Inspections and Maintenance

Corrosion Repair

Military Publications, Blueprints, and Schematics Readings and Interpretations

CNC Machinery, Tooling, and Precision Measurement Tools

Solid Technical Skills and Production Operations Expertise Work History

Unemployed May 2019 – Present

Triumph Group Tulsa, OK April 2018 – May 2019

Structures Mechanic

Fabricate and install G280 aircraft wings, fuselages, and tail assemblies. Aircrafts: Gulfstream G280

Unemployed May 2016 – March 2018

NORDAM Tulsa, OK April 2015 – April 2016

Aerostructures Mechanic

Conducted Inspections, Corrosion Repair, Component Removal and Installation, and Operational Checks on

F-18 Jets.

Familiar with Basic Hand Tools such as Drill Motors, Die Grinders, Sanders, Polishers and Rivet Shavers.

Also installed Blind Rivets, Jo-Bolts, Hilocks, Huck Bolts, Solid Rivets and Bolts, Drives and Bucks Rivets.

Aircrafts: F-18

Unemployed September 2013 – March 2015

Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc. Tulsa, OK August 2012 – August 2013 Structures Mechanic

Restored, Installed, and Rebuilt Aircraft Structures, such as Slats and Wings in the Boeing 787 program.

Aligned parts on Jigs using Templates and Fixtures; Measured Parts with Micrometers and Calipers to verify dimensions.

109 S Elm St, Waconia, MN 553**-*-***-*** 8988 www.stromaviation.com

Performed minor part-fitting operations such as Filing, Sawing, Burring, Crimping, Trimming, Framing, Riveting, Drilling, and Reaming.

Aircrafts: B787

Unemployed 2011 – August 2012

Iris NDT Tulsa, OK 2008 – 2011

Level II Radiography Tech:

Performed radiographic inspections of welds, checking for defects and correct dimensions. AAON Inc. Tulsa, OK 2005 – 2006

CNC Machine Operator

Assembled and operated both manual and computer numerical control (CNC) machines and machining centers to manufacture parts.

Identified correct materials for a particular process, loaded materials/parts into the CNC machine, operated the CNC machine as instructed, detected any malfunctions in normal machine operation

(i.e. worn or damaged cutting tools), and lightly hand finished machined parts. United Air Force Yokota Base Tokyo, Japan 2000 – 2002 Aircraft Mechanic

Education

1997 – 1998

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Miami, OK

Drafting & Design Certification

1997

Booker T Washington High School Tulsa, OK

High School Diploma

109 S Elm St, Waconia, MN 553**-*-***-*** 8988 www.stromaviation.com Tulsa – Structural Mechanic Pre-Screening Questions Contract Labor House: Strom Aviation Inc.

Candidate’s Name: Ray Demeco Overton

Requisition #: 145663, 145186, 145544, 153062, 153061, 153046 1. Are you willing to relocate/take a temporary assignment in Tulsa Ok? Yes 2. Can you work any shift? Yes

3. How do you feel about OT and working weekends? Available to work OT and Weekends



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