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Aircraft Service Technician

Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana
October 29, 2021

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Constant Kosi Afidemenyo

S.T.M.A Essikadu Sub-Metro Post Office Box 74 Sekondi W/R, Ghana

Mobile: +233-*********

Email: ckosi25@


To find a rewarding position in the aircraft mechanical department and show expertise in the specific field.


Exceptionally talented Aircraft Service Technician with over ten years’ experience in performing installations of new parts in high performance piston and/or turbine aircraft and troubleshooting, repairing and performing tests and inspections on aircrafts systems in similar aircraft following established regulatory and quality guidelines according to the standards of FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).

Working Experience

2013 Phi Aviation, Takoradi

2012 Petronas Oil Company, Malaysia (Helicopter)


Cargo hole, chains and rollers etc…

Aircraft component removal

Installation of aircraft mechanical components.

Keep aircraft in peak operating condition

Performing scheduled maintenance

Landing Gear

Air condition Systems

Hydraulic Jack

Brake Units

Changing of tyres

Maintain a record of repair and maintenance work

To repair damaged aircraft parts as per instruction provided by the supervisor

Troubleshoot the aircraft to find out defects in the electric circuit

2003 – 2004 Stephen Aviation, Broomfield, CO.

Worked on Gulf Stream Aircraft

1994 - 2005 Ghana Airways Accra, Ghana

Airframe and Powerplant Technician

A and B Checks on DC9-51 Series

Aircraft A checks on DC10-30.

DC 9 Engine Change

APU change on DC 9 and DC 10

Determine serviceability of aircraft by performing maintenance inspections.

Diagnose and troubleshoot all systems to determine malfunctions.

Tighten, adjust, remove, repair, or replace components, assemblies or sub-assemblies with common and special tools and precision instruments.

Assist other mechanics in operations such as removal and replacement of engines and main transmission assemblies.

Rig and adjust sub-systems such as fuel linkages, pitch change linkages, flight controls, flaps, ailerons, and stabilizers.

Repair, remove, service or replace hydraulic system components, gauges, and instruments and electrical system components.

Remove, repair and replace gear boxes, dampers, drive shafts, rotor hubs, blades, engines, and landing gear components.

Test and repair airframe and fuselage components.

Service, troubleshoot, and repair aircraft air conditioning systems.

Participate in after-maintenance test flights to verify the quality of maintenance performed.

Maintain shop tools and equipment such as trailers, aircraft tugs; and auxiliary power units.

Authorize, inspect, and approve for return to service any aircraft and related part or appliance;

Measure the tension of aircraft wings and estimate if there are any defects.

Maintain a record of repair and maintenance work


2003–2004 Westwood College of Aviation Technology, Broomfield, US (Airframe and

Powerplant License Pending)

May 2000 – August 2002 World Aviation Conference and Trade Show – Dallas Texas USA.

February 1995 – July 1997 In-house training – Alitalia Airline (OJT Training)

July 1994 – December 1996 (In-house training at work) Crisis Management at work

1990 – 1994 Kpandu Technical Institute Kpando, Ghana

Diploma, Principles of Electrical Installation (City & Guilds)

1986 – 1990 Kpandu Technical Institute Accra, Ghana

High School General Education


I am a keen lover of sports, computer games and gardening.

Additional Information

I have been able to work with different companies and people with different backgrounds, cultures, sex and beliefs either as an individual on my own or as a member of a team. I also believe in good teamwork. In either case, I can work using my own initiative, contentiously and professionally.


Mr. Benjamin Owusu Mr. S. Gyamfi-Gyimah

Inspector Former Snr. Manager

Ghana Civil Aviation Authority Ghana Airways

PMB KIA, Accra Accra

Tel : 030******* Tel: 020-*******

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