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Mechanical Engineer Time Delivery

Location:
Moonwalk, 1709, Philippines
Posted:
November 26, 2022

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Edgardo M. Flores

P E R SONAL

DATA:

A d d r e s s : 2B Apollo St., Bricktown 3, Moonwalk Village,

Paranaque City, Philippines

Contact Nos.: +639*********

Email add: adtpis@r.postjobfree.com/

adtpis@r.postjobfree.com/ adtpis@r.postjobfree.com

Marital S t a t u s : Married

E d u c a t i o n a l A t t a i nment: BS Mechanical Engineer H o b b i e s : Badminton Enthusiast/ Aquarium Fish Lover WORK

E X P E R I E NCES:

0 1 J a n 2019 - P RESENT: Section Manager – Rescue & Safety/ Cylinder/ Electrical/ Avionics/ Battery/ Mechanical Shop, LTP

(Supervising/ managing 4 Foreman + 25 Shop Mechanics)

• Ensures that all related aircraft components such as slide raft, lifevest, oxygen cylinder, steam oven, aircraft battery, coffee maker, wire harness, headset, water heater, toilet assembly, etc. requiring maintenance, repair, modification, test or overhaul are released to service within the required TAT and in compliance to the established quality and safety standards.

• Plans and controls shop work flow processes to ensure that shop maintenance tasks are carried out in accordance with the established quality standards and compliant to regulatory & customer requirements.

• Determines and recommends components that are feasible for in-house shop capability build-up to increase shop productivity and generate more revenues for the company.

• Provides motivation, encourages teamwork, communicates, delegates and leads to get action and results from personnel, in order to accomplish the mission and objectives of his section.

• Conducts orientation and monitors compliance with the established personnel policies and procedures to ensure proper personnel conduct and discipline in the performance of their duties.

• Motivates, communicates, listens, delegates and leads to get action and results from subordinates in order to achieve the goals and objectives of the unit.

0 1 D e c 2 0 1 5 - 3 1 D e c . 2 0 1 8 : Section Manager – Engine, Wheels & Brakes Shop, LTP (Supervised/ managed 3 Foreman + 45 Shop Mechanics)

• Ensures that the aircraft engine, wheels & brakes requiring maintenance, QEC build-up, repair, modification, test or overhaul are released to service within the required TAT and in compliance to the established quality and safety standards.

• Plans and controls shop work flow processes to ensure that shop maintenance tasks are carried out in accordance with the established quality standards and compliant to regulatory & customer requirements.

• Determines and recommends components that are feasible for in-house shop capability build-up to increase shop productivity and generate more revenues for the company.

• Provides motivation, encourages teamwork, communicates, delegates and leads to get action and results from personnel, in order to accomplish the mission and objectives of his section.

• Conducts orientation and monitors compliance with the established personnel policies and procedures to ensure proper personnel conduct and discipline in the performance of their duties.

• Motivates, communicates, listens, delegates and leads to get action and results from subordinates in order to achieve the goals and objectives of the unit.

0 3 A u g 2 0 0 9 - 3 0 N o v 2 0 1 5 : Section Manager – Production Planning (Engines & Components), LTP (Supervised/ managed 10 Production Planners)

• Plans and controls shop work flow processes to ensure that shop maintenance tasks are carried out in accordance with the established quality standards and compliant to regulatory & customer requirements.

• Ensures that components, engine, accessories and piece parts requiring maintenance, repair, modification, test or overhaul are released to service within the required TAT.

• Determines and recommends components that are feasible for in-house shop capability build-up to increase shop productivity and generate more revenues for the company.

• Determines and evaluates the removal forecasts of engine, APU & thrust reversers and coordinates with customer and concerned offices for proper scheduling of required maintenance tasks.

• Ensures that customer Engineering Orders (EO) and regulatory/ OEM directives such as AD, SB, SIL, CMM, ESM, AMM are complied during shop visit of component/ engine.

• Supervises and evaluates the workload package prepared by the Shop Planners based on defined workscope or customer EOs to ensure these will be executed in accordance with the requirements during the shop visit.

• Administers the implementation of TRAX system enhancement affecting component/ engine work planning.

• Takes the lead in identifying, evaluation, implementation and monitoring of lean and cost savings program in the production area to further improve and simplify the processes, increase efficiency and productivity, eliminates waste and improve TAT.

• Initiates post workscope review to determine work compliance on the engine. TRAX should be updated for AD/SB/EC compliance during shop visit.

• Represents concerned shop in meetings with regards to AD/SB/CMM/EO requirements to ensure its compliance.

• Assesses and analyzes actual performance of subordinates against the set standards and objectives to be able to improve individual performance and organizational effectiveness.

• Conducts orientation and monitors compliance with established personnel policies and procedures to ensure proper personnel conduct and discipline in the performance of their duties. 2 4 F e b 2 0 0 5 – 0 2 A u g 2 0 0 9 : Section Manager – Aircraft Tooling Operations, LTP (Supervised/ managed 3 Foreman + 40 Toolkeepers + 6 Tool Engineers at 24/7 operations)

• Supervises and oversees the toolroom operations to ensure all time availability of tools, equipment and expendables required to support line and base maintenance operations.

• Plans, organizes, evaluates and implements the maintenance programs for the company’s aircraft tools and equipment.

• Handles the inventory of aircraft tools (Airbus & Boeing), support equipment (mechanized & non-mechanized), mechanic handtools and structural toolings.

• Performs technical evaluation if feasible to locally fabricate special aircraft tools or loan from other MRO or aircraft manufacturer.

• Reviews and determines the replacement or acquisition program of aircraft tools & equipment taking into consideration of the fleet size, age and user operational requirements.

• Directs and controls the performance of repairs, preventive maintenance and refurbishment of aircraft tools and equipment.

• Ensures that the maintenance due dates/ staggering program of precision measuring equipment and tools/equipment with load test requirements are properly monitored and complied to prevent overrun.

• Coordinates with different line, shop and base production lines for their routine and non-routine tooling requirements.

0 2 F e b 2 0 0 2 – 2 3 F e b 2 0 0 5 : Section Manager – Quality & Process Development AO/Q, LTP

• Manages the Quality system of Aircraft Overhaul Department.

• Develops and maintains the company’s regulatory manuals and department handbook based on the specific requirements of LTP’s Quality system.

• Conducts orientation/ training sessions to explain to productive and support personnel the requirements of airworthiness regulations such as EASA, FAA, CAAP etc. and the customer quality system and documentation requirements.

• Conducts internal audits to ensure production units are in compliance to the established standards set by the company and aviation regulatory authorities.

• Conducts human factors training (safety learning experience) to increase the awareness of mechanics on past incidents/ accidents.

• Analyzes the post D-check layovers with concerned production units to determine the problems and difficulties encountered during the layover. Appropriate solutions or recommendations will be formulated and implemented to preclude such recurrence in the future layovers. 0 1 M a r 2 0 0 1 – 0 1 F e b 2 0 0 2 : Quality Assurance Officer, LTP

• Analyzes the relevant provisions of civil aviation regulations and applicable industry standards and translates them into company procedures.

• Evaluates, revises and updates the company regulatory manuals, handbooks and procedures manuals to conform with the current regulations.

• Communicates with Aviation Authorities on matters related to approved maintenance organization application for initial/ renewal/ variation of ratings, proposed changes in the regulatory manual.

• Maintains and monitors the currentness and validity of the company’s maintenance organization certificates and scope of approvals.

• Reviews newly issued and renewed maintenance organization approvals or certificates and operations specifications received from civil aviation to ensure these are incorporated in the Quality system.

• Conducts trainings, briefing or orientations as necessary on new policies and procedures to ensure proper implementation.

• Guides the different LTP departments in developing their internal quality systems in conformance with the aviation authority and company requirements.

1 5 F e b 1 9 9 9 – 2 8 F e b 2 0 0 1 : Methods Engineer – Schneider Electric, Riyadh, KSA

• Process improvement. Supports production elements in devising ways to improve productivity and material optimization to reduce waste and increase efficiency.

• Formulates policies and procedures to simply work processes.

• Initiates movement and re-layouting of the equipment, work areas and re-sequencing of work flow to ensure optimum work performance, productivity and efficiency.

• Conducts time and motion study, cost analysis, budget control analysis and feasibility studies.

• Drafts policies and procedures and incorporates in the Quality Manual.

• Conducts trainings, briefing or orientations as necessary on new policies and procedures to ensure proper implementation.

• Analyses and recommends changes in the product design to improve its marketability and product features.

0 1 A u g 1 9 9 7 – F e b 1 9 9 9 – Duty Manager- Materials Transport, PAL

• Supervises and supports different production units in terms of materials availability and on-time delivery.

• Implements monitoring and control systems in the inventory of aircraft parts and materials.

• Handles the customs clearance and documentation requirements for all imported deliveries and export shipments.

• Ensures proper packaging of materials to be shipped to line stations, repair agencies etc in accordance with relevant shipping regulations and specifications.

• Oversees the prompt turn-in of removed unserviceable parts to ensure that these are routed to in-house repair shops or for foreign ship-out within the established TAT.

• Investigates on missing, unreturned used or unused aircraft parts. 0 1 N o v 1 9 9 2 – A u g 1 9 9 7 – Methods Engineer, PAL

• Conducts feasibility studies, implements work improvements, simplifies work procedures, time & motion study, budget control etc.

• Drafts policies and procedures and incorporates in the Quality Manual.

• Prescribes cost and engineering standards.

• Conducts trainings, briefing or orientations as necessary on new policies and procedures to ensure proper implementation.

0 1 M a r 1 9 9 0 – 0 1 N o v 1 9 9 2 – Operations Performance Engineer, Fuels Planning, PAL

• Conducts feasibility study on the fuel pricing at international and regional fuel stations.

• Performs periodic and random annual site audits and calibration of fuel storage tanks outside of domicile.

• Analyzes the monthly performance of different refueling stations and recommends improvements to ensure efficient operation and increase productivity.

• Prepares the annual fuel planning and budget.

• Represents PAL in fuel contract planning and awarding with local fuel suppliers.

• Prepares monthly fuel stock inventory per line station. 0 1 J u n 1 9 8 7 – 0 1 M a r 1 9 9 0 – Inventory Controller, PAL

• Performs fuel servicing of B737-300, HS748, Fokker 50, B747

• Conducts Jet A-1 storage monthly stock inventory

• Performs Jet A-1 quality control test during receival and prior to actual aircraft servicing.

• Handles the periodic Jet A-1 storage tank maintenance. T R A I N I NGS

A T T E NDED:

1. Integrated AS 9110:2012/ OHSAS 18001:2007/ ISO 14001:2004 2. EASA Part 145 Regulations

3. US Federal Aviation Regulations Part 145

4. Specialized FAA Regulatory Familiarization regarding Major Repairs

& Alterations, Modifications & Replacement Parts

5. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Familiarization 6. CFM56-5B Engine Familiarization ATA 104 Level II 7. Methods Engineering Certificated Course

8. JAR 145 Training

9. Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUP) Seminar

10. Civil Air Regulations ATA Level 1

11. MORE Leadership: Fundamentals of Managerial Leadership 1 & 2 12. HAZMAT (Hazardous Materials) Course

13. Basic Aircraft Course

14. Cost Management Seminar

15. Effective Quality Auditing Workshop

16. Training-Workshop on 5S audit

17. TRAX Training Module for Administrator

18. Maintenance Crew Resource Management

19. Machinery Lubrication Level 1

20. Leadership Effectiveness Workshop

21. Work Simplification

22. Leadership & Management Seminar

23. Compressed Gases Course

24. Oxygen Transfilling Course

25. Analytic Troubleshooting Course

26. ESDS Familiarization

27. Effective Communication Skill



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