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Quality Assurance Maintenance

Location:
Suwanee, GA, 30024
Posted:
August 17, 2012

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THEAUTHOR TETTERTON

678-***-****

xepqhq@r.postjobfree.com

~ Production Supervisor~

Seeking growth and career opportunities working in a manufacturing environment.

QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE

Quality Assurance Specialist and Military Veteran with an Active Secret Security Clearance and more than 20 years of supervisory, technical, training and operations management skills gained through progressive years of experience within the aviation field. Subject matter expert in all areas of quality maintenance, quality assurance and supply systems. Proven ability to formulate and implement standard practices and procedures to affect dramatic improvements in efficiency, productivity, and processes toward successful attainment of specific goals. Powered with excellent interpersonal skills, along with proven capability to communicate well with all levels of professionals. Recognized as a genuine team player, committed to managing operations and projects flawlessly while contributing to the development of business activities. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.

• Leadership Development

• Staff Management

• Technical Operations

• Instruction / Training

• Program Development • Conflict Resolution

• Strategic Planning

• Oral/ Written Communication

• Continuous Process Improvement • Personnel Development

• Supervision/ Mentoring

• Organizational Management

• Quality Assurance

• Kronos Payroll Software

MILITARY EXPERIENCE

United States Navy

Production Supervisor | Senior Enlisted Advisor Okinawa, Japan

Supervisor: Anthony Vivona, 404-***-**** (May be contacted) Dec 2008–Feb 2012

Defined, supervised, and coordinated the work of 18 local national and US employees

Offered exceptional technical advice and necessary support to subordinate employees in guaranteeing compliance and timeliness of repairs

Executed training needs identification and organized training for mechanics, machinists, and military personnel

Fostered and maintained safe working conditions within the facility; evaluated employee’s performance, recommended performance awards, initiated necessary disciplinary actions

Performed authorization of leave and effectively resolved first-level supervisor complaints

Quality Assurance Supervisor Norfolk, VA, USA

Supervisor, John Malfitano, 757-***-**** (May be contacted) Dec 2006–Dec 2008

Functioned effectively in examining, evaluating, and advising on work related to the quality of products acquired and used by the Naval Air Command as well as constantly enhanced all organizational level products, processes, and services

Played a major role in assisting the development of plans and programs to achieve and maintain product quality throughout the items life cycle

Developed quality policy guidelines and monitoring operation procedures guidance for a standardized quality program to ensure prevention of defective products and to secure compliance with quality plans, technical directives, and requirements

Rendered exceptional technical expertise to efficiently assess and determine acceptability and adequacy as necessary

Expertly executed technical duties related to preventing defects and ensuring conformance with establish requirements throughout production cycles

Thoroughly studied and evaluated adverse quality trends on conditions and carried out a corrective action

Corrosion Control Leading Petty Officer | Airframes Branch Chief Norfolk, VA, USA

Supervisor: William Singletary, 757-***-**** (May be contacted) May 2004–Dec 2006

Led significant efforts in executing aircraft phase inspections

Professionally trained all work center personnel in aspects of corrosion prevention and treatment

Ensured that the Airframes Branch is prepared for all inspections and carried out training plans to improve productivity

Aviation Structural Mechanic Supervisor (Reserves) Andrews Air Force Base (AFB), MD, USA Jan 2001–Mar 2004

Rendered exceptional supervision to the efforts of 17 aircraft technicians executing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on a squadron of 6 C-130T Hercules aircraft

Provided technical oversight and hands-on assistance in repairing a variety of related systems failures

Ordered aircraft parts/supplies through the Navy’s computerized procurement system

CORPORATE EXPERIENCE

DynCorp

Aircraft Mechanic Camp Springs, MD, USA Apr–Dec 2001

Performed maintenance initiatives, including troubleshooting, replacement, and rigging to technical specifications

Extensively managed, forecasted, and coordinated overhaul maintenance for more than 170 spare wheel and tire assemblies for 8 different aircraft

Rendered assistance in the recovery and reclamation of damaged or crashed aircraft for all assigned host/tenant aircraft

Utilized maintenance instructions and technical data for inspection, maintenance, and repairs

Contributed in the training and direction of assigned personnel as well as provided professional instruction to subordinate technicians on all aspects of aero repair and wheel and tire

Centennial Farms

Maintenance Supervisor Atlanta, GA, USA Jun 2000–Mar 2001

Efficiently supervised a staff of maintenance technicians. Planned,organized, delegated, and followed up on work assignments

Interfaced with plant manager and production supervisors in establishing daily work priorities based on plant’s needs

Accurately updated current maintenance records on personal computer as well as expanded record systems for a more thorough record of repairs and maintenance on most plant equipment

Conducted evaluation of the plant for safety hazards and development of plans for corrections

Implemented safety rules to ensure prevention of on-the-job injuries

Chaired monthly safety meetings, accomplished performance reviews, and provided on-the-job instruction and training to efficiently improve the quality of workmanship

Ensured accuracy in compiling payroll data and encoding data using Kronos payroll software

EARLIER CAREER

United States Navy

Aviation Structural Mechanic Supervisor Norfolk, VA, USA May 1997–Jun 2000

Airframes Crew Member Virginia Beach, VA, USA Sep 1993–May 1997

EDUCATION

AVIATION INSTITUTE OF MAINTENANCE- DULUTH, GA (PURSUING POWER PLANT TECHNICAL TRAINING) FEB 2012- OCT 2012

LICENSE/CERTIFICATIONS

FAA Airframe License

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Hazardous Material Control and Management | Federal Appropriations Law | Franklin Covey Leadership

Airman Apprentice Training | General Shipboard Fire Fighting | Shipboard Aircraft Fire Fighting

Squadron Indoctrination | F-14 Airframes and Hydraulic Systems (Career) Organizational Maintenance

Naval Aviation Dispersed Technical Publications Librarian | Corrosion Control (Basic)

E-2/C-2 Airframes and Hydraulics Systems (Initial) Organizational Maintenance

Naval Aviation Quality Assurance Administration | Naval Aviation Maf-Scir Documentation for Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) For OMA’s

E-2/C-2 Airframe and Hydraulic Systems (Initial) Organization Maintenance Air Maintenance Training Unit, Norfolk, VA



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