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Aircraft Electricians are in charge for inspecting and repairing electrical problems in aircraft. Typical example resumes for this position focus on the following duties: monitoring electronic systems, following maintenance directives, testing avionics systems, insulating connections, and updating maintenance and repair records. Employers select resumes displaying qualifications like technical skills, troubleshooting, a meticulous approach to work, teamwork, time management, and integrity. Candidates should be aware they will need to work at heights and at odd hours. A Bachelor’s Degree is usually required for this job, along with training in physics, mathematics, electronics, and computing.

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Aircraft Electrician

United States Air Force (USAF)

  • Aircraft Electrical and Environmental Specialist for the 16th Weapons Squadron (WS), 57th Fighter Wing, Air Combat Command (ACC). Overall duties include the electrical and environmental flight line maintenance for the F-16 Fighting Falcon for the weapons training missions for qualifying fighter pilots.
  • Fabricated and routed F-16 aircraft anti-skid electrical harnesses in support of aircraft training operations. Fighter-jet grade anti-skid systems are critical for successive aircraft take-offs and landings. Overhauling of anti-skid harnesses resulted in the increase of the systems reliability rate of 99.9%.
  • Isolated landing gear indication malfunctions, replaced shorted down lock switches, and cleared unsafe gear conditions for training F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft. Landing gear indication is essential to the landing safety of the pilot and aircraft. Ensuring this critical component's functionality guarantees mission success.
  • Identified and remediated damaged oxygen supply lines for F-16 environmental systems. Pilots fly at altitudes that require 100% oxygen, and undergo heavy pressure maneuvers that pose a risk to the physiological support systems. Ensuring attention to detail in these systems have resulted in 100% sustained rate of operation for environmental systems.
  • Served in the Nellis AFB Honor Guard. Lead and performed 120+ hours of disciplined, choreographed honors to include colors presentation, retirement ceremonies, and funeral salutes for all United States military veterans and servicemen. Achieved distinguished Air Force Achievement Medal.
Candidate Info
2
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
Technology
Electrical And Environmental
2

Aircraft Electrician

Onboard Oxygen Generating System (OBOGS) Modification Technician

  • Completed modification of Onboard Oxygen Generating System
  • Modified system wiring for the OBOGS on F-16 Block 50
  • Performed removal/install of components and all follow-on maintenance for system
Candidate Info
12
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
AS
Avionics Systems Technology
BA
Business Management
Fcc Ground Radiotelephone
3

Aircraft Electrician

  • Became knowledgeable on over 20 different aircraft systems in 1 years time.
  • Examined a system fault discovering a minor issue saving the Air Force $250K from changing a major part.
  • Replaced over 90 feet of aircraft generator wire in under 2 days originally estimated at 7 days, enabled a major aircraft transfer on time.
  • Wire repair was originally estimated to take 2 weeks, finished in 3 days, resulted in 1 more aircraft available to support the mission ahead of time.
  • Tested, inspected and performed electrical system maintenance for 13 C-130J aircraft valued over $700M
  • Utilized technical orders, portable maintenance aid, diagrams and schematics to diagnose system malfunctions.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
Aviation
4

Aircraft Electrician - Armament, Battery Shop Technician

Perform scheduled/unscheduled maintenance and operational checks on AH64A Apache aircraft.

  • Perform test, troubleshoot, remove and replaced all Fire Control and Navigation components.
  • Perform test, remove, replace and service aircraft batteries for AH64A and UH60 Blackhawk helicopters.
  • Acquired Battery Shop Certification.
  • Jan 2005 - April 2005 temporarily assigned to Tikrit, Iraq to perform aircraft Modification on AH64D and UH60 Blackhawk helicopters. Installed electrical wiring harness, terminate connectors, installed components, performed continuity test on the wiring and performed operational checks.
Candidate Info
16
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
5

Aircraft Electrician/a&p Mechanic

Performed phase maintenance inspections on Cessna 402, 310, and Citation 1 aircraft

  • Troubleshoot faulty avionics equipment in order to diagnose and isolate the causes of equipment malfunction and affect repairs.
  • Performed recurring IFR checks including altimeter, pitot/static checks, and transponder checks.
  • Inspected, tested, adjusted, and repaired UHF/VHF communications, GPS, gyros, fuel quantity system, control panel, electronic instrument panel and standby instruments.
  • Repaired, replaced and performed operational and preventative checks and alignments on aircraft flight controls.
  • Tested avionic systems under simulated and actual operating conditions to determine performance, and airworthiness, using test equipment, such as oscilloscopes, digital meters and counters, while performing a test flight.
  • Maintained and updated aircraft phase books, logbooks and other maintenance forms and records.
  • Deployed to remote airfields for troubleshooting of downed aircraft and to repair aircraft using minimum ground equipment.
Candidate Info
25
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
6

Aircraft Electrician

  • Completed U.S. Army basic course acquiring mental toughness, loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity, personal courage as well as physical toughness.
  • Completed U.S. Army Advanced Individual Training as an Aircraft Electrician, obtaining different aspects of Aircraft components, troubleshooting, team work, urgency and discipline.
  • Served in Korea from 2014-2015. Learned to work in different cultural environment under harsh condition. Got involved in many field training to accomplish the mission.
  • Completed Basic Leader Course acquiring skills on leading the troops, counseling and taking care of the Soldiers to show purpose, direction and motivation.
  • Worked as Platoon Administrator dealing with junior enlisted soldiers to high ranking officers regarding Training and administrative work.
  • Worked as a Company Information Management Officer troubleshooting issues with Computer system, internet, printers and Nipper access.
Candidate Info
7
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
BS
Computer Science
7

Aircraft Electrician

Supervised, inspected and performed aviation maintenance on aircraft electrical systems

  • Diagnosed and troubleshot malfunctions in electrical and electronic equipment
  • Removed, installed, repaired, adjusted and tested electrical/electronic elements of assemblies and components according to technical manuals.
  • Deployment to Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
HS
Aircraft Electrical / Avionics
BS
Aeronautics
8

Aircraft Electrician

  • Aircraft Electrician on F/A-18C fighter jets. Additionally, an in-work-center agent for the Q.A. Department ensuring attention to detail and proper, safe maintenance of the aircraft.
  • Secret Security Clearance
  • Advanced through the ranks unusually quickly due to extra-curricular studies, a good grasp on technical understanding, and the ability to adapt.
  • Utilized a common sense approach coupled with strong technical knowledge and ability to read schematics to isolate defective aircraft components as opposed to changing out parts until the aircraft worked; resulting in significantly reduced man hours and costs.
  • Obtained knowledge and achieved qualifications to expand the scope of tasks able to do.
  • Supervised junior personnel in numerous maintenance tasks, providing guidance and instruction as needed to ensure proper, timely completion of tasks.
  • Pioneered new procedures and techniques to promote the longevity of aircraft components, reducing the frequency of maintenance tasks and resulting in a reduction in costs and man hours.
Candidate Info
21
years in
workforce
7
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
Electrical Engineering
Aerospace Technician Certification
9

Line Maintenance Aircraft Electrician & Avionics Mechanic

Diagnosed and repaired electrical & avionics system faults on US Army UH-60 Blackhawk & CH-47 Chinook helicopters using applicable manuals, test equipment & special tools.

  • Performed unscheduled & scheduled maintenance on 150+ individual aircraft across six variations of two air-frame types during a course of six years in line maintenance.
  • Non-Crewmember operator of Auxiliary Power Units on CH-47 Chinook & UH/HH-60 Blackhawk helicopters.
  • Performed safety and special inspections per manufacturer & program manager instructions for aircraft Original Equipment and authorized add-on equipment. Installed & removed authorized add-on systems per manufacturer instructions.
  • Traveled with aircraft & crews on cross-country flights for reliable in-transit avionics troubleshooting away from home station. Traveled to locations away from home station for reliable diagnosis & repair of Aircraft-On-Ground faults.
  • Maintained a valid SECRET level security clearance.
  • Communications Security Custodian responsible for proper pickup and deletion of electronic encryption keys and maintaining authorization memorandums for personnel cleared to handle encryption keys.
  • Was accountable for correct & up to date inventories on shop toolboxes, special tools, & test equipment, Battle Damage Assessment And Repair Kit tools & consumables for Aircraft On Ground troubleshooting and repair.
  • Issued out hazardous material items to personnel and ensured proper procedures were followed for disposal of used & returned HAZMAT items.
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
9
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
Uh-60m Blackhawk Transition Course
Ch-47f Chinook Transition Course
10

Aircraft Electrician

Reviewed and trained personnel on usage of Automated Logistics Environment including publications and schematics.

  • Responsible for all completed work, ensuring that maintenance is accomplished in accordance with maintenance and engineering documentation (VA).
  • Responsible for maintaining, testing and repairing electrical systems on the E-2D Advanced Hawkeye (VA).
  • Established 23 Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs for a new contract
  • Plane Captain Program Manager, assuring program is operated in accordance with corporate and naval standards; sits on Plane Captain Qualification boards
  • E-2D Plane Captain and Electrical Shop Collateral Duty Inspector (QA Function).
  • Ordinance Qualified to remove and install JL-42 explosive cartridges on the E-2D.
  • Certified to ship and receive Hazardous Material.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled electrical maintenance on 1 E-2C Nav Upgrade, 2 Hawkeye 2000, and 1 C-2 (MD).
  • Performed pre-flight, daily, turn around, and post flight inspections on a multi-billion dollar air craft fleet (VA).
Candidate Info
30
years in
workforce
8
years
at this job
BS
Social And Health Services
MA
Aviation / Aerospace Management And Aviation / Aerospace Safety Programs

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