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Aircraft Maintenance Technicians check airplanes and helicopters regularly and perform any necessary repairs. Well-written resume samples for this job showcase duties such as visually inspecting parts, checking aircraft after landing, detecting defects, repairing aircraft, updating records, and reporting to supervisors. The ideal candidate should be able to showcase in his or her resume mechanical aptitudes, accuracy, observation spirit, the ability to work under pressure, decision-making, integrity, and teamwork. Eligible candidates undergo FAA training, hold industry certification, and have several years of practical experience.

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Aircraft Maintenance Technician

Managed sections training records. Ensured all training requirements were met for 34 personnel resulting in zero training over dues and no missed appointments.

  • Performed maintenance on six separate military airframes. Expertly maintained, troubleshot, and repaired assets with 100% quality assurance pass rate.
  • Lead and participated F-16 Hydrazine Emergency Response teams. Ensured safety of pilots and maintainers during aircraft Emergency Power Unit activations, and system leaks.
  • Supervised and performed inspections on 180+ assigned external fuel tanks. Maintained a 98% Mission Capable status which was a two year high.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
2

Aircraft Maintenance Technician

  • Active US government security clearance.
  • Supervised personnel in the repair of multimillion dollar aircraft.
  • Managed multiple Airspeed and Lean Six Sigma evolutions to optimize and prioritize the completion of work orders and revamped the layout of production floor work stations increasing productivity by 25%.
  • Performed servicing of hydraulic systems, engine oil, fuel, and ensured lubrication of aircraft components, while performing inspecting, launching and recovering aircraft.
  • Inspects and maintains aircraft fuselages, wings, fixed and movable surfaces, airfoils, empennages, wheels, tires, controls, and mechanisms
Candidate Info
42
years in
workforce
23
years
at this job
3

Aircraft Maintenance Technician

Directed and prioritized organizational level maintenance on 9 cargo class aircraft worth $2B supporting 24/7 unit and higher headquarters.

  • Revamped malfunctioning part turn-in process. Developed a tracking system enabling analysis of individual training deficiencies across 4 agencies. Led training classes to correct those deficiencies and cut part turn in time 20% and part loss by 100%. Allowed unit to consistently exceed higher headquarters 3 day standard and saved unit $400k in lost part fees annually.
  • Ensured safety standards compliance, proper usage of technical data, and accuracy of maintenance records. Inspected and evaluated maintenance for compliance. Identified adverse trends and developed process improvements.
  • Reacted to no notice mission requirement. Led team of 10 to flawlessly install cargo air drop equipment 5 hours ahead of 12 hour standard. Efforts led to a savings of $81K in parts.
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
AS
Aviation Maintenance Technology
Information Security
4

Aircraft Maintenance Technician

Solely Responsible for boosting the section's quality assurance pass rate to 96%

  • Responsible for A-10C aircraft valued at over $266 million
  • Quickly and accurately identifies and resolves aircraft mechanical
  • Individually performs at 100% successful launch prep rate.
  • Trained personnel in proprietary systems and procedures to increase support efficiency.
  • Proactively completed numerous trainings to enhance career and management knowledge.
  • Performs maintenance and produces detailed and accurate records for 14 aircraft.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
750 Clock Hour Program
5

Aircraft Maintenance Technician

Performed routine inspections or special maintenance to prevent failures of aircraft

  • Performed complete operations checks on aircraft systems including hydraulics, electrical and pneumatic systems
  • Repaired, reworked, and modified worn or defective assemblies, making alterations or changes to units where necessary.
  • Followed approved maintenance procedures for subject component or system, consulting internal procedures that have been FAA approved, OEM technical data, and work package instructions.
  • Performed serviceability tests on repaired components/systems using test equipment specified by the original equipment manufacturer.
  • Properly accounted for time and materials used in all inspection and maintenance activities.
Candidate Info
12
years in
workforce
AS
Aviation Maintenance Technology
BA
Applied Science
6

Aircraft Maintenance Technician

  • Thousands of aircraft maintenance work orders completed over 6 years across multiple countries - ranging from hydraulic, sheet metal, engine, and powertrain work
  • Audited 40+ Log Books monthly to ensure accuracy/completion - preventing financial waste estimated at $1,000,000 in parts/labor
  • Trained and mentored new Aircraft Maintenance Technicians in proper Aircraft Maintenance and OSHA standards resulting in 100% qualification over a 4-year period
  • Controlled and Maintained $100,000+ of inventory and tools, resulting in the removal of redundant items, obsolete part numbers, and a comprehensive organization of supplies
  • Audited $1,000,000+ in parts requests successfully resulting in the prevention of financial waste during aircraft resets and the improvement of Production Control and Supply Operations
  • Prepared budget paperwork monthly to assist Production Control Officers and Supply Officers in the facilitation of parts/labor
  • Assisted in the facilitation of over 200 Afghan nationals daily entry to Jalalabad Airfield, Afghanistan over the course of 1 month allowing 0 incidents
  • 250 phase hours/200+ work orders for Aviation Intermediate Maintenance (AVIM) - bringing Aircraft Flight Readiness to optimum levels - 90+% Aircraft ready to fly
  • Fully repaired organization's (1300+ soldiers) fleet of 8 Alternate Ground Power Units (AGPUs) essential to the upkeep of over 20 aircraft; Resulting in the increase of operational level of AGPUs from 50% to nearly 100%
  • Devised Quick Travel Kits containing essential tools and supplies for rapid notice maintenance repair - Reduced preparation time 50%
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
7

Aircraft Maintenance Technician

Presently working as a line mechanic at the Denver Maintenance facility. Reputation for accurately troubleshooting inbound aircraft with maintenance discrepancies to assure all parts are available to complete repairs with as little down time as possible.

  • Ten years of experience working as Station Maintenance Representative, communicating with and directing leads and mechanics regarding maintenance issues on the line operation. Also coordinating aircraft movement between the hangar and gates.
  • Experience working as Station Maintenance Controller, planning manpower and resources for overnight workload.
  • Reduced aircraft out-of-service times by developing and implementing a procedure that increased reliability of the materials ordering and delivery process.
  • Extensive background on Boeing and Airbus Fleet types and strong knowledge of maintenance programs.
Candidate Info
62
years in
workforce
26
years
at this job
AS
Aviation Maintenance Technology
8

Aircraft Maintenance Technician

As an A&P line maintenance Technician on the Embraer 145 ER, LR, XR, CRJ 200, 700, 900 and ATR 42/72 my duties were to perform maintenance functions at the gate to ensure aircraft safety, on time departures, overnight departures, and clearing MEL's.

  • Perform routine and non-routine maintenance on Embraer 145ER, LR, XR, and ATR42. These maintenance checks can range from engine changes, APU changes and A and C check maintenance.
  • Perform avionics tasks for the purpose of trouble shooting and aircraft modifications.
  • Run and Taxi qualified for the purpose of repositioning aircraft as well as operational tests.
  • Represent the company as a technician representative on field trips to recover aircraft at out stations.
  • RII qualified inspector for the purpose of assuring the item being inspected was accomplished in a manner to preclude a failure or malfunction that could endanger the safe operation of the aircraft, if not properly installed or if improper parts or materials are used. Also, they will ensure all work was done with proper tooling/ equipment in accordance with current procedures, standards and limitations.
Candidate Info
35
years in
workforce
16
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
License
9

Lead Aircraft Maintenance Technician

Managed 25-30 person shop assigning maintenance teams for troubleshooting and repair requirements as needed.

  • Shift Supervisor for 8-10 person team leading team in assessing malfunctions, repair and replacement procedures and performing operational checks of various systems.
  • Front line supervisor of 5-10 personnel for training and performance evaluation.
  • First point of contact to assess and assist personnel with maintenance issues
  • Performed initial troubleshooting with the flight and maintenance crews
  • Obtained, evaluated, and notified outside specialty teams to perform maintenance
  • Accomplished electrical/environmental modifications and upgrades
  • Performed after maintenance inspections for quality assurance
Candidate Info
17
years in
workforce
9
years
at this job
AS
Aviation Maintenance Technology
BS
Information Technology
10

Aircraft Maintenance Technician, Apprentice, A1c

Directly supported C-130H, C-12J, and UH-1N intratheater mission.

  • Provided transient aircraft maintenance to include C-130, C-5, KC-135, F-22, and C-17.
  • Worked isochronal inspection section for all 14 assigned C-130's as well as all C-130's in WESTPAC region.
  • Refurbishment/ corrosion control for assigned and transient aircraft, static display aircraft and Aerospace Ground Equipment.
  • Evaluated C-130 radome cracks and initiated repair procedures.
  • Performed 5+ depot level waterline-200 main landing gear crack repairs.
  • Assigned to multiple dedicated crews for engine truss mount and nose landing gear trunnion replacement.
Candidate Info
2
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AS
Fitness And Nutrition Certification

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