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Jet Engine Mechanics are responsible for the maintenance and repairs of aircraft engines. Specific responsibilities for this role include performing regular inspections, diagnosing malfunctions, identifying cracks and leaks, assembling engine components, performing maintenance, and maintaining maintenance and repair records. Job assets observed on a Jet Engine Mechanic example resume include mechanical skills, troubleshooting, observational skills, attention to details, a meticulous approach to work, integrity, and recordkeeping. At least an Associate’s Degree in a mechanical field with focus on aviation is seen on most resumes for Jet Engine Mechanic.

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Jet Engine Mechanic

Experience working on Pratt & Whitney F-100 series engines and F-15 secondary power systems. Responsible for ensuring serviceability of all F-100 engine assets to Bitburg Air Base

  • Performed Flex and Ridged boroscope inspections
  • Assist aircraft mechanic in repairing, servicing and overhauling aircraft jet engines
  • Troubleshoot and repair engine electrical systems using schematics
  • Proficient on engine blade blending procedures
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
Management Training
12

JET ENGINE MECHANIC & QUALITY ASSURANCE SPECIALIST

  • Jet engine mechanic on J-52, Tf-34 and T-56 jet engines performing all phases of engine overhaul
  • Turbine and compressor rotor overhaul, blade replacement and final balance
  • Quality Assurance Inspector for aircraft final line
  • Performed periodic, special, in-process inspections on equipment and personnel
  • Assured final overhaul documentation and weight and balance have been accomplished prior to final release of the aircraft to the flight crew
  • Conducted flight crew debriefs following initial flight out of overhaul status
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
13

Jet Engine Mechanic/backshop/test Cell

  • Performs jet engine intermediate repair on 146 F100-PW-229 & 69 F100-PW-220 on 82 assigned F-15 aircraft
  • Complies with time compliance technical orders directed by higher headquarters & utilizes the AFTO 22 program
  • Records and enters on equipment data into Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS) for engines
  • Participates in comprehensive training, quality assurance, adheres to foreign object prevention & safety programs
Candidate Info
3
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
14

Staff Sergeant As Jet Engine Mechanic

  • Enforced guidelines for proper technical publications and safety equipment use
  • Directed and coordinated all manpower to ensure on time aircraft operations and schedules
  • Involved in the hands-on activities of repair and preventative maintenance of various
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
15

Jet Engine Mechanic II

  • Inspected, maintained, modified, tested, repaired jet engines and engine ground support equipment
  • Examined engines for oil leaks and defective parts
  • Inspected turbine blades for cracks, breaks, or other defects
  • Performed troubleshooting activities to detect and determine repair procedures on aircraft engines using engine test equipment
  • Read and interpreted drawings, schematics, wiring diagrams, and technical instructions to determine repair procedures on aircraft engines
  • Prepared aircraft engines for installation, storage or transportation
  • Disposed of hazardous waste and materials following prescribed standards
  • Adjusted, calibrated, and aligned system components
Candidate Info
19
years in
workforce
9
years
at this job
16

Squadron Jet Engine Mechanic

Demonstrated an exceptional ability to adapt to and overcome any maintenance problem he encounters with amazing results and precision. Also, demonstrated the ability to remove and replace EA-6B aircraft engine and components. Working knowledge of fuel system and external tanks. Performed maintenance procedure on J-52 engine while working with hazardous materials. Inspected turbine sections, serviced oil engine systems and to operate removal and replacement of fuel cell components.

  • Kept track of aircraft maintenance work.
  • Ensure that the aircraft maintenance and repair work was done as per schedule.
  • Used hoist or lift devices to remove / replace entire engines from an aircraft
  • Read and interpret pilot's descriptions of problems to diagnose causes and proper maintenance solutions.
  • Remove, inspect, repair, and install in-flight refueling stores and external fuel tanks.
  • Examine and inspect aircraft components, including landing gear, hydraulic systems, and deicers to locate cracks, breaks, leaks, or other malfunctions.
  • Initiative led to successful completion of past objectives within the aircraft.
Candidate Info
2
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
17

Jet Engine Mechanic

  • Performed maintenance and daily checks which included fueling and defueling aircraft
  • Provided a rapid means of troubleshooting and repairing discrepancies discovered during flight operations
  • Responsible for safety of pilot/aircrew, and all personnel on the flight line
  • In charge of aircraft spotting/towing, and the last set of eyes on the aircraft before take-off
  • Maintained ships compartments, decks, deck machinery, and equipment, external structure, lines, and riggings
  • Manned and operated small boats, cranes, and winches
  • Acted as members of gun crews and damage control parties
  • Overall in charge of U.S. 7th fleet Admirals Barge
Candidate Info
1
year in
workforce
1
year
at this job
HS
High School Diploma
18

Aviation Turbo Jet Engine Mechanic

  • Inspected and examined aircraft components, such as engine, hydraulic systems. Compressor and auxiliary power units
  • Repaired and Maintained power plant mechanics, using precision tools, engine hardware based on duties relating to flight line operations
  • Obtained fuel, oil and water samples and checked for contamination
  • Conducted daily and special inspections as required by regulations
  • Inspected completed work to certify that maintenance met standards and that aircraft are ready for operation
  • Read and Interpreted maintenance manuals, and other specifications to determine methods of repairing or replacing damaged components
  • Measured parts for wear and tear, using hand and power tools, measuring devices, multimeter, electrical diagrams and engine electrical systems
  • Documented all preventive and corrective aircraft maintenance
  • Modified aircraft power plant fuel equipment, schematics, charts, engineering order and illustration and technical publications
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
19

Jet Engine Mechanic/specialist

Performs jet engine and aircraft scheduled /unscheduled and preventive maintenance.

  • Ensures accuracy of documented maintenance certifying aircraft airworthiness.
  • Performs troubleshooting on complex engine and aircraft systems using sophisticated test equipment.
  • Utilizes and interprets schematic diagrams, technical drawings and charts in technical manuals and publications used during maintenance.
  • Performs removal, repair, installation, and inspection of jet engine/airframe components ensuring compliance with established standards.
  • Certifies and trains turbine engine blade blend repair methods essential to aircraft engine operation through written and demonstration testing.
  • Trains and certifies rigid and flexible borescope fiber-optic inspection procedures which are critical to internal operation of aircraft engines.
  • Operates, trains and certifies installed engine operation and emergency procedures at all power settings on F-16 aircraft for verification of system serviceability.
Candidate Info
35
years in
workforce
13
years
at this job
AAS
Biomedical Equipment Technology
20

Flight Line Supervisor, Jet Engine Mechanic, CDI Inspector

  • Served honorably in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom awarded Navy Commendation Medal for honorable service and Navy Marine Corps Achievement Medal for unremitting commitment to military tasks.
  • Inspected various aircraft engine installs, parts components inspections, post flight and pre flight inspections special and scheduled maintenance inspections.
  • High and Low power turn qualified allowed me to effectively test GE-400-404 jet engines on a daily basis, aircraft systems and related inspection paperwork.
  • Recognized for managing and carrying out over 12,000 continuous successful flight hours in a fiscal year, a command record while managing 53 plane captains.
  • Actions while serving as flight line manager/CDI Inspector resulted in preservation of a multi- million-dollar budget for aircraft testing over a 2-year period, leading to extensive progress in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Practice Six Sigma and Kaizen on a daily basis in order for continuous improvement within my work force.
  • Acted as Aviation Collateral Duty Inspector signing off all special inspections including aircraft washes, 100 hour inspections, daily inspections, turnaround inspections, preflight and FOD checks.
  • Extremely proficient in the following areas of computers, hardware and software.
  • Computer programming, Corridor 7 Maintenance Software, Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Encarta, Utilizing Internet Searches, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook Express, Trend Office Micro Scan, Corridor, RIMAS NTP and Online Databases.
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
AA
Business Management
BS
Business Management
Voc
Certificate Of Aerospace Mechanics / Physics

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