Atlanta, GA Hiring Conference - July 26, 2016

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Navy Aviation Electrician with Industry Experience


  • Wire Repair
  • Power and Hand Tools
  • Antenna Installations
  • System Maintenance
  • Light Airframe Fabrication
  • Testing and Troubleshooting
  • Inspections and System Analysis
  • Inventory and Tool Management
  • Avionics Equipment Installation
  • Component Level Repair and Testing
  • Schematics Reading and Interpreting
  • System Diagnosis and Problem Solving
  • Configurations and Software Installations
  • Turbine and Internal Combustion Engines
  • Electromechanical Controlled Components
  • Wattmeters
  • Power Supplies
  • Signal Generators
  • Field Test Equipment
  • High Precision Multimeters
  • Pitot Static Test Equipment
  • Vibration Analysis Equipment
  • Pneumatic and Hydraulic Tools
  • Time Domain Reflectometers
  • Oscilloscopes: Digital and Analog
  • Radio Navigation Test Equipment


Lead Avionics Installer, Aviation Hardware and Pilot Supplies Retailer | 2015 - Present
Puyallup, WA

  • Serve as Build Designer on all general aviation aircraft models including Cessna, Piper, Experimental, Mooney, Beechcraft, and Diamond.
  • Test, troubleshoot and install all radio navigations systems, radios, intercom systems, and primary and secondary flight instruments.
  • Project cost and materials for over $160K worth of avionics and equipment for installations.
  • Install auto-pilot systems in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration standards.

Aircraft Mechanic and Electrical Collateral Duty Inspector, International Aerospace System Contractor | 2012 - 2014
Kingsville, TX

  • As Lead Troubleshooter on a T-45A/C Goshawk trainer jet, performed repairs on all system flight control equipment including navigation devices, video and heads-up display systems, and flight deck controls.
  • As Team Lead for avionics conversion of multifunction display avionics, budgeted over $2M worth of avionics equipment and build components for installations.
  • Served as Unscheduled Maintenance Department Mechanic, Electrician and Troubleshooter on a T-45A/C program.
  • Certified as Lead Flight Line Troubleshooter after completing 400 man-hours of training.
  • Certified as Collateral Duty Inspector on a T-45 training jet.
  • Earned over 50 hours of Flight Deck Coordinator experience during a T-45A/C training mission

Aviation Electronics Technician, United States Navy | 2007 - 2012
Corpus Christi, TX

  • Revitalized Work Centers Tool Control and Individual Material Readiness List (IMRL) programs; resulted in scheduled completion of 37 programs during a department-wide inspection.
  • Successfully completed 526 corrective maintenance actions, 23 special inspections, 312 turnaround inspections; achieved a 91% aircraft readiness and saved squadron over $200K in avionics repairs.
  • Served as Program Manager for battery safety and thermal runaway.
  • Served as Program Manager for Electric Static Discharge monitoring.
  • As Phalanx Weapons System Operator and Troubleshooter, provided force protection and system data, and performed maintenance on weapons systems.


Commercial Pilot School Program | 2015
Green River Community College, Auburn, WA

Avionics Technician Intermediate Level Class "A" School | 2008

Apprentice Technical Training "A" | 2008

Avionics Technician Course "C" | 2008

Electronics Technician Class "C" School | 2008
Oceana, VA

AYK-14(V) Digital Data Computer Intermediate Maintenance Course "C" | 2008
Oceana, VA

Combined Tacan Intermediate Maintenance Course "C" | 2008
Oceana, VA

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