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US Army Aviation Mechanic


  • Personnel Management/Evaluation
  • Operations/Logistics Management
  • Leadership/Safety Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Training Development/Instruction
  • Inventory Control/Asset Management
  • Maintenance/Aviation Fleets
  • Computer Operation/Data Entry
  • Equipment Records/Parts Management
  • Task Prioritization/Time Management
  • Quality Control/Productivity
  • Administration/Documentation
  • Experience working in/with Diverse Work Force
  • Effective Communicator-Oral & Written
  • Leadership/Safety Management
  • Information Management/Report Generation
  • Precision Measuring Equipment
  • Secret Security Clearance


United States Army | 1998 - 2018

Maintenance/Production Manager | 2015 - 2018

  • Collected and updated data, and prepared, analyzed, and distributed daily, monthly, and annual reports that tracked efficiency, quality of service and logistical requirements.
  • Supervised the accountability and maintenance of 30 helicopters with direct support over the airframe, power train, power plant, and avionics/electrical shop departments.
  • Developed briefings detailing fiscal expenditures to optimize fleet maintenance costs.
  • Proficiently used Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel.
  • Established priorities of work for the unit's 300+ maintainers while coordinating support efforts for 35 helicopters valued at more than $2B.
  • Ensured cleanliness of multiple military facilities.
  • Responsible for equipment, bench stock, vehicles and trailers valued at more than $10M.
  • Enforced and oversaw the implementation of policies and procedures.
  • Managed, implemented, and oversaw all shop production schedules.
  • Monitored all workspaces throughout the building to identify equipment in need of repair.
  • Stocked, inventoried, and ordered organizationally funded materials and supplies required to support and maintain facility components.
  • Monitored all workspaces throughout the building to identify equipment in need of repair.

MEDEVAC Flight Manager / Quality Assurance Representative | 2013 - 2015

  • Planned, prioritized, directed, and evaluated activities, projects and programs relating to 15 MEDEVAC helicopters.
  • Managed maintenance staff including performance evaluations, addressing personnel issues, generating assignments, and setting work priorities for 25 Soldiers.
  • Provided technical guidance, diagnosis, and troubleshooting of aircraft and aircraft systems including exterior body, electrical, hydraulic, individual parts, and engines.
  • Coordinated scheduling of 15 helicopters using flight schedules and maintenance schedules to ensure mission readiness.
  • Supervised aircrew training and annual proficiency and readiness training evaluations.
  • Responsible for equipment valued at more than $100M.
  • Performed over 50+ Quality Assurance checks for three Contract Field Teams to ensure they adhered to their $15.5M contract.

Aviation Material Specialist / Ground Government Representative | 2011 - 2013

  • Served as the Ground Government Flight Representative, responsible for the safety and well-being of over 50 contractors.
  • Conducted periodic assessments of the contractor's operations to ensure compliance with the approved procedures.
  • Responsible for the status requirement and reports of 35 fixed wing aircraft in high stress and ever-changing environments.
  • Managed more than $2B worth of aircraft, ground support equipment, and advanced ground and satellite communications systems.
  • Determined schedules, sequences, and assignments for work activities, based on work priority, quantity of equipment, and skill of personnel.
  • Inspected and monitored work areas, examined tools and equipment, and provided employee safety training to prevent, detect, and correct unsafe conditions or violations of procedures and safety rules.
  • Conducted and arranged for employee training in safety, repair, maintenance techniques, operational procedures, and equipment use.
  • Monitored employees' work levels and reviewed work performances.
  • Scheduled and organized UH-60 Blackhawk rigging, corrosion control, aviation vibration analysis, and 128D GPS training for over 300+ maintainers/aircrews.
  • Worked directly with Project & Program Manager Offices to organize and coordinate NET training for more than five upgrades added to over 35 helicopters.

Lead Operations Trainer | 2009 - 2011

  • Provided Commander with technical, tactical, and administrative advice on all enlisted Soldiers.
  • Executed and supervised routine operations, personnel reporting, coordinating and administrative actions for 50 Commissioned and Enlisted Soldiers.
  • Instrumental in improving the training and administrative reporting accuracy from 20% to 100% by building and maintaining the Defense Training Management System (DTMS).
  • Supervised supply, maintenance and equipment accountability; oversaw aircraft maintenance and utilization; assisted in planning, coordinating and supervising training.
  • Supported aviation support training for five JRTC rotations with over 3000 Soldiers to prepare for combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Managed 100% mission completion without incident while driving Soldiers to achieve the highest standards in safety utilizing Composite Risk Management.
  • Exercised supervisory personnel management responsibilities. Advised and provided counsel to employees regarding policies, procedures, and directives of management.

Maintenance Manager | 2007 - 2009

  • Managed 13 NCOs and 60 Soldiers for various aviation support programs and staff administration within the organization. Set the standards and responsibilities to ensure proper guidance and compliance of company policies.
  • Maintained company vehicles and equipment worth more than $3M.
  • Oversaw 65+ Soldiers and provided monthly evaluation and professional growth reports; resulted in 100% organizational readiness.
  • Performed maintenance trend analysis and applied production control, quality control and key maintenance management principles and procedures to aircraft maintenance operations.
  • Spearheaded and redesigned all maintenance practices and procedures while maintaining 12 CH-47D/F and 23 UH-60A/L helicopters with a value of $826M; increased serviceability by 90%.
  • As the Battalion Unit Movement Officer, coordinated the movement of over 80 vehicles and 20 pieces of line haul equipment for a field exercise.
  • Organized the recovery of a $14M downed aircraft without further damage over 100 miles away from post.

Quality Control Assurance Inspector | 2006 - 2007

  • Directly managed the quality of work performed on over 30 UH-60 Helicopters and facilities.
  • Inspected aircraft systems, subsystems and components according to applicable technical publications.
  • Responsible for reporting all program safety of flight results. Computed and reviewed historical records and ULLS-A records for proper entries and corrective actions.
  • Provided supervision and technical expertise to maintenance personnel. Reviewed and implemented best practices within Quality to support achievement of organizational objectives.

Track Vehicle Mechanic | 1998 - 2006

  • Inspected, serviced and maintained diesel engines.
  • Used power and hand tools and specialized machinery.
  • Operated, serviced and used recovery vehicles and equipment procedures used in rigging, recovering and towing track vehicles.
  • Serviced track vehicle cross drive transmission assemblies, transfer assemblies, hydraulic brake systems and fire extinguisher/suppression systems.


Local Government 101 Certification | 2017

Associate of Science | 2012

Ground Government Representative Course | 2011

Equal Opportunity Leaders Course | 2010

Assistant Master Resiliency Course | 2010

Supervisor Senior Leaders Course | 2009

UH-60 Blackhawk Repairer Course | 2002

Track Vehicle Repairer | 1989