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CV, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer seeking job in Australia or Canada

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 9472

List top 5 skills: aeronautical engineer, avionics, flight mechanic, line maintenance, mechanic
Short Bio:

In a short time became a flight mechanic
Troubleshooting systems
Covering maintenance station in other countries
Lead Mechanic

Current location: 

Federal District, Mexico - View on map

Spoken languages: 

english, spanish

Locations I am interested in working:

Australia, canada, United States



OBJECTIVES

• To gain a position in the company as an Engineer or Aircraft Technician

• To perform technical work related to the investigation and the solution of technical problems associated with research, design, service and maintenance.

• To contribute optimally and efficiently with the company

• To provide assistance to engineering and technical staff whenever is needed.

• Proficiently apply company and FAA regulations, as well as policies and procedures.

• Provide with my knowledge and experience to improve processes.

ACADEMIC INFORMATION 

• Bachelor’s Degree Aeronautical Engineering

Escuela Superior de Ingeniería Mecánica y Eléctrica

U.P. Ticomán

Instituto Politécnico Nacional

Mexico City, Mexico

o Professional License Credential Number: 5668611

o DGAC Mexico: Electronic Systems License: 201323050

o DGAC Mexico: Airplanes, Engines, and Airframe License: 200701785

• A&P + Avionics Aircraft Maintenance Technical Engineering

Aviation Institute Of Maintenance

Lawrenceville (Atlanta Campus), GA

o FAA A&P License (3528595)

o FCC GRO License (0019669118)

WORK EXPERIENCE

• From January 2011 working as a Line Maintenance Technician in MAS AIR CARGO AIRLINE based in Mexico City, performing activities such as:

o Performing all line maintenance tasks in B767-300F and B767-300 PAX such as: transit checks, daily checks, 100 hrs inpections, 400 hrs inspections, A-checks.

o Performing FAA regulations and procedures as well as service bulletins, airworthiness directives, and FAR regulations.

o Performing correct application of MEL, CDL, DDG to company fleet, anduse of manuals such as: AMM (Aircraft Maintenance Manual), WDM (Wiring Diagram Manual), IPC (Illustrated Parts Catalog), SSM (System Schematic Manual), SRM (Structural Repair Manual), FIM (Fault Isolation Manual).

o Attending reports made by flight crew and flight attendants as part of line maintenance functions.

o Performing corrective actions to NRI (Non Required Items) entered or reported by Quality Assurance department.

o Perform troubleshooting in all aircraft systems and closing of deferred items.

o Working as FlightMechanic in order to determine proper aircraft maintenance and troubleshooting to faults presented during flight, as well as to covermaintenance stations in other countries.

o Performing aircraft maintenance toMAS AIR CARGO AIRLINE fleet as well as LATAM Group fleet such as:LAN CARGO, LAN CHILE, LAN PERU, FLORIDA WEST, and TAM Airlines; WITH RELEASE AUTHORIZATION.

• From September 2010 to December 2010 working in ATLANTIC SOUTHEAST AIRLINES (OPERATED AS DELTA CONNECTION) as an A&P Mechanic achievieng activities such as:

o Performing all line maintenance functions and troubleshooting all CRJ-200 CRJ-700 and CRJ-900

o Correcting discrepancies entered by the flight engineer in the Flight Maintenance Discrepancy Log.

o Inspecting engines, landing gears, pumps and other components as indicated in the maintenance manuals.

o Making critical decisions regarding aircraft safety in a timely manner.

o Completing all documentation/paper work in a neat and proficient manner according to Company policies and procedures, as well as per FAR 65.81 and 65.83.

o Accomplishing any task as assigned by the Lead or Maintenance Supervisor.

• From January 2007 to January 2008 I worked at Dirección General de Servicios Aéreos de la Procuraduría General de la República (General Management of Aircraft Services of the General Bureau of the Republic) within the Major and Line Maintenance Engineering departments achieving activities such as:

o Supporting to the Engineering Department in attending preventive and corrective maintenance reports.

o Analysing technical information of the aircraft fleet, provided by the manufacturers such as: ROCKWELL, CESSNA, BEECHCRAFT, GULFSTREAM, LOCKHEED, MCDONELL DOUGLAS

o Elaborating Engineering Orders

o Failure Analyzing and Troubleshooting

o Elaborating Maintenance programs

o Proper use of manuals to verify and apply the correct maintenance procedures, failure correction, parts identification and wiring diagrams interpretation.

o Line Maintenance (Mainly on McDonell Douglas DC-9 and Gulfstream Grumman II)

• During College, I worked with the Computarized Numeric Control Machine (CNC), assisting students to perform designs and the manufacture of mechanical parts using MasterCAM software.

• Eventual job at a metallurgical company as an apprentice of molding of non-ferrous metals.

COURSES AND SEMINARS

• Boeing B767-300F and B767-300 PAX

• Avionics on fleet B767-300F/B767-300 PAX

• RVSM and ETOPS course

• CAT II/III

• Bombardier CRJ900/700/200

• McDonell Douglas DC-9

• Modelling, design, control and manufactureof mechanical parts

• MasterCAM

• UNIGRAPHICS NX2

• CNC CINCINNATI VNC-500 Machine operator

• SOLIDWORKS (Modelling and design)

• ANSYS

• Mechanical Desktop (Modelling and design)

• AutoCAD

• Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher)

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

• Aircraft Maintenance Technical Engineering Degree graduated with Honors

• 17 Director’s Award, 1 Honor Roll award, and 1 Perfect Attendance Award earned throughout the Aircraft Maintenance Technical Engineering Degree.

• Highest qualification obtained at the seminar “Modeling, design, control and manufactureof mechanical parts” thus assuring obtaining my degree in Aeronautical Engineering.

• Wing Design and manufacture for testing in the wind tunnel as part of a term project during college.

• Attendance at the conference “Simposium Internacional de Tecnología Aeronáutica y Espacial 2004” (International Symphosium of Aeronautics and Space Technology 2004) in Mexico City, during my studies in Aeronautical Engineering.

• High Performance Athlete–Finswimming

o National Youth Sub-Champion 2000

o National Children’s Champion 1997

o 7 National Championships to qualify for World Championships

o 3 timesNational Team Pre-selected.

o 2 timesNational Team Selected

LANGUAGES

• Spanish Fluent (100%)

• English Fluent (100%)