CV, CASA And CAAS Licensed Aircraft Engineer Targeting Auz

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 29200
(11/20/1980, male)
Skills keywords: aerospace, aircraft, aviation, licensed, maintenance
Short Bio:

Completed my diploma with top 5% in my cohort and,subsequently,degree in Mechanical Aerospace Engineering from Nanyang Technological University with 2nd class lower.

Despite having degree, humbly entered aviation as mechanic in 2007 to gain hands on experience in aircraft maintenance. Promoted to Engineer without type in 2009 and fully licensed in 2011. Singled out to Spear head A320 programme and appointed to be lead duty engineer in Line maintenance until 2014.

Current location: Singapore - View on map
Nationality: Singaporean
Spoken languages: chinese, english, Malay
Location I am interested in working: Australia


A dedicated licensed aircraft maintenance engineer, holding dual authorities licenses, CASA and CAAS B1.1. With solid foundation in Mechanical Aerospace Engineering, I have been able to perform tasks such as troubleshooting in a more systematic approach and have been meticulous on aircraft inspections, repair and component replacements. My goal is to deliver an aircraft on time with the highest standard without compromising safety.

Summary Of Skills & Qualifications

• CAAS SAR 66 CAT A and CAT B1.1 Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.

• CASA PART 66 CAT A and CAT B1.1 Aircraft Engineer License.

• EASA PART 66 Mechanical/Avionics (B1/B2) Theory and Practical

(B777-200/300 with GE, PW and Trent 800 Engine – Type course Lufthansa).

• SAR PART 66 Mechanical/Avionics (B1/B2) Theory and Practical

(A320/319/321 with V2500 and CFM 56 Engine – Type course ST Aerospace).

• EASA PART 66 Mechanical/Avionics (B1/B2) Theory and Practical

(B787-8/9 with Trent 1000 Engine, – Type course Boeing).

• SAR PART 147 Engine borescope V2500 Engine.

• SAR PART 147 Engine Run Simulation V2500 Engine.

• Internal Auditor ISO 2008/9001.

• Professional Engineer Skill Level 1 under Engineers Australia.

• AQF certificate IV for Aircraft maintenance engineer (Mechanical) under Trade Recognition Australia.

Kangan Institute, Australia April 2014
Diploma in Aero Skill (Mechanical)

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore June 2004 – June 2007
Degree of Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Specialized in Aerospace Engineering) 2nd Class Lower

Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore June 1998 – June 2001
Diploma in Mechatronics Engineering (Specialized in Robotics)

University of New South Wales, Australia (Current)
Masters in Aviation management (Distance Learning)

Career Summary

Boeing , Singapore Quality System Specialist
December 2014 – Current

Responsibilities and Achievements:

• Successfully conducted audit on Thai Airways maintenance to achieve EASA CAT 3 line station approval for B787 Norwegian Airline.

• Completed EASA PART 66 Mechanical/Avionics (B1/B2) Theory and Practical (B787-8/9 with Trent 1000, – Type course Boeing).

• Quality oversight for Boeing Fleet management.

• Conduct Airworthiness Directive biweekly review from FAA & EASA website.

• Issue review report and host AD weekly/monthly review meeting with customer.

• Participate in any incident/accident investigation related to design and fleet management program with regulatory agency.

ST Aviation Services Co Ltd, Singapore Licensed Aircraft Engineer
September 2007 – December 2014

Responsibilities and Achievements:

• Spearheaded first A320 for ST Aerospace Services in line maintenance programme, servicing 18 Jetstar Asia aircrafts per night.

• Successfully prevented an engine loss by early detection of crack on engine high pressure turbine blade during borescope inspection.

• Appointed as Line Maintenance Duty Engineer in charge (2012-2014):

 Manage the forecasting of manpower and delegate task to engineers and mechanics for daily routine/non-routine jobs.

 To ensure spares and engineering equipment availability in line maintenance.

 Simplify procedures for communication between engineering services on complicated troubleshooting and out-of-limit repair.

 Lead borescope teams and provide introduction trainings on engine ground run for trainee licensed aircraft engineers.

• Perform routine inspection, repair, minor modification, overhaul, servicing and rectification work for A320, B777 , B747, B767, A330, A300, MD 10 and MD 11.

• Actively participated in any charity events by providing auxiliary services and entertainment in a musical band.

Company Authorization Approvals (ST Aerospace Services Co Ltd)

• B777 -200/300 ER with PW 4000 and GE 90 Engines

• A321/A320/319 with IAE V2500

• Engine Runner Approval (IAE V2500)

• Borescope (IAE V2500)

• Duplicate inspection for all approval

• Full B1.1 (Electrical Task)

• Flight Engineer for non-approved line stations.



Travelling long distances on motorbike and re-creating musical notes on the guitar.