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CV, Gas Turbine Specialist from Philippines currently in Qatar

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 16843

List top 5 skills: assembler, inspector technician, maintenance mechanic
Short Bio:

Extensive assembly and inspection experience in Maintenance Repair Overhaul of Pratt & Whitney Gas Turbine Engine and Rolls-Royce Manufacturing Environment of RB211 Trent Gas Turbine Engine.

Current location: 

Al Rayyan, Qatar - View on map

Nationality: 

Filipino

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere

List of countries I have a visa to work in:

philippines, qatar



WORK EXPERIENCE

Aircraft Mechanic – Base Maintenance/Gas Turbine Engine Shop Facility

Qatar Airways, Hamad International Airport, Doha Qatar

June 2014 – Present

• Perform hangar base maintenance on Gas Turbine Engines GE90, GEnx, GP7200, CF6-80, V2500, RB211 Trent 500/700. Carry out servicing, Fan Blades Inspection/Replacement/Re-lube, Fan Case Mating/Splitting, replacement and installation of components such as pneumatic valve/pipe, starter, starter duct/valve, hydraulic/engine driven pump, fuel/oil pump, oil/fuel filter, variable frequency generator, exhaust tail cone/plug, anti-ice pipe/valve in accordance with the latest revision of aircraft maintenance manual.

• Perform Receive-in inspection inventory check and dispatch as per Aircraft Maintenance Manual.

• Assist Engineer in borescope inspection on gas turbine engine compressors and turbines.

Assembly Technician – RB211 Trent 900/1000 Gas Turbine Engine

Rolls-Royce Singapore Pte Ltd, 6 Seletar Aerospace Rise Singapore 797575

February 2011 – April 2014

 Perform assembly tasks of brand new Gas turbine Engine RB211 Trent900/1000 in line with work Instructions and Engineering Drawing such as jointing of Intermediate Pressure Compressor to Intermediate Case Stub Shaft, Fan shaft to Intermediate Pressure Compressor, High Pressure Compressor to Intermediate Case Stub Shaft, Intermediate Pressure Turbine to High Pressure Compressor, Low Pressure Turbine to Intermediate Pressure Turbine by using overhead crane, fixture and special tooling.

 Carry out installation of Main Gearbox, bleed valves/solenoid, igniters, sensors, thermocouples, cooling manifolds/tubes/pipes/ducts, Fuel/oil filter, brackets and harnesses in accordance with the fitting instruction, arrangement and engineering drawing.

 Perform full strip and re-build for Return to Shop Engine (Failed Test) in accordance with Assembly Control Record and Manufacturing Execution System.

 Raised non-conformances on quality/build issues in assembly line and carry out self-inspection and over check-inspection tasks.

 Carry out Training for new or existing technicians in the build line in accordance with engineering drawing, Installation Instruction and arrangement drawing respectively and lead the team at all time in performing the daily task.

 Perform general workshop housekeeping activities before and after the shift.

 Awarded as Best Trainee on first Cohort Technician.

 Set up and organize shop floor/workstation in Regional Training Center workshop and Engine Assembly Line in accordance with Rolls-Royce Production System.

 Participate in Continuous Improvement Projects, HS&E activities in the workshop and problem solving using tools such as ISHIKAWA, FMEA, DMAIC.

 Involved in simulation and actual production of the first RB211 T900 Gas Turbine Engine.

 June 03 – August 30, 2013, Attached to Certification Office to help Engineer for assembly administrative duties such as; Engine build/test documents vetting, engine module serials verification, Certificate of Conformance and EASA Form 1 verification, engine modules configuration verification in Manufacturing Execution System, Concession and Non-conformance, communicate with inter-department team for documents discrepancies, Assist Engineer for Final engine release documents.

Technician/Inspector – PW4000-112”, 100”& 94” and JT9D Gas Turbine Engine

Eagle Services Asia Pte Ltd, Pratt & Whitney/Singapore Engineering Company

Engine Overhaul Complex, 51 Calshot Road Singapore 509927

February 2006 – January 2011

 Worked as a Certifying Technician to release parts back to assembly line as serviceable in accordance with Authorize Release Certificate such as EASA, FAA, CAAS and relevant approved documentation.

 Perform removal/Installation, visual and dimensional inspection on No.1 Bearing Front and Rear Support, High Pressure Compressor module shaft retaining nut and spacer, and Low Pressure Compressor fourth stage stator In Accordance with latest revision of engine manual.

 Perform removal/Installation, visual inspection on first stage Low Pressure Compressor Fan Blades, Fan Fairing-Exit, Cone Segment Assembly, Ducts, Hoses, Tubes and Brackets as per Cleaning Inspection Repair Manual and Engine manual.

 Monitor Service Bulletin for Modification Call-Up compliance as per engine work scope and customer requirements.

 Create Service Management Order under System Application Products transaction for IR (Internal Repair) parts to their respective in-house repair departments and send overhauled parts out-house under vendor code through SAP transaction.

 Release parts back to assembly line as new, serviceable, inspected, repaired and overhauled in accordance with customer requirements, engine work scope, approved documentation and Authorized Released Certificate.

 Trained new technician in daily inspection task as per Engine manual, Cleaning Inspection Repair Manual and Illustrated Parts Catalogue accordingly with the latest revision.

 Perform daily housekeeping and check tooling checklist inventory for calibration monitoring.

 Continuous Improvement KAIZEN team member.

 Involved in Health Safety & Environment activities in the workshop.

 Certifying Technician Approval obtained on September 2009.

Aircraft Mechanic – Asian Spirit Airlines

Domestic Airport, Airport Road corner Andrews Avenue Pasay City, Philippines 1300

March 2001 – January 2006

 Perform Line and Base maintenance on De Havilland Canada Dash 7, CN 235/-220 and LET 410 UVP airplanes.

TRAINING ATTENDED

Health Safety & Environment – 24 June 2014

Safety Management System/Electrical Wiring Installation System – 25 June 2014

Electro Static Discharge Sensitive Device/Airside Safety – 26 June 2014

Human Factors – 29 to 30 June 2014

Ground Headset & Communication – 06 July 2014

Fuel Awareness Limitation – 07 to 08 July 2014

Qatar Airways Technical Training

Qatar Airways Tower 2 PO Box 22550 Doha, Qatar

Fire Awareness – 09 July 2014

Working at Height and Confined Space – 10 July 2014

Qatar International Safety Centre

Street 45, Salwa Industrial Area

PO Box 23651 Doha, Qatar

Train the Trainer Course – 26 to 27 March 2014

Team Interpersonal Communication Skills Simulation – 13 May 2013

RB211 Trent900 General Familiarization Course – 19 to 20 August 2013

Lifting and Slinging – 28 February 2012

Fire Safety and Casualty Evacuation – 08 March 2012

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health – 09 March 2011

HS&E and Occupational Health for Employees – 29 August 2011

Manual Handling Techniques – 21 December 2011

Standard Practice Competencies – 20 June 2011 to17 August 2011

Rolls-Royce Singapore Pte Ltd Regional Training Centre

6 Seletar Aerospace Rise, Singapore 797575

Assembly Training of RB211 Trent900 Gas Turbine Engine – 20 Aug 2011 to 12 Feb 2012

Rolls-Royce plc Production and Test Facility

Gate 7 Wilmore Road Derby, Derbyshire United Kingdom

PW4000-94”, 100” & 112” Engine Differences Course – 28 to 29 October 2010

PW4000-112” Engine General Familiarization – 25 to 27 October 2010

Ergonomics (Health and Safety) – 14 November 2007

PW4000-94” Boeing System Familiarization/Standard Practices – 16 to 20 July 2007

Kaizen Event on PW4000 CAT 4 Engine Assembly Kitting Process – 09 to 13 April 2007

Behavior Based Safety – 06 June 2006

Achieving Competitive Excellence – 25 May 2006

Human Factor and Error Management – 10 April 2006

Eagle Services Asia Pte Ltd Singapore/ Pratt & Whitney and Singapore International Airlines Engineering Company Joint Venture

51 Calshot Road, Singapore 509927

Basic Aviation Skills (Basic Gas Turbine, Basic Measurement, Basic Safety Wire Locking)

21 August to 28 August 2006

Air Transport Training College Pte Ltd

Hangar 151 Western Avenue Seletar Airbase East Camp, Singapore 798366

Safety Seminar, Focused on Human Factor – 15 September 2005

Basic Aircraft Servicing Recurrent Training Course – 05 October 2004

CN 235/-220 Initial Maintenance Training – 14 August 2004

DHC 7 – 102 D Check Maintenance – 26 May 2003

DHC 7 – 102 Maintenance Initial Training – 26 May 2003

LET 410 UVP/E- Maintenance Initial Training – 01 March 2003

Maintenance Check and Daily Inspection of CN 235/-220 Aircraft – 27 November 2002

Basic Aircraft Servicing – 05 October 2002

Aircraft Ground Marshalling Training Course – 15 October 2002

Asian Spirit Airlines

Domestic Airport, Domestic Road corner Andrews Avenue

Pasay City, Philippines 1300

On- The- Job Trainee, C – 130 B/H – 03 March1995 to 07 November 1995

225th Airlift Squadron Philippine Air force, 220th Airlift Wing Philippine Air force

Brigadier General Benito N Ebuen Air Base Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu Philippines

On-The-Job Trainee, Cessna 150 Aircraft, O – 200 Engines

02 April 1994 to 05 October 1994

Cebu Aeronautical Technical School

Salinas Drive Lahug, Cebu City Philippines

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science in Aircraft Technology: 1991 – 1994

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering: 1989 – 1991

Cebu Aeronautical Technical School

Laguardia Street Lahug, Cebu City Philippines 6000

Higher Certificate in Aerospace and Generic Manufacturing Skills

Singapore International Airlines Engineering Company Training Academy

28 February 2011 to 10 May 2011

Chai Chee Road Bedok, Singapore 469005

COMPUTER SKILLS

Basic operation on MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint

Basic Networking and Computer Hardware Assembly (DIY