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CV, Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer seeking work in Australia

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 9491

List top 5 skills: hangar supervisory experience, sheetmetal/structures experience, technical records experience
Short Bio:

I have held a B1 license since 2011 with type ratings on the Britten Norman BN2 Islander (piston).
For the past 6 years i have worked for the Falkland Islands Government Air Service. Since being license I have been responsible for line and base maintenance checks on a daily basis. which has led to me being promoted to Hangar Supervisor, in line with being a Licensed Aircraft Engineer.
As Hangar Supervisor i was responsible for the day to day running of the hangar, maintenance and the supervision of the Hangar staff.
In addition to these two roles i was also the Technical Records Officer. This entailed the logging and updating of aircraft hours and cycles on the Aerotrac MRO control software. this allowed us to keep track of upcoming maintenance events which I could then produce work projects for each task.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Australia



Education

BTEC National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

Chichester College

West Sussex, England, UK

Graduated: June 2007

Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

British Columbia Institute of Technology – Aerospace Technology Campus

Richmond, B.C, Canada

Graduated: November 2010

Professional Qualifications

EASA Part 66 B1.2 Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer License

UKCAA, Gatwick, UK

Issued: June 2011

Type training certificates on Britten-Norman BN2 Islanders and Lycoming

O-540 piston engines.

BN resources, Bembridge Airport, Isle of Wight, UK

Certified: August 2011

Employment History

August 2011 – 31st December 2013

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

Falkland Islands Government Air Service (FIGAS)

Stanley Airport Falkland Islands

Role:

• Carry out daily pre-flight and check A inspections

• Inspection & rectification of defects on line and base checks

• Carried out & supervise routine maintenance base checks

• The supervision and on the job training of less qualified fitters & apprentices.

• Assist the Maintenance Manager in the continued airworthiness of aircraft, forecasting maintenance & project planning

Oct 2010 – August 2011

Apprentice Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

FIGAS

Role

• Assist fitters & engineers on aircraft maintenance tasks

• Develop skills & knowledge of aircraft systems

Other Skills/ Qualifications

Certificate awarded in IOSH Managing Safely.

National Rescue Standard Award STA Level 2 in Emergency First Aid at Work.

Certificate of Achievement for Dirty Dozen – Human Error in Aircraft

Maintenance

Proficient in the use of AeroTrac Aviation MRO Process Control Software

Personal Interests

I have a keen interest in both aviation and automotive engineering. Recently I have been working on a project restoring an accident damaged Suzuki GS500E motorcycle back to roadworthiness. Although since becoming a father earlier last year; I enjoy and spend most of my time with my young family.