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Oil & Gas Mechanic/Technician

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Serial No: 4364

List top 5 skills: engine maintenance, fuel systems, hydraulics, mechanical systems, pneumatics
Current location: 

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Aircraft Mechanical and Heavy Rectification Technician - Jan 2008 - Date - Royal Air Force

  • Selected as part of a team to recover and dismantle a crash landed aircraft from the California desert during peak temperature conditions. Dismantled, packages and safely transported back to the UK for investigation, modification and rebuild.
  • Uses corrective and preventative maintenance procedures as well as bespoke fault diagnostic tools, schematic drawings, rectification and system testing procedures daily.
  • Carried out 50% of hydraulic system modifications from start to completion across the fleet.
  • Reviews and applies new methodologies to increase productivity within set safety parameters.
  • Provides consultant diagnostics/analysis to UK Aircraft based overseas.
  • Responsible for record control of all component, engineering and asset life data.
  • Produce training analysis, development and delivery of training and induction for all new personnel. Maintains and updates training records for all personnel.
Aircraft Mechanical Technician - Jan 2006 - Jul 2008 - Royal Air Force
  • Fleet servicing of Typhoon aircraft in an aircraft hangar environment, ensuring optimum safety and quality assurance standards maintained at all times.
  • Performed hydraulic and pneumatic system major disassembly, inspection, rectification, reassembly and functional testing.
  • Quality assurance testing of all component and new aircraft, to ensure highest standards of specifications and safety.
  • Developed and implemented new training incentives and maintained all training records.
  • Led a multi-disciplinary team of Technicians in an aircraft hangar environment ensuring the levels of experience and manning are maintained to safety standards.
Aircraft Mechanical Component Technician - Dec 2002 - Jan 2006 - Royal Air Force
  • Delivered varying projects across a number of environments to support dismantling, maintenance and modification requirements.
  • Applied varying Non Destructive Inspection techniques to include eddy current and PDF.
  • Completed an apprenticeship in Aeronautical Engineering
PLANNED EDUCATION/TRAINING

  • NEBOSH General Certificate
  • NEBOSH Level 6 National Certificate in Oil and Gas Operational Safety
  • BOSIET, Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training
  • MIST, Minimum Industry Safety Training
  • OGUK Medical
  • Rope Access Course
EDUCATION
  • HNC Manufacturing Engineering, BTEC
  • NVQ Level 3 Aircraft Component Maintenance City & Guilds
  • National Certificate Level 3 Aerospace Engineering, BTEC
  • Advance Modern Apprenticeship, Aviation
  • Key Skills Award Level 2 Communication
  • Seven GCSEs (including Maths, English and Science)
Technical
  • Engine Health Monitoring
  • OJT Instructional Techniques
  • Typhoon Aircraft Mechanical Q-course
Safety
  • Basis Environmental Protection
  • First Aid (annual)
  • Fire-Fighting Appliance Trained (annual)
  • Health & Safety Weight & Height Compliancy Training
Management
  • ILM Level 3 Award in Effective Management
  • ILM Level 3 Cert in Leadership Management
  • Junior Management Leadership Course
  • Aircraft Technicians Supervisor's Course
  • Human Factors and Career Management
  • Equality & Diversity Level 2
I.T Skills

ECDL - PowerPoint, Excel, Word

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Australia, canada, new zealand, saudi arabia, Singapore, spain, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States