Fulfilled support section Non-Commissioned Officer in Charged position; maintained 6K tools valued at $2.1M
Managed 180 hazmat items; $10K of chemicals safely stored/maintained
I supervised & coordinated aircraft maintenance during isochronal/routine inspections on 12 C-130H3 aircrafts valued at $444 Million
I was routinely tasked with the inspection of both organizational and intermediate level maintenance. This includes: Inspecting, maintaining, repairing, aligning, troubleshooting, and testing T-56 engines, 54H60-117 propellers, and auxiliary power units
Removes/replaces engine and propeller accessories; tests components using bench mock-ups & test equipment
Documented and maintained aircraft forms, status, and timely/accurate computer based historical documentation for tracking analysis/trends
Training Manager for over 45 maintainers, which include the different personnel from Active Duty, Reservist, and Air Force Reserve Technicians
My supervisory duties require me to plan the work assignment of day to day tasks in which I am the lead technician; organizing personnel, tools, diagnostic equipment and maintenance documentation.
My duties also require that I inspect, certify, and approve the completed maintenance actions of other propulsion maintainers; ensuring quality is of the highest standard I am also tasked with the disassembly and assembly of engines and propellers adhering to prescribed procedures and regulations.
I interpret and implement directives and publications pertaining to maintenance functions, including environmental and safety regulations and good practices. I determine resource requirements, including facilities, equipment, and supplies that are needed in support of aerospace maintenance.
I am called upon to advise senior staff on maintenance decisions, perform troubleshooting, and determines repair procedures on aircraft engines.