Aviation CV

Milverton, Somerset


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City:   Milverton
County:   Somerset
Desired job title:   Aviation
Location:   Milverton Somerset
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Industries

Aerospace Transport Warehouse

Job Titles

Warehouse Operator Aircraft Engineer HGV LGV Aircraft Maintenance Aerospace Quality Engineer Nightshift Supervisor trainer

Skills

Planned Maintenance defect diagnosis contact

Qualifications

A Levels Geography A Levels Mathematics A Levels physics O Levels/Grades Computer Studies O Levels/Grades English O Levels/Grades Maths O Levels/Grades Physics O Levels/Grades RE Licence

Employment History

Aviation

2006 - Present

Nightshift Supervisor ------- Running a team of twenty contractors/permanent staff, both mechanics and licenced engineers. Involved in all aspects of scheduled maintenance from A to C check level on both Flybe fleet of Embraer 175/195 and Q400, also third-party aircraft. Regularly covering AOG hangar inputs. Typical tasks include critical path functions and inspections, defect diagnosis, supervision of mechanics work on aircraft systems or structural repairs, also maintaining high standards of work within the team and their safety. Responsible for contact with internal and external customers to report progress outside of normal working hours and producing written reports on technical and safety matters. Engine ground run trainer for Embraer 170/190 and Q400.


Engineer

2002 - 2006

AirWales Cardiff Airport Licenced Engineer Licenenced Engineer with a regional start up airline operating a small fleet of ATR 42. Inially responsible for aircraft acceptance and tooling / GSE provision. Variety of tasks covered on a regular basis as a line engineer including defect diagnosis / rectification and as customer rep on maintenance inputs.


Engineer

1997 - 2002

CityFlyer/British Airways Gatwick Airport ------- Licenced engineer /shift supervisor for a British Airways franchise operating a two- type fleet of ATR 42/72 and Avro RJ aircraft. Covering all aspects of line maintenance up to A check, inspection, defect diagnosis and rectification, AOG recovery and routine scheduled servicing. Duties also included manpower allocation and liaison with other departments and third parties to ensure a seamless service delivery. At peak of fleet, dealing with close to ninety movements in a day through the station, with up to ten night stopping aircraft.


Engineer

1996 - 1997

British Aerospace Aviation Services ------- Controlling a small team of permanent and contract staff involved in C&D checks on A300/A310 Aircraft. Main duties included inspection, raising rectification paperwork, checking standards of work carries out, chasing spares, meeting deadlines.


Aircraft Fitter

1994 - 1996

Working in a busy line station, initially as an aircraft fitter. Duties included rectification of defects on DHC-8 & DHC-7 aircraft. After qualifying was duty promoted to licenced engineer. Duties included all aspects of line maintenance, fault diagnosis and rectification of associated defects.


Education History

1985 - 1987

Name of Institution: Bishop Fox's School


1979 - 1985

Education Title: O Levels/Grades

Major: Maths, English, Physics, Computer Studies, Geography, Engineering, Engineering Drawing, RE

Description: O Levels, Maths, English, Physics, Computer Studies Geography, Engineering, Engineering Drawing, RE Grade A-C


Name of Institution: Richard Huish College

Education Title: A Level

Major: Geography, physics, Mathematics


Name of Institution: Brunel College

Education Title: some college


Hobbies & Interest

Interests and Hobbies Gardening, Wildlife & Swimming


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Aviation CV Profile

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An experienced dedicated and professional licenced engineer with in excess of 25 years licenced experience. Able to accept responsibility for own decisions and direction of others. Used to working to deadlines and exceeding expectations. Excellent team player with good interpersonal skills, highly motivated with a flexible approach, also strong discipline to set personal targets and organise own workload. I am used to working with people from a wide range of backgrounds, knowledge and ability, but can equally self-motivate to work alone.

 

·       Methodical and rigorous approach to achieving tasks and objectives

·        Pro-active

·        Well organised

·        High integrity, diligent and conscientious

·        Calm, reliable and dependable in meeting objectives

·        Decisive and results-driven

·       Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal

·       Flexible and supportive team player

·       Excellent IT skills: MS Office, Word, Excel and Email

·       Experience of developing teams

·       Responsible for a team of licenced engineers and mechanics

·       Mentoring new recruits to the team

·       Responsible of one to ones and appraisals

 

Licence Details/Current Approvals:

 

Unrestricted B1 and C Licence

Embraer 170/195

Dash 8 Q 400

BAE 146/AVRO RJ (Restriction 1)

Bombardier CRJ CL600 2B19

ATR 42/72 (Restrictions 1&9)

 

Education:

 

Brunel College

1991 -1994

Full time student on A and C Licence course learning the basics of aircraft maintenance, engineering practices, materials, mathematics and aircraft systems covering structural repairs, rigging, electrical and electronic systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems with an aviation environment. Awarded Hawley Medal for outstanding student of the year.

 

Richard Huish College                        A Level Geography, physics, Mathematics Grade A-C

1985 -1987

 

Bishop Foxs School

1979-1985                                O Levels, Maths, English, Physics, Computer Studies                                         Geography, Engineering, Engineering Drawing, RE                                         Grade A-C

 

 

Employment History:

 

February 2006 March 2020

Flybe Aviation Services Exeter

Nightshift Supervisor

 

Running a team of twenty contractors/permanent staff, both mechanics and licenced engineers. Involved in all aspects of scheduled maintenance from A to C check level on both Flybe fleet of Embraer 175/195 and Q400, also third-party aircraft. Regularly covering AOG hangar inputs. Typical tasks include critical path functions and inspections, defect diagnosis, supervision of mechanics work on aircraft systems or structural repairs, also maintaining high standards of work within the team and their safety. Responsible for contact with internal and external customers to report progress outside of normal working hours and producing written reports on technical and safety matters. Engine ground run trainer for Embraer 170/190 and Q400.

 

September 2002 February 2006

AirWales Cardiff Airport

Licenced Engineer

 

Licenenced Engineer with a regional start up airline operating a small fleet of ATR 42. Inially responsible for aircraft acceptance and tooling / GSE provision. Variety of tasks covered on a regular basis as a line engineer including defect diagnosis / rectification and as customer rep on maintenance inputs.

 

December 1997 September 2002

CityFlyer/British Airways Gatwick Airport

Licenced Engineer/Shift Supervisor

Licenced engineer /shift supervisor for a British Airways franchise operating a two- type fleet of ATR 42/72 and Avro RJ aircraft. Covering all aspects of line maintenance up to A check, inspection, defect diagnosis and rectification, AOG recovery and routine scheduled servicing. Duties also included manpower allocation and liaison with other departments and third parties to ensure a seamless service delivery. At peak of fleet, dealing with close to ninety movements in a day through the station, with up to ten night stopping aircraft.

 

December 1996-December 1997

British Aerospace Aviation Services Bristol

Licenced Engineer

 

Controlling a small team of permanent and contract staff involved in C&D checks on A300/A310 Aircraft. Main duties included inspection, raising rectification paperwork, checking standards of work carries out, chasing spares, meeting deadlines.

 

June 1994 December 1996

Brymon Airways Bristol Airport

Aircraft Fitter/Licenced Engineer

 

Working in a busy line station, initially as an aircraft fitter. Duties included rectification of defects on DHC-8 & DHC-7 aircraft. After qualifying was duty promoted to licenced engineer. Duties included all aspects of line maintenance, fault diagnosis and rectification of associated defects.

 

 

Interests and Hobbies

Gardening, Wildlife & Swimming

 

References available on request.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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