Lead Avionics Instru...Pensacola, Florida
Service-oriented Aviation Electrician with a 16 year background in O-Level Maintenance. Core competencies include troubleshooting, maintaining aircraft and reading and interpreting schematics as well as excellent communication and time management skills. Handles tasks with accuracy and efficiency.
• Instructed Marine, Navy, and Foreign military personnel in electronic theory and basic troubleshooting procedures to prepare them for entry into follow-on training at designated Marine Occupational Specialty (MOS) schools.
• Provided fundamental knowledge and skills training required to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance at the Intermediate Maintenance Level.
• Monitor Naval Aviation Maintenance Program Standard Operating Procedure (NAMPSOP) programs for Aircraft Jacking Supervisor and Certification, Support Equipment Operator Training and Licensing, Support Equipment Planned Maintenance System, and Electrostatic Discharge.
• Monitor non-NAMPSOP programs for Aircraft Compass Calibration Program, Battery Maintenance Program and Material Control Program.
• Perform work center, maintenance program and special audits using the Computerized Self-Evaluation Checklist (CSEC).
• Provide technical assistance to Collateral Duty Inspectors and production personnel and periodically accompany them on work projects to evaluate their performance.
• Conduct final inspections upon completion of tasks requiring certification by a QAR.
• Review technical directives and publications.
• Ensures work center maintenance programs are compliance in accordance with all applicable directives and orders.
• Maintains accountability of work center tools and equipment.
• Ensures aircraft maintenance completed in a timely manner.
• Inspects work by technicians for accuracy.
• Manages and delegates tasks to technicians according to their proficiencies thereby maximizing work center production.
• Provides mentorship for junior technicians.
• Attends meetings and disseminate information to the work center team members.
• Responsible for maintaining aircraft electrical and instrument systems by removing, inspecting, operating, testing, cleaning and repairing systems, components and ancillary equipment such as fuel, fire warning, internal / external lighting, aircraft power, environmental, flight surfaces, navigation, auto-pilot, air-speed, pitot-static, landing gear, altimeter, engine, hydraulic, emergency power, and air data recording systems in accordance with applicable technical publications.
• Utilize internal database NALCOMIS (Naval Aviation Logistics Command Information System), to initiate and modify Maintenance Action Forms (MAFs), update aircraft maintenance statuses, order parts, track all maintenance actions performed to aircraft; and assign maintenance codes such as troubleshooting, status, aircraft system, and repair codes.
• Ensure compliance of maintenance actions, aircraft system modification, and accuracy of maintenance codes and part numbers by researching technical publications and wiring diagrams / schematics.
• Analyze and interpret wiring diagrams / schematics to assist with aircraft maintenance to include understanding system operation and troubleshooting.
• Investigate aircraft system faults utilizing various tools such as Air Data Test sets, multi-meters, jumper wires, oscilloscopes, and bore scopes.
• Modify aircraft systems according to updates such as "Air-Frame Changes" and "Service Bulletins".
• Utilize various hand tools, specialty tools, and consumables to modify, repair, service, and maintain aircraft systems to include, pin extractor/insertion tools, wire strippers, environmental splices, solder splices, soldering irons / tools, potting compounds, solvents, heat guns, safety wire, spot ties, chaff tape, heat-shrinks, and wiring. Utilized various techniques to troubleshoot and isolate aircraft faults. Record findings to assist in troubleshooting.
• Liaison with aircrew to aid with isolating and resolving problems with aircraft systems.
• Obtained Journeyman Electrician Certification.
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