- 11 Years & 7 Months
Jun 2009 to PresentUS Military AirlineAeronautical Engineer
Responsible for checking all the air crafts. Checking propulsion and landing gear is my duty. I check the air craft along with other engineers and coordinate work while focusing on my own duty areas.
I also train new engineers and often teach them off site and near the fleet workshop. It is my duty to ensure that all air crafts are maintained and that I am present at work and ready to work even in a short period of time according ot the orders given by the crew authorities.
Feb 2005 to May 20094 Years & 3 MonthsAmerican AirwaysAerospace Engineer-Aeronautics
Responsible for looking after air craft fleet and maintaining the regulations of the airline. It was my duty to daily be on the site early morning and start a regular checking of all the air crafts in use.
I supervised a team of mechanics and ensured that all working air crafts were in good condition and fit to fly.
2002 - 2004State UniversityDiploma Aeronautical Engineering-Military air craftsAttended course to understand the working and regulations of military air crafts.
1998 - 2002United Engineering CollegeBS Aeronautical EngineeringExceptional student with best end of term projects and presentations.
LanguagesEnglish (US)Native or Bilingual ProficiencyFrenchProfessional Working ProficiencySpanishProfessional Working Proficiency
- Equipment Check
- Air Craft Engineering
- Process Mapping
- Quality Checks
- Research Work
- Technological Advancement Study
- Updating and Regulatory Checks
- Stress Management
- Landing Gear Checks
Became member of the International Academy of Engineers
Selected member of On-Board Engineers for American Airways.
Maintained fleet of air crafts with seven engineers and recieved Award for Dedication and Service.
Attended an aviation and engineering course in Germany in 2009. It was about the aeronautical engineering on new air crafts and the demands of some particular civil air crafts such as the Airbus A 380.
Attended course for military air craft maintenance in Washington. It aimed to provide knowledge on military regulations and routine checks.