Greg Culp

Greg Culp

Work History

Work History
Feb 2011 - Present

Sanitation Technician

Swire Coca Cola

One of four techs perfoming cleaning and sanitizing duties for Food Service Production Equipment related to the filling of beverage containers (ie-Soda Cans, Soda Bottles).

Tasked with daily accountability for proper cleanliness and operation of all packaging equipment, wharehouse storage areas, and office spaces attached.  General cleaning and upkeep of restroom facilities and other storage spaces.

Hazardouse material useage in compliance with all OSHA and Regulatory requirements for Food Service Industry.

Company certified to use Forklifts and trained for use of Scrubbing Zambonie.  All Vehicles are powered via Natural Compressed Gas or Battery Operation.

Feb 2010 - Feb 2011

Customer Service Representative


Customer service representative for (EDS) Entry Data Systems, Boise- Client sales and account assistance for Pro Active, Meaningful Beauty, and Sheer Cover Makeup.

Answered automated phone system for customer care concerning orders and billing needs.  Procured secure information and maintained personal security requirements for Credit Card Purchases.  Verified and confirmed shipments and approxiamate arrival dates for customer information needs.  Assisted in use for and aided in adverse reactions for all products.

Sought after for Audit Requirements due to ability to research and procure information concerning policies and procedures for all transaction needs and company requirments.

Feb 1990 - Dec 2009

Aircraft Technician/Supervisor

United States Navy

Supervised aircraft, shipboard and building maintenance with up to 75 personnel reporting to me.  Responsibilities included the control, induction, repair, manufacture and quality assurance for replacement of aircraft parts, systems and controls.  Conducted troubleshooting, emergency repair of aircraft and support equipment.

Trained staff and assigned work load to insure operational goals were met in an efficient and timely manner. 

Repair,paint and inspection procedures followed for OSHA and Naval Regulation requirements.

Maintained security measures and controls for entry points at military installations.

Responsible for coordinating supplies and managing a budget ranging from $10,000 to $1 million for contract repairs for commercial buildings and shipboard repair.

Certified in Aviation welding/ fabrication (Arc, Mig, Tig).  Fabrication techniques derived by use of fiberglass, fabrics, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, and mild steel. 


Jul 2000 - Present


Military Schooling

Aviation and Support Equipment Welder.

May 1985 - Present


Mountain Home High School
Nov 1989 - Present

A/P Certification

Cheyenne Aero Tech
Aug 2005 - Present

Military Schooling



Management of People/Property

Scheduling, monitoring and instruction of staff.   Security Controls - Monitor, implement and execution of security measures. (Top Secret Clearance)   Aircraft Mechanic - Control, induction, repair, manufacture and replacement of aircraft parts, systems and controls. Familiar with all aircraft handling to include taxi, troubleshoot, emergency repair, positioning, etc.   Additional Qualifications: Manufacture and testing of hydraulic components for aircraft and support equipment use. Fluent in schematic and blueprint identification concerning manufacture of like parts or repair.  Considered Primary Welder with control of welding prgorams and workcenter. Procurement and stocking of required needs for five workcenters with supervisory skills to complete tasking at hand.   Pneumatics repair concerning emergency landing gear sytems to include check valve troubleshooting and replacment.   Maitained regular scheduled and unscheduled requirements for multiple aircraft to include troubleshooting, repair and inspection. Quality assurance inspector for safety of flight and other personnel review concerning repairs made.   "Go To" Person when confronted with difficult possibilities for emergency repair or permanent fix. Minor electrical repair or troubleshooting ability. Able to read wiring diagrams or schematics concerning quick repair or replacement of harness assemblies.   Stock Controller - Ordering, storage and upkeep of supplies required for maintanance of aircraft and buildings. Primary aquisition utilized outsourcing as needed requirments for supplies. Internal stocking of needs maintained with acurate inventories by monthly review and replenishment.   Building Maintenance- Basic repair of and routing of electrical cableing, repair of internal wall structure and drywall, teardown and restruturing of non-weight bearing walls, basic plumbing, fixture installation, and grounds upkeep (to include: lawn,flowerbeds,sprinkler repair,trenching and intallation of external cableing from building to building.)   Budget management - proven ability to work within and under budgeted guidelines.