Jeffrey Hatmaker

Jeffrey Hatmaker

Summary

My experience includes twenty-five years as an avionic technician and instructor.

Highlights of my qualifications and experience include:

  • Extensive knowledge of electrical systems and digital and analog avionic systems
  • Experience troubleshooting and repairing difficult problems on Learjet 35, Boeing 737, Saab 340 and Metro III aircraft (extensive Lear 35 experience)
  • Performed heavy inspections on Lear 35 aircraft
  • Holder of FCC GROL and FAA A&P licenses
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Acrobat Pro, Photoshop, Articulate Studio and Captivate

Work History

Work History
Feb 2011 - Present

Course Developer

Avco Training
  • Develop training manuals, presentations and practical training programs to¬†help aviation training organizations comply with the national aviation regulations.
Jan 2006 - Jan 2011

Instructor

Qatar Aeronautical College
  • Conducted courses for electrical fundamentals, digital techniques and avionic systems
  • Developed training documents, practical tasks and exam questions to meet the requirements of the national aviation authority
  • Coached and evaluated students during electrical, electronic and avionic practical training sessions
Feb 1999 - Apr 2005

Aircraft Technician

L3 Com Vertex Aerospace
  • Performed inspections, maintenance and troubleshooting on Lear 35A aircraft
Apr 1994 - Jan 1999

Avionic Technician

Deutsche BA
  • Performed inspections, maintenance and troubleshooting on Saab 340, Saab 2000 and Boeing 737 aircraft
1992 - 1993

Aircraft Technician

Ameriflight
  • Performed inspections, maintenance and troubleshooting on Metro lll aircraft
1991 - 1992

Avionic Technician

Parc Aviation
  • Performed inspections, maintenance and troubleshooting on Metro lll aircraft
1989 - 1991

Maintenance Planner/Technician

Tempelhof Airways
  • Assured that inspections, airworthiness directives and service bulletins were complied with
  • Tracked life-limited items and scheduled maintenance
  • Accompanied Lear 35 aircraft to third-party maintenance facilities
1989 - 1989

Autoflight/Instrument Course

US Air Force National Guard
  • Seven month course on component level repair of autoflight, inertial navigation and instruments
1988 - 1989

Aircraft Technician

Jet Corp
  • Performed inspections, maintenance and troubleshooting on Lear aircraft
1987 - 1988

Aircraft Technician

Trans World Express
  • Performed inspections, maintenance and troubleshooting on Metro lll aircraft
1986 - 1987

Aircraft Technician

Jet Services
  • Performed inspections, maintenance and troubleshooting on Lear aircraft
1982 - 1986

Radio Technician

US Army
  • Performed component level repair of AM-FM radio equipment
  • Performed squad-level on-the-job training for military tasks and radiotroubleshooting techniques

Education

Education
1989 - Present

US Air Force National Guard
  • Seven month course on component level repair of autoflight, inertial navigation and instruments
1990 - Present

Saab Factory Training Center
  • Five week Saab 340 maintenance course
1995 - Present

Saab Factory Training Center
  • Five week Saab 340 maintenance course
1997 - Present

Lufthansa Technical Training
  • Five week Boeing 737 maintenance course
1982 - 1983

US Army Signal School
  • Six month course on component level repair of AM-FM radio equipment
1979 - 1981

Aviation Maintenance (FAA A&P License)

WC Smith Technical Institute
  • Two and one-half year aircraft maintenance training program. Earned FAA airframe and powerplant license