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Jun 2000Oct 2014

Shop Mechanic

Ly-Con Rebuilding

Inspect, Repair, troubleshoot and Overhaul of Aircraft engine cylinders. Use Measuring tools (micrometers and calipers) for parts inspections. Maintained repaired and troubleshoot shop machines on a daily basis.  Kept records of all work done and filled out detailed work orders for every job done.Perform repairs and installation services within high-tech environments, install components and systems, order parts and equipment, job completion, reading schematics, coordinating with service managers, safety awareness, and effective interaction with clients and supervisors. Equipment includes pneumatic impact wrenches, digital torque wrenches, air compressors, grinding equipment, cylinder honing machines, drills, micrometers, pullers, scanners, vises, electrical, testing equipment, presses, torches, and a wide range of hand and power shop equipment and tools. Work within full-service aircraft engine repair and maintenance shops. Ensured quality control for work, training and supervising technicians, ordering parts, maintaining facility, and customer service. Serve as A&P Maintenance Mechanic with responsibility for providing quality service by performing the following services: safety and courtesy inspections, diagnostic services through proficient use of electronic test equipment, specialized repair and replacement services.


Aug 1998Apr 2000

Reedley College

The Aeronautics course consists of an 18 month course that requires total of 70 College units and required a minimum of 1900 hours of training. The technical training pertained to the Aviation Maintenance essentials. A minimum of 44 subject areas were covered some of the subjects included Basic Electricity, Pneumatic and Hydralic systems, fire prevention and deterant systems, Sheet metal fabrication and repair, fiberglass and composite repairs. After a test Oral and Practical is required to receive an A&P Certificate.