Management

Resume posted by josephblassetti in Manufacturing.
Desired salary: $20,000.00
Desired position type: Full-Time.
Location: Cape Coral Florida, United States

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Summary

Multifaceted, performance-focused, and highly analytical professional with solid experience in training and leading high-caliber professional; managing work operations; and performing multiple responsibilities within aviation and military settings.

– Skilled in material control process, resource allocation, procurement, operational inventory and production control, consumption, maintenance, property preservation, and transportation logistics.
– Equipped with outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, capable of cultivating and maintaining positive working relationships with multi-disciplinary network of individuals.
– Currently hold an Active Secret Security Clearance.

Skills

  • Staff Training and Supervision
  • – Conducted counseling to 72 personnel in aircraft maintenance procedures
  • – Enabled technicians to provide accurate daily reports of aircraft, ground support equipment, and component readiness through strategic direction
  • – Efficiently attained program objectives by mentoring, counseling, certifying, and evaluating production control technicians and data technicians
  • – Provided expert oversight to work levels of over 200 employees as well as conducted work performance evaluations
  • – Facilitated work safety training, which included repair and maintenance techniques, operational procedures, and equipment use
  • – Handled the delegation of daily and weekly tasks to specific maintenance crews, as well as preparation of all daily production reports
  • – Assessed personnel skill, work priority, and equipment quantity in organizing schedules, sequences, and assignments for work activities
  • Aviation Operations Management
  • – Guaranteed the alignment of 30 work center operations with established standards and regulations
  • – Held full responsibility in identifying aircraft availability, decisions on priority of repair, and controlled exchange as well as in documenting scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and frequency of inspections
  • – Assumed accountability in executing aircraft availability status and historical reference for all aircraft and components
  • – Provided independent judgment on parts availability before overhaul decisions, including aircraft scheduling, current mission status, historical usage data for major aircraft components, and maintenance of ground support equipment
  • – Oversaw the overall functions of four ALSS work centers while organizing all work center workload reports
  • – Ensured on-time achievement of daily production and long-term maintenance goals
  • – Guaranteed seamless working conditions through expert management of flight line division tool, part inventories, and work center operations
  • Process and Efficiency Improvement
  • – Created and published by-the-book maintenance and safety procedures
  • – Conceptualized and established maintenance policies and procedures
  • – Initiated daily and turn-around inspections of aircraft to determine airworthiness
  • – Steered troubleshooting efforts which minimized down time and identified cannibalization requirements including projected phase flow and depot inputs and airframe deployment schedule
  • Administrative Functions and Support
  • – Administered the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) in monitoring intermediate maintenance activities (IMAs) afloat and ashore as well as in coordinating operation and maintenance for the Supply Department
  • – Secured automated records regarding aircraft modifications and components, TBO component history, and ground support while scanning equipment records
  • – Rendered assistance to the management in producing reports and charts, which involved analyzing and computing historical data for daily status reporting
  • – Conceptualized repair plans, produced monthly major component lists, and analyzed estimates for man-hours and repair parts costs
  • – Performed various duties such as maintaining historical log of validated requests for depot repair, controlled exchange, and cannibalization

Education

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, In Progress (Expected Completion Date: Jul 2017)
Webster University, Webster Groves, MO

SPECIFIC DEGREE IN COURSE TITLE, 2000
Navy Leadership School, City, State

Experience

L-3 Vertex, Fallon, NV
FLIGHT LINE MANAGER 2013–2014

DynCorp, Various Locations (2011–2013)
PRODUCTION CONTROL TECHNICIAN (Iraq) 2012 –2013
PUBLICATIONS/INVENTORY CONTROL MANAGER | PRODUCTION CONTROLLER 2011–2012

L-3 Vertex, Kingsville, TX
T-45 DEPOT MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR | PRODUCTION CONTROLLER 2009–2011

United States Navy, Various Locations (1989–2009)

AVIATION ADMINISTRATION MANAGER |PRODUCTION CONTROL SUPERVISOR 2007–2009

MAIN PRODUCTION CONTROL SUPERVISOR | ALSS PRODUCTION CONTROL MANAGER 2004–2007
AVIATION SUPPORT SCREENING UNIT SUPERVISOR |

NAVAL AVIATION LOGISTICS COMMAND MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR 2000–2004

PLANE CAPTAIN 1999–2000