Aircraft Propeller Engine Mechanic Resume Template


Aircraft Propeller Engine Technicians are trained and A/P licensed aircraft engine mechanics specializing in the test and repair of turbo prop engines in small aircraft as well as helicopters.  They often work in a team of aircraft mechanics to inspect, test, troubleshoot, repair and overhaul turboprop engines in aircraft including propeller systems in helicopters.

Aircraft Propeller Mechanic Resume Template

Delfin G. Prado

Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Phone: (412) 098-7863

prado_dg@ycmail.com

Objective

To work as an Aircraft Propeller Mechanic in a large international airline

Summary of Qualification

  • 11 years experience as am aircraft mechanic specializing in turboprop engines.
  • Above average computer literacy to use automated aircraft maintenance parts inventory and job productivity systems.
  • Above average communication and interpersonal skills to work in a team

Career Experience/Job History

1998 – Present:  Aircraft Propeller Mechanic “A”   Highland Aviation Charters, Inc. Pittsburgh

  • Attend in-house training to improve productivity and quality work in the maintenance of turboprop engines for various BAE and Beech aircraft types in fleet.
  • Conduct testing, repair and overhaul of turboprop engines on the BAE Jetstream aircraft in accordance with maintenance standards, procedures and engineering bulletins as well as US-FAA requirements.
  • Comply with assigned work shift schedule to ensure high productivity
  • Wear specified uniforms and observe safety regulations and operational standards.
  • Assist the foreman in securing maintenance tests rigs and engine repair tools.

Education

1999 – Present:  In-house training on turboprop engine systems for the BAE aircraft and maintenance programs

2002 – Passed FAA certification as A/P aircraft mechanic

1996 – 1999: BS Mechanical Engineering, University of Nevada, Las Vegas campus

Professional reference to be furnished upon request

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