Sample Aviation Safety Inspector Resume

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Charles Smith
250 Cassette Court,
Chicago Park, CA, 95712
222-222-2222
[email]

Summary
A dynamic individual with knowledge on advanced aviation techniques and safety procedures and practices; uses developmental strategy and tactics,; can effectively convey information to a variety of audiences regardless of demographics, highly organized and dynamic; possesses innate physical strength and agility; has exceptional analytical and evaluation skills; gives sound and timely decisions; can multi-task and think clearly even in a pressure-driven and emergency situations.

Professional Experience:
Aviation Inspector, December 2007 – Present
Eastern Region Flight Standards Division, Prosser, WA
Responsibilities:

  • Inspected rendered jobs performed by aircraft mechanics on different segments.
  • Performed maintenance, overhauled, modified and repaired jarred aircraft mechanical systems to ensure adherence to aviation standards and procedures.
  • Observed structural, mechanical and electrical performance of critical parts, landing gears, fuel emissions and examined welds for leaks and evidences of malfunctions, damages, corrosion and immediate need for repairs and replacements.
  • Prepared and maintained detailed reports and documents, filed necessary data needed in the investigation, clearance generation and certifications processing.
  • Used checklists, hand tools and test instruments, synergized with advanced computer automation systems and machinery to affirm accurate quality assurance tests.
  • Reported discrepancies, inefficiencies, lapses in procedure and proposed changes in rules, policies, standards, and regulations to adapt on evolving environment and operating conditions, facilitated aircraft improvements.
  • Conducted thorough investigation of air accidents and complaints to determine causes and prevention.

Industrial Safety and Health Manager, August 2000 – November 2007
Carmelray Aviation Systems, Seattle, WA
Responsibilities:

  • Investigated and intricately performed forensics on industrial accidents, injuries and contracted occupational diseases to determine causes and define preventive measures.
  • Reviewed findings collated from thorough facilities inspections, accident investigations, and environmental testing.
  • Enforced and monitored compliance to current policies, industrial processes, safety laws and regulations, hazardous condition monitoring, and use of safety equipment.
  • Inspected existing facilities, machinery, and safety equipment to prevent release of potential hazards, and to ensure safety regulation compliance.
  • Interviewed employers and employees to obtain information about work environments and workplace incidents.
  • Submitted improvement plans and specifications for management and client approval.
  • Secured license for construction of new machinery with all safety requirements applied.

Aviation Maintenance Technician, November 1997- October 2000
East Air Aviation, Washington
Responsibilities:

  • Inspected rendered jobs performed by aircraft mechanics on different segments.
  • Performed maintenance, overhauled, modified and repaired jarred aircraft mechanical systems to ensure adherence to aviation standards and procedures.
  • Observed structural, mechanical and electrical performance of critical parts, landing gears, fuel emissions and examined welds for leaks and evidences of malfunctions, damages, corrosion and immediate need for repairs and replacements.
  • Prepared and maintained detailed reports and documents, filed necessary data needed in the investigation, clearance generation and certifications processing.
  • Used checklists, hand tools and test instruments, synergized with advanced computer automation systems and machinery to affirm accurate quality assurance tests.
  • Reported discrepancies, inefficiencies, lapses in procedure and proposed changes in rules, policies, standards, and regulations to adapt on evolving environment and operating conditions, facilitated aircraft improvements.
  • Conducted thorough investigation of air accidents and complaints to determine causes and prevention.

Industrial Safety and Health Manager, August 2000 – November 2007
Carmelray Aviation Systems, Seattle, WA

Education
1996 – 2000 Aeronautical Engineering Program
University Of Arizona, AZ
Field Aviation Co., Inc., Scholarship
Commercial Pilot Awards

Skills/Certifications:

  • Knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs)
  • Proficiency in database software (Oracle, SAP)
  • Proficiency in Mac and PC operating systems
  • Proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) applications (Win 98, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows version 7)
  • Proficiency in technology computing
  • Excellent oral and written English communication and Spanish skills

Associations/Organizations
Aircraft Electronics Association Educational Foundation, Member
Experimental Aircraft Association, Member

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