Sample Avionics Technician Resume

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

Summary
A trained aviations expert with innate ability in aircraft navigation and technical calibration; can communicate effectively with subordinates, maintenance personnel and management regarding all job-related issues and functions; has a broad knowledge in aircraft components such as hydraulic and flight controls; has ability to perform intermediate mathematical configurations; capable of operating avionics systems; can demonstrate proper utilization of advanced computer systems and manual tools with precision.

Professional Experience:
Avionics Technician June 2007- Present
Airtrans Corporation, Rancho Cordova, CA
Responsibilities:

  • Performed functional flight tests and operated ground support and test equipment.
  • Worked with engineers, technicians and other aircraft maintenance personnel.
  • Conducted instrument and component circuit testing and electronic systems troubleshooting.
  • Handled completion and final installations of electronic components and aircraft systems assembly.
  • Adjusted, repaired and replaced malfunctioning and damaged components.
  • Assembled radio systems, control systems and other in-flight refueling systems, electrical controls, lighting and computer boxes.
  • Provided accurate data on central management systems.

Controls Technician May 2004 – April 2007
American Airways, Irwindale, CA
Responsibilities:

  • Detected and diagnosed malfunctions and conducted repairs with the use of reliable test equipment and effective software.
  • Applied sufficient knowledge in electronic units and systems as well as industrial components to ensure accuracy in diagnosis, assembly and installation of materials.
  • Collaborated and discussed with different operators and engineers to ascertain effective installation procedure and ensure that they are free from mechanical and human errors.
  • Scheduled preventive maintenance job orders such to detect and prevent future problems.
  • Archived blueprints, schematic diagrams and instruction manuals for aid in the installation procedure.
  • Maintained accuracy of data and recorded equipment logs for future reference, to be used in further investigation of system failures.

Aircraft Rail Technician April 2000 – May 2004
Express America Systems, Santa Clara, CA
Responsibilities:

  • Performed functional flight tests and operated ground support and test equipment.
  • Worked with engineers, technicians and other aircraft maintenance personnel.
  • Conducted instrument and component circuit testing and electronic systems troubleshooting.
  • Handled completion and final installations of electronic components and aircraft systems assembly.
  • Adjusted, repaired and replaced malfunctioning and damaged components.
  • Assembled radio systems, control systems and other in-flight refueling systems, electrical controls, lighting and computer boxes.
  • Provided accurate data on central management systems.

Controls Technician May 2004 – April 2007
American Airways, Irwindale, CA

Education
1996 – 2000 Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering
Arizona State University, AZ

Skills/Certifications:

  • Military background
  • Effective skills in oral and written communication
  • Avionics configuration, administration and troubleshooting skills
  • Organizational and management skills
  • Problem-solving and mechanical skills

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

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