Resume Samples - Aviation Maintenance Technology
Resume Sample 1
Tara J. Collan
To obtain an internship with Duncan Aviation, utilizing strong academic preparation in aviation maintenance, excellent technical skills, and the ability to learn quickly to meet and surpass company goals.
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
Dynamometer Test Cell, WMU College of Aviation, Battle Creek, MI, Month-Month Year
- Research and order required parts based off of serial numbers or equivalent.
- Fabricate sheet metal, wire boxes and conduit for required needs.
- Route, crimp, and solder electrical wires and connections.
Overhauling O-200, WMU College of Aviation, Battle Creek, MI, Month-Month Year
- Disassembled, organized, and followed maintenance manual/overhaul manual.
- Cleaned and inspected through the use of NDT equipment and precision measure equipment.
Sales and Maintenance Associate, Jusko's Greenhouse, Holland, MI, Month-Month Year
- Interacted with customers in a professional manner, located merchandise, and handled financial transactions.
- Assessed, repaired, and maintained equipment.
Operated heavy equipment to ship and receive goods.
- General repair, troubleshooting, and maintenance of equipment/systems on WMU aircraft.
Basic welding, riveting, fabrication, drafting.
Habitat for Humanity, Humane Society, PAL Camp Junior Counselor, Adopt-A-Highway (over 300 hours since 2016)
- Trusted with chapter funding, organizational skills, professionalism, and leadership
- Alpha Eta Rho (AHP) WMU Chapter, Year – Present
- Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM) WMU Chapter, Year – Present
- Skills USA WMU Chapter (Treasurer), Year – Present
RESUME SAMPLE 2
To obtain a Blockline Maintenance Manager position at Cummins Inc. utilizing strong academic preparation in maintenance and engineering, organizational skills, and ability to work well with others to reach and exceed corporate goals.
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
Managed a team of four students in the design, construction and testing of a continental O200 engine test stand with devices that allowed measurement of several physical variables associated with the engine operation for the purpose of testing for proper engine operation and ensuring peak performance.
- Performed 100 hour inspection, maintenance, weight and balance and checked for compliance with ADs on Beech Baron 58P Arrow shadowed by certified A&P mechanics and authorized inspectors.
- Performed non-destructive tests on aircraft components.
- Documented maintenance practices and organized the tool cabinet.
Towed aircraft between hangar and airport.
- Licensure to drive University vehicles.
- Offer students, faculty and staff safe transportation between buildings on campus.
- Enforce parking lot laws to ensure a safe environment on campus.
Exhibit dedication and commitment to quality service, recognized by two Certificates of Appreciation.
- Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA).
- Failure Reporting Analysis and Corrective Action System (FRACAS).
Well informed on test cell operations.
Habitat for Humanity with Diether H. Haenicke Institute for Global Education
- Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) WMU chapter, Year – Present
- Professional Aviation Maintenance Association International, Year – Present
RESUME SAMPLE 3
Aviation administration student able to effectively communicate knowledge of flight operations, adaptable to changing conditions, able to plan and carry out programs, and work in high pressure/fast paced environments. Administrative computer skills include MS Office Suite, and Adobe. Officially licensed FAA private pilot.
Bachelor of Science in Aviation Maintenance Technology, Minor in General Business (Month Year)
- Maintained excellent working relations with the public and WMU by leading tours to prospective students, their parents, and alumni of the university.
- Operated and serviced fire equipment and systems while complying with National Fire Protection Agency standards.
- Acquired effective mechanical troubleshooting skills for “in the field” jobs.
- Assumed managerial duties when opening and closing the department, recording inventory as well as production and sales, effectively negotiating discrepancies with customer conflicts.
- Effectively motivated coworkers to accomplish a common goal when training replacement employees by creating “cheat sheets” for critical daily tasks.
- Efficiently worked on several tasks simultaneously when sent to work with customers while maintaining department operations.
- Attended the National Intercollegiate Flying Association’s (NIFA) Regional Competition and attained the NIFA Regional Champion Title.
- Effectively represented the student body’s opinion regarding matters of improvement within the College of Aviation with the use of surveys and comment boxes.
- Provided the Dean and faculty members the opportunity to improve the college for the benefit of students when holding meetings between faculty and student council.
- Gained valuable flight training experience to enhance knowledge of flight.
- Completed all FAA requirements for private pilot certification.
- Provide assistance to new families moving on campus by managing traffic, offering advice and answers to questions, and helping move in new residents while supervising Bronco Buddies.
- Successfully complete events such as Move-In-Day through successful planning and ability to carry out initiatives.