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     Date Submitted:31-10-2011
     Last Modified:24-11-2011 (08:23)
    Job information
     Current job:Avionics technician
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems
     KeywordsLooking for a Quality Assurance position. Space and aviation flight hardware experience, electrical and mechanical visual inspections, attention to detail. Proficient at interpreting drawing, sketches, diagrams, parts list, and written
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    Skills and Abilities

    Experience with quality systems meeting ISO 9000 and Federal Aviation Regulations.

    Familiarity with the European Cooperation for Space Standardization.

    Space and aviation flight hardware experience, electrical and mechanical, plus thermal blankets inspections with  attention to detail. Proficient at interpreting drawing, sketches, diagrams, parts list, and  written  instructions.

    Stamp wires, fabrication of wire harness and cable build, connectors termination, routing, installation and assembly of electronic product on spacecraft, aircraft and rotorcraft, remove and install avionics units and cockpit avionics instruments. Installation of digital and analog radio communication and navigation equipment.

    Proficiency with precision tools, hand tools, and power tools; thread, pin, telescoping, hole, and feeler gauges, calipers, outside micrometer, depth micrometer, soldering equipment, hand crimping tools, wire strippers, video boroscopes, and multi-meter.

    Electrical installation and modification experience on Space Orbiter vehicles, Gulfstream, Lear Jet, Hawker, Falcon, West Wind, King Air, Challenger, Cessna Citation, Cheyenne, Twin Otter, T-28, DC3, Astra, Boeing 737, 727 & 747, Cessna T210, Bonanza, Mooney, Cirrus, plus Sikorsky, R-22 and Bell rotorcraft.

    Performed photographic documentation with the use of Single Lens Reflex (SLR) camera required in accordance with written procedures, policies, and documents.  

    Mental skilled, readiness and quickness with manual labor, work well in production environment with changing requirements and schedules. Proactively seek opportunities for work improvement.

    Team lead experience, supervise employees when manager not on duty, train new employees, delegate tasks, and solve problems. 

    Proficiency with verbal and written communication skills, fluent in English and Spanish.

    Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, Powerpoint, and other computer applications.

     

    Licenses     

    A&P Mechanic

    FCC General Operators License, Ship Radar Endorsement

     

    Professional Experience

     

    2011   Avionics Technician, MidAir, Melbourne, Florida

    Performs wiring harness installation on 747 aircraft.

    2004-2010   Aerospace Inspector, Quality Assurance Senior, United Space Alliance, Cape Canaveral, Florida

    Performs in process and final quality inspections duties on space orbiter, to ensure compliance to engineer drawings, specifications, work authorization documents, and operation  procedures. Stamped approved work, maintained paperwork and records.

    Inspects assigned areas and associated major components and sub-components, before, during, and after  testing and pre/post launch operations. Inspect the installation, modification, and hook-up of all types of hardware units, and corresponding connections.

    Evaluate products, equipment, and processes to ensure their quality and compliance with engineering requirements.

    1997-2003   Avionic Installer / Inspector, IFR Avionics, Van Nuys, California

    Perform wire harness fabrication and avionics installations in compliance with engineering drawings.

    Installation inspector 2002-2003, FAA repairman certificate for installation inspection and installation testing while employed by IFR Avionics.

      

    Education

     

    2011      Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL

                       Master of Aeronautical Science in Space Studies

    2001      North Valley Occupational Center, Van Nuys, California

                        Aircraft Mechanic School, A&P license.

     

    1997      InterAmerican University, Bayamon, Puerto Rico

                        Bachelor of Science in Airway Electronics System.

    Certificates

    2006 Customer Service Specialist (CSS) certificate

    2006 Certified Aerospace Technician (Space TEC)

    2007 Visual Testing Level II certificate

    2007 Certificate of Achievement, Composites

    2009 Certificate of Achievement, Fiber Optics

    2011 IPC-A-610 Certified IPC Specialist

     

    Awards

    2005 USA Quality Performance Award

    2006 NASA Group Achievement Award

    2008 USA Outstanding Quality Recognition Award

    2010 NASA Team Award


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