Aircraft Engine Mechanic Resume

Samantha Gray

North Highlands CA 95660

(916) 987-6543

[email protected]

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Job Objective

To secure a position as an Aircraft Engine Mechanic for your firm.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Remarkable maintenance and repair experience with aircraft mechanical systems
  • Profound knowledge of jet engine theory and the integration of the jet engine to other aircrafts systems and repair of the same
  • Ability to make prescribed modifications to the aircraft engines, engine assemblies and accessories
  • Skilled at performing, cable rigging of flight and engine controls
  • Familiarity with hydraulic, oil, fuel, pressurization systems and landing gear assemblies
  • Ability to interpret technical orders, manufacturer’s catalogue, blueprints and the schematic

Professional Experience:

Aircraft Engine Mechanic, August 2005 – Present

Air Force Materiel Command, Lee S Summit, MO

  • Maintained aircraft components for cleanliness, alignment, clearance, wear and tear according to the technical orders.
  • Regulated the functional checks of aircraft systems such as pneudralic, electric, environmental, lubrication, anti icinganti- icing, power plant, oxygen, fuel, vacuum, induction and exhaust.
  • Installed equipment to the aircraft such as launchers, external parts and auxiliary parts.
  • Maintained aircrafts by identifying corrosion and using protective measures.
  • Operated the aircraft and performed engine removal, installation and run up.
  • Maintained the non powered aerospace ground equipment and obtained engine oil samples for analysis.

Aircraft Engine Mechanic, May 2000 – July 2005

Air Force, Air National Guard Units, Lee S Summit, MO

  • Performed repairs and disassembled them along with its components and modules.
  • Repaired and replaced the models in accordance with the manufacturers and the DAI quality procedure.
  • Determined the engine components with calibrated precision measuring the equipment to repair or service it.
  • Regulated quality checks on turbine engine components using non destructive inspection method such as fluorescent penetrate and magnetic particle machinery.
  • Researched the FAA Airworthiness Directives and prepared logs in accordance with it, recorded engine logs for the current engine times and cycles.
  • Studied the current technical data and carried all inspections and repairs accordingly.


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