Aircraft Sheet Metal 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 Sheet Metal Mechanic with a well-established organization with a stable environment.

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Expertise in making repairs and modification on Aircraft components
  • Sound knowledge of all associate pneumatic and power riveting and sheet metal tools
  • Profound knowledge of manufacturing, installation, fabrication and repair of composite skins, titanium, high strength steel, titanium and fiberglass
  • Thorough knowledge of the aviation maintenance criteria and other associated specifications
  • Ability to perform inspection, modifications and repairs when necessary
  • Ability to interpret the blueprints and accomplishing repairs through locating parts

Work Experience:

Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic, August 2005 – Present

Tyonek Native Corporation, Houston, TX

  • Operated on a full range of aircraft sheet metal procedure such as modification, repair, disassembling and reassembling of airframe spars.
  • Maintained troubleshoot malfunctions in aircraft structure, flight surfaces, landing gear and controls, pneudralic, engines, anti-icinganti-icing, auxiliary power, unit auxiliary power unit and the heating and ventilation systems.
  • Overhauled the aircraft structure components such as fuselage and wings along with the function components such as surface control, hydraulic units, rigging and plumbing.
  • Specialized in using power tools, hand tools, machines and equipment such as sheet, shears, wielding equipment, metal brake, drills and rivet gun.

Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic, May 2000 – July 2005

Tyonek Native Corporation, Houston, TX

  • Designed the repair plans, modification and fabrications according to the diagrams, technical manuals and blueprints.
  • Fabricated the body panels from steel and aluminum.
  • Repaired wood and metal floors, walls and ceilings using a varied range of material and fasteners such as linoleum, adhesive, inserts, sealants, wood, epoxy, insulation and rivets.
  • Determined reinstallation, replacement and repaired parts for subsequent welding and riveting with wrenches and clamps.
  • Regulated loading of test vans and shelter points using appropriate equipment such as dynameters, scales and fixtures.
  • Fortified the bonded structure by using portable and stationery curing equipment.
  • Replaced and repaired defective parts and drilled holes to check internal defect or damage if any.


High School Diploma, Steele Canyon High School, Spring Valley, CA