021b8a34-f6c2-4d43-9cb0-c32edef24ed4

Andrew Smith

287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000
[email protected]
(000) 000-0000

Professional Summary

My name is Lucas Ricardo Zacchi Teixeira da Silva, I am 24 years old and married. I graduated in a military school with an intense formation during two years specifically for air traffic control. Currently I am a qualified air traffic controller for the Brazilian Air Force and also an english aeronautical instructor. I am a native english speaker due to the fact that I lived abroad during nine years, from 2 until 11 years of age. 

Employment history

Air traffic controller, Shields LLC. Lake Ernesto, New York
Oct. 2018 – Present
  • Although I have a radar course, I currently work in the control tower
  • I am responsible for the safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of air traffic. Provide VFR control to aircraft arriving or departing the primary airport and adjacent airports, and to aircraft transiting the facility’s airspace. 
  • I provide air traffic advisory services to pilots including clearances to operate aircraft, weather and field conditions, and safety and traffic alerts.
  •  I Provide aeronautical english training to developmental air traffic controllers and other employees in the facility. 
  • Also work with the documents and records control in the tower

Teacher, Klein-Gutmann. South Jasper, New York
Sep. 2015 – Oct. 2015
  • Initiate, facilitate, and moderate classroom discussions.
  • Evaluate and grade students’ class work, assignments, and papers.
  • Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.
  • Teach writing classes.
  • Maintain student attendance records, grades, and other required records.
  • Plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content, course materials, and methods of instruction.

administrative assistant, Stark, Kassulke and Franecki. Paucekside, Minnesota
Dec. 2013 – Apr. 2014
  • Use computers for various applications, such as database management or word processing.
  • Answer telephones and give information to callers, take messages, or transfer calls to appropriate individuals.
  • Create, maintain, and enter information into databases.
  • Set up and manage paper or electronic filing systems, recording information, updating paperwork, or maintaining documents, such as attendance records, correspondence, or other material.
  • Complete forms in accordance with company procedures.
  • Operate electronic mail systems and coordinate the flow of information, internally or with other organizations.
  • Provide services to customers, such as order placement or account information.
  • Review work done by others to check for correct spelling and grammar, ensure that company format policies are followed, and recommend revisions.

pedagogical assistant, Hamill Group. Amadobury, Vermont
Apr. 2013 – May. 2013
  • Plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content, course materials, and methods of instruction.
  • Assist students who need extra help with their coursework outside of class.
  • Initiate, facilitate, and moderate classroom discussions.
  • Evaluate and grade students’ class work, assignments, and papers.
  • Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.

Education

Cassin Institute, Lake Maryamfurt, Massachusetts
Instructor Degree, aeronautical technical english, May. 2019

Eastern Maine College, Kurtbury, Hawaii
Technical degree, Air traffic control, Nov. 2017

Skills

Physical capacity and organism to act day or night shifts

Teamwork

Ability to adapt quickly to operational changes

Spatial reading

Emotional control

Quick thinking

88895eb1-69e3-42d8-90bc-4d9dbf327883

Andrew Smith

287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000
[email protected]
(000) 000-0000

Professional Summary

Lifelong aviator with 6000+ total flight hours, including 500+ hours of B575 time over the past year. Verifiable record of no FAA violations. Work in other sections of aviation, with experience in ATC and as a flight steward. Dependable employee– zero no-shows throughout career. Facilitate open communication and mutual respect among all workgroups.

Employment history

Pilot, Gibson Inc. West Eldridgemouth, Rhode Island
Nov. 2017 – Present
Finally moving up, both in location and in status, I have finally begun my dream profession as a head pilot. On a daily basis, for the past year, I have:
  • Worked as part of a flight team with other crew members, especially during takeoffs and landings. 
  • Start engines, operate controls, and pilot airplanes to transport passengers, adhering to flight plans, regulations, and procedures.
  • Choose routes, altitudes, and speeds that will provide the fastest, safest, and smoothest flights.
  • Brief crews about flight details, such as destinations, duties, and responsibilities.

Air Traffic Controller, Schuster-Borer. Kochville, South Carolina
Jan. 2019 – Feb. 2019
My introductory job into aviation. Gave me an even easier transition into the cockpit out of the classroom. My duties included:

  • Directing pilots to runways when space is available or direct them to maintain a traffic pattern until there is space for them to land.
  • Completing daily activity reports and kept records of messages from aircraft.
  • Organize flight plans or traffic management plans to prepare for planes about to enter assigned airspace.

Flight Steward, Johnson-Funk. Eliasstad, Michigan
Jun. 2018 – Aug. 2018
Learning another way to be part of the airline profession, as a flight steward for a year. A different challenge, where I:

  • Answered passengers’ questions about flights, aircraft, weather, travel routes and services, arrival times, or schedules.
  • Took inventory of headsets, alcoholic beverages, and money collected.
  • Prepared reports showing places of departure and destination, passenger ticket numbers, meal and beverage inventories, the conditions of cabin equipment, and any problems encountered by passengers.
  • Inspected and cleaned cabins, checking for any problems and making sure that cabins are in order.

Education

The Johnston, West Miguelbury, Vermont
Bachelor of Science, Aviation Science and Management- Flight, Jun. 2019

Skills

Leadership
Expert

Disipline
Expert

punctuality
Expert

air traffic controller

  • OJTI (SENASA-Baku),
  • ATFM (CANI-Prague),
  • TOP-SKY (THALES-Paris),
  • QMS (DQS-Baku).

senior air traffic controller

  • On Job Training Instructor
  • Preventing collision between aircraft in the air and on ground
  •  Coordinating air traffic with adjacent units
  • Provide advice and information to aircraft in need of search and rescue and assisting such organisations as required

air traffic controller

  • Quick decision making. 
  • Coordinate the actions of multiple flights. 
  • Prioritize tasks, as they may be required to guide several pilots at the same time.
  • Understand complex situations, such as the impact of changing weather patterns on a plane’s flight path. 
  • Review important information and provide pilots with an appropriate solution.

air traffic controller

  • Although I have a radar course, I currently work in the control tower
  • I am responsible for the safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of air traffic. Provide VFR control to aircraft arriving or departing the primary airport and adjacent airports, and to aircraft transiting the facility’s airspace. 
  • I provide air traffic advisory services to pilots including clearances to operate aircraft, weather and field conditions, and safety and traffic alerts.
  •  I Provide aeronautical english training to developmental air traffic controllers and other employees in the facility. 
  • Also work with the documents and records control in the tower

air traffic controller

  • Work as an Air Traffic controller in Airports Authority of India.
  •  prevent collisions between aircraft whether in flight or on ground.
  •  provide advice and information useful for the safe and efficient conduct of flights
  • Alert airport emergency services in cases of emergency or when aircraft are experiencing difficulties. concise manner possible. 

air traffic controller (aerodrome)

  • Plan and conduct air traffic controller’s training programs and dealing with new safety procedures.
  • To maintain safe, orderly and expeditious to the traffic under my watch.
  • Able to multi-task in a busy Approach radar environment
  • Use of computerised equipment

air traffic controller/squad leader

  • Direct pilots to runways when space is available or direct them to maintain a traffic pattern until there is space for them to land.
  • Transfer control of departing flights to traffic control centers and accept control of arriving flights.
  • Initiate or coordinate searches for missing aircraft.
  • Check conditions and traffic at different altitudes in response to pilots’ requests for altitude changes.
  • Conduct pre-flight briefings on weather conditions, suggested routes, altitudes, indications of turbulence, or other flight safety information.
  • Compile information about flights from flight plans, pilot reports, radar, or observations.
  • Train soldiers on the physical fitness, appearance, and the job at hand

air traffic controller

  • Directing pilots to runways when space is available or direct them to maintain a traffic pattern until there is space for them to land.
  • Completing daily activity reports and kept records of messages from aircraft.
  • Organize flight plans or traffic management plans to prepare for planes about to enter assigned airspace.
  • Inspect, adjust, or control radio equipment or airport lights.

air traffic controller

  • Issue landing and take-off authorizations or instructions.
  • Monitor or direct the movement of aircraft within an assigned air space or on the ground at airports to minimize delays and maximize safety.
  • Monitor aircraft within a specific airspace, using radar, computer equipment, or visual references.
  • Inform pilots about nearby planes or potentially hazardous conditions, such as weather, speed and direction of wind, or visibility problems.
  • Provide flight path changes or directions to emergency landing fields for pilots traveling in bad weather or in emergency situations.
  • Alert airport emergency services in cases of emergency or when aircraft are experiencing difficulties.
  • Contact pilots by radio to provide meteorological, navigational, or other information.