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Andrew Smith


287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000

(000) 000-0000

Professional Summary

  • Licensed avionics engineer with 11 years of aviation maintenance experience,Strong self-motivation and highly professional.
  • Affluent experience in IFE system maintenance and troubleshooting.(Panasonic 3000,IPES,PAVES II,EX2,EX3 etc.)
  • Strong project engineering and planning skills with keen ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, results-driven environment.
  • For 7 consecutive years in the company’s performance appraisal was rated as outstanding;0 violation record.

Employment history

Avionics Engineer, Wilderman LLC. Port Etta, Washington
Jan. 2020 – Present
  • Responsible for the evaluation and processing of AD, SB and technical manuals and other technical documents;
  • Responsible for the preparation of technical notices, maintenance implementation basis documents and other internal technical documents;
  • Responsible for aircraft introduction configuration evaluation and modification program development;
  • Responsible for technical liaison with OEM;

Maintenance Engineer, Buckridge-Willms. Lake Darrylstad, Alaska
Sep. 2017 – Oct. 2017
  • Responsible for fully mastering aircraft airworthiness and completing aircraft release ;
  • Responsible for monitoring and promoting the completion of troubleshooting and fault and defect retention work;
  • Responsible for the supervision and delivery of the aircraft introduction;

Avionics Supervisor, Keeling-Rempel. Lake Carol, Pennsylvania
Mar. 2011 – Sep. 2016
  • Responsible for the supervision of the electronic and avionics of aircraft overhaul A check, C check and re-delivery check;
  • Responsible for the arrangement and coordination of production tasks, supervision and inspection of various maintenance work;
  • Responsible for the organization and arrangement of major modification projects, troubleshooting, power test, etc.;
  • Responsible for the completion of aircraft re-delivery and introduction; 

Education

Weber College, North Thadchester, Connecticut
Bachelor of Science, Electronic Information Science and Technology, Jun. 2008

Skills

Project Management

Avionics Modification

IFE Maintenance

Trouble Shooting

avionics engineer

  • Perform troubleshooting and diagnosis of avionics and electrical system
  • schedule Avionics  maintainance on company fleet such as BELL 206, DA40& DA42
  • Perform pre flight and Post flight inspections
  • complete certificate of release for avionics task and entering of task in the log book
  • Assisting Maintenance Manager in Maintenance crew coordination and duty roaster

avionics engineer

  • Evaluate fails in aircraft avionics system, develop engineering orders, technical instructions, information bulletins and drawings all these to solve critical fails.
  • Perform technical investigation in aircraft maintenance manuals, wiring diagram manuals, services bulletins, airworthiness directives and aircraft drawings.
  • Coordinate with engineering chief all the requirements to perform aircraft checks and mayor repairs.
  • Act like a link between maintenance support and quality requirements (to provide in site engineering support).
  • Keep updated AD control report and service bulleting report regarding to avionics ATA´s (22, 23, 24, 31, 33, 34).
  • Develop work card, task card and service bulletin regarding to avionics ATA´s (22, 23, 24, 31, 33, 34).
  • Work together to maintenance manager to apply troubleshooting properly.

avionics engineer

  • Responsible for the evaluation and processing of AD, SB and technical manuals and other technical documents;
  • Responsible for the preparation of technical notices, maintenance implementation basis documents and other internal technical documents;
  • Responsible for aircraft introduction configuration evaluation and modification program development;
  • Responsible for technical liaison with OEM;

avionics engineer

  • To design and build electronics systems for mechanisms and data communication of model rockets.
  • To design and build electronics systems for launchpad such as Robotic Arms, Wireless countdown and Wireless ignition.
  • To teach students in different workshops about  arduino programming, soldiering and wireless communication.
  • To study , analyze and make circuits for different types of sensors .