Andrew Smith

Phone: (000) 000-0000
Address: 287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000

Professional Summary

Seasoned aircraft maintenance manager/professional offering over 40 years of aircraft maintenance experience.  Successfully managed 11.3 million dollar budget, completing 27 aircraft modification projects.
Personally trained and mentored over 200 individuals to perform aircraft electrical and electrical equipment modification in accordance with manufacture (OEM) and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) specifications.

Employment history

Jun. 2006 – May. 2008 Blakehaven, Tennessee
Aircraft Modification Manager, Fahey-Doyle
Managed nine supervisors and 107 hourly employees performing flight deck modifications on United States Air Force aircraft, installing updated avionics and new aircraft wiring.  

Aug. 2005 – Nov. 2005 New Doyleborough, New Jersey
Aircraft Electrician, Sanford Group
Performed aircraft avionics modification and upgrades, preformed aircraft return to service maintenance on F-5 aircraft.  Installed wiring, terminated cables and perform operation checks in accordance with technical specifications.  
Apr. 1991 – Dec. 1993 New Werner, Texas
Aircraft Electrician/ P-3 Flight Engineer/ Maintenance Control Chief, Murray-Botsford
1979-1985 performed the duties of an aircraft electrician repairing aircraft electrical systems, completing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on S-3A/B and P-3B aircraft.

1986-1990 performed duties as a P-3 Flight engineer and electrical work center supervisor. Performed pre-flight and post-flight inspections on P-3B/C aircraft in accordance with inspection cards. Operate aircraft engines, managed/monitored aircraft systems during flight.   As electrical supervisor, managed 14 electricians preform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance  on nine P-3 aircraft.

1990-2003 performed the duties as a maintenance control chief, managing all aspects on aircraft maintenance, certified to release aircraft safe for flight, briefed and debriefed aircrew prior too and after flights. As a P-3 flight engineer, performed pre-flight and post-flight inspections on P-3B/C aircraft in accordance with inspection cards. Operate aircraft engines, managed/monitored aircraft systems during flight

2004-2005 Quality Assurance Supervisor, preformed the duties as the quality assurance supervisor for the aircraft intermediate maintenance department assigned to the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) in accordance with OPNAVINST 4790.2 series and COMNAVAIRFORCEINST 4790.2 series.


Bachelor of Science: Business Administration
  • Eastern Wunsch - Turnershire, Minnesota


Aircraft Maintenance Instructor
Quality Assurance Manager
Aircraft Electrician
Aircraft Maintenance Management

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