AVIONICS ENGINEER - ENGINEERING SUPERVISOR
22 Bond St - Malvern East - NSW 2077
Telephone: +385 912 888 91 - Email: email@example.com
Over 20+ years progressive experience from within the airline
industry, serving as an initial apprentice with Australian
Airways before moving into a wide array of engineering roles.
Through being able to understand the wider picture and with the
experience needed to interpret technical engineering specifics,
will offer a pro-active and flexible approach to supporting a
wide array of flight engineering and operational roles.
- Technical avionic engineering
- Workshop management
- Cargo and logistics
- Repairs and overhauls
- Heavy maintenance
- Passenger craft
- Procedural management
- Compliance management
- Health and safety (OH&S)
- Large scale deployments
- Maintaining documentation
- Quality management
- In-flight servicing
- Staff management
- Pre-flight planning
QUALIFICATIONS & CERTIFICATES
Aircraft Engineering Apprentice
New Zealand Defense Force and Mechanical Services
Engineering Diploma - Incl. Applied Technology,
Applied Mechanics ,Calculus and Principals of Electricity
Engineering Maintenance for Managers - Lipfield
Health and Safety Management Certificate -
ISO 9001 Accreditation Certificate - Australian
Qantas Maintenance Support Services (Feb 1999 to
Qantas Maintenance is one of the largest, most advanced
aircraft facilities in the world, providing premium class
engineering standards on a solid foundation of safety, quality,
reliability and service.
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEER
Responsible for the technical aircraft maintenance engineering
for the Boeing 747 and Airbus A330 aircraft.
Maintain and overhaul aircrafts and sub-assemblies in
accordance with established maintenance schedules, including
inspections, testing, repairs and installations of engine
systems and components.
Certify aircraft are airworthy in accordance with
local and international aviation standards.
Manage the ordering of inventory parts needed to
ensure works can be carried out speedily and efficiently.
Ensure compliance with applicable technical
publications through the use of maintenance instruction
manuals for the appropriate type/model/series aircraft.
Attend all site meetings, keep up to date with
changes in Qantas engineering and procedures, and ensure all
works completed are done in a safe and efficient manner.
Interface with higher level commands, activities, and
depots on all maintenance-related issues.
Reassemble components and check for operational
Ensure that aircraft and equipment maintenance data
is collected and properly disseminated, and maintaining a
record of all action taken.
Provide leadership to junior engineer members.
World Aviation Pty Ltd (Nov 1980 to Jan 1999)
World Aviation is a primary Global Charter contractor to the
New Zealand Defense Force (NXDF), providing fight services
through its Airbus A330-300 operations with an extensive
technical and operational workforce.
AIRCRAFT MANAGER - Technical and Operations
Appointed to provide onboard representation on behalf of
Strategic Aviation to the NZDF for all levels of flight services
ranging from on-board services for upwards to 240 passengers,
through to managing technical requirements of craft and
overseeing flight plans.
Organized flight logistics requirements for the
carrying of personnel and equipment, ensuring appropriate
services were available from pre-flight through to arrival.
Managed any last minute changes to flight plan,
aircraft load balance and trim sheets.
Planned any required aircraft maintenance scheduling
and repairs and provided flight personnel with aircraft
technical information including information on repairs.
Chief point of liaison between the NZDF and Strategic
Aviation, ensuring this highly lucrative contract met and
achieved service level requirements, and any issues were
Supervised cabin crew and oversaw all aspects of
onboard customer service.
ADDITIONAL SUPPORTING INFORMATION
- New Zealand and South African Dual Citizenship.
- Full reference details can be supplied upon request.