Aircraft Electrician (Former Military)

Max J. Hall

4672 Bungalow Road

Humboldt, NE 68376

(402) 862-2884

AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN

Highly professional and educated individual with expertise in aircraft electronics. Excellent communication and organizational abilities.

QUALIFICATION HIGHLIGHTS

Active Security Clearance

·    Install and inspect aircraft electrical systems and equipment.

·    Analyze equipment operating systems to locate malfunctions.

·    Conduct removal and installation and repair of electrical systems.

·    Utilize schematics and advanced knowledge of electronic and electrical wiring to diagnose and repair faulty system wirings.

·    Ensure entries to maintenance and inspections records are accurate.

·    Conduct equipment maintenance on selected specialized support equipment.

·    Maintain current and accurate knowledge of interpretation and adherence to mechanical and microelectronic principles theory and applications.

·    Support subsystem tie-ins between integrated avionics systems.

·    Maintain and repair automatic flight controls, instruments, multiplexers, and digital systems.

·    Employ and adhere to all health and safety regulations.

·    Remain responsible for ensuring all technical orders up-to-date.

Professional Experience

United States Department of the Air Force, Robins AFB, GA

1983 – present

·    Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on electrical components.

·    Analyze and interpret data from testing procedures to implement necessary repairs.  Inspect  electrical systems to determine operational status.

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Selected Time Compliance Technical Orders

1997 – present

Installation of embedded Global Positioning System Capabilities into Aircraft.

Installation of MUX Bus 7 and MUX Bus 8 into Aircraft.

Installation of Air Data Processor into Aircraft.

Education & Training

Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering

Aircraft Electrical Systems – Cantor Technical Training Center

 

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