Designated Airbus A400M Design Office Signatory (DOS – Across all ATA Chapter’s, at aircraft level), having proactively demonstrated a sound safety culture. Self-motivated, acquiring a JAR-FCL in 1990 & B1 (Turbine) Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance ‘License Without Type Rating’ (LWTR) in 2012. Good written & verbal (cross-organisational) communication skills. Capable of working without supervision and as part of, or leading a team (integrally across maintenance, design, EASA Part 21 sub-parts J [DOA], G [POA] homologation and both Part M/145’s continued & continuing in-service [MOA] airworthiness requirements) organisationally.
Sound technical decision making, proven willingness to take ownership across a wide range of technical issue’s in order to provide authoritative solutions. Demonstrates good airmanship. Ability to plan and prioritize workload, utilizing personal computer software (Windows Pack) skills.
EASA Part 66 Level III equivalent, OEM Aircraft Type training / global ‘hands-on’, practical (maintenance) in-service experience summary;
– Jetstream 41 (AlliedSignal TPE33114GR/HR) Airframe & Engines, – BAe ATP (Pratt & Whitney Canada PW126/A) Airframe & Engines, – BAe ATP Electrical / Avionics, – BAe 146/RJ Electrical / Avionics, – Airbus NEW TECHNOLOGY, – Airbus A380 (RR TRENT 900 & EA GP7200) Maintenance Certifying Technician, [MECHANICAL + AVIONICS (T1, T2, P1 & P2)] – Maintenance Certifying Engineer (T4), – AIRMAN (AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ANALYSIS) fleet-wide AIRBUS AIRCRAFT.
Awards – 1988, 1989 & 1990: BAe Woodford Site ‘Apprentice of the Year’ award. – – 1987: BAe Woodford Site 1st Year ‘Craft / Technician’ Apprentice ‘Progress’ award.