Top Crew Chief Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Crew Chief. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Crew Chief resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.1% of Crew Chief resumes contained Aircraft Parts as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Crew Chief actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Crew Chief resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Aircraft Parts

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Here's how Aircraft Parts is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Ordered and tracked aircraft parts requisitions and ensured accuracy of core automated maintenance system documentation.
  • Requisitioned aircraft parts, materials and updated automated records to reflect current aircraft status.
  • Ordered/received/installed/inventoried and controlled aircraft parts throughout the supply management chain.
  • Reviewed suitability of new fleet aircraft parts availability.
  • Managed, stocked and inventoried companies aircraft parts on hand valued at over 50 Million with excellent organization and zero loss.
  • Ordered and confirmed aircraft parts were installed correctly, and all operational checkouts and inspections were completed and properly documented.
  • Communicated with other mechanics and coordinated fitting and alignment of heavy parts to facilitate the process of repairing aircraft parts.
  • Simplified supply turn-in, request and issue of line replaceable units and replacement parts, minimized aircraft parts turnaround time.
  • Managed a crew to insured all aircraft parts were acceptable for installation and were installed correctly.
  • Maintained and ensured complete security of inventory worth over $500,000 in aircraft parts and hardware.
  • Procured aircraft parts, processed repairable items and made entries in maintenance and flight log books.
  • Inspected and trained during aircraft phase inspections requiring replacement and inspection of major aircraft parts.
  • Coordinated with home station and Headquarters for aircraft parts and test equipment required for repairs.
  • Tracked and ordered aircraft parts through base supply system through electronic supply ordering system.
  • Verified correct aircraft parts upon delivery and coordinated aircraft downtime to make repairs.
  • Utilized supply system to order aircraft parts, and ensure management of resources.
  • Maintain inventory of aircraft parts, tools, materials, equipment and supplies.
  • Compose and organize billing reports to order aircraft parts and equipment.
  • Turn in and track aircraft parts on a daily basis 3.
  • Planned and organized aircraft on-time work schedules and ordered aircraft parts.

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2. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Communicated closely with specialists, providing administrative and technical guidance to meet inspection deadlines, while adhering to safety procedures.
  • Work assignments carried out in compliance with operational and safety procedures required by Company policy and appropriate governmental regulations.
  • Led 12 personnel on various detachments ensuring compliance with operational and safety procedures specified by governing documents and policies.
  • Supervised and trained persons on aircraft maintenance, proper documentation and safety procedures.
  • Enforced operational security procedures and adherence to safety procedures involving launcher firing.
  • Conducted safety inspections to verify compliance with safety procedures and standards.
  • Trained incoming personnel on aircraft safety procedures and unit maintenance practices.
  • Assisted management in ensuring food quality standards and safety procedures.
  • Monitored safety procedures being utilized and focused on incident prevention.
  • Installed tires on vehicles, managed a crew of 12 employees, assisted customers with questions and problems, enforces safety procedures
  • Train new waiters and floor staff on guest service expectations, safety procedures, proper food handling and restaurant protocols.
  • Answered servers' questions about food and safety procedures to ensure strong work environment to fulfill all duties during shift.
  • Planned and taught group training programs for base populace on fire safety procedures through various briefings and audio/video media.
  • Provided information on the safe operation of aircraft to new Airmen and instructed them in appropriate emergency safety procedures.
  • Trained new employees in proper operational and safety procedures for all equipment Trained new employees in proper food handling
  • Experienced shift leader and key holder with knowledge of general store operations, safety procedures and employee training.
  • Instructed and trained crew in Survey and Mapping Methods, use of Equipment and Field Safety Procedures.
  • Ensured all work is completed using technical orders (TO), while strictly following safety procedures.
  • Edited and taught Munitions Delivery Safety Procedures, resulting in Zero man-hours lost due to accidents.
  • Move and store inventories of explosives, and other materials, according to established safety procedures.

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3. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Provided customer service, which consisted of conducting monetary transactions and suggesting additional appropriate services to clientele.
  • Delivered results by consistently delivering friendly customer service and demonstrating skill in motivating and retaining staff.
  • Maintained positive control and accountability of valuables, while protecting good customer service and relations.
  • Provided and monitored quality customer service based on the company's customer service requirements.
  • Optimized delivery efficiency by 66% through enhanced route coordination and customer service relations.
  • Ensured customer satisfaction by exceeding expectations of the customer and providing superior customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service with well-developed interpersonal communication skills while maintaining the sales floor.
  • Activated risk management protocols, ensured facility safety, and provided customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service, ensure coworkers are following food safety guidelines.
  • Assisted in cleaning carpets/upholstery -Air-duct cleaning -24 hour fire/water restoration service -Customer service
  • Trained new employees, operated cash register and provided excellent customer service
  • Achieved and exceeded customer service, and management requirements continuously.
  • Provide customer service by communicating with customers and problem solving.
  • Provided excellent customer service and complete required documentation per job.
  • Provided excellent customer service in addition to assisting associates.
  • Processed transactions handling cash and providing general customer service.
  • Experience in marketing, organizational management, and customer service
  • Ensured satisfactory customer service on orders of service.
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service skills within maintenance group.
  • Arranged customer orders while providing exponential customer service.

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4. Crew Members

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Here's how Crew Members is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Monitor certification and recurring training documents for accuracy and to ensure all load crew members complete required proficiency and academic training.
  • Clean shop on regular basis* Supervise other crew members* Delegate different assignments* Install and repair tractor trailer tires* TIA Certification
  • Conducted monthly crew meeting to promote better overall departmental communications and strengthen the cohesiveness with studio crew members.
  • Crew supervisor maintained accountability of all equipment used, supervised all crew members involved in each operation.
  • Managed crew members responsible for controlling and calibrating the mission critical worldwide surveillance network of optical sensors.
  • Direct fire-fighting crew members during emergency and rescue operations minimizing loss of life and property.
  • Delegated responsibilities to crew members and assist management with crew discipline and customer complaints.
  • Communicated with project managers about project requirements and performance of crew members.
  • Supervised crew members during aircraft and munitions preparation and loading operations.
  • Conducted on-the-job training and proficiency training to assigned crew members.
  • Supervised crew members and expedited as shift supervisor.
  • Motivated crew members and promoted cooperation and teamwork.
  • Provided supervisory transactions override authority for crew members.
  • Contacted crew members for unexpected vacancy.
  • Supervised crew (4-15 personnel) of Western/Asian/Local National Munitions Crew Members daily, zero safety accidents in 365 day contract.
  • Provided in-depth technical support for crew members and took lead role in training new members and ongoing training for current members.
  • Trained new crew members, worked prep table, worked register, unloaded delivery truck weekly, cleaned grease vats daily.
  • Direct crew members and participate in the care and maintenance of fire fighting equipment, fire station, and surrounding grounds.
  • Lead the crew members in the standards and procedures for a safe and efficient building and servicing of a race vehicle.
  • Fix and maintain Army helicopters to the highest standard.assist in planing and crew members in flight plans.lead and train other soldiers.

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5. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Supervised and trained crew members correct deployment and tactical readiness during combat situations on land and in aquatic environments.
  • Worked directly with Air Force combat engineers to successfully maintain and construct required facilities during wartime contingencies.
  • Utilized Computer System IMIS for form documentation of repair and logistical accountability of Aircraft Combat Readiness.
  • Performed duties and responsibilities relating to military safety standards and combat readiness of aircraft.
  • Coordinated, evaluated, and fabricated repairs with aeronautical engineers for combat airlift operations.
  • Activated in direct support of combat operations 2004-2005 for Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Replicated adversary capabilities, improved combat training and awareness of threats from space.
  • Direct contact for high level Pentagon and Combatant Command leadership during training simulations.
  • Performed in-depth inspections and replacement of critical components on combat ready aircraft.
  • Responded to emergency mechanical break downs under extreme combat conditions worldwide.
  • Performed complex helicopter repair functions in both peacetime and combat locations.
  • Performed Maintenance in combat simulated situations with half necessary tools.
  • Participated in Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center certification.
  • Performed security in numerous hostile situations during combat operations.
  • Installed external fuel tanks and performed integrated combat turnarounds.
  • Facilitate training programs to support combating operations.
  • Pulled Guard in a combat zone, 12hr rotating shifts, extreme weather conditions, checked in every hour by radio.
  • Served as a member of the Quick Reaction Force and detained hostile combatants when necessary to ensure the safety of others.
  • Job Duties: Maintained the assault amphibious vehicle in combat ready state & maintaining troop welfare for my junior Marines.
  • Demonstrated problem solving, leadership, and communication skills by spear heading a five man salvage team in combat zone.

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6. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed and documented corrective/preventative maintenance inspections.
  • Perform Preventative Maintenance on commercial Vehicles*Follow company process and procedure to complete each task*Maintain a clean and professional workplace
  • Assign technicians to work stations and ensure preventative maintenance operations are conducted safely and properly.
  • Conducted and completed preventative maintenance inspections and multiple scheduled maintenance tasks on complex military helicopters.
  • Implemented work orders, conducted experiments with preventative maintenance practices, and emergency maintenance procedures.
  • Performed routine preventative maintenance on related radar, surveillance equipment and computer systems.
  • Supervised inspections and organizational preventative maintenance on $4.5M of firefighting/support vehicles.
  • Developed preventative maintenance programs in conjunction with upper management and engineering staffs.
  • Perform scheduled inspections and preventative maintenance on aircraft and aircraft-installed equipment.
  • Performed aircraft lubrication and cleaning as well as preventative maintenance procedures.
  • Tracked flying scheduled and performed preventative maintenance during scheduled downtime.
  • Completed special inspections, calendar inspections and preventative maintenance requirements.
  • Reviewed and followed detailed blueprint instructions for preventative maintenance practices.
  • Assured proper preventative maintenance checks and procedures were completed daily.
  • Enforced compliance with safety standards and preventative maintenance measures.
  • Submit timetable estimates for routine or preventative maintenance.
  • Assigned extraction van which you are required to properly maintain, keep clean, and do preventative maintenance as needed.
  • Serviced all 30 operational aircraft to include hydraulic systems, ground refueling (operational/shut-down), and preventative maintenance cleaning.
  • Perform preventative maintenance and schedule maintenance of the fleet of light-duty, medium-duty, and heavy-duty fire/rescue apparatus and equipment.
  • Performed daily, routine, and preventative maintenance including aircraft servicing, launch and recovery, and all inspections.

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7. Troubleshoot

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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Provided problem isolation/troubleshooting- fault identification and analyzing system malfunction.
  • Performed visual inspections, removal/installation of aircraft components, engine operations for system calibration, system operational checks, and troubleshooting.
  • Acted as an in-flight troubleshooter in multiple emergency situations, utilizing decisiveness and aptitude to resolve the situations safely.
  • Demonstrated technical skills and expertise in the integration of avionics and aircraft weapons systems operational testing and troubleshooting.
  • Possess the ability to troubleshoot and make critical decisions regarding airworthiness of equipment and safety of personnel.
  • Performed troubleshooting, servicing and accompanied fighter aircraft through all phases of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance.
  • Supervised flight-line crews in troubleshooting and repair of guided missile electronic systems and related test equipment.
  • Assisted avionics technicians in troubleshooting of auto-pilot system anomaly and coordinated repair of broken wire harness.
  • Train incoming personnel on performance maintenance inspections, soldering, troubleshooting and corrective actions.
  • Crew Chief responsibilities included but were not limited to inspection/troubleshoot/repair of all aircraft systems.
  • Accomplished preventive/corrective maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, technical orders and time compliance items.
  • Performed armament systems maintenance functions to include troubleshooting system malfunctions and program software errors.
  • Designed, developed, and implemented a new maintenance procedure for troubleshooting faulty equipment.
  • Tasked with aircraft servicing, troubleshooting, launch/recovery, component removal/installation and aircraft cleaning.
  • Replenished automated teller machines and performed basic troubleshooting to insure proper function when needed.
  • Conducted limited maintenance operational checks with qualified pilots to troubleshoot all aircraft subsystem assemblies.
  • Demonstrated superior technical skills and expertise in aircraft inspecting, troubleshooting and operational testing.
  • Performed troubleshooting and repair of aircraft components and system electrical, mechanical and structural.
  • Performed preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of all electrical and mechanical components
  • Perform diagnostic testing and analysis of rotor systems and dynamic component troubleshooting.

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8. Technical Data

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Here's how Technical Data is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Collaborated with MILSTAR contractors by providing critical technical data ensured major system upgrade went flawlessly and on-time.
  • Utilized conventional or automated technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems.
  • Used technical data, schematic diagrams and analyzed operating characteristics to diagnose engine system malfunctions.
  • Enforced compliance of loading operations in compliance of regulations and established technical data and instructions.
  • Honed troubleshooting abilities with enhanced skills reading and comprehending wire diagrams and technical data.
  • Translate conventional or automated technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems.
  • Evaluated technical data and submitted recommended changes when deficiencies were detected.
  • Documented and repaired discrepancies found during inspections using current technical data.
  • Maintained all munitions and missiles according to approved technical data.
  • Completed Phased aircraft and engine requirements per technical data.
  • Maintained organization equipment and Technical Data Accounts.
  • Required to make decisions in high-pressure situations based on technical data and driver input which would impact performance of the team.
  • Repaired, troubleshot, inspected, launched and recovered, and serviced dedicated aircraft in accordance with applicable aircraft technical data.
  • Ensured maintenance log accuracy to include technical data numbers, diagram references, time compliance maintenance, and part reference numbers.
  • Fostered the importance of strictly adhering to following technical data and safety regulations in my airmen by leading by example.
  • Repaired and maintained multiple models of turbine engines worth over $180 million in accordance with technical data and schematics.
  • Adhere to Air Force technical data, rules, regulations, and standards to ensure proper servicing and optimize safety.
  • Monitored section's personnel maintenance actions to ensure compliance with all safety, housekeeping, and technical data usage.
  • Full knowledge of technical data and specification to fully understand, diagnose and resolve maintenance problems on aircraft.
  • Enforced the use of maintenance directives, technical data, supply, safety, and hazardous waste procedures.

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9. Support Equipment

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Here's how Support Equipment is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Serviced aircraft systems for flight and operated powered and non-powered ground support equipment.
  • Scheduled and coordinated in-shop maintenance on aircraft armament components and support equipment.
  • Performed daily inspections and user maintenance on approximately 50 munitions support equipment.
  • Coordinated support equipment requirements and monitored quality of specialist repair actions.
  • Used and maintained support equipment used for maintenance and ground operations
  • Assisted aircrew with delivering and transferring mission support equipment.
  • Planned and coordinated support equipment requirements for F/A-22 deployments.
  • Advised on problems affecting helicopter systems and support equipment.
  • Coordinated technical data regarding munitions support equipment and munitions.
  • Maintained and performed scheduled maintenance on aviation ground support equipment
  • Maintained aircraft support equipment, AFTO Form 781 series, and ensured accurate documentation in the Core Automated Maintenance System.
  • Utilized ground support equipment to test repairs made and trouble shoot flight controls, landing gear, and hydraulic assemblies.
  • Drive rig to locations, rig up the rig & support equipment, work on servicing oil wells for contractors.
  • Jack, tow, and service aircraft, troubleshoot and maintain aircraft structures, systems, components and support equipment.
  • Ensured the readiness and accounted for aviation ground support equipment and maintenance facilities valued in excess of $1.2 million.
  • Perform inspections and periodic maintenance on aircraft, ground control station, ground data terminal and associated ground support equipment.
  • Inspected, maintained, and repaired test aircraft maintenance support equipment, hydraulic structure, and components of the MV-22.
  • Maintained daily accountability and serviceability of over 3,000 tools, test equipment and support equipment worth 7 million dollars.
  • Maintained tactical F--15C/D aircraft, support equipment, and forms and records to ensure safety of flight.
  • Lead and rated work crew of two personnel annually on maintenance of MHU trailers and associated support equipment.

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10. F-16

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Here's how F-16 is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Determined unit F-16 maintenance capability and equipment condition by performing technical inspections and personnel evaluations.
  • Performed munitions loading/unloading operations on highly modified F-16 aircraft.
  • Supervised personnel performing munitions loading/unloading/maintenance/troubleshooting on 21 F-16 aircraft.
  • Maintained F-16CJ aircraft, F110-GE-129 turbofan jet engines and associated components, sub-systems and test equipment worth over $500 million.
  • Supervised over 20 personnel whose duties included troubleshooting, testing, repairing, maintaining and loading munitions on F-16 fighter aircraft.
  • Provided fire protection for 2.7K personnel, 45 F-16 aircraft, 1,083 facilities & civilian a/c terminal worth $2.9 Billion.
  • Inspected, repaired, maintained, troubleshoot, serviced, and modified systems on F-16CG Blocks 42 and 52 aircraft.
  • Performed line maintenance on F-16 A, C and D models requiring high level line maintenance to heavy depot maintenance.
  • Coordinated scheduling, planning, and administrative policies and procedures required to provide combat ready F-16 and A-10 aircraft.
  • Provided timely munitions support to other elements within the flight and supported three fighter squadrons with 75 F-16 aircraft.
  • Assisted Dedicated Crew Chief with performing and managing maintenance tasks on assigned F-16C aircraft valued at over $35M+.
  • Coordinated the loading/unloading of nuclear and non-nuclear explosive munitions of 26 assigned F-16C/D aircraft valued at $988M.
  • Supervised and trained team members conducting maintenance, loading operations and launching procedures on F-16 and B-1B aircraft.
  • Accomplished scheduled, unscheduled, and periodic maintenance on 29 assigned F-16 aircraft valued at $725 million.
  • Assisted with a special team to overhaul an F-16 wing and prep the fuel cell area for installation.
  • Performed aircraft inspections on the F-110GE-129 by General Electric and the Pratt And Whitney F-16 turbine engines.
  • Performed and supervised loading and maintenance procedures on Block 32, 42, and 52 series F-16s.
  • Directed 14 personnel on Time Compliance Technical order completion for speed brake systems for 32 F-16 aircraft.
  • Performed over 300 maintenance tasks on F-16 aircraft with a 100% Quality Assurance pass rate.
  • Advised on maintenance procedures, inspection requirements and operation policies on the F-16 tactical aircraft platform.

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11. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed launch and on orbit operations for military communications and GPS satellites.
  • Redesigned Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) reporting procedures aiding in efficiency.
  • Lead GPS scheduling supervisor- administered 25K+ mission plan
  • Task of set crew was to keep track of weld layout as well as collect GPS data on pipe shots.
  • Lot and Block Surveys, topographical surveys, drainage way design surveying, utilized conventional as well as GPS methods.
  • Managed multiple GPS survey crew in the field and office to support the internal draftsmen compete the mapping projects.
  • Performed basic field calculations when requested including closing level loops and calculating coordinate data for use in GPS navigation.
  • Learned the basic skills of land surveying by using measuring tapes and surveying rods and instruments and GPS equipment.
  • Gained experience using TopCon GPS, TopCon robotics total station and TDS program for data collection.
  • Utilize GPS units, total stations and data collectors, and submit GIS information and maps.
  • Undertake topographic surveys and construction staking utilizing the latest in GPS and conventional instruments and software.
  • Supervised survey crew, Operated Total Station, Operated GPS, Worked in construction and boundary surveys
  • Completed ROW and center-line staking; utilized GPS to preform mainline, tie-in and fabrication surveys.
  • Executed software loads, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on GPS Ground Station and Test Simulators.
  • Surveyed and plotted locations using GPS and Total Station computer instrumentation throughout south Louisiana.
  • Surveyed all of Burlington Northern RR property using GPS units and Mobil mapping vehicle.
  • Slope staking and layout using a TopCon GPS for parks in the Phoenix area.
  • Use GPS tracking to monitor flight path while navigating towards the anticipated landing zone
  • Trained contractors to complete airborne GPS survey project for City of San Antonio.
  • Surveyed our marks using a conventional setup, RTK, VRS or GPS.

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12. Flight Line

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Here's how Flight Line is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Coordinated with flight line expediter to efficiently and effectively use the manpower and materials assets.
  • Performed launch, recovery, and turnaround operations/informed flight line expediter of current aircraft status.
  • Monitored flight line loading activities to ensure safety and reliability standards were maintained.
  • Performed flight line maintenance before becoming assistant dock chief during phase inspection operations.
  • Perform scheduled/unscheduled and flight line maintenance on Sikorsky 61 helicopters.
  • Developed proficiency in flight line maintenance procedures and practices.
  • Monitored and inspected Flight Line Maintenance and Safety Operations.
  • Qualified engine operator and flight line maintenance coordinator.
  • Coordinated aircraft maintenance with flight line operations.
  • Supervised junior flight line maintenance technicians.
  • Supervised and managed flight line subordinates.
  • Performed duties as a flight line mechanic contributing to the completion of daily, turnaround, special, and phase inspections.
  • Retrained to Avionics in 2009 and worked as a flight line avionics mechanic for the Air Force until separation in 2012.
  • Performed Flight line Maintenance, Launch and Recover and Phase Dock Aircraft Maintenance, Serviced Aircraft for Flight and Performed Inspections.
  • Trained as aircraft crew chief on C-17/C-5 aircraft, responsible for aircraft launch and recovery, inspections and flight line maintenance.
  • Perform phase and all flight line maintenance ensuring an airworthy condition of aircraft in support of United States military forces.
  • Work with 20 other Crew Chiefs in a team structure to maintain all components related to aircraft on flight line.
  • Coordinate with flight line expediter, section chief, and production superintendent on all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements.
  • Dedicated Crew Chief on F-16CG blocks 42 and 52 supervising maintenance on flight line of 26 F-16's.
  • Maintained cleanliness and a FOD free environment of the plane, flight line, hangar and work spaces.

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13. Squadron

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Here's how Squadron is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Deployed as advance squadron representative responsible for ensuring transportation and lodging requirements weekly for 70 people.
  • Briefed Production Supervisor and Squadron Maintenance Officer on aircraft status and documented Core Automated Maintenance System.
  • Administered monthly and quarterly performance evaluations to junior Marines enhancing squadron efficiency and deployment readiness.
  • Provided assistance Fighter Squadrons Weapons Flight in troubleshooting armament system malfunctions.
  • Conducted scheduled semi-annual inspections and retrofit for all Squadron assigned aircraft.
  • Coordinated all aircraft security in conjunction with Security Police Squadron.
  • Identified and corrected potential hazards securing squadrons flight expectations.
  • Briefed squadron commander on all write-ups/discrepancies discovered.
  • Recommended for Re-Enlistment by Squadron Commander.
  • Spearheaded Fire Emergency Services Unit Compliance Inspection checklist; ensured compliance which led to Flight and Squadron to receive Excellent rating.
  • Lead inspector for squadron's 30+munitions; kept inspection forecast for all munitions and carried them out on a daily basis.
  • Fuel Surveillance NCO, responsible for maintaining the Squadron Fuel Surveillance Program and ensuring fuel in aircraft remained free of contamination.
  • Appointed to Crew Chief of the Squadron Commanders aircraft do to my dedication safety record in performing my assigned duties.
  • Key to the squadron's excellent rating and the flight receiving the Inspector General coin for excellence for superior performance.
  • Directed the production, assembly, inspection, and demilitarization of chaff and flare for the 46th maintenance squadron.
  • Served as Squadron Mobility NCO responsible for ensuring the readiness of over 300 people to deploy on short notice.
  • Maintained a working relationship with Marine aviation logistics squadron GSE to ensure gear was available to support flight operations.
  • Performed updates, maintenance and integrated new avionic systems in accordance with deadlines issued by squadron maintenance officer.
  • Served as squadron focal point and responsible for aircraft status and proper reporting of assets to squadron leadership.
  • Managed squadron composite tool kit (CTK) equipment program supporting aircraft valued in excess of $868million.

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14. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Supervised materials acquisition ensuring sufficient materials to complete each job site to rigorous quality standards.
  • Surveyed job sites Solved problems efficiently Managed time efficiently Lead and described assignments accurately
  • Received formal training on interpersonal communication skills and job site management.
  • Transported and set up appropriate instruments and equipment associated with surveying land and preparing the job site for a survey.
  • Preformed maintenance and monitored equipment such as dehumidifiers, air movers and scrubbers that were left at assigned job sites.
  • Train laborers in light carpentry, water line installation procedures, tile installation and safety on the job site.
  • Walked the job site with customers; discussed work to be performed, prepared materials estimate for customer approval.
  • Be knowledgeable of safe work practices & ensure that the job site & installers maintain compliance with the same.
  • Work with multiple contractors on multiple job sites to ensure work is done in a timely and safe manner.
  • Drive bobcat to load gravel, drive dump truck to and from job sites, light plumbing, light electrical
  • Prioritized the daily tasks and planned the work schedule while also being the crew foreman on job sites.
  • Train, motivate and supervise crew members at remote outdoor job sites, without immediate access to supervisor.
  • Packed out contents of the job site and move them to a storage area until restoration was complete.
  • Lead & oversee crews at job sites & ensure procedures are followed & work performance is sufficient.
  • Prepared public safety measures that included setting up protective barriers and traffic control devices for job sites.
  • Oversee job site as we performed restoration work for flood damaged properties, mold mitigation and/or remediation.
  • Worked mostly under my own supervision, frequently engaged with the customers on each job site.
  • Supervised and coordinated activities of field crew on job sites to ensure safety and time management.
  • Dispatched job site set-up, including street closure, operational safety and final clean up.
  • Observed work quality and efficiency and also drove the work truck to job sites.

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15. Maintenance Procedures

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Here's how Maintenance Procedures is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Conducted routine preventative/scheduled maintenance procedures.
  • Evaluated subordinates annually on all maintenance procedures in accordance with Air Force Evaluated Performance Reports.
  • Supervised back shops and repair facilities to determine optimal maintenance procedures were followed.
  • Trained newly arriving Airman with safety standards along with proper maintenance procedures.
  • Document all maintenance procedures ensuring proper production and quality control.
  • Supervised the scheduled operation of high-acuity maintenance procedures of aircraft.
  • Recommended improvements for equipment performance and maintenance procedures.
  • Trained several foreign students in maintenance procedures.
  • Coordinate maintenance procedures to meet operational commitments.
  • Performed unscheduled maintenance procedures as necessary.
  • Instructed students on daily, turnaround and periodic maintenance procedures in the roles of a plane captain and crew chief.
  • Provided blocks of instruction on the operation of aircraft subsystems, inspection criteria, maintenance procedures, and unit policies.
  • Interpreted and advised on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft and related equipment on unmanned aerial vehicles.
  • Manage and oversee the maintenance procedures to conduct proper testing of the Army's base defense weapon systems.
  • Use technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft and SE.
  • Supervised and advised on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft valued at $18M.
  • Educated 25 personnel on new maintenance procedures with resulted in one of the highest Q.A.
  • Performed proper maintenance procedures in accordance with naval aircraft publications, and FAA flight regulations.
  • Instructed and managed loading crew in all maintenance procedures using checklist and technical orders.
  • Enforced subordinate compliance with written directives, safety practices, and proper maintenance procedures.

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16. Troubleshot

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Here's how Troubleshot is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Analyzed and troubleshot mechanical/electrical deficiencies.
  • Diagnosed and troubleshot malfunctions in aircraft subsystems and provided technical guidance to subordinate personnel.
  • Removed/Replaced, Operationally Checked, and Troubleshot aircraft components and engine system.
  • Performed electrical diagnostics over systems critical components and troubleshot any issues.
  • Analyzed and troubleshot systems and repaired reported discrepancies.
  • Troubleshot/Repaired satellite communications systems, data link capabilities, RF network lines, collision avoidance systems, and implements software upgrades.
  • Diagnosed, troubleshot, and identified malfunctions / discrepancies of aircraft systems & components through use of technical order publications.
  • Inspected, troubleshot, repaired, and serviced aircraft, systems, and related equipment with impeccable attention to detail.
  • Worked several aircraft systems and troubleshot these systems to cut down on cost and time of replacement.
  • Inspected, troubleshot, removed, and replaced aircraft electrical, hydraulic, and engines components.
  • Prepped, maintained, troubleshot, and repaired Sports 2000 and Formula Ford race cars.
  • Inspected, troubleshot, removed, and installed complete engine assemblies and pneumatic components.
  • Installed and troubleshot telephone lines, LAN line systems, alarms, and circuits.
  • Removed, installed, adjusted and troubleshot aircraft, hydraulic and engine system components.
  • Installed, inspected, maintained, troubleshot, repaired and performed operational checkout.
  • Operated, maintained and troubleshot SINCGAR radios to include AN/CYZ-10 COMSEC device.
  • Maintained and troubleshot all weapons systems on F4 and F16 US Aircraft
  • Analyzed, troubleshot, repaired aircraft systems and subsystems.
  • Maintained, troubleshot and repaired aircraft power plant/APU.
  • Diagnosed and troubleshot all systems on aircraft.

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17. Flight Control Systems

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Here's how Flight Control Systems is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Diagnosed and solved maintenance issues on hydraulic, electrical, engine, engine starting, and flight control systems.
  • Repair and replacement of hydraulic components, flight control systems, deice systems and landing gear systems.
  • Performed operational checkouts on hydraulic, pneumatic, fuel and flight control systems.
  • Assured all mechanical avionic hydraulic and flight control systems were prepared for flight.
  • Performed engine, hydraulic, pneumatic, and flight control systems maintenance.
  • Adjusted, aligned, and rigged aircraft flight control systems.
  • Rigged cargo door, landing gear and flight control systems.
  • Maintained the flight control systems of the aircraft.
  • Maintained hydraulic, fuel and flight control systems.

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18. Technical Orders

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Here's how Technical Orders is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Researched, requisitioned and procured parts at austere locations while providing en-route support using applicable technical orders and directives.
  • Performed both scheduled and unscheduled aircraft armament systems maintenance to include time compliance technical orders.
  • Performed time-compliant technical orders and one-time inspections on aircraft armament and release systems.
  • Executed stringent airworthiness inspection over entire aircraft using applicable technical orders and directives.
  • Resolved aircraft malfunctions, serviced and performed inspections /time compliance technical orders.
  • Performed aircraft launch and recovery procedures in accordance with aircraft technical orders.
  • Accomplished field level time compliance technical orders and extensive maintenance inspections.
  • Performed preventive maintenance, time compliance technical orders and emergency repairs.
  • Executed aircraft modifications and Time Compliance Technical Orders.
  • Comply with all safety/technical orders.
  • Managed assigned aircraft protective covers and plates; ensured time compliance and one-time inspection completions in accordance with technical orders.
  • Coordinated with aircraft specialists and utilized blueprints, wiring diagrams and technical orders to isolate faults and diagnose issues.
  • Followed technical orders and directives and read blueprints, schematics and diagrams to conduct repairs or perform maintenance.
  • Assisted in developing mission essential task/supply lists and writing technical orders for safe, efficient task completion.
  • Oversee and inspect work of aircraft mechanics to ensure completion of maintenance in accordance with technical orders.
  • Cleaned the inside of aircraft, and washed the outside of aircraft per Air Force Technical Orders.
  • Maintained technical order library consisting of 65 technical orders; zero defects noted from 15 QA inspections.
  • Read technical orders and repaired accordingly, and assigned specialty shops to attend to more specific/severe issues.
  • Performed aircraft maintenance functions by utilizing Air Force instructions, regulations, technical orders and applicable data.
  • Performed general aircraft maintenance duties in accordance with technical orders outlined by United States Air Force guidelines.

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19. Airmen

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Here's how Airmen is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Team Leadership: Provided direct supervision and management of up to four airmen simultaneously, thereby ensuring productivity and safety.
  • Directed over 200 airmen during technical training, ensuring adherence to military standards and protocols and timely personnel deployment.
  • Utilized verbal and visual demonstrations of flight procedures to ensure airmen competency.
  • Communicated with leaders, airmen, and other professionals effectively.
  • Certified numerous Airmen on Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus course.
  • Instructed new airmen on the fundamentals of basic aircraft maintenance and trained them on several OJT tasks for their 5-level certification.
  • Trained, instructed, and evaluated over 200 airmen in weapons loading, explosive safety and arm and release reliability procedures.
  • Worked with other Airmen unsupervised, sometimes supervised; and completed the necessary task(s) for that day.
  • Maintained general maintenance and repairs for all parts of the aircraft while supervising 10 to 20 lower ranking airmen.
  • Supervised and evaluated 12 airmen in job awareness and task execution ensuring no errors were made in the process.
  • Learn, execute, and train new airmen in the technically challenging tasks of prepping and launching fighter jets.
  • Supervised wash crew when aircraft was due for wash. -Supervised five airmen and wrote their enlisted performance reports.
  • Supervised & Trained Airmen on procedures to follow for: Support, Security, Documentation, and Training.
  • Trained Airmen assigned under me to be capable of, qualified, and excellent at the assigned tasks.
  • Selected as lead Flying Crew Chief responsible for training and documentation on all assigned specially trained Airmen.
  • Trained newer airmen to ensure thorough understanding of tasks and responsibilities IAW AFI and local guidance.
  • Supervised, taught other Airmen, not only our job but also to lead by example.
  • Organized build of 53 training shapes while training 4 airmen and guaranteeing success of STRATCOM mission.
  • Lead a maintenance crew of 17 airmen to performed unscheduled aircraft maintenance on all aircraft assigned.
  • Served as the head mechanic, and provided supervision over two airmen and one aircraft.

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20. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Received medals for outstanding performance and recommendations for promotion at all duty stations.
  • Awarded Commendation Medal for excellence in job performance as Flight Mobility Manager.
  • Awarded Achievement Medals and Army Accommodation Medals for meritorious service.
  • Received numerous medals including National Defense Medal.
  • Received an Achievement Medal for outstanding performance.
  • Awarded the Achievement Medal, Commendation Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal and National Defense service Medal.
  • Received medals including: Outstanding Unit Award, Organizational Excellence Award, Achievement Award, and the AF Good Conduct Medal.
  • Received numerous awards and recognition to include the Air Medal, Army Commendation medals, and Army Achievement Medals among others.
  • Received 2 good conduct medals, and the Army Achievement Medal while serving as crew chief on my piece of equipment.
  • Mobilized 350+ support items for 7 1/2 month AF deployment, presented with Achievement Medal for flawless execution of duties.
  • Received the NATO Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Outstanding Unit and Meritorious Unit Awards for service in Afghanistan.
  • Awarded Air Force Achievement Medal for meritorious service for re-sealing a damaged landing strut during the Hurricane Sandy Relief efforts.
  • Received four out of four medals upon graduation: Honor Graduate, Marksman, Basic Training, and National Defense.
  • Awarded an Air Medal during Operation Iraqi Freedom, by the Coalition Forces Land Component Commander, Lieutenant General McKiernan.
  • Received: Promotion to Staff Sergeant, Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal, and Armed Forces Reserve Medal.
  • Awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal for outstanding leadership and technical expertise contributing to the high mission effectiveness rates.
  • Received the 2003 Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, National Defense Service Medal and a Global War on Terrorism Medal
  • Awarded National Defense Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, and Good Conduct Medal.
  • Served 12 months in Baghdad, Iraq; effectively handled medical emergencies; earning the army commendation medal.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for outstanding dedication and duty performance as a crew chief both in Ft.

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21. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Monitored repairs, documented status, and performed acceptance test procedures on multiple million dollar aircraft.
  • Performed administrative tasks and system task including adding devices and users Implemented test procedures and installed workstations for operational system use
  • Confer with engineering personnel regarding details and implications of test procedures and results.
  • Coordinate flight activities with ground crews and air traffic control and inform crew members of flight and test procedures.
  • inform crew members of flight and test procedures.
  • Assured repair and test procedures are followed acording to tech data and schematics.

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22. Maintenance Problems

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Here's how Maintenance Problems is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Used conventional aircraft or automated data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft with little supervision.
  • Used layout drawings, schematics, and pictorial diagrams to solve maintenance problems.
  • Diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems.
  • Use technical orders to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on airframe and engine related systems.
  • Communicated with dispatchers concerning delays, unsafe sites, accidents, equipment breakdowns, and other maintenance problems.

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23. Technical Manuals

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Here's how Technical Manuals is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Supervised and mentored subordinate mechanic in learning maintenance procedures and techniques in accordance with applicable technical manuals.
  • Replaced defective connectors/wires to completed harness assemblies using prescribed technical manuals.
  • Referenced technical manuals to investigate solutions to weapons load concerns.
  • Improved technical manuals and minimized logistic shortfalls.
  • Identified discrepancies in accordance with technical manuals.
  • Used technical manuals, schematic diagrams, fault isolation manuals, engineering diagrams and software with diagrams and system operation guides.
  • Inspected completed maintenance (Collateral Duty Inspector); ensured all technical manuals are followed and safety practices adhered to.
  • Inspected completed maintenance for accuracy in accordance with the appropriate Technical Manuals, saving the Army over $1.5 million.
  • Review technical manuals for currant updates/changes, especially in the area of safety warnings, cautions, and notes.
  • Assisted in all aspects of firefighting, prevention techniques and procedures in accordance with technical manuals.
  • Conduct research of technical manuals, federal, state and local fire codes and regulations.
  • Directed troubleshooting and maintenance of aircraft structures, systems, and components utilizing technical manuals.
  • Maintained proficiency with aircraft records, logbooks, and technical manuals IAW Army policy.
  • Experience reading and understanding Technical Manuals, Technical Bulletins, and Air Worthiness Releases.
  • Researched technical manuals to gain aircraft system knowledge while staying proficient on support equipment.
  • Complied with mandated technical manuals to ensure safety of people and assets.
  • Utilized wiring diagrams and technical manuals to perform repairs and maintenance.
  • Utilized and maintained Air Force technical manuals and AFTO forms.
  • Practiced in reading and following technical manuals and schematics.
  • Worked with both paper and electronic technical manuals.

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24. Maintenance Forms

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Here's how Maintenance Forms is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Reviewed maintenance forms ensuring aircraft records are current, and performed inventory management related to aircraft equipment.
  • Performed as tow supervisor, intake/exhaust inspector, in addition to validating aircraft maintenance forms documentation.
  • Monitored and assisted specialist ensuring the accuracy and completeness of standardized aircraft maintenance forms.
  • Assisted in ensuring accuracy and completeness of aircraft maintenance forms.
  • Maintained maintenance forms and performed document reviews.
  • Record full documentation on maintenance forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems, and historical reports.
  • Processed in-depth knowledge of applicable technical manuals, schematics, maintenance forms and continuous inspection procedures.
  • Maintained/reviewed maintenance forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems, and reports.
  • Reviewed all maintenance forms, records and automated data systems to ensure accuracy.
  • Managed all maintenance forms and documentation presented to pilot for review before takeoff.
  • Review and maintains maintenance forms, aircraft records, to ensure complete documentation.
  • Review maintenance forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems.
  • Completed maintenance forms and records used for aircraft historical data files.
  • Prepare applicable maintenance forms and records in order to document work.
  • Prepared maintenance forms and records related to the UH-60 helicopter.
  • Document and complete both maintenance forms and aircraft records.
  • Completed and ensured maintenance forms and records were correct.
  • Updated aircraft logbooks, maintenance forms and records.
  • Maintained aircraft maintenance forms and status both in
  • Document aircraft and maintenance forms.

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25. Special Inspections

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Here's how Special Inspections is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Verified aircraft status during periodic and special inspections, completing scheduled, unscheduled, and deferred discrepancy maintenance.
  • Performed scheduled inspections and special inspections; assisted in troubleshooting and diagnosing malfunctions of aircraft subsystems.
  • Supervised and performed routine and special inspections and interpreted inspection findings to determine corrective actions.
  • Validated aircraft status during periodic/ special inspections; executes scheduled/ unscheduled/ deferred discrepancy maintenance.
  • Conducted routine and special inspections in accordance with quality control guidelines and maintenance manuals.
  • Prepared the aircraft for inspections and performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and special inspections.
  • Managed six subordinates performing special inspections/unscheduled maintenance on General Electric F110-100 turbofan engines.
  • Conduct routine and special inspections following government regulations.
  • Perform Phase/Unscheduled Maintenance, Special Inspections, and complied with numerous Aviation, Safety, Action, Message's: A.S.A.M.
  • Performed aircraft inspections and maintenance checks as well as scheduled inspections and assisted in performing special inspections.
  • Performed Daily, Scheduled, and Special inspections as outlined by the Technical Manuals and ULLS-A.
  • Performed periodic/special inspections on munitions handling trailer and equipment valued at $1.2 Million.
  • Conducted routine and special inspections as required by safety and performance standards.
  • Performed all regular and special inspections on aircraft for safety of flight.
  • Performed aircraft inspections such as Pre-Flights, Thru-Flights and Special inspections.
  • Supervised personnel performing shipping, periodic, and special inspections.
  • Conduct routine and special inspections to ensure pilot safety.
  • Accomplished pre and post flight, hourly and special inspections, unscheduled and scheduled maintenance.
  • Supervised/directed/trained/managed military and civilian personnel in performance of special inspections, prefights, post flights, thru-flights and periodic phases.
  • Perform and supervised special inspections to include aircraft basic post-flight/ preflight/thru-flight/walk-around on over 30 aircraft.

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26. F-15

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Here's how F-15 is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Initiated maintenance improvements, increasing F-15E availability for 494th AMU combat training missions, increased scheduling efficiency.
  • Directed operational, electrical and mechanical check-out procedures on F-15C/D aircraft weapons systems.
  • Perform scheduled/unscheduled armament maintenance actions on 56 F-15E aircraft.
  • Helped Generate 48 FMC (Fully Mission Capable) F-15's for real world war preparations against North Korea in 2009.
  • Recovered F-15 aircraft that departed the runway, rapidly removed in 2 hours to reopen runway allowing 21 aircraft to land.
  • Managed the second shift maintenance effort on 84 assigned F-15 aircraft, and 55 percent of the squadrons assigned maintenance personnel.
  • Provided mission capable aircraft in support of Operation Enduring Freedom as an assistant dedicated crew chief for the F-15E Strike Eagle.
  • Shift supervisor responsible for overall upkeep of mission readiness, corrosion control, and overall appearance of assigned F-15C/D aircraft.
  • Managed, oversaw and directed maintenance and maintained aircraft forms on assigned combat ready F-15E aircraft valued at $39M.
  • Managed 40 employees during more than 2000 maintenance actions on 23 F-15's resulting in 1614 training sorties in 2011.
  • Tracked and reported aircraft maintenance/supply status, repaired priorities and location on 22 F-16s, 20 F-15C/D and 29 F-15Es.
  • Planned, directed and performed all phases of repair and maintenance on F-15, F-4, and OV -10 aircraft.
  • Provided expertise on troubleshooting, repairs, removal, installation, and operational checks of F-15E aircraft systems and components.
  • Acquired secret clearance, in order to perform all maintenance and repairs on an assigned F-15 Strike Eagle fighter aircraft.
  • Selected, aligned and secured holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories and materials on F-15 aircraft.
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance which included everything from ordering to the installation of parts on F-15's.
  • Facilitate the maintenance, inspections, and servicing of A-10/F-15 aircraft, including jacking, mooring and towing.
  • Led 14-member training staff, established standardized policies and procedures for all Wing F-15/F-22 explosive handling operations.
  • Provided On-the-Job Training and supervision to 7-level Saudi national aircraft maintenance personnel specializing in the F-15S aircraft.
  • Expedited repairs on 19 F-15E aircraft, managed shift employees and resources to meet daily production commitments.

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27. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Shipped/received munitions items from military supply depot and private contractors by cargo van using common hand tools and lift trucks/forklifts.
  • Performed: Hourly, Monthly, Calendar and Yearly Inspections using Hand Tools, Power Tools and Special Test Equipment.
  • Used hand tools, power saws, power drills, and chainsaw to cut and prepare wood for shipments.
  • Dig ground using a pick, shovel and other hand tools to search for and locate survey monuments.
  • Developed skills with common hand tools, precision measurement devices, and special tools involved in aircraft maintenance.
  • Use depth perception, and operate power and hand tools by reaching, twisting, lifting and gripping.
  • Operated all hand tools along with other heavy machinery such as the backhoe, bulldozer and bobcat.
  • Maintained an accurate inventory of 300 power tools, test equipment, and over 1000 hand tools.
  • Used power tools, hand tools, and operating equipment with government issued PPE at all times.
  • Skilled in the sound use of hand tools and test equipment in accordance with technical orders.
  • Lead new personnel and trained on basic functions Skills Used Attention to detail Hand tools Computer skills
  • Experience in replacing/repairing worn or damaged components using hand tools, gauges and major testing equipment.
  • Trained in machinery such as chainsaw, pole saw, sod cutter and various hand tools.
  • Modified and machined custom parts and brackets using mills, lathes and various hand tools.
  • Used hand tools and specialty equipment to mount, install, and secure aircraft components.
  • Use of hydraulic, pneumatic, and hand tools common to oil well service industry.
  • Performed tasks using common hand tools as well as specialized tools and test equipment.
  • Install instrument panels, using hand tools, power tools, and soldering irons.
  • Skilled in the use of basic hand tools in conjunction with standard maintenance tasks.
  • Used common hand tools as well as specialized tools for more specific repairs.

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28. Food Preparation

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Here's how Food Preparation is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Maintained sanitary condition regarding cleanliness and food preparation in accordance with organizational and OSHA guidelines.
  • Provided daily food preparation and maintenance.
  • Performed food preparation for customers.
  • Provided direction for menu formulation, food preparation, service, purchasing, sanitation standards, safety practices and personnel utilization.
  • Prompt and accurate delivery of menu items ordered by customers, cash register operations, food preparation, and cleaning tasks.
  • Served all ages and backgrounds of customers, handled food preparation, and maintained accurate money drops at end of shift.
  • Run main floor, cashier, maintenance, stock, customer service, grill, fry, food preparation, cleaning
  • Shift leader, trained new employees in all food preparation, and cashiering and maintenance duties at fast food franchise.
  • Maintained the highest level of food health safety and sanitation in food preparation, general kiosk and designated areas.
  • Crew chief; trained 25-30 employees on customer service, food preparation, cashier, bank deposits, inventory.
  • Maintain the highest level of safety and sanitation in the food preparation and customer service areas at all times.
  • Oversee store maintenance and work productivity, including food preparation, ensuring efficient process/procedures and store closing routine.
  • Ensured proper food preparation times and made sure that customers were satisfied with the quality of their food.
  • Train new hire employees on food preparations, how to work the register and supervise on special shifts
  • Cashier, food preparation, customer service, cleaning, stocking, and opening & closing duties.
  • Trained crew members in specified food preparation using a broad range of equipment and tools.
  • Monitor compliance with health regulations regarding food preparation, storage, and serving.
  • Train other associates to food preparations guidelines set down by McDonalds Corporate.
  • Monitored inventory, assisted staff in food preparation and cash register.
  • Maintained the highest of standards in food preparation and storage.

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29. Operational Checks

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Here's how Operational Checks is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Augmented aircraft system specialist by performing electric, environmental, jet engine and hydraulic component removal, replacement and operational checks.
  • Facilitated aircraft asset management, including requisitions, removals, and installation of parts, and performing associated functional/operational checks.
  • Maintained assigned vehicles; conducted daily operational checks, vehicle and equipment inspections/operations.
  • Conducted operational checks and repairs components and systems; performed ground engine operation.
  • Discovered hydraulic leak from brake assembly, replaced and completed operational checks.
  • Conducted system operational checks upon completion of maintenance or repair.
  • Accomplished engine run-up perform complete system operational checks.
  • Interpret blueprints and perform operational checks for verification.
  • Performed extensive maintenance operational checks and scheduled inspections.
  • Performed operational checks of repaired components.
  • Completed operational checks and inspections.
  • Assisted in conducting maintenance operational checks with maintenance test pilots after deficiencies were corrected to bring aircraft to an airworthy condition.
  • Attended many training schools and was certified to ground run the B52 aircraft for maintenance and operational checks for repairs.
  • Removed, installed, and performed operational checks on alternate mission equipment and M61A1 20mm gun systems.
  • Identify and perform operational checks of all associated safety switches, fire and smoke suppression systems.
  • Accomplished engine run, landing gear, flight control, and other major system operational checks.
  • Serviced oil, fuel, liquid oxygen and nitrogen systems and performed systems operational checks.
  • Supervised 3 person team in aircraft preparation, loading and operational checks on military aircraft.
  • Make final operational checks rework and servicing of aircraft prior to and after each flight.
  • Performed inspections, servicing, and operational checks to ensure aircraft mission ready.

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30. Hydraulic Systems

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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Isolated faults using specialized test equipment and schematic diagrams in electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Serviced shock struts, hydraulic reservoirs, accumulators and operated hydraulic systems.
  • Specialized in aviation mechanical, electrical, hydraulic systems and weapons systems.
  • Worked on/troubleshot complex electrical, avionics, and hydraulic systems
  • Service hydraulic systems and accumulators.
  • Examined and inspected aircraft components, including landing gear and hydraulic systems to locate cracks, leaks, or other problems.
  • Launch, recover, tow, and wash aircraft; service fuel, liquid oxygen, and hydraulic systems.
  • Monitored in-flight operations of power plant, electronic, and hydraulic systems aboard MV-22, A and B models.
  • Managed servicing of fuel, engine oil, auxiliary power unit oil, and hydraulic systems.
  • Performed all major maintenance on hydraulic systems, fuel system, landing gear and life support.
  • Inspected and serviced aircraft structures, hydraulic systems, flight crew systems, and related components.
  • Examined and inspect aircraft components, such as landing gear, fuel, and hydraulic systems.
  • Serviced, inspected and performed operational checks on aircraft hydraulic systems with hydraulic test stand.
  • Repaired aircraft engines, hydraulic systems, and brakes systems Launched and recovered aircraft.
  • Perform operational checks for avionics, anti-ice, pneumatic, electrical and hydraulic systems.
  • Specialized in jet engine repair, hydraulic systems and control surfaces.
  • Service nitrogen, tires, oil and hydraulic systems.
  • Drained and flushed hydraulic systems.
  • Maintained hydraulic systems and pnumatic systems.
  • Serviced aircraft systems, replaced landing gear wheel/tire assemblies; troubleshot and repaired aircraft electro-environmental, propulsion, and hydraulic systems.

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31. Maintenance Actions

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Here's how Maintenance Actions is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Prioritized all maintenance actions performed based on aircraft availability and assigned available technicians as required to expedite prompt aircraft repairs.
  • Managed team members and aircraft maintenance actions to insure mission ready aircraft and effectiveness resulting in outstanding unit award
  • Maintained maintenance documentation in automated maintenance data system, ensuring historical report generation for accurate maintenance actions.
  • Ensured compliance with safety standards when responding to unscheduled maintenance actions on non-nuclear loaded aircraft.
  • Directed and supervised maintenance actions performed by other specialties while enforcing strict Technical Order discipline.
  • Utilized computerized aircraft maintenance tracking system to update scheduled inspections and aircraft maintenance actions.
  • Reviewed and enforced standards, ensured scheduled/unscheduled maintenance actions were identified and completed expeditiously.
  • Completed over 12,000 maintenance actions annually with zero discrepancies during 2010 Logistical Compliance inspection.
  • Prepared and maintained aircraft maintenance records and documentation maintenance, manpower and maintenance actions.
  • Respond and controlled emergency maintenance actions prior to aircraft launch and in-flight emergency conditions
  • Document and review maintenance actions and make recommendations to improve reliability of systems.
  • Documented and verified all maintenance actions accomplished in the core automated maintenance system.
  • Performed daily scheduled and unscheduled maintenance actions on 14 assigned HH-60 helicopters.
  • Ensured all maintenance actions are accomplished on assigned aircraft for rapid recovery.
  • Coordinated and directed aircraft maintenance actions performed by specialists and civilian contractors.
  • Coordinated and implemented complex maintenance actions with other flights on numerous aircraft.
  • Supervised personnel, maintenance actions, technician proficiency, and on-the-job-training.
  • Supervised maintenance actions by other specialized personnel on various aircraft systems.
  • Accompanied aircraft on off-station missions, performed required maintenance actions
  • Ensured timely completion and documentation of all maintenance actions.

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32. Phase Inspections

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Here's how Phase Inspections is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Planned maintenance activities and aircraft movement to ensure timeliness completion of Phase Inspections.
  • Performed all aspects of maintenance to include landing gear, engines, flight control work and all look-phase inspections as required.
  • Perform maintenance including phase inspections, daily inspections, forty hour inspections, corrosion inspections, and other special inspections.
  • Served as the senior quality assurance inspector overseeing the phase inspections, performed ground run-up and test flight evaluations.
  • Performed all phase inspections as part of phase dock crew on aircraft assigned to phase dock.
  • Supervised the conduct of all required aircraft Phase Inspections, utilized evaluation software to track trends.
  • Accompanied aircraft through phase inspections, home station depot level maintenance, and aircraft upgrades.
  • Discovered numerous cracks in cabin framework during phase inspections due to keen attention to detail.
  • Performed 250 hour phase inspections and 500 hour phase inspection according to the IETM.
  • Prepared and maintained inspection and maintenance records for over 15 major phase inspections.
  • Accomplished all look-phase inspections, launch and recover, towing and servicing.
  • Acted as an assistant to the inspection dock chief during phase inspections.
  • Performed all Jet Aircraft Maintenance as well as Major Phase Inspections.
  • Assisted in maintenance in all phase inspections and depot maintenance.
  • Sustained aircraft through phase inspections, high lift flap inspections.
  • Maintained Aircraft log books, and performed heavy Phase Inspections.
  • Prepared aircraft for maintenance, phase inspections and unscheduled maintenance.
  • Inspected and repaired discrepancies discovered during the phase inspections.
  • Required to perform daily, hourly and phase inspections.
  • Performed as Assistant Dock Chief during phase inspections.

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33. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Maintained sanitary environment required by OSHA standards and company policies.
  • Developed and implemented an NFPA/OSHA compliant respiratory protection program.
  • Retain mental checklist for proper procedure per customer as set forth by OSHA, state and company guidelines.
  • Followed all Corporate, General and OSHA safety procedures and produced daily documentation sheet for Crew
  • Assisted in OSHA and DHEC regulation compliance (passed all county and state-mandated inspections).
  • Certified on 30 Hours OSHA, 40 hours Asbestos Supervisor Training and Lead Safe Renovator.
  • Trained and supervised installers, regarding OSHA regulations, best practices and new techniques.
  • Trained on MSDS, OSHA standards, Hazardous wast management, lockout/tag out procedures.
  • Utilized personal protective equipment and complied with safety and health directives (OSHA).
  • Provided initial and annual training on OSHA and Department of Defense safety program standards.
  • Complied with OSHA safety, fire, security, environmental and housekeeping regulations.
  • Prepare health and safety strategies according to OSHA and develop internal policy.
  • Utilized and fully implemented all facets of AFOSH and OSHA safety law.
  • Assist airline, FAA, OSHA and other various inspectors as required.
  • Specialized training included Proper Protection Equipment, Chemical Use and OSHA trained.
  • Ensured on-the-job safety in maintaining compliance with DOT and OSHA requirements.
  • Facilitated training for new personnel to ensure compliance with OSHA regulations.
  • Provide safety direction per NFPA Standards and OSHA Regulations.
  • Performed monthly OSHA checklist on shop status and safety.
  • Attend and instruct safety-related and OSHA compliance training.

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34. C-130

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Here's how C-130 is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Maintain combat-ready status on C-130 aircraft; perform scheduled/unscheduled inspection.
  • Supervised and trained 60 aircraft maintenance technicians to the journeyman level, trained system theory and quality maintenance practices on AC-130U.
  • Assist Staff Non-Commissioned Officer In Charge (SNCOIC) in performing all duties for the KC-130J Air Crew Training work center.
  • Performed duties of Crew Chief on KC-10A and C-130E aircraft to include repair and reclamation, maintenance support functions.
  • Maintained 18 aircraft that every C-130 pilot and aircrew must train on before becoming operational members of the USAF.
  • Procured and processed all C-130H2 wheel and tire assets through Air Force supply system as supply point monitor.
  • Inspected, maintained, and repaired C-130s (cargo & troop transport) at base and in air.
  • Maintained a fleet of MC-130(H) Combat Talon II aircraft valued over 1.4 Billion Dollars.
  • Assist in the maintaining of C-130H aircraft by performing Pre-Flight, Thru-Flight and Basic Post Flight inspections.
  • CREW CHIEF: Inspected, repaired, maintained, and troubleshot all systems on the C-130 aircraft.
  • Removed leading edge of C-130 due to a bird strike that occurred during a spray sortie.
  • Assist and advise KC-130 Aircraft Commander during all phases of flight, ensuring safe mission accomplishment.
  • Performed troubleshooting tasks On electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems of the C-130 aircraft.
  • Performed minor and major repair of KC-130 aircraft fuel, engine, and propeller systems.
  • Inspected, repaired, and serviced mechanical and hydraulic systems of the C-130 aircraft.
  • Key responsibilities were to fix and maintain a fleet of 25 C-130 E/H aircraft.
  • Serviced and maintained C-130B aircraft using hand tools and powered and non-powered ground equipment.
  • Certified and authorized to sign off Red X discrepancies found on the C-130.
  • Have experience and can successfully marshal, launch and recover a C-130 aircraft.
  • Key role in launches and recoveries of 14 C-130J aircraft and equipment.

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35. Customer Complaints

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Here's how Customer Complaints is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Utilized interpersonal skills in resolving customer complaints and promoting customer satisfaction with the corporation.
  • Handled customer complaints and promptly corrected any errors to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Monitored and corrected escalating customer complaints to guarantee customer satisfaction.
  • Catered to customer complaints and ensured customer satisfaction.
  • Assist customers and handle customer complaints appropriately.
  • Welcomed and greeted customers, responded to inquiries, and provided quick solutions to customer complaints and other concerns.
  • Completed all phases of claims, resolved customer complaints and ensured industry protocols were followed.
  • Handled all customer complaints as well as compliments and dealt with all issue's promptly
  • Resolved customer complaints, ensuring customers were satisfied with their dining experience.
  • Managed a crew of five, addressed customer complaints.
  • Analyze customer complaints & feedback to improve our establishment.
  • Resolved customer complaints to create the best possible experience.
  • Worked with customer and tried to resolve customer complaints.
  • Answered phones to record customer complaints and comments.
  • Resolved customer complaints in store and via telephone.
  • Assisted managers with customer complaints and problems.
  • Resolved customer complaints and employee issues.
  • Investigate customer complaints and deficiency reports, and providing identification of causes to appropriate activities.
  • Solved customer complaints Follows sanitation procedure
  • Shift management; settling customer complaints, employee production and coaching, in charge of labor and food cost throughout shift assigned

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36. Corrective Action

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Here's how Corrective Action is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed scheduled maintenance and document reviews ensuring accurate and accountable corrective action is taken on all delayed discrepancies.
  • Review maintenance data collection summaries to determine trends, production effectiveness, and areas requiring corrective action.
  • Identified a potentially dangerous hazard and directed a workable corrective action, without injury or incident.
  • Identified and researched the causes of inventory discrepancies in order to provide resolution and corrective actions
  • Ensured quality workmanship by communicating known defects, establishing containment, and developing corrective actions.
  • Conducted accident investigations and prepared accident report which included corrective actions to prevent future occurrences.
  • Documented all incidents/accidents, safety violations, unsafe conditions and recommend necessary corrective actions.
  • Ensured accurate and complete aircraft forms and records documentation and timely corrective action.
  • Recommend corrective actions and resolves problems using technical publications and analytic techniques.
  • Coordinated Air Force tactical exercises; diagnosing malfunctions and recommending corrective actions.
  • Monitored/assessed performance of others to make improvements or take corrective action.
  • Supervised and determined repair adequacy of over 586 corrective actions.
  • Reviewed defective service to determine adequacy of corrective actions.
  • Diagnosed complex hydraulic technical malfunctions and took corrective actions.
  • Anticipate and identify problems and initiate appropriate corrective action.
  • Investigated troubled areas and provided recommendations for corrective action.
  • Reviewed management reports and implemented necessary corrective actions.
  • Managed delayed discrepancies to ensure timely corrective action.
  • Determine quality of completed corrective actions.
  • Evaluated deficiencies and recommended corrective actions to ensure compliance with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) codes.

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37. Usaf

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Here's how Usaf is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Supervised a team of five individuals providing clear instructions of their job requirement always in accordance with all USAF security standards.
  • Received citation from Inspector General USAFE Command for performing superior maintenance and displaying outstanding military conduct for the Year 1987.
  • Receive, store, handle, and transport ordnance in accordance with USAF and Ministry of Defense safety directives.
  • Achieved rank of E-4 (senior airman) * Graduated with honors from USAF Enlisted Leadership School in 1987.
  • Trained, mentored, and briefed maintenance personnel in practice with safety, maintenance, USAF rules and regulations.
  • Led marginal life support shops to best seen to date and excellent ratings in 2011 during formal USAF inspections.
  • Preformed aircraft inspection multiple times a day even including up to several aircraft all within accordance of USAF policy.
  • Removed Stab mechanism from base static aircraft and returned to depot for overhaul, alleviating critical USAF shortage.
  • Performed general maintenance on USAF cargo aircraft including refueling, tire replacement, inspections, etc.
  • Provided hangar tours, interacted with the public and served as an ambassador for the USAF.
  • Awarded Excellent Airman Achievement for saving the USAF over 2 millions dollars in inventory lost.
  • Performed all mechanical maintenance procedures for USAF MQ-1 Predator Drones while satisfying the quality requirements.
  • Loaded and unloaded millions of pounds of cargo onto USAF and USAF-contracted cargo aircraft.
  • Performed C-17 aircraft TCTO'S and modifications to manufacture's and USAF specifications.
  • Analyzed real-time network data to assess the security posture of USAF computer networks.
  • Insured cleanliness and proper working conditions on all systems for USAF pilots.
  • Maintained inspection, maintenance and inventory records while adhering to USAF instructions.
  • Received an honorable discharge with war veteran status from the USAF.
  • Attended advanced systems courses by both Boeing and the USAF.
  • Certified work produced under the USAF Technical Order Program.

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38. Flight Hours

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Here's how Flight Hours is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Managed and monitored maintenance production while also troubleshooting and performing operational checks of aircraft systems Pilot 8,542 Total Flight Hours
  • Maintain and track aircraft log books containing total flight hours, component hours, and all maintenance performed on aircraft.
  • Lead ground level coordination of 14 aircraft sorties that totaled 30 flight hours validating MASOC and Strait of Hormuz tactics.
  • Awarded the Sikorsky Maintenance Award in 2011, Safety Award in 2012 and 2014 for 500+ incident free flight hours.
  • Performed 447 aircraft servicing and inspection operations, launched 274 aircraft, and enabled 1,400 flight hours for aircrew.
  • Performed Crew Chief duties to include PAX and cargo manifests and management for a total of 580 flight hours
  • Completed more than 4000 flight hours as a Naval Aircrew man in the C-2A and C-12 aircraft.
  • Assisted pilots during 500 flight hours with tasks such as navigation, communication, and terrain avoidance.
  • Reviewed written logbooks and updated computer system for flight hours, maintenance tasks, and inspections.
  • Have over 1,380 mission hours on the Sensor, and over 1,675 total career flight hours.
  • Supervised maintenance crews, contributed in high-risk team operations, and logged over 500 flight hours.
  • Utilized expert personnel management and resource procurement resulting in the company amassing over 2500 flight hours.
  • Performed in 210 Airshows, supported 5,621 sorties and 6,000 flight hours in four years.
  • Assisted with the execution of aircraft flying over 8,200 flight hours and 3,300 sorties annually.
  • Perform routine scheduled maintenance on aircraft according to flight hours set forth in technical manual.
  • Completed 179.4 flight hours overseas while distributing a diverse group of high ranking U.S.
  • Contributed to more than 100 flight hours and more than 1000 water drops.
  • General mechanic on UH-60 helicopter, fight crew chief, over 600 flight hours
  • Assisted in a department wide record of over 10,000 accident free flight hours.
  • Maintained TMRS database for designated missiles, components and updated flight hours.

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39. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Maintained base hazardous materials program and worked closely with base manager to ensure smooth operations during daily base operations.
  • Leveraged extensive experience in ensuring successful evacuation and cleanup operations in incidents involving spillage of hazardous materials.
  • Gained knowledge of hazardous materials emergency response procedures, equipment, identification and mitigation actions.
  • Certified as a Hazardous Materials Technician and responds to hazardous materials incidents.
  • Respond to automobile extractions, medical emergencies and hazardous materials incidents.
  • Handled and disposed of hazardous materials in accordance with environmental guidelines.
  • Hold certification up to and including Hazardous Materials Incident Commander level.
  • Responded to aircraft/structural/vehicle fires, hazardous materials and confined space incidents.
  • Certified in forklift operation and Hazardous Materials acceptance.
  • Participated in resetting aircraft arresting systems (BAK-12), and responds to medical, hazardous materials, and rescue emergencies.
  • Instructed 32 Explosive Driver's/Hazardous Materials Safety Courses to 149 Marines and civilians in accordance with Department of Defense and Federal Regulations.
  • Operated first run Pumper, maintained aerospace crash and rescue vehicles, and responded to hazardous materials incidents.
  • Repaired and completed troubleshooting for all systems on F16 fighter jets, maintained documentation; controlled hazardous materials.
  • Responded to aircraft, structural, hazardous materials, medical, rescue emergencies and motor vehicle accidents.
  • Key Responsibilities: * Responded to aircraft, structural, munitions, hazardous materials and medical emergencies.
  • Maintained hazardous materials: jet fuel, hydraulic fluid, and oil for F-15 aircraft.
  • Handled, labeled, and disposed of hazardous materials and waste according to environmental standards.
  • Led a crew of firefighters in performing life saving, hazardous materials and firefighting operations.
  • Lead member for all airfield, structural, hazardous materials/WMD, and EMS responses.
  • Maintain up to date training for handling hazardous materials and required protective equipment.

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40. Complete Documentation

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Here's how Complete Documentation is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Ensured complete documentation of all actions into the Integrated Maintenance Information System.

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41. Proper Installation

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Here's how Proper Installation is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Ensured proper installation on new unlocks codes, encoding keys, vault identification number/time delay, guaranteed 100% system reliability.
  • Repaired and replaced aircraft landing gear systems; ensuring safe and proper installation procedures and conducted all ground operational checks.
  • Repaired applicable components and modified components such as tubing, sheet metal, and plastic panels for proper installation.
  • Trimmed and fit system lines, valves, ducts to ensure proper installation and proper fit after modification.
  • Inspect aircraft structures, systems, and components for clearances, tolerances, proper installation, and operation.
  • Ensured quality assurance of work, proper installation of safety wire and precise use of measurement instruments.
  • Inspected major system components and parts for defects, serviceability, and proper installation.
  • Inspect and check components for clearances, tolerances, proper installation, and operation.
  • Supervised crew of 2-5 workers to insure safety and proper installations according to plans.
  • Surveyed upcoming jobs and communicated areas of concern to sales to guarantee proper installation.
  • Performed and documented pre-flight and post-flight inspections on assigned aircraft; checkedcomponents for clearances, tolerances, proper installation and operation.

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42. FAA

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Here's how FAA is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Ensured adherence to FAA regulations and maintenance requirements.
  • Certified Supervisor of Deicing Operations, responsible for all FAA, AA and DFW compliance issues or concerns during deicing operations.
  • Provided leadership and removed constraints to enable the team to work efficiently and in accordance with FAA regulations and company procedures.
  • Perform system operational test, recorded and checked all paper work before sign off the work order per FAA Airworthiness Regulations.
  • Trained as a Crew Chief and supervised personnel gate assignments and proper loading procedures per FAA weight and balance guidelines.
  • Ensured safe flights by adhering to FAA safety regulations, focusing on preemptive actions and clear, goal-driven communication.
  • Worked with Northrop Grumman maintenance, Howell and Pratt/Whitney contractors on FAA service bulletins and required technical system improvements.
  • Performed all aspect of aircraft maintenance in accordance to FAA regulation FAR Part 43, and UAV service manuals.
  • Ensured that all aircraft operational matters were within manufacturers, FAA and company limits and fuel loading requirements.
  • Managed aircraft, vehicle, and equipment maintenance schedules, supervised ground crews, managed FAA compliance records.
  • Worked with AA management, the FAA, and Quality Assurance personnel on local audits and environmental issues.
  • Monitor aircraft records and log books to ensure maintenance schedule is on-track according to FAA and military standards.
  • Assisted in FAA certification testing for pulse oxygen system now in use on Boeing 787 aircraft.
  • Provide training to employees and ensure FAA regulatory procedures are followed for quality assurance and safety.
  • Coordinate crew of A&P licensed mechanics to repair commercial aircraft per FAA airworthiness directives.
  • Make entries to FAA required records, logbook and other means of historical tracking data.
  • Ensured accurate, detailed repairs and maintenance per US Air Force and FAA regulations.
  • Performed mechanical duties according to the FAA, aircraft manufacturers, and company regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with FAA regulations and manufacturer's procedures for return to service.
  • Learned the importance of safety guidelines and FAA regulations for hot air ballooning.

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43. Daily Operations

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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Trained newly assigned personnel on how to perform daily operations including loading, unloading, scheduled maintenance and unscheduled maintenance procedures.
  • Managed 12 team members in daily operations, including evaluation and discipline to facilitate professional growth.
  • Major Functions: Supervised geographically dispersed team of aircraft maintenance personnel in daily operations.
  • Assured safety, compliance, dependability, and reliability in daily operations.
  • Managed daily operations of $57 million dollar telemetry analysis complex.
  • Maintain industry leading safety standards for personnel and equipment daily operations.
  • Executed daily operations of providing quality food and customer service.
  • Assisted maintenance chief with daily operations in deployed environment.
  • Supervised Cad Techs/survey crews for daily operations.
  • Planned and directed daily operations.
  • Trained, supervised, evaluated and licensed a company of 61 personnel in maintenance, daily operations and safety of vehicles.
  • Oversee the daily operations of siding installation, window and door installs, painting, and various remodels.
  • Crew chief: Oversaw daily operations to instruct employees to do daily tasks such as answering the phone.
  • Executed daily operations of assigning parts to boats, recording data of employee's productivity and supervising employees.
  • Resolved emergencies during launch, early orbit, daily operations, and end of life testing.
  • Supervised and trained airmen, in daily operations, programs, safety and maintaining high standards.
  • Performed daily operations of mortgage, boundary, site plan surveys as well as F.E.M.A.
  • Work with up to seven team members to run the restaurant's daily operations.
  • Run and supervise waiters and waitress, Maintain restaurant function and duties for daily operations
  • Run the daily operations of the survey crew out in the field.

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44. Inspection Findings

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Here's how Inspection Findings is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Supervised and performed aircraft and component inspections and then interpreted inspection findings and determined adequacy of corrective actions.
  • Interpreted inspection findings and recommended implementation actions to correct deficiencies.
  • Interpreted inspection findings and determined adequate corrective actions.
  • Reviewed inspection findings and ensured appropriate corrective actions.
  • Interpret inspection findings to determine corrective action.
  • Interpret inspection findings and advises on maintenance procedures to repair aircraft and related equipment.
  • Overhauled entire FCC program; identified/fixed 15 previous Major Inspection findings and fixed them.
  • Review inspection findings and create a materials and parts requisition for all required items.
  • Interpreted inspection findings and determined best course of action for corrections.
  • Interpreted inspection findings that determinedadequacy of corrective actions.

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45. Functional Checks

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Here's how Functional Checks is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed and supervised weapon system functional checks as required for munitions loading and scheduled inspections.
  • Performed maintenance operational checks and functional checks to verify system serviceability.
  • Installed serviceable equipment and performed follow on maintenance operational/functional checks.
  • Performed armament system functional checks and inspection requirements.
  • Performed inspections, functional checks, troubleshooting, maintenance, and servicing on 12 MQ-1B aircraft valued at $48.3 million.
  • Have knowledge in performing functional checks on hydraulic, induction, exhaust, pressurization, electrical, and lubrication systems.
  • Performed functional checks of aircraft release, launch and suspension systems as required for aircraft loading and downloading munitions.
  • Conduct functional checks for Trouble Shooting, Maintenance performed, component replacements, and Rigging of aircraft systems.
  • Performed scheduled inspections, functional checks, and preventive maintenance on A-10 aircraft and aircraft installed equipment.
  • Conducted aircraft tests by visually checking equipment and parts, performing aircraft systems operational and functional checks.
  • Developed proficiency in the removal and installation of all flight controls, including rigging and functional checks.
  • Conducted functional checks of various aircraft systems such as electrical lighting, hydraulic and gear retraction tests.
  • Completed scheduled inspections, functional checks, and maintenance on tactical aircraft and aircraft installed equipment.
  • Performed aircraft armament systems functional checks and on-equipment Dash-6 inspection requirements on in-use AME and NIE.
  • Change suspected bad components, replace circuit cards and perform functional checks using various test equipment.
  • Configured, inspected, maintained and completed functional checks unique to standard weapons systems.
  • Removed, installed, and conducted functional checks of repaired systems and components.
  • Perform functional checks or operational checks of repaired or replaced assemblies.
  • Provided functional checks for all aspects of the aircraft.
  • Performed functional checks, preventive maintenance, and maintained familiarization with aircraft inspection and isochronal concepts.

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46. Kc-135

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Here's how Kc-135 is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Configured and prepared KC-135 aircraft for Russian agents in less than 6 hours/10 hours normal time to honor international peace treaty.
  • Maintained and repaired KC-135 aircraft and performed scheduled inspections that enabled aircraft to fly sorties and accomplish their various missions.
  • Organized planned and executed troubleshooting, maintenance checks, rebuilt hydraulic/pneumatic components on KC-135 E and R model aircraft.
  • Supervised operations for a 20 man team in installing KC-135 on pedestal for McConnell AFB front gate static display.
  • Performed 200 hour breakdown inspections of KC-135-707 aircraft and systems with maintenance as needed and subsequent report and recommendations.
  • Worked with Engineers to draft waivers and Dispositions for KC-135R/T model aircraft Flight control and Landing gear damages.
  • Planned and coordinated repairs and servicing on B-52 and KC-135 aircraft with more than 500 mechanics and expediters.
  • Inspected, analyzed, troubleshoot, and solved any problems that occurred within the KC-135A Refueling Aircraft.
  • Aided deployed KC-135; jacked/retracted aircraft; expedited landing gear failure repair 6 vs. 12 hrs.
  • Performed home station and deployed line maintenance and repairs on all 13 assigned KC-135R aircraft.
  • Supervised up to 10 people to maintain day to day maintenance on KC-135 Aircraft
  • Promoted to flying crew chief, assigned to specific KC-135 aircraft.
  • Maintained and serviced all aspects of the KC-135 Air Refueling Aircraft.
  • Performed similar duties as Aircraft Technician on C-017 and KC-135.
  • Crew Chief on KC-135 Refueling aircraft, managed 3 people.
  • Crew Chief-B-52, KC-135 Squadron technical order and publications supervisor.
  • Performed heavy jet maintenance and servicing on Boeing KC-135R Tankers.
  • Performed scheduled maintenance on 30+ KC-135 aircraft daily.
  • Attend regular aircraft training sessions on KC-135E/R aircraft.
  • Supervised maintenance on B-52 and KC-135 aircraft.

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47. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Skilled at training and developing cross-functional operations including hydraulic and electrical systems.
  • Preform operational checks on aircraft subsystems including hydraulic and electrical systems.
  • Designed and installed data monitoring, communication and electrical systems.
  • Analyzed wiring problems on armament electrical systems, tracing to the source and correcting the problem.
  • Skilled technician at trouble shooting helicopter hydraulic, engine, rotor, fuel and electrical systems.
  • Served as an instructor at the Army's Aviation Logistics School specializing in aircraft electrical systems.
  • Maintain electrical systems, loading systems, lighting systems, utility systems and flight controls.
  • Assist in maintaining the A160 fleet, specializing in electrical systems.
  • Experience of fuel engine, electrical systems and composite structures.
  • Check brakes, oil, tires and electrical systems.
  • Course curriculum included disassembly, inspection and repair of various components to include aviation electrical systems and fire control components.
  • Maintained aircraft mechanical and electrical systems Inspections of aircraft components
  • Performed engine runs on multi-engine aircraft that had mutiple hydraulic and electrical systems.

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48. Liquid Oxygen

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Here's how Liquid Oxygen is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Operated and inspected of gaseous and liquid oxygen servicing equipment.
  • Dispensed liquid oxygen into aircraft.
  • Preformed basic duties of launched and recovered, serviced aircraft with oil, hydraulic fluid, liquid oxygen, nitrogen.
  • Serviced oil, fuel, hydraulic fluid, liquid oxygen, and nitrogen systems; interpreted diagrams and publications.
  • Service aircraft: Liquid Oxygen, tire servicing, accumulators, surge suppressor, struts, and refueling.
  • Serviced Landing Gear, Brakes, Hydraulics, Liquid Oxygen, Engines, Fuel, and Avionics systems.
  • Serviced, drained and purged liquid oxygen, nitrogen, oil, hydraulic, and environmental systems.
  • Perform routine maintenance to include fueling operations, liquid oxygen servicing/handling, tire and brake changes.
  • Fuel, engine oil, and liquid oxygen servicing were also performed on a daily/weekly basis.
  • Accomplished Basic ground service, generator power, liquid oxygen, re-fueling, brakes and tires.
  • Maintained forms of the aircraft in documenting fuel load, liquid oxygen services and inspections.
  • Serviced all aircraft with fuel, nitrogen, hydraulic needs and liquid oxygen requirements.
  • Ensured aircraft has been properly serviced with fuel, hydraulic fluid and liquid oxygen.
  • Serviced fuel, oils, liquid oxygen, galleys, and lavatory systems.
  • Supervised towing, fueling, and liquid oxygen servicing of the aircraft.
  • Performed launch and recovery of aircraft, and installation of liquid oxygen.
  • Serviced liquid oxygen in 22 aircraft in less than 3 hours.
  • Performed fuel and liquid oxygen servicing to include fuel tank transfers.
  • Perform re-fueling and liquid oxygen system duties as required.
  • Serviced the aircraft with fuel and liquid oxygen.

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49. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Analyzed and maintained various computer based programs related to daily munitions accountability and shipping/ receiving of munitions and HAZMAT.
  • Prepared Fire Prevention Inspection Program, with emphasis on HAZMAT, WMD, biochemical, and hostile attack from armed intruders.
  • Trained on use of MSDS sheets, mitigation and response for a fuel or HAZMAT spills per OSHA regulation.
  • Certified by the State of California to receive, maintain and dispose of hazardous materials (HAZMAT).
  • Recognized leader in maintaining conformance with FAA, OSHA, FCC, DOT, EPA and HAZMAT regulations
  • Performed duties as a nationally certified Emergency Medical Technician, and HAZMAT Technician.
  • Water, Fire, Mold, Trauma Bio, Lead and HazMat certified.
  • Trained in: HazMat, NDI inspection, taxi, and run-up of aircraft
  • Served as a safety for Range Operations which included HAZMAT and ammunition handling.
  • Trained in hazardous materials and items (HAZMAT) procedures.
  • Company HAZMAT representative and HAZMAT certified.
  • Completed Safety and HAZMAT course.
  • Used e-mail, telephone, two-way radio, MS excel and MS access to coordinate repairs and order necessary hazmat supplies.
  • Responded and mitigated structural, aircraft, medical and hazmat emergencies, oversaw fire ground safety of personnel.
  • Managed 9 Hazmat programs with zero defects noted by Quality Assurance inspectors over a period of a year.
  • Provide asset protection in connection with aircraft, structural fires, wild land and Hazmat emergencies.
  • Certified multi-system quality assurance inspector and HAZMAT coordinator for Naval Air Station Jacksonville, FL.
  • Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of hazmat material reclamation and refilling per phase in charge of.
  • Maintain Crane and CDL Class A Hazmat driver's license.
  • Completed OSHA Hazmat Communications Training Course.

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50. Fuel Systems

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Here's how Fuel Systems is used in Crew Chief jobs:
  • Performed duties as a fuel systems inspector while at the MRO and in support of AOG Inc. customer line maintenance operations.
  • Perform maintenance on engines, fuel systems, flight controls, hydraulic systems, landing gear, and structural components.
  • Perform PM maintenance on light/heavy diesel trucks, tractors, RV, off-road equipment, lube oil and fuel systems.
  • Perform maintenance and advises on aircraft fuel systems removal, repair, and installation maintenance procedures and policies.
  • Obtained Plane Captain and CDI qualifications for power plants, transmission and fuel systems.
  • Perform troubleshooting, aircraft sheet metal, jet engines and fuel systems maintenance.
  • Serviced various aircraft systems to include hydraulic, oxygen and fuel systems.
  • Maintained records for the Fuel Systems Shop.
  • Maintain hydraulic, electrical and fuel systems.
  • Repair fuel systems, avionic components, oxygen systems and electrical problems.

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20 Most Common Skill For A Crew Chief

Aircraft Parts26.3%
Safety Procedures17.5%
Customer Service11.8%
Crew Members5%
Combat4%
Preventative Maintenance3.4%
Troubleshoot3.3%
Technical Data2.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Crew Chief

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Aircraft Parts
Aircraft Parts
19.1%
19.1%
2
2
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
12.7%
12.7%
3
3
Customer Service
Customer Service
8.6%
8.6%
4
4
Crew Members
Crew Members
3.6%
3.6%
5
5
Combat
Combat
2.9%
2.9%
6
6
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
2.4%
2.4%
7
7
Troubleshoot
Troubleshoot
2.4%
2.4%
8
8
Technical Data
Technical Data
2%
2%
9
9
Support Equipment
Support Equipment
1.9%
1.9%
10
10
F-16
F-16
1.9%
1.9%
11
11
GPS
GPS
1.9%
1.9%
12
12
Flight Line
Flight Line
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
Squadron
Squadron
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Job Site
Job Site
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Maintenance Procedures
Maintenance Procedures
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
Troubleshot
Troubleshot
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Flight Control Systems
Flight Control Systems
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
Technical Orders
Technical Orders
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
Airmen
Airmen
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Medal
Medal
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
Maintenance Problems
Maintenance Problems
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Technical Manuals
Technical Manuals
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Maintenance Forms
Maintenance Forms
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Special Inspections
Special Inspections
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
F-15
F-15
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
1%
1%
29
29
Operational Checks
Operational Checks
1%
1%
30
30
Hydraulic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
1%
1%
31
31
Maintenance Actions
Maintenance Actions
1%
1%
32
32
Phase Inspections
Phase Inspections
1%
1%
33
33
Osha
Osha
1%
1%
34
34
C-130
C-130
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Customer Complaints
Customer Complaints
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
Corrective Action
Corrective Action
0.9%
0.9%
37
37
Usaf
Usaf
0.9%
0.9%
38
38
Flight Hours
Flight Hours
0.9%
0.9%
39
39
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
0.8%
0.8%
40
40
Complete Documentation
Complete Documentation
0.8%
0.8%
41
41
Proper Installation
Proper Installation
0.8%
0.8%
42
42
FAA
FAA
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
0.8%
0.8%
44
44
Inspection Findings
Inspection Findings
0.7%
0.7%
45
45
Functional Checks
Functional Checks
0.7%
0.7%
46
46
Kc-135
Kc-135
0.7%
0.7%
47
47
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
0.7%
0.7%
48
48
Liquid Oxygen
Liquid Oxygen
0.7%
0.7%
49
49
Hazmat
Hazmat
0.7%
0.7%
50
50
Fuel Systems
Fuel Systems
0.6%
0.6%

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