Aircraft Production Inspector Resume
Their job is very important, because they are the ones that decide upon an airplane or other aircraft unit capacity to deploy safe flights. Aircraft production inspectors need to have extensive engineering, technical and mechanical knowledge and be able to asses different sections of the aircraft using specific tools. If problems are identified, aircraft inspectors need to consult with the manufacturer and suggest the proper course of action that needs to be taken in order that the quality standards are met. They also give advice to engineering project managers and teams and correct blueprints before the projects are discussed with higher management of the manufacturing company. The resume of an aircraft production inspector needs to underline these technical abilities and there is in most cases required a minimum experience in the field, since the job implies significant responsibilities. Special training programs and courses should be an asset.
Sample Aircraft Production Inspector Resume
Name: Jim Norris
Birth date: 04.05.1961
Address and Contact Details: 20 Pennsylvania Street, Upton, NY 11973, (203) 972-5000
Marital Status: Married, 2 children
Driver's license: Yes
I have worked in the business of aircraft production for 20 years and accumulated a reasonable amount of experience in the field in order to be able to use my skills in determining the safety and quality compliance of aircraft under construction. I have worked both in the public and private sector.
My objective is to be employed on an aircraft production inspection position at a high ranking manufacturer company in order to offer my knowledge and competencies in the fabrication of an aircraft and aircraft equipment and help improve the quality standards of the process.
Technical engineer specialized in the aviation sector, with extensive experience in the field of aircraft production; I'm looking for a job as aircraft production inspector that can help me develop my professional skills.
technical, engineering, mechanical, physical and mathematical skills, patience, attention to detail, ability to work in a team and collaborate with other departments, ability to understand engineering projects.
Computer knowledge: Windows XP, Microsoft Office, Linux, specialized applications
Aircraft production inspector, 1983-2010
The Cesna Aircraft Company, NY
Responsibilities: in charge of inspecting and testing aircraft units under construction and making sure they comply with air safety federal regulations and quality standards. Supervising repairs and giving directions to engineer project managers. Establishing good communication with the company's management and clients.
Education and Training:
PhD in Aviation Technology, New York University
Master's in Aviation Technology, New York University
Bachelor's Degree in Physics, New York University
managed to conduct successful inspections of a new aircraft without flaws and ensured safety flying for the company's clients.
Areas of interest:
aviation, aerospace, technology, sciences
Mrs. Sandra Mills, Technical Support Department, The Cesna Aircraft Company