CV 13 years experience in Aircraft Maintenance and Reliability Control RPM-Rotation per min, FF-Fuel
13 years experience in Aircraft Maintenance and Reliability Control RPM-Rotation per min, FF-Fuel
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Chinese PRC Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Bachelors in Northwest Technology University of China Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: Canada, China Present Location: Canada, Vancouver Relocation: United States, Canada, China, United States
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Dear Hiring Manager:
This letter is to express my interest in discussing the position posted on your web site. The opportunity presented in this listing is very appealing, and I believe that my experience and education will make me a competitive candidate for this position.
The key strengths that I possess for success in this position include, but are not limited to, the following:
Q Strive for continued excellence.
Q Extensive knowledge in aircraft mechanical engineering with a little bit electronic background.
Q Quick learner and eager to learn new things.
Q Energetic, confident, the type of person on whom people will rely.
I also have a wide breadth of experience of the type that gives you the versatility to place me in a number of contexts with confidence that the level of excellence you expect will be met. Please see my resume for additional information on my experience.
I hope that you'll find my experience and interests intriguing enough to warrant a face-to-face meeting, as I am confident that I could provide value to you as a member of your team.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
§ Performed aircraft engine condition monitoring, flight data analysis & engine fault diagnosis and maintenance plan modification
§ Led cross-functional teams on process improvement projects: Standard Maintenance Reporting System Constitution & Flight Data Management System Update
§ Controlled flight data (such as RPM-Rotation per min, FF-Fuel Flow, OIT-Oil Temperature, Vibration, EGT-Exhaust Gas Temperature etc.) procedures from data collection, to data processing & monitoring, analysis and storage utilized relevant professional software such as SAGE, READOUT.
§ Observed the distribution of faults (malfunction) and accessories replacement and determine alert grade, i.e. yellow & red line calculated through Poisson distribution (calculation method), which can give evidence for maintenance decision.
§ Initiated a maintenance plan modification or an Action Order based on the analytic results comes from SAGE & READOUT reports and Poisson distribution and so on.
§ Investigated repetitive aircraft malfunction and the rate of flight delay, thereby evaluated troubleshooting procedures and enhanced the system feedback speed and efficiency.
§ Developed work sheets, which is the job detail mechanics work based on, for Pre-flight / Post-flight and “A” Check to “C” Check according to MPD & TASKCARD
§ In 2002, one engine of my fleet created a world record—25747 hours that was the longest operating period (on-wing) before needing repair. The average overhaul interval of my fleet was about 9,000 hours more compared to world fleet level, this can be translated to more than $3.7 million in savings.
§ Performed all routine service inspection: Pre-flight, Transit and Post-flight Check
including directed plane position, filled engine oilhydraulic fluid and changed the tires etc.
§ Carried out most mechanical tasks from A Check up to C Check such as remove/install accessories, test, inspect, and modify the component in the system of power plant, hydraulic, landing gear and so on.
§ Read and interpret schematics diagrams for troubleshooting
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Aero Engine and Thermal Power Diploma 1994
NORTHWEST POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, CHINA
PRC Civil Aircraft Maintenance Personnel License 1997
Updated in 2007
Certification of Boeing 737 Line Maintenance Course, Air China 1996
Certification of Engine Condition Monitoring Course, General Electric 1998
Certification of CF6/CFM56 Engine Technical Management Course (GE) 1999
Certification of Reliability Control Program (AIRBUS) 2000
Heavy Duty and Commercial Transportation (Vancouver Community College) 2009
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), SAGE & Readout (fleet management software)
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
§ Extensive knowledge in aircraft engine (theory), statistical (apply in reliability field) and technical management (fleet management).
§ Recognized as a creative and effective strategic planner and problem solver
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
Highly capable in quick learning in fast-paced engineering environments