Aircraft Structures, Markings & Coatings Technician


  • Seeking employment as an Aircraft Structures Mechanic or related position within the aviation maintenance industry.

HELIWORKS, LLC - January 2013 - September 2015

  • 2 years, 8 months as an Aircraft Structures Mechanic II on Bell 206B, 206B3, 206L, TH-57, TH-67, 407, OH-58, UH-1 & 212 airframes plus Maintenance-Repair-Overhaul operations on Beechcraft T-6 Texan II cowling & doors.
  • Primary duties included inspection, fabrication, repair and/or replacement of various composite and metal structural and aesthetic assemblies using supplied technical data using an established ISO9001 & AS9110 certified quality management system.

  • Specialized in repair and overhaul of Bell Helicopter 206/407/OH-58 Vertical Fin assemblies.

  • Held FAA Repairman Certificate per 14 CFR Section 65.103 under a FAA Part-145 & Bell Certified Repair Station.

  • Additional duties included hazardous waste management and consolidated tool kit management.


  • 1 year as an Aircraft Coatings & Markings Technician working on CH-47, AH-64, CH-53 Trainer, EA-6B Trainer platforms & various Aerospace Ground Equipment.
  • Led creation, implementation & application of aircraft markings for CH-47 Maintenance Trainer Program.

  • Primary duties included preparation & application of aircraft coatings & markings for aesthetic appearance, corrosion prevention & instructional information.

  • 1 year as a Primary Structural Component Installer on CH-47 Maintenance Trainer Program.

  • 1 year as an Engineering Technician working on the CH-47 Maintenance Trainer Program.

  • Primary duties included the design, manufacture, installation & repair of various structural & aesthetic assemblies.

  • Additional duties included welder’s assistant, material procurement, and hazardous waste communications.

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE - March 2004 - March 2009

  • Five years experience in aircraft maintenance maintaining a fleet of 35+ B-52H Heavy Bombers.

  • Performed corrosion control procedures on UH-1 Helicopters, B-52H Bombers, & Aerospace Ground Equipment.

  • Two years experience as a work center training manager; responsible for the training of over 20 personnel.

  • Comprehensive understanding of aircraft assemblies, structures, & nomenclature.

  • Five years experience & training in metal fabrication techniques using various tools, procedures & methods.

  • Trained & skilled in the use of riveting guns, squeezers, hand tools, brakes, shears, corrosion control equipment, tubing benders, cable swagers, & aircraft hardware.

  • Understanding & practical knowledge of corrosion control principles & techniques.

  • Repaired over 1,000 air inlet ducts, 1000 pieces of engine nacelle cowling, & countless ancillary parts, bracketry, and various structural assemblies using sheet metal fabrication.

  • Inspected, repaired, & fabricated numerous tubing assemblies using mandrel & hand tube benders for use in hydraulic & electrical & environmental assemblies.

  • Trained & experienced in the repair & fabrication of fiberglass & honeycomb composite assemblies.


  • Completed Aircraft Structural Maintenance Training Course at NATTC, NAS Pensacola.

  • Completed Upgrade Training to Skill Level 5,  Aircraft Structural Maintenance Journeyman.

  • Completed 66 semester hours toward an Associates Degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology.