Aircraft Technician/Aircraft Maintainence jobs in Dubai. Experience in aircraft maintainence on Airbus and Boeing aircraft.

by Antony Evans
(Dubai Silicon Oasis, Dubai, UAE)

ANTONY JAMES EVANS

Apartment B207 University Views
Academic Road
Silicon Oasis
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
+971(0)508764617 or +44(0)7725521032
arnois22@hotmail.co.uk

PERSONAL PROFILE
A British national who is polite, respectful, honest and well motivated individual who is able to work as a team player or on he’s own, using he’s own initiative. Reliable, loyal and versatile, with proven leadership skills. Recently employed by BSkyB as a satellite installation engineer. Has 8 years experience in the aviation industry as an aircraft cabin engineer and carrying out aircraft maintenance on various classes of aircraft. Has also served over 10 years in the British Royal Navy. Currently in the process of relocating to Dubai with my wife who has already secured employment in Dubai.

CAREER HISTORY
June 13th 2011 – May 25th 2012
British Sky Broadcasting, 6 Centaurs Business Centre, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 5QD,
Satellite Installation Field Engineer
Being the face of the company I was employed to install and service satellite systems in customers homes as part of the field and supply chain of BSkyB and to deliver great customer service. I was one of the people our customers see face-to-face more than any of our other employees. Not only did I get out there and do the physical part of installing and maintaining our customers' equipment, I did it with passion and enthusiasm, all year round 362 days a year, seven days a week in all weathers.
Even though I was part of a team in the West Sussex area of the UK, the role was mainly working on my own adhering to strict health and safety guidelines which are set out by BSkyB. The job was mainly working at heights using ladders and ropes with a big emphasis on getting home safe.

June 2nd 2003 – June 3rd 2011
Airline Services Ltd, Building 583D, South Perimeter Road, Gatwick Airport, RH6 0PQ, UK
Aircraft Cabin Engineer
My role was emphasized on maintaining aircraft cabin interiors, ranging from passenger seats, lighting, galley equipment and in flight entertainment systems on board aircraft to tight deadlines when an aircraft only has an hour on the ground before departing again or more intense maintenance when the aircraft is night stopping. Maintenance was also carried out in a Civil Aviation Authority approved workshop where we carried out more involved jobs on seats and also overhaul seat assemblies including wiring harnesses for the in flight entertainment systems. The job has many aspects, mechanical, hands on and dealing with airline representatives and customers but also a large degree of paperwork, some of which was legal documentation and takes accuracy when completing. This was night shift work, working a 4 on 4 off rota usually working on my own, using my own initiative and solving problems by myself.


I also carried out the fitting of carpet on aircraft ranging from Boeing 737’s up to 747’s and Airbus A319’s up to A330’s. I also carried out the manufacturing and overlocking of carpet in the workshop to specific airline drawings adhering to Civil Aviation Authority approval.
The laying of galley coindot flooring and the carrying out of repairs to Tedlar toilet walls and doors is something we also completed on EasyJet A319 aircraft. During the winter months I was involved in de-icing operations and washing of aircraft which requires us to work at heights of over 40ft. During my time at Airline Services I have gained NVQ's in the de-icing of aircraft, learnt how to read technical drawings, become more computer competent, learnt how to drive 28ton de-icing trucks & gained certificates allowing me to work at heights.

January 9th 1989 - February 19th 2003
The Ministry of Defense, Employed in the British Royal Navy
Leading Chef/Caterer
Cooking and catering small numbers in hotel type environments ashore to large numbers in a confined galley on board warships at sea. Cooking duties spanned across the whole range of food preparation with a sound knowledge of butchery, bakery and kitchen hygiene. I was also a member of the ships firefighting team.
I served on 3 Royal Navy warships, HMS Juno a Leander Class Frigate, HMS Sandown a Minehunter & HMS Leeds Castle a Patrol Ship based down the Falkland Islands. I was mainly based in Portsmouth and Scotland and was lucky enough to see most of the world.

Education
1982 - 1985 - Whitehawk Junior School
Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom

1985 - 1988 - Stanley Deason High School
Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom

Gained G.C.S.E’s in Physical Education, Mathematics, English, Home Economics,
Biology, Sociology

Training and Qualifications
City and Guilds in Sky Satellite Installations and Health and Safety
Part 145 and Part 21 Sub Part G Civil Aviation Authority Approval
Certificate to work at heights on Mobile Elevated Work Platforms
NVQ in De-icing of aircraft at Gatwick Airport
City and Guilds 706/1 & 706/2 - Royal Navy Cookery School, Aldershot
Basic Offshore Safety and Survival Course to work on Oil Rigs
Full UK Driving License with no points

Hobbies
Cooking, Travelling, Reading, Keeping Fit

Personal Information
Date of Birth: 19th November 1971
Marital Status: Married to my wife Sharon

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