Avionics, A&P, sheetmetal, Inspector

by christopher
(okc ok usa)

Christopher R. Revels

10234 Hwy 73
Canute, OK.73626

Phone: 405-455-1778
Email: christopher_revels@yahoo.com

DESIRED LOCATIONS: AZ,NM,OK,TX.

LICENSES HELD: Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic with Inspection Authorization.

WORK EXPERIENCE: 24 + YEARS

Valair 11 / 2012 - 12/2012 Layoff
Bethany, OK Salary: $27.00 per hour
Hours per week 40+
A&P Mechanic
Perform routine and non-routine maintenance. Service, inspect, maintain, repair and modify Beechcraft 200, 350, 1900, Cessna Caravan and Twin Commander aircraft.

AAR 6 / 2012 - 11 / 2012
Oklahoma City, OK Salary: $22.50 per hour
Hours per week 40+
Avionics Technician/R&E
Performing avionics modification, installation, inspection and maintenance. Ops checking, and repairing systems on B737, MD80, and CRJ900
aircraft.

ARINC 6 / 2011 - Reduction in workforce/layoff 3 / 2012
Oklahoma City, OK Salary: $28.00 per hour
Hours per week 40+
Avionics Technician
Performing avionics modification, installation, inspection and maintenance. Ops checking, and repairing systems on KC-135 and E6 aircraft.

AEROTEK 5 / 2011 – Contract to direct hire with ARINC 6 / 2011
Oklahoma City, OK Salary: $24.00 per hour
Hours per week: 40+
Avionics Technician
Performing avionics modification, installation, inspection and maintenance. Ops checking, and repairing systems on KC-135 and E6 aircraft.

VSE Corp. CFT 3 / 2010 - Goverment contract ended 12 / 2010
Tinker AFB, Oklahoma. Salary: $31.02 per hour
Hours per week: 40
Aircraft Engine Mechanic
Performed the full range of aircraft engine mechanic duties on the GE F101
series engine. Services, repairs and overhauls aircraft engines and
related systems to ensure airworthiness. Troubleshoots, modifies,
repair, and performs sequential disassembly and assembly of complete
aircraft engines and sub-assemblies. Performs scheduled and unscheduled
engine inspections IAW applicable technical data. Repairs, replaces and
rebuilds aircraft engine and associated items utilizing hand tools,
power tools, machines and equipment such as automatic test equipment.
Reads and interprets manufacturer’s publications, maintenance manuals,
service bulletins and other specifications to determine feasibility and
method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components.
Certifies completion of all work accomplished; analyzes malfunction
using schematic and wiring diagrams, blueprint, manufacturer’s
specifications, computer diagnostics data, inspection findings and
trending data and aircrew debriefs. Performs/assists with test cell
operation of uninstalled engines, makes final adjustments and verifies
that engine is operating within acceptable parameters for safe
operation.

L3 communications 7 / 2009 – 3 / 2010
Integrated systems. Greenville, Texas. Salary: $ 58,000 Yr
Hours per week: 40+
Quality Assurance Engineer , MC12 Program
Avionics, Electrical, Electronic, and Structural
Testing and inspection of avionics, electrical, electronic, and structural modifications, repairs and/or maintenance. Review of aircraft log books ensuring compliance with company standards and applicable government regulations. Advising operating units on installation, maintenance, inspection and testing procedures for aviation industrial operations. Recommending corrective action for discrepancies found during aircraft inspections. Monitoring timeliness and applicability of aircraft maintenance technical data and technical library. Initiating and preparing inspection discrepancy reports, quality deficiency reports and technical deficiency reports, ensuring that they are accurate, clear, concise and comprehensive for management review. Performing random tool kit, safety, over the shoulder in-process and housekeeping compliance inspections and documenting all findings. Exercising discretion and independent judgment.

L3 communications 2 / 2003 – Transfered to L3 Communications Greenville, TX. 7 / 2009
Contract maintenance for U.S. Department of Home Land Security CBP Salary: $ 21.75 per hour
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Hours per week: 40+
Mechanic/Avionics/Sheet metal
This included coordinating with, law enforcement agents, civilians and contractors
Launching, and recovering aircraft, daily and phase inspections, Servicing, maintaining, troubleshooting, inspecting, and repairing multiple aircraft types rotor and fixed wing to ensure air worthiness. Applying advanced technical knowledge to solve complex problems that typically cannot be solved solely by referencing manufacturers‘manuals or similar documents Aircraft and systems worked included C-12 / King Air, PC12, C210, C206, C182, C550, PA18, OH6, UH60, and AEC AS350 B2/B3, EC120, AN/APG 66 RADAR, various FLIR systems, Satellite and Secure communication systems.

OAS / planetech 8 / 2002 - 10 / 2002 Contract maintenance
Rogers, Arkansas US Salary: $ 19.00 per hour
Aircraft Sheet metal mechanic / Avionics Hours per week: 50+
Perform inspections, major and minor repairs, and modifications on B-767 and A320 aircraft.

Lear Siegler / Tinker AFB 4 / 2001 – Goverment contract canceled 10 / 2001
Midwest City, Oklahoma US Salary: $ 19.00 per hour
Sheet Metal Mechanic Hours per week: 50+
Perform major and minor structural repairs, and modifications to B-52, KC-135 and E-3 aircraft in compliance with Air Force T.O.‘s and approved data.

DynCorp / Tinker AFB 3 / 2001 – 4 / 2001
Midwest City, Oklahoma US Salary: $ 19.00 per hour
Sheet Metal Mechanic Hours per week: 50+
Perform major and minor structural repairs, and modifications to KC – 135 aircraft. Replacing and repairing skins, stringers, frames, etc.

Downtown Airpark 1/ 2001 – 2 / 2001
Oklahoma City, OK US Salary: $ 14.00 per hour
Aircraft Mechanic Hours per week: 40+
Service, inspect, maintain and repair general aviation aircraft. Perform routine and non-routine maintenance.

Dee Howard 5 / 2000 – Reduction in workforce/Layoff 12 / 2000
San Antonio, Texas US Salary: $ 20.00 per hour
Aircraft Mechanic Hours per week: 40+
Service, maintain, troubleshoot, inspect, and repair multiple aircraft types, performed routine and non-routine task cards servicing all major systems and component replacement on B-737, B-747, B-757, B-767, DC-8 and DC-10 aircraft.

Gulfstream aerospace 11 / 1999 – 5 / 2000
Dallas, Texas US Salary: $ 15.00 per hour
Aircraft engine mechanic Hours per week: 40+
Remove, replace, troubleshoot, inspect, repair and overhaul of TFE-731 on multiple aircraft types, perform routine and non-routine maintenance on corporate aircraft.

STS / Airplanes Inc. 9 / 1999 – 11 / 1999 Contract maintenance.
Jensen Beach, Florida US Salary: $ 18.00 per hour
Aircraft mechanic / sheet metal Hours per week: 50+
Service, maintain, troubleshoot, inspect, and repair multiple aircraft types, B-727, B-737, and A-320 aircraft.

Raytheon E-Systems 8 / 1998 – Layoff 8 / 1999
Greenville, Texas US Salary:$ 19.00 per hour
Aircraft Sheet metal mechanic / Avionics installer Hours per week: 40+
Performed structural modification, and avionics installation on navy P3 aircraft.


MANAGEMENT:
Supervised and coordinated workers engaged in testing, inspecting, and repairing aircraft.
Established work procedures to meet production schedules.
Directly supervised and instructed subordinate workers.
Instruct and supervise technical personnel on equipment safety.


EDUCATION & TRAINING:
Boeing 737-400, 500, 600 FAM course. Oklahoma City, OK. 2012
Inspection Authorization course. Oklahoma City, OK. 2008
Turbomeca Arriel 2B/2B1 1st & 2nd level line maintenance. Grand Prairie, TX. 2008.
Eurocopter AS350B3, American Eurocopter, Grand Prairie, TX. 2008.
Maintenance Resource Management, Flight safety, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 2005.
Composite structure fabrication and repair, Flight safety, West Palm Beach, Florida, 2004.
Beech King Air, Flight Safety, Wichita, Kansas, 2003.
Principles of Aircraft Troubleshooting, Flight Safety, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 2003.
FAM-DC-8, DC-10, B-737, ATSI, San Antonio, Texas, 1997 – 1998.
Lead mechanic CBP AS350B2 maintenance program Tucson,AZ.2006
Texas Instruments AN/AAS-36 FLIR
Litton APS-504 CV5 RADAR
Honeywell Avionics
Garmin Avionics
Sensor/Encryption Field Maintenance
Satellite Communications
C-5000/RT-5000 Operation/Maintenance
IRDS Operation/Maintenance
Pitot/Static Maintenance/Testing

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