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Aerospace Engineer Resume Example

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Navy Aerospace Engineer Example

 What is the role of Naval Aerospace Engineer?
A Navy Aerospace Engineer is a Technical person who repairs Aircraft Systems and performs designs building of Aircraft Systems and even responsible to carry maintenance of aircraft systems to improve the existing system. Navy Engineer must have a sound knowledge of Aeronautic Technologies and Aero standard guidelines.

The Navy Aerospace Engineer resume should list the skills and work experience required for the opening
  • Should be well-written and informative
  • Summarize the credentials, professional experience, and educational qualification
  • Demonstrate how the specific skills and work experience will match the requirement
Navy Aerospace Engineer Resume Example

David Thomson
230 East University Way, Ellensburg, Washington
Contact Details: 123-777-1313
Email: david@example.com

Career Objective:

Well versed in aircraft manufacturing process with hands on experience in designing and maintaining aircraft systems. Seeking a responsible position as a navy aerospace engineer with a view to utilize my professional skills and experience

Summary of Skills:

    Comprehensive knowledge of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, material properties, and heat transfer systems
    Extensive knowledge of aerodynamics, control systems, and automated Instrumentation Landing Systems
    In-depth knowledge of air compression, gas turbine engines, avionics systems, and aircraft flaps
    Skilled in the installation procedures of aircraft instruments, equipment, and component parts
    Possess sound analytical, troubleshooting, and communication skills

Summary of Qualifications:

Achieved Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering
University of Washington in the Year 2008

Professional History:

US Navy Force, Washington
June 2010 till date
Navy Aerospace Engineer

    Handle responsibilities of implementing and evaluating the functions of aerospace systems especially for naval applications
    Perform the tasks of providing technical insight in designing and maintaining aerospace systems
    Responsible for developing conceptual plans for project implementation by applying the fundamentals of aerospace engineering
    Perform responsibilities of designing and modifying aircraft systems by following standard procedures
    Handle the tasks of testing missile prototypes as well as perform analysis of aircraft wind tunnel
    Responsible for updating knowledge of latest spacecraft and aircraft design techniques and perform monitoring of aircraft production

US Navy Force, Washington
April 2008 to May 2008
Junior Navy Aerospace Engineer


    Assigned the tasks of assisting senior aerospace engineer in developing aircraft control systems
    Performed responsibilities of developing designing concepts of sensors and airborne mission systems
    Handled the tasks of assisting aerospace engineer in conducting research on deep-diving vessels
    Assigned responsibilities of identifying issues in engine performance to ensure safe operation of aircraft systems
    Provided effective support in complete phases of integrating component parts to complete aircraft systems
    Handled other job responsibilities under the guidelines and instructions of operation and maintenance staff

The above Aerospace Engineer Resume example will help you the idea of preparing a well structured resume guide, you to bring your professional skills and work experience in the best way.

Helicopter Maintenance Engineers Jobs - Airwork NZ Limited at Ardmore (South Auckland)

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Helicopter - Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers jobs in New Zealand
 
Location: Auckland Papakura & Franklin Work type: Full Time Classification: Engineering,Aerospace Engineering

Airwork (NZ) Ltd is one of New Zealand's largest, most diverse, general aviation companies. Employing over 90 staff we operate a fleet of single and twin engine helicopters and support an international customer base.

Airwork (NZ) is looking for two Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers with Helicopter Ratings for our Maintenance Division at Ardmore (South Auckland), and possibly for offshore touring roles.

Expressions of interest are invited from Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.

Experience and ratings on the following types would be an advantage:

    BK 117
    LTS 101
    AS355
    A250
    Group II Helicopter

Take this opportunity to advance your career and be part of a dynamic growth organisation.
If you would like to apply please forward your CV and quote
ref. 202 to heather.hargrave@airwork.co.nz or
post to Heather Hargrave, Airwork (NZ) Ltd, PO Box 72-516,Papakura 2244.

Fear of Flying self-help book - Dragons of Thin Air

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 Dragons of Thin Air – Fear of Flying book

After a long time in the making our Fear of Flying self-help book has finally been released!

It’s called Dragons of Thin Air – A Most Unusual Fear of Flying Course, a long but accurate title.

Some of the clear, illustrated explanations we put up about how planes work, etc. are exactly what people need to learn.

The book also has a story, introducing a scallywag dragon called Felix who, despite normally causing fear in humans, has decided to help a family of fearful flyers.  He takes the Walker family through a fun but somewhat unusual fear of flying course that he has just invented, covering a wide range of topics and providing insights, observations and skills that can help those afraid to fly.
We’ve built a website to go with the book, if you’d like to take a look… at www.dragonsofthinair.com you’ll find info about the book along with a bunch of links to Fear of Flying courses and resources from around the world.

If you are a nervous flyer, or know somebody who is, I recommend taking a look at Dragons of Thin Air!

NASA Aerospace Engineering Jobs in Goddard Space Flight Center

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Aerospace Engineering Jobs in Goddard Space Flight Center

Job Title: AEROSPACE ENGINEER, AST-RELIABILITY
Department: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Agency: Goddard Space Flight Center
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., leads the world in scientific discovery and understanding. Goddard is the home of innovative Earth science, astrophysics, heliophysics and planetary science. The center's diverse and talented team is responsible for each breakthrough emerging from Goddard laboratories.

Job Announcement Number: GS12B0015
SALARY RANGE: $89,033.00 to $115,742.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: Wednesday, January 11, 2012 to Friday, January 27, 2012
SERIES & GRADE: GS-0861-13 POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time - Permanent
PROMOTION POTENTIAL:14 DUTY LOCATIONS: 1 vacancy(s) - Prince Georges County, MD


JOB SUMMARY:
NASA, the world's leader in space and aeronautics is always seeking outstanding scientists, engineers, and other talented professionals to carry forward the great discovery process that its mission demands. Creativity. Ambition. Teamwork. A sense of daring. And a probing mind. That's what it takes to join NASA, one of the best places to work in the Federal Government.

DUTIES:
As an Aerospace Technologist (AST), specializing in Reliability, the incumbent serves as a GSFC expert in Reliability Engineering and Probabilistic Risk Assessment. The work involves establishing, maintaining, and evaluating reliability engineering and assurance programs through all phases of aeronautical and aerospace systems, launch vehicles, spacecraft, and associated ground support equipment from design through operational use.

AGENCY CONTACT INFO:                                 
Talent Acquisition Office
Phone: 301-286-3691
Email: gsfc-tao@mail.nasa.gov
Agency Information:
NASA's Resume Operations Center Mailstop HS50
Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812 US

Search AEROSPACE ENGINEER, AST-RELIABILITY for more information visit usajobs.gov

Amozon Best RC Gyro Helicopter comes with best Heli Technology

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Mini S107 RTF RC Helicopter is world's super easy to fly and maneuver RC Helicopter!

Syma model no.107 R/C mini helicopter has greatest technology in RC models in its class (A Gyro). This Model RC helicopter is easy to fly with very minimal crushes thus no more replacing of parts. and great maneuverability. Coaxial rotor a single rear rotor and a gyro increases stability for flying or hovering.

Skill Set - All levels (14 years and up) this model RC gyro helicopter can be charged directly either from the USB cable or from the controller (AA batteries)

All these features makes this helicopter an instant best seller in the RC helicopter category.

S107 RTF RC Helicopter Review: You can fly this little guy in a small apartment or a small room and you will have fun doing so. It's great for offices since it's not too loud and again easy to maneuver.

Maintenance and Tips

After charging don't touch the right control yoke.

Hold the throttle yoke in your left hand and the small trim adjuster knob in the right.

Slowly move the left yoke forward to increase throttle until the helicopter barely leaves the ground. Watch for left or right rotation and turn the trim knob to make the helicopter hover without rotating. Once it hovers without turning by using only the throttle, you're ready to fly.

Hope you enjoy it!

Singapore Airlines Careers: Cabin Crews Jobs in Malaysia

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Aviation Cabin Crew Jobs (Malaysia)

Singapore Airlines will be conducting a recruitment exercise for Flight Stewardesses/Stewards in Kuala Lumpur. If you meet the following requirements, next round will be walk-in interview.


Requirements

* Malaysian citizen
* Minimum age of 18 years old
* Females who are at least 1.58m; males who are at least 1.65m in height
· Degree/ Diploma OR
* At least 2 principal level passes and 2 subsidiary passes in STPM/GCE ‘A’ level or its equivalent
OR
* At least 5 credits in SPM/GCE ‘O’ level and relevant working experience
* For Malaysian qualifications at SPM level, at least 5 credits including a minimum grade of B4 in English and working experience is required.

Training
Our comprehensive 4 months training program will cover topics such as:
* Product Knowledge including Food & Beverage
* Service Procedures
* Passenger Handling
* Deportment & Grooming
* Language & Communication Skills
* Safety Equipment Procedures
* First Aid

On successful completion of training you will commence flying duties.

Remuneration & Service Benefits
A monthly allowance will be provided during training. Upon graduation, you can look forward to a basic salary and various allowances amounting to about MYR $9,000 a month. In addition, there is an annual wage supplement of one month’s basic salary and profit-sharing bonus. You will also be entitled to free travel to any SIA destination once a year and enjoy discounted travel at other times.

Application Details
Interested applicants, please download and complete this application form. Please bring the following documents for registration between 9am and 2pm.
* Completed application form
* Passport-sized photograph
* Original(s) of:
a) birth certificate
b) all educational certificates
c) identity card

Interviews will be conducted on 14 January 2012 (Saturday) at:
ParkRoyal Kuala Lumpur
Level 2
Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur

Engineering and Maintenance jobs for AMEs and Aeronautical Engineers

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Jet Airways Engineering Jobs
Engineering & Maintenance: Technical Service  Engineer
Location: Mumbai

Candidate should have a Degree in Aeronautical / Mechanical / Electrical Engineering. Minimum 3 years in a Technical Services function with an airline or MRO  is desirable. Candidate should be well versed with aircraft engineering .  Must be conversant with common IT applications including word processing and excel. Job responsibilities will include providing technical support to activities prior to aircraft delivery, supplying technical services for upgrade and modification of aircraft in revenue service, providing technical services to help reduce repair and maintenance costs, offering specialist technical advice for resolution of complex and/or unusual aircraft technical problems.

Engineering & Maintenance: Warranty & Insurance

Location: Mumbai

Candidate should have a Degree / Diploma in Aeronautical / Mechanical / Electrical / Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. Experience: Minimum 3 years for Degree or 5 years for Diploma holders in airline or MRO is desirable. Candidate with experience in Warranty and Insurance section in will be an added advantage. Job responsibilities will include preparing warranty claims with respect to engineering services, products and aircrafts purchased from external sources. Advise on warranty implications in purchases and sales of engineering services, components, engines, APU and Aircraft.

Apply Online visit Jet Airways Careers

Jet Airways Careers: Aircraft Maintenance Engineering jobs Mumbai

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AME jobs in Jet Airways
Engineering & Maintenance: Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

Location: Mumbai

You should be an experienced licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (Airframe, Power plant & Avionics) type rated on any or all below types of aircraft with minimum 10 years of certification experience for our Line as well as Major Maintenance activities in India.

    B737- NG fitted with CFM 56 -7 type engine
    ATR 72-500 fitted with PW –127 (F) type engine
    Boeing 777-300 ERs fitted with GE–90-115B engines
    Airbus 330 –200s fitted with GE CF6-80–E1 and / or RR Trent type engines

Indian license holders will be given preference. Applicants with the above qualifications may also be considered for support functions such as Engineering Maintenance Control, Planning, and Technical Services etc. based in India.

For details visit Jet Airways Careers

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Job in Texas, USA

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Aviation Jobs:  Maintenance / Aircraft Maintenance Team Lead - Challenger
Company:  Aviation Personnel

Company Info:  Aviation Personnel is recruiting experienced, qualified technical and professional personnel for the following aviation/aerospace industry positions: A&P Mechanics Structural Sheet Metal Technicians Aircraft Inspectors Cabinet Makers and Finishers Aircraft Painters Composite Technicians Aircraft Upholsterers Interior Installers Avionics Technicians / Installers Contract, contract-to-hire and permanent placement options are available offering competitive wages, maximum per diem payments, weekly payroll and many additional benefits. Nationwide opportunities exist for aircraft maintenance personnel in manufacturing, maintenance centers, completion and modification centers, and fixed-base operations.
Call us today: 866-614-2840
Supported Manufacturers:    
Job Title: Aircraft Maintenance Team Lead - Challenger Location: BOISE Idaho USA
Contact: Recruiter
Email: jobs@aviationpersonnel.net

SUMMARY: Leads jobs assigned by Production Manager.
Inspects, tests, repairs, maintains and services aircraft using test equipment and hand tools, as needed, to return aircraft to service per FAA and manufacturers specifications.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: 
include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
•   Must be able to lead multiple airframes simultaneously
•   Ensures growth & development of Team members by assisting them in developing a career path.
•   Evaluate & assist in writing performance reviews of Team members with a Service Manager.
•   Coaches and mentors other technicians.
•   Displays and exercises Conflict Resolution skills.
•   Provides first level supervision to Team members.
•   Sets an example for others to follow. Lead by example.
•  Communicates effectively.
•  Displays the ability to multitask.
•  Proficient understanding of Federal Air Regulations (FAR) pertaining to his/her daily job
•  Ability to fill out work order/required paperwork

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
•   Work is performed in an aircraft hangar environment with moderate noise level. The employee is frequently subject to inside environmental conditions, which provide protection from weather conditions but not necessarily from temperature changes.
•  This position requires occasional fieldwork; the employee is exposed to outdoor weather and industrial type noise conditions

RESPONSIBILITIES:
•    Plans and manages aircraft visits, ensuring manpower, tooling and other resources are available
•   Adjusts resources as needed to accommodate workload variation and meet aircraft schedule.
•   Captures issues during a visit and communicates with stakeholders to ensure resolution.
•    Assists sales in bringing new customers to Western, including occasional customer visits.
•    Performs all of the duties of a Job Lead and has mastered inspection procedures.
•    Provides input to production scheduling on manpower requirements.
•   Directly supervises assigned lead technicians and their assigned technicians

Requirements:    

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
•   Airframe & Powerplant Certifications required
•   6 +yrs. experience working on Challenger airframe
•    Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience

BEHAVIORS:
•    Displays lead technician attributes at all times
•    Maintains a high level of professionalism at all times
•    Ability to work independently and as part of a team
•    Good problem solving skills must be demonstrated with good follow-through required on communication and project completion
•   Able to handle change and deadlines well
•   Must be organized and detail oriented
•   Customer focused/Service Oriented
•    Positive attitude
•    Customer property awareness
•    Professional Appearance and Demeanor
•    Requires no supervision
•    Trains and mentors his/her replacement
•    Results oriented
•    Team oriented
•    Ability to follow directions
•    Excellent interpersonal communication skills
•    Situational awareness
•    Displays desire to proactively communicate with management to improve work environment

Fax Number: (866) 614-2841
Address: 4756 Highway 377 South
Fort Worth Texas 76116 USA
Email: tom@aviationpersonnel.net
Web Address: www.aviationpersonnel.net

President of IndiGo Airlines says it is a Myth that the Aviation Sector doing badly

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In these tough times, one sector feeling the turbulence has been aviation. But not everyone agrees. President of IndiGo Airlines, Aaditya Ghosh, has told NDTV that it is a myth that the aviation sector is doing badly and airlines no longer have a birthright to complain, instead they need to introspect.


Aircraft Maintenance Engineer job - The Employment Solution, TORONTO Ontario Canada

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Position: Maintenance / Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
Company:  The Employment Solution 
Company Info:  TES delivers IT and Engineering staff augmentation solutions across the North American market. We give our clients the winning edge through constant innovation, technological savvy, and a customer-centred approach that influences everything we do. We give our candidates access to exclusive opportunities in leading-edge technologies and organizations, and a chance to enhance their skills and build their dream career. TES is fully pandemic-ready, with alternate and backup delivery channels to protect the flow of services to clients and candidates.



Job Title:  Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
Location:  TORONTO Ontario Canada
Salary Range:  30.00-Neg

Job Desc:
Under the supervision of the Production Manager, the chosen candidate will maintain, supervise and control the maintenance activities of their respective assigned aircraft in the form of scheduled and unscheduled inspections, defect rectification and AOG support.

Requirements:
Qualifications
Must have completed all transport Canada exams and hold a valid AME license category M2 with 5 to 10 years experience.
Must be available to work shifts as needed during major projects;
Must have experience in Corporate Aviation and endorsed on the HS125-800XP and HS125-850XP
Experience and endorsements on various Cessna Citation models is an asset.

Contact: Karen Roe
Email: karenr@tes.net

Fax Number:  (514) 426-1790
Address:  6600 Trans-Canada Highway
Suite 340 Pointe-Claire
Quebec H9R 4S2 Canada
Web Address: www.tes.net  Email: Geoffn@tes.net

Aviation Engineering Scholarships for Local High School Students

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Last Date for Aviation Engineering Scholarship Applications is Feb. 15

Ross Wagner Aviation Scholarships: Local high school students looking for a career in engineering are encouraged to apply for the Ross Wagner Scholarship.

Several full-expense reimbursement scholarships have been established by Gemini Incorporated in honor of Ross Wagner, who was chairman of the company's Board of Directors from 1988-1992.

The Ross Wagner Scholarships provide full-ride scholarships for students majoring in civil, biomedical, aeronautical, mechanical, electrical, aerospace, and chemical engineering. Students seeking degrees in chemistry and physics may also apply.

It is open to students in the United States and Canada attending the local high school in cities where Gemini has plants, including Decorah.

For a complete list of guidelines and an application for the Ross Wagner Scholarship, go to rosswagnerfoundation.org. Students must apply no later than February 15.

Air India may sell two Boeing 747s and five Boeing 777-200s

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  Air India​ may sell aircraft to raise around $600 million



Sale of the five 777-200s will alone fetch the carrier $500 million, and the 747s are expected to fetch $30 million each
P.R. Sanjai

Mumbai: Air India, the money-losing flag carrier that is seeking a government bailout, is expected to raise about $600 million (around Rs. 3,200 crore) by selling seven planes as part of a plan to pare its debt by March, according to two airline executives familiar with the development.

Of the seven aircraft, five Boeing 777-200​ long-range planes will be sold and taken back on lease for 12 years, while two Boeing 747-400​ aircraft are meant for outright sale, the executives said, requesting anonymity.

Sale of the five 777-200s will alone fetch the carrier $500 million, and the 747s are expected to fetch $30 million each, they said.

Air India has also sought the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) approval for a special arrangement to treat the company’s debt, if the carrier fails to pay dividends due to the banks within the prescribed eight-quarter limit.

The airline, which has a total debt of Rs. 43,777 crore, including loans and dues it owes to vendors such as oil companies and airport operators, is in the midst of a debt restructuring programme scripted by SBI Capital Markets Ltd.

Representatives of investment bankers and lenders said a final approval for the financial restructuring plan by RBI may happen next week.

The Air India executive said the carrier has repaid $800 million of loans since September 2007. “The sale-and-leaseback agreement is backed by the sovereign guarantee. While selling seven Boeing 787s, we will fetch a premium,” he said.

The first Boeing 787 plane will join Air India’s fleet by the end of this month. The delivery of that plane will be taken by the company selected for the sale-and-leaseback arrangement. The 787 will replace the routes being serviced by the 777s.

State Bank of India​ chairman Pratip Chaudhuri said Air India may not be able to make a profit to pay dividends on preference shares in the near term, and hence the carrier is asking for more time to pay the dividend.

Other lenders to Air India include Bank of India, Punjab National Bank​, Bank of Baroda​ and Central Bank of India​.

“The total outgo in terms of interest for Air India is Rs. 3,400 crore, including working capital and long-term loans. The debt restructuring will give them a relief of Rs. 1,000 crore. The selling of planes may yield more cushion,” said the consultant, who advises several airlines excluding Air India. “The real challenge is to bring back the passengers that they have lost to private carriers. They have to enhance their service levels and ensure reliability. It has to strike a balance between financial and operational turnaround.”

Apart from the financial restructuring programme, the airline has asked the government for an immediate equity infusion of Rs. 6,750 crore to tide over the crisis.

Air India is seeking a total equity support of Rs. 42,920 crore till fiscal 2021. The carrier also wants government guarantees for aircraft loans worth Rs. 30,584 crore till fiscal 2021, according to the latest plan submitted to the government.

Indian airlines are set to post a record loss of $2.5 billion on a total projected revenue of $10 billion this fiscal year, according to the estimates of Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (Capa). Private airlines, excluding IndiGo, will account for $600 million of that loss; the rest will be borne by Air India, according to Capa.

Private Airlines Cheap Flights

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 Private airlines in India have often complained that they are forced to operate unviable routes by the government. Some have even demanded subsidies to maintain connectivity.

Their wish may be one step closer to reality. A Bloomberg report on Monday said the Union civil aviation ministry has mooted a Rs.100 crore fund to help airlines for this purpose.

Seen dispassionately, there is no reason why private individuals— airlines and flyers— should be subsidized in any manner. There may be some logic in trying to maintain connectivity between remote parts of the country and better- connected transport hubs. But surely there can be other ways to do that, instead of giving in to the demand of private airlines. Another problem in such schemes is that when implemented, they always lead to runaway financial expenditures that seldom benefit those for whom it is meant in the first place.

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