The Aircraft Propeller Engine Technician is an aircraft engine mechanic specializing in turbo propeller type engines in small aircraft or helicopters. They work in a team to inspect, test, troubleshoot, repair and overhaul turboprop engines in both old and new aircraft as well as propeller systems in helicopters.
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Graham U. Singer
Guilford St., London, UK
To work as an Aircraft Propeller Mechanic in a large international airline
1998 – Present: Aircraft Propeller Mechanic “B”, Atlantic Propeller International, Bristol
- Undertake in-house training in the operations of turboprop engines and propeller designs for various aircraft types in the airline fleet.
- Under the testing, repair and overhaul of turbo prop engines and the Allison and Hamilton aircraft propeller systems.
- Evaluate, assess, inspect, disassemble and reassemble engine components parts repaired in accordance with engineering service bulletins, manufacturer’s manuals and UK-CAA directives and standards.
- Observe work shift schedule to ensure maximum productive time
- Wear prescribe uniforms and comply with operational procedures and safety regulations while in work premises
- Ensure that all tests rigs and tools are complete, properly calibrated and in top condition prior to commencing any repair or overhaul.
- Above average computer literacy to use automated aircraft maintenance parts inventory and job productivity systems.
- Above average communication and interpersonal skills to work in a team.
Cited Employee of the Year in 2001 to 2005 for perfect attendance and high output performance throughout each of these years
1996 – 1998: BS Mechanical Engineering (undergraduate), University of Bristol
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