Aircraft Propeller Engine Technicians are A/P licensed aircraft engine mechanics who have opted to specialize in maintaining turbo prop engines in commercial as well as helicopters. They work as a team responsible for the proper inspection, repair, testing, troubleshooting, disassembly, repair and overhaul of propeller driven turboprop engines.
Aircraft Propeller Mechanic CV Format
Daryl T. Feldman
Phone: (757) 411-5867
To work as an Aircraft Propeller Mechanic in an aircraft manufacturing company or a commercial airline with turboprop power aircraft
1998 – Present: Aircraft Propeller Mechanic “A” BAE Systems, plc, VA
- Conduct assigned engine part for troubleshooting test and disassembly for repair with the least supervision.
- Ensure that maintenance tools are in excellent condition at all times.
- Observe work shift schedules to ensure optimum productivity
- Comply with work rules and maintenance standards as mandated by engine manufacturer and engineering bulletins.
- Conduct testing and maintenance repair of turboprop engines on the BAE Jetstream aircraft in accordance with prescribed procedures and US-FAA requirements.
- Attend in-house training to improve work quality and productivity
Skills and Qualification
- Passed FAA certification as A/P aircraft mechanic in 2000, renewed in 2008
- 14 years experience as aircraft mechanic specializing in turboprop engines.
- Excellent command of automated aircraft parts inventory and job productivity systems.
- Excellent communication, social and interpersonal skills to work in a team
1999 – Present: In-house training on turboprop systems for the BAE aircraft and maintenance programs for its client airlines
1994– 1997: BS Aerospace Engineering, Florida Institute of Technology
Professional and Character References
To be furnished upon request