Aircraft technicians work for airline companies, airports, private airplane owners, or the military. Aircraft technicians make sure that all airplanes and other aircrafts are in good condition before they take off or before they are used. They carefully inspect all parts of the aircraft to determine if there are any damages or lose parts of the aircraft. They repair aircrafts and replace or tighten parts of the aircraft to prevent any mishap due to mechanical failure. Aircraft technicians must inspect aircrafts from the outside to the inside and inform authorities if certain aircrafts are not fit for use due to extensive repair needed.
Sample Aircraft Technician CV Template
Greater Manchester, M26 5LX
Detail-oriented and efficient worker is searching for a position as an aircraft technician in a company where I can practice my skills and knowledge in keeping aircrafts in tip-top condition.
Summary of Qualification
- With four years of experience working as an aircraft technician.
- Adept at mechanics and familiar with all kinds of aircraft machinery.
- Excellent decision-making and troubleshooting skills.
- Strong educational background in mathematics and technical writing.
- Capable of working well under extreme weather conditions and time constraint.
Career Experience/Job History
2006 – Present: Aircraft Technician, UK Airlines
- Inspect aircrafts from the outside, inside, and underside to check for any defective parts or damage that need to be repaired.
- Perform needed repairs and part replacement before any flight.
- Determine if aircrafts are not fit for flight and inform authorities.
2003 – 2007: Certificate in Aircraft Technology, Manchester Aviation School
Professional reference will be furnished upon request.