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									ROBERT JOBSEEKER
1594 Philippi Road • Manvel, ND 58256 • (555) 555-5555 • jobseeker@infi.net SUMMARY:
A talented, accomplished, and award-winning senior management professional with extensive skills and experience in the areas of Operations, Quality Assurance, Training, Safety, and Aircraft Maintenance. Proven ability to direct planning, logistics, and operations of domestic and international quality assurance and safety programs. Highly adept at developing, implementing, and leading training programs in variety of technical, personnel development, and quality assurance areas. Able to manage multi-million dollar budgets and oversee maintenance and control of multi-billion dollar equipment inventories. Familiar with planning and conducting audits and inspections, coordinating multiple projects simultaneously, and managing resources. Ability to bridge the gap between technical and non-technical personnel. Outstanding leadership, motivation, presentation, and communication skills.

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND:
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE 1980 – 2007 MAINTENANCE SQUADRON ACCESSORIES FLIGHT CHIEF (2001 – 2003) Responsible for directing maintenance and quality assurance operations, in the areas of Hydraulics, ElectroEnvironmental, and Fuel Cell. Managed staff of 50 across these three work centers.  Supervised, trained, and monitored activities of maintenance technicians in the maintenance of assigned aircraft, valued at more than $1 billion. Scheduled all maintenance crews.  Ensured all equipment in proper operating condition, maintained compliance with all federal, military, and industry safety regulations, and directing all safety programs.  Oversaw identification and repair of defective, faulty, or outdated equipment.  Inter-departmental / inter-agency liaison, coordinating activities with other maintenance areas.  Advised senior command of maintenance production and personnel issues. VIKING SPECIALIST FLIGHT SECTION CHIEF (1999 – 2001) Supervised maintenance operations, supporting 24 aircraft valued at more than $1.6 billion. Oversaw activities, training, and scheduling of 108 maintenance technicians across five sections. Organized and coordinated technicians for multiple deployments, frequently on less than 12 hours notice.  Maintained lowest documentation error rate in group, consistently below 1%.  Improved personnel training, maintaining 97% pass rate on career development tests (12% above standard).  Standardized critical 
								
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