Email / Phone Number: firstname.lastname@example.org; +1 601 317 6175
Total Time: 6000
PIC Time: 2000+
Multi Time: 3550
Turbine Time: 3550
Float Time: 0
Valid IFR / Multi IFR?: Yes
ATPL (Yes/No): US FAA ATP
Current PPC / Types: EMB 145 SIC
[b]When able to start new job: Need about 2 weeks notice.
[b]Willing to relocate? (Yes/No): Yes
[b]Legally able to work in Canada? (Yes/No): Would require sponsorship.
[b]Cut and Paste Resume here:
Experienced pilot and aerospace engineer with a wide variety of work experience on commercial airplanes. A well organized, cooperative, team player that can multi-task in a challenging environment and a pilot with extensive worldwide travel experience.
As of 1MAR17
TOTAL: 5710 Command: 2140 Multi-Crew: 3558
Turbine: 3558 Multi-Engine: 3672 Cross-Country: 4207
Jet: 2780 Night: 775 Instrument: 260
United States ATP, Class I Medical, FCC Restricted Radio Operator’s Permit, Current U.S. Passport. Flight Instructor’s Certificate: Multi-Engine, Single-Engine, Instrument.
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY - Tempe, AZ USA
B.S.E., Mechanical Engineering Degree, December 1995.
FLIGHTS FOR LIFE – Phoenix, AZ USA
Volunteer Pilot (Un-paid)
• Fly volunteer missions delivering blood to various parts of Arizona.
• Handle all aspects of operating aircraft.
• Plan flights and file flight plans for flights.
• Handle coordination and pick-up of cargo.
UXMAL REALTY – Chandler, AZ USA
Real Estate Investor
• Lead investor for acquisitions.
• Person in charge of property evaluation. Helped determine and obtain three properties.
• Responsible for obtaining budget information on single family flips.
• Responsible for finding sub vendors to help with home repair.
• Attend meetings with other investors.
TRANSPAC AVIATION ACADEMY – Phoenix, AZ USA
• Work in a dynamic environment providing ground and flight instruction.
• Brief students on lessons to be performed.
• Supervise students during exterior aircraft assessment, and weight and balance calculations.
• Evaluate student performance.
• Orally quiz students.
• Dress professionally, maintain company grooming standards, attend meetings and keep company manuals updated.
EXPRESSJET AIRLINES – Atlanta, GA USA
EMB 135 and 145 First Officer
• Took turns as Pilot Flying with the Captain.
• Conducted exterior airplane assessment.
• Helped in keeping flights on time.
• Saved airline fuel costs by choosing alternative routing.
• Helped flight attendant save time by aiding in the cleanup of airplane cabin.
GRAND CANYON AIRLINES – Grand Canyon, AZ USA
DHC-6-300 First Officer
• Took turns as Pilot Flying with the Captain.
• Obtained updated weather information, engine takeoff settings, checked weight and balance.
• Filed and opened flight plans.
• Ran and updated tour system during flight.
SAWYER AVIATION - Scottsdale, AZ USA
• Taught students pilots with a variety of backgrounds.
• Monitored and logged student progress, signed off students for flight review.
• Coordinated with the FAA in order to meet instruction guidelines.
• Evaluated student performance.
SELF-EMPLOYED - Chandler, AZ USA
Patent Research and Marketing
• Wrote detailed description of my idea and submitted it to a patent agent.
• Coordinated with an electrical engineer for technical detail.
• Researched radio-manufacturing companies that would be interested in using my patent.
• Exchanged confidentiality agreements with legal representatives of interested companies.
• Gave written submissions on the benefits of using my patent to receptive companies.
HONEYWELL - Phoenix, AZ USA
• Tested flight planning behavior of Honeywell avionics for the Boeing 757, 767, MD90, MD11, Airbus 320 and Cessna airplanes.
• Developed and edited test scenarios and scripts.
• Coordinated with software developers in regards to avionics problems.
• Conducted lab tests to record airplane responses.
• Researched aircraft systems behavior with respect to previous software builds.
• Lead integration meetings between various engineering groups in our department.
• Resolved issues and tight deadlines by using good problem solving skills.
BOEING COMMERCIAL AIRPLANE GROUP - Long Beach, CA USA
• Responsible for testing Douglas Commercial Airplane systems and avionics.
• Interfaced with system level engineering groups, management, customers and the
• Coordination efforts included scheduling, vendor unit requests, test equipment
availability assurances and defining test parameters.
Aircraft Systems: Aerospace engineering background has exposed me to transport jet airplane systems.
Avionics: Familiar with commercial jet flight displays, autopilots and flight management systems.
Interpersonal: Strong background in dealing with coworkers of different groups, job functions and teams.
Teaching: Certified in technical training for aviation. However, this skill has been applied to training new coworkers in my engineering discipline.
PATENT United States Patent Number 6,308,052 B1.
“A Real Cross-Country. Putting Your Skills to the Test,” AOPA Flight Training, February 2000, Pp. 50-51.
“Flying Phoenix Sky Harbor. Tips from an Insider,” SW Aviator, October/November 2000, Pp. 6-8.
“Escape From L.A.,” SW Aviator, March/April 2004, Pp. 20-23.
Flights for Life.
National Association of Flight Instructors.
Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals.
REFERENCES Available upon request.
PERSONAL Willing to relocate, work during major holidays, work during odd hours.