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US Pilot Looking to Work In Canada

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 1:20 pm
by love_2_fly
Location: Southern USA
Email / Phone Number: love_2_fly@hotmail.com; +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.

OPERATING
EXPERIENCE
As of 1MAR17
(In Hours)

TOTAL: 5710 Command: 2140 Multi-Crew: 3558
Turbine: 3558 Multi-Engine: 3672 Cross-Country: 4207
Jet: 2780 Night: 775 Instrument: 260

DOCUMENTS

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.


EDUCATION

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY - Tempe, AZ USA
B.S.E., Mechanical Engineering Degree, December 1995.

RELEVANT
EXPERIENCE

FLIGHTS FOR LIFE – Phoenix, AZ USA
02/13-Present
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
11/08-Present
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.

12/16-04/17

TRANSPAC AVIATION ACADEMY – Phoenix, AZ USA
Flight Instructor
• 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
02/05-08/10
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
05/04-02/05
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
10/02-03/04

Flight Instructor
• 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
02/02-10/02
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
01/99-02/02
Engineer

• 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
07/96-09/98
Engineer

• Responsible for testing Douglas Commercial Airplane systems and avionics.
• Interfaced with system level engineering groups, management, customers and the
FAA.
• Coordination efforts included scheduling, vendor unit requests, test equipment
availability assurances and defining test parameters.

SKILLS

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.

PUBLICATIONS

“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.

CHARITIES
AND CLUBS

Flights for Life.
Flying Samaritans.
National Association of Flight Instructors.
Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals.
Toastmasters.

AVAILABILITY Negotiable.

REFERENCES Available upon request.

PERSONAL Willing to relocate, work during major holidays, work during odd hours.