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_ALEXANDER E. EARNEST _

1571 S.W. 85th Ave.


Pembroke Pines, Florida 33025
Tel. & Fax No. (954) 433-8047
Cell No. (954) 554-5917

CAREER OBJECTIVE:

_SEEKING A CHALLENGING POSITION IN THE AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE


INDUSTRY, _
_AS AN EXPERIENCE LICENSED AIRFRAME AND POWERPLANT MECHANIC WITH _
_EXPERIENCES TO INCLUDE QUALITY CONTROL POSITIONS, IN A PROFESSIONAL
_
_ENVIRONMENT._

EXPERIENCE:

Sept. 2002 a" Mar. 2010 Bombardier Aerospace a" Ft. Lauderdale,
Florida
Employed as _QI INSPECTOR / A & P MECHANIC_ working on Learjet,
Challenger, Global Express aircrafts. Performing duties on all
aspects concerning repairs, AD, SB, and service repairs as required
per customer request, with engine experienced.

May 2002 a" July 2002 Stuart Aviation Services a" Stuart, Florida
Employed as an _A & P MECHANIC_ WORKING ON BEECH KING & QUEEN AIR,
CESSNA 402, 421, SABERLINER-80, MERLIN III-C (SA227TT) AIRCRAFTS.
PERFORMING DUTIES ON ENGINE, LANDING GEAR, PRIMARY AND SECONDARY
FLIGHT CONTROL CHANGES, TO INCLUDE ANNUAL AND 100-HOUR INSPECTIONS.
Jan. 2001 - March 2002 Evergreen Air Center, Inc. a" Marana,
Arizona
Performing _DIRECT (A & P)_ duties on 747, 737, 727, MD-80, Airbus
300 series aircrafts on flight control, landing gear, engine remove
and replacement, also flight line duties of fueling, tire and brake
changes, ith towing responsibility on aircraft.

Nov. 2000 a" Jan. 2001 B & B Aircrafts Maintenance a" Marana,
Arizona
Performing _CONTRACTING (A & P)_ duties as required to maintenance
at FBO on 747, 737, 727, MD-80, Airbus 300 series aircrafts on flight
control, landing gear, engine remove and replacement, also flight line
duties of fueling, tire & brake changes, with towing responsibility on
aircraft.

April 2000 - Aug. 2000 Flight Safety International a" Vero Beach,
Florida
Employed as a _MECHANIC_ to perform maintenance, scheduled and
non-scheduled in shop & flight line on single & twin engine piper
aircraft.

Dec. 1994 - Mar. 2000 Lockheed Middle-East Services, International


Maintenance, Royal Saudi Air Force, K.S.A.
Employed as a _SUPERVISOR/A & P MECHANIC_ on the General Electric
CT-7 Turbo-prop engine shop. Supervisor of all in-shop repairs and
flight line trouble-shooting, also instructor and evaluator of engine
run training with OJT of CT-7 engines for Royal Saudi Air Force and
Lockheed Martin Middle-East Services personnel.
June 1990 - Nov. 1994 Autec Range Services - Andros Island, Bahamas
Employed as a Sikorsky H-3 G/H Helicopter_ __MECHANIC_ to perform
all maintenance duties required of a licensed A & P Mechanic in
conjunction with Naval Maintenance Procedures (4790). Also, Beech
1900 Turboprop aircrafts.
Jan. 1989 - Oct. 1989 Haverfield, Inc. a" Miami, Florida
Employed as a _MECHANIC _on Hughes/Donnell- Douglas Helicopter 369
D/E to perform all duties involved in maintenance and repair, on site
and hanger locations.

Aug. 1987 - Dec. 1988 Lockheed-Arabia VIP 1st Squadron - Saudi


Arabia
Employed as a _SUPVR./MECHANIC _of Maintenance on Gulfstream III,
Jetstar (dash 8) and CASA CN 235 aircraft. Also served as the VIP
Special Flight's Engine Specialist and on G.E. CT-7 Engines.

May 1986 - June 1987 General Electric Small Engine Business Group -
Spain
Employed as a _FIELD REPRESENTATIVE_ on the CT7-5 and CT also
performed duties of Customer Support at site areas, National and
International.

Jan. 1984 - Dec. 1985 Crossair AG - Switzerland


Employed as _DEPUTY SUPERVISOR_ of Maintenance on Metro III and
Saab-Fairchild 340 aircraft. Performed Maintenance in hanger and
flight line operations.

Mar. 1983 - Dec. 1983 National Florida Airlines - Daytona Beach,


Florida
Employed as a _MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR_ in charge of 10 people
performing maintenance on SA 226TC Metro IIA, SA 227 Metro III,
DHC-300 and Piper Chieftain aircraft, also an Engine Specialist on
the Jetstar aircraft (Pratt & Whitney 12-8 Engine), performing the
duties of an Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic for a private firm
under National Florida Airlines.

May 1980 - Dec. 1982 Carib Aviation a" Miami, Florida


Employed as a _MECHANIC SUPERVISOR_ on rotor and fixed wing
aircraft. Also possess experience on the Hughes 500 and 300
Helicopters and the single and multi-engine Piper and Cessna
aircraft.
Aug. 1979 - May 1980 Airlift International a" MIA, Florida
Employed as _HANGER AND LINE MAINTENANCE __man_ working on 727-100
series, DC-8-33, 54 and 62 series.

Aug. 1974 - Aug. 1977 U.S. Army


Sergeant in charge of maintenance team for AH-1G/S/Q Huey "Cobra"
helicopters, Hanger and Flight line duties.

EDUCATION:

Jan. 1978 - Aug. 1979 _ASSOCIATE DECREE IN SCIENCE OF AVIATION


MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY, TO INCLUDE AIRFRAME AND POWERPLANT LICENSE AT
EMBRY-RIDDLE AERONAUTICAL UNIVERSITY, DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA, U.S.A._

ADDITIONAL TRAINING: (Factory Schools at locations)

Aug. 2009 LR60 - Maintenance Initial Course

Nov. 1996 14SF Line Maintenance, Hamilton Standard Propeller

July 1994 Sikorsky S61N Airframe and Powerplant Maintenance

May 1989 McDonnell-Douglas Helicopter 369 D/E Maintenance Training


July 1988 Gulfstream III Maintenance Initial (1159)
Nov. 1986 CASA CN235 Maintenance Initial
May 1986 CT-7 Turboprop Engine Inter. Maintenance
May 1984 Saab-Fairchild 340 Maintenance Initial
Jan. 1984 SA227AC Metro III Maintenance Initial
Jan. 1984 GE CT7-5A Turbine School
May 1983 SA226TC Metro IIA Maintenance School
Oct. 1981 Navajo Maintenance Initial
REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST (Professional and Personal)