1. William D Hein
2515 Northwoods Loop (360) 929-5983
Mount Vernon, WA 98273 firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMARY: Twenty two years of aviation electronics maintenance experience on Naval aircraft and their
electronic subassemblies. Five years experience coordinating the production efforts of 14
maintenance work centers performing maintenance on two different type aircraft. Ten years
experience as a front line manager and shop lead, supervising and training technicians and
providing leadership and guidance to over 200 personnel. Currently hold a Secret Clearance.
EXPERTISE: Production Control Quality Assurance Leadership
Curriculum Development Certified Instructor Training
Program Management Auditor Troubleshooting
Wiring Diagrams/Schematics Soldering Preventative Maintenance
Communications Equipment Theory of Operation Navigation Equipment
Military Experience: 1994 to Present
2010 to 2016 - Maintenance/Production Control
Directed the maintenance and logistics efforts of 14 production work centers comprising of 242
personnelin scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on 5 EA-6B and 42 EA-18G aircraft.
Personally trained and qualified 8 peers in all production control qualifications.
2009 to 2016 - Front Line Leader/Manager
Led and managed the professionaldevelopment and administrative aspects of3 avionics and
armament work centers.
2007 to 2010 - Electronic Attack Wing Commander Staff
Subject Matter Expert and avionics lead for the Pacific Coast EA-6B and EA-18G community.
Provided logistics support for 1,600 pieces of avionics equipment valued at $35 million.
Liaison with maintenance contractors for development/maintenance of avionics system
2006 to 2007 - Quality Assurance Representative
Performed quarterly audits of 42 programs for 13 work centers.
Cross trained and qualified on 8 specialties to include: airframes, electrical, environmental
systems,power plants,armament, egress systems,corrosion, and line handling.
Developed trend analysis techniques to identify and eliminate defects in aircraft wiring
2002 to 2006 - Avionics Shop Supervisor
Coordinated and work schedules for 18 technicians creating balanced shifts in the work center
Monitored and adjusted work priorities resulting in a more flexible and productive shop.
Managed and maintained over 200 pieces of classified equipment.
1999 to 2002 - Instructor
Trained selected Navy, Marine, Coast Guard, Air Force, Foreign National, and civilian personnel
in aeronautical, technical, and specialized aviation fields.
Developed curriculum and testing data base for common avionics material.
1994 to 1999 - Avionics Technician
Troubleshot,identified and corrected well over 5000 aircraft avionics discrepancies.
EDUCATION: BS in Professional Aeronautics, January 2011
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
Minor: Aviation Safety and Business Management
FCC license with Radar endorsement, December 2002
US Department of Labor Avionics Technician Journeyman Certificate