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GARY CHRISTOPHER HART
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE & PNEUDRAULICS SPECIALIST | SECTION MANAGER
Sara Compound, Dhahran 31932 K.S.A. | m: 0096 65 0602 7796 | e: firstname.lastname@example.org
MAINTENANCE PLANNING & SCHEDULING | RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT | TECHNICAL TRAINER | COMMUNICATIONS
PROJECT MANAGEMENT | PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS | SAFETY STANDARDS | TEAM PERFORMANCE | KPIS
DEFENCE ENVIRONMENTS | QUALIFIED AIRCRAFT TECHNICIAN | REMOTE HAZARDOUS TEST FACILITY EXPERIENCE
Management-level Aircraft Technician with 34
years’ maintenance experience as an
airframes and engine fitter – 21 years’ within the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
Received rapid promotion and acknowledgement for outstanding performance.
Goal oriented and resourceful, demonstrating perceptive problem solving and
diagnostic skills, exceptional personal and team standards and commitment to
delivering quality outcomes. Excellent time management managing up to 40 staff,
skilfully balances conflicting priorities to meet business and customer requirements.
Knowledge and experience include:
Bill of Materials Planning
Regulations & Compliance
Status Review & Evaluation
Analysis & Reporting
Maintenance Cost Controls
Risk Assessment & Reviews
Product Safety Issues/Reporting
TECHNICAL TRAINER – MAINTENANCE AND PNEUDRAULICS SPECIALIST: BAE SYSTEMS SAUDI ARABIA 2001-PRESENT
TEAM LEADER – ENGINE ACCESSORIES SECTION | REMOTE HAZARDOUS TEST FACILITY: RAAF 1999-2001
INDEPENDENT INSPECTOR | TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATOR: RAAF 1998-1999
LOGISTICS ENGINEER: RAAF 1997-1998
LOGISTICS ASSESSOR: RAAF 1995-1997
MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING ANALYSIS: RAAF 1994-1995
21-years’ experience conducting Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) planning and scheduling, disassembly, inspection
and testing, assembly, functional testing and flight testing on F-111 aircraft | 13-years’ experience on Tornado aircraft
AIRCRAFT: F-111 and Tornado
As SNCOi/c of the F -111 Engine Accessories Section (EAS), developed access based database to support efficient scheduling
of the F-111 Main Fuel Control (MFCU) and Afterburner Fuel Control Units (AFBCU) – requiring extensive lead times of 6
weeks for Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul and 2-4 weeks for testing.
At commencement of tenure, quickly moved from only 1 variant for the MFCU (P103), to 5 variants (P107, P108, P108RA,
P109, and the P109RA), with the access database greatly enhancing the sections ability to meet maintenance deadlines.
Accountable for identifying work and components required to MFCU and ABFCU, assigning correct worksheet packages and
checking the BOM for spares and modification requirements.
“…confident manager who makes
sound, logical decisions … commands
respect from his team members due to
the professional manner in which he
conducts business … does not accept
poor performance and works hard on
maintaining productivity … his positive
attitude is infectious …”
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BILL OF MATERIALS:
Wrote draft Modifications and Special Technical Instructions, guaranteeing accuracy of technical content.
Allocated trades and man hours per trade, ensuring technical capability (tools, component test rigs, more) and writing up
BOM list to sufficient spares to accomplish Modifications or Special Technical Instructions.
Responded to multi technical requests for component life extensions, obsolete component replacements, publication
amendments and more, daily resolving issues through reading and interpreting Aircraft Manual and Engineering drawings
and liaising with RAAF officers to achieve productive outcomes.
Led development of Logistics Support Analysis Record supporting the F-111, Iroquois and Chinook aircraft and used for
documenting operations and maintenance requirements task analysis.
Reviewed Annual Maintenance Plan (AMP) for upcoming year, advancing recommendations on potential shortfalls and
identifying critical areas, estimating manpower capability and ensuring availability of test equipment and spares.
Significantly increased section’s production and overall output of Remote Hazardous Test Facility through identifying and
changing operational format to two-shifts.
ADVANCED DIPLOMA OF AVIATION MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT (MECHANICAL)
ASSOCIATE DIPLOMA IN AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING (AIRFRAMES)
DIPLOMA IN AEROSKILLS (MECHANICAL)
CERTIFICATE IV IN FRONTLINE MANAGEMENT
ASSIGNED AUTHORITY: LOGISTICS ENGINEER
TECHNICAL TRAINING: Hydraulic System Operator | Ground Handling | Airframes | Pneudraulic System ILM | Fuel Cell ILM |
Flight Control Rigging | Environmental System ILM | Engine Systems OLM | Engine Systems DLM | Advanced Certificate in Fluid
COURSES: Instructional Techniques | Logistics Engineer Support | Logistics Assessor
BAE SYSTEMS SAUDI ARABIA 2001 – Present
BAE Systems global aerospace, defence and security company operates world-wide providing electronics, IT, security and support services to
land, air and naval forces. BAE Systems Saudi Arabia is accountable for delivering cost-effective solutions working in partnership with Saudi
TECHNICAL TRAINER | PNEUDRAULIC SPECIALIST (2008-Present) |
TECHNICAL TRAINER | AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST (2001-2008)
Recruited to deliver one-on-one, hands-on training as both Pneudraulics Specialist and Aircraft Maintenance Specialist on the
Tornado aircraft working with BAE under contract to the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF).
Pneudraulic/Maintenance Specialist: Conducted deep-level maintenance on Tornado Aircraft – fault finding, servicing,
integrating modifications, writing detailed reports on defect components, Time Compliant Technical Orders, and more.
Technical Trainer: Trained and mentored 10 fully qualified aircraft technicians – a process requiring 4 to 5 years consistent
quality preparation and education, and professional commitment to delivering the level of instruction required.
Specialist Training: Provide expert specialist training to the Royal Saudi Air Force technical personnel, and technical assistance
to a range of agencies.
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Management Support: Accountable for back-up and support for permanent
supervisor in overseeing the day-to-day running of the workshop and liaising
with management to resolve issues as required.
Critical Fault Resolution: Resolved unprecedented, major double-failure
affecting test benches, calling upon extensive fault-finding, research and
problem solving skills. Demonstrated calm, focused team support and guidance,
and excellent communication and conciliation skills in liaising with and briefing
RSAF management on changing status.
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE (RAAF) 1980 – 2001
Providing air force capability within the Australian Defence Force, both within Australia and overseas
TEAM LEADER: ENGINE ACCESSORIES SECTION | REMOTE HAZARDOUS TEST FACILITY (1999-2001)
Accountable for 17-person Aircraft Technician’s team, comprising both civilian and RAAF personnel, coordinating F-111
production and operating at the level of middle management.
Accountability: Coordinated repair, overhaul, fault finding, troubleshooting, testing and production of a broad range of
engine accessory and fuel control components for the Engine Component Maintenance Flight and serviceable stock. Read
and interpreted technical data.
Maintenance: Supported on-time maintenance through developing an Access-based database assisting in the scheduling of
maintenance and testing of the F-111 Main Fuel Control Units and Afterburner Fuel Control Units.
Production Scheduling: Increased efficiency and productivity through identifying key priorities to efficiently schedule
production, liaising closely with Planning Section and stakeholders.
Performance: Received rapid promotion to middle management role of Sergeant due to commitment to quality performance
and supporting change strategies, for strong organisational management and motivating team leadership. Jointly performed
Trade Progression Inspector and Independent Inspector duties.
Logistics Management: Operated independently within Strike Reconnaissance Logistics Management role, providing policy
and technical advice.
FURTHER RAAF HISTORY
INDEPENDENT INSPECTOR | TECHNICAL ADMINISTRATOR (1998-1999)
Co-ordinated repair, overhaul and testing of F111 airframe components, also functioning as independent Inspector.
Directed day-to-day activities for up to 40 staff working in a team-based, workshop environment handling the repair,
overhaul, fault finding, troubleshooting and testing of airframe accessories.
LOGISTICS ENGINEER (1997-1998)
Supervisor providing policy and technical advice on F111 maintenance requirements, maintaining stringent engineering and
Selected as a member of a team of specialists to develop a training package for the new Standard Defence Supply System
(SDSS) computer program, accountable for teaching this package at multiple bases.
LOGISTICS ASSESSOR (1995-1997)
Supervised purchase of components and co-ordinated and assessed aircraft spares.
MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING ANALYSIS (1994-1995)
Day-to-day organisation of Logistics Support Analysis Record Construction | Supervised 12 civilian personnel.
Nationality: United Kingdom | Citizenship: Australian | DOB: 18 March 1963
“…demanding position which carries
with it considerable responsibility …
very capable of meeting the
demanding workload… willingly takes
ownership of issues and works tirelessly
toward developing solutions …
provided leadership during this difficult
period, managing his section to ensure
change was accommodated…”