1. MATTHEW TOYODA
9049 E. 31st
Yuma, AZ 85365
(949) 400-4689 email@example.com
Mechanical and Technical Expertise • Managing, Leading, and Mentoring • Quality Assurance
Operational Safety • Operations and Performance Management • Personal Performance Counseling
Team Building Workforce Development • Financial Management• Decision Making • Problem Solving
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Highly motivated United States Marine Corps Veteran and skilled professional with proven experience in
the aircraft ground support equipment field and a current Secret Clearance. Excellent communication skills,
interacts easily with senior leadership, clients, subordinates and peers. Self-starter; experienced in handling
multiple assignments in highly pressured situations. Adapts well and moves forward in any position
assigned or accepted becoming a clear asset to the organization. Understands how the concepts of
continuous process improvement, lean and six sigma, green belt affect various levels of success. Willing to
travel and relocate; with a valid passport.
United States Marine Corps, Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron (MALS) June 2013 - Present
Quality Assurance Representative Inspector
Conducted 27 program and 70 work center audits throughout the MALS, F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
(JSF) and AV-8B Harrier operational squadrons.
Served as Program Monitor for 6 Naval Aviation Maintenance Programs, to include, Support
Equipment Planned Maintenance System, Aircraft Confined Space Entry Authority for 4 AV-8B
Organizational Activities, (JSF) F-35 Squadron, Plane Captain, Support Equipment Operator
Training and Licensing, and Support Equipment Tire and Wheel.
Managed the Intermediate level Support Equipment Quality Assurance Representatives; ensured
that training’s standards within “I” level support equipment were up to date and adhered to as per
policies, processes and procedures in accordance with technical directives.
Served as Maintenance Training Syllabus Sponsor, routed 138 Advance Skills Management (ASM)
change requests to ensure all maintenance tasks were properly aligned with the necessary training
standard and documentation requirements.
Coordinated with Training and Education Command to submit over 65 Phase II test change
requests, allowing more efficient test monitoring of maintenance tests by Quality Assurance
personnel throughout the Aviation Fleet Marine Corps Forces.
Created, Researched and Developed license qualifications for F-35 JSF Support Equipment, which
included, 13 ASM Task List Sign offs, 13 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Tests for F-35 (JSF) support
equipment and 13 Intermediate “I” Level Phase I operator courses.
Saved the Marine Corps over $150,000 dollars in man hours by developing phase 1 operator
courses for JSF support Equipment.
Provided support equipment training and licensing to all new personnel and annual refresher
training to over 800 maintenance personnel throughout the MALS.
Managed 14 MALS Quality Assurance Representatives within the technical, mechanical and
electrical fields; gathered and analyzed data used to create Maintenance Training Management and
Evaluation Program (MATMEP)
Inspected and Audited Support Equipment Training and Licensing, Support Equipment Planned
Maintenance Program VMX-22, Joint Strike Fighter F-35 Squadron at Edwards Air force Base
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United States Marine Corps, Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron (MALS) Jul 2008 – Nov 2009
Hazardous Materials Control and Management Technician
Researched, initiated, and completed the contract for Clean Harbors in order to reduce the Time
Replenish Reliability (TRR) within Airframe Tire and Wheel Work center; effectively decreased
the (TRR) by 75% reduction to ensure solid turnaround times for maintenance actions which
eliminated over 70 man hours per week.
Coordinated two spill clean ups aboard MCAS Miramar at the request of station environmental
Processed and shipped 20 bottles (over 500 pounds) of R-22 refrigerant, which resulted in a $5,000
recycle fee which was returned to the unit.
During the Commanding Generals Inspection, it was noted that MALS-11 Hazmat Program was a
well-managed program and received a personal note of excellence;completed monthly inspections
on 6 Divisions within MALS-11 and assisted
Served as Environmental Protection Specialist; responsible for weekly and monthly inspections of
7 squadrons on the flight line.
Implemented Environmental Management System by training and qualifying 750 Marines that
helped strengthen Federal Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Management,
Maintained Hazardous Materials (HM) Inventory and Authorized Use Lists for 6 Divisions and 7
Organizational Activity Squadrons aboard MCAS Miramar, San Diego while utilizing the
Consolidated Hazardous Material and Inventory Management Program (CHRIMP) techniques.
Naval Air Technical Training Center, Naval Air Station Pensacola FL. July 2001
Aircraft Maintenance Support Equipment Hydraulic/Pneumatic/ Structure mechanic Technician Course
Ground support Technician, Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit, Naval Air Station
Jacksonville, FL. Nov 2001
Aircraft Maintenance Support Equipment Hydraulic/Pneumatic/ Structure mechanic Aviation Technician
OSHA 10 Hour Safety Certification Jan 2015
Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Permit Air brakes/Combination/Passenger
Hazardous Material/Tanks/Doubles and Triples May2015
Quality Assurance Representative Training Certification June 2013
Airspeed Green Belt Advanced Course Aug 2013
Airspeed Yellow Belt Lean Six Sigma Course Apr 2013
Confined Space Entry Authority Certification June 2013
MCAS Miramar 24 HR Environmental May 2009
Management (Certificate) Department of Navy - 24HR HMC&M Technician Oct 2009
Supervisor (HMC&M) State of California Navy and Marine Corps Oct 2009
Certificate of Commendation for Hazardous Material Control &Management
Commendation Medal for (QAR) Quality Assurance Representative Oct 2014