Résumé

Aviation Experience
  • Commerical Single Engine & Multi-Engine Land Certificate with Instrument Rating
  • Certified Flight Instrument Instructor
  • Smalled Unmanned Aircraft System Certificate (Part 107)
  • Current Class II Medical
  • Complex Endorsement
  • Extensive Garmin and Avidyne Glass Cockpit Experience

 

Total Time: 579.3 Hours  Updated  12/13/17
Single Engine 488.9 Instrument (Sim/Actual) 52.4/30.5
Multi-Engine 42.4 Dual Given 258.1
Simulator 48.0 Cross Country 178.4
Night 51.9 Pilot in Command (PIC) 316.2
Professional Experience
Sunrise Aviation Lakeland, Florida
Certified Flight Instructor October 2017 – Present
  • Responsible for teaching students how to fly in a variety in a variety of settings using methods that include textbook education, simulators, and live flight training
University of North Dakota Aerospace Department Grand Forks, North Dakota
Certified Flight Instructor May 2017 – October 2017
  • Responsible for teaching students how to fly in a variety in a variety of settings using methods that include textbook education, simulators, and live flight training
University of North Dakota Department of Transportation Grand Forks, North Dakota
Driver/Trainer November 2013 – October 2017
  • Provide safe, reliable transportation as well as inspect, clean, and maintain fleet vehicles
  • Maintain professionalim
  • Provide great customer service
Minot Aero Center Minot, North Dakota
Line Technician July 2012 – August 2013
  • Provide excellent customer service to visiting pilots and passengers
  • Practice and enforce strict safety standards
Cirrus Design Duluth, Minnesota
Team Lead February 2007 – February 2009
  • Supervise the teams efforts to prepare all composite parts related to Cirrus Aircraft
  • Responsible for the setting and achievement of goals for production timeline while gaining technical knowledge of composite materials, bonding of materials, and internal components of Cirrus Aircraft
Military Experience
United States Air Force Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota
Office Manager May 2005 – February 2007
  • Supervised team of 10 individuals
  • Managed the operation, inspection, maintenance, check-out, and recieving of 51 vehicles within unit fleet
  • Designed and implemented a new electronically formatted database program for storing, editing, and managing records of 300 unit members.
Aircraft Mechanic – B-52H Bomber Specialty October 2003 – May 2005
  • Responsible for the maintenance of 35 B-52H aircraft at Minot Air Force Base including, hydraulic, mechanical, propulsion, safety, and all other aircraft systems
  • Maintained documentation and records of all flight and ground handling activities
United States Air Force Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri
Unit Safety Officer May 2002 – October 2003
  • Responsible for the safety reporting of the entire unit.
  • Reported to leadership on all safety aspects of day to day operations.
  • Developed safety related education plans.
Aircraft Mechanic – B-2A “Stealth” Bomber Specialty March 1999 – October 2003
  • Responsible for the maintenance of 14 B-2A aircraft at Whiteman Air Force Base including, hydraulic, mechanical, propulsion, safety, and all other aircraft systems
  • Maintained documentation and records of all flight and ground handling activities
Education
University of North Dakota August 2013 – May 2017
Bachelors of Science in Flight Education
Bachelors of Science in Unmanned Aicraft Systems

Community College of the Air Force April 2005 – February 2007
Associates of Applied Science in Aviation Maintenance Technology