John Sailor
101 Dry Dock Way, Norflok, VA 11111 (M) 757-777-7777 (H) 757-555-5555 jsailor@needajob.com

EDUCATION
1986 – 1993 BS Electrical Engineering Technology, University of the State of New York, Albany, New York; GPA 3.7

Experience
August 1979 to June 1999 United States Navy, Various Locations

January 1998 to June 1999 Maintenance Officer, VR-46, NAS Atlanta, GA Directed 5 managers, 12 supervisors, and over 200 personnel maintaining 3 C-9B/DC-9 aircraft valued at over $35,000,000 per aircraft. Planed, organized and managed all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance.

  • Planned simultaneous detachments in Europe and Japan supporting Department of Defense logistics movements.
  • Improved aircraft mission capable readiness by 94%.
  • Recognized by wing for leading one of the best maintenance departments within their organization.
  • Administered annual operation budget of over $3,000,000, an administration and training budget of over $13,000 and Support Equipment valued at over $50,000.
  • Selected as Junior Officer of the Year and as a finalist for Navy Reserve Association Junior Officer of the Year, 1998.

August 1995 to December 1997 Maintenance Officer, NAS Atlanta, GA Directed the maintenance efforts of 4 managers, 16 supervisors and 159 personnel. Administered annual training budget of $90,800.

  • Managed support equipment valued at over $50 million and intermediate maintenance facilities.
  • Introduced processes that achieved over $1,900,000 in cost avoidance while improving productivity. Savings were achieved through expanding repair capabilities and outsourcing repair and overhaul requirements vice replacement.
  • Developed quarterly leadership continuum training for upper and middle management.
  • Led Resource Quality Improvement Team.
  • Selected as NAS Atlanta Junior Officer of the Year, 1996.

June 1992 to July 1995 Maintenance Material Control Officer, NAS Point Mugu, CA Directed 3 managers, 16 supervisors, and 265 personnel maintaining 16 F/A-18 & F-14 aircraft valued at over $45,000,000 each.

  • Managed $4,000,000 support equipment readiness list.
  • Planned simultaneous detachments throughout country in support of the test and evaluation of new aircraft and various aircraft support systems. Coordinated all logistic, manpower and material support.
  • Led Process Action Team in the development of a consolidated squadron maintenance department.

February 1991 to May 1992 Material Control Officer & Quality Assurance Officer, NAS Cecil Field, FL Managed $2,500,000 support equipment readiness list. Administered $1,600,000 maintenance budget.

  • Coordinated all logistic and manpower support for a six aircraft detachments to Sigonella, Italy and Dalaman, Turkey.
  • Implemented quality improvements and led the maintenance department that was recognized as the best East Coast naval aviation maintenance department of that type aircraft for the year 1991.

March 1989 to December 1990 Senior Supervisor, Maintenance Control Chief, NAS Cecil Field, FL

  • Selected to receive a commission as an officer in the United States Navy via the most competitive commissioning program (approximately 7% of the applicants were selected).
  • Supervised over 180 personnel maintaining 12 F/A-18 aircraft valued at $45,000,000 per aircraft.

June 1986 to February 1989 Instructor, Master Training Specialist, NAS Cecil Field, FL Instructional Systems Development Specialist; Master Training Specialist

  • Managed curriculum development for over 100 technical maintenance courses.
  • Evaluated and trained over 160 instructors in teaching techniques and curriculum development.
  • Instructed maintenance courses for advanced automatic test equipment, computers, and aircraft avionics equipment.
  • Selected as Sailor and Instructor of the Year, 1987 from over 1,300 eligible.
  • Selected as one of four finalists as Chief of Naval Technical Training Command Sailor of the Year.
  • Advanced as an early candidate to Chief Petty Officer approximately three years ahead of contemporaries.

March 1983 to May 1986 Supervisor, Aviation Electronics, NAS Cecil Field, FL Supervised 12 personnel maintaining weapons and avionics systems for 12 A-7E aircraft valued at over $10,000,000 per aircraft.

  • Sustained superior performance led to selection as Sailor of the Quarter.

January 1981 to March 1983 Instructor, Assistant Instructor and Student, NAS Cecil Field, FL

  • Selected to become an instructor for advanced automated test equipment due to mastering subject and early promotion.
  • Completed multiple courses of instruction concerning Advanced Electronics and Automated Test Equipment maintenance.

August 1979 to December 1980 Student, RTC Orlando, FL and NATTC Millington, TN Completed Basic and Advanced Electronics Training.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite. Significant training and experience in Total Quality Management. Enjoy boating, golf, running, mountain-biking, and outdoor recreation.