Resume du Jour – Ian Kevorkian – Healthcare Manager

Ian S. Kevorkian

Suffolk, VA 23434

docs1016@yahoo.com

 

OBJECTIVE:
Assistant Healthcare Manager (Formal Degree Field)

Aircraft Maintenance / Division Manager

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

 

  • 12 years, Mechanic (Diesel, Gasoline, and Jet Fuel Engines; Private/Commercial, Military)
  • 8 years, Mechanical Supervisor / Manager (Diesel, Gasoline, Jet Fuel Engines)
  • 4 years, United States Navy, E-4, Honorable Discharge: 11/06
  • 4 years, Plane Captain, Air Force (National and Foreign)
  • 5 years, Project Manager, Air Flight and Aeronautics Industry

 

PASSPORT:                 United States Citizen (11/08; Expires: 11/18)

WORK PREF.:             Hampton Roads, VA

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO:

 

02/12 – present, Flight Line Maintenance/Chief F-18, Manager

Kay, Inc., Buffalo Grove, IL

 

  • Supervised / scheduled 20 employees, 40 hours weekly, five days a week, two shifts for total of 800 man-hours weekly
  • Certified plane captain for launch / recovery (Kuwaiti Air Force); reporting to site and assistant manager daily
  • Division manager for day-to-day division operations; supervising 20 employees, including: scheduling, time-tracking; managing days off; training records, sick time, leave time, ensuring tasks completed by deadlines, reporting work progress to upper management, working with Kuwaiti Air Force and meeting with officers for progress, documenting work, managing daily flight operations
  • Managed oversight of shop supplies budget; provide employee safety training and ensuring safety compliance twice monthly to approximately 20 employees per training session
  • Responsible for performing pre-flight inspections daily on cockpit and aircraft (each valued at ~$28M, for ~30 total) before pilots arrive; resulting in 98% pre-flight ‘no mechanical issues’
  • Communicate with Kuwaiti Air Force 4-8 officers, pilots, and team-members to ensure aircraft safe for flight; park aircraft, liaise with pilots for any in-flight issues
  • Manage/complete post-flight turnarounds, including: servicing engine and amad with oil, diving intakes, inspecting cockpit / aircraft for damaged, missing, loose, broken parts; hot / cold fueling, defueling of aircraft, documenting post-flight turnarounds and any damage to aircraft; perform wash jobs, aircraft towing
  • Responsible for communicating with the Kuwaiti Air Force reps to ensure work satisfaction for plane captains; provide daily management reports
  • Improved margin for errors during inspections resulting in overhead savings for maintenance and man-hours

 

11/08 – 02/12, F-18 E/F Aircraft Servicer, Plane Captain

URS, Virginia Beach VA

 

  • Shift supervisor with 18 personal (backup), direct reports; schedule/manage crew responsible for performing pre-flight safety inspections including cockpit before pilots arrive; launched / recovered F-18 E/F aircraft; briefed pilots on aircraft pre/post flight
  • Responsible for park/perform post-flight turnaround of a post flight turnaround including: servicing engine and amad with oil, diving intakes, inspecting cockpit / aircraft for damaged, missing, loose, broken parts; hot / cold fueling, defueling of aircraft, documenting post-flight turnarounds and any damage to aircraft; perform wash jobs, aircraft towing
  • Responsible for performing pre-flight inspections daily on cockpit and aircraft (each valued at ~$28M, for ~45 total) for pilots; resulting in 98% pre-flight ‘no mechanical issues’

 

11/06 – 10/08, Service Technician/Prep Mechanic

United Rentals, Chesapeake VA

 

  • Managed four employees in engine / mechanic shop responsible for maintenance on diesel and gasoline construction rental equipment, inspection (for damage), including: servicing engine, hydraulic, transmission fluid, oil, and repairing damage; review/inspect engines, transmissions and hydraulic moving parts equipment, safety components before re-renting
  • Train and teach customers how to safely use equipment before renting
  • Certified operator for forklifts, boom lifts, reach forklifts, and elevated platform lifts

 

11/02 – 11/06, Jet Engine Mechanic/Technician/ F-18’s

United States Navy, USS Abraham Lincoln (2 deployments), Virginia Beach, VA

 

  • Night shift supervisor during last two years and shop tool petty officer
  • Responsible for removing, replacing, inspecting engines, engine mountings, airframe mountings, hydro-mechanical, pneumatically driven accessories, fuel lines, fuel pumps, fuel cells, generators; responsible for inspecting and completing safety checks on aircraft prior to launching to ensure aircraft safe for flight; trouble shoot issues with aircraft and resolved via using schematics, diagrams, and performing engine system checks; performed daily, weekly, 24-day and 360-day cycle phases/inspections

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 2014, Bachelor of Arts, Healthcare Administration, University of Phoenix, Phoenix AZ, GPA: 3.45; Courses: Health Care Vocabulary, Health Care Delivery in the US, Health & Disease, Human Resources in Health Care, Health Care Ethics & Social Responsibility, Heath Care Communications Strategies, Health Care Management. Heath Care Information Systems, Heath Care Consumer Trends & Marketing, Heath Care Financial Accounting, Heath Care Research Utilization, Public & Community Health, Heath Care Quality Management & Outcomes Analysis, Leadership & Performance Development, Human Nutrition, Heath Care Policy: The Past & the Future, Facility Planning, Legal Issues in Heath Care: Regulation & Compliance, Health Administration: Capstone
  • Diploma, Leslie High School, Leslie, MI

 

CAREER CERTIFICATIONS / COMPUTER:

 

 

  • 2006, CPR Certification, US Navy
  • 2006, First Aide Certification, US Navy
  • 2005, C-School, Oceana, Virginia Beach, VA
  • 2003, Publications & Schematics, Virginia Beach, VA
  • 2003, Introduction to Jet Engines, A-School, Pensacola, FL
  • 2002, Basic Maintenance, Pensacola, FL
  • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook

 

 

RECOGNITION / AWARDS:

 

 

  • 2011, Employee of the Month, URS, Va. Beach, VA
  • 2005, Sailor of the Quarter, United States Navy, Va. Beach, VA
  • 2004, Sailor of the Year, United States Navy, Va. Beach, VA

 

 

 

Key Words and Transferable Skills: Accounting, Administration, Aeronautics, Air Force, Aircraft, airframe, Analysis, Communications, Compliance, construction, CPR, defueling, diagrams, Diesel, Disease, engine, equipment, Ethics, F-18, Financial, flight, forklifts, fueling, Gasoline, generators, Healthcare, Human Resources, hydraulic, inspect / inspections, Jet, Leadership, Liaise / liaison, management, manager, Marketing, Mechanic, Navy, Nutrition, operations, pilots, pneumatic, Policy, post-flight, pre-flight, pumps, Regulation, repairing, reports, safety, schedule / scheduling, schematics, Strategies, Supervisor, teach, team-members, training

 

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Resume du Jour – Ian Kevorkian – Healthcare Manager

Ian S. Kevorkian

Suffolk, VA 23434

docs1016@yahoo.com

 

OBJECTIVE:
Assistant Healthcare Manager (Formal Degree Field)

Aircraft Maintenance / Division Manager

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

 

  • 12 years, Mechanic (Diesel, Gasoline, and Jet Fuel Engines; Private/Commercial, Military)
  • 8 years, Mechanical Supervisor / Manager (Diesel, Gasoline, Jet Fuel Engines)
  • 4 years, United States Navy, E-4, Honorable Discharge: 11/06
  • 4 years, Plane Captain, Air Force (National and Foreign)
  • 5 years, Project Manager, Air Flight and Aeronautics Industry

 

PASSPORT:                 United States Citizen (11/08; Expires: 11/18)

WORK PREF.:             Hampton Roads, VA

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO:

 

02/12 – present, Flight Line Maintenance/Chief F-18, Manager

Kay, Inc., Buffalo Grove, IL

 

  • Supervised / scheduled 20 employees, 40 hours weekly, five days a week, two shifts for total of 800 man-hours weekly
  • Certified plane captain for launch / recovery (Kuwaiti Air Force); reporting to site and assistant manager daily
  • Division manager for day-to-day division operations; supervising 20 employees, including: scheduling, time-tracking; managing days off; training records, sick time, leave time, ensuring tasks completed by deadlines, reporting work progress to upper management, working with Kuwaiti Air Force and meeting with officers for progress, documenting work, managing daily flight operations
  • Managed oversight of shop supplies budget; provide employee safety training and ensuring safety compliance twice monthly to approximately 20 employees per training session
  • Responsible for performing pre-flight inspections daily on cockpit and aircraft (each valued at ~$28M, for ~30 total) before pilots arrive; resulting in 98% pre-flight ‘no mechanical issues’
  • Communicate with Kuwaiti Air Force 4-8 officers, pilots, and team-members to ensure aircraft safe for flight; park aircraft, liaise with pilots for any in-flight issues
  • Manage/complete post-flight turnarounds, including: servicing engine and amad with oil, diving intakes, inspecting cockpit / aircraft for damaged, missing, loose, broken parts; hot / cold fueling, defueling of aircraft, documenting post-flight turnarounds and any damage to aircraft; perform wash jobs, aircraft towing
  • Responsible for communicating with the Kuwaiti Air Force reps to ensure work satisfaction for plane captains; provide daily management reports
  • Improved margin for errors during inspections resulting in overhead savings for maintenance and man-hours

 

11/08 – 02/12, F-18 E/F Aircraft Servicer, Plane Captain

URS, Virginia Beach VA

 

  • Shift supervisor with 18 personal (backup), direct reports; schedule/manage crew responsible for performing pre-flight safety inspections including cockpit before pilots arrive; launched / recovered F-18 E/F aircraft; briefed pilots on aircraft pre/post flight
  • Responsible for park/perform post-flight turnaround of a post flight turnaround including: servicing engine and amad with oil, diving intakes, inspecting cockpit / aircraft for damaged, missing, loose, broken parts; hot / cold fueling, defueling of aircraft, documenting post-flight turnarounds and any damage to aircraft; perform wash jobs, aircraft towing
  • Responsible for performing pre-flight inspections daily on cockpit and aircraft (each valued at ~$28M, for ~45 total) for pilots; resulting in 98% pre-flight ‘no mechanical issues’

 

11/06 – 10/08, Service Technician/Prep Mechanic

United Rentals, Chesapeake VA

 

  • Managed four employees in engine / mechanic shop responsible for maintenance on diesel and gasoline construction rental equipment, inspection (for damage), including: servicing engine, hydraulic, transmission fluid, oil, and repairing damage; review/inspect engines, transmissions and hydraulic moving parts equipment, safety components before re-renting
  • Train and teach customers how to safely use equipment before renting
  • Certified operator for forklifts, boom lifts, reach forklifts, and elevated platform lifts

 

11/02 – 11/06, Jet Engine Mechanic/Technician/ F-18’s

United States Navy, USS Abraham Lincoln (2 deployments), Virginia Beach, VA

 

  • Night shift supervisor during last two years and shop tool petty officer
  • Responsible for removing, replacing, inspecting engines, engine mountings, airframe mountings, hydro-mechanical, pneumatically driven accessories, fuel lines, fuel pumps, fuel cells, generators; responsible for inspecting and completing safety checks on aircraft prior to launching to ensure aircraft safe for flight; trouble shoot issues with aircraft and resolved via using schematics, diagrams, and performing engine system checks; performed daily, weekly, 24-day and 360-day cycle phases/inspections

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 2014, Bachelor of Arts, Healthcare Administration, University of Phoenix, Phoenix AZ, GPA: 3.45; Courses: Health Care Vocabulary, Health Care Delivery in the US, Health & Disease, Human Resources in Health Care, Health Care Ethics & Social Responsibility, Heath Care Communications Strategies, Health Care Management. Heath Care Information Systems, Heath Care Consumer Trends & Marketing, Heath Care Financial Accounting, Heath Care Research Utilization, Public & Community Health, Heath Care Quality Management & Outcomes Analysis, Leadership & Performance Development, Human Nutrition, Heath Care Policy: The Past & the Future, Facility Planning, Legal Issues in Heath Care: Regulation & Compliance, Health Administration: Capstone
  • Diploma, Leslie High School, Leslie, MI

 

CAREER CERTIFICATIONS / COMPUTER:

 

 

  • 2006, CPR Certification, US Navy
  • 2006, First Aide Certification, US Navy
  • 2005, C-School, Oceana, Virginia Beach, VA
  • 2003, Publications & Schematics, Virginia Beach, VA
  • 2003, Introduction to Jet Engines, A-School, Pensacola, FL
  • 2002, Basic Maintenance, Pensacola, FL
  • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook

 

 

RECOGNITION / AWARDS:

 

 

  • 2011, Employee of the Month, URS, Va. Beach, VA
  • 2005, Sailor of the Quarter, United States Navy, Va. Beach, VA
  • 2004, Sailor of the Year, United States Navy, Va. Beach, VA

 

 

 

Key Words and Transferable Skills: Accounting, Administration, Aeronautics, Air Force, Aircraft, airframe, Analysis, Communications, Compliance, construction, CPR, defueling, diagrams, Diesel, Disease, engine, equipment, Ethics, F-18, Financial, flight, forklifts, fueling, Gasoline, generators, Healthcare, Human Resources, hydraulic, inspect / inspections, Jet, Leadership, Liaise / liaison, management, manager, Marketing, Mechanic, Navy, Nutrition, operations, pilots, pneumatic, Policy, post-flight, pre-flight, pumps, Regulation, repairing, reports, safety, schedule / scheduling, schematics, Strategies, Supervisor, teach, team-members, training

 

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