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PROFESSIONAL PROFILE:
 Track record for meeting timelines and exceeding expectations with strong attention to detail.
 Strong leader, who develops productive teams, accomplishes objectives and grows business.
 Bilingual Spanish communicator who listens well and asks questions to understand and accomplish vision.
 Skilled in analysis of processes and systems resulting in increased efficiency.
 Dedicated team player committed to high quality and superior support to clients and vendors.
EXPERIENCE:
RCD Project Coordinator/ Maintenance Supervisor – Schlumberger, M I Swaco,Houston, TX 05/2012 to 01/2015
 Allocate all RCD assets and related equipment for current jobs, future jobs and transfers.
 Project maintenance for upcoming jobs and maintaining ready backups for ongoing jobs.
 Negotiate quotes from vendors for the purchase of shop stock and specialized fabrication in order to reduce cost.
 Launched the HOLD RCD Torque tool with instruction manual; made available for sale to overseas districts.
 Assign up to five RCD operators with tasks to complete job requirements.
 Developed maintenance documents for specialized equipment.
 Actively participate in building and testing equipment for delivery to clients or to identify design improvement, R&D.
 Visit international locations and assist in shop setup and maintenance program implementation of standards and testing,
including training personnel on HOLD equipment.
 Work closely with Sustaining Engineer Manager in development of maintenance documents and testing procedures
 Enforced the Quality Control Standards for all RCD items on the facility generating documentation of maintenance and
procedures for review and verification.
 Order replacement parts and hardware with local vendors, including sourcing maintenance of parts to vendors using
engineering documents and specifications.
 Participate in root cause analysis by providing maintenance findings on failed and high functioning equipment.
 Assist design engineering for product improvement by providing feedback acquired through the maintenance process.
 Developed and maintained a quality assurance program and tracking of equipment including checklist for equipment, tag
system to identify equipment status and segregating serviceable and non-serviceable equipment.
Technical Inspector, MWO –AFMA Contract: Computer Science Corp, DynCorp, AFMA, Ft Hood TX 08/2009 to 05/2012
 Verified installation of modification work orders (MWOs) for new and/or improved capabilities of electrical and/or structural
aircraft components on the following airframes: UH-60A/L, AH-64A/D, CH-47D, UH-1H, and OH-58A/C/D.
 Inspected aircraft components to include pumps, radios, control heads and wiring according to drawings, blueprints,
directives, technical manuals and safety procedures.
 Troubleshot aircraft radio and avionics systems, to include wire ring-out and component replacement.
 Consulted with engineering on go/no-go criteria of aircraft components and systems
 Helped develop and maintain a quality assurance surveillance program.
 Conduct inspections at all stages of work from pre-initial entry to post test flight on rotary-wing aircraft.
Lead Helicopter Mechanic – AFMD Contractor: Defense Support Service, Computer Sciences Corp, CSC, Savannah GA 02/2009 to 08/2009
 Lead mechanic on a team of up to ten members, working all aspects of RESET maintenance.
 Assembled and installed rigging and control assemblies and systems that activated aircraft struc tures such as stabilator,
electro- mechanical servos and flight controls according to specifications.
 Maintained all shop sets used by three RESET teams including calibrated precision instruments and special tools.
 Installed mechanical linkages, actuators, cables, and electrical wiring system and aircraft accessories.
Blade Paint Shop Supervisor - AFMD Contractor: Defense Support Service, DS2, Balad, Iraq 08/2008 to 02/2009
 Acted as sole on-site company representative for Payroll/accountability functions, Human Resources, tool and inventory
control, Quality, Safety, ISO9001 standards, Training, enforcement of policies and SOPs including disciplinary actions.
 Maintained accountability of $5.5 million of aircraft parts and $1 million in shop assets including calibrated precision
instruments.
 Maintained daily interface with the customer and government representatives concerning product quality, special repairs,
serviceability, availability, and logistical movement of completed product in a fluid high stress combat work environment.
JOSEPH QUDDUS HINKLE
319 Coventry Lane, Alvin Texas, 77511, (254) 577-0534, qhinkle@gmail.com
Helicopter Mechanic - AFMD Contractor: Defense Support Service, D2S, Savannah GA 02/2008 to 08/2008
 Proficient in H-60 rigging and troubleshooting.
 Conducted scheduled & unscheduled maintenance, component replacement, and trouble shooting on UH-60 helicopters.
 Familiar with operation of and maintenance on aviation ground support equipment (GSE) such as overhead crane and tug.
 Familiar with forms and records required for maintenance of aircraft and other associated DA Pams and manuals.
Voluntarily unemployed for a period of four months upon return from overseas deployment
Technical Inspector - L-3 Vertex, Udari/ Arifjan, Kuwait 09/2006 to 11/2007
 Served at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, as a Technical Inspector who planned, performed & coordinated quality assurance
activities.
 Reviewed, analyzed & interpreted regulations, publications, & directives pertinent to quality systems.
 Worked closely with engineering to assist with adjusting quality control & inspections requirements.
 Conducted Phase Maintenance, download and upload H-58s, H-60s, H-64s, and H-47s at APOD/SPOD.
 Worked directly with the customers QC/PC for ULLS-A migrations and aircraft historical records
Technical Inspector, Helicopter Mechanic - Defense Support Service, DS2, Soto Cano AB, Honduras, Savannah, GA 10/2001 to 09/2006
 Conduct various technical inspections on UH-60 helicopters including quality assurance.
 Responsible for all aspects for safety and quality in my assigned area.
 Manage and conduct scheduled and maintenance, component replacement, and trouble shooting on UH-60 helicopters.
 Supervised a team of up to ten members, assigning and managing all aspects of RESET maintenance.
 Good attention to detail in all aircraft forms and records required for flight.
Warehouse Operations Manager - Return Logistics International Corporation, Pooler, GA 3/2000 to 9/2001
 Maintained inventory of controlled substance for DEA ARCOS reporting.
 Interviewed, hired, reviewed, scheduled, maintained employee files, and assigned employees, report payroll.
 Enforced compliance of policies including company SOPs, DEA, EPA, OSHA, FDA, and PDMA regulations.
 Maintained direct contact with the DEA concerning controlled substance disposal issues.
 Responsible for recording/reporting all inbound and outbound shipments.
 Developed and wrote health, safety, and environmental programs for the company SOP.
Police Officer - Patrol Division, Savannah Police Department, Savannah, GA 9/1998 to 3/2000
 Use of clear communications and teamwork with officers has resulted in many arrests.
 Investigated cases including robbery, burglary, child abuse, theft, domestic disputes, and traffic.
 Trained as a safe vehicle operator with EVOC (Emergency Vehicle Operations Course)
 Clear and concise report writing skills.
Shipping and Converting Specialist - Union Camp Corporation, Savannah, GA 11/1996 to 9/1998
 Skilled with fork and clamp truck operations.
 Familiar with loading and unloading procedures to include reporting and inventory control.
Specialist (E-4) Promotable - United States Army 11/1990 to 11/1996
 Performed as a crew chief with more than 1680 logged flight hours in a UH-60 helicopter.
 Familiar with operation of and maintenance on aviation ground support equipment (GSE)
 Regularly performed all scheduled and non scheduled maintenance, including troubleshooting on the UH-60 helicopter.
EDUCATION:
 General Radiotelephone Operator License, FCC Registration No.(FRN) 0019416916, 2010
 Certificate, HAZWOPER, Camp Buehring, Kuwait, 2006
 Certificate, PBLE990921S, Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) course, 1998
 Central Texas College, Sixty Six hours, 1996
 Certificate, Helicopter Maintain Course, Ft. Eustis, Va. 1990

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Joseph Hinkle Resume 01_2015 Visual Resume

  • 1. PROFESSIONAL PROFILE:  Track record for meeting timelines and exceeding expectations with strong attention to detail.  Strong leader, who develops productive teams, accomplishes objectives and grows business.  Bilingual Spanish communicator who listens well and asks questions to understand and accomplish vision.  Skilled in analysis of processes and systems resulting in increased efficiency.  Dedicated team player committed to high quality and superior support to clients and vendors. EXPERIENCE: RCD Project Coordinator/ Maintenance Supervisor – Schlumberger, M I Swaco,Houston, TX 05/2012 to 01/2015  Allocate all RCD assets and related equipment for current jobs, future jobs and transfers.  Project maintenance for upcoming jobs and maintaining ready backups for ongoing jobs.  Negotiate quotes from vendors for the purchase of shop stock and specialized fabrication in order to reduce cost.  Launched the HOLD RCD Torque tool with instruction manual; made available for sale to overseas districts.  Assign up to five RCD operators with tasks to complete job requirements.  Developed maintenance documents for specialized equipment.  Actively participate in building and testing equipment for delivery to clients or to identify design improvement, R&D.  Visit international locations and assist in shop setup and maintenance program implementation of standards and testing, including training personnel on HOLD equipment.  Work closely with Sustaining Engineer Manager in development of maintenance documents and testing procedures  Enforced the Quality Control Standards for all RCD items on the facility generating documentation of maintenance and procedures for review and verification.  Order replacement parts and hardware with local vendors, including sourcing maintenance of parts to vendors using engineering documents and specifications.  Participate in root cause analysis by providing maintenance findings on failed and high functioning equipment.  Assist design engineering for product improvement by providing feedback acquired through the maintenance process.  Developed and maintained a quality assurance program and tracking of equipment including checklist for equipment, tag system to identify equipment status and segregating serviceable and non-serviceable equipment. Technical Inspector, MWO –AFMA Contract: Computer Science Corp, DynCorp, AFMA, Ft Hood TX 08/2009 to 05/2012  Verified installation of modification work orders (MWOs) for new and/or improved capabilities of electrical and/or structural aircraft components on the following airframes: UH-60A/L, AH-64A/D, CH-47D, UH-1H, and OH-58A/C/D.  Inspected aircraft components to include pumps, radios, control heads and wiring according to drawings, blueprints, directives, technical manuals and safety procedures.  Troubleshot aircraft radio and avionics systems, to include wire ring-out and component replacement.  Consulted with engineering on go/no-go criteria of aircraft components and systems  Helped develop and maintain a quality assurance surveillance program.  Conduct inspections at all stages of work from pre-initial entry to post test flight on rotary-wing aircraft. Lead Helicopter Mechanic – AFMD Contractor: Defense Support Service, Computer Sciences Corp, CSC, Savannah GA 02/2009 to 08/2009  Lead mechanic on a team of up to ten members, working all aspects of RESET maintenance.  Assembled and installed rigging and control assemblies and systems that activated aircraft struc tures such as stabilator, electro- mechanical servos and flight controls according to specifications.  Maintained all shop sets used by three RESET teams including calibrated precision instruments and special tools.  Installed mechanical linkages, actuators, cables, and electrical wiring system and aircraft accessories. Blade Paint Shop Supervisor - AFMD Contractor: Defense Support Service, DS2, Balad, Iraq 08/2008 to 02/2009  Acted as sole on-site company representative for Payroll/accountability functions, Human Resources, tool and inventory control, Quality, Safety, ISO9001 standards, Training, enforcement of policies and SOPs including disciplinary actions.  Maintained accountability of $5.5 million of aircraft parts and $1 million in shop assets including calibrated precision instruments.  Maintained daily interface with the customer and government representatives concerning product quality, special repairs, serviceability, availability, and logistical movement of completed product in a fluid high stress combat work environment. JOSEPH QUDDUS HINKLE 319 Coventry Lane, Alvin Texas, 77511, (254) 577-0534, qhinkle@gmail.com
  • 2. Helicopter Mechanic - AFMD Contractor: Defense Support Service, D2S, Savannah GA 02/2008 to 08/2008  Proficient in H-60 rigging and troubleshooting.  Conducted scheduled & unscheduled maintenance, component replacement, and trouble shooting on UH-60 helicopters.  Familiar with operation of and maintenance on aviation ground support equipment (GSE) such as overhead crane and tug.  Familiar with forms and records required for maintenance of aircraft and other associated DA Pams and manuals. Voluntarily unemployed for a period of four months upon return from overseas deployment Technical Inspector - L-3 Vertex, Udari/ Arifjan, Kuwait 09/2006 to 11/2007  Served at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, as a Technical Inspector who planned, performed & coordinated quality assurance activities.  Reviewed, analyzed & interpreted regulations, publications, & directives pertinent to quality systems.  Worked closely with engineering to assist with adjusting quality control & inspections requirements.  Conducted Phase Maintenance, download and upload H-58s, H-60s, H-64s, and H-47s at APOD/SPOD.  Worked directly with the customers QC/PC for ULLS-A migrations and aircraft historical records Technical Inspector, Helicopter Mechanic - Defense Support Service, DS2, Soto Cano AB, Honduras, Savannah, GA 10/2001 to 09/2006  Conduct various technical inspections on UH-60 helicopters including quality assurance.  Responsible for all aspects for safety and quality in my assigned area.  Manage and conduct scheduled and maintenance, component replacement, and trouble shooting on UH-60 helicopters.  Supervised a team of up to ten members, assigning and managing all aspects of RESET maintenance.  Good attention to detail in all aircraft forms and records required for flight. Warehouse Operations Manager - Return Logistics International Corporation, Pooler, GA 3/2000 to 9/2001  Maintained inventory of controlled substance for DEA ARCOS reporting.  Interviewed, hired, reviewed, scheduled, maintained employee files, and assigned employees, report payroll.  Enforced compliance of policies including company SOPs, DEA, EPA, OSHA, FDA, and PDMA regulations.  Maintained direct contact with the DEA concerning controlled substance disposal issues.  Responsible for recording/reporting all inbound and outbound shipments.  Developed and wrote health, safety, and environmental programs for the company SOP. Police Officer - Patrol Division, Savannah Police Department, Savannah, GA 9/1998 to 3/2000  Use of clear communications and teamwork with officers has resulted in many arrests.  Investigated cases including robbery, burglary, child abuse, theft, domestic disputes, and traffic.  Trained as a safe vehicle operator with EVOC (Emergency Vehicle Operations Course)  Clear and concise report writing skills. Shipping and Converting Specialist - Union Camp Corporation, Savannah, GA 11/1996 to 9/1998  Skilled with fork and clamp truck operations.  Familiar with loading and unloading procedures to include reporting and inventory control. Specialist (E-4) Promotable - United States Army 11/1990 to 11/1996  Performed as a crew chief with more than 1680 logged flight hours in a UH-60 helicopter.  Familiar with operation of and maintenance on aviation ground support equipment (GSE)  Regularly performed all scheduled and non scheduled maintenance, including troubleshooting on the UH-60 helicopter. EDUCATION:  General Radiotelephone Operator License, FCC Registration No.(FRN) 0019416916, 2010  Certificate, HAZWOPER, Camp Buehring, Kuwait, 2006  Certificate, PBLE990921S, Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) course, 1998  Central Texas College, Sixty Six hours, 1996  Certificate, Helicopter Maintain Course, Ft. Eustis, Va. 1990