Jordon Sale

Woking, Woking District, Surrey

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About me:

My name is Jordon Sale, I am an aircraft mechanic looking for the next step in my pathway to becoming a fully licenced aircraft engineer. I am well practised in major and casualty work on long haul aircraft, but have been fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to experience line maintenance, structural work, AOG’s, modifications and so much more on a wide variety of aircraft, which I have listed below.

With my own limited company, tools, transport and workwear, I am perfect candidate for temporary and permanent roles, both inside and outside of IR35. I am willing to travel or relocate for the right opportunity, and have spent my working career experiencing a number of different shift patterns and roles (including permanent night work).

Education:

Royal Aeronautical Society – 2020

Royal Aeronautical Society Level 3 Engineering Technician Standard.

Lufthansa Resource Technical Training (LRTT, now Resource Group) – 2017-2019

All CAA CAT A Modules (M1, M2, M3, M5, M6, M7, M9, M10, M11, M15, M17).

City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Aerospace and Aviation Engineering. 

City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Aviation Maintenance.

Godalming College - 2009-2011

A level in Computer Science (E) and Three-Dimensional Design (D)

AS level in Product Design (D), Computer Science (D), Geography (D), Mathematics (E) and Critical Thinking (D)

Woking high school - 2004-2009

GCSE A* grade in Design and Technology

GCSE A grade in Science, English Language, English Literature and Humanities

GCSE B grade in Mathematics, Additional Science, Digital Applications, Geography, Religious Studies and Physical Education 

GCSE D grade in Italian

Experience:

Airbus familiarity:

Airbus A319/20/21 – A-B checks, line maintenance and a small amount of casualty work. I have performed multiple jackings, weighs, manoeuvres and also prepared multiple aircraft for long term storage.

Airbus A330 – Basic familiarity and manoeuvres.

Airbus A350 – Basic familiarity and manoeuvres.

Airbus A380 – A-B checks, line maintenance and servicing, casualty work, multiple engine changes (Trent 900) and primary flight control diagnostics. I have performed multiple jackings, weighs and manoeuvres.

Boeing familiarity:

Boeing 737 – Basic familiarity, manoeuvres and minor maintenance.

Boeing 747 – A-D checks, line maintenance and servicing, casualty work, structural work, multiple engine changes (RB211), AOG experience and some experience preparing passenger variants for temporary cargo use. I have performed multiple jackings, weighs and manoeuvres. The 747, 777 and 787 are my top 3 “most worked aircraft”.

Boeing 757 – C-D checks, modifications, engine changes (RB211) and structural work on cargo variants of the 757.

Boeing 777 – A-D checks, line maintenance and servicing, casualty work, structural work and modifications, multiple engine changes (GE & RR), AOG experience and major flight control changes. The 747, 777 and 787 are my top 3 “most worked aircraft”.

Boeing 787 – A-D checks, line maintenance and servicing, casualty work, dozens of engine changes (Trent 1000), AOG experience, IFE and cabin configuration modifications. The 747, 777 and 787 are my top 3 “most worked aircraft”.

Additional information:

Rotorcraft: Theory, practical college experience and non-professional familiarity.

Qualifications in fuel tank safety, fire safety, airside security, GSAT, EWIS, ETOPS, MEWP, human factors, Boeing Elog First Aid and more.

Achieved all CAA CAT A modules.

CAP741 nearly complete to A standard, with experience on Airbus A319/A320/A321, Airbus A330, Airbus A350, Airbus A380, Boeing 737, Boeing 747, Boeing 757, Boeing 777, Boeing 787. Experience ranges from line to heavy maintenance.

Royal Aeronautical Society Level 3 Engineering Technician Standard.

City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Aerospace and Aviation Engineering. 

City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Aviation Maintenance.

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