Crew Chiefs inside...

Looking to change career fields or contemplating to request a new assignment? Here's where you find out if the grass really is greener on the other side...
  • Author
  • Message
Offline

shiz302

Forum Veteran

Forum Veteran

  • Posts: 679
  • Joined: 25 Dec 2003, 22:03

Unread post19 Jan 2006, 23:19

I'm filling out my resume and basically need some entries regarding my daily tasks.

  • Responsible for ground maintenance and quick turnaround during the flying day.
  • Responsible for crew and field safety.

Isn't gonna cut it!
WTH can I enter?
Ex 16 CC workin 'hawks.
Offline

F16z28

Enthusiast

Enthusiast

  • Posts: 71
  • Joined: 15 Jun 2005, 01:30

Unread post19 Jan 2006, 23:55

what rank are you? Sra and up you can put down supervise and train (new A1C's) remember they will never know what you actually do. so make it sound really good, they cant prove you wrong without joinging themselves
Active 2000-2004 309th FS Luke AFB, AZ California Air National Guard 144th FW Fresno,CA 2004-Present
Offline

shiz302

Forum Veteran

Forum Veteran

  • Posts: 679
  • Joined: 25 Dec 2003, 22:03

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 00:23

  • Performs end-of-runway, postflight, preflight, thru-flight, and phase inspections.
  • Troubleshoots and maintains aircraft structures, systems, components, and related equipment.
  • Uses technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems.
  • Reviews maintenance forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems, and historical reports to ensure complete documentation.

How does that sound ;)
Ex 16 CC workin 'hawks.
Offline

Taco44

Senior member

Senior member

  • Posts: 413
  • Joined: 14 Mar 2005, 03:00

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 02:15

I'll send you a copy of my resume for an example. What you have sounds pretty good though.
F-16C/D Block 30/40 NMANG
"Women and airplanes; is there anything else?"
-J. Paul Riddle, 1986
Offline

shiz302

Forum Veteran

Forum Veteran

  • Posts: 679
  • Joined: 25 Dec 2003, 22:03

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 02:43

Send away.
Ex 16 CC workin 'hawks.
Offline

flanker_hater

Enthusiast

Enthusiast

  • Posts: 99
  • Joined: 06 Apr 2004, 08:58

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 02:46

What kind of job are you applying for?
Offline

shiz302

Forum Veteran

Forum Veteran

  • Posts: 679
  • Joined: 25 Dec 2003, 22:03

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 02:55

Unrelated to aircraft, it's a state job.
Ex 16 CC workin 'hawks.
Offline

Jetmech08

Newbie

Newbie

  • Posts: 3
  • Joined: 12 Dec 2004, 21:35

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 02:58

If you have your 623's, there is a section in there that describes your duties as a crew chief and they are worded pretty well. Every time I put together a new resume, I go straight to the 623's and find some good bullets.
Offline

shiz302

Forum Veteran

Forum Veteran

  • Posts: 679
  • Joined: 25 Dec 2003, 22:03

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 03:23

I pulled em out after starting this thread. The updated bullets were from about.military.com ;)
Ex 16 CC workin 'hawks.
Offline

flanker_hater

Enthusiast

Enthusiast

  • Posts: 99
  • Joined: 06 Apr 2004, 08:58

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 03:24

You can usually work EPR bullets into good resume fodder.
Offline

aggressor267

Active Member

Active Member

  • Posts: 169
  • Joined: 15 Nov 2003, 08:30

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 04:29

21-101 also gives your exact job description as a DCC as well as the front page of your EPR.

O.T.
Offline

cdhstang

Active Member

Active Member

  • Posts: 158
  • Joined: 28 Oct 2004, 01:30

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 06:28

Write down all of the meat of what is on your EPR's and you will be fine. Also make sure to include 21-101 and the front of the EPR.
Offline

16spec

Enthusiast

Enthusiast

  • Posts: 31
  • Joined: 15 Jul 2005, 15:26

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 06:28

  • Troubleshoots and maintains aircraft tire pressure.
  • Uses technical data to diagnose and solve problem spots on the aircraft canopy.
  • Responsible for all aircrew related bowel movement and piddle pack disposal operations (to include regurgitation).
  • Skilled assistant gas station attendant, assisting with aircraft refuel/defuel and similar duties.

Not sure how many you were looking for, hope these help though!
Offline

shiz302

Forum Veteran

Forum Veteran

  • Posts: 679
  • Joined: 25 Dec 2003, 22:03

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 07:23

I was wondering when a spec would stick their skinny neck in here! You did not disappoint!
Ex 16 CC workin 'hawks.
Offline

VPRGUY

Forum Veteran

Forum Veteran

  • Posts: 853
  • Joined: 24 Apr 2005, 18:03

Unread post20 Jan 2006, 09:24

Hey Taco44 I'd love yo get ahold of a copy of that resume, if you're still offering! I'm going to be needing something to base mine off of here in a few more months, and I'd like to get a head start.
Remember that a lone amateur built the Ark. A large group of professionals built the Titanic.
Next

Return to Careers & Assignments

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 0 guests