|Total Flight Time:||2400 Hours|
|Total PIC Time:||2250 Hours|
|Total Single Engine Time:||2400 Hours|
|Cessna Single Piston|
|Total PIC Time:||2000|
|Date of Last Flight:||January 19, 2021|
|Piper Single Piston|
|Total PIC Time:||200|
|Date of Last Flight:||November 7, 2020|
|Other Flight Experience|
|Total Simulated Instrument Time:||58 Hours|
|Total Actual Instrument Time:||7 Hours|
|Total Takeoffs and Landings:||1100|
|Total Cross Country Time:||1650 Hours|
|Total Dual Received Time:||148 Hours|
|Total Night Cross Country Time:||15 Hours|
|Job Title:||Aerial Patrol Pilot|
|Aircraft Flown:||Cessna 172 and Cessna 182|
|Job Description:||Single pilot operation responsible for flight planning, taking aerial photos, navigating, and reporting new and updated sightings.
Conduct visual aerial survey of pipeline right of ways in Cessna 172/182 with average flight time between 4 and 7 hours per day.
Communicate daily with customer base regarding updated activity along right of way.
Provide ground support operations for pilots and mechanics when not scheduled to fly.
Responsible for training ten new hires.
Perform maintenance and return to service flights on company aircraft.
|Job Title:||Student Pilot|
|Aircraft Flown:||Piper Comanche PA24-260B, Cessna 172, Piper Arrow PA28R-201|
|Job Description:||Owned and managed airplane inspections, maintenance, and expenses for Piper Comanche PA24-260B.
Completed training in the Houston area through flying club and personal aircraft. Directly hired instructor to complete private, instrument, and commercial training.
Obtained valuable cross-country experience by conducting flights with family and friends to a variety of destinations while logging time for commercial license. Destinations included: San Antonio, TX, Austin, TX, New Braunfels, TX, Oklahoma City, OK, New Orleans, LA, Shreveport, LA, Lake Charles, LA, Oxford, MS.
|Job Title:||Lead Installation Engineer|
|Job Description:||Provided technical expertise to ensure safe and cost efficient installation, troubleshooting, or retrieval of subsea wellhead equipment.
Communicated technical solutions to customers and auxiliary department members related to equipment or operational issues encountered in the field.
Skilled in quick decision making resulting in millions saved from preventing drilling rig down time.
Supplied onshore technical support for field operations and helped troubleshoot issues during critical operations.
Drafted and approved installation and test procedures in addition to layout drawings that were directly used for the installation and testing of equipment and the operation of tools.
|Major:||Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering|
|Degree Type:||Bachelor Degree|