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Jess C. Lozano 10559 Poplar St. Loma Linda, CA 92354 (661) 349-6636 jl89b1a8@westpost.

net AVIATION MAINTENANCE MANAGER A combat-tested leader, personnel administrator, and aviation logistician with 6 years of aircraft maintenance production experience. Active "SECRET" clearance through 2012. * Routinely chosen for, and excelled at, positions typically reserved for more s enior leaders. * Known for improving processes, eliminating waste, and increasing production. _________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATION Master of Arts Degree in Human Resources Management - Webster University, St. Lo uis, MO, 2007 * GPA: 3.8 Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice - California State University, San B ernardino, 2004 * GPA: 3.0; Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Cadet Commander; ROT C Scholarship Recipient, Daedalian Association scholarship recipient, and 5K run competitor. TRAINING & CERTIFICATION U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Office Management Course, Virginia Beach, VA, 2008 * This course focused on practical strategies and exercised hands-on experience to raise the performance level of an office. Acquired skills in team building, g oal setting, leadership development, conflict resolution and decision making. Life Cycle Logistics Level I Certification / Acquisition Professional Developmen t Program (APDP), 2007 * This program/certification provides guidance and instruction to logistics prof essionals with regards to planning and developing effective and affordable weapo ns, materiel, or information systems support strategies. Ensures integration of all support elements to maximize system supportability and mobility. Air Combat Command Flight line Maintenance Officer Course, Hill Air Force Base, UT, 2006 * Focused on critical information needed to effectively manage a flight line. Cu rriculum includes aircraft scheduling and scheduling effectiveness, aircraft sta tus, conventional generation management planning and execution, Material Support Division, stock fund management, supply and other maintenance programs. Jet Engine Mishap Investigation Course, Sheppard Air Force Base, TX, 2006 * Provided introduction to design and construction variations of jet engines. P rovides instruction on policies and procedures of investigation, fluid system co ntamination, and identification of material failures. Focused on identification and causes of engine failures. Air Mobility Maintenance Officer Course, Ft Dix, NJ, 2005 * Provided heavy aircraft maintenance management with a focus in air mobility op erations and world-wide air mobility tasks/priorities. Aircraft Maintenance Officer Course, Sheppard Air Force Base, TX, 2004 * 14 weeks of study in aircraft maintenance management to include aircraft modif ications, technical systems, supply, flying/maintenance scheduling, safety, muni tions, engines, maintenance analysis/metrics, and sortie generation. Graduated with a 91% academic average. EXPERIENCE: U.S. Air Force

Aircraft Maintenance Unit Manager 2009 - 2010 4th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, 388th Fighter Wing, Hill Air Force Base, UT Leads, supervises, and manages 225 personnel tasked with maintaining 31 F-16 air craft valued at $928M. Enables world-class flying for war and peacetime operati ons. Directs and oversees all aspects of aircraft maintenance to include depot modification scheduling, maintenance prioritization, personnel management, sched uling, and repair actions. Frequently uses statistics to measure performance. * Ranked #1/10 managers for 2009. Expertly directed depot-level avionics modifi cations for 31 F-16 aircraft and balanced the scheduling of aircraft requiring m ajor depot repair. Increased aircraft availability 10%. * Flawlessly led four F-16 deployments consisting of 16 aircraft and 180 personn el. Ensured all logistical requirements were met to include: air/ground cargo t ransportation, communication equipment, personnel, and aircraft support equipmen t worth $336M. 91% fleet health rating and zero flights missed due to maintenan ce. Maintenance Operations Section Manager 388th Maintenance Operations Squadron, Hill Air Force Base, UT 2008 - 2009

Led a team of 43 personnel that developed the flying, maintenance, and depot sch eduling procedures for 83 F-16 aircraft. Directed the day-to-day scheduling fun ctions and conducted aircraft maintenance analysis studies for 83 aircraft worth $2B+ and 116 GE F110 engines worth $313M. Managed a $16K annual budget and man aged the development and execution of the organization's daily, monthly, and ann ual flying hour program. * Slashed 200+ man-hours per month. Led overhaul of aircraft scheduling procedu res by publishing standard scheduling practices between active duty and reserve organizations. * Awarded "Officer of the Quarter" by the Commanding Officer, an award signifyin g exceptional expertise in aircraft management and scheduling procedures. Assistant Aircraft Maintenance Unit Manager 412th Maintenance Group, Edwards Air Force Base, CA 2004 - 2008

Supervised a selectively manned team of 350 military and civilian technicians pe rforming aircraft maintenance on the F-22, F-16, T-38, and KC-135 aircraft. Acc ountable for equipment and facilities valued at $15M and supply assets valued in excess of $28.7M. * Reduced F-16 inspection time from 12 days to 5 (58%). Led group-wide effort b y scrutinizing the inspection process. Eliminated wasteful processes and clarif ied roles/responsibilities. Delivered on-time, top-quality F-16 aircraft and in creased aircraft availability. * Saved the Air Force over $8M. Led 20% cost reduction for F-22 program operati ons. Reallocated unnecessary equipment and realigned personnel structure. ACTIVITIES * Logistics Officer Association (LOA)Member 2004 - Present LOA provides an open forum to promote quality logistical support and logistics o fficer professional development.