Tower C. Resume –

Authorized Climber/Rescuer, Job Site Hazard Awareness, First Aid/Blood Borne Pathogens, CPR, OSHA 10, Capstan Hoist Operations, Basic Rigging, Light/Grounding and Exothermic Welding, RF/EME Awareness

Knowledgeable and able to interpret and work from blueprints, sketches and written and verbal instructions.

Working knowledge of hand and power tools 

Clean driving record

Military trained

Safety conscious

Bilingual (Spanish)

Professional Experience

Field Technician 1, FDH Inc.

Support execution of field services

Conduct on-site inspections/investigations, including surveys and documentation of existing conditions, field-testing, photographing, anchor tensions, twist & plumb data, and sketching.

Provide the field investigations and observations in clear and concise notes and photos.

Physical ability and the willingness to climb towers in excess of 500 feet with heavy gear 50+lbs

Coordinate and schedule with clients for site access

Familiar with the safe operation of man-lifts/boom lifts

Manfacturing INtern, Boeing

September 2016 – December 2017

Gained over 600 hours of OJT experience involving the layup, handling of composite material, and the manufacturing process ensuring aerospace standards.

Chemical handling and storage

Environmentally controlled work area

Respirator training

Forklift/Crane/ Hand truck familiarity

Assemble, fabricate and repair products from composite parts and materials.

Track, record and document work, materials, and products.

Prepare molds and tools

Lay out composite materials for molding

Read and interpret blueprints/ schematics

Worker Trainee (Machinist)

June 2014- Feb 2015

Received on the job training alongside journeyman machinists in order to fulfill course requirements.

Received more than 200 hours of hands on training with conventional mills, lathers, and grinders.

USAF Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) Journeyman, Command and Control Center Specialists Jan2008-May2013

Supervised and conducted mission planning and coordination of combat air resources to support mission requirements, tactics, air support assets, and ordnance capabilities and limitations. Planned and controlled combat air support missions.

Planned, prepared, and conducted more 30 mission briefings.

Responsible for the maintenance and accountability of more than 1,000,000 dollars of TACP vehicles, radios, weapons, and field support equipment.

Supervised and performed inter-service liaison activities to ensure effective integration of combat air resources on the battlefield.

Managed and operated global positioning systems, and voice and digital TACP combat communications weapons systems.

United States Air Force

Vehicle Maintenance Supervisor 2010 – 2013

Oversaw execution of weekly preventive maintenance inspections as well as daily inspections.

Managed a fleet of 10 HMMWV’s and 1 M-ATV ( mission ready status never fell below 90%.)

assisted Squadron mechanics to ensure vehicle readiness at all times.

Improved accountability and simplified vehicle status system.

Developed and personally mentored 6 Airmen on tactical driving, off-road driving as well as adverse weather driving allowing them to obtain military driver’s license.

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Michael s. Gossett

Last Resume Update February 15, 2019
Location Chandler, Arizona
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