Title: Maintenance Manager-CVG (Cincinnati/Northern-Kentucky)
How long have you worked for PSA? On Feb 2017, I will celebrate my 10-year anniversary with PSA.
How long have you been in the airline industry? I received my Airframe and Power plant license in 2002. I have been in Aviation going on 15 years.
Give us a brief overview of what you do: I oversee the PSA maintenance operation and personnel at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky airport.
What is one of the biggest challenges of your job? Starting up the first new maintenance base from scratch has been a challenge, but a very rewarding achievement.
How many roles have you had at PSA? Which is your favorite? I have held 5 positions during my 10 years at PSA (see below). I have enjoyed each and every one of my roles, as I have gained experience and learned a different side of the operation in each position and how it all comes together from a maintenance aspect.
Roles: A&P Technician, Technical Support Specialist, Maintenance Training and Reliability Manager, Reliability and Technical Service Manager, and Maintenance Manager-CVG
Where’s your favorite place you have traveled? San Diego
What are some of your hobbies? Wake boarding, water sports, motorcycles, softball and watching my daughters sporting events.
What do you love about working for PSA? Every day brings a new challenge and the people I get to meet/work with.
Why would you recommend PSA? The experiences you can obtain and projects you can get involved in are endless. For motivated individuals that are looking to climb the ladder, this is priceless.
What did you do before coming to PSA? Remote Diagnostic Engineer for GE Engines. In this role, I would troubleshoot engines flying around and look for trends in real time to determine engine health or problems.
Tell us something about your role that most people don’t know: I am learning more about building maintenance and Fire Suppression Systems, then I ever thought I would experience.
What has been the most rewarding part of your job? I actually have two answers for this question: 1. Starting a base from scratch and watching it grow to a fully functional maintenance base. 2. Taking a new A&P mechanic out of school and watching him or her turn into an experienced and knowledgeable mechanic.
Tell us something no one knows about you: I taught my English Bulldog how to ride a skateboard.