A loadmaster resume is a short document that contains the relevant aspects of your professional profile.
In order to write a good resume, you should:
- Start your resume with a summary statement.
- Mention your relevant achievements, as well as professional experiences.
- Give information about your education and skills.
Here is a sample resume to guide you further.
Loadmaster Resume Example
302 Maple Drive
Lafayette, LA 70506
donaldcarr @ email . com
Energetic Loadmaster with 12 years of hands-on experience in supervising the loading and unloading of cargo and luggage to minimize damage and loss. A dependable individual who is eager to lead, maintain composure, and ensure that cargo is loaded safely within the technical and safety limits of the aircraft securely. Adept at:
• Making sure the load is balanced to ensure no hazard due to flight load while keeping passengers safe and comfortable.
• Computing accurate weight and balance assessments to ensure correct load placement and distribution
• Directing cargo and equipment loading sequences by following preset standards
• Performing customs inspection of loaded, unloaded, and in-flight cargo to ensure that they are safe to be transported
• Scheduled air-land missions and daily accountability for 70 loadmasters.
• Prepared consistent daily reports that ensured mission setups were 100% accurate.
• Determined hazardous cargo compatibility, thus saving an aircraft from imminent flight difficulties.
• Commended for seizing impermissible substances discovered within sealed items upon careful inspection of cargo.
AIR FORCE RESERVE, Lafayette, LA
(6/2014 – Present)
• Supervise loading and unloading of cargo, vehicles, and people on the flight ensuring comfort, security, and safety.
• Preplan exact load placement and distribution to ensure the safety of flights by determining proper weight and balance through complex mathematical calculations.
• Ensure placement of adequate restraints to prevent load movement during flight hence removing all possible instances of slipping and sliding.
• Coordinate loading and unloading with ground staff giving consideration to civilian and military regulations, prohibiting the placement of one type of cargo near another.
• Inspect cargo that is staged outside aircraft for damage incurred before or during the flight.
AMERICAN AIRLINES, Lafayette, LA
(5/2011 – 6/2014)
• Directed loading and off-loading of routine loads for scheduled service flights in accordance with regulations.
• Properly packed and repacked cargo for optimal load distribution and weight balance.
• Loaded special equipment safely aboard aircraft in order to limit where another cargo is placed.
• Performed warehouse duties such as inspecting inbound inventory for defects or damage and logging reports.
LYNDEN AIR CARGO, Lafayette, LA
(1/2010 – 5/2011)
• Restrained, strapped, chained load to prevent movement during flying operations.
• Scanned cargo during ground and flying operations to detect possible problems.
• Involved in parachute drops to deliver cargo to specific locations.
• Escorted aircraft to make sure cargo reached destinations safely.
• Supervised vehicles used to load cargo onto aircraft.
High School Diploma – 2009
LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL, Lafayette, LA
• Air Delivery Operations
• Weight Calculation
• Distribution Planning
• Cargo Scanning
• Aircraft Clearance
• Staging Cargo
• In-Flight Cargo Handling
• Balance Assessments
• BMT Reporting