To obtain a position in a Nuclear Power Plant using my Navy Nuclear Bacground and Chemistry degree.
Bachelor's of Science in Chemistry followed by eight years in the Navy as a Navy Nuclear Electrician's Mate with increasing responsibility in the maintenance and troubleshooting of complex, sensitive systems and subsystems. Proven and tested ability to respond rapidly with confidence to emergencies. Positive track record in instruction, training and supervision of personnel.
EXPERTISE Training Leadership Power Plant Operations
Electrical Safety Troubleshooting Problem Solving
Motor Controllers AC/DC Theory AC Motors
Voltage Regulators Industrial Safety Personnel Management
Radiological Controls I C Systems Test Equipment
Quality Assurance Circuit Breakers Electrical Maintenance
2009-Present Electrician USS George H.W. Bush (CVN-77) US Navy, Norfolk, VA
Responsible for plant and plant related electrical power distributions, electrical repairs and power plant operations.
Performed repairs on generator slip rings, motor controller overhauling, cable repair and replacements.
Assisted in the largest revision incorporation of the past three years. Implementing over 50,000 pages in all publications in under 3 weeks with minimal manning and zero deficiencies.
2006-2009 Pier Security Historic Ship Nautilus US Navy, Groton, CT
Responsible for safety of over 150,000 visitors annually.
Responsible for monitoring and maintaining the security and integrity of the the Southern perimeter of Naval Submarine Base New London.
Served as first line of communication during events ensuring proper authorities and respondents were notified depending on necessity.
Navy Achievement Medal 2009
2004-2006 Staff Pick-Up Instructor Naval Nuclear Prototype US Navy, Charleston, SC
Provided professional, concise instruction and mentoring to enlisted and junior officer students.
Contributed to schoolâ€™s overall attrition rate of less than one percent.
Selected as Electrical Operator for periods of Staff Drills and Watch Officer Final Watch Boards.
Qualified Shutdown Reactor Operator, senior enlisted watch stander, responsible for overall plant conditions at both Naval Nuclear Prototype and USS George H.W. Bush.
Mentored junior sailors throughout career providing information, resources and advice as appropriate.
2001 B.S. Chemistry, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
2004 Naval Nuclear Prototype, Charleston, South Carolina (graduated top 5%)
2003 Naval Nuclear Power School, Charleston, South Carolina GPA: 3.81 (top 5%)
2002 Naval Nuclear Field â€˜Aâ€™ School, Charleston, South Carolina GPA: 3.78 (1/19)
1995 Harrison High School, Evansville, Indiana GPA: 3.7
DOS, Microsoft Windows (3.1, 95, 98, 2000, XP, Vista), Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, C++, FORTRAN, HTML, COBOL
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