Reactor Operator - Continue to expand and use training and education that I have for the benefit of the company I will work for.
Reactor Operator: Nuclear Field / Electronics Technician: Calibration
Dedicated professional with a combined 35 years experience as reactor operator and electronics technical support for nuclear and calibration fields. A United States Navy veteran with solid background in daily system operations, audio visual systems, submarine reactor, reactor control equipment, cryptlogical voice equipment and test equipment. Possesses excellent problem solving skills and can visualize overall goals along with individual steps needed to reach goals. Previously held Secret Security Clearance.
Reactor Operations â€¢ Reactor Control Equipment â€¢ Calibration â€¢ Nuclear Power Operations
Operational Testing â€¢ Troubleshooting/Corrective Action â€¢ Transmitter Design â€¢ Radar Systems
Electronic Test Equipment â€¢ Supervisor/Leader â€¢ Instructor
BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, Rexburg, Idaho â€¢ 1994-2009
Private University serving more than 15,000 students per year.
Audio Visual Technician (1999-2009): Skillfully designed, maintained and repaired all audio visual systems including LCD projectors, time clocks, sound systems, overhead projectors, copiers, televisions and test equipment.
â€¢ Collaborated to design and install over 220 teaching stations including computers, monitors, VCR/DVDâ€™s, sound amplifiers, control systems, LCD projectors and screens.
â€¢ Created and installed security camera system for entire campus.
Chief Engineer (1994-1999): Improved efficiency of 100K FM radio station. Maintained and repaired transmitters, receivers, satellite receivers, studio boards, tape recorders, tape players, DAT recorders, remote recording equipment and remote translators. Aligned and tuned transmitters while keeping 3 on-air studios in daily working condition.
â€¢ Researched license reception to design and build transmitter site for 100K transmitter including receiver and associated equipment.
â€¢ Supervised installation and maintenance of 300 foot tower and lighting.
â€¢ Designed and built campus television studio.
United States Navy â€¢ 1972-1994
Reactor Operator: Oversaw and maintained the reactor which provided power to run submarine including testing and performing preventive maintenance on all reactor control equipment. Successfully ran submarine through refueling shipyard and kept all electronic equipment on the submarine working in top condition.
Marvin W. Holt â€¢ Page 2 â€¢ marvinholt58[at]yahoo.com
Electronics Technician: Worked out of Naval Air Station in Guantanamo Bay Cuba to supervise personnel for all ground control equipment while maintaining and repairing radar systems on ships.
â€¢ Operated a type 3 calibration lab including calibrating and repairing test equipment.
â€¢ Served as command career counselor for the Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity.
â€¢ Naval instructor for cryptlogical voice equipment.
Key Naval Qualifications:
â€¢ Qualified Submariner
â€¢ Qualified Reactor Operator, Reactor Technician, and Shutdown Maneuvering Area Watch
â€¢ Qualified Electronic Test Equipment Calibration Technician
â€¢ Qualified military Cryptology equipment instructor
â€¢ Qualified as Chief Petty Officer
Electronics Technician Class A
Nuclear Power School
Nuclear Power Prototype School
Electronics Technician Advanced Electronics Class C7
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Naval Instructor School
Cryptographic Technician School
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