Become a successful Senior Reactor Operator or Operations Instructor
An invaluable plant operator/manager with extensive experience in management, leadership, and operations of both civilian and Navy nuclear power plants. Areas of expertise include: control of maintenance, troubleshooting, and protection of equipment and public safety during casualties.
Old Dominion University Jan 2006-Present
Masters Engineering Management Cumulative GPA 3.62 of 4.0 Distance Learning
Naval Nuclear Power Training Program
Sep 2000-Jan 2002
Advanced training in thermodynamics, physics, and chemistry
Engineering watch-standing studentSaratoga Springs, NY
The Cooper Union for Advancement of Science and Art
July 1996-May 2000
Bachelors of Science in Engineering Cumulative GPA 3.60 of 4.0
New York, NY
James A. Fitzpatrick Nuclear Power Plant
Control Room Supervisor
Trained in Control Room and Simulator environments on how to safely operate a nuclear power plant, including maintaining continuity of power, safe shutdown in emergencies, and protecting the health and safety of the public.
As under instruction Control Room Supervisor, executed command and control of the following:
â€¢Testing and maintenance of all electrical, electronic, and mechanical systems
â€¢Safety tagging and repairs on damaged plant components
â€¢Maintaining target power output safely and efficiently
Completed training requirements for Senior Reactor Operator certification.
US Naval Reserve
Officer In Charge, Operations Support Unit 0606
Developed this brand new unit from infancy to fully operational in under one year.
Responsible and accountable for actions, training, readiness and development of assigned sailors.
Coordinate and approve orders for Active Duty Training periods for all assigned sailors.
Act as a mentor to over 30 sailors, guiding them on how to progress in their military careers.
US Navy Submarine School
Dec 2004-Sep 2006
Naval Submarine School Officer Instructor
Instructed students on topics including: submarine's mechanical systems, driving in all 3 dimensions, nautical rules of the road, and calculating future position of contacts.
One of a select group of instructors chosen to teach leadership, topics include: motivation, counseling, rank structure, causing and accepting change, and teamwork.
One of only four instructors chosen to command specific training courses. Controlled enrollment, scheduled classroom and lab training sessions, tutored students, proctored examinations, and documented completion.
USS Maryland (SSBN 738 Blue)
Feb 2002-Nov 2004
Asst. Operations Officer/Electrical Assistant
Kings Bay, GA
Lead a division of 25 people on a daily basis; oversaw proper performance and documentation on maintenance, repair, and supply procedures.
Mentored personnel on both professional and personal performance and development.
As a watch-stander, was in charge of a $2 billion dollar vessel, coordinating all maintenance, repair, and routine activities to ensure overall shipâ€™s readiness and utmost personnel safety.
Major equipment included nuclear reactor, electric generators, propulsion engines, diesel generator, navigation units, missile systems, sonar, radar, communications devices, atmosphere control equipment, and ship's galley.
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