SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE:
Established over 12 years of increasing responsibility within the operations, maintenance, and training of U.S. Naval nuclear propulsion and electric plants. Acquired strong skills in troubleshooting, operations, scheduling of maintenance, parts research, and personnel management. Ensured the safety of equipment and personnel as a leading supervisor and quality assurance supervisor, performing audits and verifying maintenance procedures. Responsible for other areas, including cleanliness inspections of various systems and components, research and development of high priority maintenance procedures, as well as reviewing and correcting ships system drawings.
SPECIFIC WORK/TASK EXPERIENCE:
2008 â€“ 2011, USS ENTERPRISE U.S. Navy â€“ Leading Supervisor
â€¢ Supervised over 15 personnel in the operation, maintenance and training of steam driven turbine generators, main engines, distilling plants for potable water and all associated auxiliary equipment including pumps, valves, hydraulics, auxiliary turbines, air compressors, condensers, coolers, reduction gears, and various gages and instrumentation.
â€¢ Wrote over 100 work packages to include; maintenance procedures, welding, safety, parts, schematics, and quality assurance documentation for major systems and components during a two year extended dry dock shipyard restricted availability.
â€¢ Highly experienced power plant operator, providing propulsion, electrical power, water, and various other services.
â€¢ Qualified Work Center Supervisor to schedule, supervise, audit preventative maintenance, and document and track equipment deficiencies.
2004-2008, U.S. Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit, Ballston Spa, NY â€“ Instructor
â€¢ Classroom Instructor â€“ Presented lectures on Mechanical Operations and Theory for Turbines, Generators, Condensers, Pumps and related equipment and systems for naval nuclear power.
â€¢ Prophase Instructor/Mechanical Operator â€“ Led hands on courses to teach pump coupling alignment, valve maintenance, primary valve operations, and operations of turbine generators, main engines and auxiliary equipment.
2001-2004, USS HARRY S TRUMAN U.S. Navy â€“ Maintenance Group Supervisor
â€¢ Lead mechanic on all machinery room systems and components.
â€¢ Technical Expert for Sauer high-pressure air compressors.
â€¢ Researched, tracked and supervised all corrective maintenance items.
â€¢ Received Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for being recognized as the number one operations supervisor by the Operational Reactor Safeguard Examination board members.
â€¢ Qualified Advanced Damage Control for shipboard fire fighting and flooding control
Quality Assurance Supervisor, Quality Assurance Inspector, Reactor and Steam Plant Cleanliness Inspector, Chief Mechanical Operator, Chief Auxiliaries Mechanical Operator, Water Control Watch, Work Center Supervisor, Advanced Damage Control.
â€¢ 2000-2001 Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit
â€¢ 2000-2000 Naval Nuclear Power School
â€¢ 1999-2000 Naval Nuclear A-School
â€¢ Power Point