Marcus D Dockery*** ********** ***** *******, **
Contact Phone: (757) *** -****
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
EXPERIENCE 04/2008 to Present ; 40 hours per Week; Boiler Plant Operator Worker; WG-5402-08; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; NAVFAC MIDLANT, Kevin Gamble , 757*******
; may contact supervisor.
As a boiler plant worker, I help maintain safe operations of boiler steam plants. Assist in the shutting down and lighting off boilers to provide steam and heat to the ships and buildings. I sample, test, and treat boiler water on operating boilers and feed water systems, monitoring and maintaining the chemical balance of these systems utilizing portable analyzers and recording the results. I ensure that the test lab and testing equipment is clean and that test chemicals are up to date. Aligning fuel oil systems prior to refueling operations which include fuel oil transfer from truck to storage tanks, fuel oil barge to storage tanks and from storage tank to service tank. Check for proper line up of feedwater, steam, potable water, city water, and treated water systems. Lock out and Tag out feedwater, steam, potable water, city water, and treated water systems for repairs, maintenance, and overhauls. I monitor tempatures and pressures for the boilers, boiler water feed pumps, air compressors, DA tanks, fuel systems, and the operations of pumps, motors and fans. I have also maintained the steam pressure for the whole Norfolk Naval Base year round. While on watch, I have also blown down boiler gauge glasses, assisted in lighting off a boiler on fuel oil, troubleshooted cross connecting instrument and control air systems, cleaned and troubleshooted the shifting mechanism for a high pressure strainer. Operate, under the supervision of a boiler plant operator, the bailey controls for the TCON systems to maintain steam pressures for the base and piers. I am qualified as a Power Plant Operating Engineer and hold a Power Plant Operating Engineer Third Class license by the American Society of Power Engineers, INC.
09/2003 to 09/2007; 60 hours per Week; Machinist Mate; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; US NAVY,
MACHINIST MATE “A” School, US NAVY, Great Lakes, IL
Recruit Training (Basic Training) (A-950-0001)
First Aid and Safety
Personal and Community Health
Personal Fitness and Conditioning
Machinists Mate, Class A (A-661-0103)
Pump Maintenance (A651-0067)
Mechanical Systems Laboratory
Machinery Pump Repair
Introduction to Marine Engineering
Machinist’s Mate, Third Class
Applied Computer Technology
Basic Marine Engineering
Power Systems Engineering (Steam Turbines)
Power Systems Maintenance
US NAVY, USS KEARSARGE LHD3 stationed in Norfolk, VA, Sept. 2003 to Sept. 2007
Provided operational oversight to shipboard 700 psi boilers while stationed onboard the USS KEARSARGE LHD3. Troubleshot and rebuilt centrifugal, screw, eddy, and rotary type pumps. While serving in the United States Navy, rebuilt multiple types of pumps, replaced turbines on steam pumps and main engines, overhauled and replaced packing on steam, lube oil, fuel, condensate, feed, and saltwater valves.
ACTIVITIES / SERVICE
Duty Section Leader- Provided managerial oversight to respective work center members to maintain sustained operational readiness. Proposed practical solutions to ensure correct maintenance to inoperable equipment. Practiced positive leadership principles to create a productive work ethic and teamwork environment. Verified the qualifications and certifications of subordinates prior to work operations. Supply written documentation to Navy command leadership relative to quality assurance. Interpreted technical manuals to ensure machinery operated in accordance with required specifications. Supervised work in accordance to Navy standards, regulations and work practices. Independently planned and coordinated maintenance operations. Through education and practical use, maintained knowledge of industrial work processes, machinery and tools. As work center supervisor, supported Equal Employment Opportunity policies, under which discrimination in regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, political, affiliation, sexual orientation, or any other factor is neither tolerated nor accepted.
Training Petty Officer - Organized and instructed subordinates in processes relative to Operational Risk Management, Worksite Safety, and Main Steam Cycle Operating Systems. Prepared oral and written instructions to develop and implement effective active plans to ensure operational efficiency. Provided on the job training relative to shipboard machinery operation and repair. Presented safety training to lessen the probability of occupational injuries and illnesses.
Basic Damage Control -Knowledge and practical use relative to the principles of firefighting, flooding, desmoking, or dewatering procedures.
Advanced Shipboard Firefighter - Performed all operational duties relative to shipboard firefighting to include the positions of hose man, plug man, mechanical isolator and over hauler.
Craftsman and Maintenance Person - Qualified and performed maintenance repairs to shipboard mechanical equipment.
Machinery Room Messenger - Maintained potable and feed water tanks to prevent flooding.
Distilling Plant Operator - Operated and provided maintenance on a 100,000 gallon per day evaporator.
Burnerman - Provided oversight for steaming operations to two 700 psi boilers, to include burner barrels change out.
Lower Lever Boiler Technician - Operated screw-type fuel service pumps, emergency feed transfer pumps and eductors.
Upper Level Boiler Technician - Operated steam driven centrifugal pumps, stream driven forced draft blowers and low pressure air compressors.
Boiler Console Operator - Maintained automatic boiler consoles to ensure proper boiler operation and all automatic boiler console endpoints are set correctly.
Cold Iron - Provided over sight and maintained the plant operational readiness relative to tank levels, steam blankets, and security.
Lower Level Machinist Mate - Operated saltwater pumps, condensate pumps, steam driven pumps, lube oil service pumps and main engines.
Throttle man - Operated main valves to increase and decrease the amount of steam admitted to the main engine to increase or decrease the rpms of the shaft.
Sound Powered Telephone Talker - Used shipboard sound powered phones when the ship’s main power was lost.
Microsoft Word Processor
Hickory Flat Attendance Center, Hickory Flat, MS; 2003 High School Diploma **No Higher Education Specified
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING MM "A" SCHOOL FOR MY RATE IN THE NAVY
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES/CERTIFICATES **None Specified
PROFESSIONAL RATINGS, AWARDS, AND RECOGNITIONS GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL
COMBAT ACTION RIBBON
GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM
SEA SERVICE RIBBION
OTHER INFORMATION **None Specified
U.S. MILITARY SERVICE INFORMATION
Active Duty: 09/2003 to 09/2007 - U.S. Navy
Campaign badges and/or expeditionary medals received: GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM, SEA SERVICE RIBBON, GOOD CONDUCT RIBBON, NATIONAL DEFENSE RIBBON, COMBAT ACTION RIBBION
ADDITIONAL DATA SHEET
Marcus D Dockery
1. Appointment Eligibility:
Veterans Employment Opportunity Act Eligible
2. Citizenship: Yes
3. Appt Preference:
Not interested/available in any of the above types of positions - only want permanent full time
4. Willing to Travel: 6 or More Days
5. Vet Preference: No Veterans Preference
6. Low Salary Accept: $50,000
7. Qualified Typist: Yes
8. Birth Date: 05/19/1984
RACE/ETHNIC STATUS: White (Wht) SEX: Male