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Manager Maintenance

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
February 11, 2018

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Joshua Michael Roney

*** ******* *****, ********* ***. PA 16066 412-***-**** PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY:

Accomplished Nuclear Reactor Control Room Operator and Maintenance Systems Manager with the proven ability to train and develop operators and technicians of all levels of experience. Qualifications include 8.5 years of active duty in the U.S Navy with experience in organizational leadership, quality assurance, management, technical instruction, and technical publications writing and 2 years of commercial nuclear operations. Reliable; able to accomplish goals, produce results, improve processes, and persevere through adversity while being able to provide assistance in resolving conflict by using professional communication skills. AC and DC circuits/schematics PC Board Soldering and Repair Steam Generation and Control Technical Manual Resolutions Thermodynamics Electronic System Diagnostics

Electronic Circuits Reactor/Electrical/Mechanical Theory Electrical Power Distribution Electrical Safety

Electronic Systems Troubleshooting Techniques Microcomputer Application Software PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

First Energy Nuclear Operating Company March 2015 – Present Nuclear Reactor Operator in Training

• Acquire system knowledge and emergency protocol to safely operate a Westinghouse pressurized water reactor.

• Responsible for operating the reactor plant simulator in accordance with approved procedures, plant personnel safety manual, and Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations.

United States Navy, Rank E-6 (First Class Petty Officer) 2006-2015 Maintenance Systems Manager/Procurement Manager 2013–2015

• Accountable for successful planning, execution, and completion of preventive maintenance on reactor instrumentation and control equipment to include work schedules for daily operations, routine maintenance, and major plant overhauls.

• Manage a 45 man division in planning and executing reactor and steam plant operations and maintenance to maximize critical reactor plant operations, minimize safety work stoppages, and enhance qualified student production.

• Directly supervise subordinates perform electrical safety requirements in accordance with applicable corporate safety manuals during performance of preventive, corrective, or emergent maintenance.

• Accountable for navigating the federal supply system to obtain purchase approval, order, receive, inspect to the required acceptance criteria, and perform applicable testing on all repair parts prior to issue and use in critical reactor electronic control systems.

• Meticulously and flawlessly document maintenance performance and electronic control equipment machinery history.

• Supervisor for the installation, preventive maintenance, calibration, troubleshooting, repair, and retest of all digital and analog plant related electronic control systems.

• Directly accountable for training subordinates in the operation of test equipment used to maintain and repair electronic control systems, increasing qualified technicians by 20 percent.

• Manage an audit and surveillance program to identify, analyze, and correct maintenance and operation deficiencies to improve procedural compliance and safety during all aspects of reactor plant operations and maintenance evolutions Instructor – Nuclear Power Training Prototype 2011–2015

• Directly accountable for the classroom training of reactor theory, operations, and maintenance, and on-time qualification of up to 150 Officer and Enlisted students every two months.

• Conduct periodic audits of training and qualification records of subordinates to ensure that all regulatory requirements are met satisfactorily.

• Instruct future reactor operators by direct supervision in routine operations and maintenance, reactor plant response, and incident response.

• Supervise seminars and training events to foster Officer and Enlisted guided discussions and learning of reactor plant safety operations.

Departmental Training Manager 2009-2011

• Directly accountable for scheduling and maintaining records of the continuing training program for 550 reactor department personnel totaling over 900,000 man-hours recorded.

• Reported directly to the Admiral of Nuclear Operations on issues pertaining to the continuing training program, plant casualty training and performance, and qualification progression.

• Created, administered, and evaluated continual training, operational reactor safeguards, and qualification exams for superiors and subordinates.

• Developed extensive training curriculum for subordinate Electronic Technicians to reduce exam failure rate by 25%.


Electronics Technician – Nuclear 2006–2015

• Consistently perform operations and maintenance of both microprocessor based and analog instrumentation and control systems.

• Instrumental in maintaining key reactor plant parameters and systems within nuclear regulatory reactor safety requirements.

• Expertly utilize knowledge of instrumentation and control equipment and systems to perform reactor startups, shutdowns, casualty procedures, and power level maneuvers.

• Successfully qualified senior-in-rate at three separate nuclear platforms to include the S5W at the MTS-626 Prototype, the A4W on the USS George Washington, and the S8G at the S8G Prototype. EDUCATION:

Thomas Edison State College – BS Nuclear Energy Engineering Technology (ABET) – GPA 3.3 2015 Naval Nuclear Power Training Pipeline 2006-2008

Electronics Technician Nuclear Field A-School, Power School, and MTS 626 Nuclear Power Prototype

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