KIRK D. OSWELL
Fluor Federal Solutions Weight Handling Equipment Supervisor NS Mayport, Florida July 2012 to December 2014
Supervising operators and riggers. Scheduling work on ships on loading and offloading cargo, shore power and brows. Duties include preventive maintenance and service calls, load tests, and audits on cranes. Johnson Controls Iap/Hill Heavy Equipment Mech/Insp-Tester NAS Jacksonville, Florida December 2003 to July 2012 Performed preventive maintenance, testing, service calls, troubleshooting, and repairs on all cranes with no supervision. Responsible for direct leadership and management of weight-handling equipment at NAS Jacksonville and NS Mayport. Testing, maintaining, certification and repair on all cranes and hoists. Inspecting and testing all installations done by contractors. Overseeing and assisting audits and testing program. Creating monthly P M schedule, assigning daily workloads, contacting OEM’s for direct technical support and specifications. All P307 certifications required by Navy Crane Center. Johnson Controls J.A. Jones Crane Electrician
Kings Bay, Georgia April 1999-December 2003
Performed preventative maintenance on bridge and portal cranes with minimum supervision. Duties included providing routine and emergency maintenance for all cranes, troubleshooting, repairing and testing all AC/DC motors and generators. Trustworthy National Agency Check Clearance.
McClure Electrical Construction Crew Leader, Electrician NS Mayport, Florida February 1999-April 1999
Refurbished Navy Barracks. Duties included installing new conduit,wiring, lighting, receptacles, fans and switches with no supervision.
BF Goodrich Aerospace Team Leader Engineering-Composite Tech Blount Island, Florida August 1998-Feburary 1999
Fabricated parts in molds and tools, using fiberglass, carbon fiber, and kevlar. Also, pre-peg and wet lay-up, and drilling and final assembly. Duties included working on ASDS seal delivery system lay-up and assembly. Stryker Electric Electrician
Jacksonville, Florida January 1998-
Installed switch gear panels, circuit breakers, wiring, receptacles and lighting. Duties included working on high and low voltage panels.
Lancair 4P Builder Crew Leader, Electrician, Assembler, Quality Control Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Florida March 1996-December 1997 Constructed aircraft following blueprints and kit plans, with no supervision. Responsible for assembly of engine components, of instrument panel, and all wiring. Quality control throughout project, including test flying systems. Duties included working with fiberglass and carbon fiber lay-ups, constructing parts of aluminum and metal. Ordering parts, assembling wiring harnesses, installing all hardware, from antennas to instruments, and troubleshooting systems, in some cases re-designing systems. Northrop Grumman St. Augustine Corp. Crew Leader, Aviation Electrician St. Augustine, Florida November 1994-December1995
Installed night vision in military aircraft. Specialized in cockpit overhaul. Duties included interpreting blueprints, running wires, terminating connectors, conducting system checks troubleshooting and general aircraft work. Crane Resistoflex Quality Assurance Inspector
Jacksonville, Florida March 1993-May 1994
Inspected production and assembly of low, medium, and high pressure hoses. Duties included conducting detailed inspections of all parts in various stages of production, verifying shipping and receiving, and reviewing all commercial and contracts. Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Quality Assurance Inspector East Hartford, Connecticut October 1985-Feburary 1992 Inspected production and assembly of aircraft engines. Specialized in problem solving. Special Project: Coney Adventure CEDAC Team Object: To reduce re-work and repair costs. Duties included reading blueprints, taking measurements and recording data, making inline production inspections, S.P.C. and preforming simple layout. Working on composites and metal parts.
United States Navy Aviation Electrician
USS Kitty Hawk August 1977-July 1981
Worked in the Electrical Shop on USS Kitty Hawk Aircraft Carrier repairing electrical systems on F-14’s. Also worked on F-14 line crew preforming systems tests, repairs and troubleshooting, and working to blueprints and schematics. EDUCATION
Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. January 1998-July 1998 Jacksonville, FL Electrical 1, 2, 3
Manchester Community College May 1990
Manchester, Connecticut Associate’s Degree in Science, General Studies United States Navy August 1977-July 1981
9 weeks Basic Aviation School
13 weeks Electronic and Electricity School
17 weeks “A” school-Aviation Electrician’s Mate
4 weeks Wire Connector School
11 weeks F-14 Electrical School