MARIO LOPEZ ALEMAN
Transitioning active duty military with 12 years of experience as a Gas Turbine Electrical Technician, including 3 years of experience in the field of the Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) community, Assault Craft Unit 5. As acting Lead Chief Petty Officer and Subject Matter Expert (SME), I maintained critical equipment, records, and audit trails with ease, and met all critical deadlines with minimal to no attrition. I successfully led an electrical engineering team in executing Twenty major inspections, scoring high in areas such as maintenance records upkeep, adhering to safety guidelines, emergency/casualty response, and equipment reliability. Highly skilled in supervision, maintenance and repairs of Eight LM2500 Gas Turbine Land Marine Diesels Engines, ETF40B LCAC Marine Turbine Engines, Auxiliary Power Units (APU), Three 501-k17 and Three 501-K34 Allison Rolls Royce Gas Turbine Generators, Six 60 Hz/ 450 Volts AC distribution Switchboards and twenty nine Load Centers with Ring Bus and ZEDS (Zonal Electrical Distribution System) configuration. My attention to detail and leadership directly contributed to consistent high marks in inspection cycles, for which I was granted four Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals and two Letters of commendation. As a Master technician, I selflessly dedicated thousands of hours troubleshooting and maintaining Engineering Consoles System Electrical and Electronic (ECSE) and Integrated System Control (ISC) Smart Ship and providing full equipment readiness. I have strong communication, computer, documentation, presentation, and interpersonal skills, ability to work independently and as part of a team; I am able to perform complex tasks in one or more engineering areas; capable of representing the organization as a prime technical contact and, lead a team of moderately experienced professional technicians on single component projects.
I have a thorough understanding of the Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual (JFMM), Departure from Specs (DFS) requirements for maintenance availability, NSTM 300, engineering concepts, principles, codes, and theories; experience demonstrating troubleshooting skills; and, an expanding knowledge of practices in related technical specialties. Recognized expert, uses knowledge to solve complex technical problems.
Needs no supervision.
Proactive leader/exemplary mentor.
Exemplary personal appearance
Energetic self starter, complete task and qualifications early, far better than expected
Seek extra responsibility and takes on the hardest jobs The best at accepting and offering team direction
Able to work extended hours as required
Superb organizer, great foresight, develop process improvements and efficiencies
Leadership achievements dramatically further command mission and vision
Advanced critical thinker with highly analytical mindset Subject matter expert: Electrical Power and Propulsion Console operator
Expert troubleshooter and problem solver
Blue prints and Technical Manuals high level of
Gas Turbine Electrical Engineer 09/2006 to Current UNITED STATES NAVY – SAN DIEGO, CA
As a lead Chief for Gas Turbine Electricians and the Electrical Department I performed and supervised corrective and preventive maintenance of all auxiliary support equipment interfacing with Engineering Control and Human Machine Interface System(HMI) Smart Ship.
I Troubleshot and corrected faulted Gas Turbines Engines, Circuit Breakers, Shore Power Breakers, UPS units, LPACS, Power Panels, ABT's, MBT's, Pressure Transducers, Temperature Sensors, Motor Operated Valves, Detroit Education
Certifications and Qualifications
U.S NAVAL COMMAND ASSIGNMENTS
switches, Motor Controllers, Tank Level Indicators, Radar TLI and Gage Calibration Equipment, Lighting and power distribution systems, Battery chargers, power supplies and line voltage regulators maintaining 100% plant reliability. I trained and qualified over 30 personnel in the daily operation of Electrical and Propulsion plants; including starting, stopping and shifting Gas Turbine Engines, Electrical Generators and pumps in accordance with Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS) procedures, ensuring adequate, qualified man power. Planned Maintenance System Coordinator, Repair Parts Petty Officer in charge of the upkeep and update of all maintenance reports, logs, and audit trails both electronically and manually, maintaining a safe, predictable work environment.
I provided electrical and technical troubleshooting for urgent mission degrading CASREPs and other system and component problems affecting propulsion plant systems. I executed electrical technician support for assessments and inspections such as LOAs, TSRAs, INSURVs, and EOC. As Calibration Technician and Coordinator I provided calibration services for a range of equipment to include but not limited to Torque Wrenches, Calipers, Micrometers, Gauges, Detroit Switches, Pressure Transducers, Radars Tank Level Indicators, Signal Generators, Dial Indicators and much more. I maintained MetBench Calibration
(MCMS) Test reports, memorandums, certifications, scheduled equipment preventive maintenance, and inventories maintaining Production Control for a shop that supports over 5,000 pieces of equipment and over 7 work centers with no losses with a 92% level of readiness across the fleet. High School Diploma: 2002
ALAIN LEROY LOCK HIGH SCHOOL - LOS ANGELES
Associate of Science: ELECTRICAL ENGINEER IN PROGRESS GROSSMONT COLLEGE - LA MESA
Electrical Maintenance CG-47 Smart Ship
Gas Turbine Electrical Apprentice Technical Training Integrated Condition Assessment System (ICAS) Manager Operation and maintenance of the Pneumatic and Hydraulic pressure calibrator system Surface Shipboard Gage Calibration Manager
Shipboard Gage Calibration Program in Torque Wrenches Shipboard Electrical Control Devices
Shipboard Alarm and Indicators
Engineer Duty Officer (EDO)
Electrical Plant Control Operator (EPCC)
Propulsion Auxiliary Control Operator (PACC)
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Tag Out User Manual (TUMS)
Organizational Maintenance Management System (OMMS-NG) Experience with modern Navy ship systems (DDG-51, LCAC and CG-47 class Ships) NAVAL TRAINING CENTER GREAT LAKES (2006-2007)
USS HALSEY DDG 97 (2007-2012)
ASSAULT CRAFT UNIT FIVE CAMP PENDLETON (2012-2015) CLEARANCE
CG 47 SMART SHIP SCHOOL (2015-2015)
USS MOBILE BAY CG 53 ( 2015- PRESENT)