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Engineer Program Manager

Location:
Walden, NY, 12586
Salary:
75000
Posted:
March 31, 2018

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MICHAEL A. DISIDORO JR

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Walden, New York 12586

Email: ac4znw@r.postjobfree.com

Phone: 304-***-****

SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE

* *** ** ************* ********** Supervisor as 3rd shift production supervisor at Alcoa/Arconic casting Dover New Jersey Operations.

Over 20 yrs professional experience as a Gas Turbine and Steam Surface Ship Propulsion Systems Supervisor in the United States Navy. Increasing responsibilities in the maintenance and management of the engineering department to which culminated to the Senior Enlisted Program Manager of the USS Barry DDG 52 and the USS Donald Cook DDG 75. Impeccable reputation for program management, product planning, process development and trend analysis. Subject matter expert in the operation and maintenance of steam and gas turbine powered DDG’s and CG’s.

EXPERIENCE: Manufacturing Production 3rd Shift Plant Supervisor 12/2012-12/2017

Alcoa Dover New Jersey Operations Dover, NJ

Supervised and managed activities of assigned associates (including assigned (Group Leaders). Conducted training, recommended adjustments to pay, completed performance reviews, and initiated timely corrective actions as appropriate (including attendance/tardiness).

Ensured the safety of all employees working in and around my department as well as all departments throughout the plant to include 5S.

Worked with Maintenance to schedule all PM’s and to prioritize repairs during break downs.

Assisted in problem solving, corrective actions to prevent reoccurrence.

Ensured and maintained the quality of all product in all departments by spot checking work instructions.

Worked with product engineers and Quality to ensure all product is manufactured to the customer’s product criteria.

Maintained time and attendance for all employees.

U.S. NAVY, Gas Turbine Systems Technician (E-8)

Plant Supervisor 11/2008 – 08/2012

USS Barry (DDG 52) & USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) Norfolk, VA

Supervised a department of 60 personnel in all aspects of preventative and corrective maintenance, and the safe operation of 4 Main Engines, 3 Generators and all associated engineering equipment. Organized daily, weekly, monthly, and all planned and corrective maintenance between 4 divisions to ensure limited impact to operational status.

Attended and coordinated daily production control meetings to determine equipment maintenance and overall impact on operational status for the change out of 1 gas turbine generator and 1 main propulsion gas turbine engine.

MICHAEL A. DISIDORO JR

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EXPERIENCE: (Continued)

Plant Supervisor

Attended and coordinated daily production control meetings to determine equipment maintenance and overall impact on operational status for the change out of 1 gas turbine generator and 1 main propulsion gas turbine engine.

Worked with the Port Engineer to determine which equipment maintenance was require and which could be pushed 18 months to maintain the DOD budget for the availability.

Developed, implemented, and final qualifier for all qualified watch standers; conducted training weekly to groups of up to 30 engineers. In turn the Light Off Assessment was completed early receiving an over grade of 95%.

Excepted the challenge and exceeded expectations as serving as the Engineering Department Safety Coordinator; perform safety training, periodic walk-thru‘s, and spot check throughout the ship.

Plant Supervisor 12/2005 – 11/2008

USS Shiloh (CG 67) & USS Chancellorsville (CG 62) San Diego, CA

Supervised a department of 30 personnel in all aspects of preventative and corrective maintenance, and the safe operation of 4 Main Engines, 3 Generators and all associated engineering equipment. Coordinated daily, weekly, monthly, and all planned and corrective maintenance between the Senior Enlisted Program Manager and 3 other divisions to ensure limited impact to operational status.

Planned out and performed administrative support for all contractors to include ensuring all work authorization forms and gas free/ hot work certifications were completed daily with zero work stoppages during 2 7 month shipyard periods.

Conducted mechanical training bi-weekly for 15 technicians; hands on instruction emphasized equipment overhaul. In turn saving the Navy thousands of dollars by not contracting out pump and valve overhauls with zero failures.

A key member in all daily, 25%, 50%, 75%, and completion production control meetings between all contractors and the Port Engineer during the mid life Extended Dry-dock Ships Availability and 100% computerized upgrade to the engineering plant onboard the USS Chancellorsville. Conducted over half of the required QA checks before any upgraded equipment acceptance by the US Navy.

Plant Supervisor 11/2004 – 12/1005

USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53) San Diego, CA

Supervised a division of 25 personnel in all aspects of preventative and corrective maintenance, and the safe operation of 4 Main Engines, 3 Generators and all associated engineering equipment.

MICHAEL A. DISIDORO JR

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EXPERIENCE: (Continued)

Plant Supervisor

Was recognized for conducting timely emergent seal replacement to one of three gas turbine generators restoring the engineering electrical plant to full capacity and enabling ship to continue its mission with minimal down time and with substantial savings to the government.

Orchestrated the removal and replacement of 2 gas turbine generators and 1 main propulsion gas turbine engine between the overhaul repair shop and Port Engineer completing the task 1 week early.

Supervised and trained 6 technicians on maintaining all fuel oil, lube oil, and boiler water/feed water chemistry records and maintaining 100% inventory in accordance with NAVOSH programs scoring 98% on all inspections.

Recruiter In Charge 09/2001 – 10/2004

Naval Recruiting District Dallas-Navy Recruiting Station Brownwood Brownwood, TX

Directly supervised 3 recruiters in recruitment of 50 qualified applicants.

Developed and spearhead a training and physical readiness program that resulted in zero attrition's over a 2-year period which usually has an attrition rate 1 per quarter. Recognized by receiving the Centurion Award(awarded for over 100% of required goal) for most improved station and 100% recruitment.

EDUCATION

Dept. of Labor Power Plant Operator (Utilities) Apprenticeship

Dept. of Labor Fuel System Maintenance Worker Apprenticeship

Elmira Voc-Tech School for Welding

Diploma, Spencer Van-Etten High School, Spencer, NY

TECHNICAL TRAINING

Department of the Navy:

Apprentice Training Department

Petroleum Fuels Tests and Records Course

Boiler Water Testing and Records Course

Quality Assurance Inspector Course

Gas Turbine Systems Mechanical Class A School

Senior Enlisted Propulsion Engineering Management Course



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