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Engineering/Q.M.E.D.: Oiler.

Location:
Alton Bay, New Hampshire, 03810, United States
Posted:
August 24, 2018

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Resume': Abraham Harold Goldberg

Abraham H. Goldberg

P.O. Box 346

Alton Bay, N.H. 03810.

603-***-****.

E.mail: ac6svp@r.postjobfree.com.

I respectfully submit this resume' as a formality for employment as

Wiper/Q.M.E.D.: Fireman/Oiler/Watertender. I graduated from Hillel Academy

Elementary School and the Taylor Allderdice High School honors program in

the city of my residence, Pittsburgh, Pa.. After high school, I enlisted

in the U.S. Coast Guard and attended basic training at Cape May, N.J..

During my enlistment in the U.S. Coast Guard, I completed courses at

various technical schools/training seminars, specializing in aircraft

electrical systems, and have marine engineering equipment

maintenance/repair experience from my assignment aboard the U.S. Coast

Guard Cutter Morgenthau, the N.O.A.A. ships Albatross IV, G. Gunter, N.

Foster, and Pisces, the Hornbeck Offshore Services vessels H.O.S. Davis,

H.O.S. Byrd, and H.O.S. Strongline, and ocean going tug operations

experience with Smith Maritime Ocean Towing & Salvage Services. I am easy

to get along with, have high moral character, work well with others or

alone, and am able to perform in a variety of environments, as I am in

good physical condition. I request to be seriously considered for

employment and would gladly partake in any additional training to enhance

my ability to become a more proficient and productive employee.

Thank you for your time and consideration, sincerely, Abraham H.

Goldberg.

< Objective >

- Marine engineering crewmember as Wiper/ Q.M.E.D.:

Fireman/Oiler/Watertender.

< Education/Training >

- Taylor Allderdice High School, Pittsburgh, Pa., Jun. 13, 1983.

- U.S. Coast Guard Training Center, Cape May, N.J., Oct. 21, 1983.

- U.S. Coast Guard Aviation Technical Training Center, Elizabeth, N.C.,

Jan. 28, 1986-May 22, 1986.

- Seafarers Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship: Basic Auxiliary Plant

Operation; Feb. 22, 2008.

- Seafarers Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship: Basic Motor Plant

Operations, Mar. 27, 2009.

- Seafarers Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship: Basic Steam Plant

Operations, Mar. 27, 2009.

- Puckett CAT: 3500 Engine Injector & Overhead Adjustments, Jan. 11,

2010.

- National Environmental Trainers, Inc.: Hazardous Waste and Emergency

Response, July 10, 2012.

- Health & Safety Institute: BasicPlus CPR/AED and First Aid - G2010,

Aug. 4 2012.

< Job Related Work Experience >

- U.S. Coast Guard, 2703 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE, Washington, DC

20593-7000. Phone: 415-***-****.

Start date: Nov. 5, 1983.

End date: Jan. 5, 1986.

Supervisor: Chief Mechanical Technician Rick Salmon.

Hours per week: ~40.

Salary: Military E-2, upgraded to E-3.

Duties and accomplishments: As a marine engineering mechanical assistant

(Fireman), I conducted maintenance/repair of various marine engineering

equipment including refrigeration and air conditioning units, ship service

compressed air systems, and specializing in boiler maintenance and feed

water testing. Operation of various marine engineering equipment including

oily water separating system, bilge and fire pumps, fresh and salt water

systems, air compressors, refrigeration units, marine sanitation systems,

steam systems, and ventilation systems. Monitoring and adjusting marine

engineering equipment while in port and underway to maintain the ship's

operating status and assisted during fueling operations. I qualified as a

small boat crew engineer, which involved monitoring its operation and

assisting with its operations.

- U. S. Department Of Commerce, N.O.A.A. 1401 Constitution Avenue, NW

Room 5128, Washington, DC 20230. Phone: 301-***-****.

Start date: Oct. 6, 2006.

End date: July 27, 2011.

Supervisor: Chief Marine Engineer Kevin Cruise.

Hours per week: ~40.

Salary: Starting - ~$25,000.00/year, Ending - ~$30,000.00/year.

Duties and accomplishments: As engineering G.V.A., I was involved as an

assistant to marine engineering personal with maintenance/repair of

various marine engineering equipment including engine room

machinery/systems and external engine room machinery/systems involving

air, oil, and fuel filter replacements, cleaning and painting engineering

equipment/machinery/spaces, loading on and storing engineering supplies,

assisting the engineer on watch with monitoring equipment/machinery and

making log entry readings, and disassembling, cleaning, and installing

evaporator plates. I have performed numerous lagging projects and have

basic computer skills from using S.A.M.M.s, e.mail, and Word programs

including Excel and Power Point. I have assisted during fueling

operations, conducted engineering watch rounds, and partook in abandon

ship, man overboard, and fire drills.

- Hornbeck Offshore Services, Inc., 103 Northpark Boulevard, Suite 300,

Covington, LA 70433. Phone: 985-***-****.

Start date: Aug. 8, 2011.

End date: Dec. 26, 2012.

Supervisor: Chief Marine Engineer Phillip Hogle.

Hours per week: 84, 28 days on, 14 days off.

Salary: Starting - $280.00/day, Ending - $375.00/day.

Duties and accomplishments: As Q.M.E.D.: Oiler, most of my maritime

employment with Hornbeck Offshore Services was aboard the H.O.S.

Strongline. In addition to cleaning and painting of various marine

engineering spaces and equipment, I was entrusted to maintain marine

engineering logs and records, conduct shipboard engineering rounds, log

equipment readings, perform NS-5 generated maintenance tasks, and operate

various shipboard equipment. I assisted engineering personal with

maintenance/repair of various marine engineering equipment including

engine room machinery/systems and auxiliary machinery/systems including

air, fuel, and oil filter replacements, loading on and storing shipboard

supplies, and performing urgent repairs with the watch engineer. My

computer related tasks had me navigating through the NS-5 maintenance

program, and performing operations in the Word and Excel programs. I have

provided innovative solutions to complete several projects, including

personal modifications/fabrications, and have assisted in other shipboard

divisions including the galley and the deck department, including cargo

operations. In addition to taking part in fueling operations, I partook in

fire, man overboard, and abandon ship drills, and attended numerous

shipboard safety and training sessions.

- Smith Maritime Ocean Towing & Salvage Services, P.O. Box 188, Green

Cove, FL 32043. Phone: 904-***-****.

Start date: Aug. 19, 2015.

End date: Oct. 22, 2015.

Supervisor: Chief Marine Engineer Jay Harding.

Hours per week: 56 - 65.

Salary: Starting - $375.00/day. Ending - $375.00/day.

Duties and accomplishments: As Q.M.E.D.: Oiler, this is my first tug

vessel experience. During vessel operations, I have been performing

engineering watches which involve logging engine room readings,

cleaning/wiping, organizing hardware, and assisting with any urgent

repairs/emergencies that arise. I also set up and participate in fueling

operations and line handling during docking/undocking and barge

connecting/disconnecting. I also have assisted with emergency in port

repairs to an Allison engine which failed while underway.

- American Cruise Lines, Inc., 741 Boston Post Road, Suite 200,

Guilford, CT 06437. Office: 203-***-****. Mobile: 203-***-****.

Start date: Sept. 20, 2017.

End date: (current employer).

Supervisor: Bill Schlagel.

Hours per week: ~84.

Salary: Starting - $160.00/day. Ending - $160.00/day.

Duties and accomplishments: As Q.M.E.D.: Oiler, I am responsible for the

maintenance and operation of the complete engineering plant on passenger

vessels. This involves ensuring that plumbing, electrical, propulsion, and

sewage systems are in continuous operation in addition to taking on and

transferring fuel and completing a daily engineering report. I also assist

with anchoring, line handling, loading stores, gangway operations, and

hauling trash. As the sole engineering worker on-board, I am on a

continuous duty status to respond to urgent situations outside of my

normal work times.

< Unrelated Job/Work Activities >

- U.S. Coast Guard, 2703 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE, Washington, DC

20593-7000. Phone: 415-***-****.

Start date: June 1986.

End date: July 30, 1995.

Supervisor: Erve Derr, Chief Aviation's Electrician Mate.

Hours per week: 40.

Salary: Starting - Military E-4. Ending - Military E-4.

Duties and accomplishments: I was assigned to the HU-25 aircraft shop

where I assisted with maintenance and repair of these aircraft and engaged

in aircrew duties. While at this air station, I was also assigned to the

aircraft electrical shop where I assisted with the electrical maintenance

and repair of C-130 aircraft and qualified in the aircrew position of drop

master. I was also tasked with aircraft battery maintenance in which these

batteries were discharged, dismantled, reconditioned, reassembled, and

recharged.

-Bay Mechanical, P.O. Box 2623, Virginia Beach, VA 23450.

Phone: 757-***-****.

Start Date: Feb. 2001.

End Date: May 2001.

Supervisor: P. Journegan.

Hours per week: ~40.

Salary: Starting - $12.00/hour. Ending - $12.00/hour.

Duties and accomplishments: This employer was temporarily in the area on a

new construction site for outer Banks Hospital. As a Mechanic's Helper, I

was involved with the installation of heating, ventilation/air-

conditioning ducting, assisted moving large duct segments into place, and

helped pick up tools/supplies before leaving the location each work day.

- Self occupation/work: 12 Downing Dr., Alton Bay, N.H. 03810. Phone:

603-***-****.

Start date: ~Jan. 1, 2013.

End date: (current).

Supervisor: (self).

Hours per week: (as needed).

Salary: (variable).

Duties and accomplishments: I performed residential plumbing and

electrical repairs/installation including the removal and

replacement/installment of plumbing and electrical fixtures and

components. I also performed landscaping activities including lawn care,

tree removal, and garden wall construction/installation.

- Alton Senior Center, 7 Pearson Rd., Alton, NH 03809. Phone: 603 875

7102.

Start date: Dec. 12, 2013.

End date: (current).

Supervisor: Roney Delgadillo, Senior Center Manager.

Hours per week: ~16.

Salary: (volunteer).

Duties and accomplishments: I volunteer in kitchen and meal service to

senior citizens. I also volunteered in a construction project associated

with this same entity.

- Laconia Ice Company Inc., 45 Blaisdell Ave, Laconia, NH 03246. Phone:

603-***-****.

Start date: June 24, 2015.

End date: Aug. 18, 2015.

Supervisor: Tom Rudzinski.

Hours per week: (as needed).

Salary: Starting - $12.00/hour, Ending - $12.00/hour.

Duties and accomplishments: Truck driver; deliver ice products, document

sales, collect payments, complete truck inspection report, fueling,

complete delivery log, document customer receipts.

< Qualifications >

- Marine engineering Cold iron Watch, Jun. 12, 1985.

- Marine engineering Generator Watch, Jun. 12, 1985.

- Marine engineering Security Watch, Jun. 11, 1985.

- Small Boat Engineer, Oct. 28, 1985.

- Aviation Facility Ship Helicopter Firefighting Team Training, Jun. 19,

1985.

- QMED: Fireman/Water Tender, Oiler, Oct. 8, 2009.

- H.O.S. Strongline Engineering Qualification, ~May 2012.

< Achievements/Awards >

- Certificate of appreciation for Haitian Medical Mission, Sept. 1987.

- Safety Suggestion Award, Mar. 31, 1994.

- Appointment as Aviation Electrician's Mate, May 22, 1986.

- Designation as HC-130 Drop Master, Oct. 14, 1988.

- Good Conduct Awards, Aug. 28, 1986, Aug. 8, 1989, Aug. 28, 1992.

- Coast Guard Achievement Medal, Mar. 13, 1995.

- United States Coast Guard Honorable Discharge, Oct. 28, 1990, Jun. 30,

1995.

- Certificate Of Achievement: 140 Hour Basic Auxiliary Plant Operation,

Feb. 22, 2008.

- Certificate Of Achievement: 63 Hour Basic Motor Plant Operations, Mar.

27, 2009.

- Certificate Of Achievement: 70 Hour Basic Steam Plant Operations, Mar.

27, 2009.

- Certificate: 3500 Engine Injector & Overhead Adjustments, Jan. 11,

2010.



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