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Rigger

Location:
San Pedro, CA
Salary:
24
Posted:
October 11, 2018

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Nathan J. Rodgers

Motivated, Intelligent, Problem-Solver

ac7cr2@r.postjobfree.com

818-***-****

Authorized to work in the US for any employer

Work Experience

Rigger journeyman mechanic

Norfolk Naval Shipyard - Portsmouth, VA

August 2013 to February 2018

I have been employed at NNSY for Five years as a qualified Lifting & Handling Lead Nuclear worker. I’ve received continuous satisfactory performance evaluations throughout my career.

• I am qualified Radiation worker, I fully understand and comply by the requirements of Naval Nuclear work and adhere to the Nuclear Fundamentals.

• As stand in work-leader, I ensure my team brief and execute jobs listed on the Daily Lift Plan (DLP), I ensure they execute/plan, layout and inspect weight handling gear using the Job Planning Sheet (JPS) while using the C-740 Pre-Job/Interactive Brief checklist of LHAP 109 and 95 and shift report. As a work-leader, I ensure all work performed is on our DLP per LHAP 063 and correctly prioritized according to AIM and shipyard priority. As a skilled worker I follow processes and standards that directly relate to the Lifting and Handling Administrative Procedures (LHAP), Lifting and Handling Engineered Instruction (LHEI), NPM-IVX-A-I, NAVFAC P-307 and Corporate Lifting and Handling Manual 7000.

• I plan jobs by coordinating with support trades, identifying interferences, verifying that rigging needed is readily available and satisfactory for use, and reviewing TWD’s. I interact with WPC, Engineers and Ship’s force to confirm that tasks are executable and completed correctly. I communicate with project management, engineers, shop trades, supervisors, mechanics, zone managers and ship’s-force to assure resources are assigned to task according to skill and workload scheduling. I assure proper inter shop/trade coordination to accomplish work in a safe, timely and cost efficient manner. I also ensure work task are executed according to priority, while adhering to cost qualifications and resources required per the WARR.

• I ensure my team utilize safe work practices, ORM, PPE and good housekeeping while performing all rigging evolutions. I’ve attended learning cells to improve Lifting & Handling processes, I utilize problem solving tools such as Discrepancy Log’s (DL’s) and Discrepancy Reports (DR’s), Radiological Discrepancy Reports (RDR’s) for job related work stoppages or past problems that could affect the current work status or upcoming steps while also documenting these problems through the LHMS Electronic Surveillance System. I attend and perform interactive briefs during table top discussions ensuring critical topics and objectives are covered.

• As Work-leader, I maintain high levels of quality assurance with timely job completion while keeping the first line supervisor and zone manger informed of job progress and work stoppages. I understand the importance of following the Chain of Command, and follow it when there is an issue. As stand-in work-leader, I’ve briefed and performed complex and routine task of the rigging trade utilizing Complex Lift Sheets, Take Two’s, Risk Mitigation, and Technical Work Documents (TWD’s), WAFs.

• I have the aptitude to advise subordinates in scheduling leave to minimize the impact to the work load for the week. I train and mentor lesser skilled employees in our trade. I have administrative knowledge of all procedures and processes.

• I am responsible to notify management of any injuries and accidents.

• I perform risk identification and mitigation for upcoming work assignments.

• I am capable and prepared to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of a nuclear and non-nuclear work-leader. Daily, I shadow and assist my supervisor with administrative duties including Sup-desk, AIM, LMHS and ATMS. Also, I assist my supervisor with checking training schedules, scheduling leave and tracking employee qualifications and assigning apprentices and mechanics to jobs according to skill, abilities, and experience.

- I led and assisted as a vital part of evolutions onboard Nuclear Submarines, Aircraft Carriers utilizing the P-307, NPM XIV-A-1 as my rigging guidelines. I have performed work on the following components onboard Nuclear Submarines: Sonar sphere, rudder, main propulsion shafting, torpedo tubes, JBD Systems, RPFW systems, NFO Tank and delicate electronic equipment. I was the main RCP dolly operator on the RCP removal/installation on CVN 73 George Washington and a vital member of the Code 361 Rigging team. I have completed all Rigging Trade theory classes and pass all of them

Education

Associate degree

Tidewater Community College

Skills

Skilled in Auto-cad

Word Office

Pallet Jack (Manual/Automatic)

Fork Lift Operator

Power Tools Certified

Precision Tools certified

Lean/Six Sigma Green Belt Training

Certifications/Licenses

Nuclear Rigger

February 2013 to Present

- I led and assisted as a vital part of evolutions onboard Nuclear Submarines, Aircraft Carriers utilizing the P-307, NPM XIV-A-1 as my rigging guidelines. I have performed work on the following components onboard Nuclear Submarines: Sonar sphere, rudder, main propulsion shafting, torpedo tubes, JBD Systems, RPFW systems, NFO Tank and delicate electronic equipment. I was the main RCP dolly operator on the RCP removal/installation on CVN 73 George Washington and a vital member of the Code 361 Rigging team. I have completed all Rigging Trade theory classes and pass all of them

Crane Rigger

February 2014 to Present

- I led and assisted as a vital part of evolutions onboard Nuclear Submarines, Aircraft Carriers utilizing the P-307, NPM XIV-A-1 as my rigging guidelines. I have performed work on the following components onboard Nuclear Submarines: Sonar sphere, rudder, main propulsion shafting, torpedo tubes, JBD Systems, RPFW systems, NFO Tank and delicate electronic equipment. I was the main RCP dolly operator on the RCP removal/installation on CVN 73 George Washington and a vital member of the Code 361 Rigging team. I have completed all Rigging Trade theory classes and pass all of them

I have the aptitude to advise subordinates in scheduling leave to minimize the impact to the work load for the week. I train and mentor lesser skilled employees in our trade. I have administrative knowledge of all procedures and processes.• I plan jobs by coordinating with support trades, identifying interferences, verifying that rigging needed is readily available and satisfactory for use, and reviewing TWD’s. I interact with WPC, Engineers and Ship’s force to confirm that tasks are executable and completed correctly. I communicate with project management, engineers, shop trades, supervisors, mechanics, zone managers and ship’s-force to assure resources are assigned to task according to skill and workload scheduling. I assure proper inter shop/trade coordination to accomplish work in a safe, timely and cost efficient manner. I also ensure work task are executed according to priority, while adhering to cost qualifications and resources required per the WARR.

References

Jarona Harris - Norfolk Naval Shipyard. Rigging zone manager. 757-***-****

Howard Williams - Norfolk Naval Shipyard. Rigging Supervisor. 252-***-****

Mark Williams - Norfolk Naval Shipyard. Rigging Supervisor. 757-***-****

Carlton Wright - Norfolk Naval Shipyard. Rigging Supervisor. 757-***-****



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