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Maintenance Mechanical Engineering

Location:
Houston, Texas, United States
Posted:
October 14, 2016

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DEALICIA BENNETT

***** ****** ***** ******* *** *605

Pearland TX 77584

(c)832-***-****, (h) 832-***-**** /acw100@r.postjobfree.com

EXPERIENCED MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE AND POWERPLANT PROFESSIONAL

Boilers ~ Auxiliary Machinery ~ Turbo Generators ~ Main Engines ~ Pumps ~ Hydraulic/ Pneumatic Control Devices Valves ~ Preventive Maintenance ~ Quality Assurance ~ Safety ~ Power Production ~ Steam Operations Turbines ~ Shaft Maintenance ~ Electrical Systems ~ Testing ~ Evaluations ~ Aligning Piping Systems ~ Oil Systems Water Treatment ~ Compressors ~ Risk Management ~ Power Plant Operations `

HIGHLIGHTS OF PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: UNITED STATES NAVY AND CIVILIAN

HCC

In school for Mechanical Engineering 2014-current

Emerson Instrumentation and Valve/ Inspector 2011-2013

Instrument and Valve Technician

Troubleshooting and repairing Measurement and Valve instruments, products, and systems.

Calibration, testing and trouble-shooting of Measurement and Valve Instruments.

Assembly of new equipment or repaired equipment.

Documentation of repair / testing / assembly activities – cause of failure, actions taken, parts used, labor hours, etc…

Responsible for teardown, repair, new assembly, calibration, and diagnostics using Flow scanner of all brands of control valves and instruments, associated paperwork, valve diagnostics, digital control technology and the associated instrumentation such as AMS & Delta, while working in shop environment with some field service as needed.

Responsibility includes repair, calibration and modification of all makes and models of control valve and associated instrumentation and may include providing field service, inventory management, customer training and focus on building and maintaining mutually beneficial relationships with product divisions.

University of South Alabama 2009-2011

Student

Major Mechanical Engineering (33 credits completed)

Austal USA 2008-2009

Outside Machinist/ PM

Installation of all engine rooms for the Navy’s new Litorral Combat Ship the LCS 2 USS Independence from start to completion, all mechanical systems

Installation of valves for the entire engine room to count over 200 different valves.

Installation of shafts for the ships main engine, to include proper placement and stabilization as well as all testing and evaluations

Responsible for Preventive Maintenance for the entire ship alone to include all engineering equipment, electrical systems, fire systems, water and auxiliary systems, saving the Navy thousands of dollars in preventive maintenance fees and staffing.

Air products and chemicals

Maintenance tech 2007-2008

maintained, troubleshoot and continuously improve plant mechanical equipment integrity, reliability, cost and on stream factor.

assisted with construction, commissioning activities, and bringing the plant on stream safely.

interacted with Construction group with the installation, alignment, testing and maintenance of future plant equipment.

maintenance and troubleshoot for the pumps, mechanical seals, vessels, heat exchangers, gear drives, and other rotating equipment in the plant.

UNITED STATES NAVY, NORFOLK 1997 - 2007

MM2/E5

Supervision had included overseeing a crew of 12-18 military enlisted sailors in maintenance and service order tasks.

Work schedules include responsibility for daily operations, testing and inspection of equipments and system components, preventive maintenance, and task assignments for subordinates.

Spearheaded the emergent repairs of eight high pressure pneumatic valves, which directly contributed to a successful Sea Trials and catapult steam testing.

Due to personnel leadership and dedication, the catapult shop received an "OUTSTANDING" grade during the Pre-Operational Reactor Safeguard Examination. Additionally supervising 11 junior personnel in the preservation and upkeep of 38 catapult main spaces

Aligned piping systems for oil, water, air and steam, and controlling the operation of ship boilers and steam turbines used for ship propulsion and service systems; controlling operation of turbo generators used to produce electrical power; cleaning, adjusting, testing and performing other preventive maintenance on a ship's boiler,

Maintained and operated, main engines, turbo generators and other auxiliary machinery including steering engines, elevators, winches, pumps and associated valves; operating and maintaining desalinization plants (distilling plants) to make fresh water from sea water; maintaining refrigeration plants, air conditioning systems and galley equipment; repairing or replacing valves, pumps, heat exchangers, compressors, steam turbines and hydraulic or pneumatic control devices; making entries in and analyzing machinery operating records and reports, Increasing profit by 100%

Key Achievements

Saving the navy over $5 million dollars on outside contracting.

Enabled ship to stay in readiness condition.

Performed maintenance and operated 18 emergency generators, 7 uninterrupted power supplies, 60 climate control systems protecting mission operations of over $100 million in specialized global equipment.

Saving the government over $10 million dollars in outside contract work.

Increased Readiness by 100%

Accomplishments:

Professional Achievement on the performance as Auxiliaries Division Steam Catapult Maintenance Tech on USS GEORGE WASHINGTON during 2005 dry-docking planned incremental availability from Jan 2005- Dec 2005.

My outstanding ability and work ethic were key the successful removal, overhaul and replacement of 24 steam and air relief valves,overhaul of 16 steam accumulator sight glasses and 75 steam valves, which saved the military well over $5 million dollars in outside repair.

Assisted shipyard contractors in the removal, installation and testing of 3 steam strainers, repair of 8 High Pressure valves, Five-Year strength and Integrity inspection on 4 Accumulators and Replacement of 30 Level 1 Fasteners. Increasing readiness by 100%

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES

NEC-4541 NAMTS HYDRAULICS REPAIR TECHNICIAN

Fork Lift Operator-(4k-6k)

Security Clearance

COURSES AND SEMINARS

Engineering Common Core Service School Training. Great Lakes IL.3 Sept- 23 Sept

Damage Control Training 8 March-1999

Operational Risk Management 6 Feb-07

Safety Officer20 Jan 04 -14Apr06

Austal USA – PM coordinator /Outside machinist (Jul 08-Apr 09)



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