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Microsoft Office Electrical

Montville, Connecticut, United States
October 18, 2016

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Professional Summary

Seasoned all around person who can leverage a diverse and proven skill set to help your company succeed. With more than 11 years of experience in a fast-paced submarine building environment, I understand how to prioritize and execute tasks in the most efficient manner possible. I also have 15 years experience working on patient care issues while maintaining boiler operations at a local hospital. My unique combination of relentless work ethic and compassion for others make me an ideal candidate for this position.


Technical Writer Feb 2011-Aug 2015

General Dynamics/Electric Boat - Groton, Ct

Worked hand in hand with engineers to develop and maintain US Navy technical manuals. Work was accomplished according to strict standards regarding order, clarity, conciseness, style, and terminology. Typical tasks required in this position included project management, verification of technical data, validation of procedures and conversion of engineering input into clear, concise direction for Navy personnel.

OE2/Plant and Building Maintenance Apr 2000-Apr 2015

William W. Backus Hospital - Norwich, CT

Worked two-12 hour shifts a week as a licensed boiler operator in a 100 pound steam plant. Was also responsible for resolving hospital building maintenance issues as the need arose. Maintenance work often provided the opportunity to work hand in hand with hospital staff to resolve patient issues. It was particularly rewarding to accomplish these tasks and help improve the patient experience.

Shipyard Test Organization-Electrical Apr 2004-Feb 2011

General Dynamics/Electric Boat - Groton, CT

Responsible for accomplishment of electrical testing during the construction and maintenance of US Navy submarines. Duties included operation of electric plant and nuclear propulsion plant systems, troubleshooting of these systems and execution of established test procedures. De-energized and tagged out equipment to ensure safe work in electrical panels. Test equipment such as signal generators, multimeters and megohmmeters were used to accomplish these tasks.

United States Navy - USS Nimitz Nov 1978-Feb 1983

Maintained the electrical distribution, steam generation, and associated support equipment as an enlisted sailor on the carrier USS NIMITZ. Was a qualified nuclear electrician responsible for reactor support and safety. Proudly served my country for five years while developing as a technician and a leader.


Nuclear Electrician School February 1977-February 1983

Naval Nuclear Power School - Ballston Spa, NY

Electrical Engineering, 75 hours credit

Tarrant County College-South Campus - Fort Worth, TX

Additional Skills

Proficient with Adobe, Foxit, Bluebeam, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) and general PC operation.

References available upon request

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