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Supervisor

Location:
Yorktown, Virginia, 23690, United States
Salary:
120000
Posted:
January 15, 2017

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~ Supervisor ~

Areas of Focus: Nuclear Training Consultation Operations Project Management

Qualifications Profile

Versatile, performance-focused, and goal-oriented professional with broad-based experience in supervision and program management within military operations. Strategic leader, dedicated to training and supervising diverse individuals to support organizational goals and secure positive outcomes. Adept at thriving within fast-paced environments with the ability to multitask, resolve conflicts through problem-solving and decision-making capabilities, and work closely with diverse individuals. Technically proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Access, Excel, and Outlook) and VBA macro codes. Currently hold secret security clearance.

Professional Experience

q United States Navy Various Locations

Leading Chief Petty Officer, Reactor Control Division USS John Warner (SSN 785), Norfolk, VA 2016–Present

Train and lead a division of 18 Sailors on proper operation and maintenance of a nuclear reactor

Prepare quarterly report on reactor instrumentation equipment to be reviewed by naval reactors

Capitalize on industry expertise in organizing maintenance schedule and performance of the following:

Reactor instrumentation equipment used to monitor the reactor at power and shutdown;

Ships service turbine generator systems used to provide power to the ship; and

Propulsion turbine throttle control systems controlling the ship’s propulsion

Assume accountability in troubleshooting and refining all broken equipment

Spearheaded efforts for the successful turnaround of the division, maintaining zero critiques and issues since employment, and completing complex evolutions which included Time Response Testing and Control Rod Testing

Earned qualifications as Engineering Watch Supervisor and Engineering Duty Petty Officer

Submarine Nuclear Electronics Detailer Navy Personnel Command (NPC), Millington, TN 2013–2016

Took full charge of the development of more than 1,500 sailors across more than 95 seagoing commands, 25 shore facilities, and 15 training facilities

Functioned as project manager, accountable for planning and executing the manning initiative to convert the USS La Jolla and USS San Francisco into Moored Training Ships (MTS) for Nuclear Power Training Unit (NPTU) by working with Naval Reactors, Submarine Atlantic Command, Submarine Pacific Command, and OPNAV N133

Achieved the Navy Commendation Medal in 2016

Received promotion to Chief Petty Officer at seven years of naval service in 2013

Leading Petty Officer, Reactor Control Division USS Mississippi (SSN 782), Groton, CT 2009–2013

Functioned as propulsion plant operator, in charge of carrying out vital testing for the ship’s initial criticality and power range testing

Served as senior maintenance technician, responsible for organizing the ships’ steam generator water level control system from type I to type II between three different organizations

Expertly solved and repaired operations on nuclear power indication and rod control systems

Fulfilled key duties which included developing curriculum and mentoring more than 50 sailors regarding the operations of a nuclear reactor within three years

Made substantial contributions in the early completion of testing and the ship’s delivery by strategically directing major testing such as the reactors rod control testing, initial physics testing, and response time testing

Attained two Navy Achievement Medals in 2012 and 2013 for excellent work performance

Obtained promotion to first class petty officer (E6) within third year of naval service point

Earned selection as 1 of 3 propulsion plant operators out of 10 individuals for the ship’s Operational Reactor Safeguards Examination

Attained qualifications such as Engineering Watch Supervisor, Engineering Duty Petty Officer, Quality Assurance Inspector, and Quality Assurance Work Center Supervisor

Information Control and Data Systems Petty Officer Submarine NR-1, Groton, CT; Kittery, ME 2008–2009

Held responsibility in overseeing atmosphere monitoring, as well as sonar and control systems on the smallest submarine of the organization

Received an Admiral Letter of Commendation and one Navy Achievement Medal in 2009

Earned promotion to second class petty officer (E5) during two years of naval service point

Education

Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering Technology: 2015

Excelsior College, Albany, NY

Coursework in Computer Science and Mathematics: 2005

University of North Carolina Wilmington, Wilmington, NC

Professional Development

Nuclear Leading Chief Petty Officer School: 2016

United States Navy

Microsoft Office Training: 2014

United States Navy

Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory (KAPL) Training: 2009

S9G Nuclear Reactor Design School

Navy Enlisted Code (NEC) 3373: 2009

Electronics Technician Maintenance School

1,400-Hour Hands-on Training, Operational Reactor: 2007

Nuclear Power Training Unit

1,000-Hour Training, Reactor Plant Systems, Chemistry, Reactor Physics and Thermodynamics: 2007

Naval Nuclear Power School

Graduated with Distinction

1,000-Hour Training, Basic Electrical Theory, Troubleshooting, Digital Electronics, and VME Architecture: 2007

Electronics Technician Nuclear Field “A” School

Graduated with Distinction

Professional Affiliations

Naval Support Activity (NSA) Mid-South Chief Petty Officers Association

USS John Warner Chief Petty Officer Association

Activities

Parent Advisor Boy Scouts of America



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