Name: Travis Stith Phone: 434-***-****
Address: **** ****** ****** *****: email@example.com
Salary Expectation: Yearly - $50,000+ in US Dollar
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Travel & Relocation Education & Experience
Willing to Travel: Yes Education Level: High School/Secondary
Relocation / Mobility: Domestic / Some Mobility Industry Experience: 8 years
Areas of Expertise
Industry Sector Expertise Experience
Power, Energy, & Utilities Power Plant Operator 8 years
Resume / Curriculum Vitae
Career Summary / Objective:
Seeking employment with ALSTOM Power as a generator specialist utilizing my highly motivated work ethic and technical skills that I learned as a Gas Turbine System Mechanic while serving in the United States Navy.
* United States Navy, USS Monterey CG-61 (July 26, 2004-July 24, 2009), Maintenance Man
- Critical in passing two major engineering inspections, one engineering operational certification and
the board of inspection and survey inspection.
- Received three Navy and Marine Corps achievement medals for each inspection.
* United States Navy, USS Mason DDG-87 (August 9, 2009-August 1, 2011), Workcenter Supervisor/
- Exceptional and direct contribution to help USS Mason engineering department achieve an overall
score of 94% during 2010 materials, maintenance, and management inspection as workcenter
- Instrumental in the emergent repairs to fuel oil system in ship service gas generator while deployed
off the coast keep the USS Mason operating at maximum capability.
- Received two Navy and Marine Corps achievement medals for overall performance.
* United States Navy, Norfolk Naval Shipyard ( August 31, 2011-Present), Lab Technician
- Expresses extensive technical and instrumental knowledge by successfully processing and
analyzing over 500 lubricating oil and hydraulic samples in support of 200 plus air, surface, sub-
surface and shore commands.
Education & Training:
* Engineering Common Core (23MARCH2004 – 08APRIL2004)
* Engineering Mechanical Core (09APRIL2004 – 03MAY2004)
* Gas Turbine Mechanical/ Electrical Class 'A' school (12MAY2004 – 23JUN2004)
Certifications & Achievements:
* Defense Joint Oil Analysis Program training Naval Enlisted Code 6403 (31JANUARY2012)
* Surface shipboard gauge calibration operator (25AUGUST2005)
* Dedicated technician. Planned, directed and supervised repairs to a gear reducer on a fuel oil service
pump and overhauled a compressor and electric motor on an air compressor after both suffered major
causalities days before deployment. Repairs where completed to maintain ship schedule and full
operability of the engineering plant saving the Navy over $10,000 in outsource jobs.
* Natural Leader. Guided workcenter through a rigorous Navy Safety survey and an engineering light
off assessment achieving superior scores across the board for every inspection.
* Knowledgeable. Single-handily trained and qualified numerous personnel at various positions
allowing increased flexibility while deployed. Successfully demonstrated engineering knowledge at an
oral examination with Commanding Officer, USS Mason, A.G. Cruz to qualify Engineering Officer of
the Watch which is the most significant attainment a shipboard engineer can attain normal held by
- Leadership core continuum module 1 - 6
- Non-positive displacement pump
- Packing, gaskets and seals
- Basic steam cycle
- Shipboard firefighting team evaluation
- Engineering officer of the watch
- Propulsion and auxiliary control console operator
- Engineroom operator
- Electrical plant control console operator
- Switchboard operator
- Basic and advanced damage control
- Oil spill cleanup supervisor
- Advance first-aid/ stretcher bearer