CHATSWORTH, CA 91311
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS:
Four years experience and training in the field of diesel engineering repair and calibration. Operate and maintain auxiliary boilers, diesel engines, steam turbine generators and centrifugal pumps. Experience in mig, tig and arc welding.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Emergency Diesel Generators Troubleshooting Technical Research Pumps Schematic/Blueprint Reading Quality Assurance Programs First Aid
Boilers System Schematics Repair parts and Supplies Air Compressors
Repair Diesel Malfunctions Heat Exchanger
2004 Navy Recruit Training Chicago IL
2004 Navy Airman Apprentice Training Course Miami, FL
2005 Navy Engineman A School Chicago, IL
2006 Navy Vertical Package Conveyor/ Dumbwaiter Operator Training San Diego, CA
Leadership, teamwork, reliable engineering equipment operation and repair. Auxiliary equipment operation and repair.
EXPERIENCE: 2004- August 2008 ENGINEMAN THIRD CLASS (E-4) USN
2006 to 2008 USS BUNKER HILL
* Operated and performed preventive and corrective maintenance on shipboard compressed air systems, electro-hydraulic steering systems, reverse-osmosis desalination plants, potable water treatment systems, and shipboard package conveyors and fire investigator.
* While at sea, conducted depot level repairs of the ship‘s high pressure air compressor and reverse-osmosis desalinization plant allowing the ship to remain deployed in support of Iraqi Freedom. Awarded good conduct medal.
2004 to 2006 USS BELLEWOOD
* Supervised, trained, mentored, and conducted written evaluations of six personnel Managed the corrective maintenance of main propulsion diesel engines, winches and associated engineering equipment for six warping tugs and four powered causeway sections.
* Overhauled water propulsion assembly for lighter age Warping Tug saving the navy $150,000 in Contractor costs.
* Assisted in the replacement of six main propulsion diesel engines minimizing craft downtime and Ensuring mission readiness.
* Conducted repair for power Mod 01 Engine exhaust manifold and Warping tug hydraulic lines. Normally conducted at the depot level.
* Directed six person crew in hydro-testing over twenty thousand feet of amphibious bulk liquid transfer system hoses returning deployable equipment to 100 percents readiness.
1999 to 2004 National Steel Rule Die, Welder New York, NY
* Mig, Tig, and Arc welding