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Objective


A position where I can use my knowledge and experience of eight years offshore drilling to assist the oil and gas industry.


Experience


Edison Chouest Offshore March 2005- January 2007

Able Body Seaman Unlimited-$275/day



Nautical Offshore Corporation May 2003- January 2004

Rigging and Able Body Seaman-$145/day



Trico Marine Operators January 2004-May 2004

Able Body Seaman-$155/day



Hornbeck Offshore Operators, LLC June 2004- July 2004

Able Body Seaman-$175/day



Seabulk Offshore, LTD., June 1999- July 2003

Ordinary Seaman-$85/day

Able Body Seaman-$155/day


Education


Louisiana Technical College

• Completed 32 Hour Tanker man “PIC” Barge: Dangerous Liquids in compliance with 46 CFR 13.309. March 2006

• 8-Hour Elementary First Aid/CPR in compliance with 46 CFR 10.301-304. November 2006

• Satisfactorily completed 30-Hour Proficiency in Survival Craft. May 2001



Houston Marine Training Services

• U.S.C.G. Approved Firefighting Basic Training In compliance with the STCW Code. June 1999

• U.S.C.G. Approved Basic Training in Elementary First Aid In compliance with the STCW Code. June 1999

• U.S.C.G Approved Personal Safety Basic Training In compliance with the STCW Code. June 1999

• Completed U.S.C.G. Approved Personal Survival Basic Training. June 1999



Galliano Training Center



• Completed Basic Rigging API-RP-2D 5th Edition. January 2006

• Completed Training Safe Gulf Course. March 2005



Fletcher Technical Community College

• 44-Hour Able Seaman. July 2004


Certification


• Current STCW 95 Certificate Rating forming part of a navigational watch (Able Seaman-Unlimited) Valid until 2 September 2009, and proficient in the use of survival craft (Life Boatman)



• Valid US USCG Merchant Mariner’s Documentation Z Card AB-UNL, WIPER, SD (FH), Vision Waiver, Expires 09/02/2009



• Completed Training, Streamlined Inspection Program, Sea bulk Offshore, Ltd., February 2002


Skils

 

lafayette, LA,
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