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Objective


To obtain a responsible and challenging position (Able Seaman) where my education, training, and work experience will have a valuable application.


Experience


Dates of Employment: August 2008 to Present (Currently laid off due to the economy of the Boat Industry)



Company: L & M Botruc, 18692 West Main Street, St. Galliano, LA 70354, Phone Number: 985-475-5733. Personnel Director: Vincent or Rusty Vizier



Position: Ordinary Seaman (OS):



Duties and Responsibilities:

• Preserves painted surfaces of the vessel, maintains lines, running gear, and cargo handling in a safe operating condition

• Handles lines to moor vessel, cleans decks, chip, and clean and paint rust spots

• Lubricates machinery and equipment, splices and repairs cables and rope, loads and unloads cargo, equipment, and supplies, stands watch from bow or wing of bridge

• Assist the Oiler/Engineer with their duties to obtain knowledge to reach my career goal as an Engineer

• Participated in ongoing drills aboard the vessels which comes in compliance with w/CFR 10.209(6)(ii)



Dates of Employment: December 1999 to August 2008



Company: Discount Muffler and Brakes, 765 North Navy Boulevard, Pensacola, Florida 32507. Phone number: (850) 453-2900. Owner/Supervisor: John Denman



Position: Manager and Auto Technician



Duties and Responsibilities:

• Trained and supervised new employees

• Utilized Miller Mig Welder, Lincoln Electric Mig Welder, Hypertherm Plasma Cutter, Snap-on Modis, Ben Pearson Pipe Bender, cutting torches, and air tools

• Utilized the Alldata Auto Repair Program and Windows XP

• Completed brake jobs, suspensions, ignition systems, electrical systems, OBD I and OBD II computer systems, charging systems, custom exhaust on cars and trucks on various makes and model of vehicles

• Researched wiring schematics

• Identified engine troubles and replaced engine parts as needed

• Ordered and priced parts and labor.

• Communicated with customers in person and by phone

• Opened and closed shop and completed all necessary paperwork.



Dates of Employment: March 1990 to December 1999



Company: Midas Mufflers, 656 North Navy Boulevard, Pensacola, Florida 32507. Company no longer in business – Contact Gerald Gillis for employment history at (850) 472-1096.



Position: Technician



Duties and Responsibilities:

• Utilized of Miller Mig Welder, Hypertherm Plasma Cutter, Snap-on Red Brick Scanner, Huth Pipe Bender, cutting torches, air tools

• Utilized the All-data Auto Repair Program

• Completed brake jobs, suspensions, ignition systems, electrical systems, OBD I and OBD II computer systems, charging systems, custom exhaust on cars and trucks

• Read wiring schematics

• Identified engine troubles and replaced engine parts as needed

• Ordered and priced parts and labor

• Communicated with customers in person and by phone

• Completed all necessary paperwork



Additional employment history upon request


Education


Auto Electric System II Pensacola Junior College 1997

Auto Electric System I Pensacola Junior College 1997

Auto Heating and A/C Pensacola Junior College 1994

Hauppauge High School Hauppauge, New York June 1987


Certification


Proficiency in Survival Craft Sea School November 25, 2008

Personal Safety and Social Responsibility Sea School November 16, 2008

Basic-Elementary First Aid and CPR Sea School November 12, 2008

Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting Sea School November 12, 2008

Able Seaman Sea School January 29, 2009

A4 Suspension and Steering ASE Certification Current to 2010

A5 Brakes ASE Certification Current to 2010

A6 Electrical/Electronic Systems ASE Certification Current to 2010

X1 Exhaust System Specialist ASE Certification Current to 2010

A/C Professional Diagnostics First Call January 26, 2004

OBD II On-Board Diagnostics First Call May 25, 2004

Factory Trained Catalytic Converter Specialist Goerlich’s Exhaust Systems June 15, 2001

Total Customer Satisfaction (Midas) First Call May 20, 1997

Standards of Service Self Study Program First Call May 7, 1997

Anti-Lock Brake Systems First Call January 30, 1996

Standards of Service Self Study Program First Call April 23, 1996

Anti-Lock Brake Systems Review First Call October 28, 1992


Skils


• Seven months as an Ordinary Seaman (Sea time: 149.5 12 hour days while underway)

• Two years as Manager/Technician of Discount Mufflers and Brakes

• Over 16 years of Auto Technician experience

• ASE certified in brakes, steering and suspension, exhaust and auto electrical

• Experience with Windows XP, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Money, and QuickBooks software and the Alldata programs applicable for automobile based businesses

• Experience training new employees and communicating with customers

• Detailed oriented, highly motivated and organized


 


Credentials:

TWIC (Transportation Worker Identification Credential)

AB – OSV (Able Seaman – Offshore Vessel)

United States Passport – Current through August 30, 2016

Pace, FL,
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