Revoc McCullough Tovar 5319 35th Ave F205 Gig Harbor, WA 98335 (253) 432-2348 Rfirstname.lastname@example.org CERTIFICATIONS: AB Limited QMED Oiler EMT –Basic EPA 608 Universal GMDSS Operator VPDSD TWIC OSHA 10 Tankerman Assist Advanced Fire Fighting Radar Observer (Unlimited) HAZWOPER 40Hr AWS 3G FCAW KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Navigation, Helm and Watch Standing Rigging Cargo and Gear Wire Splicing and Knot Skills Small Boat Handling Engine Room Rounds and Maintenance System Repair and Maintenance Emergency Medical Services Basic Life Support Welding -MIG TIG FCAW SMAW and OXY- FUEL EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING: American Queen Steamboat Company EMT/Deckhand American Empress, Camas, WA July 2017 – October 2017 Person in charge of medical care and emergencies, as well as all medical equipment and supplies. Filing of incident reports and drug screens. BAC and Urinalysis certified, with routine random and post-accident screening. Responsibilities include contributing to safe navigation of the vessel through river and locks. Watch Standing, Ship Maintenance, Line Handling, and security on a daily basis. Fire, man down, and abandon ship drills weekly. Clatsop Community College September 2016 – March 2017 Maritime Science Department, Astoria, OR Focused training and coursework from experienced instructors in key bridge operations including the use of advanced simulation programs for Radar, ECDIS, and Maritime Radios. Logged over 300 hours of practice in varied welding processes. Hands on training in life saving techniques and equipment, as well as an externship with Columbia Memorial Hospital and Medix Ambulance Service. Maritime Training Program Cadet February 2015 – September 2016 Maritime Training Program, Tongue Point, Astoria, OR Training Vessels: Ironwood Tonnage 743 H.P 1500, Columbia Tonnage 60 H.P 2000 Over 2,000 hours of training on Deck, Engine Room and Steward’s Department on above vessels; held Person-In-Charge of Deck and Engine Room; Operation and maintenance of Engine Room equipment, MDE’s, EMD’s, and SSDG’s. Participated daily in operations including but not limited to Rigging, Rescue Boat, Fire Drills, Helm and Watch Standing. Manson Construction Cadet March 2016 – April 2016 Dredge Newport, Houma, LA Moored ship to pier; loaded and offloaded supplies from crew boat while dredging; deck maintenance, changing of davit wires, hydraulic hoses, and winches; lookout watches; fire, MOB, and abandon ship drills weekly.