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Chief Engineer Resume
Name:  Brian Dale GarrettCurrent Title:  Chief Engineer Length of Time:  84 months
 
Proposed Job Title: Chief EngineerLevel of participation:  100 Percent
 
RequirementsQualifications
Minimum Chief Engineer USCG unlimited license, a   combination of education and experience that provide equivalent level of   knowledge of ship operations and maintenance management Licensed Chief Engineer (Unlimited) with more   than 37 years experience. 1st Assistant Engineer with experience since 2007,   2nd Engineer experience since 2003, Limited Chief Engineer experience since   1990. Miltary Experience of 10.5 years: US Navy, PO2 Machinery Repairman   onboard USS Vulcan (AR-5) and USS Jack Williams (FFG-24). US Army CWO2, Chief   Marine Engineering Warrant Officer, 97th Transportation Unit and 558th   Maintenance Company.                                          
 
Specific Duties and Responsibilities:Chief Engineer will be responsible to ensure   the vessels are operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory   requirements, company standards and customer expectations. Involves travel to   multiple locations and extended stays away from homeport. Implements standard   procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally   sound vessel. Ensures all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training   requirements. Assists in the development of and adherence to operational   budgets. Investigates vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries.   Ensures all appropriate authorized personnel are notified and proper   documentation is completed accurately. Supervises licensed and unlicensed   personnel and crew management development. Inspects vessels to ensure   seaworthy condition and arranges for maintenance and repair activities to   correct any deficiencies. Provides technical expertise for specialized jobs   in the field. Direct supervision of union and non-union vessel personnel. 
Employment   history:
MM&P Union/ Grand River Navigation
    Chief Engineer:  April 2014 to   Present
Chief Engineer will be responsible to ensure   the vessels are operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory   requirements, company standards and customer expectations. Involves travel to   multiple locations and extended stays away from homeport. Implements standard   procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally   sound vessel. Ensures all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training   requirements. Assists in the development of and adherence to operational   budgets. Investigates vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries.   Ensures all appropriate authorized personnel are notified and proper   documentation is completed accurately. Supervises licensed and unlicensed   personnel and crew management development. Inspects vessels to ensure   seaworthy condition and arranges for maintenance and repair activities to   correct any deficiencies. Provides technical expertise for specialized jobs   in the field. Direct supervision of union and non-union vessel personnel. 
American Maritime Officers/Maersk Line   Limited
    1st Assistant Engineer
    January 2014 to March 2014
    USNS Mary Sears
Responsibilities:
    Under the direction of the Chief Engineer, Maintenance and repair of all   vessel engineering systems including but not limited to, electrical,   plumbing, diesel engines, electric motors, pumps, piping, hydraulic systems;   control of spare parts inventories and consumable items onboard vessel;   perform supervisory duties related to training individuals, submitting   reports requisitions and related correspondence, supervision of vendors and   contractors performing work onboard vessel
American Marirtime Officers/American Overseas   Marine
    3rd Assistant Engineer
    Decemeber 2013 to January 2014
    USNS Bob Hope
Responsibilities:
    Under the direction of the 1st Engineer, Maintenance and repair of all   vessel engineering systems including but not limited to, electrical,   plumbing, diesel engines, electric motors, pumps, piping, hydraulic systems;   control of spare parts inventories and consumable items onboard vessel;   submitting reports requisitions and related correspondence, onboard   vessel
Oceaneering International
    Chief Engineer Engineer 
    May 2013 to November 2013
    M/V Intervention
Chief Engineer will be responsible to ensure   the vessels are operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory   requirements, company standards and customer expectations. Involves travel to   multiple locations and extended stays away from homeport. Implements standard   procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally   sound vessel. Ensures all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training   requirements. Assists in the development of and adherence to operational   budgets. Investigates vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries.   Ensures all appropriate authorized personnel are notified and proper   documentation is completed accurately. Supervises licensed and unlicensed   personnel and crew management development. Inspects vessels to ensure   seaworthy condition and arranges for maintenance and repair activities to   correct any deficiencies. Provides technical expertise for specialized jobs   in the field. 
American Maritime Officers/Maersk Line   Limited
    2nd Assistant Engineer 
    Feb 2013 to May 2013
    M/V Arkansas
Responsibilities:
    Under the direction of the First Assistant Engineer, Maintenance and repair   of all vessel engineering systems including but not limited to, electrical,   plumbing, diesel engines, electric motors, pumps, piping, hydraulic systems;   control of spare parts inventories and consumable items onboard vessel;   submitting reports requisitions and related correspondence
American Maritime Officers/Maersk Line   Limited
    1st Assistant Engineer 
    Novenber 2012 to Febuary 2013
    USNS Impeccable
Responsibilities:
    Under the direction of the Chief Engineer, Maintenance and repair of all   vessel engineering systems including but not limited to, electrical,   plumbing, diesel engines, electric motors, pumps, piping, hydraulic systems;   control of spare parts inventories and consumable items onboard vessel;   perform supervisory duties related to training individuals, submitting   reports requisitions and related correspondence, supervision of vendors and   contractors performing work onboard vessel
Foss Atlantic Inc
    2nd Assistant Engineer 
    September 2012 to October 2012
    M/V Delta Mariner
Responsibilities:
    Under the direction of the First Assistant Engineer, Maintenance and repair   of all vessel engineering systems including but not limited to, electrical,   plumbing, diesel engines, electric motors, pumps, piping, hydraulic systems
American Maritime Officers/Crowley Technical   Mgmt
    2nd Assistant Engineer 
    August 2012 to September 2012
    M/V Ocean Atlas
Responsibilities:
    Under the direction of the First Assistant Engineer, Maintenance and repair   of all vessel engineering systems including but not limited to, electrical,   plumbing, diesel engines, electric motors, pumps, piping, hydraulic systems
American Maritime Officers/Maersk Line   Limited
    1st Assistant Engineer 
    Febuary 2012 to August 2012
    USNS Invincble
Responsibilities:
    Under the direction of the Chief Engineer, Maintenance and repair of all   vessel engineering systems including but not limited to, electrical,   plumbing, diesel engines, electric motors, pumps, piping, hydraulic systems;   control of spare parts inventories and consumable items onboard vessel;   perform supervisory duties related to training individuals, submitting   reports requisitions and related correspondence, supervision of vendors and   contractors performing work onboard vessel
MM&P Union/Grand River Navigation
    Chief  Engineer 
    October 2010 to Febuary 2012
Chief Engineer will be responsible to ensure   the vessels are operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory   requirements, company standards and customer expectations. Involves travel to   multiple locations and extended stays away from homeport. Implements standard   procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally   sound vessel. Ensures all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training   requirements. Assists in the development of and adherence to operational   budgets. Investigates vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries.   Ensures all appropriate authorized personnel are notified and proper   documentation is completed accurately. Supervises licensed and unlicensed   personnel and crew management development. Inspects vessels to ensure   seaworthy condition and arranges for maintenance and repair activities to   correct any deficiencies. Provides technical expertise for specialized jobs   in the field. 
American Maritime Officers/Maersk Line   Limited
    Chief Engineer 
    September 2010 to October 2010
    USNS Effective
Chief Engineer will be responsible to ensure   the vessels are operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory   requirements, company standards and customer expectations. Involves travel to   multiple locations and extended stays away from homeport. Implements standard   procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally   sound vessel. Ensures all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training   requirements. Assists in the development of and adherence to operational   budgets. Investigates vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries.   Ensures all appropriate authorized personnel are notified and proper   documentation is completed accurately. Supervises licensed and unlicensed   personnel and crew management development. Inspects vessels to ensure   seaworthy condition and arranges for maintenance and repair activities to   correct any deficiencies. Provides technical expertise for specialized jobs   in the field. 
American Maritime Officers/Maersk Line   Limited
    1st Assistant Engineer 
    August 2010 to September 2010
    USNS Effective
Responsibilities:
    Under the direction of the Chief Engineer, Maintenance and repair of all   vessel engineering systems including but not limited to, electrical,   plumbing, diesel engines, electric motors, pumps, piping, hydraulic systems;   control of spare parts inventories and consumable items onboard vessel;   perform supervisory duties related to training individuals, submitting   reports requisitions and related correspondence, supervision of vendors and   contractors performing work onboard vessel
MM&P Union/Grand River Navigation
    Chief and 1st Engineer 
    March 2008 to August 2010
Chief Engineer will be responsible to ensure   the vessels are operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory   requirements, company standards and customer expectations. Involves travel to   multiple locations and extended stays away from homeport. Implements standard   procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally   sound vessel. Ensures all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training   requirements. Assists in the development of and adherence to operational   budgets. Investigates vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries.   Ensures all appropriate authorized personnel are notified and proper   documentation is completed accurately. Supervises licensed and unlicensed   personnel and crew management development. Inspects vessels to ensure   seaworthy condition and arranges for maintenance and repair activities to   correct any deficiencies. Provides technical expertise for specialized jobs   in the field. 
SPT Offshore
    Chief Engineer 
    December 2007 to March 2008
    M/V Defender
Chief Engineer will be responsible to ensure   the vessels are operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory   requirements, company standards and customer expectations. Involves travel to   multiple locations and extended stays away from homeport. Implements standard   procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally   sound vessel. Ensures all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training   requirements. Assists in the development of and adherence to operational   budgets. Investigates vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries.   Ensures all appropriate authorized personnel are notified and proper   documentation is completed accurately. Supervises licensed and unlicensed   personnel and crew management development. Inspects vessels to ensure   seaworthy condition and arranges for maintenance and repair activities to   correct any deficiencies. Provides technical expertise for specialized jobs   in the field. 
Wisconsin Michigan Steamship Company
    1st Assistant Engineer 
    August 2007 to December 2007
    M/V Wolverine
Responsibilities:
    Under the direction of the Chief Engineer, Maintenance and repair of all   vessel engineering systems including but not limited to, electrical,   plumbing, diesel engines, electric motors, pumps, piping, hydraulic systems;   control of spare parts inventories and consumable items onboard vessel;   perform supervisory duties related to training individuals, submitting   reports requisitions and related correspondence, supervision of vendors and   contractors performing work onboard vessel
Young Brothers Towing
    Chief Engineer 
    June 2007 to August 2007
Chief Engineer will be responsible to ensure   the vessels are operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory   requirements, company standards and customer expectations. Involves travel to   multiple locations and extended stays away from homeport. Implements standard   procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally   sound vessel. Ensures all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training   requirements. Assists in the development of and adherence to operational   budgets. Investigates vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries.   Ensures all appropriate authorized personnel are notified and proper   documentation is completed accurately. Supervises licensed and unlicensed   personnel and crew management development. Inspects vessels to ensure   seaworthy condition and arranges for maintenance and repair activities to   correct any deficiencies. Provides technical expertise for specialized jobs   in the field. 
Epic Marine
    Chief Engineer 
    January 2007 to June 2007
    M/V Epic Diver
Chief Engineer will be responsible to ensure   the vessels are operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory   requirements, company standards and customer expectations. Involves travel to   multiple locations and extended stays away from homeport. Implements standard   procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally   sound vessel. Ensures all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training   requirements. Assists in the development of and adherence to operational   budgets. Investigates vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries.   Ensures all appropriate authorized personnel are notified and proper   documentation is completed accurately. Supervises licensed and unlicensed   personnel and crew management development. Inspects vessels to ensure   seaworthy condition and arranges for maintenance and repair activities to   correct any deficiencies. Provides technical expertise for specialized jobs   in the field. 
Oceaneering International
    Chief Engineer 
    Mar 2006 to January 2007
    M/V Ocean Service
Chief Engineer will be responsible to ensure   the vessels are operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory   requirements, company standards and customer expectations. Involves travel to   multiple locations and extended stays away from homeport. Implements standard   procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally   sound vessel. Ensures all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training   requirements. Assists in the development of and adherence to operational   budgets. Investigates vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries.   Ensures all appropriate authorized personnel are notified and proper   documentation is completed accurately. Supervises licensed and unlicensed   personnel and crew management development. Inspects vessels to ensure   seaworthy condition and arranges for maintenance and repair activities to   correct any deficiencies. Provides technical expertise for specialized jobs   in the field. 
Hornbeck Offshore
    Chief Engineer 
    November 2005 to Mar 2006
Chief Engineer will be responsible to ensure   the vessels are operated and maintained in accordance with regulatory   requirements, company standards and customer expectations. Involves travel to   multiple locations and extended stays away from homeport. Implements standard   procedures and guidelines for the operation of a safe and environmentally   sound vessel. Ensures all vessel personnel comply with regulatory training   requirements. Assists in the development of and adherence to operational   budgets. Investigates vessel damage, product spills, and personal injuries.   Ensures all appropriate authorized personnel are notified and proper   documentation is completed accurately. Supervises licensed and unlicensed   personnel and crew management development. Inspects vessels to ensure   seaworthy condition and arranges for maintenance and repair activities to   correct any deficiencies. Provides technical expertise for specialized jobs   in the field. 
Machinery Repairman Class A school, US Navy,   1979
    US Army Warrant Officer Entry Course, 1984
    US Army Chief Marine Engineering Warrant Officer Course, 1984
Licenses / Certificates and Training
Chief Engineer Unlimited Motor; Chief Engineer   Gas Turbine, Chief Engineer Limited OSV.    Current per MMC
    STCW Basic Safety Training (BST): Current per MMC
    DOD Information Assuarnce Awareness Completed August 2014
    Anti-Piracy: Completed October 2014
    Anti-Terrorism Level I: Completed Febuary 2014
    MSC CBRD Indoctrination: Completed Febuary 2014
    MSC Combating Trafficing In Persons (CTIP): Completed August 2010
    MSC Shipclip: Completed August 2010
    Sexual Harrassment Training Completed January 2014
    Basic and Advanced FF:  Completed May   1990
    MSC SAMMS Training Completed August 2010
Membership
American Maritime Officers (AMO) - Union
 
     
Clearance    
Secret   Clearance     
Documents
Gloucester, Va,
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