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Deck Hand


Start out entry level and work my way up in the marine industry. A career change.


Objective To obtain a position as a Marine Electrician for a company seeking motivated personnel.

Experience Marine Electrician and Machine Operator

• Responsible for the implementation of cable way inspections to determine possible hazards that may affect the integrity of various types’ electrical equipment.

• Designed new cable ways by determining length and width of cable hangars. Installed sophisticated communications equipment and made the necessary electrical connection to ensure system is aligned correctly.

• Experienced in troubleshooting and testing telephone systems, reading drawings, blueprints and schematics.

• Experienced as a machine operator for the used of manufacturing cables of various sizes and lengths.

• Experienced working on Siemens, Westinghouse, Square D and GE CT switch boards. I also have experience with Samsong phone systems and have run phone, data wiring, mounted, installed, and maintained Sanyo pan and tilt security cameras, also run PVC, EMT, and ridged pipe, done panel work and troubleshooting electrical motor hook ups, ship to shore power and balancing transformers.

• Proficient in the use of the following tools and test equipment: Volt/Ohm meters, Simpson 260 meters, Meg Ohm meters, grinders, drills and saws of various types, forklifts, and scissor lifts.

Education 2000-2001 Tidewater Community College Norfolk, VA

Some college

1988-1991 Eisenhower High School Rialto, CA


Work Chronology Integrity Staffing Services March, 2003 Jun,2008

Aetna Insulated Wired Company June 1998-September 2000

PacOrd, L3 Communications March 1998-February 2003

Passport Expires 24 Mar 2015

U.S. Merchant Mariner’s Document Expires 14 Oct 2010

TWIC Expires 29 Nov 2014


Eisenhower High school Diploma 1988,1991

Vally college 1991,1992

Tidewater college 2000,2001


16hrs Basic Fire Fighting

8hrs First Aid and CPR

4hrs Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities

12hrs Survival Techniques Training


10yrs as a Marine Electrician on Navy Vessels.

Installing electrical equipment, test, trouble shoot,

read drawing,blueprints and schematics.

Use of different tools, test equipment such as different types of meters. basic tools and drive forklift


Iv been working in shipyards for 10yrs plus on navy ships.

One thing I dont have is sea time. I do have my certificates for basic training and all my documents such as passport, zcard and twic.

Portsmouth, VA,
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