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Engineer  / Naval Architect

Professional Summary: Competent and capable engineer with an extremely strong work ethic. Great

team player with proven leadership skills that is highly motivated to advance my career in the field of

Engineering.

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Work Experience:

April 2015 – Present

Brigham and Women’s Hospital – Maintenance Mechanic

• Operate, maintain, and repair the Hospital Facilities and related equipment on the 1.9 million square

foot Boston Campus. These services are but not limited to: HVAC systems, domestic hot & cold

water, fire protection, emergency power & lighting, vacuum system, pneumatic tube system, and

medical air systems.

August 2014 – February 2015

M/V Mako – Kirby Offshore Marine – Assistant Engineer

• Two V-16 Cummins QSK-60 engines; 4000 total HP. Three 99-kW John Deere generator sets.

Preventive maintenance on various operating systems. Assist with daily operations as directed by

Master and Chief Engineer.

June 2014 – August 2014

Boston Harbor Cruises – Assistant Port Engineer

• Assist Port Engineer in maintenance and duties to ensure proper vessel operations.

June 2013 – August 2013

General Dynamics American Overseas Marine – Intern

Assisted departments including: Program Operations, Safety Quality and Environmental

Management (SQEMS) System, Engineering, Procurement & Logistics, Finance & Accounting as

directed.

January 2013 – March 2013

USNS Pililaau – General Dynamics American Overseas Marine – Engine Cadet

• Four Colt Pielstick V-10 PC4.2 diesel engines; 65,160 total HP. Maintenance included main

propulsion equipment, electrical, refrigeration, fabrication, piping/tubing, etc.

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Education:

Northeastern University – Boston, MA

• Present – Spring 2017 (Expected)

• Master of Science in Energy Systems with Graduate Certificate in Engineering Leadership

Massachusetts Maritime Academy - Buzzards Bay, MA – GPA 3.14

• Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering, Minor in Energy Management

• USCG 3RD Assistant Engineer Steam, Motor, and Gas Turbine Unlimited Horsepower

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Accomplishments, Licenses, Certification, Awards:

• Master’s Award

• President’s List Recipient

• Dean’s List Recipient

• 5th Company Commander

• 5th Company Orientation Squad Leader

• 2nd Assistant Boiler Rate

• 200+ hours leadership training

• EPA Section 608 Universal Certification

• Vessel Security with Designated Duties

• CPR Certified

Hanover, Massachusetts,
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