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Experienced Deckhand/Unlicensed Engineer


Find work as a Deckhand/Unl. Engineer with the intention of getting my 100 Ton Masters License



2007-2008 E-Z Rent to Own, Houma, LA

Performed troubleshooting, maintenance, and repairs to various makes and models of passenger vehicles.

Driver/ General Laborer

2007 US Liquids Of Louisiana, Bourg, LA

Operated Volvo, Cat, and Terex Articulating Haulers on USLL’s land farm.

Assisted mechanics in repairs on various types of equipment.

Assisted excavator operators in unloading of barges and moving equipment on land farm.

Second/ Chief Engineer

2006-2007 Abdon Callais Offshore, Golden Meadow, LA

Maintained engine room, main engines and generators. (CAT3512, C18, & C9)

Kept up with daily and supply logs.

Took on and transferred fuel, oil, and water.

Attended SafeGulf classes.


2004-2006 HyperFormance Customs Houma, LA

Repaired and rebuilt various automotive and marine engines and components.

Repaired/restored various fiberglass hull boats.


2003-2004 Dumas International Patterson, LA

Repaired and rebuilt various marine engines and gears.(EMD and Detroit Diesel)

Assisted in alignment of various marine engines and gears.

Assisted in fabrication of various types of equipment.

Repaired and rebuilt electrical power tools and hydraulic equipment.

Unlicensed Engineer

2001-2003 Seacor Marine Morgan City, LA

Maintained engine room, main engines and generators. (Cummins K19)

Kept up with daily and supply logs.

Took on and transferred fuel, oil, and water.

Attended STCW Training.

US Coast Guard 1997-2001

Fireman Apprentice (E-2)

1997-1998 USCG Marine Safety Office Morgan City, LA

Stood radio/phone watch.

Assisted pollution investigations.

Assisted small boat harbor patrols.

Promoted to Fireman (E-3) in June 1998.

Transferred to USCGC Decisive (WMEC-629) in June 1998.

Fireman (E-3)

1998 USCGC Decisive (WMEC-629) Pascagoula, MS

Stood in-port/underway watches.

Assisted in maintenance of ships engines, generators, and boilers.

Held hoseman position on shipboard firefighting team.

Transferred to USCG Engineering and Weapons School December 1998.

Attended Basic and Advanced Shipboard Firefighting, and Aircraft Rescue.

Fireman (E-3)

1998-1999 USCG Machinery Technician “A” School Yorktown, VA

Stood fire watch.

Classes included: Internal Combustion Engines, Shipboard Auxiliary Equipment, Hydraulics, Marine Transmissions and Reduction Gears, and Air Conditioning and Refrigeration.

Promoted to Machinery Technician 3rd Class (E-4)

Transferred to USCGC Sassafras (WLB-401) in March 1999.

Machinery Technician 3rd Class (E-4)

1999-2001 USCGC Sassafras (WLB-401) Santa Rita, Guam

Stood in-port/underway watches

Supervised/assisted in maintenance of ships auxiliary generators, air compressors, AC/R plants, and hydraulic systems.

Small Boat Engineer: In charge of maintenance of ships small boat Volvo Penta engines and outdrives. Also assisted small boat Coxwain in all small boat ops.

Engineering Parts and Supply Officer: In charge of procurement, inventory, and distribution of ships engineering parts and supplies.

Damage Control Petty Officer: Assisted Damage Control Technicians in maintenance of ships damage control equipment.

Assisted in Search and Rescue and Law Enforcement Ops.

Attended Basic and Advanced Shipboard Firefighting, Shipboard Damage Control, Shipboard Instructor School, and EMT-Basic School.

Honorably Discharged October 26, 2001


-USCG Basic Training, Cape May, NJ 1997

-USCG Machinery Technician "A" School,

Yorktown, VA 1998-1999

-EMT-Basic School, US Naval Hospital

Santa Rita, Guam 1999

-STCW-95 Training, AIS, Maurice, LA 2006


STCW-95, SafeGulf, EMT-Basic



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