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Objective


To obtain a challenging position in a progressive company where I can apply my skills and knowledge with an opportunity for advancement.


Experience


Fitter/Repairman (January 5, 2007 –Present)

NYK-Fil Ship Management Inc. (M/V Crystal Serenity)

Sta. Potenciana cor. Gen. Luna Sts. Intramuros, Manila

•Lays out, installs, and maintains ships' piping systems, such as steam heat and power, hot water, hydraulic, air pressure, and oil lines, following blueprints, and using handtools and shop machines: Plans layout of pipe sections, allowing for conformance to specifications, holes, and obstructions. Cuts and bores holes in bulkheads and decks for installation of pipes. Operates shop machines to cut and thread pipe and pipe fittings, such as valves, traps, and thermostats. Packs pipe with sand to avoid contortion of pipe and bends pipe to specified shape on pipe-bending fixture. Bolts or welds pipe brackets to support pipe systems. Connects pipes to fixtures, such as radiators, laundry, and galley equipment, pumps, and tanks, using wrench, and solders joints to seal connections, using hand torch. Repairs, packs, and adjusts valves. Tests installed systems for leaks and to ensure that system meets specifications, using hydrostatic and other pressure test equipment.



Fitter (December 9, 2005 – October 6, 2006)

NYK-Fil Ship Management Inc. (M/T Takamine)

Sta. Potenciana cor. Gen. Luna Sts. Intramuros, Manila

• Lays out, installs, and maintains ships' piping systems, such as steam heat and power, hot water, hydraulic, air pressure, and oil lines, following blueprints, and using handtools and shop machines: Plans layout of pipe sections, allowing for conformance to specifications, holes, and obstructions. Cuts and bores holes in bulkheads and decks for installation of pipes. Operates shop machines to cut and thread pipe and pipe fittings, such as valves, traps, and thermostats. Packs pipe with sand to avoid contortion of pipe and bends pipe to specified shape on pipe-bending fixture. Bolts or welds pipe brackets to support pipe systems. Connects pipes to fixtures, such as radiators, laundry, and galley equipment, pumps, and tanks, using wrench, and solders joints to seal connections, using hand torch. Repairs, packs, and adjusts valves. Tests installed systems for leaks and to ensure that system meets specifications, using hydrostatic and other pressure test equipment.



Fitter/Repairman (February 20, 2005 – October 27, 2005)

NYK-Fil Ship Management Inc. (M/V Crystal Symphony)

Sta. Potenciana cor. Gen. Luna Sts. Intramuros, Manila

•Lays out, installs, and maintains ships' piping systems, such as steam heat and power, hot water, hydraulic, air pressure, and oil lines, following blueprints, and using handtools and shop machines: Plans layout of pipe sections, allowing for conformance to specifications, holes, and obstructions. Cuts and bores holes in bulkheads and decks for installation of pipes. Operates shop machines to cut and thread pipe and pipe fittings, such as valves, traps, and thermostats. Packs pipe with

sand to avoid contortion of pipe and bends pipe to specified shape on pipe-bending fixture. Bolts or welds pipe brackets to support pipe systems. Connects pipes to fixtures, such as radiators, laundry, and galley equipment, pumps, and tanks, using wrench, and solders joints to seal connections, using hand torch. Repairs, packs, and adjusts valves. Tests installed systems for leaks and to ensure that system meets specifications, using hydrostatic and other pressure test equipment.



Fitter/Repairman (June 24, 2004 – November 27, 2004)

NYK-Fil Ship Management Inc. (M/V Crystal Symphony)

Sta. Potenciana cor. Gen. Luna Sts. Intramuros, Manila

•Lays out, installs, and maintains ships' piping systems, such as steam heat and power, hot water, hydraulic, air pressure, and oil lines, following blueprints, and using handtools and shop machines: Plans layout of pipe sections, allowing for conformance to specifications, holes, and obstructions. Cuts and bores holes in bulkheads and decks for installation of pipes. Operates shop machines to cut and thread pipe and pipe fittings, such as valves, traps, and thermostats. Packs pipe with sand to avoid contortion of pipe and bends pipe to specified shape on pipe-bending fixture. Bolts or welds pipe brackets to support pipe systems. Connects pipes to fixtures, such as radiators, laundry, and galley equipment, pumps, and tanks, using wrench, and solders joints to seal connections, using hand torch. Repairs, packs, and adjusts valves. Tests installed systems for leaks and to ensure that system meets specifications, using hydrostatic and other pressure test equipment.



Fitter/Machinist (August 28, 2003 – April 25, 2004)

United Philippines Line Inc. (MV Bonny Shell Tanker)

UPL Bldg., Sta. Clara St. Intramuros, Manila

•Lays out, installs, and maintains ships' piping systems, such as steam heat and power, hot water, hydraulic, air pressure, and oil lines, following blueprints, and using handtools and shop machines: Plans layout of pipe sections, allowing for conformance to specifications, holes, and obstructions. Cuts and bores holes in bulkheads and decks for installation of pipes. Operates shop machines to cut and thread pipe and pipe fittings, such as valves, traps, and thermostats. Packs pipe with sand to avoid contortion of pipe and bends pipe to specified shape on pipe-bending fixture. Bolts or welds pipe brackets to support pipe systems. Connects pipes to fixtures, such as radiators, laundry, and galley equipment, pumps, and tanks, using wrench, and solders joints to seal connections, using hand torch. Repairs, packs, and adjusts valves. Tests installed systems for leaks and to ensure that system meets specifications, using hydrostatic and other pressure test equipment.



Fitter/Machinist (April 22, 2002 – March 13, 2003)

United Philippines Line Inc. (MS Prinsendam)

UPL Bldg., Sta. Clara St. Intramuros, Manila

•Lays out, installs, and maintains ships' piping systems, such as steam heat and power, hot water, hydraulic, air pressure, and oil lines, following blueprints, and using handtools and shop machines: Plans layout of pipe sections, allowing for conformance to specifications, holes, and obstructions. Cuts and bores holes in bulkheads and decks for installation of pipes. Operates shop machines to cut and thread pipe and pipe fittings, such as valves, traps, and thermostats. Packs pipe with sand to avoid contortion of pipe and bends pipe to specified shape on pipe-bending fixture. Bolts or welds pipe brackets to support pipe systems. Connects pipes to fixtures, such as radiators, laundry, and galley equipment, pumps, and tanks, using wrench, and solders joints to seal connections, using hand torch. Repairs, packs, and adjusts valves. Tests installed systems for leaks and to ensure that system meets specifications, using hydrostatic and other pressure test equipment.



Fitter/Machinist (April 12, 2001 – January 15, 2002)

United Philippines Line Inc. (MV Magdala Shell Tanker)

UPL Bldg., Sta. Clara St. Intramuros, Manila

•Lays out, installs, and maintains ships' piping systems, such as steam heat and power, hot water, hydraulic, air pressure, and oil lines, following blueprints, and using handtools and shop machines: Plans layout of pipe sections, allowing for conformance to specifications, holes, and obstructions. Cuts and bores holes in bulkheads and decks for installation of pipes. Operates shop machines to cut and thread pipe and pipe fittings, such as valves, traps, and thermostats. Packs pipe with sand to avoid contortion of pipe and bends pipe to specified shape on pipe-bending fixture. Bolts or welds pipe brackets to support pipe systems. Connects pipes to fixtures, such as radiators, laundry, and galley equipment, pumps, and tanks, using wrench, and solders joints to seal connections, using hand torch. Repairs, packs, and adjusts valves. Tests installed systems for leaks and to ensure that system meets specifications, using hydrostatic and other pressure test equipment.



Travelling Machinist (January 22, 2000 – December 17, 2000)

United Philippines Line Inc. (MSY WindSurf)

UPL Bldg., Sta. Clara St. Intramuros, Manila

•Installs ship machinery, such as propelling machinery, auxiliary motors, pumps, ventilating equipment, and steering gear, working from blueprints and using handtools, calipers, and micrometers. Lays out passage holes on bulkheads, decks, and other surfaces for connections, such as shafting and steam lines. Installs below-deck auxiliaries, such as evaporators, stills, heaters, pumps, condensers, and boilers and connects them to steampipe systems. Tests and inspects installed machinery and equipment during dock and sea trials. May set up and operate such machine shop tools as lathe, boring mill, planer, shaper, slotter, and milling machine to fabricate replacement parts.



Integrated Rating 2 (September 24, 1998 – July 21, 1999)

Stolt Nielsen Marine Services (M/T Stolt Invention)

2/F Don Chua Lamko Bldg. Legazpi Village, Makati City

•Maintain cleanliness of decks and structures. Remove rust from, treat and paint the ship's sides and structures. Assist in maintaining and repairing the ship's engines and mechanical equipment. Clean the ship's fresh water, ballast and oil tanks and cargo compartment. When steering the ship, on lookout duty or on watch, integrated ratings work under the direction of the officer of the watch. When in the engine room, work under the direction of engineering officers.



General Purpose 3/Trainee (December 7, 1997 – July 9, 1998)

Stolt Nielsen Marine Services (M/T Stolt Inspiration)

2/F Don Chua Lamko Bldg. Legazpi Village, Makati City

•Assists Fitter in repairing and maintaining machinery, equipment, physical structures, and plumbing and electrical systems of industrial establishment, using handtools and power tools: Dismantles machines or equipment, replaces defective parts and motors, and adjusts feed mechanisms. Cleans and lubricates machine parts, such as shafts, pulleys, gears, and bearings, using rags, brushes, grease gun, and oilcan. Replaces or repairs machine belts. Removes dust, dirt, grease, and waste material from machines.



Gen. Purpose 3/ Trainee ( November 27, 1996 – July 15, 1997)

Stolt Nielsen Marine Services (M/T Stolt Helluland)

2/F Don Chua Lamko Bldg. Legazpi Village, Makati City

•Assists Fitter in repairing and maintaining machinery, equipment, physical structures, and plumbing and electrical systems of industrial establishment, using handtools and power tools: Dismantles machines or equipment, replaces defective parts and motors, and adjusts feed mechanisms. Cleans and lubricates machine parts, such as shafts, pulleys, gears, and bearings, using rags, brushes, grease gun, and oilcan. Replaces or repairs machine belts. Removes dust, dirt, grease, and waste material from machines.



General Purpose/ Trainee ( May 29, 1996 – October 17, 1996)

Stolt Nielsen Marine Services (M/T Stolt Helluland)

2/F Don Chua Lamko Bldg. Legazpi Village, Makati City

•Assists Fitter in repairing and maintaining machinery, equipment, physical structures, and plumbing and electrical systems of industrial establishment, using handtools and power tools: Dismantles machines or equipment, replaces defective parts and motors, and adjusts feed mechanisms. Cleans and lubricates machine parts, such as shafts, pulleys, gears, and bearings, using rags, brushes, grease gun, and oilcan. Replaces or repairs machine belts. Removes dust, dirt, grease, and waste material from machines.



Machinist ( July 1992– April 1996)

DIAS Automation Phils. Inc.

DelMonte Ave., Quezon City

•Set up and operate a variety of machine tools to produce precision parts and instruments. Includes precision instrument makers who fabricate, modify, or repair mechanical instruments. May also fabricate and modify parts to make or repair machine tools or maintain industrial machines, applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures.

•Align and secure holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials onto machines. Calculate dimensions and tolerances using knowledge of mathematics and instruments such as micrometers and vernier calipers. Maintain industrial machines, applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures.

• Measure, examine, and test completed units in order to detect defects and ensure conformance to specifications, using precision instruments such as micrometers. Monitor the feed and speed of machines during the machining process. Operate equipment to verify operational efficiency. Position and fasten workpieces. Select the appropriate tools, machines, and materials to be used in preparation of machinery work.



ON-THE-JOB TRAINING



Jan. 1992 – April 1992 MACHINIST

Maximetal Industries Incorporated

Caloocan City, Philippines


Education


Vocational Don Bosco Training Center

Bo. Magsaysay St., Tondo, Manila

Course/Major Machine Shop

Year Attended January 1991 – December 1991



Secondary Dr. Juan Nolasco High School

Fugoso Street, Tondo, Manila

Years Attended 1986 – 1990



Primary Teodoro Yangco Elementary School

Dandan cor. Yangco Sts., Tondo, Mla.

Years Attended 1980 – 1986


Certification


Nov. 25, 2005 Advance Training in Fire Fighting

Maritme Training Center of the Phils.



Oct. 8, 2005 Training in Advanced Firefighting



Feb. 15, 2005 Safety Management System

NYK-Fil Ship Management Inc.



June 14-15,2004 Crowd Management (IMO Model Course 1.28)

Seatech Fil Ship Management Inc.



Aug. 21, 2003 General Tanker Certificate



Aug. 21, 2003 Basic Safety Training and Instruction



Mar. 12-22,2001 Basic Safety Course

Consolidated Training Systems, Inc.



Mar. 01-03,2001 Shore-based Firefighting



Feb. 17-26,2001 General Tanker Familiarization

Admiral Maritime Training Inst.of the Phils.



Sept. 07-11,1998 Framo V Advanced Course

Norwegian Training Center-Manila



Nov. 24-28,1997 Basic Diesel Engine Course

Norwegian Training Center-Manila



Oct. 20-24,1997 TIG Welding

Norwegian Training Center-Manila (UNITOR)



Oct. 06-10,1997 Electric Arc Welding

Norwegian Training Center-Manila (UNITOR)



Sept. 29-Oct. 03,1997 Gas Welding

Norwegian Training Center-Manila



Sept. 5, 1997 Shipboard Practical Exercises for Deck

Watchkeeping Course

Magsaysay Training Center



Sept. 01-05,1997Deck Watchkeeping for Ratings

Consolidated Maritime Resources Foundation,

Inc.



Aug. 21, 1997 Shipboard Practical Exercises for Engine

Watchkeeping Course

Magsaysay Training Center



Aug. 18-22, 1997Engine Watchkeeping for Ratings

Consolidated Maritime Resources Foundation,

Incorporated.



March 18-22,1996 Chemical Tanker Familiarization

Consolidated Maritime Resources Foundation,

Incorporated



Mar. 11-15,1996 Basic Safety and Emergency Course

Consolidated Maritime Resources Foundation,

Incorporated


Skils

 


Date/Place of Birth : August 27, 1972 / Tondo, Manila

Age : 34years old

Sex : Male

Civil Status : Married

Nationality : Filipino

Height/weight : 5’8” / 86 kgs.

Religion : Roman Catholic

Name of Spouse : Fannie Retugal Abelido

TIN : 150-302-295

SSS Number : 33-1511241-5

Passport Number : RR-0285144

Date Issued : November 9, 2005

Seaman’s Book No. : B283173

Date Issued : November 9, 2005

C.O.C. Number : 0513110010489

Date Issued : December 01, 2005

US VISA No. : 200663407070002(C1/D class)

Date Issued : December 8, 2006

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