Obtain a position using my skills as a marine electrician, refrigeration technician, or other engineering field.
I am currently an engineering instructor at the Paul Hall Center. I am a retired Master Chief Electrian's Mate (nuclear submarines) and sailed as a marine electrician/refrigeration technician commercialy for three years.
AMERICAN SERVICE TECHNOLOGY, INC. (JANUARY 2002-PRESENT) - Technical Instructor/Writer - An Engineering department instructor and curriculum coordinator. Qualified by the U.S. Coast Guard to teach ten courses of instruction. Wrote eleven courses of instruction, nine approved by the Coast Guard for Merchant Mariner endorsement and all are approved by ACE for college credit.
U.S. MERCHANT MARINE (FEBRUARY 2000-JANUARY 2002) - Qualified Member of the Engine Department (ME,JE,DE) - Sailed on three U.S. flagged vessels on both U.S. coastal and international voyages as electrician, refrigeration engineer and electronics technician. Maintained the ships’ electrical, refrigeration and electronic equipment. Performed voyage repairs and modifications to equipment and systems to improve performance. Supervised overseas shipyard maintenance for the Engine Department.
WELCH EQUIPMENT CO., INC. (APRIL 1998-JANUARY 2000) - Operations/Service Manager - Responsible for the planning and operation of a warehouse equipment dealership including the service, parts, rental, and used equipment departments. Doubled the service department revenue in the first 12 months of my management.
FRITO-LAY, INC. (FEBRUARY 1995-APRIL 1998) - Maintenance Technician - Responsible for maintaining production and distribution equipment. Startup team member, project manager, security supervisor, and HAZMAT/SPCC coordinator for the facility. Proficient in PLC program administration and troubleshooting. Wrote preventive maintenance tasks and established their periodicity. Developed SPCC training and monitoring program to meet federal and state guidelines.
AMERICAN PROTECTIVE SERVICES (NOVEMBER 1993-FEBRUARY 1995) - Personnel Manager- Responsible for recruitment and training for the greater than 300 person work force supporting more than 10,000 hours weekly of contract security service. Established the training program that was adopted by the State of Utah as the guide for required training of security officers. Performed background investigations on prospective officers. Reduced turnover by 50%.
GUARD SYSTEMS INCORPORATED (JULY 1993-NOVEMBER 1993) - Sergeant and Site Supervisor - Responsible for training and administration for the security force at AT&T Universal Card Service. As sergeant, I was qualified to perform security officer duties at all business that were contracted by Guard Systems in the greater Salt Lake City area.
U.S. NAVY (MAY 1972-DECEMBER 1992) - Command Master Chief, Chief of the Boat, Master Chief Electrician - Performed duties appropriate to my rating and position at two nuclear power training facilities, on four nuclear submarines, and at an overseas repair facility. I was advanced the first time I was eligible every time from pay grades E3 to E9. I proved an asset at every command where I served receiving two Navy Commendation Medals and one Navy Achievement Medal.
TECHNICAL: EPA Section 608 Universal and Section 609 MVAC Technician, Allen-Bradley Programmable Logic Controllers, Omron Programmable Logic Controllers, Crown RC/SC Fork Lift Maintenance, Hazardous Materials Controls and Environmental Regulation Compliance
MILITARY: Basic Electricity and Electronics Preparatory, Electrician’s Mate Class “A”, Navy Nuclear Power Program, Electrician’s Mate Class “C-7", Navy Alcohol Safety Action Program, Leadership/Management Education Training for Chief Petty Officers, Unit Safety Officer
HIGH SCHOOL: Hereford High School, Hereford, Texas (graduated 1972)
QMED - Marine Electrician, Junior Engineer, Deck Engineer
EPA 608 Universal and 609 Technician
I am an outstanding electrical, mechanical, and refrigeration trouble shooter. I can fix, repair, or replace failed equipment rapidly and correctly the first time, making the most cost and time effective decision for the proper repair to complete the mission.