To pursue a career in an innovative company as a Marine Engineer.
Rectificadora de Motores S.A/ Sistemas Hidraulicos S.A.
Production Manager, (January 2004-Present)
In charge of all company operations in the specialties of machine shop, welding, engine rebuilding and hydraulic components maintenance/repairs for heavy machinery, refuse equipment and merchant vessels. Also, project coordinator and supervisor of quality control, monitoring that all procedures adhere to class/industry standards.
BRASWELL SHIPYARD INTERNATIONAL, Panama City, Panama
Ship Manager, (September 2003-December 2003)
In charge of ship repair operations during dry docking periods as well as afloat emergency repairs. Direct the restoration and maintenance of the vessels, adhering to maritime restoration/preservation standards. Work in coordination with department heads to ensure the smooth operation of the projects. Plan, schedule and assign repair work, monitor these activities and train employees in proper procedures.
MARINE BUREAU OF PANAMA CANAL AUTHORITY, Panama City, Panama
Intern, (JUNE-JULY 2002)
Studied the operations of the Panama Canal. Discussed the responsibilities of the different Divisions inside the Commission and how each one helps to the safe transit and operation. Discussed the operations, future projections, and structural organization with division heads and staff members. Participated in daily operation and maintenance routines in the tugboat fleet as assistant engineer.
U. S. MERCHANT MARINE, U.S.A
Engine Cadet, (July 2000 - November 2000, April 2001 – November 2001)
Completed 325 days of shipboard training as an Engine Cadet on steam and diesel propulsion plants. Worked under the supervision of licensed engineers assisting in all aspects of shipboard operations, performing emergency repairs and maintenance at sea and in port, performing tests and calculations, and standing watches in the Engine Room. Completed twenty credits of related independent study
UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY, Kings Point, NY
Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering Systems - Cum Laude, June 2003
License: Second Engineer, Unlimited Horsepower Steam and
Diesel, Panamanian Flag. Completed requirements for Third A/E
according to U.S. Coast Guard.
Certifications: Advanced Firefighting, USCG Lifeboatman, STCW 95
CPR, Advanced Lifesaving, Hazardous Materials Handling Certificate. Chemical Biological &Radiological Weapons Defense.
Maritime Industry Proficient knowledge in ship design, operation, maintenance and repair as well as Class Society standards and International Safety Management Code.
Language Fully bilingual in English and Spanish
Communication Excellent communication skills and comfortable in a multinational environment.
Computer Literate: MS Office, Auto Cad, Rhinoceros, ANSYS, Visual Basic