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Marine Engineer


To obtain employment with a professional company offering growth within the company and myself, allowing me the opportunity to use my experience in my local community. With the ambition of securing a position which will be mutually beneficial to my employer and myself.


2003-Present Chief Engineer Harvey Gulf Int.

* Key member of ships alteration to include 6 coastal reels, 4 hydraulic units, shark jaws, popup pins, and a 60 ton BHP winch.

* Supervise and/or perform maintenance of all shipboard equipment, resulting in less down time for the vessel. As well as six USCG and ABS inspections with a total of 8 engine room discrepancies, for all six.

* Implement and maintain ISO, IMO, ISM and SIP programs for the vessel, which allowed better coordinated vessel maintenance.

* Coordinate with vendors for all warranty repairs, as well as coordinating work schedule for subordinates, resulting in a higher level of training and moral.

* Rewrote and established transfer procedures for hazardous material, resulting in more coordinated safety measures for products such as: Barite, Fuel oil, Lube oil, Liquid Mud, Cement, Calcium Bromide, and Methanol.

2001-2003 Chief Engineer Seabulk Offshore, LTD

* Established a troubleshooting and repair maintenance program that allowed for the vessel to be eligible for a long-term contract.

1998-2001 First Assistant Engineer, MAR, INC. (held secret security clearance)

* As First Asst. Engineer onboard Research Vessel Lauren, responsible for successfully changing out a gas turbine engine to the Land Marine 1500 series gas turbine engine.

* Developed and implemented an oil analysis program saving the company approximately $25,000 a year, in the analysis of wear and internal parts breakdown.

1993-1997 Gas Turbine Technician, United States Navy (held secret security clearance)

* Maintained, collected, prepared, and supervised Navy Oil Analysis Programs onboard the USS Barry. Performed viscosity tests on oils, centrifugal and flash point test on fuel oils for LM 2500 gas turbines; K-17 Gas turbines, Quincy air compressors, and Reintjes reduction gears. Successfully determining preventative maintenance required for equipment longevity. Received the Navy’s Admirals letter for the successful completion of this maintenance program.

* Learned basic leadership and management skills.


*Currently enrolled in Grantham University (101 credits toward BS in Engineering Management)

*1993 Graduate of Rutherford High School, Panama City, FL

*Gas Turbine System Mechanical A School, US Navy

*Gas Turbine Hot Plant, US Navy

*Fuel Testing School, US Navy

*Delaval Valve Fuel Purifier School, US Navy


*STCW 95 (Louisiana Technical College)

*Advanced Shipboard Firefighting (Delego Community College)

*Vessel Security Office/ ships security office

*DOT HM-126F

*Tanker man, PIC

*Valid US Passport

*OMI Competent Person/ Confined space entry

*Medical Care Provider


* Highly motivated and diversified professional in general maintenance, troubleshooting, repairing, and replacing of gas turbines and diesel mechanical systems as well as implementation of the programs associated with these systems.

* Experienced in using logic and analysis to troubleshoot complex problems.

* Experienced in determining the cause of operating errors as well as deciding the kind of tools and equipment necessary to complete a job.

* Skilled at monitoring gauges, dials and other indicators to assure equipment is working properly.

* Vast knowledge and experience testing lube oils and fuel oils.

* Thirteen years experience in Power Plant operation.

* Dependable and well organized.

* Excellent communication skills in writing work related documents.

* Positively adjusts to changes in the work environment.

* Continuously striving for self-improvement.

* Continuing Education at Grantham University.

* Experience in ISO 9000 and ISM program management

* Supervised and assessed job performance of 2-8 Engineers, assistants and other plant personnel from 2001-present.

* Licensed Engineer in my field.


Professional License

*Journeyman license in Power Plant Operation (6000 Hrs)

*USCG Engineers License Chief Engineer OSV Class vessel

Also I am active member in my Church I enjoy volunteering to help in my community while ashore

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