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Objective


I like to gave an employment within the maritime transportation work as an machinist mate doing the same thing I was doing while I was in the Navy


Experience


•Monitored and inspect power plant equipment and indicators, operated power generating equipment including boilers, turbines, pumps generators, and reactors.

•Standing watch on hot and cold boiler, fire room and engine room, monitored water oil and fuel tanks, steam and electric blowers, pumps, low and high pressure air, boiler main and Auxiliary steam and air ejectors.

•Study blueprints, design specifications, and manufacturers' recommendations to ascertain the configuration of heating or cooling equipment components and to ensure the proper installation of components.

•Install magnetic-centrifugal chillers, compressors, or related equipment to cool air temperatures through the use of recirculating water.

•Repaired and service heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to improve efficiency, by changing filters, cleaning ducts, refilling non-toxic refrigerants, and recovery refrigerants, installed, connect, and adjust thermostats, humidistats and timers, using hand tools.

•Responsible for main engine firefighting equipment’s and conducted maintenance on AFF, PKP, CO2, and fire hose to keep them on good working order and safety of the fire and engine rooms.

•Completed corrective maintenance on distilling plant, feed water piping, repair main feed pumps and main feed booster pumps.

•Completed mission onboard USS Trenton LPD-14, maintenance plant over 400 hours of preventive maintenance and trained the Indian Navy on how to operate equipment on the engine and fire rooms.

•Maintained ship yard fleet afloat (FMA) with 13 other contractors to ensure that jobs were started in timely and safely manner on board USS Emory S land AS 39.

•Proficiency with electrical, hydraulics, mechanical schematic equipment’s and tools and isolation of equipment’s tags out to ensure to safety of system, equipment’s, and personal.

•Read charts, meters, and gauges and took corrective steps as necessary. Inspect record log book entries to assess equipment operating status supply fuel, lubricants, low and high pressure air, and auxiliary power.

•Conducted preventive maintenance on diesel trucks, changing tires, heavy brake system, clutches, transmission and filters



Correction Officer United States Navy

Dec 2010 – March 2011

•Conducted head counts to ensure that each prisoner was present.

•Monitored prisoners in housing unit or during work or recreational activities, according to established policies, regulations and procedures to prevent escape and violence.

•Inspected conditions of locks, window bars, grills, doors and gates at correctional facilities to ensure security and help prevent escapes.

•Searched prisoners and vehicles and conducted shakedowns of cells for valuables and contraband, such as weapons or drugs.

•Used weapons, handcuffs and physical force to maintain discipline and order amongst prisoners.

•Maintained records of prisoners' identification and charges.

•Settled disputes between inmates.

•Conducted fire, safety and sanitation inspections.

•Provided to supervisors oral and written reports of the quality and quantity of work performed by inmates, inmate disturbances and rule violations and unusual occurrences.

•Served meals, distributed commissary items and dispensed prescribed medication to prisoners.

•Supervised and coordinated work of other correctional service officers.

•Took prisoners into custody and escorted to locations within and outside of facility, such as visiting room, courtroom or airport.


Education


BERKELEY COLLEGE Brooklyn, NY



•Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice

•Anticipated Graduation Date (March 2014)

•Dean’s List - Ten Quarters

•President’s List- Ten Quarters

•GPA of 3.5



AUTOMOTIVE DIESEL INSTITUTE Jamaica Queens, NY

Jul 2012-Mar 2013

•GPA 3.6/4.0 Class and Experiential Learning

United States Navy

•Machinist Mate A School Great Lake IL

•Engineering Common Core Service Common School

•Engineering Mechanical Core Service Common School

•Refrigeration and Air Conditioning System School Center Naval Engineering School Norfolk VA


Certification


•Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint Project Access) and internet research

•Merchant Mariner Credential, TWIC

•Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Systems Technician, Center for Naval Engineering, 2007

•Experienced on diesel engines, brakes, steering and suspension, electrical/electronic systems and preventive maintenance

•Conduct training and technical research, trouble shooting, and plant operation, leadership job planning and mechanical systems.


Skils


•Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint Project Access) and internet research

•Fluent in French Creole

•Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Systems Technician, Center for Naval Engineering, 2007

•Experienced on diesel engines, brakes, steering and suspension, electrical/electronic systems and preventive maintenance

•Conduct training and technical research, trouble shooting, and plant operation, leadership job planning and mechanical systems.


 


•The Army Recommendation Medal, United States Army, 2011

•Organization Du Traite De L’atlantique Nord. North Atlantic Organization, 2011

•Non-Article 5 Medal NATO, 2011

•Sea Service deployment Ribbon (SSDR) 2011

•Operation Enduring freedom CONAIR, 2010

•Operation Enduring Freedom MILITARY OPERATION CERTIFICATION 2010

•Afghanistan Campaign Medal United States Navy 2010

•Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship. Correction officer department of labor United Service Military.2010

•Navy and Marine corps Achievement Medals United States Navy, 2007 and 2009

•Shipyard DPMA BZ awards, 2009

Cambria Heights, NY,
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