SUMMARY Highly motivated marine engineer with experience in engine room operation in offshore drilling and commercial shipping, as well as newbuild commissioning and classification procedures. Seeking a challenging engineering opportunity in the maritime industry.
EDUCATION United States Merchant Marine Academy (2009 - 2013) B.S. in Marine Engineering Systems, focus in Ocean Engineering Graduated Cum Laude, GPA 3.57
CERTIFICATIONS U.S. Coast Guard Second Assistant Engineer Unlimited Horsepower U.S. Coast Guard Chief Engineer Limited Horsepower U.S. Coast Guard Electro-Technical Officer (ETO) Dynamic Positioning Officer - Basic Operator Certification USCG Tankerman Assistant - Dangerous Liquids EPA Certified Universal Refrigerant Handler EI - Engineering Intern Certification
WORK EXPERIENCE Noble Drilling Second Engineer, Third Engineer June 2013 – July 2016 • Engineer on the Noble Bob Douglas in the Gulf of Mexico and New Zealand. Watch stander in charge of operation and maintenance of the engines, thrusters, and all auxiliary machinery. • Responsible for management of team of three other watch standing and maintenance personnel, as well as hazard management in responding to adverse events and alarms. • Go-to engineer in ensuring compliance with U.S. environmental and safety requirements, as well as class surveys, failure mode effects analysis (FMEA) testing, and flag state inspections. • Outside of engineering duties, pursued experience towards a Dynamic Positioning certification • In 2013, 6 months experience taking delivery from Hyundai Heavy Industries in Korea. Directly involved with system commissioning and sea trials before delivery.
United States Navy Reserve Lieutenant June 2013 - Present • Active member of the Strategic Sealift Officer (SSO) program. Utilize experience as a merchant mariner to provide the Navy with engineering support for sealift ships and combined operations. • In 2017, deployed for extended training with an Expeditionary Port Unit in Korea for Combined Joint Logistics Over the Shore exercise. Coordinated ship transfers with Korean and US forces.
Competitive Power Ventures Development Team Intern June - July 2012 • Assisted in managing new construction of natural gas and alternative energy power plants. • Worked with traders in negotiating natural gas and energy contracts. • Completed research project analyzing regional demands for natural gas plants.
Commercial Shipping Engine Cadet Oct 2010 - May 2012 • 300 days on: Maersk Georgia, Horizon Reliance, Midnight Sun, APL Philippines, USNS Yano • Worked alongside licensed marine engineers in maintenance of ship’s propulsion plant and auxiliary machinery, completing 18 credit hours of independent study projects.