I am seeking a permanent position with a respected maritime company as a USCG licensed engineer.
Experience: Crosby Tugs Galliano, LA
Chief Engineer September 2007 to Present
Coordinated 4 months vessel refit on an 8,000 HP, rig moving tug at Bollinger Shipyard in Larose, LA and a 5 months vessel repair period at Bollinger Shipyards, Morgan City, LA on a 10,000 HP anchor handling tug. Perform daily duties as Chief Engineer on 7,000 to 10,000 HP tugs in Gulf of Mexico.
Sirius Maritime Seattle, WA
Chief Engineer May 2002 to September 2007
Chief Engineer on ocean going tugs and petroleum barges. EMD, Caterpillar 3500 and Alco main engines. Reintjes, Faulk, Lufkin and Haley gearboxes. Markey and Intercon winches. Petroleum barges have DDA, Caterpillar and Northern Lights cargo and auxiliary engines, Byron Jackson deep well pumps.
Sea Coast Towing Seattle, WA
Chief Engineer March 1997 to May 2002
Chief Engineer on ocean going tugs, DDA-149, EMD-645, GE-FDM, Caterpillar-398, 399, 3500 series main engines. Faulk, Lufkin, Reintjes, Haley and MG gear boxes. Markey and Intercon winches.
Union Pacific Railroad Little Rock, AR
Machinist July 1994 to March 1997
Machinist at a major repair shop. Completed scheduled maintenance and unscheduled repairs on EMD and General Electric locomotives. Work included engine overhauls, component change outs, turbos, power assemblies, main bearings, pumps, gear train replacement etc. 6 months in component shop rebuilding Woodward governors, fuel injectors and control assemblies. 14 months as Lead Troubleshooter diagnosing problem locomotives and repeat failures.
United States Navy, Naval Amphibious School Coronado, CA
Instructor, Curriculum Coordinator June 1991 to July 1994
Lead Instructor at Naval Amphibious School, Coronado to US military and DOD personnel. Curriculum included overhaul, maintenance and casualty control procedures on DDA , Volvo Penta, Cummins and Evinrude/Johnson marine engines.
United States Navy, Assault Craft Unit One Coranado, CA
Chief Engineer July 1989 to June 1991
Chief Engineer on 172 foot landing craft. Responsible for supervision, and documentation of maintenance, operation and repair of the vessel.
United States Navy, USS Proteus Guam, Marianas Islands
Engineman First Class July 1987 to July 1989
Assigned as Lead Petty Officer of ships Aft Engineroom. Responsible for supervision and training of 27 watchstanders and maintenance personnel. EMD 645 diesel electric main engines and ships service diesel generators, Lufkin reduction gears, main propulsion control and monitoring systems, all associated pumps, piping and valves.
United States Navy, USS Barbour County San Diego, CA
Engineman July 1984 to July 1987
Initially assigned to Auxiliary Division, responsible for maintenance and repair of the ships HVAC and refrigeration system, deck cranes, winches, boats, galley, steam, potable water, sanitary, hydraulic, and fire fighting systems. Transfered to Main Propulsion, duties included maintenance and operation of ALCO direct drive main engines and generators, General Electric reduction gears, Kemawa controllable pitch propellers, ships air, ballast, fuel transfer and purification system and all associated equipment.
References available upon request
Hazwoper GE Advanced Fuel Injection
EMD Technical Woodward Governor Controls
Advanced Fluid Power Master Diesel Mechanic
Safe Gulf Medical Care Provider
Tankerman, DL, DC Total Quality Leadership
Upper Level License
Third Assistant Engineer, Motors, Unlimited HP
Lower Level Licenses
Assistant Engineer, Limited
Designated Duty Engineer, Any HP
QMED, any rating
Tankerman PIC, DL (Barge)
Officer in Charge of an Engine Room Watch (Third Assistant)
Officer in Charge of an Engine Room Watch (Assistant Engineer)
Rating Forming Part of a Navigational Watch
Proficiency in the Use of a Survival Craft
I am an excellent troubleshooter and I practice good mechanical habits. I have the background and experience that gives me the skills to diagnose and repair while underway utilizing materials and repair parts on the vessel preventing costly downtime and unnecessary returns to port. I have a good working knowledge of hydraulic, pneumatic and shipboard auxiliary systems.
I have been working in the marine industry for over two decades, sailing as Engineer for twelve of those years. I appreciate the dedication necessary to perform well in this position. I am motivated, intelligent and I work well with others. I look forward to speaking with you about the possibility of employment.