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Objective


Accept a position as a Marine Surveyor


Experience


United States Coast Guard



August 2003-Present, Marine Safety Detachment Ketchikan, AK

Supervisor, Lieutenant, Senior Marine Inspector

-Supervise 8 active duty military members

-Supervise one civilian GS-12 Commercial Fishing Vessel

Examiner

-Supervise one civilian GS-8 Legal Instruments Examiner

-Conduct Safety and Security inspections on both U.S. and

Foreign flagged vessels to ensure compliance with U.S.

Laws and International Treaties

-Conduct Safety and Security inspections on Marine

Transfer Related Facilities

-Conduct Safety and Security inspections on Passenger

Vessel terminals including harbor patrols of all marinas

-Provide vessel construction and repair oversight in

Alaska’s largest shipyard, including numerous internal

structural exams and dry-dock inspections

-Conduct Marine Casualty Investigations

-Manage unit budget

-Implemented training program for new Coast Guard members

-Implemented unit safety and occupational health program



July 2000-August 2003, Marine Safety Office Valdez, AK

Chief, Inspections Department, Senior Investigating Officer, Senior Marine Inspector, Chief Warrant Officer promoted to Lieutenant

-Supervised 10 active duty military members

-Conducted Safety and Security inspections on both U.S.

and Foreign flagged vessels to ensure compliance with

U.S. Laws and Treaties

-Provided vessel construction and repair oversight

including numerous internal structural exams and dry-dock

inspections

-Conducted Marine Casualty Investigations

-Conducted repair oversight of Trans Alaska Pipeline Oil

Tankers



Nov 1997-July 2000, Marine Safety Detachment, Houma, LA

Marine Inspector, Chief Warrant Officer

-Conducted Safety and Security inspections on both U.S.

and Foreign flagged vessels to ensure compliance with

U.S. Laws and International Treaties

-Construction and repair oversight at numerous shipyards



Jun1997-Nov1997, Coast Guard Cutter GALLATIN, Charleston, SC

Senior Chief Electrician

-Supervised 5 active duty military members

-Maintained all electrical systems aboard ship, including

power, distribution, lighting, internal communications,

gyrocompasses, motors and controllers

-Conducted preventative maintenance on all electrical

systems

-Electrical Officer



Jun 1994-Jun1997, CGC WOODRUSH, Sitka, AK

Senior Chief Electrician, Assistant Chief Engineer

-Supervised 3 active duty military members

-Maintained all electrical systems aboard ship, including

power, distribution, lighting internal communications,

gyrocompasses, motors and controllers

-Conducted preventative maintenance on all electrical

systems

-Electrical Officer

-Engineering Watch Officer



Jun 1991-Jun1993, CGC LIBERTY Juneau, AK

Chief Electrician, Assistant Chief Engineer

-Supervised 3 active duty military members

-Maintained all electrical systems aboard ship, including

power, distribution, lighting, internal communications,

gyrocompasses, motors and controllers

-Conducted preventative maintenance on all electrical

systems

-Electrical Officer

-Engineering Watch Officer



Nov1985-Jun1988 CGC BUTTONWOOD, Galveston, TX

Third Class Electrician,

-Maintained electrical systems aboard various ships,

including power, distribution, lighting, internal

communications, gyrocompasses, motors and controllers



Nov1985-Jun1988 CGC GLACIER, San Pedro, CA

Fireman, Oiler

-Conducted duties related to Oiler and QMED


Education


-94 LL and UL Semester hours towards College Degree

-Senior Marine Inspector School, USCG

-ISM Lead Auditor, USCG

-Investigating Officer, USCG

-Small Passenger Vessel Plan Review School, USCG

-Control Verification Examination School, USCG

-Marine Inspector

-Advanced Electronics/Electrical

-Electrician’s Mate “A” School

-Falfurrias High School, Falfurrias, TX


Certification


-Small Passenger Vessel Inspector including both 46 Code

Of Federal Regulations (CFR) Subchapter T and K (TI, KI)

-Barge Inspector, including all inspections under 46 CFR

Subchapter I, O and D (BI)

-Offshore Supply Vessel Inspector (OI)

-Dry-dock Inspector including all deep-draft vessels (DI)

-Hull Inspector (HI)

-Hull Inspector Tankship (HT)

-Machinery Inspector (MI)

-Foreign Freight Vessel Inspector (FV)

-Maritime Security Inspector Domestic Vessels (SDV)

-Maritime Security Inspector Foreign Vessels (SFV)

-Violation Investigator (EO)

-Casualty Investigator (FO)

-Suspension and Revocation Investigator (FN)


Skils


-Excellent knowledge Microsoft Word

-Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Excel

-Working knowledge of Microsoft Power Point

-Clearly articulate and promote ideas

-Clearly and concisely communicate complex, technical

information to vessel owner/operators and crew

-Intuitive and caring listener

-Able to handle difficult subjects with tact

-Bilingual (Spanish and English)


 

Ward Cove, AK,
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