Mechanic Machinery Operator/Chief Engineer
To bring to your organization enthusiasm, dedication, responsibility, and good ethic, combined with a desire to utilize my skills obtained through experience.
Mechanic/Machinery Operator, GPC A Joint Venture (NAVSEA COMMAND, Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii (2010-Present):
Operates various equipment such as boats,trucks, etc. Assembles and attaches rigging equipment in warehouse, waterfront, or shipyard. Work with Crane Operators. Splice rope and cable to make/repair slings and tacle. Operate forklifts, trucks, small boats and related equipment. Use hand and power tools. Able to wear respirator, PPE. Some periods of strenuous work and exposure to inclement weather. Involves response to oil spill locations.
Chief Engineer, USS Fitzgerald, Yokuska, Japan (8/2004-9/2006):
Maintain the Mechanical and electrical machinery and instruments on board a ship. Operate and maintain the machinery and support systems on a ship, both above and below deck. Work with the engines, ventilation systems, navigation and communications equipment. Carrying out general machinery maintenance. Running scheduled maintenance checks on machinery and systems. Responding to equipment failure alerts and repairing faults. Maintaining fuel levels and stocks of spare parts, updating record management systems, mentoring and supporting trainees. Ensure communication within the engine department, with head office and with the navigation department of the ship. Maintain machinery survey and report to the command and classification on any deficiency and malfunction. Ensure safe working practices for engine room staff and correct them if they are not. Provide instructions and train engine room staff to handle crisis situations such as fire or flood. Engine room staffs should be properly trained and fire drill should be out at least once a month. Coordinate fire fighting between deck and engine room. Enforce procedures for bunkering of fuel oil, safely precautions and oil pollution control measures. Ensure emergency fire pump, emergency generator and lifeboat are good working condition. Manage the engine crew members and motivate them for the better performance.
Basic Instructor Training, 3 weeks, April 2003; Senior Enlisted Engineering Propulsion School, 4 weeks, March 2003; Gas Free Engineer, 1 week, Feb 2002; First Class Officer Leadership Course, 2 weeks, Feb 1999; Shipboard Propulsion Fuels, Oils, and JP-5 Systems Testing, 1 week, Jan 1999; Leadership and Management Education and Training, 2 weeks, Nov 1989
Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Meal; Meritorious Service Medal; Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal (7); Combat Action Ribbon; Navy Good Conduct Medal (6); National Defense Service Medal (2); Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; Southwest Asia Service Medal; Global War Terrorism Service Medal; Humanitarian Service Medal; Flag Letter of Commendation; Navy Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (6); Navy Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon (2); Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia); Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait); Enlisted Surface Warfare Insigna; Rifle Marksman Ribbon. :Subject toactive duty recall by the Secretary of the Navy.