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Shipboard Officer / Personnel / Crew

OBJECTIVE

Maritime employment.

AREAS OF EXPERIENCE

  • Navigation: Celestial, GPS, Nobeltech, MapSea Ecdis, Ecpins, coast piloting, ocean sailings and passage/voyage planning.
  • Fuel transfer procedures and oil spill response.
  • Cargo handling: Container, breakbulk, bulk and liquid.  Stability, load and trim calculations.
  • Conventional cargo gear: Rigging for standard operations and heavy lifts.
  • Crane operations: Telescoping and knuckle.
  • General rigging: Light and heavy loads, safe and efficient techniques.
  • Short and long splicing: Wire rope and fiber line.
  • Welding: ASME 6G and 4G certified, extensive record of steel fabrication projects.
  • Machine tool: Lathe, mill, radial drillpress-design, set up and operation.
  • Personnel supervision: Design, implementation and maintenance of training programs. Crew motivation development/enhancement.
  • Administrative tasks: Budgeting, cost projections, preventive maintenance record keeping, NTM chart and publication corrections/ documentation/record maintenance, ISM/SMS design, implementation and management, engineering and insurance interface.
  • Emergency response: Fire fighting, MOB, lifeboat/skiff/zodiac deployment and operation.  Distress assistance.

MARITIME LICENSES AND DOCUMENTS

USCG MERCHANT MARINER CREDENTIAL, REFERENCE NUMBER: 2231834

                                                                                MASTER - OCEANS, 1600 GT (3000 ITC TONNAGE)

                                                                                MASTER - OCEANS, 5000 GT, UNINSPECTED FISHING VESSELS

                                                                                2ND MATE - OCEANS, ANY GROSS TONS

ABLE BODIED SEAMAN/UNLIMITED & TWIC card holder

FCC GMDSS/O - GLOBAL MARITIME DISTRESS and SAFETY SYSTEM OPERATOR - FRN # 0008549800

RELEVANT ENDORSEMENTS AND CERTIFICATIONS

STCW-95 compliance: GMDSS, BRM, ARPA, BST, Medical Care Provider, Medical PIC & Basic/Advanced Fire Fighting.

Radar observer, unlimited

Flashing light

Fire fighting, basic/advanced

First aid and CPR

Lifeboat man

Graduate of

Current US Passport

British Columbia Pilotage and Alaska Inside Passage Pilotage

SW Alaska waters experience

OTHER CERTIFICATIONS

Welding certifications: A.S.M.E.  B&P .V. Code  (C.W.S.  #103)  6G and A.W.S.  D1.1-83  Sec. 5  PAR.  5.30  4G

Non-destructive testing, Magnetic Particle Inspection: Certified to Level 2 Inspector (ASNT, TL llA)

Trawl net design, repair and maintenance - course completion certificate.

VOCATIONAL COURSES/WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES/SEMINARS

2016:  Basic Safety Training at Maritime Science Department, Clatsop Community College, Astoria, OR

2016:  Leadership &  Management Skills at Maritime Science Department, Clatsop Community College, Astoria, OR

2016:  Radar Unlimited recertification at Maritime Science Department, Clatsop Community College, Astoria, OR

2011:  Conducted crewmember class to certification of Rigger/Signalman Certification and Safety Training aboard the M/V Cape Greig

2009:  Radar Unlimited recertification at Maritime Science Department, Clatsop Community College, Astoria, OR

2009:  System Security Awareness for Passenger Vessel Employees Training Course,

2008:  Dynamic Positioning Induction course completion at L3,

2008:  ECDIS course completion at Pacific Maritime Institute,

2007:  BRM refresh, Clatsop Maritime Department,

2006:  Vessel Security Officer at Pacific Maritime Institute,

2004:  Radar Unlimited recertification at Clatsop Maritime,

2004:  ISPS Course on board the Nantucket Clipper while at sea.

2002:  Medical Care Provider and Medical PIC courses at RTM ,

2001:  STCW-95 BST course at the Maritime Science Department, ,

2000:  STCW-95 GMDSS & BRM courses/exams at the Maritime Science Department, ,

1999:  Radar Unlimited recertification & STCW-95 ARPA course at Pacific NW Training Institute,

1999:  Computer use courses on the Internet at home in

1999:  Flashing light test preparation with the use of Houston Marine computer software at home in

1999:  Radar Unlimited recertification, Maritime Science Department, ,

1998:  Tankerman PIC DL; course,

1998:  GMDSS Operator test preparation; Maritime Science Department, ,

1996:  1600 GT Master/2nd Mate preparation; Maritime Science Department, ,

1994:  3rd Mate preparation; Northwest Merchant Marine Training Services,

1990:  VendeC/Allen Bradley Programmable Controller Workshop, Edwards, CO

1990:  Lohmann/Kissling Gearbox Workshop,

1990:  Seminar,

Height: 6’, Weight: 220 lb.  In good physical condition.  Computer literate.  Organized and detail oriented.  Fluent in English and Norwegian.


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