I desire to use my multiple years of marine engineering experience to maintain the material condition, maintenance systems of vessels.
As Personnel Director, planned, organized all Installation Personnel and Administration Center (IPAC) pay and administration actions for 5500 military and civilian personnel and 1800 Japanese civilian personnel. Developed thirty-two core processes which have streamlined all computer, paper products for pay, administrative, travel, promotions, financial management, budgeting, auditing, records accountability, legal reports, ID Cards and temporary and permanent transfer processes. Assigns, coordinates work plans, personnel assignments, and schedules. Directed organizational assets in complex problem solving scenarios. Identifies, manages personnel, overtime, equipment, supplies, office spaces in attaining command objectives, supporting 6 tenant commands. Established, maintains metrics and analysis systems (Activity Bases Costing, Time Driven Activity Based Costing (ABC), Oros Models, 6 Sigma Green Belt qualified, and Process Management Model) and Financial Fund Manager. As Ship Repair Project Officer, for Integrits/South West Marine Shipyard, Planned, organized, and directed repair teams and personnel. Developed goals, and objectives based upon repair and ship schedules. Researched, interpreted, analyzed, and applied guidelines, policies, regulations and contracts with respect to equipment repair and testing. Assigned, and coordinated work plans, personnel assignments, and schedules. Directed organizational assets during all types of complex problem solving scenarios. Identified, and managed personnel, overtime, equipment, supplies, office spaces in attaining repair objectives in direct support of numerous U.S. Navy ships. Accepted, amended, and enacted work products from twelve other departments and offices. Oversaw, scheduled and conducted training on individual repair actions, test schedules, repair standards, contractual obligations and material ordering process. Assessed and revised policies, procedures, and progress tracking programs. Educated and provided recommendations to military and civilian personnel on Supervisor of Shipbuilding and Repair (SUPSHIP) standards, U.S. Navy, and shipyard policies, procedures and management directives. Presented repair status updates shipyard and U.S. Navy personnel at weekly and special progress meetings. Developed, modified, interpreted and approved civilian performance evaluations. As Material Officer for Naval Special Warfare Group 3, planned, organized, and directed repair, inspection and operations of fifty Naval Special Warfare (NSW) surface craft (11 Meter Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RHIBS), 50 knot MK5 Special Operations Craft (SOC), Cyclone Class (PC-1) vessels) and seven undersea delivery craft/systems (MK8 SEAL Delivery Vehicles, USS Piranha (ASDS-1) - Advanced SEAL Delivery System), weapons, sensors and engineering systems of Naval Special Warfare Group Three (NSWG-3), Special Boat Team Twelve (SBT-12) and SEAL Delivery Team ONE (SDVT-1). Developed goals, objectives and certification processes for material, weapons, sensors for all SEAL team delivery assets. Researched, interpreted, analyzed, and applied all repair related and Special Warfare operational guidelines, policies, and regulations. Assigned, and coordinated work plans, personnel assignments, for all repair, maintenance, training and qualification schedules. Directed organizational assets in complex problem solving scenarios. Identified, and managed personnel, overtime, equipment, supplies, department offices/ spaces in attaining command objectives, supporting six tenant commands. Established and maintained metrics and analysis systems (Activity Bases Costing, Oros Modeling and Process Management Model). Assessed, revised and enforced all NAVSEA Diesel Engine Inspector (DEI) Program for 190 diesel engines. Managed annual repair budget of $15M, including all aspects of repair funding, and repair contracts. Performed weapons, engineering, control systems, specific equipment failure analysis. Managed Quality Assurance Program and multiple Integrated Process Teams (IPT's).
Concord Law School, Los Angeles, CA. Executive Juris Doctor Program (2nd year), Estimated graduation-2008.
Touro University International, Los Angeles, CA. Masters in Business Administration (MBA), graduated in 12/2003, GPA of 3.866.
National University, San Diego, CA. Bachelors of Science in Business (BSB), graduated in August 1997, 3.90, Cum Laude.
Maric Medical College, San Diego, CA. Major in Medical Administration, certified in May 1997, 3.94, Cum Laude.
U.S. Coast Guard, Long Beach CA. Certified/licensed as Merchant Marine Officer/Engineering Officer - 3rd, in January 2004, License Nr. 027422.