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Work Experience: Auxiliary Systems Inc 315 E 25th St Norfolk, VA 23504United States 12/2014-05/2016 Salary: 22.50 USDBi-weekly Hours per week:40 Outside Machinist Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Main duties were to rebuild and repair lube oil coolers... worked on LCAC hydraulic, fuel, water wash, hatches and doors....LHD evaporator rebuild
ISS Integrity Staffing Services 615 Lynnhaven Pkwy # 201 Virginia Beach, VA 23452United States 11/2013-12/2014 Hours per week:40 Temporary Employee Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: • Remove, rebuild, test, and return to system, gate valves, globe valves, ball valves, and manifolds • Operate fork lifts • Rig and prepare equipment • Pulling and testing of aircraft tie downs • Temped for Baur Compressor assembling and building new natural gas, nitrogen, and compressed air compressors
ECOLAB hampton roads San Diego, CA 92114United States 03/2010-09/2013 Salary: 40.00 USDPer Hour Hours per week:30 Contractor for ecolab Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I worked for ECOLAB as a contract employee, working on US navy ships servicing ware wash, laundry, and housekeeping dispensing systems (ECOLAB systems). this was done on a part time bases my full time job at that time was repaired and maintained commercial kitchen galley and laundry for the navy Supervisor: Bob Stevens(7575370943/7574084980) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
AMSEC 2829 Guardian Ln Virginia Beach, VA 23452United States 04/2008-07/2013 Hours per week:40 Master Tradesperson II Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: • Perform refrigeration, assessment, troubleshooting, repair of galley refrigeration equipment, APC Firefighting, and shipboard laundry equipment • Provide extensive training, to include review of safety plans, activity hazard analysis and material safety data, for personnel in divisions responsible for the APC Firefighting and miscellaneous galley equipment on various aircraft carriers • Successfully train ships’ crews in electrical, mechanical, and damage control divisions on four separate aircraft carriers • Maintain a positive attitude and am aware of company policies and procedures to adhere to them whenever possible. • Maintain current and up to date on reports and contract documentation required for each task assigned • Maintain a great report with sailors and co-workers to maintain a positive and effective work environment.
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AMSEC 944 Balboa Ave San Diego, CA 92123United States 06/2006-04/2008 Hours per week:40 Senior Marine Technical Analyst Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: • Performed assessments of quality management operations, troubleshooting, and repair of carrier cargo refrigeration equipment • While working for AMSEC in San Diego, assisted in the preparation for an emergent deployment by assessing the galley equipment on the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76). • While working for AMSEC in San Diego, key in the replacement of mechanical seal on one of the main chilled water pumps and balanced the chilled water system on the USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63). • Researched parts, ordered and replaced two refrigeration compressors in under the counter units, repaired a leak in one unit and repaired an electrical problem on another. • Work with auxiliaries division to research parts, order and rebuild sea water reducing valve for the sea water cooling to the forward refrigeration plant. • Sub-contracted to assist National Steel & Shipbuilding Co in the machinery department on the cargo elevator construction crew.
miller marine 2275 manya st. san diego, CA 92154United States 05/2000-01/2001 Salary: 20.00 USDPer Hour Hours per week:40 outside machinist Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: removed and overhauled the main diesel engines on four us navy (LCU) Landing Craft Utility boats.
Ligand pharmaceuticals 11119 n torrey pines rd San Diego, CA 92121United States 02/2000-04/2000 Salary: 18.00 USDPer Hour Hours per week:40 Facilities Maintance Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: boiler, HVAC PM Work. Trace out electrical lines and perform low voltage work. Read and interpret CAD drawings. Performs plumbing maintenance (e.g. replacement or repair of leaks in drains and faucets, commodes, unclogging of above floor drains, flush drain lines,.) to provide operable and efficient plumbing capabilities. roofing leaks and issues. Escalate repair as needed. Comply with all company policies and procedures and adheres to company SOP’s, processes and standards. Established written procedures for the daily operations, repair and maintenance of general facility equipment.
knight and carver 1313 bay marina dr national city, CA 91950United States 03/1999-01/2000 Salary: 17.00 USDPer Hour Hours per week:40 marine machanic Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: new construction custom yacht building. I worked in the mechanical department installing and testing main engines, shafting, pumps, steering, throttles, water makers etc.
US Navy point loma San Diego, CA 92114United States 02/1990-02/1999 Hours per week:60 Machinest Mate Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I was on submarines. went to diesel technician school. worked on Fairbanks Morris 38 ND 8 1/8
Education:
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Atlantic Vocational SchoolFort Lauderdale, FL United States Technical or Occupational Certificate05/1988 Major: HVAC and RefrigerationMinor: EPA Refrigerant Tech Universal
Department of NavyPearl Harbor, HI United States Technical or Occupational Certificate Major: AUXILIARYMAN PACKAGE SCHOOL Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: Department of the Navy: 1993 o Certification: Fairbanks Morris Diesel o Certification: Submarine Hydraulic Systems o Certification: Submarine Atmosphere Control Systems o Certification: Submarine Pneumatic Systems
OSHA 10 MARITIME TRAININGNorfolk, VA United States Technical or Occupational Certificate
Job Related Training: o Certification: Brazier (2010) o Certification: Fire Watch (2010)
Additional Information: *11+ years of experience with shipboard maintenance and installation of galley and laundry equipment on aircraft carriers. *9 years’ experience as a US Navy Machinist Mate operating, maintaining, trouble-shooting, and repairing auxiliary equipment ( food preparation equipment, refrigeration and air conditioning equipment, laundry equipment, hydraulic, atmosphere control, diesel and plumbing systems, potable water distribution, oxygen generators) aboard submarines (USS La Jolla and the USS Jefferson City). *2 years’ working as a member of CEMAT (Carrier Engineering Maintenance & Training) team. *4 years’ working as a member of EQOL (Enhanced Quality of Life) team. *10+ years’ of continuous leadership training as a member of International Leadership Development Inc. *While working for AMSEC in San Diego, assisted in the preparation for an emergent deployment by assessing the galley equipment on the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76). *While working for AMSEC in San Diego, key in the replacement of mechanical seal on one of the main chilled water pumps and balanced the chilled water system on the USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63). *Proficiency in the maintenance and repair of Air Dehydrators and Dryers, Anchor Windlasses (Elec/Hydr), Atmosphere Control Systems (Submarine), Ballast Sys Air Compressors, Ballast/De-Ballast Controls, Basic Power Plant, Bleed Air Systems, Boat Davits & Winches, etc. (continued on page 4). *Knowledgeable in using refrigerant recover units, vacuum pumps, hydrostatic test equipment, micrometer, multi-meters, and mag based drills. *Experienced in cargo/weapons elevator assembly, testing, and troubleshooting, pump alignment, Submarine auxiliary systems operation testing and repair, Refrigeration systems operation and repair, Firefighting and damage control systems, and APC galley firefighting. *Monitor performance of sailors while enforcing safety standard while supporting ship’s disciplines to stay on schedule and meet goals. *Noted for efficiently completing, well ahead of schedule, pre-deployment assessments and repairs of galley equipment. *Skilled in job plans, safety standards (Navy/OSHA), ships drawings, and contract reports. *Ability to interface between customers and contractors, interpret schedules, and maintain quality customer relations. *Secret security clearance *Current Passport; Expires March 20, 2017 *TWIC Certification, Virginia Beach, VA: 2012; Expires: 2017 *MMC credential, Virginia Beach, VA: 2013; Expires: May 28, 2018 o Qualified member of Engine Dept (QMED) o Ordinary Seaman Stewards Dept (FH) o QMED: Deck Engineer o QMED: Oiler o QMED: Pumpman o QMED: Refrigeration Engineer
Skills
  • refrigeration 15 years by 2016
Educations
  • certificate
    HVAC&R at atlantic vo-tec
    1987 - 1988
Certifications
  • EPA universal
Documents
san diego, ca,
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