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Ship Maintenance Project Manager


Seeking a rewarding and challenging career as project manager.


Officer in Charge of a 135’ 200 Ton Class “A” Vessel. 2007-Present

United States Navy, Assault Craft Unit 2, Norfolk Va.

• Safely piloted Navy vessel (LCU), in and out of harbors and navy bases to and from docks and berths.

• Supervised a crew of 12 in the safe operation and navigation of a 6 million dollar 135 foot Navy vessel.

• Managed and supervised the daily operations of two engineering plants, maintenance of all electrical, mechanical, communications and deck equipment.

• Coordinated, evaluated and planned maintenance production work conducted on craft through local maintenance shops and shipyard availabilities.

Project Manager and Supervisor 2004 – 2007

United States Navy, Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center, Norfolk Va.

• Advanced Planning Manager for repair availabilities for US Navy Surface Ships.

• Coordinated, planned and scheduled maintenance production work accomplished on 4 Navy ships though 67 production shops, shipyard repair facilities and government Contractors.

• Planned and supervised 2500 jobs resolving scheduling conflicts and planning issues.

• Evaluated quality of repairs to Naval vessels in a timely and efficient manner.

• Prevented unauthorized modifications/alterations to ship during repair availability.

• Monitored production work/growth work progress to anticipate, prevent and minimize delays.

• Scheduled and chaired various meetings and conferences with NAVSEA, TYCOM, Ships personnel and contractor management to discuss work assignments and promote a common understanding as to the scope of work to be accomplished during an availability.

• Ensured funds were available for project accomplishment, which entailed the procuring of funds for growth work if necessary. Coordinated procurement action for Long lead

time material.

• Established priorities and deadlines based on work schedules, while ensuring that all safety and security procedures are followed in accordance with the appropriate

guidelines and regulations.

Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor 2002-2004

United States Navy, USS Bataan LHD-5 Homeport Norfolk Va.

• Oversaw the navy’s policies on substance abuse and addictive behaviors.

• Provided guidance, counseling and evaluation to individuals, referring them to treatment through substance abuse programs if warranted.

• After Treatment Program manager, for personnel who were clinically diagnosed as alcohol dependent, overeaters, or those who demonstrated other addictive behaviors.

• Chaired weekly Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.

• Implemented Substance Abuse Training Program for 2500 personnel on the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse.

• Supervised approximately 60 personnel in after treatment programs.

• Efforts reduced alcohol incidents 75%


University of Phoenix,

Associates Degree January 2009


Craft-Master 200 ton Landing Craft Utility Navy vessel

Corrections Specialist

Intelligence Photography

Leadership and Management Training

Certified Classroom Instructor

Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor


Facilitator and Trainer

200 Ton Naval Vessel Officer in Charge



Williamsburg, VA,
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