To join a management team to pursue company's goals for profitability and good workmanship.
1)MALAYSIA MARINE AND HEAVY ENGINEERING S/B
Marine Repair Division
Pasir Gudang, Johor, Malaysia
26 March 1998 to present
Assistant Repair Manager
Assist the Repair Manager in planning, organizing, management and control of day to day activities involving dry docking and repair/refurbishment/conversion of ships as assigned consisting of steel re-plating works, underwater machineries such as propulsion shafting, rudder, propeller & bow thruster works, main propulsion engine, auxiliary machineries such as pumps, blowers, heat exchangers, boilers, piping, electrical works, deck machinery, blasting, painting and tank cleaning works. (Crude Oil Tankers, Chemical Tankers, General Cargo, Container, Semi-submersible Rigs, FSO / FPSO’s, etc.)
·Liaise with respective discipline supervisors & sub-contractors to ensure understanding of assigned work scopes & schedules as per Client’s requirement. Maintain close contact with Client Rep.
·Manage HSE performance. Act as Senior Authorized Person for PTW’s. Participate in Hazops, assist in identifying risk & develops contingency plans and feedback to the Repair Manager.
·Control Project Costs, Budgeted Man hours and Contract Meets Management Targets.
·Prepare progress reports and follow through with job progress to ensure delivery of vessel on time.
·Ensure overall project quality performance meets customer requirements.
·Compile & verify work done reports for billing purposes.
2)SABAH SHIPYARD SDN BHD
F.T Labuan, Malaysia
02 August 1993 to 24th January 1998
Plan, organize, lead and control afloat or dry dock repair and refurbishment of miscellaneous seagoing vessels and offshore oil & gas facilities involving system upgrading/modification, piping renewal, steel renewal, blasting and painting, tank coating, overhaul of machinery and electrical works.
3)U.S NAVAL FACILITY
Mech’l & Marine Eng’g. Subdivision
U.S Naval Base, Subic Bay, Philippines
August 1981 to June 1992
Served as lead engineer involving design, installation, alteration/conversion and repair of various systems and auxiliary equipment on warships, submarines and facilities of the United States Navy in the following areas:
·Modification/alteration or new installation of piping system plant and equipment such as boiler steam plant systems, cargo fuel systems, sea water cooling systems, fixed pipe fire fighting systems, compressed gas/air systems, snorkel exhaust & air induction systems, heating ventilation & air-conditioning systems, hydraulic systems, hyperbaric systems, cryogenic systems, boiler automatic combustion and feed water control systems, desalination/distilling plants, etc., including associated equipment such as pumps, blowers, heat exchangers, evaporators, compressors, vessels and other auxiliary equipment.
·Engineering investigations, perform operational tests and troubleshooting to determine cause/s of malfunction and derangement’s, assess the general operating condition of system plant and equipment and provide technical recommendations for repair or upgrade of systems and equipment related to the above.
·Provide engineering advice for the testing of all components, equipment and systems related to the above. Prepare procedures and conduct engineering analyses into the preparation and review of test specifications and procedures based on applicable specifications, standards or codes. Ensure that all these tests are carried-out satisfactorily and properly documented and maintained on file.
4) MONARK INTERNATIONAL INC
Quezon City, Philippines
Preventive Maintenance Engineer
June 1979 to November 1980
·As supervisor in carrying-out preventive maintenance of heavy earthmoving equipment.
·Develop and implement preventive maintenance programs.
Bachelor Of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Mapua Institute of Technology
·Technical Report Writing (Subic Naval Base, Subic Bay, Philippines)
·Gas Turbine Engine Maint. & Troubleshooting (U.S NSRF, Subic Bay Philippines)
·Distilling Plant Operator’s Course (U.S Navy FTC, San Diego, Ca., USA)
·Hagan Automatic Boiler Control Maintenance (U.S Navy FTC, San Diego, Ca., USA)
·Certificate of Commendation from the Commanding Officer, U.S Naval Ship Repair Facility, Subic Bay – for contributing to the successful major overhaul of Submarine USS Darter (SS-576). 01st December 1983.
·Superior Accomplishment Award – Sustained Superior Performance “O” Rating. 06th May 1988.
·Letter of Appreciation from the Commanding Officer, USS Flint (AE-32) – for outstanding professionalism and hard work during Ventilation, Lagging and Heat Stress Survey. 05th Dec 1988.
·Letter of Appreciation from the Commanding Officer, U.S Naval Ship Repair Facility, Subic Bay – for contribution in solving Low Vacuum Problem on the #2 Main Engine Condenser of USS Sterett (CG-31). 08th October 1989.
·Superior Accomplishment Award – Sustained Superior Performance “O” Rating. 05th March 1990.
·Certificate of Award from the Commanding Officer, U.S Naval Ship Repair Facility, Subic Bay – for demonstrating professionalism, devotion to duty and excellent teamwork in the successful completion of the USS Kinkaid (DD-965) collision damage repair project. 17th August 1990.
·Superior Accomplishment Award – Sustained Superior Performance “O” Rating. 18th December 1991.
·Certificate of Appreciation from the Commander in Chief U.S Pacific Fleet Maintenance Division, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii – for outstanding technical assistance and support in the development of conceptual design, drawings and specifications for the Mobile Ship Repair Facility (MSRF).
1. Project Management
2. Drafting Works
3. Computer literate