Shipyard Superintendent or Port Engineer
- Superintendent / Foreman
An experienced shipyard superintendent who has a long record of successfully managing people, processes and systems. He has the passion to succeed, along with the willingness to progress within a role, and the ability to contribute towards warehousing initiatives. He is also a confident manager who can manage, mentor and motivate a team. His key strengths lie in controlling flow patterns and planning future storage capacity.
- Anne Arundel Community College, 1996. Associates Degree in Liberal Arts.
- Severna Park Senior High School, 1994. High school diploma.
Certifications and training:
- American Red Cross: Standard First Aid and Adult CPR, AED 2008.
- DOT, DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation Course, 2007
- MTSA Security Training, Security Awareness Training, 2006
- KSOAS: Facility Personnel with Security Duties Company or Vessel, 2006
- Open Water Diver Certificate, 1997
- Fisher Maritime, The Port Engineers Course and The Competent Persons Training and Certification , 2005
- New Environmental Inc., HAZWOPER, 2004
- United States Coast Guard: Incident Command System Division/Group Supervisor (300), 2001.
- Environment Protection Agency: Hazardous Material Incident Responder Course, 2001.
- Wildlife Rehab Education: Oiled Wildlife Rehabilitation, 2000. \
- University of Louisiana at Lafayette: Basic Aviation Water Survival, 2000.
- United States Coast Guard: Marine Safety Information System course, 2000.
- Clean Channel Association: Introduction and Basic Incident Command System (100/200), 2000.
- Monitored the availability, use, or condition of lifesaving equipment and pollution preventatives to ensure that international regulations were followed.
- Maintained electrical power, heating, ventilation, refrigeration, water, or sewerage systems.
- Performed general marine vessel maintenance and repair work
- Operated and maintained off-loading liquid pumps or valves.
- Supervised the activities of crews engaged in the maintenance or repair of mechanical or electrical marine vessels and inspected their work to ensure that it was performed properly.
- Ordered and received oil and spare parts, maintained inventories, and recorded usage of supplies.
- Successfully completed Marine Science Technician School Incident Command System (100-300) and Hazardous Material Incident Response School.
- Qualified Federal on Scene Coordinator Representative.
- Supervised over 300 oil spills and hazardous material clean ups, which include two 70,000 gallon oil spill clean ups and two 1,000,000 gallon acid spills.
- Ensured compliance with documented Coast Guard safety standards and programs.
- Trained in OSHA safety and health regulations.
- Experienced with laboratory analysis of oil and hazardous materials in soil and water samples.
- Responsible for sample receipt and log in, verification of analysis, client interaction, waste stream disposal and filling clientele supply demands.
- Oversaw shipyard periods for over 40 tug and barge units required by the Code of Federal Regulations.
- Repaired were everything from small and quick turnarounds to major overhauls
- Successfully inspected and passed Coast Guard and ABS required inspections on over 100 barges ranging in size from 6,000 BBLS to 130,000 BBLS over a 5 year period
- Coordinated and supervised all aspects of barge and tug boat repair and modifications to include estimating, bidding and billing
7-11 February 2016 - September 2016
Safeway 2015 - 2016
Colonna’s Shipyard 2013 - 2015
Lyon Shipyard 2009 - 2013
Vane Line Bunkering, Inc. 2004 - 2009
United States Coast Guard, Marine Science Technician 2nd Class 1998 - 2002.