Experienced Technician with six years of success maintaining sophisticated systems and equipment within nuclear power operating environments. Over one year working on gas turbines and generators as OEM. One year working as OEM on UPS systems. Solid mechanical and electrical maintenance talents; skilled in performing scheduled / unscheduled maintenance and repair of nuclear reactor plant, associated systems, precision measuring instruments, and auxiliary equipment. Adept at conducting root cause analysis and troubleshooting to quickly identify part and system failures, minimizing downtime of critical systems. Expert at developing schedules, providing accurate needs assessments, balancing workloads, and coordinating resources to meet maintenance targets on time. Noted for devising program enhancements and process improvements that boost efficiency and enhance workplace safety. Articulate communicator and experienced management liaison; skilled at providing senior leadership with clear picture of systems and equipment status through clear, concise briefing and reporting. Organized and detail-oriented with exceptional work ethic; recognized repeatedly by superiors for professionalism, dedication to first-time quality, and outstanding performance in deadline-driven environments.
Vertiv Co (Formerly as Emerson Network Power) 2016 - Present
Responsible for contacting clients and scheduling maintenance, new installations and repairs on their uninterruptible power supply systems. Troubleshoot, diagnose and repair problems with different systems. Travel locally and usually work alone. Responsible for own time, scheduling, parts ordering and inventory, tool inventory/calibration and personal protective equipment. Report to a remote district manager.
Siemens Energy 2015 – 2016
Field Service Technician
Travel the country to different power plants working on gas turbines and generators. Perform maintenance, corrective actions and upgrades. Responsible for following procedures, tracking parts and reporting any deficiencies. Proficient in precision measuring and operations of hydraulic, pneumatic, power and hand tools. Have completed forced outages, major inspections, combustor inspections, hot gas path inspection and work on the generator including pulling the rotor on Westinghouse units. Licensed tiler on .3A for Siemens units.
Ashley Furniture Industries 2014 – 2015
Poly Mill Supervisor
Responsible for overseeing a team of ten employees to reach production goals. Had to ensure raw materials were delivered, received and unloaded. Train new personnel, deal with corrective actions and upgrades with employees, and ensure that orders are being produced in accordance with the master schedule and last minute changes.
Meissner Reining Horses xxx-xxx-xxxx
Assistant Horse trainer, Assistant Barn Manager
Responsible for interacting with clients, determining a training plan with their horses and determining client goals with showing. Had to maintain the grounds and facility in working good working order as well as appearance. Train new personnel and run both businesses while the boss was away. Other duties included, ordering supplies, hauling horses, performing maintenance and being on call for emergencies.
Machinist Mate First Class, United States Navy Groton, CT and Portsmouth, NH xxx-xxx-xxxx
Machinery Division, USS San Juan
Responsible for managing and performing maintenance and repair of propulsion plant machinery and reactor plant fluid systems, including steam turbines, water purification plants, pumps, valves, heat exchangers, hydraulic systems, precision measuring equipment, gage calibration, as well as air conditioning plants.
Supervise all aspects of propulsion plant operations and maintenance as Engine Room Supervisor (ERS), including both steaming and shutdown operations.
Mentor junior personnel in the proper way to operate systems within the division safely and effectively.
Reactor Plant Preventative Maintenance System Petty Officer - Planned all reactor plant maintenance and coordinated with Portsmouth Naval Shipyard nuclear engineers during the USS San Juan’s twenty-one month engineered overhaul, to coordinate and initiate time and cost efficient maintenance and testing.
Repair Parts Supply Petty Officer - Responsible for ordering all repair supplies to accomplish maintenance tasks and outfit the division for a six month deployment.
Diver Division Leading Petty Officer, USS San Juan xxx-xxx-xxxx
Lead a small team of Navy SCUBA Divers to perform maintenance, conduct security swims, and to improve knowledge of SCUBA diving aboard nuclear submarines.
Quality Assurance Inspector, USS San Juan xxx-xxx-xxxx Research, write, plan and execute submarine reactor plant and propulsion system repair work, ranging from single valve repairs to developing new processes and procedures for special evolutions and repairs.
Wrote over 100 nuclear and non-nuclear repair work packages.
Versed in all aspects of technical writing including quality assurance, radiological controls, nuclear and non-nuclear welding standards, cleanliness controls and certification, non-destructive and hydrostatic testing.
Thomas Edison State University xxx-xxx-xxxx
Associate Degree in Nuclear Engineering and Technology
Basic Machinery & Mechanical Systems (Machinist’s Mate Training) 2008
Nuclear Power Training Command, Goose Creek, Charleston, SC
Nuclear Power School 2008
Nuclear Power Training Command, Goose Creek, Charleston, SC
Nuclear Propulsion Plant Operator – Mechanical xxx-xxx-xxxx
Nuclear Power Training Unit, Goose Creek, Charleston, SC
Navy Dive School 2009
Naval Dive and Salvage Training Center
Panama City, FL
Navy Gauge Calibration School 2009
Sub School New London
U. S. Navy - specialized training in Nuclear Propulsion Plant operation, maintenance and supervision
Naval SCUBA Diver – Certification: July 2009 at Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center, Panama City, FL
Captain’s Letter from CTF 69 for the successful completion of mission critical maintenance during deployment enabling the efficient accomplishment of operations vital to national security.
Admiral’s Letter from Submarine Group TWO, for flawless performance of the first Dual Media Discharge in twenty years at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
Admiral’s Letter from Submarine Group TWO, for the receipt of above average remarks for diving division safety inspection as well as the coordination of all reactor plant maintenance during the engineered overhaul.
Navy Marine Corps Achievement Medal for the completion of an over 4 year successful tour on a nuclear powered fast attack submarine.
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