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Navy Mechanic with a Bachelor's Degree
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Technical Skills
- Mechanical Skills
- Communication Skills
- MS Office Suite
Training Specialist, Veteran Healthcare Service Provider | 2012 - Present
- Assist in developing simulation lab.
- Developed an inventory control procedure to monitor supply levels and product cost.
- In charge of maintenance and troubleshooting medical training equipment.
- Responsible for daily maintenance of Audio Visual equipment.
Food Service Worker, Veteran Healthcare Service Provider | 2011 - 2012
- Responsible for maintenance of food service equipment.
- Monitored, evaluated and recorded training actives for the food service department.
- Supervised a team of 10 food service employees.
- Responsible for conducting proficiency training for all food service employees.
Field Service Technician, Leading Commercial Real Estate Company | 2007 - 2009
- Responsible for performing routine maintenance of heating and ventilation equipment.
- Efficient using basic hand tools, power tools and multi-meters.
- Responsible for providing technical training to customers.
- Ensured strict safety standards were followed at all times.
Service Technician | 2006 - 2007
Hopewell Junction, NY
- Responsible for a staff of 20 people.
- Conducted routine maintenance on 40 polishing machines and measuring machines.
- Troubleshot and repaired issues with the hydraulic, air and vacuum systems.
- Maintained and conducted safety inspections on all polishing and measuring machines.
- Responsible for record keeping and trend analysis.
Machinist Mate, United States Navy | 1990 - 2005
- Evaluated, and performed periodic/corrective maintenance of submarine auxiliary equipment, 1500-3000 psig hydraulic systems, Fairbanks Morse diesel engines, 20-4500 psig pneumatic, refrigeration, Flammable/Inert gas systems, Septic and sanitary waste system, potable water systems, Gauge calibration, Oxygen generating plants, and Atmosphere control systems.
- Earned three Navy Achievement Medals for providing invaluable managerial ability and personal initiative while being the lead local area Safety Administrator and Lead Mechanic during 15 overhaul periods, ensuring submarine was able to meet deadlines and commitments for underway operations, and for demonstrating superb administration abilities in coordination, planning and tracking of over 3,000 hours of training.
- As Quality Assurance Inspector/Craftsman on the USS Henry M. Jackson, ranked #1 Second Class Petty Officer of the year in 1997.
- Developed several complex work packages to correct deficiencies found in material inspections while adhering to the Navy's Quality Assurance Philosophy of Quality work completed the first time safely and efficiently.
- Earned letters of commendation from Commander Submarine Group 9 for outstanding performance as lead Quality Assurance Inspector who ensured the timely recertification of the logistic escape trunks, diesel engines and high pressure air systems, allowing the ship to meet all sub-safe and hull integrity requirements for is operational comments.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Bachelor of Science, Education, | 2003
University of Illinois, Carbondale, IL
Master Mechanic Certification | 1989
Ohio Diesel Technical College, Cleveland, OH