Four years of service in the United States Navy as a dedicated Engineering Laboratory Technician, Nuclear Operator and Machinist Mate on board a fast attack nuclear powered submarine. The duties and responsibilities assigned to me resulted in a wide variety of skills that I can offer to my employer. My knowledge of mechanical principles and attention to detail will continue to contribute to conscientious decision making in fast paced work environments. I strive for perfection and take immense pride in being technically competent with the equipment I am required to operate. As a product of the US Navy's dynamic and meticulous training expectations, I am a firm believer that a positive attitude and communication are critical in professional environments.
- Recognized by Commanding Officer for vigilance while on watch, using intellect and critical thinking to identify a lapse in security protocol and a direct compromise in Reactor safety.
- First of 125 Nuclear operators to qualify in Nuclear Power Training Unit.
- Scored in top 80% of every class in each stage of training.
- Awarded Good Conduct Medal for 3 years of honorable and faithful service.
- Nominated for and completed Navy diving and salvage training center (NDSTC) SCUBA Diving course, proving physically and mentally fit to perform as an effective member of a dive team.
- Expert marksman in M500 12 Gauge shotgun, M9 9mm Pistol, and M16 Service Rifle.
- Certified in adult and infant CPR, and use of AED.
- Graduated basic training for US Navy 12-04-2009.
- Awarded Millennium Scholarship.
Process paid-in-full accounts, process all necessary functions with regard to Certificates of Title, account address changes, and mail processing.
Consisted primarily of customer service, product knowledge and ability to merchandise goods.Included assembly, repair and operating knowledge of equipment in the Bicycle and SCUBA departments.
I maintain an active Secret Security clearance.
Qualified senior in rate as Engine Room Supervisor within NAVSEA(08) Deadlines.
Created and lead multiple PowerPoint lectures per month, as well as instructional tours when focused on a system of which I was an expert. Lead physical training 3 times weekly on a strict, self written exercise plan.
Due to being a part of the initial manning of a new construction ship, all instructions and dictating documents required for operation of our vessel were not created upon my arrival to the command. Therefore, I am very proficient in generating these items. All demands of both Military and Civilian entities were met.
Among my main duties and responsibilities I served as Carbon Steel Corrosion Inspector, Command Fitness Leader, Advanced Primary Valve Operator, Replacement Parts Petty Officer, SCUBA Diver, Reactor Plant Primary Maintenance System Coordinator, Ships reaction force rapid responder during threat, and responsible for inventorying and supplying all of my divisions' gear and equipment.
Designed all programs using Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word Processing to support my collateral duties. This included designing, editing, and submitting instructions for approval in order to get the ship underway.
Performed non-destructive testing on all fluid systems in Reactor and Steam Plant. Performed destructive testing at Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory.
Certified in CPR/AED, First aid and lead multiple classes of all age groups and skill levels daily as certified swimming instructor.
5 weeks in duration. Focused on physical fitness, diving physics, navigation, inspection, repair, light salvage, searching, diving medicine, and rescue. This training included a NAUI Civilian Master SCUBA Diver Certification.
Certified as Expert marksman for M500 Mossberg 12 gauge Shotgun, M9 9mm Service Pistol and M16 .223 Service Rifle. Also certified for use of OC Spray. This course focused on hand to hand take-downs and submissions, use of firearms, OC spray, and how to reclaim a structure from threatening force.
Focused on Reactor, Electrical, Mechanical theory and material testing used to design the S9G Nuclear Power Plant.
16 weeks in duration. Focused on Basic Chemistry, causes and prevention of all types of Corrosion, handling of Radioactive Material and waste/Hazardous material and waste/ Mixed material, Chemical analysis, Radiochemical analysis, Chemistry control, Laboratory cleanliness techniques, Maintenance of analytical equipment, and Biological effects of Radiation.
24 weeks in duration. Fast paced, high demand course focused on operation of all equipment in the Engine Room of an operating S5W Nuclear Power Plant; Mechanical, Electrical, and Nuclear.
24 weeks in duration. Fast paced, high demand course focused on Chemistry, Materials, Radiation, Reactor Physics, Mechanical theory, Electrical theory, Reactor theory, Algebra, Heat transfer, Fluid systems and Thermodynamics.
16 weeks in duration. Fast paced, high demand course focused on all tools, machines, and techniques used for installation, maintenance, and repair. 2 weeks of additional training in Advanced Algebra and basic Calculus.
Awarded an Advanced Diploma with a GPA of 3.86.
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