|Steam Turbine Generator Operator (May6th, 1998 - November 30th 2000) Steam Turbine Generator Operator is normally stood by nuclear trained personnel only. I was the first non-nuclear trained person to ever stand and operate turbine generators. My responsibilities included the start-up, shut down, and normal operations of two 8 MW steam generators and testing of its steam lube oil systems. My collateral duties included gage calibration supervisor and ordering of repair parts for various steam, water, and lube oil systems.||Steam Plant Operator (Nov 10th, 1990 - Nov 30th, 2000) Served aboard several ships as a Boiler Technician where I operated low, medium, and high pressure boilers. I transferred to nuclear powered air craft carriers where I was responsible for training all nuclear and non-nuclear trained personnel on the start-up, shut down and normal operations of both 150lb boiler systems on board Uss Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) and Uss John C. Stennis (CVN-74) I am a Plank owner on both ships. I was tasked with finishing installing one of the boiler systems due to Norfolk Naval Shipyard going on strike. I was responsible for well over 150 preventive and corrective maintenance actions on all stream plant associated systems both new construction and operational conditions. I was the supervisor of 16 junior personnel of both boiler spaces and I was the Training which I was responsible for the training and qualifications of over 35 personnel and I was also the Hazardous Material supervisor.|
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