Dependable Project Manger bringing management experience and a willingness to take on added responsibility to meet tight deadlines. Enthusiastic team player with a strong work ethic and advanced complex problem solving skills.
Exceptional interpersonal communication
Consistently meet goals
DDG Project Manager, 10/2013 to Current NAVSEA - Southwest Regional Maintenance Center – San Diego, CA
GS 12-2, Secret Clearance, Funds administrator and direct representative of SWRMC CO for all shipboard work Preparing contract evaluation reports, acquisition requirements, and cost estimates/cost analysis for change orders Reviewing and evaluating requests for contract modifications and change in task/work orders.
Supporting assessment work-plan development, priorities and schedules required to execute assigned tasks and support the completion of the command's objectives Employing appropriate analytic processes to assess the command's progress toward achieving stated objectives in order to provide the commander with recommended course of action.
Performing contract surveillance of contractor and preparing technical documents for service contracts Recommending approval of assessment plans in order to ensure gathered data will support information needs required to optimize future decision During contract negotiation, serves as technical expert for the contracting official, for conducting research, gathering data, and conducting analyses for contract negotiation with private contractors, high level businesses, and government officials Advise stakeholders to improve the design, operation, or evaluation of programs and alterations Review quantitative/ qualitative program analyses to determine program operational performance Responsible for brokering, scheduling and tracking all work items throughout planning and execution Manage all CNO, CMAV and WOO production work; oversee installation, repair and testing of systems and equipment worked on by contractors and outside entities Formulate budgets to achieve organizational acquisition needs; and serve as a technical advisor, advising managers on program analysis results, process compliance, or business products or services Coordinate total effort involving scheduling, planning, engineering and supply departments Producing and delivering high quality briefs and reports to inform senior leaders on complex issues Evaluate and validate all work for capability, capacity, validity, accuracy, timeliness, time estimation, cost, performance period and priority Review specification packages for completeness and determine if total work package can be completed within ship's scheduled availability, within budget Liaison between ship's captain and shore maintenance personnel in order to ensure schedules are maintained and ships are operating safely and efficiently Review program deliverables to measure compliance with policy, procedures, and regulations Negotiate and review with contractor work items to be put on contract Maintain and track the Navy Maintenance Database for execution and advanced planning Ensuring data required to analyzed operations, exercises, processes and cost/benefit determination is available Coordinate procurement/scheduling of support services and weekend work to support personnel and ship Prepare various messages , milestone, intended work and end of availability, reported to oversight naval activities and commanding officer.
Engineering On Site Representative , 09/2012 to 10/2013 NAVSEA - Norfolk Naval Shipyard – Portsmouth, VA
GS 11-4, Secret Clearance, on-site liaison support for production work in San Diego issued per engineering office in Portsmouth, VA via technical work documents Supporting operational-level planning to ensure objectives are measurable and achievable Reviewed policies and/or procedures to ensure architectural projects are in compliance Knowledgeable in the areas of all stages of shipboard surface preservation and coatings system applications (i.e.
underwater hull, tanks, bilges, non-skid, and superstructure preservation) Experienced in construction and repair procedures, shipboard machinery, electrical equipment, and testing methods required, onboard Quality Assurance inspections, observe check-points identified in work specifications such as critical paint coating Able to climb around shipboard machinery, inspect tanks, bilges and other confined areas Review Condition Found Report, Request for Contract Change, Inspection Deficiency Report , and Work Item Specifications Provide technical support between team members, trades, subcontractor representatives Able to communicate effectively with Government and Contractor personnel during all phases of work integration Provides data and technical advice to administrative Contracting Officers to support negotiations Resolves problems that affect the end-cost, quality, schedule and performance Coordinates Government Furnished Materials requirements provided for specifications Comprehensive and authoritative knowledge of ship repair and overhaul techniques.
Naval Architect/Engineer, 07/2010 to 09/2012 NAVSEA - Norfolk Naval Shipyard – Portsmouth, VA
Worked on Trouble Desk for pier side avail of CVN 69 and dry docking avail of CVN 75 Worked directly with production shops, issued technical work documents as needed utilizing lessons-learned and research in AIM from past avails Performed extensive tank, structural and preservation inspections Completed ship checks utilizing as-built drawings Issued Technical Work Documents requiring multi code (including Nuclear C2300, RADCON C105, Safety C106, C260, C270 and C290) concurrence Using mathematical techniques (e.g.
statistical analysis, modeling and simulations), to assist managers in making informed operational and engineering decisions Complete all advance planning actions required to ensure satisfactory execution of production phase of each assigned project Preparing analytical reports addressing organizational issues, problem definition, and analysis methods Solved problems involving major design changes related to the conversion, alteration, repair, and modernization of vessels Evaluated alternative methods to recommend modifications to standard ship architectural practices Oversaw surface ship and/or undersea vessel requirements, specifications, system designs and analyses to ensure structural adequacy Wrote engineering procedures for nuclear aircraft carriers, as well as LHDs; procedures include CAD drawings, fabrication, removal, installation and support Designed structures (platforms, antenna foundations, and additional modifications including the mast) using NEi/NASTRAN Finite Element Analysis to meet DOD requirements for; ship motion, nuclear air blast, frequency and wind loading Design completed IAW technical specifications which include
Student Intern, 07/2009 Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd – Ulsan, Korea
One of five seniors picked by U of M professors for outstanding work habits and dedication.
Three weeks of hands on tours and instruction at the world's largest shipbuilding facility.
Extensive lectures on Hyundai's shipbuilding strategy, lean manufacturing and ship yard procedures.
Engineering Intern, 05/2009 to 09/2009 Bay Shipbuilding - A Fincantieri Company – Sturgeon Bay, WI
Responsible for investigating and resolving various yard problems identified by site foremen.
Issuing resolution, including designing new systems using AutoCAD and securing construction approval by the owner's reps.
Collected test data on sea trials for 806' bulk carrier after a steam conversion re-power.
Fluent in drafting and reading blue prints.
Engineering Intern, 05/2008 to 08/2008 American Bureau of Shipping – Houston, TX
Developed ABS's official risk analysis spread sheets for VLCCs, VLBCs, and Container Ships.
Gained firsthand experience of ABS's Hull Maintenance software and blue prints, checking models of FPSOs, LCS-1, and offshore drill rigs.
Gained ample knowledge of ship structure and developed ABS's Hull Inspection Manuals.