Accomplished preventative and corrective maintenance on various electrical components toinclude 4160V turbine generators, 4160V diesel generators, communications systems, temperature and salinity monitoring equipment, electro-mechanical components, automatic bus transfer devices, magnetic and static motor controllers, 120/450/4160V switchboards, 4160/450V and 450/120V transformers.
Successfully installed and replaced bearings on AC motors.
Regularly utilized test equipment to include digital voltmeters, variacs, megometers, clamp on ammeters, and thermal imagers.
Repeatedly trained inexperienced personnel on best maintenance practices.
Coordinated and directed the efforts of up to 10 switchboard operators and auxiliary operators as the senior-most electrical watch-stander to provide continuous electrical power to a crew of 5000 personnel in both normal and high stress casualty scenarios as a qualified Load Dispatcher.
Actively monitored and corrected any abnormal conditions while operating all reactor plant associated electrical equipment as a qualified Auxiliary Electrician.
Successfully operated all 4160 V switchboards as well as turbine generators, diesel generators, motor generators, and shore power during split and parallel operations as a qualified Electrical Operator.
Satisfactorily operated 8 MW turbine generators to include monitoring and maintaining all mechanical parameters in specification during normal operations, starting up, and shutting down as a qualified Turbine Generator Watch.
Directly responsible for the precise and safe operation of all reactor plant systems by up to 8 auxiliary watch-standers while in a shutdown condition as a qualified Shutdown Reactor Operator.
Controlled all access to High Radiation and Controlled Surface Contamination Areas to preserve personnel and environmental safety as a qualified Control Point Area Watch.
Energetically monitored reactor plant parameters, relayed communications, and coordinated efforts of all personnel involved with reactor plant operations and maintenance as a qualified Log Recorder.
Positively upheld the highest standard of excellence required as a Naval Nuclear watch stander during three consecutive Operational Reactor Safeguard Examinations.
Successfully ordered, tracked, and delivered $5,000,000, and maintained an inventory of $7,000,000 worth of repair parts and supplies to support all of reactor electrical division.
Trained 10 personnel in the use of POMMS-NG, the program used to track reactor plant deficiencies, and the status of all repair parts required to fix said deficiencies.
Assisted in RPPO qualifications for 12 personnel in reactor electrical division.
Attentively maintained an immaculate driving record while transporting client's automobiles to and from the detailing garage.
Highly proficient at washing, buffing, waxing, removing blemishes, and touch up of exterior of all types of automobiles.
Effectively steam cleaned, vacuumed, scrubbed, and preserved interior components in all types of automobiles.
Developed an unparalleled attention to detail.
Completed 100 credits toward a degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology.
Maintained a 3.09 GPA during the three years attended.
Certified Journeyman Electrician (Ship and Boat)
Completed apprenticeship in 2015
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