Electricians Mate first class (nuclear qualified) with more than 6 (8 at EAOS) years in the United States Navy. Successfully led training programs for hundreds of sailer's. Reliable, diligent and flexible professional with superb communication capabilities. Preformed hundreds of maintenance items for preventative and corrective on equipment. Served 2 deployments and numerous maintenance availabilities. Qualified senior in rate to include shutdown reactor operator and load dispatcher.
Awarded the Navy Achievement Medal in 2011.
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
Commended on for high level of knowledge during ORSE verbal interviews.
Served 2 deployments.
Took place in 2 ORSE's and 1 PORSE.
Completed many ships maintenance availabilities to include a PEMA, DEMA, and 2 SRA's.
Preformed trouble shooting and repair on hundreds of pieces of equipment.
NEC-9502 Instructor tour at NPTU Charleston Individuals direct teaching and learning activities in schools, training centers, and selected reserve units; write learning objectives; prepare test items; evaluate instructional materials and results; and counsel students on academic learning problems.
NEC-9571 Safety Technician: Assists the collateral or primary duty Safety Officer or Safety Manager in coordinating the implementation of the Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program, Traffic Safety Program, and Recreational, Athletics, and Home Safety Program. Performs administrative and record keeping functions in support of the command safety organization. Identifies hazards, unsafe work practices, and health hazardous conditions. Assists in the evaluation of workplace hazards, including periodic workplace monitoring. Prepares various safety and mishap reports, maintains hazard abatement program documentation, and aids in mishap investigations. Arranges or conducts
indoctrination and periodic NAVOSH and safety training. Disseminates NAVOSH and safety program information throughout the chain of command.
NEC-3384 Surface Ship Nuclear Propulsion Plant Operator - Electrical: Operates and performs organizational level maintenance on electrical systems for surface ship nuclear propulsion plants.
Submarine Nuclear Propulsion Plant Supervisor - Electrical: Fully qualified by virtue of seniority, experience and demonstrated proficiency (including specified watch station qualification) to supervise the operation and maintenance of a submarine nuclear propulsion plant.
Electricians Mate First Class: Operates and maintains power and lighting circuits, electrical fixtures, film projectors, motors, generators, controllers, switchboards, voltage and frequency regulators, and other test equipment; tests for short circuits; rebuilds electrical equipment. Operates standard test and metering equipment, including multimeter, voltmeter, ammeter, ohmmeter, oscilloscope, stroboscope, voltage tester, and wattmeter; makes standard wire splices; detects
and locates ground, open circuits, and short circuits in lighting and power circuits; solders electrical connections; examines motors and generators for conditions and needed maintenance; operates AC and DC generators; replaces bearings in generators and motors; repairs portable electrical tools; prepares, activates, and services storage
batteries; troubleshoots and repairs small boat electrical systems; tests and maintains signal lights, search lights, and beacons; maintains electrical cooking equipment; computes resistance, current, voltage, phase angle, and impedance; prepares diesel generators for operation; reads and interprets schematic diagrams and electrical blueprints; acts as lead worker for subordinates. Operates and uses signal generator; operates instrument transformer; conducts bench tests on motor and
generator windings; operates and maintains AC and DC ship propulsion equipment; installs new power and lighting circuits; connects shore power to main distribution board of ship; inspects and maintains battery charges, cathodic protective units, air conditioning control circuits, air compressor control circuits, hoist/winch systems, ship's fueling continuity circuits, solid state logic components, and helicopter starting units; maintains equipment calibration schedules; completes planned maintenance reports; inventories installed equipment and spare parts
support; may supervise up to four Third Class Electrician's Mates.
Conducts bench tests on electric governors; checks logic on solid state electrohydraulic controllers; inspects ship's service and emergency switchboard equipment when power is connected; estimates extent of casualty damage to equipment; removes, tests, and replaces defective components in automatic degaussing control panels; determines type and value of acceptable substitute components; checks electrical operating logs and maintenance records; prepares weekly maintenance schedules; instructs personnel in operation, maintenance, and casualty
control; may supervise up to nine Electrician's Mates.
Watch stations qualified: Log Recorder/Phone Talker, Control Point Watch, Switchgear Operator, Electrical Operator, Propulsion Electrician, Auxiliary Electrician Aft, Engineered Safeguards Feature Electrical Operator, Shutdown Electrical Operator, Throttleman, Ships Generator Watch, Shutdown Reactor Operator, Load Dispatcher.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the fundamentals of nuclear propulsion power and the interrelationship of its mechanical, electrical, and reactor subsytems; develop and exercise oral communication skills; understand the physical nature of nuclear radiation particles, their detection, interaction with matter, and human health consequences; gain knowledge of the safe operation of a complex nuclear power plant and its sophisticated subsystems with an emphasis on basic industrial safety principles; identify, troubleshoot, and
correct problems in nuclear mechanical, electrical, or reactor control systems at the component level with an emphasis on electrical systems; and apply earlier technical classroom knowledge to the practical, safe operation of Navy nuclear power plants.
Basic Health Physics
Introduction To Power Systems
Electrical Systems Practicum
Troubleshooting Electrical Systems
Upon completion of the course, the student will have a comprehensive understanding of a pressurized-water nuclear power plant, including reactor core nuclear principles, heat transfer and fluid systems, plant chemistry and materials, mechanical and electrical systems, and radiological control.
Ac/Dc Circuits (Electronics Technician or Electrician Mate)
Applied Thermodynamics (Machinist Mate)
Atomic And Nuclear Physics
Digital Principles (Electronics Technician or Electrician Mate)
Electric Machines (Electronics Technician or Electrician Mate)
Electricity Basics (Machinists Mate)
Fluid Power Systems (Electronics Technician or Electrician Mate)
Nuclear Reactor Engineering
Power Plant Systems (Machinists Mate)
Radiation Protection Technology
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to have a basic knowledge of fundamental mathematic concepts; basic electricity , electronics, digital and microprocessor-based equipment, and electrical equipment; interpret schematic diagrams and use appropriate test equipment to isolate and correct faults in both civilian and military electronic systems; and understand and apply principles of industrial safety.
Digital Circuits and Microprocessors
Electrical or Electronic Systems Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Introduction to Electronic Systems
Solid State Devices and Circuits
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