LiveCareer-Resume

junior engineer resume example with 8+ years of experience

Jessica
Claire
resumesample@example.com
(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
:
Professional Summary

JUNIOR ENGINEER eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent problem-solving skills. Clear understanding of engine systems on all classes of US Navy merchant ships: Oilers, Fast Combat, Ammunition, Hospital, Sub-Tender, and Expeditionary Mobile ships.

Mechanical knowledge and training in electrical concepts, refrigeration, and repair/maintenance/installations of electro-hydraulics and electro-mechanical controls. Keen on responding to trouble calls dealing with circuit checks, wiring, part replacements, troubleshooting and correcting issues in a timely and effective manner.

Certifications
  • Endorsed for QMED JUNIOR ENGINEER
  • Endorsed for QMED REFRIGERATION ENGINEER
  • Endorsed for QMED ELECTRICIAN
  • Endorsed for QMED FIREMAN/WATER TENDER, OILER
  • Endorsed for QMED ABLE SEAFARER ENGINE
  • Endorsed for QMED RATING FORMING PART OF ENGINEERING WATCH (RFPEW)
Skills

POWER TOOLS:

Drills, Saws, Wrenches, Wire wheels, Pneumatic grinders, Mechanical sewage snake, Bench grinders, Welding machine, Needle guns, Drill press, Plasma Cutters, Arbor press, Bridge crane, Lathe machine, Tig weld, Stud weld, Brazing, Mag drill, Bench press, Milling machine, Portable pipe bender, Pipe cutter, Band Saws, and soldering machines.

ADDDITIONAL SKILLS:

  • Repair
  • Welding
  • Insulating
  • Pipefitting
  • Painting
Education
SIMON A. SANCHEZ HIGH SCHOOL YIGO, GUAM, Expected in 2002 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Work History
Act I - JUNIOR ENGINEER
Lakehurst, NJ, 12/2020 - Current
  • Stood watch as ASSISTANT THIRD ENGINEER/ENGINE UTILITYMAN on USS Lewis B. Puller (T-ESB 3) from January to September, 2020.
  • Sailed as JUNIOR ENGINEER on multiple ship platforms over three-year period which consisted of manning engine console unsupervised for eight-hour time frames, seven days per week.
  • Trained incoming Third Assistant Engineers on how to run engines on USS Puller and defueling helicopter, along with performing essential duties as ENGINE UTILITYMAN.
  • Implemented safety processes and procedures, made crew members aware of contingency plans for dangerous cargo spills.
  • Utilized best practices and troubleshooting techniques to resolve electronic and machinery issues.
  • Performed as fire team member during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battle drills.
American Seafoods Crew - ENGINE UTILITYMAN
Seattle, WA, 11/2015 - 12/2020

As ENGINE UTILITYMAN on USNS ARCTIC (T-AOE 8) from Jul, 2019 to Oct, 2019:

  • Changed/cleaned gas turbine filters.
  • Installed reducer valve and rebuilt reducer valve.
  • Assisted in re-running new cable for 4JV, 2JV and replacing jackbox.
  • Assisted in replacing water gauge for boiler.

Stood as Rover Watch on USNS ARCTIC (T-AOE 8) and USNS MERCY (T-AH 19, May-Jul, 2019), requiring:

  • Pump down Collecting Holding Transfer (CHT) tanks/Marine Sewage Device (MSD) overboard or onto shore connections.
  • Pump down rose boxes bilge pockets.
  • Check temperatures and pressure gauges.

Onboard USNS CESAR CHAVEZ (T-AKE 14) from Jul, 2016 to Oct, 2018:

  • Worked with licensed personnel in Engineering Department, gaining knowledge of Plant Operations, Auxiliary Machinery Equipment and worked with Electronics Technicians and Electricians on electrical troubleshooting to perform the following duties efficiently and unsupervised:
  • Assisted in #1 Jacket Water Pump overhaul.
  • Troubleshooting pipe leaks.
  • Replacement of spool pieces Central Freshwater (CFW) system cooler.
  • Replacing AFFF gate valve for helicopter sprinkler.
  • Repairs of LO and FO purifiers.
  • Assisted with Main Diesel Generator (MDG) #2, MDG #3 and MDG #4 12K maintenance during VR, replacement of turbo sensors on MDG #1, MDG #3, and MDG #4.
  • Maintenance of MSD system during yard period.
  • VERY PROFICIENT in insulation of piping and bulk heads (lagging).
  • Assisted in overhauling Low Temp (LT) pumps.
  • Toilet, sink, faucet, shower head replacements, and regular maintenance of washing machines and dryers.
  • Assisted in motor actuator replacement for fire dampers.
  • Sludge diaphragm pump overhaul.
  • Replacement of cylinder head of air start compressors and gaskets.
  • Assisted in oily waste transfer offload, fuel on-load, and sounding tanks/bunkering.
  • Assisted with High and Low sea chest maintenance.
  • Performed Cargo elevator maintenance.
  • Replacement of fuel line of MDG #3.
  • Refilling of refrigeration into AC units regularly.
  • Assisted in grey water tank preservation.
  • Shore power cable connection.

Received recognition by CHIEF ENGINEERS:

  • USNS JOSHUA HUMPHREYS (T-AO 188) for expertise in lagging resulting in effective and durable insulation throughout ship (April 6, 2019).
  • USNS CESAR CHAVEZ (T-AKE 14) for taking charge during Sea Chest emergency over-accumulation of jellyfish, successfully sustaining ship's power.
MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND - WIPER
City, STATE, 07/2015 - 11/2015

As a WIPER on USNS PECOS (T-AO 197) from Jun, 2015 to Nov, 2015, performed:

  • Assisted with MSD flush of red fox sewage system.
  • Potable water connection, Collecting Holding Tank (CHT) hookup, and fire main connections.
  • Tank vent preventative maintenance for lube oil, fuel oil, salt water and ballast.
  • Assisted Reefer Engineer in replacing foundation bolts for AC fan unit.
  • Overhauling of check valves, eductor for MSD system.
  • Wired MSD system with assistance of Electronics Technician.
  • Changed bilge alarms, and changed piglets for washing machines.
  • Assisted Electronics Technicians with testing and resetting fire alarms.
  • Fabricated flanges, motor stands, flammable locker frames, microwave leg extensions, tool boards, gasket racks, and drain piping.
  • Communicated urgent orders and directions effectively to team of 12 personnel when painting Engine Room during VR in Thailand.
MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND - SUPPLY UTILITYMAN
City, STATE, 06/2012 - 07/2015

As an entry-level SUPPLY UTILITYMAN, performed the following jobs:

Additional Information

TRAINING COURSES/CERTIFICATIONS:

  • AUG, 2017 BASIC FIREFIGHTING MSC REFRESHER
  • AUG 2017, CPR MSC COURSE
  • AUG 2017, FIRST AID MSC COURSE
  • SEP 2017, CBR DEFENSE BASIC
  • JUN 2016, RATING FORMING PART OF AN ENGINEERING WATCH (RFPEW)
  • DEC 2015, FIREMAN/WATERTENDER, OILER (QMED)
  • OCT 2013, LEVEL B CODE OF CONDUCT
  • JAN 2013, ISOPREP
  • JAN 2013, TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS
  • JAN 2013, ANTI-TERRORISM AWARENESS
  • JUN 2012, RFPNW
  • JUN 2012, FALL PROTECTION
  • JUN 2012, CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, & RADIOLOGICAL DEFENSE ORIENTATION
  • JUN 2012, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AWARENESS/SEXUAL ASSAULT/NO FEAR ACT
  • JUL 2012, DOD INFORMATION AWARENESS
  • JUN 2012, PERSONAL SAFETY & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
  • JUN 2012, MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS
  • JUN 2012, ELEMENTARY FIRST AID
  • JUN 2012, PERSONAL SURVIVAL
  • JUN 2012, SHIPBOARD DAMAGE CONTROL
  • JUN 2012, SHIPBOARD HELICOPTER FIRE FIGHTING
  • JUN 2012, HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL AWARENESS
  • JUN 2012, NAVOSH
  • JUN 2012, ORDNANCE HAZARD AWARENESS

By clicking Customize This Resume, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Your data is safe with us

Any information uploaded, such as a resume, or input by the user is owned solely by the user, not LiveCareer. For further information, please visit our Terms of Use.

Resume Overview

School Attended

  • SIMON A. SANCHEZ HIGH SCHOOL

Job Titles Held:

  • JUNIOR ENGINEER
  • ENGINE UTILITYMAN
  • WIPER
  • SUPPLY UTILITYMAN

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

By clicking Customize This Resume, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

*As seen in:As seen in: