Leading Chief Petty Officer June 2010 to July 2012Chief Boatswains Mate － Williamsburg, VA
Leading Ships Supervisor
Navy Cargo Handling Battalion 1 Responsible for the training and certification of 256 personnel within the command in rigging, cargo handling.
Highly experienced in managing, signaling or verbally directing operators engaged in hoisting and moving loads while keeping in compliance with all safety guidelines.
Familiar with 78/100/114 ton Haggland crane and 30 ton Gantry Crane.
Skilled Rigger; rigged and loaded cargo equipment, pumps, diesel engines and barges that weigh over 113 tons.
As a Ships Supervisor, directly in charge of managing 4 nine person cargo teams per evolution in the safe movement and rigging of various cargo such as vehicles, containers, break-bulk cargo, HAZMAT and ammunition.
Leader of the Command Training Team.
This team consisted of various skill sets to include; Cargo Operations to include Air, Shipboard and Rail.
Supervised and assisted 30 members of this team to ensure all learning objectives are being taught with the most up to date materia.
Operations and Training Leading Chief Petty Offi June 2008 to June 2010Chief Boatswains Mate － Williamsburg, VA
Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group Training and Evaluation Unit (TEU) Trained over 30 instructors in directly responsible for scheduling 13 units throughout the country for their Unit Level Training Assessment (ULTRA).
Directly responsible for scheduling 13 units throughout the country for their Unit Level Training Assessment (ULTRA).
This is a mandatory assessment and is part of the Fleet Readiness Training Plan (FRTP).
As a program manager, inspects units various programs to ensure it is at a minimum tracking to the Navy's standard.
Chief Boatswains Mate Lead Instructor June 2004 to June 2008Cargo Handling Course － Williamsburg, VA
Navy Cargo Handing Battalion 1 Lead instructor for all NCHB-1 Cargo courses to include; Crane Operation, Air Cargo, Shipboard Cargo (MPF, MSC, MARAD).
Directly responsible for the education and training of 24 highly qualified instructors to ensure professional and accurate information are passed on to the fleet and to merchant mariners.
As test custodian, was responsible for the upkeep and security of all test and ensuring their accuracy as technology updated.
Boat Shop Leading Petty Officer June 2002 to June 2004VA
Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron 14 Trained 38 people in the safe operation of six Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats.
Responsible for maintaining training plans, supervised over 2800 hours of helicopter boat operations and over sought and established the maintenance program.
As Boat Officer, directly responsible of Boat to Air mine countermeasure operations with CH-53 Helicopter.