Leading Petty Officer Fire Controlman Resume Example

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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
20 years of increasing responsibility and leadership in the electronics and electrical systems maintenance/repair field, maintenance management, course development, instruction and management. Overseen a division of 22-25 personnel for eight years on two different ships, which involved scheduling equipment maintenance, maintaining quality assurance and leading equipment training. Also directed casualty actions, making sure they were carried out in a safe and accurate manner in compliance with Navy and OSHA regulations.
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
, Expected in 1998 US Navy Great Lakes, IL *Apprentice Technical Training / Basic electronics *Fire Controlman "A" School *MK-86 Gunfire Control "C" School : - GPA :
Bickford Senior Living -
Aurora, IL, 01/2013 - 01/2017
  • Identified through an interview process active and reserve enlistment and commissioning applicants.
  • Fielded 125 legal waivers to obtain enlistment contracts at the Military Entrance Processing Station.
  • Coordinated leading, training, and mentoring of over 160 recruits.
Bickford Senior Living - Leading Petty Officer-Fire Controlman
, MI, 01/2007 - 01/2013
  • Orchestrated a team to replace an aging weapon system with a new $5 million dollar system.
  • Headed preventive maintenance for nine divisions with a 100% completion rate.
  • Coordinated tag out / lock out procedures during two overhaul periods as an individual.
  • Procured over $600,000 in repair parts for free using outside agencies when budget was reduced to ensure repairs would be completed on time.
  • Coordinated over 700 upgrades between military and civilian contractors to ensure all work was completed on time during overhaul periods.
  • Managed a division of four work centers and 25 personnel on a daily basis.
  • Ammunition Supply administrator that oversaw the logistics, tracking, and issuing of over $200,000,000 in ordnance.
  • Maintained an aging weapon system and radar with 100% availability during two deployments until the new upgraded system could be installed.
  • Departmental training officer in charge of managing school requirements and qualifications for 70 personnel.
  • Expertly repaired and maintained Ordnance handling elevators and magazine fire sprinkler suppression systems requiring no outside technical assistance.
Keurig Dr Pepper -
Meridian, ID, 01/2003 - 01/2007
  • Instructed and tested 2,458 students to become electro-mechanical technicians.
  • Assisted development of 340 hours of instruction for four different school houses.
  • Established curriculum for a new Navy program to train new sailors on preventive maintenance, damage control, CPR, and ship handling.
  • Managed the testing facilities of 50 students at a time in four different areas of expertise.
  • Devised a program to track and evaluate student progression of over 200 active students and reconciled to an easy to use dashboard style display.
  • Executed the radar instruction lab guiding students on safety, operation, and repair of Navy fire control and navigation radars with zero mishaps.
US Navy - Electro-Mechanical Technician
, STATE, 01/1998 - 01/2003
  • Maintained, operated, troubleshot, and repaired electronics, radars, synchro/servo mechanisms, signal converters, amplifiers, and signal data translators.
  • Proficient in the use of multimeters, oscilloscopes, frequency generators, frequency counters, spectrum analyzers, and various other tools on a daily basis.
  • Extensive experience troubleshooting with schematics, technical publications, and troubleshooting guides.
  • Qualified Combat Systems Officer of the Watch to oversee and authorize all tag out / lock out procedures, authorized maintenance, and delegated troubleshooting of down equipment.
  • Managed a division of three work centers and 22 personnel on a daily basis.
  • Coordinated the maintenance, operation, and repair of fire control radar and weapon system resulting in 100% availability during two deployments.
  • Partnered with the supply department to procure parts for three work centers.
  • Headed department safety officer in charge of training and maintaining safety throughout the department and also across the ship.
  • Instrumental in the repair of multiple casualties throughout the fiber optic data network.
A-D, Basic, budget, C, contracts, CPR, DC, electronics, Fiber Optics, Inspector, instruction, legal, logistics, managing, Mechanical, mentoring, Radar, multimeters, Navy, navigation, network, oscilloscopes, personnel, Power Supplies, Problem Solving, publications, repairs, Safety, FM, Schematics, technical assistance, Technical Training, troubleshooting, upgrades

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  • US Navy Great Lakes, IL *Apprentice Technical Training / Basic electronics *Fire Controlman "A" School *MK-86 Gunfire Control "C" School

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