Machinery Repairman "A" and "C" School Total Quality Leadership Training (TQL) Hazardous Material Training Quality Assurance Craftsman and Inspector Sexual Harassment Training Safety Training Aboard and Ashore Command Assessment Training Indoctrination Course Primary Leadership Development Program Damage Control Training Team Gas Free Engineer and Gas Free Engineering First Line Leadership Development Program Shipboard Propulsion Fuels and Oils and JP-5 systems and testing Highly-skilled Machinist dedicated to producing and repairing mechanical equipment with precision and strong attention to detail. Talented Machinist with [number] years experience setting up and operating a variety of machine tools to produce precision parts and instruments, including fabricating, modifying and repairing mechanical instruments. Enthusiastic Machinist who successfully applies vast knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout and machining procedures. Adaptable Machinist adept at assembling and disassembling small parts made of brass, bronze, stainless steel and plastic. Energetic and dedicated to completing each job to the satisfaction of the customer. Adaptable Machinist adept at assembling and disassembling small parts made of brass, bronze, stainless steel and plastic. Energetic and dedicated to completing each job to the satisfaction of the customer.
Large lathe operation
Mechanical drawing interpretation
Sawing and sanding
Machine Operator, 12/2012
to 09/2014 National Oilwell Varco – 500 Industrial Blvd
to 01/2012 Shreveport Memorial Library
Mechanical Planner and Estimator, 01/1990
to 01/2010 Machinery Repairman Second Class, US Navy
Operates and performs maintenance on all machine shop equipment that is required to repair, rebuild, or fabricate parts to maintain shipboard equipment and machinery; reads sketches, diagrams, and blueprints; operates bench or pedestal drills, pedestal grinders, machine reamers, engine lathes, planers or shapers, milling machines, computer-controlled machine tools, pantographs, disk metal band saw, arbor and hydraulic presses, and oxyacetylene equipment; performs computations to make threads, press fits, tapers, and keyways, completes maintenance data form; maintains blueprint files for machine shop; uses machine shop equipment including attachments with special capabilities; performs hardness tests on metal, plastic, composites, and castings; selects materials according to specifications; completes maintenance reports; inventories equipment; orders repair parts and tools.
Assemble and disassemble machineries components and assemblies which include gear boxes and accessory drives in various configurations and working conditions Troubleshoots and performs maintenance on hydraulic, electrical and propulsion systems of gas turbine engine and maintains logs and records.
Utilizes electrical testing equipments and precision measuring instruments/equipments and experienced in using power tools related to job functions.
Uses schematic diagrams, drawings, chart, blueprints and fabricates/ installs both high and low-pressure tubing's and hoses.
Repairs hydraulic/pneumatic system components which include low pressure air compressor and gas turbine reduction gear clutching assemblies.
Performs tests on boiler water, fuel and lubricating oils; operates and performs preventive maintenance on boilers and boiler auxiliary equipment; operates distilling plants; tests and calibrates gauges; exercises environmental control procedures to prevent or minimize air pollution and oil spills; completes maintenance data forms.
Performs the task of a shipboard Gas Free engineer in accordance with NAVSEA Technical Manual Chapter 074.
To make the student aware of the many hazardous atmosphere found onboard US Naval ships Qualified Electric plant control console watch, oil king, damage control training team; fire marshal, gas free engineer, sounding security, Plant assistant supervisor Supervises Auxiliary Machinery Spaces; coordinates and controls operation of engineering control system at Central Control Station.
Maintains, inspect and monitors all auxiliary system's records and prepares maintenance schedules.
Surveyed and planned shipboard jobs, developed technical specifications and wrote controlled formal work procedure/packages using the Navy Enterprises Maintenance Automated Information System (NEMAIS) and Maintenance Resource Management System (MRMS).
High School Diploma: AGRI-SCIENCE,
1984 Marabella Composite - Marabella Trinidad
Minor in [Subject]
band saw, CPR, engineer, forms, grinders, lathes, machine tools, machine shop equipment, Machinery, materials, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, monitors, Navy, Naval, oil, power tools, press, Repairs, schematic diagrams, supervisor, threads