Machinist mate with 3 years of progressive experience working in a A4W nuclear power plant aboard a Naval Nuclear Carrier. Excels in day to day Operation, Maintenance , and casualty control of numerous equipment (i.e. turbine generators, steam and shaft driven pumps, air compressors) both inside and outside of the plant.
- Specializing in Intensive overhauling of valves in the main machinery room.
-Sand blasting and clear coating over 100 funnels.
- Qualifying above the senior in rate requirements.
- impeccable work ethic.
- Successfully completing Propulsion Plant Trade School.
- Completing over 150 preventive and corrective maintenance jobs.
Qualify watch stations to be able to demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the system(s) that you are working with. Be able to take readings on equipment and understand what those readings are telling you. As well as how to communicate these readings with your supervisory watch personnel. Perform both preventative and corrective maintenance on equipment.Start up and secure the equipment as well as be able to perform immediate actions in event of a casualty. Qualified senior in rate plus Ship Service Turbine Generators as an extra qualification. Qualified in port Supervisory watch.
Professional development and professional training. Trained on how to properly operate equipment and perform maintenance on that equipment. as well as writing work authorization forms and tag outs for maintenance.
Learned all or the basic necessities to operate and repair pumps, valves, steam driven equipment.
Worked with Quality Assurance and valve maintenance on nuclear and non-nuclear valves at a supervisory level.
United States Navy, Active duty enlisted member 2010 - present
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