Experienced and dependable Mechanical Engineering Technician. Work closely in a team setting; accomplish assigned tasks and having to be relied upon by others on a daily basis. Have excellent communication, maintenance management, leadership and inter-personal skills which can be utilized to advance the goal of a company while engaging in new challenges. CORE QUALIFICATIONS Over 25 years' Experience in Mechanical Construction Trades and Facility Maintenance:
Preparing detailed job plans in connection with construction, renovation, maintenance and/or repair of facilities
Determining cost of materials and/or labor hours to ensure accurate budget information
Reviewing proposal for completeness, accuracy and scope of work
Preparing schedules for construction/maintenance job plans, modifications, and/or estimates
Reading/interpreting engineering drawings/specifications to correctly apply technical data from manuals to job
Tracked/coordinated corrective and preventive maintenance for progress evaluation in order to ensure timely completion of work
Expedite jobs with the highest level of accuracy, technical know-how and preparedness
QA jobs for work quality, inspection and detailed scope of work
Responsible for all auxiliary equipment, galley, laundry, reefers and air conditioning units. Accurately demonstrated the technical ability to make repairs, adjustments or replacement to all equipment for proper NSTM operation. My Mechanical ability and know how earned me the Top Troubleshooting Award aboard my Naval Ship Command
Joint Meritorious Unit Award
Top Troubleshooter Award-1991
Industrial Equipment Mechanic
Air Conditioning Mechanic
Sheet Metal Mechanic
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
2) Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal
Southwest Regional Maintenance CommandNovember 2013 to CurrentMarine Machinery Mechanic Leader, WL San Diego, CASupervise and assign work to 14 employees and provide technical direction and/or assistance in accomplishing work. Plan and lay out their work using blueprints, sketches, work orders, and other specifications. Review work for adherence to specifications and accepted trade practices. Trouble-shoot equipment to determine the areas of difficulty; what parts or materials are required; and the methods, techniques, and procedures to use in completing repairs. Independently diagnose, plan, and complete projects or work orders involving major machine tools in their entirety in the production machinery shop. Continuous process improvement; investigate problems, determine causes, implements corrective actions and recommends solutions. Supervise 11 contractors, input time, schedule work and oversee work production as well as inspect completed work jobs for close out. Knowledgeable in office administration, procurement, planning, quality assurance (QA), test and inspections. Estimate labor hours, duration, and material and required supporting data as well as evaluate progress in order to ensure timely completion of work. Perform ship inspections, coordination of ship force and other government activities such as NAVFAC, Qa and Technical authority for scheduled production for SOT weight test of elevators, dumbwaiters and vertical package conveyors. Accomplish or oversee the testing of ship systems or equipment verifying production problems or discrepancies and along with safety observation. Provide status reports of jobs in progress on a daily basis, and to plan ahead for the next business day. Review work packages for accuracy before closing package and forwarding to QA department. Knowledgeable of ships' machinery, proportion systems, piping, HM&E, hvac. Clear vision of what shipbuilding methods practices are, techniques and management methods, construction and overhaul. Proficient in technical writing, blueprints and specifications. Currently enrolled in Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA). Prepare status reports to document percentage progress for production work. Submit changes for scope of work or change in order of procedures steps. Research plans, drawings, specifications to identify parts, steps, and procedures.
JB Technical ServicesNovember 2013 to CurrentMechanical Maintenance Contractor (OWNER) Small Business San Diego, CA
Prepare and provide detail cost estimates including labor, material with all required supporting documentation, plans, codes and specifications for new and existing commercial and residential projects.
Interpret scope of work to customer including clarification of work plan.
Wrote proposals for state and federal for jobs to be accepted for contracts.
Diagnose mechanical problems and determine how to correct them by using blueprints and reading wiring diagrams.
Assign work to sub-contractors and helpers. Providing technical direction and/or assistance in accomplishing work.
Maintains the efficiency, reliability, and safety of the operations of systems by checking performance, diagnosing problems, and making necessary adjustments.
Participate in the initial planning of labor estimates, budget planning and make recommendations to scheduling the projected work.
Maintain an inventory of replacement parts on service van for service call repair.
Provide full service HVAC design and layout for commercial and residential properties.
Epsilon Systems, IncAugust 2012 to November 2013Southwest Regional Maintenance Center (SWRMC) Outside Marine Machinist Mechanic San Diego, CAThe shop leading mechanic i accomplishing mechanical repairs and testing on board ships and in the shop, using blueprints, technical manuals, and ships drawings. Lead shop mechanic in the installation, troubleshooting, modifying and repairs on updated new motivation and repairs on Shaft seals, Bulkhead seal, anchor windlasses and deck machinery on surface ships along with repair and overhauls on antenna tilt group, hydraulic, test flex hoses and perform System Operational Test (SOT) on several different types of elevators. Assigned work, plans, and layouts to mechanics, indicating methods and equipment to be used. Explained the more technical aspects of work and gave instruction, demonstrated, and helped with especially difficult and unusual tasks. Monitored work in progress to assure quality of work, procedural compliance and timely completion of work. Relocated personnel within the shop to balance workload requirements and to meet deadlines. Resolved problems by determining the cause and took corrective actions. Worked with product line supervisor and production controller to plan use of manpower, equipment, facilities, materials, and other resources to accomplish work operations planned on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis to meet various ships' availabilities. Established priorities, deadlines, and tasks based on ships' schedules. Coordinated work assignments of mechanics based on skills and qualifications, and applied various SWRMC resources to meet scheduled deadlines. Reviewed future scheduled work load to maintain daily workload. Report to the product line supervisor daily on the status of work in progress. Inform the PLS of the need to adjust schedules or the use of other resources to attain desired production results. Worked with the material manager to make sure parts are available to support work start dates and update the product line supervisor on any changes in status. Promote a safe and healthy working environment by ensuring the proper use of personal protective equipment by subordinates and their adherence to all safety program requirements as well as instructions on good housekeeping. Enforced compliance of environmental requirements and Hazardous Material (Hazmat) and Hazardous Waste policies. Personnel Management - Checked work operations and reviewed completed work and inspection reports to assure production and quality standards were met. Advocate and Counselor - Kept a workplace environment free of harassment and hostility; afforded equal employment opportunity. Training and Work Scheduling - Maintained the proper number of trained personnel by managing scheduled absences, assessing technical skills and providing quality formal training (as well as on-the-job spot training) to personnel for optimal manning and flex force capability. Process Improvement - Remained well-versed in process improvement concepts/techniques and optimized shop work in progress. Investigate problems, determine root cause, implement corrective action, and recommend solutions. Tool Management - Verified required tools are available for the assigned work and track usage, availability and storage of tools as a matter of proper stewardship.
JB Technical ServicesSeptember 2009 to August 2012Mechanical Maintenance Contractor (OWNER) Tyler, TXOperation and Management - Diagnosed mechanical problems and determined how to correct them by checking blueprints, repair manuals, parts catalogs, as necessary. Scheduled work to employees and provided technical direction and/or assistance in accomplishing the work. Initiated the planning of labor estimates, budget planning and made recommendations to scheduling projected work. Maintained the efficiency, reliability, and safety of the operations of systems by checking performance, diagnosing problems, and making necessary adjustments. Investigated problems, determined causes, implemented corrective actions and recommends solutions. Installation, repair and troubleshoot HVAC systems
License: BoardCalifornia Contractors State License Board HVAC - C20 June 2014- Current
Tyler Junior CollegeAssociate of Science: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration TechnologyTyler, TX, USAssociate of Science: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology, May, 2011 Tyler Junior College - Tyler, TX, United States
C-School2010Certificate: Air Conditioning/RefrigerationCertificate (40hrs): York 236 FA Centrifugal/AC Microprocessor Control Operation and Maintenance, 2010 Navy NEC 4291 Air Conditioning/Refrigeration C-School - TX
LicenseLicense Class A and Class B: Refrigeration, Since 1999-Current Texas Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractors
Centrifugal Air Conditioning C-School1992Certificate: ProficiencyCertificate: 1992 United States Department of Labor Apprenticeship Maintenance Mechanic 4749
NavyMarch 1988 to March 1992US Navy Machinist Mate Second Class March 1988-March 1992 Auxiliary Repairman A-Gang Responsible for all auxiliary equipment, galley, laundry, reefers and air conditioning units. Accurately demonstrated the technical ability to make repairs, adjustments or replacement to all equipment for proper NSTM operation. My Mechanical ability and know how earned me the Top Troubleshooting Award aboard my Naval Ship Command. Reservist-Machinist Mate First Class March 1992- Current
Certificate (40hrs): York 236 FA Centrifugal/AC Microprocessor Control Operation and Maintenance Certificate Certificate: Proficiency in AC and Refrigeration Certification Advanced AC and Refrigeration Certified Pool Operator (CPO) Water Chemistry 410 A Certification EPA Universal HVAC Handling/Recovery Certificate