LiveCareer-Resume

naval recruit resume example with 6+ years of experience

Jessica
Claire
resumesample@example.com
(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
:
Professional Summary

Highly adaptable marine engineer with successful track record of completing projects on time and within budget. Ambitious attitude and mind that can "think outside the box." Experienced in building mechanical and electrical systems for vessels. Well-rounded, industrious Marine Engineer and Naval veteran with over 5 years' of marine diesel expertise. Strong communicator with project planning and management experience. Looking to utilize preventative maintenance skills with an innovative company. Forward-thinking supervisor with 3 years of relevant work experience. Offering excellent problem-solving, communication and multitasking abilities . Background planning and managing innovations to existing processes, implementing new processes and installing equipment. Accurately and efficiently perform daily tasks. Motivated team leader with experience safely operating equipment and enforcing company policies. Focused with attention to detail, exemplary communication and exceptional mechanical abilities.

Skills
  • Troubleshooting
  • Mechanically Inclined
  • Tool Knowledge
  • Organized
  • Motivated
  • Reliable
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Leadership
  • Adaptable
  • Schedule management
  • Crew leadership
  • Resilience
  • Customer Interaction
  • Hardware and Software Repair
  • Organizational Skills
  • Microsoft Windows and Office
  • Resolving Problems and Incidents
  • Troubleshooting Network Issues
  • Component Replacements
  • Computer System Diagnostics Software
  • Technical Training
  • Upbeat and Positive Personality
  • Fluent Spanish
Education
Lawrence High School Lawrence, MA Expected in 06/2014 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Naval Assignment School Great Lakes, IL, Expected in 03/2016 No Degree : Engineering (Pre-Engineering) - GPA :
Naval Security Force Sentry Course Virginia Beach, VA, Expected in 06/2016 No Degree : Criminal Justice - GPA :
Cummins Diesel Overhaul Technician (USN) Virginia Beach, VA, Expected in 05/2020 No Degree : Engineering Mechanics - GPA :
Work History
Concord Hospitality - Naval Recruit
Wyoming, MI, 11/2015 - 04/2016
  • Used critical thinking to break down problems, evaluate solutions and make decisions.
  • Maintained energy and enthusiasm in fast-paced environment.
  • Performed duties in accordance with applicable standards, policies and regulatory guidelines to promote safe working environment.
  • Quickly learned new skills and applied them to daily tasks, improving efficiency and productivity.
  • Demonstrated respect, friendliness and willingness to help wherever needed.
  • Handled 5-8 operating issues/ maintenance per day, to address customer inquiries and concerns
Jones Lange Lasalle Inc. - Assistant Chief Engineer
San Jose, CA, 04/2016 - 09/2020
  • Performed over 4000 periodic preventative maintenance checks on two types of Diesel Engines for 2 classes of Landing Craft Utilities, allowing for the successful completion of 3 intercostal waterways, 10 stern gate marriages, 20 beach hits and over 25 wet well operations
  • Onboard LCU 1643, executed and assisted numerous casualties to include the trouble shoot and eventual replacement of the fire pump, slack puller motor for anchor, exhaust silencers for 2 types of Detroit Diesel Engines, main rudder hydraulic components
  • Ensured proper plant status was maintained at the highest level allowing us to transport 1500 cases of water and food
  • Operated/maintained hydraulics, steering, throttle and steering electronic system and two 5-ton A/C units
  • Led 3 Detroit Diesel Engines inspections, 5 engine tune ups and overhauled all engineering logs in preparation for foreign nation sea exercises
  • Participated with foreign national marines and 124 tons of equipment during a variety of exercises embarked with the USS Gunston Hall 2018
  • Responsible for leading and training 8 junior sailors in the troubleshooting and restoration of 2 5-ton A/C units, seawater supply lines and all 4 refrigerators and freezers
  • Assisted engineers on the USS Gunston Hall with multiple equipment casualties, including 2 major coolant leaks on #3 Ship Service Diesel Generator header and 2 fuel injection pumps
  • Attended weekly department head meetings to share information and voice concerns.
  • As maintenance department Assisting Leading Petty Officer, ensured over 300 preventative and 140 corrective actions were completed in a timely manner for crafts in IEM status (Inactive Equipment Maintenance)
  • Spent over 100 hours training and mentoring 8 sailors on key watch standing, heavy equipment and 10 personal qualification stations, improving maintenance qualifications to 98%
  • Completely revamped the command Defense Reutilization marketing office and recycling program, discarding damaged equipment and making space for necessary equipment, saving the NAVY over 100k
  • Lead to all active LCUs to being fully equipped and ready for command tasking
  • Engineering Assist Team, responsible for bringing back deactivated LCUs and assisting active crews with major engineering casualties
  • Orchestrated tooling changeovers, setups and repairs to minimize downtime and improve productivity
  • Mentored new engineering and production team members
  • Maintained timely and accurate oral and written technical reports of engineering activities
  • Rotated goods in inventory by following “first in, first out” approach to keep shelves organized and well-stocked
  • Moved large and bulky items up to 18k pounds manually or with equipment such as forklifts and Cargo trucks
  • Navigated powered lift trucks safely to move items throughout warehouse and reduce injury risk
  • Utilized pallet jacks to move items to and from different warehouse locations
  • Unloaded incoming products off trucks, sorted items in staging area and transported items to final storage locations
  • Transferred heavy materials from ground level to elevated storage locations to facilitate timely retrieval of items
  • Monitored work areas for cleanliness and functionality and removed obstacles to promote safe work environment
  • Lifted materials of varied weights on regular basis to transport items to proper warehouse locations.
  • Optimized performance of facility machinery through calibration and repairs.
JetStar Aviation - Ground Support Mechanic
City, STATE, 02/2020 - 11/2020
  • Train new team members to apply industry best practices and airfield safety protocols at all times
  • Evaluated vehicle schematics to assess required parts and order accordingly
  • Used diagnostics and troubleshooting tools to identify failures and equipment issues
  • Adjusted, repaired or replaced defective automotive parts
  • Tested electronic components and computer controls with specialized devices
  • Calibrated repaired systems to meet performance specifications outlined by manufacturers
  • Inspected vehicles to assess damage and strategize repair plans
  • Wrote up detailed repair orders outlining all actions and estimated costs
  • Connected electrical wiring to control panels and electric motors
  • Executed preventive and corrective maintenance on work trucks and other vehicles
  • Prepared appropriate maintenance forms and records for accountability
  • Enforced adherence to safety regulations and building codes
  • Maintained garage safety protocols to meet regulatory and company expectations
  • Monitored shop equipment to maintain safe working condition
  • Performed generator troubleshooting and diagnostics of electrical, mechanical and hydraulic equipment.
Standard Calibrations Inc - Critical Facilities Technician
City, STATE, 01/2021 - 11/2021

Gained solid experience in mission critical facilities operating / engineering, including experience with mission critical infrastructure (UPS, HVAC, generators, cooling, and BMS).

Gained Data center experience.

Analyzed and interpreted complex project documents, including AutoCAD, Excel and PDF documents.

Managed projects effectively.

Develop installation standards and project tracking/management documents.

Interacted effectively with managers, clients, customers and vendors.

A high level of commitment to customer service to both co-workers and clients.

Performed unique calibrations for various type of precise sensors (Temperature, Humidity, Dewpoint, Differential pressure, Airflow).

Schematic reading for entire building

Document/ inventory sensors after testing and/or calibrating them using excel and google sheets.

Siemens Healthineers USA - Customer Service Engineer II
City, STATE, 11/2021 - Current
  • Broke down and evaluated user problems, using test scripts, personal expertise and probing questions.
  • Helped streamline repair processes and update procedures for support action consistency.
  • Responsible for providing dedicated, on-site support for system configuration which include, pre-installation, training, troubleshooting and post implementation.
  • Routinely interact directly with customers including Laboratory Managers, Supervisors and IT Administrators as well as external Laboratory Information Systems Vendors and 3rd party middleware companies.
  • Work with cross-function groups to resolve complex issues.
  • Actively looks for changes that will provide a higher level customer service.
  • Assisted in meeting business objectives.
  • Supported MegaLab installations, created knowledge transfer documentation and acted as a technical SME.
  • Led by example to drive customer satisfaction through highest quality standard.
  • Performed scheduled maintenance.
  • Troubleshot continued issues handed over from previous shift.
  • Installed new software and hardware.
  • Atellica IM 1600 Analyzer, Atellica Sample Handler, Sample Handler Connect
Additional Information
  • Accomplishments , Pistol Sharpshooter Ribbon Rifle Sharpshooter Ribbon National Defense Service Medal Global War On Terrorism Medal Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal Enlisted as an E1 and in less than 4 years i had made it that the rank of E5 due to performance and testing.
Skills
  • Troubleshooting
  • Mechanically Inclined
  • Tool Knowledge
  • Organized
  • Motivated
  • Reliable
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Leadership
  • Adaptable
  • Schedule management
  • Crew leadership
  • Resilience
  • Customer Interaction
  • Hardware and Software Repair
  • Organizational Skills
  • Microsoft Windows and Office
  • Resolving Problems and Incidents
  • Troubleshooting Network Issues
  • Component Replacements
  • Computer System Diagnostics Software
  • Technical Training
  • Upbeat and Positive Personality
  • Fluent Spanish
Work History
UNITED STATES, NAVY Bootcamp - Naval Recruit
Great Lakes, IL 11/2015 - 04/2016
  • Used critical thinking to break down problems, evaluate solutions and make decisions.
  • Maintained energy and enthusiasm in fast-paced environment.
  • Performed duties in accordance with applicable standards, policies and regulatory guidelines to promote safe working environment.
  • Quickly learned new skills and applied them to daily tasks, improving efficiency and productivity.
  • Demonstrated respect, friendliness and willingness to help wherever needed.
  • Handled 5-8 operating issues/ maintenance per day, to address customer inquiries and concerns
United States Navy - Assistant Chief Engineer
Virginia Beach, VA 04/2016 - 09/2020
  • Performed over 4000 periodic preventative maintenance checks on two types of Diesel Engines for 2 classes of Landing Craft Utilities, allowing for the successful completion of 3 intercostal waterways, 10 stern gate marriages, 20 beach hits and over 25 wet well operations
  • Onboard LCU 1643, executed and assisted numerous casualties to include the trouble shoot and eventual replacement of the fire pump, slack puller motor for anchor, exhaust silencers for 2 types of Detroit Diesel Engines, main rudder hydraulic components
  • Ensured proper plant status was maintained at the highest level allowing us to transport 1500 cases of water and food
  • Operated/maintained hydraulics, steering, throttle and steering electronic system and two 5-ton A/C units
  • Led 3 Detroit Diesel Engines inspections, 5 engine tune ups and overhauled all engineering logs in preparation for foreign nation sea exercises
  • Participated with foreign national marines and 124 tons of equipment during a variety of exercises embarked with the USS Gunston Hall 2018
  • Responsible for leading and training 8 junior sailors in the troubleshooting and restoration of 2 5-ton A/C units, seawater supply lines and all 4 refrigerators and freezers
  • Assisted engineers on the USS Gunston Hall with multiple equipment casualties, including 2 major coolant leaks on #3 Ship Service Diesel Generator header and 2 fuel injection pumps
  • Attended weekly department head meetings to share information and voice concerns.
  • As maintenance department Assisting Leading Petty Officer, ensured over 300 preventative and 140 corrective actions were completed in a timely manner for crafts in IEM status (Inactive Equipment Maintenance)
  • Spent over 100 hours training and mentoring 8 sailors on key watch standing, heavy equipment and 10 personal qualification stations, improving maintenance qualifications to 98%
  • Completely revamped the command Defense Reutilization marketing office and recycling program, discarding damaged equipment and making space for necessary equipment, saving the NAVY over 100k
  • Lead to all active LCUs to being fully equipped and ready for command tasking
  • Engineering Assist Team, responsible for bringing back deactivated LCUs and assisting active crews with major engineering casualties
  • Orchestrated tooling changeovers, setups and repairs to minimize downtime and improve productivity
  • Mentored new engineering and production team members
  • Maintained timely and accurate oral and written technical reports of engineering activities
  • Rotated goods in inventory by following “first in, first out” approach to keep shelves organized and well-stocked
  • Moved large and bulky items up to 18k pounds manually or with equipment such as forklifts and Cargo trucks
  • Navigated powered lift trucks safely to move items throughout warehouse and reduce injury risk
  • Utilized pallet jacks to move items to and from different warehouse locations
  • Unloaded incoming products off trucks, sorted items in staging area and transported items to final storage locations
  • Transferred heavy materials from ground level to elevated storage locations to facilitate timely retrieval of items
  • Monitored work areas for cleanliness and functionality and removed obstacles to promote safe work environment
  • Lifted materials of varied weights on regular basis to transport items to proper warehouse locations.
  • Optimized performance of facility machinery through calibration and repairs.
JetStar Aviation - Ground Support Mechanic
Norfolk, VA 02/2020 - 11/2020
  • Train new team members to apply industry best practices and airfield safety protocols at all times
  • Evaluated vehicle schematics to assess required parts and order accordingly
  • Used diagnostics and troubleshooting tools to identify failures and equipment issues
  • Adjusted, repaired or replaced defective automotive parts
  • Tested electronic components and computer controls with specialized devices
  • Calibrated repaired systems to meet performance specifications outlined by manufacturers
  • Inspected vehicles to assess damage and strategize repair plans
  • Wrote up detailed repair orders outlining all actions and estimated costs
  • Connected electrical wiring to control panels and electric motors
  • Executed preventive and corrective maintenance on work trucks and other vehicles
  • Prepared appropriate maintenance forms and records for accountability
  • Enforced adherence to safety regulations and building codes
  • Maintained garage safety protocols to meet regulatory and company expectations
  • Monitored shop equipment to maintain safe working condition
  • Performed generator troubleshooting and diagnostics of electrical, mechanical and hydraulic equipment.
Standard Calibrations Inc - Critical Facilities Technician
Chesapeake, VA 01/2021 - 11/2021

Gained solid experience in mission critical facilities operating / engineering, including experience with mission critical infrastructure (UPS, HVAC, generators, cooling, and BMS).

Gained Data center experience.

Analyzed and interpreted complex project documents, including AutoCAD, Excel and PDF documents.

Managed projects effectively.

Develop installation standards and project tracking/management documents.

Interacted effectively with managers, clients, customers and vendors.

A high level of commitment to customer service to both co-workers and clients.

Performed unique calibrations for various type of precise sensors (Temperature, Humidity, Dewpoint, Differential pressure, Airflow).

Schematic reading for entire building

Document/ inventory sensors after testing and/or calibrating them using excel and google sheets.

Siemens Healthineers USA - Customer Service Engineer II
Clifton, NJ 11/2021 - Current
  • Broke down and evaluated user problems, using test scripts, personal expertise and probing questions.
  • Helped streamline repair processes and update procedures for support action consistency.
  • Responsible for providing dedicated, on-site support for system configuration which include, pre-installation, training, troubleshooting and post implementation.
  • Routinely interact directly with customers including Laboratory Managers, Supervisors and IT Administrators as well as external Laboratory Information Systems Vendors and 3rd party middleware companies.
  • Work with cross-function groups to resolve complex issues.
  • Actively looks for changes that will provide a higher level customer service.
  • Assisted in meeting business objectives.
  • Supported MegaLab installations, created knowledge transfer documentation and acted as a technical SME.
  • Led by example to drive customer satisfaction through highest quality standard.
  • Performed scheduled maintenance.
  • Troubleshot continued issues handed over from previous shift.
  • Installed new software and hardware.
  • Atellica IM 1600 Analyzer, Atellica Sample Handler, Sample Handler Connect

By clicking Customize This Resume, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Your data is safe with us

Any information uploaded, such as a resume, or input by the user is owned solely by the user, not LiveCareer. For further information, please visit our Terms of Use.

Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Lawrence High School
  • Naval Assignment School
  • Naval Security Force Sentry Course
  • Cummins Diesel Overhaul Technician (USN)

Job Titles Held:

  • Naval Recruit
  • Assistant Chief Engineer
  • Ground Support Mechanic
  • Critical Facilities Technician
  • Customer Service Engineer II

Degrees

  • High School Diploma
  • No Degree
  • No Degree
  • No Degree

By clicking Customize This Resume, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

*As seen in:As seen in: