During my time with Craneworks, Inc. I have performed Load Tests per NAVFAC P-307, inspected and repaired CAT 1,2,and 3 cranes, developed and executed lift plans on naval bases and analyzed risk assessments for such lifts and tests. I understand and and support the goals of the NAVFAC P-307 program and continue to study it as there is always more to learn. I know what is required for all aspects of a successful, mature weight handling program, from the certifications required for crane operators, to risk assessment and management, to the maintenance, inspection, and testing of equipment. In my experience working with the Navy Crane Center during audits and I know what areas are emphasized (including self assessments) and how to help prepare our bases for these audits. Also, I have the communication skills to converse with higher level supervisors, Base Commanders, inspectors, and mechanics to articulate the needs of a Navy Weight Handling Program to all involved. Part of my current position involves reading and interpreting blueprints and engineering drawings to ensure specifications are met and repairs completed correctly. I daily use my computer skills in Microsoft Word ,Power Point, Excel, and Outlook to communicate, consolidate data, produce letters, memos , and reports . I pride myself on integrity, work ethic, and results and I believe these character traits will serve me well in this position.
With my experience and knowledge, along with my communication skills I would be an asset as an equipment supervisor in the management of your weight handling programs and I look forward to meeting with you to discuss our possibilities.
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