Highly motivated, solutions-focused professional with extensive experience and an impressive record of achievements within all facets of
diving and QA management across the defense industry; a
thinker who can learn quickly, develop expertise, and produce immediate
contributions in systems, analysis, and
highly motivated individual, results oriented with extremely excellent communication
skills; unsurpassed drive, which led to quick promotion while serving with the United States Navy.
Possess highly specialized training in surface supplied, SCUBA, re-compression
rebreather diving assets
Certified in Quality Control analysis and inspection
Proficient with Ship/Submarine repair,
operating underwater pneumatic/hydraulic tools
Process Improvement, Submarine Quality Assurance
Submarine Quality Assurance
Underwater cutting / welding
Navy Diver, 12/2010
to 10/2016 United States Navy
Served as a Submarine Rescue Diver employed with the capability of world-wide submarine assessment, intervention, and rescue using Deep Submergence systems.
Maintained and operated five NAVSEA certified Deep Submergence and diving systems ready 24/7 for the rescue of submariners, both foreign and domestic.
Tracked personnel and supplies within the company.
Instrumental in the re-certification of the Navy's only deep submergence rescue vehicle, the Pressurized Rescue Module, valued at $150M, resulting in the receipt of a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.
Operated and qualified in two other rescue assets, the Submarine Rescue Chamber, and the Atmospheric Diving Suit 2000. Mentored and trained 12 junior personnel in their qualifications for these assets also.
Underwater Ships-Husbandry Specialist providing industrial and logistics support for the incremental overhaul
and repair of TRIDENT submarines and emergent repairs to other tended ships and submarines.
Key player and lead diver for the emergent repairs of critical equipment and double shaft seal replacement aboard
the USS Florida resulting in the savings of $3M in dry-docking costs. Subsequently awarded a Flag Letter of Commendation from the Rear Admiral of Submarine Group 10.
Logged 91 hours of accident free diving, while maintaining a radioactive control diver qualification, facilitating
dives in and near reactor compartments and handling potentially radioactive material.
Recognized for sustained performance in the form of being awarded Blue Jacket of the Year 2012.
Expertly managed the maintenance, repair and stowage of all divers life support equipment such as dive helmets, SCUBA rigs, tanks, and regulators for the Trident Refit Facilities dive locker. Foresight and creative ideas greatly increased
the efficiency of this area, key to mission success.
Volunteered and formally trained to be one of only two base prisoner escorts. Assigned to one case, delivering a
service member to the brig.
Security Installation Technician, 10/2009
to 12/2010 Access Technology Systems
Directly responsible for running wire, testing, troubleshooting, and repair of security equipment for commercial
Spearheaded large scale projects consisting of over 200 motion detectors, keypads, card readers, door packages,
and over 275 cameras.
Analyzed blueprints and schematics to determine routes of cables and wires for maximum efficiency.
to 10/2009 Kiwi Services – Dallas,
Running a fully operational dispatching service.
Coordinating drivers and crews to send them to appropriate jobs.
Monitoring traffic conditions.
Giving detailed logistical instructions to dispatchers.
Maintaining records related to delivery and customer receipt.
Coordinating the daily operations of drivers.
Developing strong working relationship with drivers.
Checking driver schedules.
Handling customer complaints or directing to appropriate department.
Ensuring that all aspects of Health & Safety are adhered to.
Getting a customer's name, address and contact phone number.
Planning out routes and then communicating these routes to drivers.Ensuring the timely completion of the dropped loads database.
Prioritizing customer requirements.
Independent Contractor Specializing in Home Remodel, 01/2007
to 01/2008 Perryman Services – Dallas,
Proficient in the tear-out and installation of all types of flooring and tile.
Knowledgeable of general carpentry, finish work, plumbing, and home electrics.
Demonstrated the importance of integrating and tailoring safety efforts to the core business model ensuring
maximum profits were maintained through proper utilization and integration of safety procedures.
Directly responsible for maintaining appropriate processes and department development, recommending changes
in work flows to ensure operations ran efficiently.
High School Diploma: 2004 Plano East Sr. High - Plano,
Navy / Marine Corps Achievement Medal (3), Fleet Letter of Commendation (2), Awarded Blue Jacket of the
Year for 2012
Quality Assurance Inspector
School / 7 Meter Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat Coxswain
School / Outboard Engine
Overhaul School / Command Fitness Leader School / Propeller Visual Inspector School / Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center School