I am responding, with great interest, to the advertisement for a Carrier Overhaul Network Scheduling position. I would be an ideal match for this position.
I am a 15 year military veteran that served his country with hard work and dedication. I am looking forward to bringing trades to your company, in addition to my extensive professional experience, I have a ton of experience in carrier overhaul planning, scheduling, and administrative skills. My broad background makes me an excellent candidate for this position.
I look forward to meeting with you in person to further discuss my qualification.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
12/2012 to Current
Outside MachinistHuntington Ingalls Industries － Newport News, VAI am skilled in the installation of propulsion machinery, sea valves, steering gear, anchor handling equipment, elevators, pumps, ventilation fans, and weapons systems. In the process of installing this equipment, experience is gained in the use of math, blueprints, precision tooling, and portable machine tools. I have also become familiar with the procedures for precision line boring, precision alignment of machinery, bearing fitting, machinery assembly, surface machining, precision reaming, and machinery and weapons testing.
11/1996 to 01/2012
Aviation OrdnancemanUnited States Navy － Norfolk, VA
While assigned to the USS NIMITZ (CVN 68), from December 1997 to March 2004 as a 3M Zone Inspector during a 3 year Refueling Carrier Overhaul period, I was directly responsible for coordinating the efforts between 300 shipyard workers and 25 Navy Officers and Chiefs for over 40 Navy ship zones in which was recognized for maintaining an 85 % on time delivery rate.
While assigned to the USS CARL VINSON (CVN 70), from April 2004 to January 2007 as the Work Center Control Representative for Weapons Department; I prepared, controlled, documented, planned, and accounted for over 250 work candidates required for reentry work onboard the carrier in the shipyard. Also I coordinated the work activities between the Navy, shipyard, and other subcontractors for multiple systems and equipment that have been expected and turned over to the Navy ahead of schedule.
While assigned to NAS Patuxent River form January 2007 to May 2010 as the Leading Petty Officer of Armament Weapons Support Equipment, supervising 17 military and 12 contract civilians responsible for custody and upkeep of 309 IMRL items valued at $4.7 million. The 17 personnel assigned process 300 maintenance actions quarterly IAW the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program, to ensure the availability of the Safe and Ready For Issue equipment for 50 tenant commands.
While assigned to the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75 ), from May 2010 to January 2012 as the Ship Safety Petty Officer. Assists the Ship Safety manager in coordinating the implementation of the Navy Occupation Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program, Traffic Safety Program, Recreational, Athletics and Home Safety Program. Performs administrative and record keeping functions in support of the command safety organization. Identify hazards, unsafe work practices, and health conditions. Assists in the evaluation of workplace hazards, including periodic workplace monitoring. Prepares various safety and mishap reports, maintains hazard abatement program documentation, and aids in mishap investigations,
Has been maintaining a Secret level security clearance for over 10 (2002-2012) years while dedicated to the United States Navy.
Has been maintaining a Secret level security clearance for over 3 (2012-2016) years while employed for Huntington Ingalls Industries.
Tidewater Tech School of WeldingGPA: 3.83 President's Award: June and September, 2012.
Dean's List June and September 2012.
3.83 President's Award: June and September, 2012.
Dean's List June and September 2012.
Shielded Metal Arc Weld: Flat, Vertical, Horizontal and Over-head position.