Program & System Engineer07/2011 to CurrentSouthern Nuclear Operating Company - Plant Vogtle Units 3&4Aiken, GA
Lead a multi-organizational team in the development of the Preservice Inspection (PSI) Program.
Lead communications efforts with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to provide status updates of the PSI development and implementation dates.
Effectively manage $1million Authorized Nuclear Inservice Inspection (ANII) budget for the Vogtle Unit 3&4 project.
Effectively lead Maintenance Rule (MR) Program system scoping activities and exceeded 2014 engineering departmental scoping goals.
Lead weekly Maintenance Rule Expert Panel meetings that which includes personnel from Maintenance, Operations, Work Control, Risk Informed Engineering, and Operation Readiness Engineering department.
Multiple program and system development assignments that include:
Preservice Inspection (PSI) Program
Inservice Inspection (ISI) ProgramoEnvironmental Qualification (EQ) Program
Flow Accelerated Corrosion (FAC) Program
Boric Acid Corrosion (BAC) Program
Reactor Vessel Internals (RVI) Program
Primary Side Material Management Program
Maintenance Rule Program
Reactor Cooling System (RCS)
Radiological Controlled Area Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning System (VAS).
American Society of Mechanical Engineers Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (ASME BP&V) Section III & XI experience and knowledge.
Engineering Internship05/2010 to 12/2010Savannah-River National LaboratoryAiken, SC
Department of Energy (DOE) Radiological Worker II Certified.
Performed radiological dose rate calculations.
Performed analysis of container shielding using MCNP.
Participated in the developmental process of a Safety Analysis Report for Packaging (SARP).
Performed transportation risk assessments for nuclear material.
Created universal calculation document for A2 values for radionuclide's per 10CFR71.
Owner06/1997 to 10/2009Alan's Paint & BodyBlackville, SC
Managed and supervised a diverse group of employees.
Provided guidance and direction to safely and effectively repair and refinish vehicles to manufacture standards.
Trained entry-level employees on the mechanics of collision repair.
Trained and developed employees on the mechanics and fundamentals of collision repair. Provided performance feedback on a regular basis to improve production as well as acknowledgment of good performance.
Lead employees to complete repairs by of vehicles by committed date without sacrificing quality or safety.
Engineering Internship05/2008 to 08/2008Advance Glass Fiber YarnAiken, SC
Operated and implemented a Sensor and Data Acquisition System.
Programmed, assembled, and operated laser based precision surface measurement systems in support of new technology enabling.
Assembled, programmed, and troubleshot high temperature (up to 2500C) infrared sensor to work with National Instrument Data Acquisition Systems.
Supported new process development in glass fiber yarn production increasing throughput by 50%.
Performed heat load calculation and related measurements to evaluate glass fiber cooling efficiency through water-cooled heat exchangers.
Supported root cause analysis of glass fiberizing issues improving manufacturing efficiency.
Engineering Internship - Arrestor Business Unit10/2007 to 05/2008Hubbell Power SystemsAiken, SC
Used root cause analyses for solving manufacturing problems.
Performed electrical testing of modules.
Completed assigned projects by assigned date.
Researched raw materials and manufacturing methods for non-conforming parts reduction.
Revised International Standardization Organization (ISO) manufacturing procedures.
Researched new epoxy resins to replace a discontinued product for a filament winding application.
Studied Cure Time for epoxy resins for filament winding application.
Conducted trials that studied effects of thermal expansion and contraction on dimensions of glass-filled polyester parts from various suppliers.
Engineering Internship - Cable Accessories Business Unit01/2007 to 10/2007Hubbell Power SystemsAiken, SC
Responsible for conducting asset inventory duties.
Researched and created tooling and applications to improve manufacturer process and quality of finished goods.
Gained experience in rubber injection molding process.
Developed and designed floor layouts for machinery, electrical & water transfer.
MBA: Master of Business Administration2014Southern Wesleyan UniversityNorth Augusta, SC
B.S: Nuclear Engineering2011 South Carolina State University Orangeburg, SC
National Honor Society-Member Institute of Nuclear Materials Management- Member Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC- Fellow) American Nuclear Society- Member Alpha Nu Sigma Society-Member
Math Tutor (Collegiate, High-School)
Physics Tutor (Collegiate, High-School)
At Risk Youth Community Mentor
assembly, C, Data Acquisition, dimensions, hydraulics, inventory, ISO, laser, machinery, materials, Packaging, Process Development, quality, Safety, transportation
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Companies Worked For:
Southern Nuclear Operating Company - Plant Vogtle Units 3&4
Savannah-River National Laboratory
Alan's Paint & Body
Advance Glass Fiber Yarn
Hubbell Power Systems
Southern Wesleyan University
South Carolina State University
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Program & System Engineer
Engineering Internship - Arrestor Business Unit
Engineering Internship - Cable Accessories Business Unit
MBA : Master of Business Administration 2014 B.S : Nuclear Engineering 2011
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