I have a well diversified background in the Ship Repair/Modification Business. I retired in 2012 with 31 years of my life dedicated to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. This included starting out in the Sheetmetal Trade and completing my career in Project Management as a Project Engineering Planning Manager. I had increased responsibility with job promotions throughout my career. With a diversified background I can bring a lot to the table for organizations and assist with mentoring personnel to enhance to companies business they support and in the right setting grow the company.
self-studies, classroom training, examinations, and boards to attain NAVSEA
Zone Manager and Project Engineering Planning Manager Qualifications. This qualification program is set aside for
only the most talented managers and includes specific instruction in Resource
Management, EEO, Work Integration, Scheduling, Cost and Budget, Planning,
Execution, and Certification.
Successfully completed all required training annually to have kept my
qualifications current while employed prior to my retirement in February of
09/2005 to 02/2012
Project Engineering Planning Manager (PEPM)Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (SY) － Bremerton, WA.Planned Shipbuilding Repair/Modification Availabilities and Supervised Planning Support Staff including Project Engineers, Planner and Estimators, Schedulers, Project Planners, Material Project Coordinators, Project Quality Assurance Manager and Work Package Control. I Coordinated with Assistant and Chief Test Engineers as well as assigned Resource Manager and assigned Zone Managers. All of these were critical to ensure our planning products supported the Project Managers Execution Plan. Duties included developing and updating our master project timetable to ensure target dates were met to support overall project schedule and aligned with NAVSEA Chief of Naval Operations identified schedules. I was also responsible for developing and updating project strategies that were pertinent to our Projects Success. I would assist assigned personnel when problems would arise that had the potential to impact our Project Planning Timeline. The Projects I supported as a PEPM were multi-million dollar projects and well over 100,000 mayday's of work. I always had a keen eye towards Cost, Schedule, Quality and Safety. Since the SY was not a profit organization my goals (which were attained) was to have my projects come with cost and schedule.
Associate of Arts: TechnicalOlympic College － Bremerton, WA., USA