Dynamic college student with over 3 years of experience as a qualified radiological control technician working in the radiological control department in a variety of areas including limited facility decommissioning, and aircraft carrier Refueling on the CVN-72. Category3 mixed waste worker training, respirator qualified, and life harness qualified. Highly enthusiastic, self- motivating and resourceful professional.
Asbestos supervisor training
Current OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 hazardous waste 40-hour training
U.S. Navy Article 108, Radiological Control Technician Qualification
Bilingual in Spanish
Asbestos supervisor training Quick learner Current OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 hazardous waste Adept multi-tasker 40-hour training bilingual in Spanish U.S. Navy Article 108, Radiological Control self-disciplined Technician Qualification team player
04/2012 to 10/2014
Radiological Control TechnicianHuntington Ingalls Industries – Newport News, VA
Provided work coverage and oversight for maintenance, operational and routine work that involved radioactive material, provided monitoring for radiation, contamination and airborne radioactivity in the work place.
Position responsibilities included: Performing required radiological surveys for free release of material per Article 701 of NAVSEA 389- 0288.
Performed surveys for contamination and radiation control, airborne radioactivity control and surveys to categorize waste for shipment.
Assist in radiological work coverage, radiological work practice oversight and mentoring.
Ensure ALARA (as low as reasonably achievable) principles are followed during work and respond to radiological emergencies as required, survey waste material, excess materials, vehicles, areas and other materials.
Maintain proficiency and qualifications through completion of work, self-study and training activities.
provided monitoring for radiation, contamination
and airborne radioactivity in the work place.
09/2009 to 12/2010
Aviation Ordnanceman United States Navy – Norfolk, VA
Professionally and thoroughly trained in the areas of explosive, ordnance handling, and blasters maintained troubleshooting and repair on all weapons elevators onboard.
Specialized in servicing, inspecting and handling of all types of weapons and ammunition carried on Navy aircraft.
Duties performed included in-flight
functions such as: operating tactical weapons, sensors, and communication
equipment; performing in-flight maintenance of aircraft electrical and
mechanical gear; operating mine countermeasure detection and explosion
equipment; performing duties of flight attendants and load masters.
Associate of Applied Science: Nuclear Engineering Technology Thomas Edison State University - Trenton, NJ
Recipient of Thomas Edison State University military Scholarship
Bachelor of Science: Nuclear Energy Engineering Technology Thomas Edison State University - Trenton, NJ Nuclear Energy Engineering Technology