Multi-talented person that is consistently rewarded for success in planning and operational improvements. Experience in policy development and staff management procedures positively impacting overall morale and productivity.
Responsible for the blow out preventer and the supporting equipment to include the surface equipment such as air compressors, nitrogen compressor, surface accumulators, triplex pumps, marine riser, telescopic joint, and other various equipment. Responsible for the testing of the blow out preventer equipment with pressure tests up to 22,500psi, and the reporting of the testing results. Manage the personnel by ensuring that the daily work scope was completed and that each day was laid out for personnel to complete the work scope. Wrote and completed appraisals for the personnel. Responsible for ordering corrective and preventative materials. Managed hazardous materials that we utilize to include hydraulic oils, Erifon, greases and oils, and PPE for personnel. It was my responsibility to manage the day to day operations to include the safety harnesses, inertia reels, lifting equipment, crane checks, firefighting equipment in my area. Conducted weekly safety inspections on the spaces and wrote the completion forms for the company report. It was my responsibility to complete an investigation for an incident, accident, or near miss, and submit it to the safety manager.
Managed 12 military and civilian personnel that were responsible to manage the 27 commands that were under NSSF New London. The budget was $110 million per year to ensure that the attached commands were maintained at the highest levels of readiness. I coordinated wit the Electric Boat Corporation to manage the ships that were being completed at that facility. Received an award by saving the U.S. Navy over $5 million by having the work scope verified and outsourcing of material and completing the project under the approved timeline. Also, I was responsible to transfer hazardous material from NSSF to EBC. The material had to be purchased, inspected, loaded for transfer, and documents to be shipped to EBC, and then processed through EBC Safety Manager. Managed the office materials budget for office supplies and other materials required for the personnel such as PPE and other safety equipment and transportation. Developed weekly updates on the projects and briefed management to include Squadron and SUBLANT on weekly material status, budgets, and personnel hours per division and shop which includes man-hours.
As the program manager for the USS VIRGINIA (SSN 774), it was my responsibility to manage and maintain over 8,000 work requests that were added per year. It was my responsibility to review and approve these work requests for outside activities to conduct maintenance onboard the ship during maintenance periods. Coordinated with a myriad of contractors to have the maintenance completed in a timely manner. Coordinated crane operations, pier management, quality assurance packages and proper closeout documentation completed, system tag-outs, and access to the ship via Squadron security checks. Managed the program system the military utilizes which is comprised over 22,000 maintenance line items. It was my responsibility to ensure that personnel were completing and closing out PM's and work orders, and order proper replacement material as required. I was also the safety officer for my ship. It was my responsibility to ensure that all of the material received was correctly identified for our unit, coordinated all disposals of sanitary waste, hydraulic fluids, refrigerant waste, plastics, oily rags, and other hazardous substances prepared for shipping, handling, and proper disposal. Completed investigations of injuries and completed reports for the command. Prepared several training lectures with the use of Power Point and word documents for training the ships personnel and newly arrived personnel to ensure that we were in compliance with regulations for training yearly and newly reported personnel training. As the 3M Coordinator, I have had several inspections from the Squadron level and COMSUBLANT. Completed these inspections with outstanding results. The highest levels in the Groton area.
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