- Project Engineering / Project Management
Team Building & Leadership; 8 years Project Planning & Scheduling (Primavera P3/P6/MS Project) 12 years Earned value Analysis, S-Curve development and interpretation, Project Costing, Estimating & Budgeting. Cost analysis include make or buy recommendations, vendor relationships. Highly detailed for Risk analysis and presentation to stake holders/C-level.
Provide leadership and value to a growth oriented corporation in the United States or as a representative for the US Corporation.
Bay Ship & Yacht Co. – Mare Island Dry Dock Mar 2014 – Dec 2014
Program Manager for Government and Commercial Repair Availabilities on the Mare Island Dry Dock Project
- Developed, Implemented, scheduled and presented long term and short term operational and organizational plans. $6.1 million repair activity, Craft start-up, scheduling and planning process with multi- layer risk analysis.
- Developed work scope definitions for commercial and Government growth. (Army, Commercial, USCG)
- Maintained compliance for stake holder specifications with ABS, NDV, or governmental quality specifications (SFLC, SI, MVA), while implementing safety, quality and cost outlooks in every schedule for shareholder profitability.
- Developed vendor relationships, key performance indicators of internal per labor utilization make or buy decisions for all projects. (Craft/hour)
St. John’s Shipbuilding –Palatka, FL. Sept 2013 – Jan 2014
Project Manager for Commercial New Construction and multi sector (GOV.) repair activities; Consultant for Jones Boat yard (Strategic alliance with St Johns Shipbuilding)
- Initiated new business development through formal government solicitation responses. (USCG Contract Award)
- QA credential implementation for shipyards (NAVY DRY-DOCK STANDARDS, COAST GUARD CERT. AND ABR) Project Management, including development of Government solicitations and commercial specifications toward estimation, award of new construction or maintenance Availability.
- Development, implementation and maintenance of the master schedule for 3 projects (20 alum. passenger boats, 2 in class OSV/170' and dry-dock maintenance availability). Organizational development of sequence of build and workflow efficiency. Evaluation of Capital Improvements for two shipyards. Gross Sales $23 Million.
NAVSEA; SupShip Bath, ME Detachment LCS Project – Marinette, WI Sept 2012 – Sept -2013
General Industrial Specialist, Production Controller
- Business Analyst maintained and implemented physical progressing processes and procedures in support of LCS shipbuilding programs, includes regular audit/validation of shipbuilder’s progressing systems.
- Provided comprehensive analysis of shipbuilder’s production improvement initiatives using EVM system, progressing system, shipbuilder’s scheduling/labor management system, craft level observations.
- Developed and maintained timely management reports, briefings and presentations to the supervisor of shipbuilding, ship acquisition program manager and staff to discuss schedule resource status, variance analysis and process validation findings to provide recommendations.
North Florida Shipyards Inc. – Jacksonville, FL May 2011 – June 2012
Project Manager for US Navy vessel repair activity
- Planned and scheduled repair availabilities (Minor Budget $1.3M) on DDG, CG, FFG US Naval vessels. Managed a team from response to bid, thru bid review, quality program execution and craft scheduling and daily production updates to the customers, stakeholders, architects and safety.
- Planned and managed combat systems vendor ORDALT, and HM&E Vendor/subcontractor for MACALT’s, while incorporating FY-12 and FY-13 standard items as required. Developed, executed and monitored test and inspection plans, process verification inspections (internally and as sub-contractor control initiatives).
- Captured voice of the customer through accomplishment of customer needs. Including technical research, scope verification and specification verification toward ABS or Navy technical authority (NTA) criteria.
VSE Corp – Jacksonville, FL and Egypt June 2008 – May 2011
Diversified technical services company, serving primarily U.S. government agencies and foreign militaries.
Combat Systems Project Engineer & Technical Advisor
- Managed international systems transfer projects/programs including vendor and subcontractor sourcing/management, client training scheduling, budgeting, material management, cost control, government agency compliance, and on-site/at-sea testing.
- Maximized Egypt Navy’s utilization of six ships in two separate classes by providing guidance and leadership on combat system maintenance, repair, and training.
- Served as Project Engineer for the FMS transfer of the USS McInerney to the Pakistan Navy. Responsible for delivery 100% SAT Combat System Material Condition, contractor performance, Vendor schedules, monitor through deliverables for contract requirements and execution of sea trials.
- Planned and executed shipboard Combat systems assessments and training periods for FFG, CG, DDG, FF (Knox), including synergy with curriculum model managers and planning board for examination team partners.
United States Navy – Mayport, FL Retired – Sept. 1999
Naval warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces.
Chief (E7) Course Curriculum & Maintenance Manager
- Promoted through ranks to coordinate and manage highly specialized training programs covering combat systems and underwater warfare.
- Led & trained a Maintenance Teams for South east regional training facility.
- Held Combat Systems Officer of the watch (CSOOW), during pre-commissioning inspections, routine operations and battle conflagrations.
- Team Leader for Afloat Training Group Mobile Combat Systems trainer, responsible shipboard-20B5/20B4 Mobile trainer connectivity. (All weapon systems, Radars, underwater sensors)
- Operational CSTT member, serving underwater systems, Radar systems, power configurations, cooling systems alignment, with safe to work program adherence by contractors, vendors, and shipboard personnel.
- Combat Systems Senior Team member of the Engineering planning for repair availabilities, include needs assessment of Combat System (C/S) Material conditions, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) identification, vendor schedule for C/S, inventory of shipboard repair parts to coincide with SNAP II/2K work requests.
- Combat Systems Team member (CSTT) providing work scope development for Underwater Sensor and Underwater weapon systems toward repair and upgrade requirements on availabilities. (shipyard/pier side)
- Maintenance Manager for two mobile trainers, SE Region; responsible for all aspects of maintenance: budget, regional purchase contracts etc.
Bachelor of Science in Business Management University of Phoenix