OBJECTIVE . .... Outstanding gas turbine and support systems technician with over 13 years background in the power plant field. Intent on perceiving a position where my adopt skill of gas turbine operation and maintenance will be utilized to increase company productivity. KEY QUALIFICATIONS ● STCW - International: ● III/4 : Rating Form Part of an Engineering Watch (RFPEW) . ● III/5: Able Seafarer – Engine. ● V/1-1: Basic Oil and Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations. ● VI/1: Basic Training ● VI/2: Proficiency in survival craft other than fast rescue boats (PSC) ● VI/3: Advanced Firefighting ● VI/4: Medical First-Aid Provider ● VI/5: Vessel Security Officer ● VI/6: Vessel Personnel With Designated Security Duties / Security Awareness ● Domestic-National Capacity ● Qualified Member of the Engine Department, Limited to Electrician/Refrigerating Engineer, Fireman/Watertender, Junior Engineer and Oiler ● Tankerman Assist ● Lifeboatman ● Ordinary Seaman ● Stewards Department (F.H.) ● Engineering Duty Officer (EDO) January 2015 ● Oil King February 2014 ● Propulsion and Auxiliary Control Console Operator February 2014 ● Electrical Plant Control Console Operator February 2014 ● Engine Room Operator February 2014 ● Propulsion System Monitor February 2014 USS Jamie E Williams (DDG-95) Norfolk, Virginia January 2014 - October 2016 Gas Turbine Mechanical Leading Petty Officer ● As an Engineering Duty Officer (EDO) was responsible to supervised plant alignment and light off, quality assurance of fuel and lube oil and watch standing. ● As an Ship Oil King was responsible for the testing of the ship fuel and refueling helicopter, onloading and offloading of ship fuel & lube oil and transfer fuel throughout the ship. ● As a Propulsion and Auxiliary Control Console Operator was responsible for monitoring 4 LM2500 General electric engine for pressure, temperature, speed and casually control. ● Supervised 9 subordinates. ● Responsible for over 1000 maintenances (Gas turbine engine, lube oil pump, fuel pump, low pressure compressor, lube and fuel purifier, JP-5 fuel system .). ● Responsible for maintaining 2 LM2500 engines and 1 Rolls Royce Allison K34 engine. ● Monitoring plant with 2 LM2500 engines and Roll Royce Allison K34 engine. ● As an Engine Room Operator supervised and monitor temperature, pressure, vacuum, speed, oil gauges. ● Utilizing the engineering operating sequence system for plan operation and casually control. Assault Craft Unit Four (ACU-4) Little Creek, Virginia December 2010 - January 2014 Quality Assurance Inspector, Maintenance Technician ● Overseen and assisted the overhaul of 15 Auxiliary Power Unit, 10 gearbox , 10 propeller and 35 lift fan on-board Landing Craft Air Cushions saving the navy over 10.7 million in contractor cost. ● 2 years forklift operator experience. ● Enforce strict safety and Quality Assurance standards. USS Sullivans (DDG-68) Mayport, florida January 2007 - December 2010 Gas Turbine Mechanical Leading Petty Officer ● As a Propulsion and Auxiliary Control Console Operator was responsible for monitoring 4 LM2500 General electric engine for pressure, temperature, speed and casually control. ● Supervised 5 subordinates. ● Responsible for over 900 maintenances (Gas turbine engine, lube oil pump, fuel pump, low pressure compressor, lube purifier ). ● Responsible for maintaining 2 LM2500 engines and 1 Rolls Royce Allison K34 engine. ● Monitoring plant with 2 LM2500 engines and Roll Royce Allison K34 engine. ● As an Engine Room Operator supervised and monitor temperature, pressure, vacuum, speed, oil gauges. ● Utilizing the engineering operating sequence system for plan operation and casually control. Technical Training/Certifications Ship Propulsion Fuel/ Lube Oil/ Jet Fuel System 11 - 15 May 2014 Quality Assurance 21 - 24 July 2013 Safety Program Afloat 23 - 28 April 2012 Commercial driver license 27 January - 15 March 2012 Crane Rigger and Rigging Gear August 2011 United Services Military Apprenticeship Program(Power Plant Operator) March 2011 Landing Craft Air Cushion Propulsion & Lift System 15 November - 17 December 2010 Gas turbine mechanical, Class “A ” 14 June - 28 July 2004 Honors ● Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Award 23 January 2015 ● Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Award 21 January 2014 ● Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Award 21 October 2010 ● Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Award 28 April 2009 ● Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Award 18 September 2006 ● Sea Service Deployment Award (7 ) ● Naval Good Conduct Award (4) SKILLS ● Attention to detail ● Respect for others ● Self-discipline ● Performance under pressure ● Adaptability ● Problem solving ● Time management ● Teamwork LANGUAGES English Summary ● Leadership, creative ability, and self-confidence to excel at any task. Safely led a nine team members in accomplishing maintenance and jobs at USS James E. Williams (DDG-95) ● Trained sailors to improve in mission effectiveness. Team Builder, inspires cooperation and progress. ● Always producing exceptional work. No rework required. Using knowledge to solve complex technical problems. ● Power Plant Supervisor duty. Manage personnel for time critical maintenance schedules, scheduling and conducting individual and group training, safety compliance etc… ● Assigned Gas Turbine Technician duty. All aspects to include operation repair and performance of organizational and intermediate maintenance on mechanical components of gas turbine engines, propulsion and auxiliary equipment. ● Proven ability to implement and exercise first aid and safety standards to personnel and work area. ● Recognized for trustworthiness, reliability, and integrity as evidenced by the awarding of a Department of Defense Secret Clearance based upon a thorough background investigation. ● Coordinate Gas turbine and support systems maintenance using computer applications to include borescope inspection, gas turbine compressor wash maintenance, and pump logic.