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Shipboard Officer / Personnel / Crew



KW Containers

December 2013-June

  • Started
    machines and observed mechanical operations to determine efficiency
    or detect problems.

  • Determined
    machines and equipment requiring repair or maintenance then ensured
    a work order was generated and entered in to computer covering time
    and parts used.

  • Dismantled
    machines and removed parts for repair or replacement

  • Inventoried
    and requisitioned machine parts, equipment, and other supplies so
    that stock could be maintained and replenished

  • Operated fork
    trucks, man lifts, bucket lifts and changed molds out in large
    tonnage injection presses on daily basis

  • Maintained
    electronic equipment and trouble shot failures using a wide range of
    diagnostic tools.

Process Technician

Toledo Mold &
Die/INZI Controls
Elba, AL

2004-February 2013

  • Measured and
    visually inspected products for surface and dimension defects to
    ensure conformance to specifications, using precision measuring

  • Observed
    continuous operation of automatic machines to ensure that products
    meet specifications and make adjustments as necessary

  • Used controls
    mechanical and /or digital to regulate pressure, temperature,
    speed, feed rates, and to set cycle times to meet or exceed required

  • Read
    specifications, blueprints, and work orders to determine setups,
    temperatures, and time settings required to mold, form, or cast
    plastic materials, as well as to plan production sequences.

  • Process
    tech’s served as shift lead maintenance directing and assisting
    maintenance and mold changers to ensure safety and proper completion
    of their duties.

  • Experience
    with: Digital micrometers, Digital chromatic readers, and loading
    robots with pick&place programs

Mate 3rd-Nuclear Power

U.S. Navy
73, George Washington, AL

April 1992-April

  • Graduate of
    Naval Nuclear Power and Propulsion program in Orlando FL, with
    prototype training in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

  • Developed or
    implemented actions such as lockouts, tag-outs, or clearances to
    allow equipment to be safely repaired

  • Monitored all
    systems for normal running conditions, performing activities such as
    checking gauges to assess output or the effects of generator loading
    on other equipment

  • Monitored and
    operated boilers, turbines, wells, or auxiliary power plant

  • Recorded
    operating data, such as the results of surveillance tests

  • Implemented
    operational procedures, such as those controlling start-up or
    shut-down activities

  • Communicated
    with Superiors, Peers, and Subordinates to meet high standards of a
    Flag Ship

  • Repaired and
    Maintained Mechanical Equipment in accordance with procedures.

  • Experience
    with: Air compressors, Air purifying respirators, Automatic control
    systems, Pocket dosimeters, Power plant turbine control panels,
    Radiation monitoring instruments, Water desalinization equipment and
    Water samplers

High school, 2 years college,
Dresser-Rand training

Certificate, Credentials, social security, drivers license and DD214
available on request

Engineering Technologies/Technicians

Navy Nuclear Power

Orlando, FL

June 1992-July 1993

Dothan, Alabama,
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