CV Royal Navy Operator Mechanic Communications & Seamanship Specialist First Class
Royal Navy Operator Mechanic Communications & Seamanship Specialist First Class
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Location (Residence): Sunderland, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
English United Kingdom
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
High School in 9 x GCSE qualifications Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular) Present Location: England, Sunderland Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I am currently a keen and hard working operator mechanic in the Royal Navy and wish to peruse a career in the offshore oil and gas industry upon leaving the service in January 2010. My current profession is as an operator mechanic of communications first class and seamanship specialist first class. I am keen to adapt my skills if possible to aid me with achieving my goal of an exciting and diverse civilian career in the offshore industry. I am also looking forward to learning new skills in order to reach the targets set for me by my new employer and my own personal aspirations.
Having studied the oil and gas industry for some time now, I am aware of the challenging and diverse ladder which I must climb in order to achieve my goal. I feel that starting at entry level would be of great benefit to me, allowing me to perfect my job at every level before advancing onto the next stage in my career. Being very hard working and proven to work well under pressure, I feel that although challenging, with hard work and dedication, I am very capable of achieving my goal.
I have found that working offshore suits my lifestyle and personality in many ways. Having spent over seven hundred recorded operational sea days offshore in the Royal Navy, I have more than adapted my lifestyle and personal life to suit this, and have found this to work with great ease and has even been beneficial in a number of ways. Although I feel my time in the forces is done and a civilian life is the next step, I wish to continue my work offshore and enjoy the benefits and challenges which this work sector can offer me. With me I will bring my passion for the work, The team ethic and the strict and honest working attitude which the forces has given me and feel I would be a useful and dedicated asset to your workforce.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
May 2005 Jan 2010: Royal Navy Operator Mechanic Communications And Seamanship Specialis First Class.
The operating and maintainence of all onboard communication systems including vestle to vestle, surface to air and ship to shore communications. Maintaining clear and precise communications between units and aircraft within task groups and those of foreign nations. Operating and maintaining internal communication systems to provide constant good communications between onboard outstations. Conducting tactical communications operations including visual communication methods. My Seamanship Specialist roles include the taking part in and overseeing of all onboard seamanship evolutions. Daily, this could include relenishment at sea, entering and leaving ports and conducting cable and anchoring party operations and maintaining all seamanship equipment under my control including the maintainance of sea survival equipment. I was also involved in the daily navigational bridge watch keeping system and acted as helmsman. Being trusted as a Deck Manager of a 22000gt ship, i was also trusted to compile part of ship maintenance logs and corrective and preventative maintenance programs. As a fast RIB coxwain, I am also on standy to launch and operate the RIBs for any evolutions that they are required to take part in such as man overboard recovery, personnel or stores transfers or boarding operations. My time carrying out theses roles in the Royal Navy has gained me over seven hundred recorded operational sea days offshore and has taught me the true value and advantages of working as part of a close knit team in any kind of enviroment.
The operation of glass pressing machines in order to reach production targets and the demand of our customers whilst in a demanding enviroment working under pressure from hirachy.
2001 2003: Laser Print And Design, Print Finishing Machine Operator.
To operate presision print finishing machinery and reach daily production targets in order to maintain a constant flow of products into the other departments to reach the demands of our customers.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
1995-2001 Castle View Comprehensive School.
2005-2006 Royal Navy School Of Seamanship.
2005-2006 Royal Navy School Of Maritime Communications.
2006- Royal Navy School Of Navigation.
2006-2007 Royal Navy School Of Sea Survival, Firefighting And First Aid.
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Being a communicator and mechanic of communication systems i am extremely computer literate and posess a high standard of typing.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Nine GCSE Qualifications, Details available upon request.
Operator Mechanic communications First Class, Royal Navy.
Tactical Communicator First Class, Royal Navy.
Seamanship Specialist First Class, Royal Navy.
Royal Yachting Assosiation Level Two Powerboat Coxwain. (including full log book)
City and Guilds, Electronic Communications Operations Level 2.
Intermediate Sea Survival, Royal Navy.
Intermediate Fire Fighting, Royal Navy.
Intermediate Damage Control, Royal Navy.
Level One First Aid, Royal Navy.
SCTW 95 (fire prevention and fire fighting)
STCW 95 (personal safety and social responsibilities)
Maritime Navigational Yeoman, Royal Navy.
Bridge Navigational Watch Keeper, Royal Navy.
Maritime Security Operations, Royal Navy.
Vestle Protection Force, Royal Navy.
National Security Vetted.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
I wish to pursue and build a career in the offshore oil and gas industry. I hope to learn new skills as well as adapting those gained through previous relevent experience, in order to achieve my goal of a challenging and diverse civilian offshore oil and gas career.