CV Leading Radio Operator (Telegraphy) on various Indian Naval ships and Naval Shore Establishments
Leading Radio Operator (Telegraphy) on various Indian Naval ships and Naval Shore Establishments
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Location (Residence): Kochin, India Citizenship:India
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Bachelors in ministry of defence Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: Iraq, Malaysia, Mexico Present Location: india, kochi Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I am an enthusiastic and dedicated Indian Naval Communication professional with 14 & 09 months years of active service onboard various Indian Naval ships and Naval Shore Establishments having extensive experience across all areas of Infrastructure Development, Office Administration & Project Management. An exceptional leader who is able to develop and motivate others to achieve goals, I can demonstrate a strong ability to manage projects from conception through to successful completion. A proactive individual with a logical approach to challenges, I perform effectively even within a highly pressurized working environment.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
1996-date Indian Navy
Leading Radio Operator (Telegraphy)
• Acquired Basic training from INS Chilka (Orissa) for the basic grooming.
• Acquired Professional training in Communications from INS Venduruthy (Kochin).
• Completed Sea training onboard INS Amba (mother of submarines) in Mumbai.
• Acquired leadership skills during 08 months leadership training at INS Venduruthy.
• Acquired Office Administration certificate and house keeping supervision from SNC(O) Mess, INS Venduruthy
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelors Degree awarded by the Ministry of Defense.
• Diploma in Telecommunication.
• One year Medical Laboratory Technician Course.
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
KEY I.T. SKILLS
• Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Internet & Email
• Undergone 04 months Hardware & Networking course
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
• Handling and swiftly resolving customer complaints in a professional and effective manner.
• Confident to work independently being a good team player.
• Dedicated and committed to attain the best result.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
Joined Southern Naval Command Officers Mess on 20 May 2009 and was assigned the duties of Maintenance-in-Charge in the premier training mess. Ever since he joined the mess, his performance has been remarkably exceptional and on many occasions brought laurels to this important institution of the Training Command by overseeing many important events and executing them to perfection.
Possesses enormously sound professional knowledge of mess, galley and inventory management and has used the vast expertise in managing men in getting the best out of them. His innovative approach has also brought out a sea change in upgrading the standard of men and material in the mess which has been greatly appreciated by the members of the mess and the many words of acknowledgement and positive reception written in various suggestion books bears authentication to this. He is a highly motivated, industrious and efficient person who has an obsession and eye for detail and works towards it with dogged determination. He has won acclaim and a warm applause of many senior Officers in the mess including visiting dignitaries for his painstaking and productive nature. He has also contributed whole heartedly towards up gradation of mess and galley infrastructure through in house expertise. He has also been an active member for various ongoing projects like special repairs of shacks/multistoried buildings, upgradation of galley equipment, installation of efficient waste management systems, biogas plant and arboriculture. The outsourcing of housekeeping of all multistoried buildings to professional firms is another noteworthy achievement. He always keeps an eye on his subordinates so that they can discharge their duties to their best ability. He has a cheerful disposition and is ever willing to take on any duties assigned to him with a total sense of involvement and concern. The level of commitment he has displayed towards this mess is exemplary, heart warming and awe-inspiring. He has all the potential to manage any establishment independently. He was entrusted with organizing and planning many prestigious command functions and station receptions in honour of visiting Indian and foreign dignitaries, always being calm, composed and keeping his wits about him when dealing with them. It must be said to his credit that his planning has been so thorough that there has never been an occasion to spot a chink in his armour whilst carrying out any of these important events. He has maintained a good bond and rapport with his counterparts in and around the Naval Base to ensure that the best supplies with variety are always supplied thereby reducing the expenditure incurred on local marketing, without compromising with the standards. Thus stands head and shoulders above his peers in his contribution through a keen sense of alertness and professional conduct. He has displayed tremendous mental stamina and has always put service before self whilst striving to achieve the highest standards for the SNC(O) Mess, by not only being demanding on his subordinates, but also being demanding on himself.
He has shown absolute perseverance, resolution, doggedness, and obsession towards hard work and the standards of this Command Mess which is of 1960’s vintage have come up by a long way, all under his able and proficient leadership. He is an outstandingly talented person with excellent character, honesty, dependability and clean personal habits, thereby making him an asset and an advantage to any organization and the service in general. Keeping in view his consistent sterling performance of duties, which is in the best of interest and traditions of our very fine Naval Service OKG is strongly recommended as a trustworthy individual in any organization.