Location (Residence): Baton rouge, United States Citizenship:United States
English United States Other:
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Vocational in Mechanical Repair Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: United States Present Location: United States, Baton Rouge Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Dear Prospective Employer,
I would like to apply with your company for the position of Offshore Technician or any new position that I may be suited for. I do posses a valid passport and valid driver’s license. The attached resume covers my 12 plus years of mechanical field repair experience and outlines my abilities as a leader and technician. Over 8 years of this is at sea with the U.S. Navy and offshore experience.
Should you have an opening in your organization for a person with my qualifications, or should you be anticipating one in the near future, I would very much appreciate meeting with you for an interview at which time we can discuss in greater detail how my experience and genuine enthusiasm for getting the job done, getting it done safe, and getting it done right will benefit your company.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Safety Relief Valve Technician/ Field Technician
12/2007 – 1/2008 Republic Valve Services, Port Allen, Louisiana
Repair and overhaul safety relief valves including but not limited to Consolidated, Farris, Mercer, Kunkle, Crosby and others, vacuum relief valves. Conducts pre test, disassemble, inspections and repair, assemble, final test and inspections, and format reports. Generate reports using Microsoft Word.
Saturation Chamber Technician
3/2007 - 11/2007 Cal Dive International, New Iberia, Louisiana
Operated and maintained saturation chambers onboard diving vessels, barges and oil rigs. Mixed gases for divers breathing. Cascaded gases. Operated and repaired ECU. Repaired and troubleshooted Kirby Morgan diving helmets. Rebuilt Henderson gas compressor. Uses calipers, micrometers, flaring tool, and tube bender. Made electrical repairs. Troubleshooted problems throughout system. Launched bell for bell runs.
Valve Repair Technician/Industrial Mechanic
3/2003 - 3/2007 Northrop Grumman Newport News/ Newport News Industrial Corporation(NNI), Newport News, Virginia
Repair and test various valves of different sizes and types for aircraft carriers, nuclear submarines, Nuclear Power Plants and other commercial customers. Inspects using precision instruments and gauges. Perform pre tests, including hydrostatic tests with water, air, steam, or nitrogen, to troubleshoot. Match mark and disassemble for cleaning and repair. Repair or replace parts in accordance with workpackage, procedure, drawing, technical manual, Submarine Maintenance Standard, Engineers orders, or any Technical Work Document.
Submarine Machinist Mate E5
2/1996 - 9/2002 US Navy Submarine MM2/E5
Operated, maintained, repaired and conducted maintenance on auxiliary and mechanical systems on-board submarines. . Repaired hydraulic pumps, valves, refrigeration systems, and diesel engines. Rebuilt hydraulic accumulators. Rebuilt numerous trim and drain valves. Disassembled emergency diesel engine for inspection. A Certified QA Craftsman.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
1995 Capitol Senior High School
1996 Various U.S. Navy Engineering schools