CV Hydraulics, Mechanical, Electronics, Management, 22 years experience in Marine Maintenance
Hydraulics, Mechanical, Electronics, Management, 22 years experience in Marine Maintenance
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Vocational in Hydraulics/Mechanic/electronic engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: UK (in particular), Canada Present Location: Canada, Dartmouth Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Dear Sir or Madam,
If your organization is seeking a skilled and experienced Technician, I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss your needs and objectives with you. The accomplishments noted within the accompanying résumé will illustrate the value and vision that I can bring to your team.
For the past 21 years, I have demonstrated success in working within as well as leading and managing departments of DND employees to obtain excellent results in all tasks given. I possess a deep understanding of how to utilize technology in order to deliver enterprising solutions that meet the requirements of business.
My expertise includes strong hands-on technical skills with complex systems that consist of electronic, pneumatic and hydraulic components. Furthermore, I have proven the ability to manage large groups, consistently delivering outstanding outcomes within time and budget constraints. These trends I intend to continue long into the future, beyond the Canadian Armed Forces.
In review of your company’s objectives and possible openings, I believe that my experience is in line with your current needs. If your firm is looking for a dependable, results-orientated professional with a solid performance track record, I would be interested in speaking with you to describe the value that my strengths and experience can bring to your company.
I can be reached at the above telephone numbers and look forward to hearing from you.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
CANADIAN ARMED FORCES 1986 – Present
Manage and supervise subordinates in vast areas of employment. Develop and maintain viable solutions to technical issues. Perform preventative/corrective maintenance on technical systems to ensure operability.
•Provide leadership to employees during preventative and corrective maintenance routines, system status reporting, outside agency/project team coordination, Work Period Coordinator, and Quality Assurance.
•Very efficient at investigating, analyzing, developing viable solutions and completing preventive or corrective maintenance on hydraulic, electronic and pneumatic equipment.
•Researched and implemented technical methodologies, which increased probability of full operational capabilities on technical systems.
•Senior Instructor Canadian Forces Naval Engineering School, CIWS Section.
•Instructed preventative and corrective maintenance to students on hydraulic cranes, including hydraulic and electronics schematics
•Promotion to Canadian Armed Forces Naval rank of Petty Officer First Class due to outstanding leadership skills and excellent job knowledge skills. Possess excellent written and oral communication skills. Very reliable employee who can be trusted to complete all tasks to very high standard.
•Senior Naval Weapons Technician HMCS Charlottetown.
•Completed the duties of a Petty Officer First Class on an operational Warship during a High Readiness training and Evaluation period. Coordinated and controlled Weapons Technicians, Radar Technicians, Acoustic Technicians and Communication Technicians during a demanding schedule ensuring timelines were met and systems were returned to an operational condition allowing the mission to progress.
•Maintenance supervisor on a Canadian Warship for 3 years. Included detailing and instructing preventative and corrective maintenance on hydraulics, mechanical and electronic systems.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
CANADIAN ARMED FORCES
ACADEMICS/EQUIPMENT COURSES COMPLETED:
QL3 BASIC ACADEMICS AND EQUIPMENT
QL5A TECHNICAL ACADEMICS AND EQUIPMENT (University Level)
QL6A TECHNICAL ACADEMICS AND EQUIPMENT (University Level)
QL6B TECHNICAL ACADEMICS AND EQUIPMENT
C.TECH (Certified Engineering Technician ID #4469)
Consisting of the following subjects:
Hydraulics Machine Shop
Fluid Power Mathematics
Fluid Mechanics Control systems Level 1&2
Pneumatics Schematic Diagram Analyzing Hyd/Elec
Electronics Accounting of Goods
Physics Team Philosophy
Digital Theory Management Skills
Stress and materials
CANADIAN ARMED FORCES LEADERSHIP COURSES
Consisting of the following subjects:
Leadership through Gained Skills
Basic Instructional Techniques
Instructional Supervisor Course
Alternate Dispute resolution
Group Problem Solving
Leadership Principles and their Application
Managing a Budget
Directing, Leading & Controlling
First Aid June 2007
Med A1 (Basic Safety)
Med B1 (Survival Craft)
Med B2 (Marine Firefighting)
Meets STCW 1995 regulations VI/1, VI/2, VI/3 other than fast rescue craft
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Vibration Analysis Qualification
Duty Technician Qualification:
a. HPA Compressors
b. Aux Boiler
c. Diesel Generator
d. Aux Sea Water Circ
e. Fuel Oil Service System
f. LP Air Systems
g. Refrigeration systems
h. Machinery Control Console
i. Sea Water Services
j. Fresh Water Services
k. Black out and Recovery Drills
l. Isolation of Power
m. Catholic Protection system
n. CRPP System
o. Damage Control Console
p. Black and Gray Water Systems
q. Lube Oil Purifiers
r. 85 Ton Chillers
s. Internal Communication systems
t. Internal Navigation systems
u. Harbor Watch keeping
v. IC Harbor Watch Keeping
On Scene Commander Hazmat Spill Response Team
Damage Control Flood Refresher 24 Jan 07
Sea Survival 24 Jan 07
Naval Firefighting Course 30 - 31 Jan 07
WHMISS refresher training
Sub Screening Qualified 2006
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]