CV/Resume ID no.:
84397 Last Updated:
Sunday, October 5, 2008
Location (Residence): Groton, United States Citizenship:United States
English United States Other:
Education & Experience:
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High School in General Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: United States Present Location: United States, Groton Relocation: United States, United States
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
2005-Present USS Annapolis (SSN-760) Auxiliary Division Leading Petty Officer
2002-2005 Naval Submarine School Auxiliary Division Instructor/Fleet Instructor
1997-2002 USS Springfield (SSN-761) Auxiliary Division
1997-1997 Naval Submarine School Machinist’s Mate “A” and “C” School
1996-1997 Great Lakes, IL Recruit Training
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (1st award): For professional achievement in the superior performance of his duties as a member of Auxiliary Division from August 1997 to February 2002. “…a true team player, Petty Officer Spicer directly contributed to the success of the Ship by training junior Helmsman and Planesman, Diesel Operators.” (Commander D. P. Forney, 2002)
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2nd award): “Petty Officer Spicer displayed exceptional leadership in the supervision of 10 instructors and 250 students annually, and managed 12 courses of instruction…” (Captain D. D. Gerry 2005)
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (3rd award): …led his division through an extremely challenging repair to the ship’s diesel engine. This time sensitive repair was critical to USS Annapolis’ continued operation and directly affected ship’s safety… Supervised all aspects of repairs and managing the rotating needs of his men.” (Commander D. J. McKelvey 2007)
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (4th award): Serving as Auxiliary Division Leading Petty Officer. “As a Diving Officer of the Watch, he provided precision ship control and provided critical back-up to the Officer of the Deck during extended periods at periscope depth operations.” (Commander D. J. McKelvey 2008).
* Directed the training and qualification of 10 auxiliary maintenance technicians.
* Maintain training and qualification records used as licensure for the Auxiliary Division.
* Supervise and coordinate maintenance and training.
* Designated Quality Assurance Inspector/Controlled Material Petty Officer.
* Supervised a team of 10 repair technicians providing for the repairs and maintenance of all assigned auxiliary equipment.
* Managed all levels of maintenance and repair of auxiliary equipment. Planned, scheduled and controlled maintenance action, procurement, and documentation.
* Researched, developed and coordinated complex auxiliary repair procedures. Performed thorough post job evaluations, and improved the auxiliary maintenance and repair process.
* Maintained over 250 thousand dollars of specialized auxiliary repair equipment and tool inventory.
* Coordinated maintenance and repair efforts to successfully complete a Selected Restricted Availability of a Los Angeles Class Submarine.
Technical Knowledge/Skills 1996-Present
* Qualified Diving Officer of the Watch, the senior watch station an enlisted man can qualify: responsible to the Officer of the Deck for submerged operation and buoyancy and trim of the ship. Directly supervises the Helmsman and Planesman for submerged operation.
* Qualified Duty Chief Petty Officer in port: responsible for the safe operation of routine evolutions during a normal day import, smart appearance of the ship, and discipline of the crew.
* Researched and developed retest procedures for complex auxiliary maintenance repairs.
* Meticulously maintained machinery preventative maintenance and quality assurance records.
* Performed routine maintenance and complex repairs to auxiliary equipment.
* Conducted quality assurance inspections on SUBSAFE and other critical ship recovery systems.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
* EPA Universal Refrigerant Technician * Submarine Diesel Technician and Operator
* Leadership Development Program * Basic Level Emergency Medical Technician
* Administration and Operation of Maintenance * Gauge Calibration
and Material Management System * Disabled Submarine Senior Survivor
* Submarine Damage Control * Submarine Hydraulic Systems
* Flexible Hoses and Fittings * Submarine High and Low Pressure Air Systems
* Submarine Advanced Firefighting
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
*Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
* Diving Officer of the Watch
*Chief of the Watch
*Duty Chief Petty Officer
*EPA Universal Refrigerant Technician
*Quality Assurance Inspector
* Master Training Specialist
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]