CV 22 years Marine Engineering Technician, Vibration Analyst
22 years Marine Engineering Technician, Vibration Analyst
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Bachelors in BTech Diploma-Marine Engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular) Present Location: Spain, Jacarilla Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
To whom it may concern,
Please find attached a current copy of my CV, which details the experience and qualifications gained throughout my 22 years as a Mechanical Marine Engineering Technician.
My first 10 years as an engine room mechanic was gaining a wealth of experience by carrying out the maintenance and repairs to many types of mechanical equipment within a marine engineering environment. Then, after completing a three year apprenticeship at the Royal Navy school of Engineering and with the experience already gained; it enabled me to take on the challenging roles of leading a team within an engine room propulsion section and after progressing to Chief Petty Officer Marine Engineering Technician, the running of the mechanical department within the nuclear section of a submarine.
A long and successful career within the Royal Navy has allowed me to accomplish numerous goals and successfully conquer the many challenges encountered. With an enthusiasm to overcome further challenges, along with my proven experience and ability, I feel I would make a significant contribution to any company's team of engineers.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
1996 – 2008 Royal Navy – Mechanical Engineering Technician
2005 – 2008 Senior Vibration Analyst for the Royal Navy Machinery Vibration & Condition Monitoring Assessment Team
Responsible for the accurate collection of machinery data from the Royal Navy’s ships and submarines on equipment such as Gas & Steam Turbines, Gearboxes and many other types of rotational machinery, with the subsequent analysis and diagnosis of results.
Producing, in depth detailed technical reports, resulting in objective recommendations and assessments to advise Ministry of Defence and Civilian authorities of equipment electro-mechanical health concerns to ISO 9001:2000 Standards reducing machinery downtime and repair costs.
Deputy Team Leader. Responsible for the organisation of all computer database history and maintaining the continuous training of other members within the team. .
2002 – 2005 Nuclear Submarine – Nuclear Mechanical Department
Led a team of highly skilled technicians in the continuous and safe operation of a Nuclear Submarine Reactor Plant and associated support systems including;
Steam Generators and associated systems,
High Pressure Feed Water Pumps and systems,
Steam Generator and Feed Water Level Control systems,
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Operating Valves and systems.
Ensuring maintenance plans, defect diagnosis and rectification to the Reactor Plant and systems were all completed under strict time constraints within rigid safety regimes to reduce the risk to the public, personnel and the environment. .
Responsible: for the Chemistry control of Water systems, enabling preventative corrosion measures within associated equipment and pipe work.
2000 - 2002 Royal Navy (Advanced) Fire Fighting Instructor
Responsible for the delivery and assessment of marine fire fighting, including search and rescue up to advanced level to Royal Navy, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, Foreign Naval crewmen to both senior management and junior level. A high profile position delivering a world-class product, by drawing on many years of experience and using sound interpersonal skills, to develop individuals and teams to a pre-defined standard.
1998 – 2000 Nuclear Submarine – Propulsion Mechanical Department
Led a team of technicians and mechanics, responsible for all aspects of maintenance, defect diagnosis and rectification to the Steam propulsion system including;
Steam Turbines, Turbo Generators, Main and auxiliary steam systems,
Condensers and Evaporators,
Gearbox and Drive Train,
Oil lubricating pumps and systems,
Fire fighting systems,
Air Compressors and systems,
Air Conditioning plants, Bilge systems and Water production.
Responsible: for the organisation and correct implementation of the condition monitoring regime and the progressive training of Mechanics.
1996 – 1998 Royal Navy –Marine Engineering School –Apprenticeship
1986 – 1996 Worked within a team of engineers and technicians in numerous maintenance and defect rectification roles.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
2008 CITB Registered - Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
2006 City & Guilds-Vibration Analysis II
2005 City & Guilds-E monitor Odyssey (Vibration Analysis software tool)
2005 City & Guilds-Vibration Analysis I
2002 City & Guilds-Refrigerant Charging & Safe Handling
2002 City & Guilds-Advanced Internal Combustion Engines
1998 City & Guilds-Electro-Mechanical Craft Skills
1998 BTEC National Diploma (OND)-Engineering
1991 City & Guilds-Auxiliary Plant Operators
1987 City & Guilds- Engineering Craft
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Microsoft Office Word,Excel,Powerpoint 1997-2003 & 2007
Odyssey-Condition Monitoring and Vibration Analysis Software Tool
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
2008 RYA- Power Boat Level I & II Certificate
2007 RYA- Day Skipper Shore based Certificate
2007 RYA- GMDSS Short Range VHF Radio Licence
2007 RYA- Sailing Level I & II Certificate
2007 RYA- Competent Crew Certificate
2007 RYA- First Aid Certificate
2002 Workplace Risk Assessors Course
2001 Senior Management & Leadership 4-Week Course (NVQ 4)
2000 NBCD 35 Advanced Fire Fighting & Damage Control Course (Instructor Level)
2000 IMC2 Instructional Methods Course (NVQ 2)
2000 Unit Ticket (Technical Promotion Ticket)
1998 Abrasive Wheel Maintainer
1987 Nuclear Propulsion Course
1986 NBCD Basic Sea Safety Course
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
• Experienced Mechanical Engineering Technician
• Experienced Vibration Analyst
• Management & Leadership Skills
• Good Communicator
• Highly Motivated
• Team Player