CV EX Royal Navy Leading Engineering Technician (Marine Enineer) of 12+ years
EX Royal Navy Leading Engineering Technician (Marine Enineer) of 12+ years
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Location (Residence): Portsmouth, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
High School in Eng, CDT, Maths, Double Science Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular) Present Location: United Kingdom, Portsmouth Relocation: UK (in particular)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
A highly motivated person who has a mechanical/electrical background, with over twelve years engineering knowledge within the Royal Navy. A problem solver, experienced in using initiative to achieve results in demanding and stressful conditions within a disciplined environment. Focused, conscientious and quick to learn, with good organisational and people management skills. Well developed interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to motivate and lead teams to a high standard.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
• Supervised and carried out routine maintenance, watchkeeping, defect rectification and fault diagnostics on a wide range of marine engineering equipment including Air-conditioning & Refrigeration, Gas turbines, Diesel and Petrol engines, Electrical generation & Switch gear, Fuel/ oil/ water/ hydraulic and high pressure air systems and electronic control and surveillance equipment.
• Carried out equipment re-commissioning tests vital to marine engineering and electrical equipment onboard naval ships.
• Managed, embarked, disembarked, and kept records of bulk fuel usage of the ship and aircraft for the ships operational requirements. Working and liaising closely with local and foreign contractors.
• Successfully managed teams of up to 14 junior staff on warships and in shore establishments.
• Controlled and led fire fighting, Damage control, and Disaster relief teams, adapting to various situations under pressure and often at very short notice.
• Supervised training and development of junior staff, relating to engineering equipment, machinery and naval fire fighting, many of whom have gained high grades and great confidence of senior staff.
• Controlled Health and Safety and COSHH issues and documentations, and ensured junior staff followed the correct safe procedures in completing tasks, also including permit to work admin.
• Reported defects, ordered parts and ensuring repairs were completed by contractors and staff for relevant contracted or reported work, within the operational requirements of the ship.
• Wrote an annual assessment on junior staff under my care, with personal development aims to achieve better understandings of work related subjects.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Trained to an NVQ level 3 standard, in Engineering Maintenance (Mechanical and Electrical)
ILM – Certificate in Management.
City and Guilds – Electrical and Electronic craft studies (part 2)
6 months continuation training in engineering at the Royal Naval School for Marine and Air engineering.
Maritime and Coastguard Agency – Advanced Fire Fighting.
BTEC – Trained and Studied in Sports Science (1.5 years completed)
GCSE – Passes in Maths, English, English Literature, Science, CDT – Craft Design Technology, Humanities (Religious, Geography, and History studies).
Trained in Breathing Apparatus Maintenance for EEBD, BASCA, DASCA, and ELSA
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
IT literate with experience in MS office / Windows 2000 & XL PPT / Excel / Word. With the proven ability to learn and adopt new packages quickly.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
Any courses needed to qualify myself for work related aspects; I have a small resettlement fund which could subsidise costs of the courses needed to advance my knowledge and skills further.