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CV Military Sealift Command / US Navy Deck Officer, Marine Watch Officer USNS Kilauea, USNS Flint

Military Sealift Command / US Navy Deck Officer, Marine Watch Officer USNS Kilauea, USNS Flint

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CV/Resume ID no.: 94982

Location (Residence): Drums, United States
Citizenship: United States
  Native: English United States
  Other: None
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
  No Degree

Years of Experience: 13 years
Authorized to work in:
   United States
Present Location:
   USA, New York
   Anywhere (International)
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Operations Deck Officer Experienced 23 years
Marine (Ship) Officer Experienced 23 years
CV/Resume Details
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

In the interest of investigating new career opportunities with your company I am enclosing my resume for your consideration and review. During the course of the last 28 years, my experience in the United States Navy, Maritime industry, and various shore based facilities has provided me with the knowledge and expertise to become a great asset for your company. I am capable of working independently or as a member of a team, and feel confident in my ability to provide quality performance in any assignment that I undertake.
The resume is merely a brief review of my experience; during a personal interview we could further discuss my qualifications. I am very much interested in joining your company and look forward to your reply.

2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]


Extensive and diversified maritime experience while working as a Merchant Marine Deck Officer for Military Sealift Command, and Mate for Moran Towing of Pennsylvania. Excellent interpersonal skills. Gained reputation for honesty and placed in a position of trust reporting directly to Ship's Captain. Known for getting the job done safely and on time.

· Served as Sonar Technician aboard USS KIRK FF-1087 and USS STERETT CG-31


· 1996-2000 Responsible for Explosive Cargo Handling Team while loading and discharging both containerized and palletized ordnance ensuring the cargo was compatible and safely stowed aboard the ships holds. Supervised Rig Teams conducting connected Underway Replenishment with United States Naval Warships during Battle Group Operations.
· 2001 -2006 As 3rd Officer aboard Fleet tugs, Naval Combat Fast Stores Supply ships, Naval Tanker ship's and Naval Ammunition ship's ensured that the Standing Order's, Master's Order's, Captain's Night Order's and all Coast Guard regulations are carried out in a safe and efficient manner.


. Chart Corrections
· Chemical, Biological, Nuclear Defense Officer aboard all vessels served
from 2001-2005. Responsible for training all personnel for quick response and defense in the event of a CBRD incident.

· Briefing Ship's Captain and Navigation Detail prior to entering and exiting port.

· Landing Signal Officer. Signal and direct Helicopter's during Flight operations supervising launch and recovery and vertical cargo operations.
Lifeboat Commander

Officer in Charge of Repair Team. Supervise and train personnel in Shipboard fire fighting and damage control procedures.
. Primary Safety observer during all shipboard Cargo evolutions in port and at sea.


STCW 95- Officer in charge of navigational watch (Second Mate)
Valid for service on vessels operating in the Global Maritime Distress & Safety System (GMDSS)


Advanced Shipboard Firefighting, HELO Firefighting, Shipboard DAMAGE CONTROL, CPR ,AED, Basic First Aid, First Responder Certified. GMDSS, BRM, Basic Safety, Radar

SUMMARY: In general; I have participated in the loading, off loading, load adjust, and have overseen the transfer both inport and at sea of tens of thousands of pallets of bombs, missiles, small arms, and all different types of Ordnance aboard the USNS Kilauea, USNS Flint, USNS KISKA, and USNS SHASTA ensuring all Cargo was moved in a Safe and Efficient manner without incident, keeping a careful eye on Stability, Compatibility, and a sharp lookout to prevent overstowage.


As a Watch Officer aboard various MSC vessels from August 2001-March 2006, and a Mate aboard Moran harbor tugs from September 2008-April 2009 I have accumulated a comprehensive knowledge of navigation equipment operating modes, characteristics, capabilities, and limitations which includes ensuring all equipment is functioning properly, and recognizing navigational instrumentation errors.
Before assuming the watch I perform a detailed checklist ensuring all Radar's are aligned and in the proper range scale in accordance with safe navigation practice. I ensure that the AIS, GMDSS suite, ECDIS, Course recorder, VHF radio's, Fathometer, Navtex, GPS systems ore on line. I read the Master's Standing/Night order's and ensure they are being implemented. I ensure all visual and radar contacts are duly noted and CPA's are known. I ensure that all charts in use are corrected to the latest Notice to Mariners. While on watch I get an Azimuth at the first opportunity to check for Ship's Gyro Error. I make sure that all meteorological information including additional reports during heavy weather is collected in a timely, accurate, and completely through manner. I ensure the safe transit of the vessel with a deep understanding of the Rules of the Road and when to apply them.

3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]

1980 Graduate Norristown Area High School
1986 Graduate United States Navy Sonar Technician Class "A" School.
1989 Graduate United States Navy Lofargramanalyst school.
1992 Graduate United States Air Force Law Enforcement / United States Navy Security Guard school.
1996 California Maritime Academy Explosive Ordnance Handling Certificate.
1998 Advanced Explosive Ordnance Handling Certificate
1998 Shipboard Magazine Sprinkler Certificate
1999 Shipboard Fire Fighting & Damage Control Certificate
1999 Helicopter Fire Fighting
1999 Standard Replenishment at Sea Method (STREAM) Certificate
2000 Crawford Nautical School USCG Third Mate Any Gross Tonnage Upon Oceans License
2000 Basic Fire Fighting and Survival at Sea STCW 95
2000 Advanced Fire Fighting
2000 Flashing Light
2000 Bridge Resource Management Certificate
2000 Radar Observer Unlimited
2001 California Maritime Academy ARPA
2002 Helicopter Landing Signalman Certificate
2002 Pacific Maritime Institute GMDSS Certificate
2005 Basic Fire Fighting and Survival at Sea Training (renewal)
2005 Radar (renewal)
2005 Small Arms Training
2008 Flashing Light

4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Ability to implement and support PC applications such as word processors, spreadsheets, database management systems, e-mail and other desktop applications. I can evaluate, install and support PCs and various printers, graphics and storage peripherals, and potentially trains new users. I can troubleshot hardware to the board level
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Commercial Truck driver with HAZMAT and TANKER truck endorsements.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]


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Military Sealift Command / US Navy Deck Officer, Marine Watch Officer USNS Kilauea, USNS Flint
CV/Resume ID no.: 94982

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