Summary

I am a dedicated and professional individual with the ambition to succeed in any given environment. I have extensive experience in leading personnel and working as a team to accomplish any task that arises in the maintenance shop or on a project site.  When I work by myself I am a self starter with a lot of initiative, and takes pride in the work that I do. I love to learn , and am seeking a position where I can develop and excel while giving my best to an employer.

Work History

Work History
Jan 1989 - Present

Maintanence Supervisor

U.S. Navy Seabees

Maintains, repairs, and overhauls automotive, construction, and material-handling equipment; keeps equipment maintenance records; prepares requisitions and reports; trains and supervises subordinates in maintenance and repair procedures and techniques. Works from shop drawings, specifications, and repair and parts manuals.

Performs preventive maintenance; operates equipment during test procedures; repairs braking systems; tests and repairs electrical systems, diesel and gas engines, fuel systems, power trains, track systems,

hydraulics/pneumatics, and chassis. Prepares time sheets, material distribution records, equipment historical files, and parts and material requisitions; performs engine diagnosis and corrects problems through subassembly repair or replacement; repairs and adjusts steering system; performs minor body repairs and painting; performs gas welding, cutting, and brazing; operates construction, automotive, and material-handling equipment during diagnosis and testing; rebuilds components; trains subordinates. Prepares work progress reports and provides material usage data; conducts personnel readiness capability program interviews.

Prepares vehicle and equipment inspection reports; implements training for crews; overhauls internal

combustion engines; diagnoses engine malfunctions and repairs power train units (except torque converter power shift and automatic transmission); troubleshoots hydraulic, air, and vacuum braking systems.

Supervises personnel repairing automotive, construction, and material-handling equipment; performs diagnosis and repair of standard and electronic ignition systems using test equipment; organizes work assignments for team and crew leaders; prepares equipment, manpower, and material estimates from drawings and specifications; uses principles of scheduling; repairs/replaces fuel and combustion emission control components.

Directs maintenance shops; administers accident prevention program; coordinates the assignment of tasks to department and unit personnel; provides technical advice and assistance; implements maintenance and cost control program; organizes and controls the use of equipment and material.

Directly supervises 64 Mechanics and Equipment Operators.

Budget size responsible for is $104,000 annually.

Education

Education
Oct 1992 - Present

Certified

Quintilian Institute

Repairs locks, changes lock combinations, opens doors and safe locks, and makes new or duplicate keys.

Takes apart padlocks, door and safe locks, and other types of locks using various handtools including

screwdrivers, cold chisels, and hammers.

Repairs or replaces tumblers, springs, and other parts. Opens door locks for which there are no keys. Opens safe locks by manipulating dial and listening to sound of tumblers or by drilling.

Sep 2004 - Present

Navy College Office

Criminal Justice clep test.

Oct 1997 - Dec 1997

Univ of Maryland College Europe

American Government

Jun 1997 - Jul 1997

Univ of Maryland College Europe

Italian language

Sep 1984 - Jun 1988

Diploma

North Carroll High School

General education and Electrical Construction for Vo-tech

Skills

Skills

Computer Skills

Able to use all types of computer programs.

HAZMAT Enviromental Compliance Officer

Manages the HAZMAT program for the Command.

Basic Air Cargo Handling

Basic Shipboard Cargo Handling

Certifications

Certifications
Oct 1992 - Present

Certified Locksmith

Quintilian Institute

Top Secret

Military