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AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Critical Thinking
- Secret Security Clearance
- Quick Learner
- Disaster Preparedness
- Water Treatment Operations
- Teamwork Oriented
- Quality Assurance Training
- Diesel Engine and Diesel Generator Components Knowledge
- CPR Certified
- Leading Individuals
Engineman, United States Navy | 2011 - Present
- Performed as a fire team member during situational training exercises and all battle drills such as fires, flooding, toxic gas leaks, car attacks and explosions.
- Assisted on repairs to 11 leaking fuel injectors on two ship service generators, which led to a score of 99.8% on a yearly routine inspection.
- Inspect motors, belts, pumps, diesel engines and diesel generators.
- Accurately performed 64 valve lash checks, eight web deflections and two crankshaft thrust inspections on four colt pielstick 16v cylinder diesel engines.
- Responsible for monitoring water treatment systems such as reverse osmosis, as well as lube oil purifiers, diesel engines, diesel generators and air compressors.
- Referenced technical manuals for repairs.
- Referenced blueprints when aligning and starting systems such as diesel engines, diesel generators, air compressors and water treatment systems such as reverse osmosis.
- Conducted preventive and corrective maintenance on pumps, air compressors, valves, reverse osmosis, diesel engines and diesel generators.
- Assisted with repairs to the number four fuel injection pump leak on one diesel engine; resulted in engine being restored in less than six hours.
- Adhere to all safety protocols and safe work practices to reduce likelihood of injury.
- Completed safety training programs for hearing conservation, heat stress and sight conservation.
- Responsible for tagging out equipment before performing maintenance.
- Responsible for recording normal and abnormal readings on daily log sheets.