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Navy Nuclear Submarine Officer Pursuing a Master's in Engineering Systems Management
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Master of Science, Engineering Systems Management | In Progress
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Bachelor of Science, Nuclear Engineering | 2010
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
United States Navy | 2010 - Present
Naval Science Instructor Naval ROTC | 2015 - Present
College Station, TX
- Responsible for operations and management training program for all systems engineering, including training, mentoring, and counseling cadets and students in the practical application of leadership and skills.
- Concentration of studies include leadership opportunities based on realistic scenarios to assess risk, make ethical decisions, apply critical thinking and management skills, and provide mentorship and training to subordinates to achieve the desired results.
- Teach Naval Engineering to classes of 25-30 undergraduate students, covering the application of basic engineering principles; lead a team managing applications for NROTC scholarships; and have responsibility for an annual budget of $80K.
- Maximize annual budget to include greater student training opportunities and reduce waste.
- Manage Internal Control and Command Evaluation programs by coordinating internal audits which evaluate for regulatory compliance and process improvement.
- Teach Naval Engineering, including courses in thermodynamics, hydraulics, and electrical systems.
Division Operations Manager | 2010 - 2015
USS Columbia (SSN-771), Pearl Harbor, HI
- Responsible for planning, execution, and validation testing of all engineering maintenance throughout dry dock.
- As the Chemistry and Radiological Controls Assistant, was responsible for seven Engineering Laboratory Technicians, reactor and steam plant chemistry, radiological maintenance procedures, radioactive material, personnel exposure controls, and a rigorous audit/surveillance program.
- Managed planning and execution of all nuclear reactor testing and operational readiness.
- As the Main Propulsion Assistant, responsible for 10 personnel maintaining preventative and corrective schedules on steam and reactor plant systems, maintenance program, and carbon steel inspection program.
- As Communications Officer for more than one year, responsible for eight radiomen, ensuring uninterrupted communication between the submarine and land based assets.
- Ensured standards compliance and 100% communications connectivity under extreme conditions.
- Led diverse teams toward the accomplishment of a wide variety of tasks, at sea and in port.
- Managed the accountability and proper handling of over 500 items of cryptographic material at various classification levels.