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Navy Nuclear Mechanic Pursuing a Nuclear Engineering Technology Degree


  • Preventative Maintenance Programs
  • Troubleshooting
  • Mechanical Systems
  • Water Chemistry Analysis
  • Steam Plants
  • Electrical Generation Equipment
  • Schematics, Blueprints and Technical Manuals
  • Test Equipment
  • System Integrity and Upkeep
  • Training, Scheduling, and Supervision
  • Health and Safety Compliance
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Pneumatic Systems
  • Turbine Generators
  • Hydraulic Systems
  • Reduction Gears
  • Propulsion Turbines
  • Pumps and Valves
  • Lube Oil Systems
  • Distilling Plants
  • Air Conditioning Systems
  • Radiation-Controlled Environments


United States Navy | 2004 - Present

Maintenance Manager | 2015 - Present
Bangor, WA

  • Coordinate tracking of critical maintenance requirements for multiple submarines of various classes.
  • Track, compare, and analyze data to improve quality of Machinery Division equipment.
  • Update submarine equipment to improve efficiency and longevity of equipment.
  • Act as liaison between the fleet and engineers at the Naval Sea Systems Command Center.

Lead Engineering Laboratory Technician | 2013 - 2015
Bangor, WA

  • Coordinated and supervised actions of all personnel in aspects of chemical and radiological controls.
  • Planned and executed preventative and corrective maintenance, reactor and steam plant chemical controls, radiological work oversight, and staff development; ensured the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of a nuclear power plant.
  • Planned, coordinated and supervised over 50 complex radiological maintenance evolutions with zero spread of radioactivity; maintained a safe working environment for all personnel.
  • Qualified and maintained Operator Proficiency regarding sampling, analyzing, and processing radioactive systems, steam plant and supporting systems.
  • Maintained all divisional processes including radioactive material accountability, quarterly data reports, personnel exposure records, radioactive control limits and radioactive liquid discharge log.

Engineering Laboratory Technician | 2013
Charleston, SC

  • Selected as first instructor to cross-rate as Engineering Laboratory Technician due to excellent knowledge of chemical and radiological controls.
  • Qualified and maintained Operator Proficiency regarding sampling, analyzing, and processing radioactive systems, steam plant and supporting systems.

Nuclear Power Training Instructor | 2010 - 2013
Charleston, SC

  • Performed classroom instruction, Watch Standing oversight and supervision, and student advising to Nuclear Power Training Unit (NPTU) students.
  • Personally responsible for training and mentoring 50 Officers and 250 Enlisted students during an arduous qualification process.
  • Planned, implemented and tracked goal-oriented training for over 300 staff personnel.
  • As Mechanical Liaison to the Norfolk Naval Ship Yard (NNSY), coordinated efforts between NPTU and NNSY to ensure efficient and early completion of depot-level repairs.
  • Ensured suitability and accuracy of lockout/tagout procedures.
  • Coordinated and developed accurate maintenance procedures through detailed knowledge of specific plant systems.
  • Employed Advanced Industrial Management software to plan, coordinate, and track jobs from initiation to completion.

Lead Mechanical Division Supervisor | 2006 - 2010
Norfolk, VA

  • Ensured Watch Standers complied with all aspects of reactor and steam plant operations with strict adherence to procedures and maintenance standards; guaranteed safe operations at all times.
  • As Maintenance Work Center Supervisor, planned, scheduled, and tracked the completion of all primary plant maintenance on air and hydraulic systems.
  • Implemented all corrective and preventative maintenance work packages on Nuclear Level One and sub-safe systems.
  • Ensured quality work on mission critical components with 100% accuracy.
  • Served as only qualified Reverse Osmosis Technician onboard and completed repairs to keep ship on scheduled missions.


Bachelor of Science, Nuclear Technology I Currently Enrolled
Excelsior College, Albany, NY

Operational Water Chemistry School | 2014
Bangor, WA

Engineering Laboratory Technician School | 2013
Charleston, SC

Quality Assurance Inspector Course | 2008
Norfolk, VA

Reverse Osmosis Desalination Plant System School | 2008
Norfolk, VA

Nuclear Power Prototype Training Unit | 2005
Charleston, SC

Nuclear Power School | 2005
Charleston, SC

Nuclear Field "A" School I 2004
Charleston, SC