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Navy Nuclear Electronics Technician


  • Personnel Development
  • Performance Assessment and Improvement
  • Maintenance Supervision
  • Maintenance Planning
  • Use of Computerized Maintenance Management System (SKED)
  • Quality Assurance
  • Analog and VME Bus
  • One-Line Drawings
  • Block Diagrams and Schematics
  • Supervisory and Problem-Solving Abilities Within High Tempo Environment


United States Navy | 2011 - Present

Temporary Division Assistant Coordinator / Supply Assistant | 2017 - Present
TRIDENT Training Facility

  • Work with the Maintenance Manager to screen work request packages and assign projects.
  • Write watch bills and direct work priorities of a transitory workforce.
  • Ensure personnel are on time and on task.
  • Assist the Supply Manager with receipt documentation, as well as cataloging, storage and inventory of consumables and equipment.

Reactor Technician / Reactor Operator | 2013 - 2017
USS Wyoming (SSBN-742)

Reactor Operator

  • Stood five in-section patrols assisting the Engineering Officer of the Watch in determining precise corrective actions to achieve continuity of power.
  • Performed reactor startups and shutdowns.
  • Monitored plant parameters.
  • Achieved and sustained reactor equilibrium through manipulation of control rods.
  • Performed a successful repair in response to a major casualty at sea.

Divisional Work Center Supervisor

  • Led a team of six junior personnel in accomplishing all Reactor Plant Preventative Maintenance tasks and clearing neglected maintenance items.
  • Ensured periodicity of all equipment maintenance, held 100% accountability and maintenance completion record for a robust preventative maintenance program.
  • Coordinated equipment and instrument repairs and calibrations with other departments to ensure timely and first-time accomplishment of repair and system recertification.
  • Realized above average output of work authorization and approval paperwork for Reactor Controls division through mentorship to develop proficiency and quality control of job planning documentation.
  • Qualified junior personnel through evaluation of knowledge, technique and maturity.

Engineering Department Training Petty Officer

  • Conducted ongoing training consistent with the requirements of an industrial and special weapons environment.
  • Incorporated known vulnerabilities into training and exam design.
  • Scheduled, wrote and conducted trainings to improve the knowledge and safe performance of activities by all 55 technicians and supervisory watch standers within the Engine Room.
  • Observed and graded training and drill performance.

Naval Nuclear Propulsion Pipeline Student | 2011 - 2013
Naval Nuclear Power Training Command

  • Gained an excellent working knowledge of AC and DC electrical theory, digital and microprocessor-based equipment, instrumentation and control systems, interpreting schematic diagrams, and use of test equipment.
  • Learned the fundamentals of nuclear reactor engineering, radiation technology, general chemistry and materials, hydraulic systems, thermodynamics and heat transfer.
  • Acquired the necessary knowledge of nuclear propulsion power and interrelationship of its mechanical, electrical, and reactor subsystems.
  • Applied technical classroom knowledge to the practical, safe operation of Navy nuclear power plants.


Electronics Technician Maintenance School | 2016

Prototype Training | 2013

Naval Nuclear Power School | 2012

Nuclear Field Electronics Technician "A" School | 2012