LICENSED 3RD ASSISTANT ENGINEER OF MOTOR, STEAM, & GAS TURBINE ANY HORSEPOWER Exceptionally creative and resourceful engineer who places an emphasis on departmental safety. Technical skill set combines advantageously with high work ethic. Capacity to adapt to the demands of diverse and challenging situations. Ability to monitor multiple tasks simultaneously. Cited by peers and employees for good-natured, cooperative outlook, willingness to work hard, and ability to promote enthusiasm to complete quality results. Committed to continual professional development, motivated to advance career and establish a mutually beneficial relationship with employer.
PROFESSIONAL STRENGTHS Maintenance Management Safety Procedures CAT Engine Maintenance Air Compressor Maintenance AC System Maintenance EVAP (Water Maker) Operation Shipboard Plumbing Lock Out Tag Out Procedure Hydraulic Winch Operations
DESIRABLE TRAITS Results Focused Respectful & Follows Direction Active Listener Team Player Complex Problem Solver Knowledge Seeker Dedicated & Dependable High Work Ethic Self-Driven & Motivated Accepts Feedback
Merchant Mariners Credential United States Passport USCG Medical Certificate Driver’s License TWIC
NS5 Maintenance Program PC Operating Systems Microsoft Word & Excel Email & Internet Proficient
QMED | SCRIPPS INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY – ‘Roger Revelle’, Research Vessel Jun 2018 – Sep 2018 Cadet | MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND - USNS ‘Mercy’, Hospital Ship May 2016 – Jul 2016 Drivers Helper| PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUPS - Delivery (Summer Employment) May 2015 – Aug 2017
Bachelor of Science Marine Engineering Operations MAINE MARITIME ACADEMY Completed May 2018 High School Diploma GARDINER AREA HIGH SCHOOL Completed June 2014 LICENSE, ENDORSEMENTS & CERTIFICATION
Third Assistant Engineer (Motor, Steam & Gas Turbine) OICEW, RFPEW, PSC EPA Universal License Gas Turbines Vessel Security VPSD MSC Small Arms Certification Lifeboatman Training Advanced Firefighting First Aid / CPR Basic Training KEY COMPETENCIES
HEALTH & SAFETY COMPETENCIES DEMONSTRATED BY: Maintaining safety awareness at all times. Ensuring knowledge and understanding of company safety policies and procedures. Utilizing relevant and correct PPE as per company requirements and industry standards. Complying with safe operation procedures including reporting faulty equipment and machinery for repair, replacement or removal. INTERPERSONAL SKILLS DEMONSTRATED BY: Actively listening by giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, and asking questions as appropriate Speaking clearly and talking to others to convey information effectively. Ability to read and comprehend technical language in work related documents. Dealing with difficult situations with tact and diplomacy. SELF-MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS DEMONSTRATED BY: Effectively managing time to achieve specific goals. Ability to work independently with little or no supervision using initiative. Cooperating and remaining pleasant with others, actively encouraging teamwork. Being attentive to detail, ensuring care is taken to complete work tasks. Maintaining dependability, reliability and fulfilling obligations. Managing, motivating, directing and assisting crewmembers as they work. 9 Bridge Street, Bucksport ME 04416 Jfirstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 207 458 6667 CAREER NARRATIVE
QMED | SCRIPPS INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY Jun 2018 – Sep 2018 ‘Roger Revelle’ - 3,180 ton, 273’ diesel electric research vessel. 2 x 3,000 HP motors, 1,180 HP bow thruster Successfully undertook role as QMED aboard vessel. Work ethic and skills were acknowledged by Chief Engineer who gave recommendation for advancement to third engineer role. Key Contributions: Undertook engine room rounds and reported any anomalies to the engineer on watch. Performed maintenance in accordance with NS5 maintenance program. Logged running hours of engine room equipment. Undertook maintenance on CAT engines, sewage system, AC Plant and general pump maintenance. Operation of various hydraulic winches aboard Undertook ballast operations, bilge pumping and sewage discharge as required. Participated in weekly fire and abandon ship drills. Participated in safety meetings prior to engine room repair or maintenance work. Actively engaged with senior engineers to gain knowledge.
Cadet | MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND May 2016 – Jul 2016 USNS ‘Mercy’ - hospital ship, steam powered Invaluable knowledge and technical skills gained whilst working as a cadet. Used initiative to assist vessel engineers. Key Contributions: Worked collaboratively with Chief and Third Engineers. Assisted in completing corrective and preventative maintenance. Undertook Third Engineer responsibilities and duties while on watch. Implemented safety policy and procedures.
Drivers Helper| PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUPS (TRI-STATE STAFFING SOLUTIONS) May 2015 – Aug 2017 Product Delivery - Summer Employment Key Contributions: Assisted driver in product deliveries to local stores. Maintained customer relationships, communicating effectively and politely. Safely utilized equipment to load and unload orders. Interacted with drivers professionally and respectfully.
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