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WORK LEADER

Dynamic and results-oriented professional with diverse experience in planning and developing fabrication and assembly of a wide variety of equipment, devices and solutions. Highly reliable individual with profound technical and electrical knowledge, problem analysis and problem-solving skills, able to troubleshoot issues, repair failures of equipment, and ensure maximum equipment efficiency and effectiveness. Exercises ingenuity, resourcefulness, imagination, personal initiative, and perseverance in the performance of work assignments to completion. Enthusiastic individual and an excellent communicator recognized for ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships across cross-functional teams and diverse individuals at any levels.

Core Competencies
Operations Management • Risk Management • Equipment Repair & Maintenance • Needs Assessment
Scheduling & Time Management • Troubleshooting • Safety, Health and Environmental Regulations Compliance

CAREER SKILLS & HIGHLIGHTS

• Highly experienced in facilitating the completion of project requirements through appropriate planning, communication, and project tracking with other organizations, customers, suppliers and management.
• Possess thorough knowledge of load bearing capabilities of equipment.
• Proficient in the operation of cranes, hoists, forklifts, hand trucks, as well as handle heavy material and equipment working in adverse conditions.
• Skilled in the use of math, physics, and geometry principles needed to achieve precision work.
• Demonstrated advance knowledge of the physical properties of metals such as honey comb, magnesium, alloy, and aluminium to determine the curves and angles in the work area.
• Adept in using compasses, measuring devices, dial indicators, callipers, punches, power brakes, power rollers, shapers, spot welders, hammers, wrenches, sockets, and screw drivers, as well as other tools of the trade.
• Proficient in utilizing Lean Manufacturing techniques.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, VA 01/2006 – Present

Rapid Prototype Lab Team Member, 06/2012 – Present
Support waterfront mechanic and assist in building prototype parts and machines, and in the development of working prototypes for solutions to support shipyard performance improvements. Plan, develop, fabricate and assemble a wide variety of equipment, devices and solutions for employee innovation.
• Operate machinery and 3-dimensional equipment to make wood, plastic, metal, and assemblies.
• Operate shop equipment and perform riveting, drilling, tapping, sawing, shaping, bending, punching, cutting, trimming, filing, de-burring, joining, and connecting.
• Collaborate with labor, engineering, tooling, and production departments to solve developmental problems.
• Act as a performance improvement proponent; develop rapid, conceptual prototypes and hardware in support of Lean / LO manufacturing initiatives and customer requests.
• Document and maintain information on processes, process improvements, and project information within existing Rapid Prototype Lab information systems.

Sheet Metal Mechanic, 01/2006 – 05/2012
Fabricated, installed, repaired, and maintained metal parts, items, and assembles for naval ships, submarines, and surface crafts. Maintained and repaired shipboard ventilations systems, including modification and installation of heads, housing partitions, furnishings, galley equipment, ventilation lockers, doors, furniture, and small repair work; and berthing compartments.
• Managed two workers including journeyman mechanics and apprentices in the installation of sound cell screen for ships silencing and bitration.
• Calculated measurements required to cut, bend and form metal components to their precise shapes and fasten them into finished product.
• Analyzed, interpreted, and executed information from study plans, TGIs, U&R phases, simple sketches, specifications, blueprints, schematics, and complex drawings.

Moon Engineering, Portsmouth, VA 12/1998 – 01/2006
Sheet Metal Mechanic
Performed maintenance and repair of naval surface crafts and civilian ships. Supervised and trained 8 to 10 junior mechanics to ensure jobs were completed safely, within budget, and in compliance with quality metrics. Collaborated with ship engineers, personnel, and top line supervisors to facilitate repair and energy saving renovations to existing ships.
• Manufactured and installed ventilation berthing, compartments, heads, galleys, furniture, doors, windows, metal joyner bulkheads, and all structural repairs to boilers.
• Utilized spot, arc welding, riveting, seaming, tacking, soldering, crimping, and bolting in operating a variety of metals and materials.
• Handled measurements, cutting, bending, and forming of metal components to precise shapes and finished product.
• Effectively completed projects, working from instructions, study plans, specifications, blueprints and personal templates to determine the proper type and amount of materials or metal needed to complete the job.
• Completed company sponsored training programs, workshops, and classroom sessions in accordance with MECs safety and environmental manual and OSHA compliance.
• Authorized and qualified to operate forklift, hand truck sit down counter balance, serial lifts boom and scissor models.
• Trained and certified for Adult CPR and Standard First Aid.

OTHER RELEVANT EXPERIENCES

Armark Corporation, Norfolk, VA 09/1984 – 06/1988
Mechanic

Naval Air Rework Facility, Norfolk, VA 05/1977 – 06/1984
Aviation Mechanic / Metalizing Equipment Operator (Flame Spray Department)

United States Marine Corps 03/1973 – 03/1975
Marine

EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS

High School Diploma (GED)
Clarkston High School – Clarkston, MI

CERTIFICATIONS
Qualified to operate forklift, hand truck sit down counter balance, serial lifts boom and scissor models
Adult CPR
Standard First Aid

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
D Mapp Coordinator; United Hunt Club
Sergeant at Arms; American Legion Post 60
Union Steward; Local 1224

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