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Posted by Frank E Matthews on November 01, 2006 at 21:15:07:
FRANK E. MATTHEWS
437 Palisade Avenue, Apt. F4 Yonkers, NY 10703 MatthewsFE@aol.com (347) 564-0344
Naval Steam Propulsion Engineering School, Class A
Naval NEC Code Type C School
Licensed Boiler Inspector for New York State
Licensed Stationary Engineer for New Jersey High Pressure
National Board Commission – Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspections
Propulsion Plant Maintenance Supervisor Code 4204
Boiler Classification 1C (Blue Seal)
VETERANS ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL, Bronx, NY
Utilities System Operator January 2002 – Present
Specialize in the operation of 300 psi boilers and 1400 ton chillers. Provide assistance in emergency generator tests and operations.
CHUBB GROUP OF INSURANCE COMPANIES, New York, NY
Boiler & Machinery Loss Consultant October 2002 - Present
Perform risk evaluations for clients on boilers and machinery equipment. Provide claim investigations and visually inspect equipment to detect malfunctions. Perform external and internal inspections on high/low pressure steam and hot water boilers and pressure vessels. Provide inspection reports to assist the underwriting department with their risk evaluations.
HARTFORD STEAM BOILER, Basking Ridge, NJ
Boiler Inspector November 2000 – October 2002
Performed external and internal inspections on high/low pressure steam and hot water boilers as well as pressure vessels. Visually inspected equipment to detect malfunctions. Reported the need for repairs, adjustments and lubrications. Provided inspection information to assist the underwriting department in risk evaluations.
BASF, Princeton, NJ
Boiler Operator June 2000 - November 2000
Operated automatically fired boilers and mechanical equipment, including steam engines, air compressors, generators, motors, turbines, and steam boilers. Maintained equipment to provide utilities for the marine propulsion process. Read meters, gauges and automatic recording devices at specific intervals to verify operating conditions. Recorded temperature of equipment, hours of operation, fuel consumption, pressure, and water levels. Conducted analysis of fuel gasses, voltage load, and generator balance.
UNITED STATES NAVY
Machinist Mate November 1990 – July 2000
Progressive military training and experience in power generation. Specialized in 600 psi propulsion systems.
References furnished upon request.
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