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Power Plant Operator California


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Posted by Bradley Dillman on February 16, 2007 at 20:15:55:

Bradley D. Dillman
311 Camino De La Estrella, Perris, CA 92571, Cell (951) 966-1782, Udillman@msn.com


Objective:
Position as a Power Plant Operator, Technician /Maintenance.

Qualifications:
Government Secret Security Clearance
19 plus years of experience in power plant operation with the U.S. Navy
Superb knowledge of engineering principles and training techniques are instrumental to increasing plant readiness.
Energetic, well organized, mission-oriented and resourceful which blend well in any work group.
Possess sound supervisory and technical skills, is also a competent watchstander, capable of maintaining positive control of the machinery.
Strong troubleshooting skills, calm under pressure, is able to prioritize a myriad of tasks.
Good working knowledge of personal computers, including standard Windows XP, MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc).

Professional Experience:
Organized and Managed the Depot level repairs to shipboard Cargo fuel pumps and piping system, and the pumping of over 40 million gallons of fuel. Result: Maintain 100% system capability and without a single case of spillage.

Planned and supervised eight Navy personnel and five civilian contractors during a shipboard overhaul and R-12 to R-134a conversion of 3 air conditioning and 2 refrigeration plants. Result: Completed project within 4 weeks.

Developed and executed a comprehensive corrective and preventative maintenance plan to numerous shipboard galley, laundry and auxiliary equipment. Result: Won the prestigious CAPT EDWARD F NEY Memorial Award for food service excellence for the large ship afloat category, and saved the Navy over $6,000.

Designed and implemented an effective training program for over 45 Damage Control Workcenters on the maintenance and cleanliness of all ventilation system improving shipboard habitability and crew moral. Result: Completed 175 planned maintenance checks on ventilation systems within 2 months.


Bradley D. Dillman

Supervised and tracked the daily task of 14 personnel in the operation and maintenance of 12 fire pumps, 12 vertical package stores conveyors 40 water heaters, laundry/dry cleaning equipment and food service equipment for 7 galleys. Result: Awarded from higher authority numerous citations and personally selected to lead a Fly-away team to repair vital air conditioning and galley equipment onboard a forwarded deployed US Navy Submarine.

Other Experience:
Shop Qualification Improvement Program course of instruction in Oxygen-Nitrogen Producer Repair.
EPA certification for Processing CFC/HCFC refrigerants.
Boiler water-Feed water testing and treatment.

Education:
Associates Degree, Central Texas College, 2003
Senior Enlisted Propulsion Engineering Course, 2000
Instructor Training Course, 2000
Air conditioning and Refrigeration Course, 1989
Machinist Mate Advance Schooling, 1988

Employment History:
Sep 03-Present: Navy Operational Support Center, Moreno Valley, CA.
Oct 00-Sep 03: Afloat Training Group Pacific, San Diego, CA.
Dec 98-Jul 00 USS John C. Stennis CVN 74, San Diego, CA.
Jun 96- Dec 98: USS Cimarron AO 177, Pearl Harbor, HI.





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