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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
Position as a Power Plant Operator, Technician /Maintenance.
• 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).
• 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.
• 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.
• 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
• 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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