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Posted by Leopold Salato on February 08, 2011 at 10:25:02:
2308 200th Ave KPS
PO Box 8
Lakebay, Washington 98349
Phone: (253) 884-3099 Cell: (253) 961-5014
OBJECTIVE: To obtain a position as Boiler Operator/HVAC Technician/Facilities/Utilities Maintenance
HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS:
-Over twenty years experience as a Boiler Technician
-Over five years as a Building Operating Engineer
-HVAC Technician Type 1 Certification
-Steam Engineer Grade 1 License for the City of Seattle, WA.
-Refrigeration Plant Operators A License for the City of Seattle, WA.
-Knowledgeable in Direct Digital Controls and Powers Programmable Control Language
-Class A CDL License
-Over twenty years experience as a steam power plant supervisor, operator, and maintenance technician in the U.S.Navy.
-Over two years experience as a building operating engineer for the City of Seattle, WA.
-Six years experience in utility plant operations for the Washington State Dept.of Corrections.
-Established and maintained operational/maintenance history documentation for main propulsion boilers, steam propulsion turbines, industrial air conditioning/refrigeration plants and associated support systems and equipment.
-Organized, scheduled and performed preventive and corrective maintenance on 400, 600, and 1200 psi power boilers as well as 800 bhp water and fire tube civilian boilers.
-Operated and maintained heating ventilation and air conditioning systems in 12 buildings on a 78 acre campus.
-Over two years experience in the Installation, Operation, and Maintenance of Siemens Automated Building controls components working with both Insight and Apogee Systems.
-Over two years experience in low voltage electrical installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair.
MILITARY: MANAGEMENT, MAINTENANCE and TRAINING:
-Awarded two NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDALS for outstanding performance while training and supervising over 100 propulsion plant and auxiliary personnel as Engineering Officer of the watch and fire room supervisor.
-Obtained a 97% graduation rate while assigned as a Navy Instructor at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes,Illinois.
-Completed 3 years as an instructor for the Navy on topics ranging from steam plant operations to Naval customs and traditions.
- Instructed and supervised over 200 personnel in plant watch standing, emergency/casualty response and fire fighting tactics.
Power Plant Supervisor, overseen all preventive maintenance, repairs and training of two 1200 psi Combustion Engineering boilers and associated equipment. Was selected to supervise and train a 36 personnel Division in all areas of operating, maintaining, and repairing marine boilers.
MILITARY: MANAGEMENT, MAINTENANCE AND TRAINING (cont.)
Knowledgeable at the identification of plant/equipment abnormalities by analyzing parameters, vibration and testing control systems.
It was through my Level of knowledge of US Navy Machinery and electrical configuration that I was able to identify and correct inefficient plant operations which resulted in the lowest fuel consumption of any ship in its class. Saving in excess of 100,000 dollars during a major deployment.
Training and management of the shipboard engineering department maintained a 90% qualification level, (fleet average 65%). This resulted in an Engineering department "Safe to Operate" certification prior to the scheduled date. This saved $50,000 in training funds. This also increased not only the level of knowledge of the watch teams', but also the overall material condition of readiness of the propulsion plant.
Applying my level of knowledge of Navy Ship repair and modernization and my level of Knowledge of Advance planning/planning process, I implemented a ships material self sufficient program which saved $100,000 annually on a $2.5 million annual budget.
Further applied my level of knowledge in US Navy Ships machinery, mechanical systems conducting depot level repairs to 2 main feed pumps 72 hours prior to a major deployment resulting in a savings of over $200,000 dollars contract cost. The ship deployed on time meeting its major commitment.
Engineering training team leader (ETT) Applied my communication skills both written, oral developed and implemented a Training/Evaluation Program for 10 Senior Technicians. This program was used to assess the equipment operating requirements and personnel knowledge levels of over 65 shipboard engineering personnel.
December 1974 - December 1979 US Navy
January 1979 - September 1981 Ace Paving Company
September 1981 - July 1997 US Navy
January 1998 - June 2004 Dept. of Corrections, State of Wa.
January 2005 – July 2007 City of Seattle
July 2007 – March 2008 Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
March 2008 – August 2010 Port of Seattle
October 2010 – Present Swift Transportation
Swift Transportation (CDL License) Sumner,Wa 2010
Bates Technical College Tacoma, Wa. 1997
HVAC Technician Type 1 Certification Bremerton, Wa 1994 Navy Instructor School Chicago Ill. 1989 1200 psi Boiler Maintenance San Diego, Ca. 1987
Navy Leadership Development San Diego, Ca. 1987 Boiler Water/Feed Water Test and Treatment San Diego, Ca. 1983
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