Electrical Systems Technician

Resume posted by lualhatirubio in Other.
Desired salary: $50,000.00
Desired position type: Full-Time.
Location: San Diego California, United States

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Summary

Top-performing and multi-faceted professional, known for expertise in diversified fields, encompassing teaching and instruction, electrical maintenance and repair, client relations, and workplace management. Strategic professional, adept at formulating plans to determine problems, resolve issues, and improve processes. Forward-thinking leader, with proven ability to manage operations and coach professionals toward attainment of organizational goals. Effective communicator and collaborator, with the ability to establish rapport with various individuals. Proficient with Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, and Access).

Skills

  • Console Maintenance
  • Electrical Motor Rewinder
  • Minehunting Technician
  • Console Maintenance
  • Fireman

Education

Recent Trainings and Courses
2015
Code of Conduct Survival Evasion Resistance and Escape
2014
Emergency Preparedness Response Course
2013
Casualty Assist Calls Officer (CACO) | Emergency Preparedness Response (EPRC) – Operator Course
2011
Bystander Intervention Train the Trainer (Basic)
Coaching Tips for (IDC) Workspace Trainer Qualification Program
Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) – Basic Instructor – Automated Electronic Classroom (AEC)
ATFP Level I Awareness Training for Service Members (CONUS) | Individual – Managing Your Risk
2010
ATFP Level I Awareness Training for Service Members (CONUS) | The Basic Steam Cycle
Intro to the Stress Response Continuum and Suicide Awareness

2006
FY07 General Mil Training Unit 1.1 Personal Financial Management
DD963 Electrical Component Maintenance Technician Air
FY07 General Military Training Unit 1.3 Operations Security
FY07 General Military Training Unit 1.1 Operation Risk Management
Hertz Frequency Converter (Air Cooled) System Maintenance
Leading Petty Officer Leadership Course
The Personal Approach in Delegation | Business Ethics
A Managers Primer for Ensuring Accountability | The Leaders as a Model
The Negotiation Process | Leading Through Change | Effective Team-Building Strategies
Revving Up Your High-Performance Project Team | Project Team Communication Skills
Dynamic Decision Making | Establish and Maintain Authority
Basic Presentation Structure | Teamwork and Emotional Intelligence
Decision Making and Problem Solving Fundamentals | Problem Solving and Decision Making in Groups
Damage Control Petty Officer | Dc Circuits
Introduction to Electricity | Basic Shipboard Electrical Equipment

Experience

United States Navy
Leading Chief Petty Officer, Ship Board Damage Control Sep 2016–Present
Operational Leadership
Direct 68 damage control staff in executing daily prevention; damage control operation and maintenance; ship stability; firefighting and prevention; and chemical, biological and radiological (CBR) warfare defense initiatives
Conduct staff training and development activities
Strategic Planning and Process Optimization
Take charge of planning and implementing divisional and departmental functions
Discuss daily work requirements and manage departmental work schedules
Hold responsibility in monitoring assets, policies, and programs
Staff Supervision and Support
Guide subordinates and render support to the division officer regarding the development of policies
Serve as the liaison between the department and contractors

Leading Chief Petty Officer, Electrical Division Feb 2015–Sep 2016
Operational Leadership
Spearheaded the overall operations of 50 electricians within four work centers regarding planning, training, operation, and maintenance of all shipboard power and lighting circuits
Strategic Planning and Process Optimization
Led the planning and execution of all electrical installations including 440v/115v circuits, power distribution, and lighting circuits
Demonstrated first-rate performance in carrying out various functions, such as
Coordination of repair scheduling and planning;
Installation of new wiring and removal of old wiring;
Oversight of prevention and corrective maintenance processes;
Administration of quality assurance and inspection initiatives; and
Interpretation of electrical sketches, diagrams, and blueprints

Leading Chief Petty Officer, Navy Barracks | Facilities Manager Sep 2013–Feb 2015
Operations Management | Program Administration
Administered 26 personnel in 1,200-bed barracks providing support to more than 2,400 sailors
Assumed full accountability in assigning and monitoring rooms; handling inspection and inventory activities; maintaining occupancy and cleanliness; and managing maintenance operations; and scheduling services
Managed the planning and execution of building maintenance and renovations
Customer Service
Provided top-notch services to customers, by attending and resolving complaints
Collaborated with internal and external agencies in to render effective services to customers
Personnel Support
Functioned as the main point of contact between the department and the primary contractor
Handled the planning and supervision of services rendered by accountable staff in front desk operations and housekeeping services
Led staff training programs aimed to surpass Navy Medicine Training Supper Center standards

Leading Chief Petty Officer, Navy Military Training Instructor (NMTI) Aug 2011–Sep 2013
Operations Management | Process Improvement
Managed 28 staff in providing oversight to 4,200 students through indoc, training, and medical processing
Improved processes through effective workforce management and resource allocation
Rendered expert management to the following initiatives;
Full operations administration;
Orientation and training activities;
Specialized function coordination; and
Policy development
Maintained a centralized management of all student personnel

Instructor Nov 2009–Aug 2011
Teaching and Instruction | Educational Planning and Delivery
Strategically led all teaching activities in schools and training centers
Took charge of selecting reserve units and evaluating instructional materials and results
Provided guidance and advice to students regarding academic issues
Employed analytical skills in developing learning objectives as well as keen attention to detail in preparing test items

Electrician Mate Jun 2005–Nov 2009
Equipment Operation, Testing, Maintenance, and Repair
Monitored generators, switchboards, control and electrical equipment as well as performed maintenance procedures for power and lighting circuits, electrical fixtures, motors, generators, voltage and frequency regulators
Conduct tests for short circuits and grounds while restructuring the electrical equipment; performing calculations of faulty currents and system loads
Performed bench tests on electric governors, motor and generator windings
Conducted troubleshooting of electrical circuits to identify causes of improper voltage and current
Took charge of maintaining and repairing hydraulic and pneumatic systems
Inspected motors and generators to determine current condition and performed needed maintenance
Operations Management | Workplace Safety
Managed numerous work functions, such as follows:
Provision of oversight to work team planning and coordination; scheduling responsibilities; monitoring of progress; developing training schedules; and managing training initiatives;
Integration of problem resolution initiatives;
Assistance in preparing and conducting performance evaluations;
Management of subordinates;
Coordination of staff selection, onboarding, and orientation;
Establishment of working teams through group dynamics; and
Assessment of training and enforcement of workplace safety
Regulatory Compliance
Determined work place hazards and ensure personnel safety by enforcing standards
Made use of personal protective equipment in handling maintenance operations in compliance with safety standards
Oversaw organizational functions in alignment with goals and objectives as well as safety standards
Acted as a section and team leader during training activities

Electrical Component Maintenance Technician Oct 2006–Nov 2009
Preventive Maintenance
Conducted operational, preventive, and corrective maintenance on unique electrical components, static frequency converters, and the SSM Degaussing system