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Marine Electrician Resume


Desired Industry: Electrician SpiderID: 75267
Desired Job Location: Robertsdale, Alabama Date Posted: 4/27/2015
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 75000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:

Highly dynamic, analytical, and results-
focused professional with hand-on
experience in electrical testing
equipment; as well as

pipe-lay barges and DP2 class vessels
honed from extensive exposure within the
military and offshore oil and gas
setting. Equipped

with strong knowledge of policies,
procedures, equipment, materials, and
supplies relevant to operation,
maintenance, and timely

repair of equipment; along with the
ability to establish positive and
harmonious working relationships with
all contacts within my

line of work. Committed to achieving
bottom-line success of missions through
solid technical knowledge and
professional work ethic.

Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
(Word and PowerPoint) and NS5 with basic
knowledge of Excel.


Experience:

Relevant Experience

Complete Logistical Services, Gretna, LA
Marine Electrician (Contractual)
2013; 2014–2015
Performed all assigned preventative and
corrective maintenance in conformity
with established quality and safety
standards.
Took charge of implementing and
assisting maintenance procedures for
110/220 VAC lighting distribution
system; Clyde post crane

silicon-controlled rectifiers (SCRs);
and thruster variable frequency drives
(VFDs).
Managed the completion of new systems
installations as supervised by the chief
electrician.
Provided expert oversight to one night
shift electrician in the completion of
his/her assigned duties.

J.M. Smucker, Memphis, TN
Line Electronic and Instrumentation
Technician 2014
Closely monitored production line
operations to meet targeted quotas while
ensuring minimal downtime.
Assumed full responsibility in executing
preventive and corrective maintenance as
required including programmable logic
controller

(PLC) line control systems.
Displayed proficiency in operating line
equipment to relieve operators while
promptly responding to machinery fault
trouble calls as

necessary.

Schlumberger, Houston, TX
Control Systems Technician 2012–
2013
Demonstrated adeptness in operating and
maintaining electronic equipment used to
maintain wellbore stability while
drilling.
Evaluated and tested equipment to ensure
reliability prior to shipment to
jobsites.
Served as an integral member of the Well
Control Team, responsible for ensuring
minimal downtime and successful drilling
of oil/gas

procedures.

Global Industries, Sulphur, LA
Marine Electrician 2011–2012
Held full accountability in overseeing
electrical equipment used in pipe laying
operations to ensure 100% reliable
firing line.

Including, conveyers, welding machines
and 110/220 VAC power distribution
Carried out a wide range of maintenance
initiatives including the following:
Eight dynamic positioning (DP) main
propulsion and positioning thrusters
Vessel cathodic protection system
Thruster VFDs; 220 VAC lighting
distribution systems; 6600 VAC main
power distribution; and pipe lay
tensioner SCRs.

Cal Dive International, Houston, TX
Marine Electrician 2008–2009
Exhibited superior talents in operating
and maintaining three caterpillar diesel
generators and 125T tension machine
during pipe lay

operations; tension machine SCRs; and
110 VAC lighting distribution systems.

Norse Cutting and Abandonment, Houston,
TX
Plug and Abandonment Technician 2007–
2008
Accomplished operations and maintenance
procedures for an in-house designed
specialty cutting equipment for P&A
jobs; as well as a

high-pressure water jet cutting
equipment as a member of an offshore
team.
Facilitated the execution of
preventative and corrective maintenance
on equipment within the jobsite to
ensure minimal downtime and

in the shop to ensure readiness for the
next job.

National Oilwell Varco, Houston, TX
Test Electrician 2007
Functioned effectively in handling the
mud pump test stand to ensure proper
installations of electrical connections
prior to testing

of running pump.
Maintained electrical distribution in
200,000 sq. ft. production warehouse; as
well as cleanliness of pumps after
testing and three

diesel generators, providing 480 VAC 3-
phase power for test stand.

United States Navy, Camp Pendleton, CA
Gas Turbine Systems Electrician 1998–
2006
Leveraged excellent skills in operating
and maintaining four LM2500 gas turbine
main propulsion engines; along with
three Allison

501K series gas turbine generators.
Functioned effectively as electric plant
operator, responsible for handling all
electrical systems in the engine rooms
and auxiliary

machine spaces including switchboards,
electrically-actuated valves, motor
starters, load centers, and lighting.
Received two outstanding accolades for
excellent performance and
professionalism such as:
First Navy Achievement Medal: Resolution
to more than 500 discrepancies prior to
the ships INSURV inspection as the
damage control

petty officer.
Second Navy Achievement Medal:
Assistance in repairing LCAC #23 after
catastrophic generator failure, which
caused severe damage to

crafts hull and electrical systems.

Other Experience

Texas Army National Guard, Bryan, TX
Unit Supply Specialist 2009–2011


Education:

Education

Coursework in General Studies: 2010-2012
Lone Star Community College Montgomery,
Conroe, TX



Professional Development

2014
Rockwell Automation Certification
CCP299–Studio 5000 Logix Designer Level
I: Control Logix Fundamentals and
Troubleshooting
2012
Emerson Process Management Certification
1000/2000 Transmitter Micro Motion
Sensors and Series
1999
United States Navy Certification
12–Week Basic Engineering Electrical
8–Week Gas Turbine Mechanical “A” School
4­–Week Advanced Engineering Mechanical
Course
3–Week Course Covering Basic Engineering
Mechanical


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