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Ø Offering over 4 years experience as Engineer with Military Sealift Command, with majority of experience as Second Engineer supporting operations of numerous vessels as a key team member, with key credentials including:
- US Coast Guard License, First Assistant Engineer of Steam and Motor Vessel
- US Coast Guard License, Second Assistant Engineer of Gas Turbine Vessels of any Horsepower
- US Merchant Mariner s Document
- STCW 95 Endorsement
- EPA Universal Certificate
- Engineer in Training Certified, State of California
Ø Adept in the safe and efficient operation, maintenance and preservation of engine department machinery and equipment; competent in ship vibration monitor device, condition monitoring equipment and interpretation/analysis of test results
Ø Working knowledge of MSC preventive maintenance program (SAMM) and related programs
Ø Skilled in conducting shipboard engineering, fire and collision drills
Ø Technical/Computer Skills: Windows XP, MS Works, Excel, Access, Matlab, AutoCAD
Ø Fluent in both English and Chinese Language
Military Sealift Command
Second Assistant Engineer (day), USNS Kaiser (TAO-187); January 2008-Present
Facilitate timely, efficient maintenance and repair of cargo gear including sliding block, Navy standard cargo witches and forktruck equipment. Oversee engine room equipment and manage preventive maintenance program as well as overhaul of main engine and SSDG, bunkering and refueling operation.
Second Assistant Engineer (day), USNS Flint (TAE-32); June 2007-December 2007
Contributed strong leadership skills toward strategically assigning staff work/projects to maximize productivity and ensure safe operation of engine room. Accountable for engine room equipment, ship preventive maintenance, boiler chemicals testing and bunkering refueling operations.
Third Assistant Engineer (day), USNS Guadalupe (TAO-200); December 2006-April 2007
Assigned to secure sea service time for Second Assistant Engineer endorsement; proactively supervised ship service diesel generator overhaul.
Second Assistant Engineer (day), USNS Kiska (TAE-35); May 2006-December 2006
Proficiently managed deck cargo equipment maintenance program ad repairs; ensured UNREP cargo winches were at optimal operational performance.
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Second Assistant Engineer (day), USNS Concord (TAFS-5); November 2005-April 2006
Facilitated engine room and boiler repair work and directed cold iron light off of engine room steam plant.
Second Assistant Engineer (day), USNS Kiska (TAE-35); December 2004-August 2005
Steered ship preventive maintenance program, testing of boiler chemicals, bunkering refueling operations, and engine room equipment management; effectively coordinated staff and assigned tasks for efficient and safe engine room operations.
California Maritime Academy-Vallejo, California
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering; 2002
UNREP Electrical/Electronic Maintenance, Center for Naval Engineering-Norfolk
US Coast Guard Certified Gas Turbine School, AMO Training Center-Ft. Lauderdale; 80 hours
Refrigeration and Air Condition System Technician, Training Support Center-San Diego
Ship Award USNS Kaiser TAO-187; December 2008
Ship Award USNS Kaiser TAO-187; September 2008
Ship Award USNS Flint TAE-32; December 2007
Ship Award USNS Kiska TAE-35; July 2006
Ship Award USNS Kiska TAE-35; August 2005
United States Merchant Marine Expeditionary Award
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