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joseph n L.
Bristol Station Ct..§
Carteret, NJ § Home/Cell: ▪
A motivated, resultsfocused
professional, seeking a unique opportunity to immediately impact an
organization that can capitalize upon a unique skill set and offer unlimited
challenges and growth.
Influential, articulate professional
with multiple college degrees earned during year Naval career. Proven
track record of leadership, management, adaptability, technical acumen
and dedication to lean practices. Talented at mastering the knowledge,
skills and abilities required for any position assumed.
+ years management and leadership
|| years exp. in Organization
|| Electricity, Electronic,
Hydraulic & Pneumatic theory|
and flow diagram analysis
|| TPM, S experienced
|| Microsoft Office Software proficient|
written & oral communication
|| Standard Operating Procedure expert
|| Selfmotivated and success driven|
– Elizabeth, NJ
Supervisor – nd Shift
Administer the preventive
maintenance PM and work order WO management system for timely completion
of PMs, WOs, and repair work orders through coordination with the Planning
Respond to breakdowns,
troubleshoot and oversee repairs of GMP production equipment and GMP
Responsible for operation
and maintenance of facility support equipment, including: HVAC equipment,
chillers, CATOX, boilers, ovens, humidifiers, air lock system, dust
collectors and waste water system.
– columbus, ga
January – April |
Supervisor – nd Shift
Immediately improved quality
% with unmatched team cohesion from a previously struggling group
Reduced time required to
completed major changeover of equipment by % by developing detail
laden standard operating procedure. The procedure has been identified
to become a “Global best practices” process.
Responsible for direct
supervision of personnel and production of stored energy units
NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE
– JACKSONVILLE, FL
December – December |
Division Leading Chief Petty Officer LCPO & Chapel LCPO
techniques used to assess multiple program effectiveness, improving
overall customer service.
Maintained a clean, safe
work environment in compliance with OSHA/Corporate Standards. Contributions
led to achievement of Volunteer Protection Program VPP Star certification.
USS ROOSEVELT DDG
– JACKSONVILLE, FL
November – December |
MC – Leadership Training Team, CPO Mess Trainer, Chief Select Trainer,
Quality Assurance Supervisor
Managed all facets of organization
maintenance and material management M system, including the implementation,
evaluation, and coordination of the planned maintenance systems PMS.
Maintained a , item database, ensuring all organization equipment
had preventative and corrective maintenance support. CMMS system administrator.
Evaluated, approved and
prioritized all work to be accomplished during an $ million dry dock
availability. Met weekly with Port Engineer to discuss growth work and
address concerns of progress. Responsible for deliverables on a daily
basis for the entire day availability and various reports with little
to no lead time.
Led multiple projects involving
as many as personnel with varying skills by effectively communicating
mission goals, identifying and resolving potential obstacles, determining
performance standards, measured effectiveness and ensured secondary
and tertiary plans were available for instant execution if required.
Facilitated numerous workshops,
transition training events and general military training sessions, enhancing
communication and team work skills and for over personnel. Provided
hard skills required to effectively meet all technical and professional
objectives during daily on the job training sessions.
USS BOONE FFG
– JACKSONVILLE, FL
February – August |
Departmental LCPO and Division
LCPO – Mentorship Coord., Command
Personnel Qualifications Standards PQS
Combat Systems Training Team CSTT
Proposed, then implemented
an organizationwide mentoring program, directly impacting achievement
of all mission objectives, positively affecting over personnel.
Conducted indepth evaluations quarterly and revised program procedures
as required. Continually collaborated to improve the program.
Managed budgets as large
as $, and was responsible for $ million in assets. Ensured strict
adherence to established guidelines for procurement of supplies, conducted
extensive research to maximize reduced funding and suggested improvements
to enhance program effectiveness.
SIMPSON FFG – JACKSONVILLE, FL
|| September – February
ASW Division Officer
and Division LCPO Command Sexual Assault Victim Intervention Rep.,
Command Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist Coord., CSTT, Duty Section
Reviewed schedules and
specifications for efficiency. Studied operations sequences, organization
charts, and mission information to determine employee responsibilities.
Utilized innovative leadership
in leading and training an undermanned staff to meet all tasks ahead
of schedule with unmatched results.
RECRUITING DISTRICT JACKSONVILLE – JACKSONVILLE, FL
|| June – September
Recruiter and Recruiter in Charge
at a Small Station
with key individuals in the community and in professional capacities
to assist in meeting employment goals as a recruiter.
PHILIPPINE SEA CG – JACKSONVILLE, FL
|| October – April
Petty Officer and ASW Specialist –
Maintenance Group Sup., Command Training
Team, CSTT, Command General Military Training Coordinator, Asst. Command
Spearheaded four system
critical repairs and passed a major material condition inspection with
ZERO major discrepancies.
Experienced at briefing
top dignitaries in time critical situations. Superior oral communicator
who easily captivates target audience by quickly delivering key information
in an interesting and intelligent manner.
Troubleshot and repaired
hydraulic, low and high pressure air and electrical circuitry with precision
DAM NECK – VIRGINIA BEACH, VA
|| March – February
– Asst. Command MC, Asst. WCS, Command Training Team, Dept. Career
Built a unit out of spare
parts to repair a casualty that evaded isolation and degraded system
operation for over five months.
Developed maintenance procedures
that reduced required man hours by %. These procedures were adopted
by five others sites, significantly improving operational effectiveness
and allowed for reallocation of valuable human capital.
Rewrote job qualification
requirements and developed benchmark Electronic Casualty Control drill
packages which were adopted by all US Navy Integrated Undersea Surveillance
System IUSS sites.
Provided thorough training
to personnel on Standard Operating Procedures SOPs and advanced
troubleshooting techniques, qualifying seven personnel for duties assigned.
LEYTE GULF CG – JACKSONVILLE, FL
|| December – November
Work Center Supervisor WCS
– MK Technician, Repair Parts Petty Officer
and corrective maintenance on MK SONAR Fire Control and associated
all maintenance work, directed team activities, establishing task priorities,
scheduling and tracking work assignments, providing guidance, and ensuring
the availability of resources.
Ensured strict adherence
to established guidelines for procurement of supplies, conducted extensive
research to maximize reduced funding and suggested improvements to enhance
TRIDENT UNIVERSITY – Cypress,
CA GPA: ./. – Magna Cum Laude
Masters of Business AdministrationConc.
Human Resources December
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY –
Carbondale, IL GPA: ./.
Bachelor of Science Workforce
Education and Development May
UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX – Phoenix,
Associate of ArtsProfessional
Focus in Electronic Technology December
Quality Assurance Supervisor September
, Quality Assurance Inspector July , Maintenance Material
and Management Coordinator June , Digital Electronics Training
January and multiple maintenance courses.
Chief Petty Officer Leadership
September , Leadership Development Program April
Navy and Marine Corps Commendation
Medal and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal SIX awards
Sailor of the Quarter rd
Quarter , Sailor of the Quarter rd Quarter , Junior
Sailor of the Year , Sailor of the Quarter th Quarter