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DONALD RAY B. JR. __________________________________________________________________________________________
Rd., Kingsland, GA
CALIBRATION COORDINATOR, DRUG
AND ALCOHOL PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR, SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE, QUALITY ASSURANCE
PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL
Current Secret Clearance,
Previous TS ESI
Personnel Reliability Program,
Maintains high integrity
Twenty years' professional
experience as a first line supervisor with specific expertise in Nuclear
weapons maintenance, safety, and security.
Superior technical and
interpersonal communications, building strong relationships and alliances.
Excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills. Thoroughly enjoy
challenges and creative problem resolution.
Manages, maintenances and
administers requirements for personnel supporting hundreds of tasks.
Quickly assesses operations
and initiate improvements in staffing, scheduling, and procedures. Manages
multiple, simultaneous and complex projects and programs.
Assembles, motivates, trains,
and inspires talented working teams/staff are consistently produce quality.
AND SELECTED EXAMPLES OF QUALIFICATIONS IN ACTION
U.S. Navy, Trident Refit
Facility Kings Bay June Present
Weapons Repair Supervisor.
First line manager that coordinates and oversees all maintenance related
tasks associated with the Strategic Weapons system onboard seven submarines
in Kings Bay, Georgia.
Safety Department Representative,
ensuring shops comply with the LEAN standards by conducting random inspections
and reporting feedback and finds to senior supervisors.
U.S. Navy, USS Wyoming Gold
In charge of a man division which conducted four reconfigurations,
twentyeight logistic movements, seventyeight motor inspections, and
countless other technical operations. Also trained, mentored, and supervised
the troubleshooting and repairs of digital, electrical, and electronic
systems; troubleshooting and repairs cooling and heating systems as
well as control systems using electromechanical devices, hydraulics,
and pneumatics; the uses standard electronic test equipment such as
meters, oscilloscopes, logic probes, and logic analyzers; the uses DOSbased
computers for word processing as well as other administrative record
keeping tasks ensuring % mission readiness.
As Calibration Coordinator,
Coordinated and scheduled offship calibration or repair services for
ships within their geographic area of responsibility. Maintained close
liaison with shipboard calibration coordinators and the Immediate Superior
in Command ISIC to prevent or resolve calibration scheduling and readiness
problems. Reviewed ship's calibration work requests to ensure that TMDE
within the calibration capability of the ship's FCA are not sent to
a higherlevel calibration laboratory. Assist calibration laboratories
in obtaining calibration or repair services for laboratory standards.
Identified calibration requirements beyond the technical capability
of the ship. Coordinated the scheduling of those TMDE to an approved
calibration laboratory. Notify by message, the overflow laboratory
selected to receive the calibration assignment. Coordinated with ISIC
to confirm SISCAL dates and promulgate in SISCAL scheduling messages.
Recognized by Defense Nuclear Surity Team for revamping the program
and having one of the top programs in the fleet.
As Work Center Supervisor, ensured
prompt documentation of all noted material deficiencies in the workcenter
work list. Reviewed all
M documentation leaving the work center to make sure it is correct,
legible, and prepared and submitted promptly. Ensured maximum
use of PMS as a maintenance training aid for workcenter personnel. Reviewed
maintenance requirement cards and submitting a PMS feedback report when
maintenance requirements are not fully understood; errors are believed
to exist; maintenance requirements are believed to be inadequate or
excessive or when performance would cause a hazardous condition to exist;
or replacement documents are required. Maintained an accurate
and current list of effective pages by comparing documentation to actual
work center equipment configuration. Ensured periodic maintenance
requirements scheduled for the work center are completed and reported
as stated. Ensured proper tests and inspections prior to
acceptance of work done by outside activities. Ensured delivery
of test, measurement, or other portable equipment
to testing and calibration work centers as indicated
on scheduling reports.
As the Drug and Alcohol Program
Administrator, served as a coordinator concerning all drug and alcohol
education, rehabilitation, identification, and enforcement
efforts within the command. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counselors also
provide a point of contact for commands and individuals seeking assistance
concerning alcohol or drug abuse programs.
Qualified Diving Officer
of the Watch, which is in charge of keeping the boat at neutrally
buoyant while submerged.
U.S. Navy, Strategic Weapons
Facility Atlantic April April
Assistant and Explosive Handling Wharf Supervisor. Over weapons
logistic movements and asset exchanges, Department of Energy shipments
and % error free maintenance of the nation's stockpile accountability
system. Assisted in proofing technical publications and equipment.
Low Level Radioactive Waste
/ Hazardous Material Waste Monitor Coordinator, received, stored, and
disposed of hazardous material waste for the work area; in addition,
ensured positive identification and monitoring of expiration date of
shelflife or service life items
Directed technicians in the
performance of Standard Operating Procedures to handle and transfer
missiles, missile components, reentry bodies, launcher system components,
and submarine support equipment.
Completed Microsoft Word
Sept , , PowerPoint Enhanced Presentations Aug , ,
and Microsoft Access July , training courses given by ExecuTrain
Navy and Marine Corps Relief
Fund drive coordinator, raised funds in the support of sailors with
financial and personal emergencies.
U.S. Navy, USS West Virginia
Gold August March
First Lieutenant, supervised
the preservation and upkeep of the ship as a whole, and of all parts
thereof, except spaces for which the engineer officer is responsible.
Made frequent inspections of all mess gear of the crew and of all mess
tables, chests, and lockers, managed over personnel in completion
of over , manhours of maintenance, significantly improving the
material condition of the ship and % retention rate. Also in charge
of paint, sail, and boatswain's locker, and inspect and maintain survival
Assistant Radiological Controls
Officer, Coordinated and directed the command's efforts in reducing
personnel radiation exposure from nuclear weapons to as low as reasonably
achievable. Kept the Commanding Officer informed on the status of the
command's efforts in manrem reduction. Reviewed each radiation exposure
report from the Navy Dosimetry Center before the exposures are transcribed
into individual health records. Supervised all training associated with
the Nuclear Weapons Radiological Controls Program. Supervised the process
authorizing command personnel, visiting nuclear weapons workers, and
visitors other than nuclear weapons workers to receive exposure from
Officer, coordinated officer and enlisted training and onduty educational
programs with department heads, division officers, and the planning
board for training. Also worked with the Navy College Program
educational adviser to encourage personnel to take part in the Voluntary
Education Programs. Ensured all personnel had all requirements
for advancement and resources for personal educational goals. Overseen
personnel in the Navy Apprenticeship program.
Quality Assurance inspector,
verified all work inspected meets the minimum requirements set forth
in latest applicable plans, specifications and directives of higher
authority as stated in the Formal Work Package. Ensured all inspections
beyond the capability of the QAI are performed by FMA inspectors prior
to final acceptance/installation of the product by the ship. Reported
all work and testing discrepancies/deficiencies to the department head
and the QAO via chain of command. Ensured the deficiency is resolved
before work continues. Witnessed controlled assemblies, as a second
party not involved in the actual work. Also reviewed certification
testing as part of Controlled Work Package preparation.
Education, Training &
Management and Supervision, completed August,
Coastline Community College
of California, Fountain Valley, CA
Alcohol Program Administrator SEP, Radiological Controls Officer
JUL, Marine Electronics Systems JUN, Naval Safety Supervisor
SEP, Educational Services Officer OCT, Sub Quality Assurance
Inspector JAN, Shipboard Gage Calibrator JAN, Navy Instructional
Mechanic Apprenticeship June ,
Tester Apprenticeship December ,
Artificer Apprenticeship April ,
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement
Medal awards, Military Outstanding Voluntary Service Medal, Good