Don Hite Associates
Navy Nuclear Engineering Laboratory Technician Sample Resume
5903 North Campbell Road
Otis Orchards, WA 99027
Home Phone: (509) 921-0497
Home Fax: (509) 921-0498
Possess ten years of increasing responsibility and leadership in Nuclear Power Plant Radiological Controls, Analytical Chemistry, and Mechanical Operations and Maintenance. Experienced in the fields of Training and Quality Assurance. Qualified as a Navy Nuclear Machinists Mate First Class.
1995 - Engineering Laboratory Technician School (2 of 8)
1994 - Nuclear Prototype Training Unit (Second to Qualify)
1994 - Naval Nuclear Power School (Top 50%)
1993 - Machinists Mate Nuclear Field "A" School (Top 10%)
Radiological Controls Shift Supervisor: (November 1996 to Present) Serve aboard the USS Capricorn (AS 42). Responsible for supervising, monitoring, and performing radiological work, surveys, and contamination controls. Duties include maintaining the internal monitoring program for radiation health records, overseeing the issuing and processing of radiation monitoring equipment, and using both single-channel and multi-channel analyzing equipment.
Leading Engineering Laboratory Technician: (December 1994 to November 1996) Served aboard the USS Spokane (SSN 780). Selected from a division of nine personnel to serve as Leading ELT. Oversaw all divisional programs including radioactive material accountability, quarterly data reports, and chemistry trend analyses. Was responsible for maintaining the reactor and steam plant chemistry within specifications and taking immediate corrective actions when necessary. Collateral duties included serving as Work Center Supervisor and Quality Assurance Inspector.
Engineering Laboratory Technician: (June 1991 to December 1994) Served aboard the USS Washington (SSBN 745). Performed qualitative and quantitative analyses of reactor coolant water, steam generator water, feed and condensate water, and all grades of make-up water. Experience included the use of various methods of corrective chemistry as well as collection of data and trend analysis to preclude out-of-specification conditions. Performed surveys for alpha, beta, gamma, and neutron radiation. Obtained proficiency with the use of radiation detectors. Implemented local radiation control limits and maintained personnel dose assessment records. Collateral duties included serving as Engineroom Supervisor and Training Petty Officer.
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