After high school I joined the Navy. I then went on and got a job as a oiler where I rebuilt generators on a Refuel Barrage. After that I got a job with Loomis. There I was a driver and messenger. I delivered and picked up currency from banks and stores. I was also responsible for servicing ATMs. Then I became a yard supervisor. I loaded and unloaded cars, trucks, boats and heavy equipment. I also keep inventory records of everything being delivered or shipped.
I then went on to heavy equipment detailer. Where I had to take apart equipment and clean it and out it back together. I moved back home(NC) and got a job on the farm. There I helped operate farm equipment and done repairs as well. I left the farm and became a machine operator at Severn Peanut. I operated a bagging machine. I also received my fork lift license on this job as well. I went into the solar field operating heavy equipment and electrical termination. I received my heavy equipment operators certification, OSHA 30, CPR certification and my ARC-Flash certification. I am still employed with Pure Power Contractors .
Folk lift Certified
Heavy Equipment Operator Certified
Lulls, Skids Steers, and Excavators
Operate lulls, skids steer, excavator and bull dozier. Open trenches for under ground electrical installation. Back fill and dress up landscape. Do electrical terminations and combiner box.
Disassembled heavy equipment and cleaned for export to over sea countries.
Pick up and deliver money to banks and stores. Service ATMS.
Repaired CAT generators. Refueled barrage. Operated LM 2500 EMDS. I inspect barrages and pipe lines.
Fixed gas turbines and K105 generators. Repaired water purifiers. Performed engine room inspections daily.
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I was raised in Southeast Alaska working on and running trolling boats. I then switched to seine and gillnet boats. I started my maritime career on the Alaska marine highway as an O.S. I got my time and moved up to A.B.
I then switched companies to Crowley Valdez division. I worked there as an A.B. and as an Oiler. I then went to Houston marine in New Orleans and got my !00 Master 1600 Mate Near coastal License. I then went offshore with Sea Coast maritime, I started there as second mate and then moved to first mate on their ocean going tugs. The main run was between San Fransisco and Los Angeles. I was transferred to Puerto Rico for the fuel transfer contract there.
I then wanted to work closer to home and went to G&H towing based in Galveston Texas. I have been docking ships for G&H for 6 years now and run Z-drives as a Mate and Relief Captain.
I am presently working for G&H.
I worked for Sea coast on the West coast running a tug and barge between San Fransisco and Los Angeles. I was the transferred to Puerto Rico for the fuel contract there. I left them because I felt that they had very dangerous equipment and there were numerous equipment failures.
I started with Crowley as an A.B. and transferred to the Oiler position. This was my plan. I then got my Deck License and was transferred to the deck department. I was on the conventional tugs in Valdez, I then was sent to the Z-drive tugs, and then to the Voith Schneider tugs. I am also signed off on the line boats.