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CV, British Ex Forces Mechanical Technician targets UK, Australia

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 12292

List top 5 skills: hgv diesel mechanic, mobile equipment mechanic, root cause analysis
Short Bio:

I worked as a Reliability Engineer for John Crane UK for 16 months. I successfully provided information on component failures to prevent re-occurance. I have served in the Royal Air Force for 9 years as a Mechanical Technician working on a variety of Heavy vehicles and Aircraft support equipment. I am a motivated, intelligent individual who thrives on working with mechanical machinery. I enjoy working in a team environment as everyone helps each other achieve a common goal.

Current location: 

Bavaria, Germany - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, Oil, Gas and Energy, Manufacturing and Operations

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Australia, Germany, United Kingdom

List of countries I have a visa to work in:

Germany, United Kingdom



Professional Experience

Reliability Engineer, John Crane Jan 2012 – April 2013

Part of a team of 5 people in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) who are responsible for investigating Reliability related problems with our Dry Gas Seals installed in a variety of turbo machinery made by OEM’s around the world like GE Oil & Gas, Siemens, etc.

• Carry out Root Cause Analysis (RCA) sessions with end users after a recent failure, to provide them with a technical report on the outcomes and effective solutions.

• Conduct site survey of rotating equipment and ancillaries to provide the end user with a report on possible improvements that could be made to increase service life.

• Comment on the returned condition of DGS when requested by customers to provide them with possible areas to investigate on site.

• Provide operational/technical assistance on Dry Gas Seals (DGS) to other service centres and clients around the globe, like BP, Shell, Aramco, Chevron, Total, Statoil

• To implement solutions found through RCA techniques into current/future applications to prevent re-occurrence in the future.

Mechanical Technician, Royal Air Force (RAF) Jan 2003 – Jan 2012

Numerous progressive roles within the RAF have contributed to developing my core technical skills set, as well as other key skills such as: Leadership, management, problem solving, using initiative, coordination, team work, time / change management as well as behavioural flexibility.

• A strong team player who has a proven track record of working across different cultures, languages and functions where there is co-dependencies.

• Competent with complex systems that utilise a variety of different actuating systems I.e. electro mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic.

• Mechanical maintenance, repairs and modifications to Heavy/ light vehicles and mobile plant machinery. From OEM’s MAN, DAF, Cummins, JCB, CAT, Scammel, and L/Rover.

• Experienced with compressed air, nitrogen and oxygen production equipment and its rectification.

• Inspection, testing and servicing of aircraft associated lifting tackle and hoists.

• In-depth fault diagnosis on a large variety of mechanical equipment down to single component failure.

 Frequently act as ‘deputy’ in managing a team in the absence of the leader, resulting in being able to build trusting and long lasting working relationships.

Education/Qualifications

• Apollo Root Cause Analysis (RCA) Techniques

• Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming

• MAN Fault Finding Diagnostic tool

• National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level 3 Mechanical Engineering (Distinction) – Royal Air Force (RAF).

• Business Technology Education Council (BTEC) in Motor Vehicle Maintenance (Merit) – South Devon College, Devon.

• National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level 2 Information Communication Technology (Pass) Paignton Community College, Sixth Form, Devon.

• General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) – Paignton Community College, Devon. 7 subjects

Training courses completed

• Multiple ‘conversion’ trainings via the RAF for new and specialised equipment/vehicles

• Specialist Vehicle Conversion (SVC)

• Fuel blending equipment

• C & C1 (HGV) Driving Licence

• Full clean UK Driving License

• Equality and Diversity

• Quality Assessment

• Data Protection

• First Aid at work