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CV,Mechanical Technician With Int Experience Both Onshore And Offshore

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 33031
(23/08/1979, male)
List top 5 skills: electrical, hydraulic, marine, mechanic, technician, vehicle, welding
Short Bio:

I am a time served mechanic with experience working on a large variety of mechanical and electrical equipment. I have international work experience on land jobs and sea. At the moment I am seeking a new challenge.

Current location: 

Scotland, United Kingdom - View on map



Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Oil, Gas and Energy, Transport and Logistics

Spoken languages: 


Locations I am interested in working:



A proactive and self-motivated mechanical technician with 19 years’ experience, working on various equipment and projects.

Time served NVQ level three mechanical and electrical repair.

Expert level in the repair and maintenance of combustion engines, propulsion systems, pumps, winches motors, generators and hydraulics.

I bring worldwide experience, from working in many countries and diverse cultures, such as Holland, Germany, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Algeria, Tunisia, Mexico, Congo and Trinidad.

Dedicated to working smart & safe, adhering to company policy and procedures, and industry best working practices.


Key Strengths

 Excellent mechanical, electrical and hydraulic troubleshooting, repair and maintenance.

 Committed and trained, to the highest QHSE standards and best working practices.

 Flexible to changing situations in a production based environment.

 Experience in team building, motivating teams.

 Excellent verbal and written communicator, including logging and reporting.



 IOSH managing safely

 BOSIET Survival and medical OPITO with EBS.

 STCW 95

 Minimum industry safety training (MIST)

 Seaman`s discharge book holder

 NVQ level three mechanical and electrical repair

 PIP 106 pipeline fluid pumping

 CETOP/BFPA level 1 hydraulics.

 Safe management of fluid power systems

 Electrical safety systems

 Marine knuckle boom cane certificate

 Working at heights certificate

 4X4 driver training


Employment History

Mechanical technician.
July 08 – present
Las Palmas Offshore

Responsible for maintaining a fleet of Ocean bottom cable vessels, and shallow water source vessels. While being stationed on jack up rigs,Tugs,DP2 vessels and gun boats in the gulf of Mexico, Trinidad, Congo and Gran Canaria.

This consist of the repair and maintenance of the following,

Marine engine service and repair.

Below deck pumps and valve calibration and repair

Jet propulsion system repair and calibration.

Hydraulic powered cable deployment and retrieval systems.

Diesel driven hydraulic power packs, winches, and controls.

Electrical system wiring trouble shooting and diagnostics.

Caterpillar, Perkins, and Cummins generator experience.

Manage the efficient use of resources and assets.

Maximise the efficiency of the projects mechanical equipment to attain high production levels; this is achieved by a well planned and executed preventative maintenance plan.

Log and report all equipment failures for analysis to continually improve.

Management of change reporting and Risk analysis.

Leading a team of locally employed workers.

Generator mechanic, KBR – Afganistan
July 06 – July 08

Repair and maintain power generation equipment for the military on various camps. Working with and supervising locally recruited workers.

Mechanic, Lockheed Martin – Germany & Kuwait
January 04 – June 06

Repair and maintain military wheel and tracked vehicles for deployment in theatre overseas.

Pipeline operator, Macgregor Energy Services Ltd – UK Petrochemical Sites
March 03 – December 03

Using liquid Nitrogen to purge oil and gas pipework for safety testing.

Vehicle Mechanic, Koops Nissan – Holland
February 02 – February 03

Repair and maintain Nissan motor vehicles to manufacturer’s specifications.

Vehicle Mechanic, Arnold Clark Volvo – UK
June 1996 – June 02

Started apprenticeship training then moving into becoming a time served motor mechanic. This involved spending four years training at Glasgow training group gaining an NVQ level three.