Employer: United States Navy, USS ALEXANDRIA (SSN 757)
Submarine Base New London, Groton, Connecticut
Position(s):Reactor Controls Assistant, First Lieutenant, Sonar Officer Collateral Duties:Ship’s Diving Officer, Quality Assurance Officer
Supervisor(s): xxxxxx, Commanding Officer (January 1993 – July 1995)
xxxxxxx, Commanding Officer (July 1995 – November 1996)
Summary of Work Experience. As a submarine division officer, I was responsible to the Ship’s Engineer Officer and Ship’s Combat Systems Officer for the maintenance, upkeep and operation of all equipment under my cognizance. As Ship’s Diving Officer, I was responsible for the proper ballasting of the ship in port and at sea and responsible to coordinate all submarine docking and undocking procedures during extended maintenance. As Quality Assurance Officer, I was responsible for ensuring proper standards of maintenance, training and qualification of workers and inspectors for all Level I, SUBSAFE and reactor and steam plant cleanliness procedures. Specific engineering tasks I carried out during my employment include:
- Primary supervisor for operation, upkeep and testing of all reactor controls, monitoring and protection equipment for a US Navy pressurized water nuclear reactor. I supervised seven technicians in carrying out complex test procedures, corrective and preventative maintenance of reactor controls equipment and developing troubleshooting procedures to address a number of different reactor control and protection system casualties. Specific engineering tasks I carried out in this position include: * Test plan development and execution for control rod alignment and timing testing; * Test plan development and execution for primary protection instrumentation calibration; * Developed an integrated reactor controls division audit and surveillance program; * Planned and executed 5 year prime calorimetric alignment of reactor controls...