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Regal Marine is currently seeking an Electrical Engineer to research, develop, design, and test electrical systems. A strong understanding of ABYC specifications is needed, and certification is preferred. Familiarity with marine electronics and AutoCAD is also required. Bachelor degree is preferred.

As a full time team member, you will be eligible to participate in our comprehensive benefits package. We are a family owned and operated manufacturer of luxury performance boats, located in Central Florida. Our boats are distributed in more than 45 countries worldwide. Our boat building process involves both state-of-the-art techniques, as well as traditional craftsmanship.

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Default Experienced marine mechanic

Michael S. McDonald
Experienced Marine Mechanic, Wyotech Graduate
Home 386-676-2768 School 800-881-2264
Home Address Campus Address
298 S. Ridgewood AVE 470 Destination Daytona Lane
Ormond Beach, FL 32174-6445 Ormond Beach, Florida 32174
Seeking a position as an entry level engineer in the shipping industry, which would make use of my proven abilities in marine mechanics, diesel engines, hydraulic systems, electrical systems, boilers, steam systems, electronics, and open and closed loop a/c systems.
I am skilled in the service and repair of steam turbines, welding(stick, MIG, and TIG), boilers , steam systems, shipboard A/C systems, diesel and gasoline engines and electronic controls, navigation and GPS systems, generators, electrical, and hydraulic systems.
WyoTech Daytona, Ormond Beach, Florida
Marine Technology Training– Graduation Date: Aug 14, 2009
• 1000 Hours, 24 Week Training in the following areas:
• 250 Hours in Lecture/Lab Stern Drive Vessel Power Transmission
• 250 Hours in Lecture/Lab Inboard Engine Propulsion Systems
• 250 Hours in Lecture/Lab Diesel Engines, Power Generation, and Marine Electrics
• 250 Hours in Lecture/Lab Outboard Engine Propulsion Systems; including Rigging

Exposure to Personal Watercraft Technology Throughout Training
School Name, Elgin Hydrostatic Drive School
Elgin IL
Hydraulic systems repair. 1993
School Name, Elgin Electronics School
Electronics Technology 1993
School Name, Leach Silver Service School 1993
Denver, CO
School Name, NAPA Mobile Air Conditioning Certification School 1993
Denver, CO
School Name, Sperry-Vickers Hydraulic Pump and Valve School 1982
Norfolk, VA
School Name, US Navy Hydraulic Class C School 1981
Great Lakes, IL
High School, Hammond High School, Hammond, LA 1980
General Diploma
Driver, Circle L Trucking, Denver, Co, 06/99-11/08
Drove a Semi-truck cross-country.
Field Service Technician, Faris Machinery Company, Denver, Colorado, 02/93 - 06/99
Serviced and repaired heavy equipment for warranty as field service technician at heavy equipment dealership. Performed repairs on Elgin street sweepers, Leach trash compactors, Ingersoll Rand generators, light sets, and asphalt compaction equipment, and Blau-Knox paving equipment.
Mine Mechanic B, Pikes Peak and Victor Mining Company, Cripple Creek, Colorado, 03/92-02/93
Worked as fleet mechanic at gold mine on heavy mining equipment, such as Caterpillar D-8 and D-9 bulldozers, 777 haul trucks, and 992 wheel loaders.
Infantryman, US Army, Ft. Benning, Ga, 03/88-03/92
Was Ranger qualified rifleman in US Army
Mechanic, Southeast Hydraulics, Hammond, Louisiana, 10/86 - 03/88
Did hydraulic and mechanical work on contract to Louisiana Power and Light heavy equipment, such as Caterpillar and John Deere bulldozers and loaders, and High Ranger bucket trucks.
Mechanic, Hammond Undercarriage, Hammond, Louisiana, 12/84-10/86
Worked as a mechanic and welder on heavy equipment and tracked vehicles, such as Caterpillar, John Deere, Case, and Massey-Ferguson bulldozers, and front end loaders.
Machinist Mate, US Navy, Norfolk, Va, 12/80-12/84
Worked on ship systems, stationed on USS Dwight D Eisenhower for 4 years. Repaired and maintained aircraft elevators, UNREP winches, capstains, anchor windlass', steering systems, auxillary boilers, emergency diesel generators, air conditioning systems, steam heating systems, and water purification systems.
Hammond Undercarriage, 06/78 - 12/80
Worked as mechanic and welder on heavy equipment.
Wyotech: Honor Roll
US Army: Army Commendation medal(2), Airbourne wings, Ranger Tab, Expert Marksmanship Badge, Combat Infantry Badge, Air assault wings, Good
conduct medal, expeditionary medal, National Defence medal, Unit citation, Army Occupation Medal.
US Navy: Navy Good conduct medal, 2 battle efficiency medals, Expeditionary medal.
Faris Machinery Company: Leach Silver Service award
Boating, Fishing, Tinkering with high performance automobiles and boats, I am a member of an off shore powerboat racing team as a crewchief/throttleman, and I like to play guitar.
NAPA Mobile Air Conditioning Certification.
Forklift license
Class A CDL
Leach Silver Service Certification
REFERANCES________________________________________ ____________
Larry Case
Shop Foreman, Faris Machinery Company
Denver, Colorado
Dan Scudder
Marine Department Chairperson, Wyotech
Daytona, Florida
(800)881-2264 ext.335
Frank Thalhiemer
Marine Inboard Engine Instructor
Daytona, Florida
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