Kristina D. Carter
Dependable and hardworking marine electrician with proven technical abilities. Highly motivated, honest and driven to succeed, I am seeking a position that offers an opportunity for learning and further growth and development of my abilities. Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills make me an asset to a company that will benefit from my initiative, problem solving capabilities, attention to detail, and commitment to a long-term career.
Shipbuilder, Marine Electrician February 2008 to May 2009
Ameri-Force Craft Services, Inc.
BAE Systems, Norfolk, VA: USS Normandy (LHD-4)
Run cable and identify, mount and install equipment according to appropriate schematics and wiring diagrams in support of Smart Ship installation
Ripout and installation of cables in switchboards
Remove and relocate existing equipment as necessary for new equipment installation
Efficient and accurate wiring of power panels, Automatic Bus Transfers (ABTs), transformers and various other electrical devices
BAE Systems, Norfolk, VA: USS Whidbey Island (LSD-41)
Perform disconnect, ripout and removal evolutions of cables and various electrical equipment such as: motor controllers, motors, relay panels, overhead lighting, speakers and wireways
Assist in planning and locating new equipment to be installed using structural and electrical drawings
Perform necessary preparations for equipment installation such as: measuring, grinding and visual assessment
Construction and wiring of relay panels in accordance with approved drawings and schematics
Northrop Grumman Newport News: USS George H.W. Bush (CVN-77)
Perform cable pulling, banding, and tagging in support of integrated circuit (IC) systems
Installation and wiring of various types of equipment associated with several IC systems such as; 1MC, 3MC, 5MC, 3IV, 14TV, and LV
Perform and assist in tasks required to build shipboard spaces such as, mounting electrical equipment, running cables, installation of electrical equipment, panels and distribution boxes
Organize and coordinate the installation, replacement, and/or repair of IC system equipment
Troubleshoot and repair of IC equipment such as: speakers, audio patch panels (APPs), phone jacks and coaxial cable connectors
Nuclear Propulsion Plant Operator, Electrical November 2004 to May 2007
United States Navy
USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71)
Coordinate and perform preventative maintenance on various electrical control panels, motor controllers, motor generators and diesel generators.
Perform and assist in performing inspection, cleaning, troubleshooting and repairs electrical equipment
Perform and assist in ground isolation and fault finding of electrical circuitry.
Stand electrical watches for safety and operational integrity in accordance with applicable safety procedures and watchstanding guidelines.
Install or replace equipment in accordance with installation plans and documents.
Maintain and repair equipment vital for sustained operation; operate and maintain the nuclear reactor and support equipment.
Organize and participate in casualty response efforts, testing and training in accordance with shipboard standards.
Operate electrical power generation and distribution system, control real and reactive load sharing, respond to casualties as needed to maintain continuity of power to distribution system.
Monitor equipment noise signatures and make necessary repairs to potential equipment failures.
Coordinate and implement workcenter maintenance schedules.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Washington State Food Handlers Permit April 2012
Train and educate people on how to safely store, prepare, and serve food and beverages to prevent foodborne illness.
Nuclear Propulsion Training Unit, Balston Spa, NY April 2004
Train enlisted personnel in the operation and maintenance of an operational nuclear reactor.
Naval Nuclear Power School, Goose Creek, SC September 2003
Train enlisted personnel in nuclear power plant theory and operation.
Electricians Mate A School, Goose Creek, SC March 2003
Train enlisted personnel in the operation and maintenance of electrical equipment.
Naval Basic Military Training, Great Lakes, Ill. January 2003
Train enlisted personnel in basic military procedures, discipline, attention to detail, teamwork and responsibility.
Chatham High School, Chatham, VA June 2002
Graduated with honors
AWARDS, HONORS, AND COMMENDATION
Navy Good Conduct Medal Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Sea Service Deployment Ribbon National Defense Service Medal
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal