Sean has been with NAI Chase Commercial for 2 years as a Maintenance Technician.
- Wallace State University Sept 2004 – Dec 2006
- Troy University Jan-May 2004
- Cable way Inspection and Installation School September 2000
- Fairfield Southern Locomotive Engineer Training
- U.S. Navy Electrician’s “A” School April 2000
- U.S. Naval Electrical “Core” School March 2000
- Engineering Common Core Course November 1999
Background & Experience
Road And Rail
⦁ Manage the movement of locomotives and Crews.
⦁ Schedule Crews and shipment of railcars.
⦁ Ensuring all rules are being followed.
Utility Man, Locomotive Engineer, Train Switchman.
⦁ Lead crews in safe job briefings and a safe work environment.
⦁ Assist in scheduling crews, after receiving customer orders, to line up the work to be completed for the day.
⦁ Assisted crews on the ground.
⦁ Directed and instructed crews on switching orders while monitoring and controlling crew movements.
⦁ Operation of locomotive to service U.S. Steel.
⦁ Switchmen duties, spotting the train and cars while giving operator accurate updates.
⦁ Dumping iron ore and coke from hoppers.
Nielsen Media Research
⦁ Maintain and install computer equipment in surveyed households that monitors television activities for viewing habits.
⦁ Maintenance upkeep and replacement of mechanical and electrical equipment, such as motors, trays and gear boxes.
Sanders Lead Company, Inc.
⦁ Troubleshoot and repaired all electrical problems.
⦁ Daily preventive safety checks
⦁ Installed motors and control panels.
United States Navy
U.S.S. Nimitz CVN-68
Electrician’s Mate Third Class
⦁ Perform preventive maintenance checks on all electrical panels and control boxes;
⦁ Respond to trouble calls
⦁ One bravo repair electrician during battle stations, qualified AFT steering watch, load center rover watch, anchor windless watch
⦁ Basic firefighting qualified, firefighting electrician, 301 maintenance repaired qualified
⦁ Assisted overhaul of ship involving propulsion plant and weapons systems.