MARKNEIL J. SILVA
My objective is to obtain a job in maintenance and entry level management
QUALIFICATIONS and RELATED SKILLS
Qualified Machinery Upper Level Watch & Subordinate Machinery Operations (Navy Certified)
Advanced Damage Control (Navy Certified)
Leadership Training Continuum (Navy Certified)
Repair Parts/Supply Parts Petty Officer (Navy Certified)
Reactor Plant/Steam Plant Safety/Cleanliness Inspector (Navy Certified)
Quality Assurance Inspector/Administrator (Navy Certified)
Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
Internet Search Engines
Type 60-65 wpm
Served on active duty as an experienced Machinist’s Mate in the United States Navy from 2001 to 2005, and was directly responsible for managing and operating power distribution in a Naval Aircraft Carrier and maintaining all mechanical equipment, including distilling units, re-boilers, turbine generators, lube oil purifiers, pumps, and piping systems. Duties also included administrative tasks such as enforcing ship plan manual, safety procedures, and valve maintenance systems, filing corresponding reports and daily tasks. As a Nuclear Machinist Mate, I was also obligated to support Flight Operations by safely and accurately providing power to aircraft systems.
6 years of experience maintaining mechanical equipment including timely efficient emergency repairs vital to the nuclear reactor support equipment. Duties included entry and filing of all necessary work orders and corresponding paperwork.
5 years experience in supervising and maintaining nuclear reactor support equipment, including the operation of mission essential turbines, reduction gears, and main engines. Duties included filing and turning in all forms in a timely manner.
Performed as a counselor that guided and motivated numerous students throughout their intensive qualification process.
Supervised personnel in the planned and preventative maintenance in the Propulsion Plant for cyclic Operational Reactor Safeguards Examinations.
As a qualified Shutdown Machinery Operator, was directly responsible in the operation and management of the machinery spaces of a Nuclear Aircraft Carrier in shutdown conditions.
As a Millwright Technician for McFarland Cascade Lumber and Pole from 2005 to 2006; Experienced in fabricating, installing, assembling, lining and adjusting of all machines including modular equipment used in the transmission of power in buildings, factories or elsewhere, be that power, steam electric, natural gas, gasoline, water, air diesel, atomic and hydraulic systems.
As a Utility Operator/Mechanic for Genentech Pharmaceutical from 2006 to 2007; Assisted and administered SOPs, GMP’s, Maneuver Control Systems, Building Maintenance Systems, and Piping and instrument and Systematic diagrams. Also managed in generating work orders and requests. Strongly involved with daily project management for ordering and delivery of bulk materials.
As a Maintenance Technician for Smurfit Stone Container Co. I am responsible for maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing cardboard box machinery and related equipment (Corrugators, Stackers, Packing Machine, Boilers and Print/Press Machineries).
As a Technician for the San Francisco Airport I am responsible for the proper operation and maintenance of the conveyor systems, jet ways and other related equipments.
[2005- Bachelor’s Degree – Administrative/Management Hoffman, Illinois
2006] American Intercontinental University
 Quality Assurance Inspector School Bremerton, Washington
Navy Certified Quality Assurance Inspector.
 Machinist’s Mate “A” School Great Lakes, Illinois
Navy Apprentice Certified – Over 8,000 hours of machinery operational experience.
Mechanical Core School Great Lakes, Illinois
Navy Mechanical Engineer Certified.
Engineer Core School Great Lakes, Illinois
Navy Core Mechanic Certified.
[2001-2002] School for Damage Control and Administration Great Lakes, Illinois
Navy Certified Damage Control Inspector.
Nuclear power plant Security Clearance (NAV/SEA) from the Naval/Everett, WA Station.
Naval Good Conduct Award
Awarded to sailors who served for more than three years without misconduct.
Captain Appreciation Award
Received this award twice. Award given to sailors who has shown great progress in the Naval Maintenance in the Propulsion plant for Cyclic Operational Reactor Safeguard Examinations.
Hard Charger of the Month
Awarded to sailors who has provided exceptional and valuable contribution to the maintenance of the Navy’s Propulsion Plant.
References provided upon request.