Underwater Vehicle Technician / Vessel Captain
- BS Technical-Vocational
Study / Technology Education, April 1992,
University of West Florida.
- 100 Ton Captain's Master License
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas of study:
CAD, Drafting (Architectural and Mechanical), Electronics, Metal Working,
Welding, Cabinet Making, Mechanics, Physics Education
10 of 30 hours completed towards Masters in Technical Education
at USF Tampa. Area of study: Robotics.
- University of South Florida, Center for
Ocean Technology (March 2001 ?Present)
- ROVLab Technician and First Mate: Maintain
underwater vehicle ROVs and AUVs; design and build brackets for
underwater sensors for ROVs and AUVs; calibrate and deploy underwater
sensors; trouble shoot electrical/electronic problems; build
and repair underwater cables (micro soldering and potting of
- Co-captain R.V. Sea Hawk: Maintain and operate 38ft research
vessel; deploy and recover underwater
vehicles and other marine science research equipment; provide
diver topside support; work in Tampa Bay waters, Gulf of Mexico
- Volt Telecommunications, St.
Petersburg (January 1999 –June 2001)
Copper and Fiberoptic Cable Technician: Spliced, tested,
terminated large fiber optic and copper cables.
- Independent Contractor, St.
Petersburg (January 1996 –January 1999)
programmed, and maintained business key systems; installed Cat
5 data systems.
- Teacher, Land Surveyor,
Independent Construction Contractor, Ft.
Walton Beach, St. Petersburg (January 1992 –January
of technical education; and also performed a variety of duties
as land surveyor and independent construction contractor.
Bay Fisheries (September 1979 ?986)
Fisherman; crew member and
later owner/operator: Fished commercially; supply king crab,
snow crab, salmon, herring and halibut; operated and maintained
32ft to t110f commercial fishing boats in areas off shore of Kodiak
Island, Alaska, the Bearing Sea, and Gulf of Mexico (1984 and
1985). Caribbean fishing deep water golden empress crab and lobster.