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Micheal Malone

Member Since: 05/02/2020

Actively seeking work (Funemployed & Available now)

Current Location:

Oman

Micheal Malone

Personal Information

DOB

14/09/1968

Marital Status

Single

Gender

Male

Smoker

No

Preferred Role

Preferred Vessel

Years Experience

4-6

Travel Information

Nationality

Passport Expiry

30/10/2028

Availability

Visa B1B2

No

Visa C1 D

No

Visa Schengen

Yes

Couple

Work as a Couple

Alone

Appearance

Height

174cm

Weight

80kg

Hair Colour

Brown

Visable Tattoos

No

Languages

Fluent

Basic

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Phone

Email

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Personal Statement

I am seeking to find a position as ETO | 2nd/3rd/Chief/Sole Engineer | AV/IT Officer within the yatching or maritime industry I spent 22 years in the Navy as an Electrical Specialist but I can also bring a wealth of varied knowledge and past experience gleaned from my time served. I dealt with all types of machinery and systems needed on submarines and surface vessels. I completed nine auxiliary machinery certificates which gave me a solid mechanical background as the machinery was fridge and chiller plants, diesel engines, freshwater makers and hydraulic systems along with other systems on ships and submarines. II am qualified upto MCA AEC standard but would consider myself upto at least a Y2/3 level as my knowledge goes a lot further then the AEC. I have worked on ships getting built and those that were in refit at the Portsmouth naval base BAE site and spent 3 years in the Falklands working with standby and main power diesel generators were I frequently helped to service both the Diesel engine as well as the alternators and was a very proactive member of the team. We carried out both planned and reactive maintenance on the stand by generators and remote sites that help the UK forces deployed down there on and around Mount Pleasant airport. I have a good knowledge of AV/IT equipment as part of my SETO responsibilities here in Oman I was electrically responsible for keeping the small to medium craft at four hours notice for a VIP visit. I can learn at a fast pace to anything I am not familiar with. I have run periodic, planned as well as reactive maintenance schedules. I possess sound knowledge of converted supplies that power UPS and DC supplied machinery as well as navigationand general electrical and mechanical work. I pride myself on being able to manage and maintain relationships and being able to communicate effectively with people on all levels. I work well under pressure, either as part of a team or on my own and can adapt myself to other roles quickly. In addition, I am extremely organised, great at problem solving, very safety conscious and a good team leader, being extremely motivated myself and I enjoy keeping the team motivated around me. I am currently in Muscat, Oman, until February 10th 2020 as I have trained an Omani national to take over my job here and have been told my contract will not be renewed due to the country’s Omanisation policy. I will be heading back to the UK around about the 16th February. I am single, never married and have no children so I can go anywere within a 24hr period and would happily relocate.

Basic Qualifications

STCW

STCW2010

Expires:

19/02/2024

Driving License

Yes

Medical

ENG1

Expires:

15/09/2021

Qualifications

Deck (Yacht)

Powerboat Level 2

Engineering (Yacht)

AEC, ETO, MEOL

Find out more about qualifications at MCA, RYA, PYA, PADI, IKO, BWSW, BCU, BSUPA

Experience

Royal Navy

Basically I was trained to maintain and repair electrical systems on warships and submarines used by the UK Royal Navy. I was also a trained fire fighter, first aider, weapons sentry and other duties depending on what the vessel was doing at the time.

From:
July 18, 1986
To:
September 14, 2008

Electrical Fitter and Commisioning specialist

I was employed as part of the electrical department responsible for electrical work and commissioning work on ships getting built within the Portsmouth Naval Bas

From:
March 14, 2009
To:
December 18, 2010

Diesel generator electrician

My job was to be part of a team that carried out planned and reactive maintenance on main and standby diesel generators on the Mount Pleasant military airport in the Falklands My duties also included supervisor duties on the remote radar mountain sites on East and West Falklands. The primary job was to keep the radar running all year around and to maintain all the services on site for a small detachment of RAF personal. These services included servicing the main generators, bunkering and transferring fuel, water management that included daily water chemical checks, daily checks on the sewage treatment plant along with chemical testing of the sewage. All items of electrical machinery including hotel services. Weekly fire alarm testing and maintenance as well as keep accurate records of fuel and water consumption. The mountain sites where regularly cut off due to severe bad weather so I had to adapt to changes in the weather at short notice

From:
February 13, 2011
To:
August 1, 2014
Miles:
n/a
Days:
n/a

Head of Base Electrical Services

Supplying a workforce to carry out work on both the yachts and the shoreside facilities. It also involved training ratings and officers in workshop practises as well as safe electrical procedures

From:
August 16, 2019
Miles:
N/A
Days:
N/A

ETO

I was the electrical officer responsible for maintaining the vessel at four hours notice to take the sovereign of the state or his VIP guests out to sea. I carried various successful dock downs and help trained the ship's company in electrical or mechanical service and repairs

From:
August 16, 2016
To:
February 16, 2019
Miles:
unknown
Days:
weekly sailing with VIP sea days inbetween

ETO

I joined as the ETO and quickly started up a training regime for the ratings in electrical maintenance and repair. I also trained the firefighting teams to carry out three/four/five men re-entry procedures in a fire situation. I had two major docking periods that I had to plan for the electrical section and had to prepare for two Lloyds PSSC checks by ensuring paperwork, machinery, training and routines were in place and to satisfy the Lloyds surveyor. The ship was eventually turned over to the Royal Oman Navy and renamed Al Dhaferah. I had to ensure the electrical department and equipment was in a good material state to hand over to the navy.

From:
August 16, 2014
To:
August 16, 2016
Miles:
unknown
Days:
lots of deployments and weekly sea days

Interests

I am a keen snorkeler and l enjoy been on the water as well as in the water. I am a very keen rifle and pistol enthusiast only on a target range though I love quad biking and used to own my own in the falklands and occasionally go out on the sand dunes here but I am still a bit weary of what lies beneath the sand when I fall off.

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