U.S. Navy, USS Reagan
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William Lynch’s accomplishments and recognition are outstanding. He’s a model example of what’s possible when Veterans ACT. His resume demonstrates Officer Lynch’s exceptional academic knowledge abilities and capacity. Coupled with the experiential knowledge Officer Lynch has learned Being Trainable, gives him the education, skill sets, and distinctions to help and empower any Veteran seeking to achieve goals beyond their current life. William Lynch is Being Trainable.
Armed Forces Humanitarian Service Medal
September 2011 Awarded medal for efforts in support of humanitarian aid efforts during Fukushima-Daichi reactor plant accident of 2011.
Awarded Admiral’s Letter of Commendation for performance as radiological decontamination support team member during the Fukushima reactor accident of March 2011.
Played a major role in preventing the spread of radioactive contamination throughout the USS Ronald Reagan and its aircraft allowing the delivery of thousands of pounds of food and clean water during its humanitarian support mission in the region.
Skills Used Absolute trustworthiness, safety, and integrity in nuclear power plant maintenance, operation, and qualifications.
US Navy Career
- Nuclear Propulsion Plant Operator-Mechanical
- United States Navy – San Diego, CA – December 2008 to December 2014
While possessing Top Secret Government Security Clearance: Supervised, operated, and performed organizational level maintenance on mechanical systems for nuclear propulsion plants including propulsion and electrical turbines, desalinization plants, refrigerant units, air compressors, air driers/moisture separators, and other auxiliaries and support systems.
Extensive maintenance and troubleshooting experience. Planned, scheduled, and ensured completion of both corrective and required maintenance. Supervised and trained a group of 30 personnel on maintenance practices. Liaison between multiple work organizations both military and civilian.
- Project Manager – Senior Commissioning Agent
GMC Commissioning, Inc. – San Diego, California – February 2019 – September 2019
Design reviews including OPR, BOD, Plans, and Specifications. Review of submittals and shop drawings. Developing Commissioning Plans. Developing project-specific test scripts including Pre-Functional Checklists (PFC), Functional Performance Tests (FPT), and Integrated Systems Tests (IST). Understanding/experience with Monitoring-Based Commissioning (MBCx). Onsite execution/witness of test protocols. Running commissioning meetings, capturing and delivering meeting minutes to the project team. Managing the resolution of Commissioning Issues. Developing commissioning reports. Developing systems manuals and operational & maintained manuals. Developing Current Facilities Requirements (CFR). Technical knowledge of system design, installation, operation, and maintenance in the following areas: Fire and Life Safety (sprinkler and non-sprinkler) Mechanical Systems (HVAC). Electrical Systems. Plumbing System. Conveyance controls and requirements. Controls and Automation. Building Automation Systems (BAS, BMS, etc.). Building Envelope. Client management skills. Retro-Commissioning (RCx) and Energy Auditing Experience.
- Chief Facilities Engineer/Maintenance Planner
Albireo Energy, Alexandria Real Estate Equities Portfolio – San Diego, California – July 2017-February 2019
Operated, maintained, and scheduled third-party service for (5) 2-Chiller HVAC Central Plants and associated automated building management systems (BMS) and Fire & Life Systems for 650,000+ sq ft of class “A” multi-tenant Bio-med facilities and associated data centers. Expeditiously learned multiple facilities layouts and operations within a short time frame of 1 month. Assumed full responsibility for all facets of operation at the facilities within 2 months of hire.
- Maintenance Manager
Tesla Automotive/Futuris Automotive – Newark, CA – July 2015 to July 2017
Built and implemented Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) including writing, scheduling, and tracking preventative maintenance, corrective maintenance, and standard operating procedures for the 5-member maintenance team. Responsible for maintaining continuity of operation of various PLC platforms running automated vehicle seating, robotic headliner assembly, and robotic welding assembly lines by performing daily, weekly, and monthly preventative maintenance, Electro-mechanical troubleshooting, and corrective maintenance immediately as the need arises.
Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program in Nuclear chemistry, radiological controls, and mechanical operations.
Naval Nuclear Power Training Command – Charleston, SC 2008 to 2011
San Diego City College; AS – HVAC engineering/design – San Diego, CA January 2018 to Present
Facilities Management (5 years), Mechanical operation (13 years), Maintenance (13 years), Automated systems operation and troubleshooting (5 years), Robotics / Manufacturing Automation (2 years)