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Nuclear Technician Maintenance Supervisor in USA Resume Gregory Duenes

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Gregory Duenes completed 8 month training to become a Nuclear Facility Operator. (Modeled after the Navy’s Nuclear power school) This training included classes in Reactor Operations, Classical Physics, Nuclear Physics concentrating on structure of matter, Defect and Binding Energy, Radioactivity, Neutron Interaction, Nuclear Fission, and Cross-Section and Moderation.

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									Gregory V Duenes

                                           Idaho Falls ID 83404

                                          dunes67@gmail.com

                                          Home (208)524-4961

                                          Cell (208)360-7203

Work Experience

2012 to present          E2 consulting Engineers

Security escort in Ohio at the American Centrifuge Project providing Q Cleared escort to secure areas for
non- cleared personnel


1991 to 2012     Battelle Energy Alliance (Idaho National Laboratory)

   2009-2012 Nuclear Facility Technician (Research Technician)

Completed 8 month training to become a Nuclear Facility Operator. (Modeled after the Navy’s
Nuclear power school) This training included classes in Reactor Operations, Classical Physics, Nuclear
Physics concentrating on structure of matter, Defect and Binding Energy, Radioactivity, Neutron
Interaction, Nuclear Fission, and Cross-Section and Moderation. Other classes were: Print Reading
Fundamentals, Chemistry Fundamentals, Instrument and Control Fundamentals, Plant and Instrument
Air, Oxygen-monitoring Systems, Waste Management Fundamentals, Chain of Custody, Hydrogen
Safety Training, Electrical Science, Mechanical Science, Pump Theory and Operations, Motor and
Motor Control Fundamentals and Conduct of Operations.

After the above training, I was assigned to the Hot Fuels Examination Facility (HFEF) as a Nuclear
Technician. Completed facility-specific training to become a senior nuclear technician at HFEF.
Assigned as a mentor for less-experienced techs. Worked in post-irradiation examination. Took fuel
samples freshly out of reactors, cut them up into smaller samples, made met mounts out them placed
them on electron microscope to see how the reactor affected different types of fuel. Worked with
nuclear engineers on developing more efficient types of fuels. Took leadership role in cask handling,
handling the receipt and shipping of casks, as well as the loading and unloading of casks in 2 facilities.
In this job it was very important that we were on schedule as the samples were very time sensitive.
Qualified as critical lift person in charge for all critical lifts in both facilities. Led the procedure review
team for HFEF, developing new procedures and methods for complex non-routine processes. Served
as the employee safety team representative for HFEF.
    2002-2008 D&D Supervisor/ Maintenance Supervisor

       Lead team to D&D (Decontaminate and Disassemble) 13 pieces of contaminated equipment,
maintaining OSHA, CERCLA, State, and INL site regulations. Coordinated and scheduled the necessary
work done by carpenters, laborers, heavy-equipment operators, waste-generation services, heavy-
equipment mechanics, and environmental engineers. We came in on, time under budget, and on
schedule

Lead team of 4 mechanics that worked on equipment in the Advance Retrieval Project (ARP) that was
reading in the millions of disintegration's per minute. This equipment required daily repair due to the
load of ancillary systems added, such as: compressed oxygen tank for operators, fire suppression
system, camera systems, decontamination systems, and exhaust scrubbers.

     1994-2008 Maintenance Supervisor

Supervisor of Vehicle Maintenance shop at INL Idaho Technology and Engineering Center (INTEC)
Nuclear Facility. Specialized in maintaining fleet for entire nuclear facility. Lead team to refurbish two
Straddle Carriers, which carried casks within INTEC. This included working for 9 months in acid suits,
full-face respirators and radiation PPE. Lead team in refurbishing 60 ft. Renner Gantry Crane.
Designed a limit-system that had to start & stop within ¼ inch within the 60 foot span. Did
maintenance and upkeep for 13 pieces of highly contaminated, dilapidated excavating equipment for
4 years. This equipment was used for the shut-down and removal of INTEC high-level liquid waste
tanks. (Tank Farm)



        SKILLS/CERTIFACATIONS

•       Active D.O.E Q Clearance

•       Commercial Driver's License Class A

•       Certified Fissile Material Handler ( Nuclear fuel handler)

•       Certified Hot Cell Operator

•       Certified Radiological Glove Box Worker

•       Certified Cask Handler

•       Certified Model J,F,t,I and 50 Master Slave Manipulator Operator

•       Certified Plutonium , Uranium, Beryllium, Asbestos, Lead and Cryogenics

•       Certified On-the-Job Training Instructor

•       D.O.E Radiation II worker
•      Respirator worker ( Full face, Bubble hood, PAPR ,AIR Line and SCBA)

•      Hazwopper 24/ 40 (Supervisor)

•      Confined Space (Entry Supervisor)

•      Fire-Watch Trained

•      Lockout Tag out Trained

•      Higher than Normal Risk Electrical Safety Trained

•      Overhead and Mobile Cranes

•      Nationally Certified Mobile Crane Inspector

•      Aerial Lift, Bucket and Boom Operator

•      Forklift Operator

•      RECRA/CERCLA worker

•      Conduct of Operations Trained



EDUCATION


University of Idaho Presently Junior in Engineering Department (Industrial Technology)

Idaho State University Associates of Applied Science in Advanced Diesel Technology

Idaho State University Certificate of Advanced Diesel Technology

								
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