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Christian Berblinger

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  1. 1. Christian M. Berblinger 1371 Norwood Hills Drive O’Fallon, MO 63366 (310) 462-8349 OBJECTIVE Position utilizing extensive training and experience in Boiler Operation, Control Room Operation, and Maintenance Mechanics, as well as a solid background in Power Plant Operation. SUMMARY Resourceful, analytical and detail-driven individual with capabilities in completing multiple projects with competing deadlines. Aggressive in identifying and resolving inefficient operational processes. Strong team member, able to motivate crews to achieve optimal production rates while maintaining high safety methods and practices. Reliable follow-through skills, fulfilling all administrative requirements from field activities. Clear communicator, both oral and written. Interpersonal skills interface effectively with coworkers and management . Excel in unpredictable and hectic environments. • City of St. Louis Class 1 Stationary Engineer licensed. • Certified and licensed in the State of California as a Unlimited Steam Operator with Turbine Endorsement. (License # P023685) • Process Engineer experience includes Power Plant Operator, Control Room Operator, Maintenance Mechanic and Boiler Operator, and District Heating and Cooling Facilities. • Graduate of U.S. Naval Class-A Enginemen School with honors. EXPERIENCE Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, St. Louis, MO Utilities Specialist, 2012 – Present • In depth knowledge and operation of all chemical plant utility systems, including: boilers, thermal oxidizing units, steam stripping columns, demineralizers, water softeners, chillers, cooling towers, air compressors, waste water neutralization, and all associated equipment • Monitored and operated various computer control systems including: Wonderware, Factory Talk, Metasys, Maximo • Performed and documented detailed preventive maintenance on all afore mention equipment and systems • Operated and adhered to the standards set forth by the FDA, DEA, EPA, OSHA, and St. Louis MSD • Continually trained on cGMP, Hazcom, plant emergency response, safety and environmental
  2. 2. Veolia Energy, Century City, CA Senior Plant Operator, 2002 - 2012 Plant Operator, 1994 - 2000 • Operated, maintained and repaired stationary engines and mechanical equipment such as: steam turbines, diesel engine generators, centrifugal chillers, air compressors, motors and pumps, and superheated boilers • Ensured surveillances, audits and appraisals were conducted regularly to assess compliance with applicable procedures, directives, and orders with environmental, safety and health considerations and maintained an efficient records system • Skilled in troubleshooting and problem solving • Monitored production rates, and planned rework processes to improve production • Tested machinery and equipment to ensure conformance to performance specifications and to ensure safety • Outstanding problem solver in high-pressure atmosphere, consistently maintain a professional and concerned manner • Specialized in repair and maintenance of stationary engines, mechanical equipment, and diesel engine generators, air compressors, as well as steam turbines and various centrifugal chillers. • Adhered to all State and Federal laws Sunlaw Energy Partners, Vernon, CA Power Plant Operator, 2000 – 2002 • Operated and controlled machinery of a 56 MW combined cycle generating station in order to generate electric power, using control boards and semi-automatic equipment • Successfully operated a state of the art SCOnOX catalyst system • Maintained and repaired electrical power distribution machinery and equipment • Examined and tested electrical power distribution machinery and equipment, using testing devices • Specialized in repair and maintenance mechanical equipment, HRSG's, air and gas compressors, as well as, gas turbine engines, steam turbines and various supporting equipment. • Monitored control and switchboard gauges to determine electrical power distribution met specifications • Adjusted controls on equipment to generate specified electrical power • Compiled and recorded operational data in log books United States Navy, Long Beach, CA Engineman E4, 1990 – 1994 • Served as the in-port engineering central control station operator, the auxiliary machine room supervisor and was appointed electro-hydraulic steering gear specialist. • Determined parts supply, maintenance tasks, safety procedures, and service schedule required to maintain machines and equipment in prescribed condition • Conducted experiments to test and analyze existing designed and equipment to obtain data on performance of product, and prepared reports • Investigated equipment failures and difficulties, diagnosed faulty operation, and made recommendations to maintenance crew • Supervised and conducted maintenance on entire auxiliary system, centrifugal chiller systems and monitored K-17 Allison gas turbine generators • Leader of the desalinization process for the ship in order to create clean usable water • Honorably served two tours of duty in support of Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm
  3. 3. • Honorable discharge EDUCATION United States Navy Class-A Enginemen School, Great Lakes, IL 1990 – 1991, Diploma, 1991 Naval Class-A Enginemen Training Earned class leader for being rated top of my class in performance Universal Refrigeration Technician certified Detroit Diesel V Series Technician certified Hazelwood Central High School, St. Louis, MO, High School Diploma, 1989

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