Royal Navy

Philip Day

First Name: 
Philip
Last Name: 
Day

I've come from the Military, through Air Traffic Control and into Construction Programme Planning.

I graduated from University in 2011, and have been in junior management roles from the get-go.

I now work in London for an M&E Company using mostly MSP.

Professional Since: 
May-2012 (6.5 yrs experience)
Oldest experience: 
May 2012 (6.5 yrs experience)
Years Experience: 
5
Guild Accreditation: 
GPC Member
GPC Member Since: 
Sat, 2016-10-01 (All day) - Wed, 2055-05-05 (All day)

Aeronautical engineering technicians , Royal Navy, Search and rescue, anti submarines warfare

START Date: 
June, 2008
END Date: 
October, 2011
Aeronautical engineering technician Tasked as part of a team of maintenance engineers keeping the British royal navy’s MK1 Merlin helicopters in optimal working capacity to allow them to fulfill a variety of operational objectives from search and rescue to working as an anti-submarine attack vehicle. Engineering tasks; • Servicing aircraft • Ordering and replacing damaged components • Commencing routine tests on flight systems
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
3000

Aeronautical engineering technicians , Royal Navy, Search and rescue, anti submarines warfare

START Date: 
June, 2008
END Date: 
October, 2011
Aeronautical engineering technician Tasked as part of a team of maintenance engineers keeping the British royal navy’s MK1 Merlin helicopters in optimal working capacity to allow them to fulfill a variety of operational objectives from search and rescue to working as an anti-submarine attack vehicle. Engineering tasks; • Servicing aircraft • Ordering and replacing damaged components • Commencing routine tests on flight systems
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
3000

Aeronautical engineering technicians , Royal Navy, Search and rescue, anti submarines warfare

START Date: 
June, 2008
END Date: 
October, 2011
Aeronautical engineering technician Tasked as part of a team of maintenance engineers keeping the British royal navy’s MK1 Merlin helicopters in optimal working capacity to allow them to fulfill a variety of operational objectives from search and rescue to working as an anti-submarine attack vehicle. Engineering tasks; • Servicing aircraft • Ordering and replacing damaged components • Commencing routine tests on flight systems
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
3000

Aeronautical engineering technicians , Royal Navy, Search and rescue, anti submarines warfare

START Date: 
June, 2008
END Date: 
October, 2011
Aeronautical engineering technician Tasked as part of a team of maintenance engineers keeping the British royal navy’s MK1 Merlin helicopters in optimal working capacity to allow them to fulfill a variety of operational objectives from search and rescue to working as an anti-submarine attack vehicle. Engineering tasks; • Servicing aircraft • Ordering and replacing damaged components • Commencing routine tests on flight systems
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
3000

Aeronautical engineering technicians , Royal Navy, Search and rescue, anti submarines warfare

START Date: 
June, 2008
END Date: 
October, 2011
Aeronautical engineering technician Tasked as part of a team of maintenance engineers keeping the British royal navy’s MK1 Merlin helicopters in optimal working capacity to allow them to fulfill a variety of operational objectives from search and rescue to working as an anti-submarine attack vehicle. Engineering tasks; • Servicing aircraft • Ordering and replacing damaged components • Commencing routine tests on flight systems
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
3000

Aeronautical engineering technicians , Royal Navy, Search and rescue, anti submarines warfare

START Date: 
June, 2008
END Date: 
October, 2011
Aeronautical engineering technician Tasked as part of a team of maintenance engineers keeping the British royal navy’s MK1 Merlin helicopters in optimal working capacity to allow them to fulfill a variety of operational objectives from search and rescue to working as an anti-submarine attack vehicle. Engineering tasks; • Servicing aircraft • Ordering and replacing damaged components • Commencing routine tests on flight systems
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
3000

Aeronautical engineering technicians , Royal Navy, Search and rescue, anti submarines warfare

START Date: 
June, 2008
END Date: 
October, 2011
Aeronautical engineering technician Tasked as part of a team of maintenance engineers keeping the British royal navy’s MK1 Merlin helicopters in optimal working capacity to allow them to fulfill a variety of operational objectives from search and rescue to working as an anti-submarine attack vehicle. Engineering tasks; • Servicing aircraft • Ordering and replacing damaged components • Commencing routine tests on flight systems

Commissioned Officer, Royal Navy, N/A

START Date: 
May, 2012

Officer in the Royal Navy. Initially Full Time, now Part Time.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
50
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
0
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
0

Marine Engineer, Royal Navy, Royal Navy

START Date: 
October, 1964

Basic Training as Marine Engineering Mechanic on Surface ships, Floating Docks, Dockyard Maintenance Teams and Nuclear Submarines.

Qualified on all types of machinery from Air Compressors, Diesel Generators, Hydraulic Systems, Sea Water Services and Oil Systems. Many more too numerous to list.

Finally qualified as Unit Watchkeeper onboard HMS Revenge taking charge of 2 Main Steam Turbines and Auxiliiary Equipment.

Qualifications to ONC level.

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