Jonathan W. Willingham

Willingham, Jonathan W.,

Engineer-In-Training - EIT Certification No.10242

Certified Energy Manager - CEM Certification No.12844

Certified Energy Auditor - CEA Certification No. 10242

Level II Thermographer - ITC Certification No.12707

Present Assignment: Integrity Institute of Technology, Florence, Alabama

  • Provide technical seminars on power quality and energy conservation.

  • Electrical consulting and Audits

  • Provide power quality studies.

Education: Degree Received

4 years, High School, Franklin, Tennessee graduated 1968

1 year, Calhoun Jr. College, Decatur, Alabama transferred

3 years, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama Engineering 1973

Work History:

Tennessee Valley Authority (Customer Group)

April 2003 to November 2010 – Energy Services Supervisor, Muscle Shoals and Huntsville, Alabama

  • Supervise the work of 6 Engineers

  • Provide electrical support to 25 power distributors in the Alabama service area.

  • Perform power quality studies on commercial and industrial facilities.

  • Provide Energy Audit on Commercial and Industrial facilities.

  • Provide electrical design for commercial and industrial facilities.

  • Provide infrared scans on the electrical distribution system for commercial and industrial facilities.

  • Provide HVAC design for commercial and industrial facilities.

Leave of absents

US Army (Enduring Freedom)

December 2008 to December 2009 - Electrical Engineer – Army Corps of Engineers Afghanistan

  • Performed design reviews, field inspections, reviewed contractor’s submittals and developed scopes of work.

  • Performed power quality analysis and electrical repairs.

Nov. 2003 to May 2004 - Electrical Engineer - Army Corp of Engineers Afghanistan

  • Provide cost estimates for electrical projects

  • Provide master planning for Afghanistan utilities.

  • Evaluated electrical projects by contractors

  • Provided electrical design for Kabul hospital upgrade project.

March 2002 to March 2003 – Theater Electrical Engineer-Middle East

  • Provide electrical design for base camps in Kuwait, Djibouti, Africa, Qatar, Egypt and Omen.

  • Project manager for projects in Egypt, Omen and Jordan

Tennessee Valley Authority (Customer Group)

January 1980 to March 2002 - Power Utilization Engineer

Muscle Shoals, Alabama

  • Provide electrical support to our power distributors.

  • Perform power quality studies on commercial and industrial facilities.

  • Provide electrical design for commercial and industrial facilities.

  • Provide infrared scans on the electrical distribution system for commercial and industrial facilities.

  • Provide HVAC design for commercial and industrial facilities.

  • Served as the Energy Coordinator from 1981 until the position was discontinued in 1998.

Tennessee Valley Authority (Brown Ferry Nuclear Plant)

June 1979 - January 1980 - Electrical Maintenance, Athens, Alabama

  • Responsible for maintaining motor generator sets and on-site and off-site power.

  • Developed engineer maintenance instructions for inspection and check out of critical systems.

  • Supervised the work of (6) electricians as required.

Engelhard Industries

December 1978 - June 1979 - Senior Plant Engineer

Huntsville, Alabama

  • Responsible for electrical maintenance on both catalyst and silver nitrate plants.

  • Designed motor control center and lighting layout for new construction.

  • Inspected electrical installation.

  • Designed an emergency generator system using load management controls.

  • Supervised the work of (10) electricians and coordinated work with electrical contractors.

Willis Engineering

January 1978 - December 1978 - Project Engineer

Florence, Alabama

  • Responsible for coordination of projects with the architect, power distributor and owner.

  • Designed distribution centers, lighting layout, electrical layout, and inspected electrical installations.

Royal Electric

March 1977 - January 1978 - Project Engineer

Florence, Alabama

  • Responsible for coordination of projects with the architect, power distributor and owner.

  • Designed distribution centers, lighting and electrical layouts.

  • Provided technical advice and recommendations.

  • Inspected electrical installations.

Southern Company Services

March 1974 - March 1977 - Engineer II Birmingham, Alabama

  • Responsible for wiring design for 4160 volt switchgear, 480 volt motor control centers, 208 volt motor control center, station services system, ( such as condensate pumps, recirculation pumps and emergency drain valves), fire protection system, and control consoles.

  • Wiring checkout to bring power plant into service and environment designs to comply with Federal law.

  • Supervised the work of (2) designers and (1) draftsman.

Alabama Power Company (construction site)

September 1973 - March 1974 - Jr. Engineer, Wilsonville, Alabama

  • Responsible for procurement of electrical equipment.

  • Plan review for redesign recommendations incidental to field problems

Military:

Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserves, Retired

Served 26 years.

Responsibilities:

Last Assignment: Team leader for the 416th Facility Engineer Center South East – Huntsville Team.

Coordinated the work of 6 engineer officers and 2 engineer NCOs.

  • Provide technical support for 416th and 412th Engineer Commands.

  • Coordinate work with the 81st Regional Support Command.

  • Perform electrical evaluations and recommendations on army reserve facilities in the Southeast United states.

  • Perform special electrical projects in Middle East, Central

American and Southwest Asia.

YEARS OF COMMISSIONED SERVICE: 26 years

TOTAL YEARS OF SERVICE: 26 years

PRESENT ASSIGNMENT: Retired

CURRENT OCCUPATION: Energy Services Supervisor, Tennessee Valley Authority, Huntsville, Alabama

MILITARY SCHOOLS ATTENDED

United States Army Strategic Mobility Planning Course

Engineer School - Basic and Advanced Courses

United States Army Command and General Staff College

EDUCATIONAL DEGREE(S)

Auburn University - BS Degree – Electrical Engineering

JONATHAN WAYNE WILLINGHAM, Lieutenant Colonel, Engineer (USAR), 420-64-8016

MAJOR DUTY ASSIGNMENTS

Aug 82-Apr 85: Platoon Leader, Horizontal Construction Platoon, Company C, 926th Engineering Battalion (H), Huntsville, Alabama

Apr 85-Oct 86: Assistant Battalion Controller, Engineering Team 1, 87th Training Division, Birmingham, Alabama

Oct 86-Feb 87: Executive Officer, Company D, 926th Engineering Battalion (H), Decatur, Alabama

Feb 87-Dec 88: Company Commander, Company C, 926th Engineering Battalion (H), Huntsville, Alabama

Dec 88-Nov 89: Assistant Battalion Controller, Engineering Team 1, 87th Training Division, Birmingham, Alabama

Nov 89-Aug 91: S-1, Headquarters, 926th Engineering Battalion (H), Birmingham, Alabama

Aug 91-Jul 93: Assistant Battalion Controller, Engineering Team 1, 87th Training Division, Birmingham, Alabama

Jul 93-Jul 96: Electrical Engineer, 926th Engineer Group, Montgomery, Alabama

Aug 96-Jul 98: S-1, 926th Engineer Group, Montgomery, Alabama

Jul 98-Mar 02: Electrical Engineer, 416th Facility Engineer Group Southeast, Decatur, Georgia

Liaison officer with the 81st RSC, Birmingham, Alabama

Active Duty

Mar 02-Dec 02: Electrical Engineer, Headquarters, 416th ENCOM, Kuwait

Dec 02-Mar 03: Electrical Engineer, 416th Facility Engineer Group Southeast, Qatar

USAR - Not on Active Duty (continued)

Mar 03-Nov 03: Electrical Engineer, 416th Facility Engineer Group Southeast, Decatur, Georgia

Active Duty

Nov 03-May 04: Program Coordinator, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Afghanistan

May 04-Nov 08 Facility Engineer / Team Leader, 416th Facility Engineer Center Southeast, Engineer Team 6, Huntsville, Alabama

Active Duty

Dec 08-May 09 Electrical Engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Afghanistan

June 09-Dec 09 Electrical Engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Afghanistan (Corps Civilian with TVA)

PROMOTIONS DATES OF APPOINTMENT

Rank Component Date

2LT USAR 24 Aug 82

1LT USAR 24 Aug 85

CPT ARNG 24 Aug 89

MAJ USAR 24 Aug 96

LTC USAR 13 Jan 03

US DECORATIONS AND BADGES

Joint Service Commendation Medal (2)

Army Commendation Medal (with 1 Oak Leaf Cluster)

Army Achievement Medal

Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal (with 4 Oak Leaf Clusters)

National Defense Service Medal (with 1 Bronze Service Star)

Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal

Afghanistan Campaign Medal W/Campaign Star

Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal

Armed Forces Reserve Medal (with Silver Hourglass and “M” Device 2nd Award)

Army Service Ribbon

Army Reserve Components Overseas Training Ribbon (with 2 Oak Leaf Clusters)

NATO Medal

SOURCE OF COMMISSION DIRECT SECTION VI, AR 135-100, (24 August 82)

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