Maksudul Ali

Maksudul Ali

Works at:

US Navy Reserve

Location in:

Frederiksberg, United States

Maksudul Ali

Currently

Works at:
US Navy Reserve
Location in:
Frederiksberg, United States

Bio

Former US Navy Submarine Officer with over 11 years of diversified experience in military and nuclear submarine operations with international and overseas stays. Accomplished in all aspects of leading personnel, nuclear propulsion plant operations and maintenance, naval planning and operations, operational risk management, and senior-level communications.

Maksudul has worked/studied in

  • Bahrain
  • Italy
  • United States of America

Maksudul speaks

  • Bengali
  • English
  • Italian

Maksudul has experience in

  • Aerospace / Defence
  • Government / Public sector / Non-profit

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Work

2014 – present

TASW Officer

US Navy Reserve
2017
(Feb – Sep)

Staff Officer

United States Navy , Italy
2014 – 2015
(Sep – Aug)

Design Engineer Senior Advisor

Dell Services , United States of America
  • Provided cost effective business systems and applications analysis in support of submarine program office. Directly interfaced with shipbuilder and government engineering teams to facilitate exchange of information for submarine design products.
  • Database management, action item tracking, issue resolution, classified material management, direct interaction with government clients, technical writing, and acquisition program management support
  • Operated as a liaison between technical personnel
  • Evaluated and translated program needs and problems to technical associates and/or vendors where appropriate
2012 – 2014

Submarine Scheduler

United States Navy- CTF 69 , Italy
  • Directly responsible for SIXTH Fleet Submarine Operations. Managed submarine deployments throughout the European and African theaters.
  • Maintained submarine operational costs within strict budgetary confinements, allowing government operations to continue seamlessly during periods of fiscal austerity.
  • Successfully scheduled over 21 submarine deployments to SIXTH FLEET within 2 years, resulting in completed operations worth over $800 million.
  • Applied best operational procedures to plan and coordinate challenging time-sensitive ship and personnel movements, saving lives. Recognized situational urgency of operations and delivered immediate results.
2011 – 2012
(Jul – May)

Deputy Officer in Charge

United States Navy- CTF 54 Detachment Bahrain , Bahrain
  • Directly responsible for FIFTH Fleet Submarine Operations. Advised senior executives regarding undersea warfare capabilities and current submarine operations in the Central theater.
  • Routinely represented senior supervisor leadership to fleet executives concerning current operations and assets available associated with Chief Executive’s mission.
  • Delivered detailed operational briefings to Chief Executive and senior executives concerning current submarine operations, empowering leaders with situational awareness to make command decisions during periods of heightened threat levels.
2010 – 2011
(Jun – Jun)

Quality Assurance and Assistant Engineer Officer

United States Navy , United States of America
  • Second in charge of a 60-man department of engineering technicians responsible for the operation of a naval nuclear propulsion plant. Directed work procedures and safety drills. Implemented engineering department training.
  • Qualified Navy Nuclear Engineer by Naval Reactors, military equivalent to Professional Nuclear Engineer.
  • Successfully maintained Quality Assurance (QA) maintenance standards, ensuring critical submarine safety boundaries remained intact to allow ship to complete all operational tasking throughout deployment.
  • Revitalized and maintained QA training program, resulting over in twenty new QA workers, inspectors, and supervisors.
  • Selected to senior executive role during supervisor’s absence, reporting directly to ship’s Captain and successfully taking charge during operational tasking.
  • Administered and monitored engineering exercises to ensure complete safety and strict procedural compliance during difficult and complex training evolutions, resulting in a proficient department of confident sailors for annual engineering exam.

Work

2014 – present

TASW Officer

US Navy Reserve
2017
(Feb – Sep)

Staff Officer

United States Navy , Italy
2014 – 2015
(Sep – Aug)

Design Engineer Senior Advisor

Dell Services , United States of America
  • Provided cost effective business systems and applications analysis in support of submarine program office. Directly interfaced with shipbuilder and government engineering teams to facilitate exchange of information for submarine design products.
  • Database management, action item tracking, issue resolution, classified material management, direct interaction with government clients, technical writing, and acquisition program management support
  • Operated as a liaison between technical personnel
  • Evaluated and translated program needs and problems to technical associates and/or vendors where appropriate
2012 – 2014

Submarine Scheduler

United States Navy- CTF 69 , Italy
  • Directly responsible for SIXTH Fleet Submarine Operations. Managed submarine deployments throughout the European and African theaters.
  • Maintained submarine operational costs within strict budgetary confinements, allowing government operations to continue seamlessly during periods of fiscal austerity.
  • Successfully scheduled over 21 submarine deployments to SIXTH FLEET within 2 years, resulting in completed operations worth over $800 million.
  • Applied best operational procedures to plan and coordinate challenging time-sensitive ship and personnel movements, saving lives. Recognized situational urgency of operations and delivered immediate results.
2011 – 2012
(Jul – May)

Deputy Officer in Charge

United States Navy- CTF 54 Detachment Bahrain , Bahrain
  • Directly responsible for FIFTH Fleet Submarine Operations. Advised senior executives regarding undersea warfare capabilities and current submarine operations in the Central theater.
  • Routinely represented senior supervisor leadership to fleet executives concerning current operations and assets available associated with Chief Executive’s mission.
  • Delivered detailed operational briefings to Chief Executive and senior executives concerning current submarine operations, empowering leaders with situational awareness to make command decisions during periods of heightened threat levels.
2010 – 2011
(Jun – Jun)

Quality Assurance and Assistant Engineer Officer

United States Navy , United States of America
  • Second in charge of a 60-man department of engineering technicians responsible for the operation of a naval nuclear propulsion plant. Directed work procedures and safety drills. Implemented engineering department training.
  • Qualified Navy Nuclear Engineer by Naval Reactors, military equivalent to Professional Nuclear Engineer.
  • Successfully maintained Quality Assurance (QA) maintenance standards, ensuring critical submarine safety boundaries remained intact to allow ship to complete all operational tasking throughout deployment.
  • Revitalized and maintained QA training program, resulting over in twenty new QA workers, inspectors, and supervisors.
  • Selected to senior executive role during supervisor’s absence, reporting directly to ship’s Captain and successfully taking charge during operational tasking.
  • Administered and monitored engineering exercises to ensure complete safety and strict procedural compliance during difficult and complex training evolutions, resulting in a proficient department of confident sailors for annual engineering exam.

Education

2015 – 2016
(Sep – Aug)

Copenhagen Business School (CBS)

Business/Management (MBA)
2013 – 2016

Univeristy of oklahoma

International Relations (Masters)

Additional Info

Nationality:
  • American