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operations manager

Location:
san antonio, Texas, 78219, United States
Salary:
open
Posted:
February 28, 2008
Contact Info:
***************@*******.***


RICHARD L. SCALLION
**** **** *** **
San Antonio TX 78219
Email address: ***************@*******.***
( 832-***-**** )

OBJECTIVE

Maintain effectiveness when experiencing major changes in work task and adjusting effectively to work within new structures , processes or requirements. Set up ongoing procedures to collect and
review information needed to manage work and ongoing activities within it. Establish courses of action to insure that work is completed efficiently.

SUMMARY

Detailed oriented individual with a well developed and in depth background in management . Setting high standards of performance for self and others; assuming responsibility and accountabillity
for successfully completing assignments or task ; self-imposing standards of excellence rather than having standards imposed. The ability to clearly communicate in terms that are clearly understandable by internal and external customers.I am action oriented with a sense of urgency and responsiveness in solving problems and meeting the business needs.I quickly comprehend new computer systems, And
have proficiency in the use of personal computer , including basic microsoft office applications.



EXPERIENCE

STOCK BUILDING SUPPLY., Houston, Texas 2005 - 2007
Operations Manager
Responsible for the purchase and delivery of lumber products. Communications with i.e., managers, outside sales support personnel, drivers, and yard personnel. Provided weekly status reports on various orders. Prepared weekly delivery reports for submission. Verified and investigated all derogatory information on all delivery accounts. Also managed daily duties; weekly budgets for drivers and yard personnel. Maintained business relationships with commercial accounts and other high profile customers. Implemented policy and procedures for truck and fork lift maintenance programs prior to corporate initiating a policy. Instrumental in acquiring the tandom axle truck with forklift. Investigated and negotiated the profitability of all equipment. Negotiated terms for a better lube service and tow truck service to store location. Partition repair vendors for better maintenance records on all equipment. As a operations manager with a CDL license it brought greater depth and understanding to state rules and policies regarding commercial transportation. Training drivers and other personnel from all locations on the use of trucks and other equipment. Most of all keeping our operational problems to a minimum.
Also maintained all safety data and reports such as Safety Meeting , Workers Comp , Accident Reports , Truck Log , Forklift Training , Texas Motor Carrier Compliance , D.O.T and OSHA
And Hazmat , Traning for all employees


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SOUTH TEXAS WINDOWS., San Antonio, Texas 2003-2004
Operations Manager
Managed production, warehouse, and delivery operations. Performed purchasing and inventory management duties such as shipping and receiving procedures, i.e., special orders of non-inventory items such as doors, trim, glass, screens, and beads. Assisted in budget preparations; Handled performance reviews for front line personnel. Assured company compliance with O.S.H.A. and D.O.T. regulations and company safety program.

McCOYS CONTRACTOR SALES., San Antonio, Texas 1998 - 2003
Delivery Manager
Responsible for the purchase and delivery of lumber products. Communications with i.e., managers, outside sales support personnel, drivers, and yard personnel. Provided weekly status reports on various orders. Prepared weekly delivery reports for submission. Verified and investigated all derogatory information on all delivery accounts. Also managed daily duties; weekly budgets for drivers and yard personnel. Maintained business relationships with commercial accounts and other high profile customers. Implemented policy and procedures for truck and fork lift maintenance programs prior to corporate initiating a policy. Instrumental in acquiring the tandom axle truck with forklift. Investigated and negotiated the profitability of all equipment. Responsible for acquiring and on-site fuel station to store location along with O.S.H.A. procedures for fueling and containment. Negotiated terms for a better lube service and tow truck service to store location. Partition repair vendors for better maintenance records on all equipment. As a delivery manager with a CDL license it brought greater depth and understanding to state rules and policies regarding commercial transportation. Training drivers and other personnel from all locations on the use of trucks and other equipment. Most of all keeping our operational problems to a minimum. This enabled our store to break daily, weekly, and monthly sales throughout the year with a 23% increase in sales and 3% above sales from 1999 to 2003.

W & W DIESEL., San Antonio, Texas 1993-1998
Material Manager
Maintained business relations with vendors, kept records, expenses, and analyze purchase and repair cost to control expenditures. Negotiated with vendors on purchase of diesel engines, pumps, control valves, pipes and fittings. Also instrumentation’s electrical.

AMOCO PRODUCTION COMPANY USA 1978- 1992
Field Foreman
Responsible for supervising a crew of 20 staff members and up to 60 contract personnel on an extraction and production on ocean platforms. Monitor supplies and equipment to be purchased and the arrangement of delivery throughout the Gulf of Mexico in the western region. Verifying production spreadsheets and data; conduct field surveys to evaluate operations and recommend changes. Assigned boats, helicopters, fork lifts, and welding equipment to locations; analyze safety data O.C.S.G. and O.S.H.A. guidelines i.e., log book, maintenance records and pre-trip post.


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AMOCO PRODUCTION COMPANY USA 1978- 1992
Field Foreman
(Continued)
Maintained daily, weekly, and monthly inspections of diesel generator and compressor packages which involved train engines; coordinated repairs and replacement of equipment; planned, developed and coordinated the training of personnel on equipment; submitted recommendations for development of and compliance with OSHA guidelines; kept daily, weekly, and monthly inspections of crane maintenance; analyzed oil and cable data; verified certificates of title and registrations of all 400 wells located throughout the Western Gulf of Mexico according to O.S.H.A. guidelines; keeping operational problems to a minimum, this enabled our facility to maintain sales of $13 million per week.

EDUCATION:
University of Southwestern Louisiana 1981 - 1983
Certificate in Drilling
Certificate in Extraction of Natural Oil & Gas

REFERENCES:

Craig Knapp - 84 Lumber - ( 210 )-***-****

Cully Traweek - Manager Bison Lumber - ( 210 )-***-****

Layne Ogden - Sales Manager Action Windows (210 )-***-****

Steve Drake - Locatin Manager McCoys Building Supply (210 )-***-****

Steve Cain - 84 Lumber ( 210 ) - 410-8366