DAVID LINDOW**** ******* **
Hartsgrove, Ohio *
| (440) ***-****
Objective: Looking for challenging career as a Maintenance Manager, Reliability Engineer in a good company with good growth opportunity
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
B.S., Industrial Technology | 2007 GPA 3.5
Kent State University
A.S., Nuclear Engineering Technology | 2004 GA 3.0
Thomas Edison State College
CMRP (Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional) | 2010
Reliability Excellence for Managers at LCE | 2010
Idcon Maintenance Planning and Scheduling | 1998
Dubak Engineering LLC | 2008-Present
Contracted Site Manager and Senior Reliability Engineering Consultant with Wheatland Tube. Assisting managers to implement best practices into the maintenance departments by way of Reliability Excellence including providing leadership to supervisors, developing, implementing, and maintaining preventive and predictive maintenance programs, developing a CMMS system, training maintenance supervisors, developing standard processes, and changing the corporate culture from a reactive to a proactive stance in the maintenance department.
We have been able to increase over all up time by 3% in last two years and reduced maintenance downtime by 4%
In leading a RCA on the Mills saw high down time it was discovered we could improve down time so far from 700 mins /month to 300 mins /month on average we also improved saw blade life at an EST. annual savings of $101,000 in three months so far the actual is $67,881
Maintenance Planner, Kraftmaid Cabinets | 2004-2008
Responsible for supporting the execution of all daily maintenance work, project work, and plant outages through planning, estimating and scheduling activities to facilitate the efficient completion of requested work through the use of CMMS. Ensured that complete and accurate records were kept of all maintenance activity, including costs, statistics and equipment histories. Implemented controls and procedures that lead to improved department performance.
Optimized PM’s and reduced the number of useless pm’s by 10% which allowed the time to get critical PM’s done at a level of 100% vs 85% prior
Used older style vacuum to replaced newer less reliable and higher initial cost with one currently stocked and cheaper saving $35,000 annually parts and labor
Redesigned vacuum lifting tubes and end caps annual savings or $16,000 parts 1% increase in up time
Maintenance Technical Supervisor, Alcoa Corporation | 2001-2003
Supervised 10 millwrights and 2 Electricians. Over saw the repair and maintenance of high pressure (4500 psi) pumps, valves, hydraulic systems, large hydraulic forging press, mechanical presses, and heat treat, preheat and aging furnaces. Scheduled manpower needs. Held weekly planning meetings between production and maintenance supervisors. Assisted in reducing down time, improving preventive maintenance systems and converting plant to a visual system. Ensured all safety rules were followed in confine space and verified lock out tag. Wrote numerous work procedures, reviewed and updated critical PMs, and improved PM completion ratings to best in plant. Used Allen Bradley PLCs to troubleshoot equipment failures using ladder logic
Sr. Maintenance Planner, Alcoa Corporation | 1998-2001
Planned and scheduled maintenance work including shutdowns. Tracked performance, maintained accurate records and assisted with analysis of work through proper job identification. Supervised three other maintenance planners. Improved work force productivity by eliminating potential delays and obstacles, coordinating resources and ensuring backlog management. Followed up on all finished maintenance, to identify and eliminate problems, errors. Installed a new CMMS system.
Created a staged a parts area for kitted jobs with parts ordered from store room or ordered parts we where able to increased to average time on tools by 8% -10%
Took a PM completion rate from 30% to >95% in one year
Millwright, Alcoa Corporation | 1997-1998
Worked on heat treat furnaces, hydraulic systems and two of the largest presses in United States. Qualified in 6G-position welder. Worked on hoists and cranes from 1/4 ton to 200 ton. Performed daily inspections and PMs on equipment and machinery.
Millwright, American Steel and Wire | 1995-1997
Charged with repairing and maintaining associated mechanical equipment and spare parts in specific area of mill. Worked on rolling mill stands and No twist- mill rollers and gearboxes. Tasked with rebuilding and ordering spare parts as needed. Repaired cranes, fabricated new parts and performed troubleshooting of hydraulic systems. Used technical skills to create equipment modifications needed to increase equipment up time. Fabricated large pieces of equipment parts, from prints and from scratch.
Production Worker, Alcoa Corporation | 1990-1995
Qualified as a Flat Die Forger making precision hand forgings and pre-forms out of aluminum, titanium and steel.
Nuclear Machinists Mate, United States Navy | 1984-1990
Assigned to machinery division onboard the USS BILLFISH (SSN-676). Qualified as Engine Room Supervisor and all subordinate watch stations. Collaterally assigned as Quality Assurance Inspector, Small Valve Overseer, 3M Coordinator, and Repair Parts Coordinator.
Sailor of the month
Letter of Commendation for leadership during Reactor refueling overhaul.