Highly Motivated and Experience
Robert Myers Home Phone 513 *** ******** ***** ** **** ***** 513 *** ****
Trenton Ohio 45067 Cell 513 *** ****
Email: personal email@example.com
OBJECTIVE Pursuing a position in a field where previous technical, managerial and administrative experience in the military and civilian areas can be utilized to the fullest degree
Target Job Title:
Manager (Manager/Supervisor of Staff)
To be discussed based on position offered
Description of my perfect job:
Maintenance Manager/Lead Planner/ Project Manager
02/2008 to Present Appleton Paper Corp. West Carrollton, Ohio
Senior mechanical planner and project coordinator. To establish/improve planning and scheduling program for 3 major paper manufacturing lines and new projects as they come on line. Have been lead planner for the power house and WWTP for 2 years. Extensive use of Microsoft Projects and Champs CMMS systems. Established planner for corrective and preventive maintenance for monthly, extended and cold downs using MS Projects. Order all parts for downs and daily maintenance when required. Contracted for all outside support for downs and emergencies. During vacations or emergencies step in for maintenance supervisors when not available and as scheduled on call maintenance supervisor for weekends and as needed during weekdays after hours. Established and maintained preventive maintenance and material history data in the CMMS system.
10/02/06 - 8/27/2007 MRG/General Electric Energy Div. Cincinnati, Ohio
Contracted to develop planning and scheduling program for MSD of Cincinnati. Responsible for developing a professional planning and scheduling department which was non existent prior to MRG involvement. Training all planners and schedulers within the Metropolitan Sewer District of Cincinnati Ohio Central Maintenance Department. Mentor the in-place electrical planner. Development of an extensive scheduling program to work along side the current Maximo CMMS system which will be upgraded in the near future.
5/17/05 – 09/30/06 Viox Services Cincinnati, Ohio
Project manager for developing Integrated Facility Management programs for facility and core maintenance. Developing both PM and PD programs for core specific equipment including all electrical, mechanical and HVAC. Identifying equipment and building CMMS program to manage equipment and facilities using JDE, Maximo, and customer associated programs.
6/27/03 – 5/17/05 Management Resources Group Dayton, Ohio
Contract planner for Cargill Dayton Corn Milling Plant. Responsible for planning plant maintenance for both plant and outside contracted maintenance personnel. Involved in developing a professional planning and scheduling department, which was non existent prior to MRG involvement. Involved with upgrading the preventive and predictive program along with upgrading the computerize maintenance management program (ASAP). Developed and installed new computerized estimating system using MEANS facility maintenance estimator and Excel spreadsheet. I am currently working with larger software company in developing a program which will be incorporated into the computerized drafting and maintenance administrator program.
5/1995 – 6/27/03 Phoenix Process Equipment Louisville Kentucky
Field service technician/engineer for major dewatering equipment manufacturer. Responsible for engineering installations, start up and training of personnel for various types of advance environmental projects. Developed various computer oriented training programs for educating customers in the operation and maintenance of PHOENIX equipment.
3/1994 - 11/1994 Fischer Packing Company Louisville, Ky.
Maintenance supervisor for 40 people at a large meatpacking plant. Responsible for the management of all electrical, mechanical, and refrigeration equipment maintenance. As assistance plant engineer responsible for planning, and contracting special projects involving outside contractors
1/1991 - 2/1992 Tri Tech Inc. Louisville, Ky.
Quality assurance program administrator for nuclear piping and components for the U. S. Navy. Responsible monitoring and inspecting all quality assurance administration. This included arranging all outside metallurgy testing for chemical impurities and material stress fatigue.
7/1968 - 11/1990 United States Navy Norfolk, Va.
Responsible for the operation and maintenance of electrical power generating, distribution systems, and electrical components. Engineering plant assistance for two separate commands. Prepared procedures and instructions for the repair of nuclear/non-nuclear mechanical, electrical/electronic and fluid piping systems. Prepared new operating procedures for nuclear submarines and tenders. Supplied technical assistance for installation of Navy’s Snap II computerized maintenance program in the areas of upgrades and hardware change out.
01/01/72 - 10/1980 U of S Carolina US-SC-Columbia
Associates/ Bachelor Fluid Mechanics/Electrical
Experience Computer Skills
Experienced in working with MS Office, MS Projects, Windows, Harvard Graphics, Lotus, Excel, Word, Power Point, Computerized Maintenance Management Programs (ASAP, JD Edwards, MP2, and Maximo, RS Means, MP2, Champs, Telemagic) and many other programs. Developed local databases and operating programs for several naval commands. Consultant on the establishment of the Navy’s maintenance management program SNAP II.