PAUL M. MROZINSKY
**** ********** *****
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA 36117
(570) ***-**** [Telephone] (253) ***-**** [Facsimile]
To be at the forefront of the Industrial Control Industry as a control systems specialist with a firm grasp of the latest technology in process control and automation utilizing continuing education and self-enrichment studies to maintain that knowledge base necessary to be an innovator in industrial control system design.
Electrical and Hydraulic Engineering Skills and Capabilities:
I am a graduate electrical engineer experienced in: AutoCAD 2.5 through 2007 Lite, cad software; Lotus WordPro and MS Word, word processor software; Excel, Lotus, and Quattro Pro, spreadsheet software; Dbase III Plus, and MS Access database software; PowerPoint, presentation software; ICOM PLC2, PLC3, PLC4, SLC 100/150; Rockwell Software Picosoft, RSLogix5, RSLogix500, and RSLogix5000, Texas Instruments, Modicon ProWORX Plus, Square D, Reliance, Siemens, General Electric, Automation Direct, and Westinghouse PLC software as well as Panelmate, PanelBuilder32, FactoryTalk View Studio, and Maple Systems OITware operator interface software. I have extensive experience with the AutoCAD design of motor control centers, switch gear, and control panels in a UL registered panel shop with interfaces to Allen-Bradley, Reliance, Baldor, T.B. Woods, SEW Eurodrive variable frequency drives, Saftronics and Emerson D.C. drives, and Emerson Servo drives and "DC" drives applications. I designed and programmed complete coal preparation facilities; batch coal loadout facilities; material sampling systems in coal, sand and limestone; portable stone quarry facilities; and coal slurry de-watering facilities. I designed hydraulic power units for the hydraulic functions on the coal preparation, coal sampling, and materials sampling systems. I have designed and programmed systems for film and material web handling, palletizing, and steel wire extrusion using programmable DC drives, variable frequency drives and PLC's. I have expansive 480v, 3phase, 60 Hz. power and control experience across many different disciplines. I have direct experience in three-phase power up to 115,000V, 3phase, 60Hz. I have extensive Internet experience retrieving data from a myriad of industrial vendors, emailing drawings, and PLC programs to consultants and contractors. I have comprehensive experience in PLC trouble shooting via modem. I have a West Virginia Surface Electrical Certification and have had a MSHA Electrical Certification. I have had a security clearance at Camp Hill Correctional Facility in Camp Hill, PA where I did the control systems for the coal and ash handling systems for their boiler systems. I maintain a current US passport.
Eastern Westmoreland Area Technical School, Latrobe, PA
Class 1969, Electro-Mechanical Design Technology
Saint Vincent College, Latrobe, PA
Class 1973, Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, Minor in Electrical Engineering
Almeda College and University, Boise, ID
Class 2000, Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Lincoln Electric Welding Class
Vickers Hydraulic Class
Allen-Bradley PLC two week class in 1979
Various other PLC control classes over the years
Wilkes College: Computers In The Coal Industry
Penn State: Computers in Industrial Control
Penn State: Computer Aided Design (Level II, Level III, Level IV, and Level V)
Villanova University: Six Sigma Green Belt (3/2004)
Villanova University: Six Sigma Black Belt (8/2004)
Essential Seminars, Inc.: Advanced PC Troubleshooting
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PAUL M. MROZINSKY
July 2009 to the Present
I am performing limited scope contract jobs consisting of PLC and HMI as well as sustaining AutoCAD drawing revisions to jobs that I had done in the past at Wilmot Engineering Company and West Virginia Electric for which I have the original CAD schematics, and panel drawings, together with the PLC and HMI program files. The revisions and updates to the PLC and HMI programs are being done with current revisions of the programming software. I am also attending engineering web casts on items such as arc flash, intelligent metering solutions, and optical comparator solutions to name a few.
March 2005 to July 2009.
Rheem Manufacturing Company
2600 Gunter Park Drive East
Montgomery, AL 36109-1413
My accomplishments as the Manufacturing Process Engineer were the maintenance of electrical operational control of the manufacturing operations at this water heater manufacturing plant that includes the electrical utilities and the power and controls of the waste water treatment plant, as well as capital projects relating to electrical installations in the plant. I managed the incoming power at 12470 volts to the milliamp control signals on process controllers. I have performed PLC process control of welding fabrication with WTC Medar projection welding controls including robotics to painting and assembly. I configured new and replacement Allen-Bradley, Baldor, T.B. Woods, SEW Eurodrive variable frequency drives, Saftronics D.C. drives, and Allen-Bradley and Emerson Servo drives. In the realm of PLCs', I used Rockwell Software from PicoSoft through RSLogix5, RSLogix500, and RSLogix5000 to maintain and upgrade the plants’ control systems. In the realm of HMI's, the majority I revised and maintained were Allen-Bradley PanelView and PanelView Plus with PanelBuilder32 and FactoryTalk View Studio. I work with Ethernet and Devicenet networks with PLC's, variable frequency and servo drives for control purposes. I did documentation of revisions to equipment in AutoCAD 2007 and executed PLC and HMI programming as part of the varied responsibilities I performed. I supervised the electrical technicians with an emphasis on educating them on using the troubleshooting skill sets taught to them before making rash judgments on what operations people elude to, versus the failure of a simple proximity device hidden by the obscuring attitude that it’s a PLC failure.
February 2003 to March 2005.
M & M Control Systems
581 State Route 217
Latrobe, PA 15650-3451
I performed contract control system engineering design and programming of upgrades to coal preparation, and coal sampling systems, with Allen-Bradley, Square D and GE PLC's., together with D.C. drives, VFD drives, and other assorted controls. I generated and revised existing AutoCAD drawings, and PLC programs which involved updating PLC hardwire, field control devices, D.C. drives and VFD drives. I also performed contract engineering services in the engineering design and programming of film and material web handling systems, palletizing systems, and wire extrusion in South Korea, with Eurotherm D.C. drives. I generated CAD drawings, PLC programs, and DC drive configurations for the process controls. I performed PLC changes via online program modifications and EEPROMs I programmed and shipped overnight. Due to Rockwell Software’s deletion of the HEX file generation, which was in their AI series software, in their current RSLogix software; generating EEPROMs offline ceased. The cessation of analog telephone service in many areas impedes the modem to modem communication to a remote PLC making it impossible to respond to an urgent call for help in a critical after hour’s situation. As project manager I controlled the projects from beginning to completion.
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PAUL M. MROZINSKY
Engineering Experience Continued:
June, 2002 to February, 2003.
40600 Plymouth Road
Plymouth, MI 48170-4297
Performing as site electrical supervisor during construction of the Harley-Davidson plant in York, PA; I provided supervision and technical support for: the 115KV substation through the new plant, including three double ended 13.8KV / 480v, 3phase, 60Hz. switchgear lineups; 13.8KV underground duct bank with six manholes, two automatic transfer switches for a 1000KW and 300KW diesel generators; an assortment of roof mounted HVAC air- handling units; waste water treatment plant; a myriad of robotic welding, and fabrication; PLC controlled automated painting line; PLC controlled assembly; and fire protection and security. My duties included supervision of three electrical contractors with approximately 150 plus electricians, mechanical contractors installing electrical equipment, equipment suppliers, technical support to the installation contractors of the robotics in the fabrication and assembly areas, and coordination of testing activities. I documented revisions and changes using AutoCAD 2000 as well as MS Excel and MS Word with JPEG photographs that included a five meg-a-bite Word document of the underground duct bank that was not provided by the contractor.
October, 1980 to May 2002.
Wilmot Engineering Company / James A. Redding Company
White Haven, PA
Beaumont Birch Company
As Chief Electrical Engineer I had the functional responsibility for the electrical and hydraulic operations on the Wilmot manufactured coal preparation, coal sampling, materials handling equipment, and stone quarry systems. These include PLC controlled coal preparation plants, coal sampling systems, stone quarry crushing, sizing and conveying systems, the thirteen mile Cable Belt Conveyor for Lower Colorado River Authority, coal handling and ash handling systems at numerous mines and power stations across the country and abroad. I designed the power and control systems, which included the control panels, 480V, 3phase, 60Hz. motor control centers, and hydraulic power units. My duties in addition to supervision of electrical drafting personnel included designing the electrical and hydraulic operational controls in CAD drawings as well as writing and documenting the PLC programs. I designed the electrical controls, and hydraulic controls, including the PLC program, for the first ever, James A. Redding patented, totally automated coal truck auger sampling systems. This PLC system had RFID tags on the coal trucks with the supplier contract number, truck type, bed size, any bed modifications that the auger could hit in the bed, and the tare weight of the truck. The truck bay had photoeyes, ultrasonic sensors and traffic lights for truck positioning of the random chosen position excluding any bed obstruction areas listed on the RFID tag. The building had a security system that would stop the operation and communication to the plant control room for trouble and fill warnings on the sample containers. I designed the controls with the current state of the art PLCs and control devices to withstand the life cycle for which they were designed. I have replaced competitors’ controls systems on several installations. As Chief Electrical Engineer, I was the project manager for all the electrical production projects as well as capital projects for the plant that involved electrical installations. I did the purchasing of the electrical and hydraulic materials, writing the orders in Excel, which I then emailed, to the vendors and to our offices in Pittsburgh, PA and in Pennsauken, NJ. For Beaumont Birch, I did the controls for their pneumatic ash handling systems. I have performed start-up services across the United States as well as in Canada, in Venezuela, in South Korea, in Mexico, and in the Philippines. My duties included: project management of production projects, customer contacts, quotations, job specifications, engineering, PLC programming, shop supervision, hydraulic power unit testing, control panel testing, and field start-up. My responsibilities also entailed plant preventative maintenance that included maintenance and updating of the CNC controlled Burny 3 / Hypertherm plasma-arc cutting equipment, the CNC controlled mills and lathes and the power distribution systems for the plant and offices as well as the waste water treatment plant.
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PAUL M. MROZINSKY
Engineering Experience Continued:
April, 1975 to October, 1980.
West Virginia Electric Corporation
2011 Pleasant Valley Road
Project Electrical Engineer with project management responsibility from quotations through engineering and construction of several hundred horsepower coal preparation plants that included waste water treatment facilities. Many of these installations were PLC controlled. I designed and prepared the electrical schematics for switchgear, motor control centers and control panels, including those panels for the Wilmot Engineering Company coal preparation facilities and the James A. Redding Company coal sampling systems. I performed the PLC programming and startup assistance for the coal preparation and slurry de-watering plants for which we did the electrical installation. My responsibilities included electrical load calculations from 13,800V and 12,470V to 4160V and 480V, 3phase, 60Hz. writing of job specifications; project quotations; customer relations; the supervision of the drafting personnel, supervision of the fabrication of the electrical equipment in the panel shop, supervisory control of the projects in the field, and field startup.
December, 1973 to April, 1975.
North American Galis Corporation
Route 7, Morgantown, WV.
Project Engineer with system operation responsibility on the continuous mining machines manufactured at this facility and at Blairsville, PA. My responsibilities included the hydraulic and electrical controls for the mining machines. During this time, I was sent to hydraulic school to refine my skills in the overall system operational design of the mining machines. I was also sent to welding school so that I could assist in checking welding designs when I was not busy with electrical or hydraulic duties.
June, 1973 to December, 1973.
Circuit board layout designer for solid state AC & DC variable speed drives.
District Committee Boy Scout of America;
Brotherhood member Order of the Arrow, BSA;
Recipient of the Wood Badge training award, BSA;
Church Lecturer; Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus;
Founding member Industrial Computing Society;
Hunter - Trapper Education Instructor; Pennsylvania Game Commission.
Board of Directors; Weatherly Area Ambulance
Building and restoring "Flintlock Era" firearms, building fly rods, fly-tying, fletching arrows, teaching the arts I have learned to others and fly-fishing, hunting and mountain biking.
Competent references will be furnished upon request:
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