JOHN BRIX MALONEY
Erie, PA 16507 USA
**/**/**** ** *******. Body Shop Parts Department. Hallman’s Chevrolet. Erie, PA.
Order and stocking of various automotive body parts for the body shop at an automobile
dealership. Work with purchase order, repair orders and billing.
01/07/2008 to 05/09/2008. Part time Aide. Barber National Institute. Erie, PA.
Care for individuals with developmental disabilities.
09/12/2005 to 03/31/2007. Fielding Engineer/Lead Site Engineer/Lead Design Engineer/Cost
Account Manager. Science Applications International Corporation. Abingdon, MD.
Support the Project Manager during final design process.
Point of contact on assigned projects.
Responsible for all scheduling for assigned projects.
Oversight of multiple contractors performing simultaneous tasks on construction sites.
Interpret design drawings relating to constructability.
Health and safety contact and oversight.
Reviewing the Contractor Change Orders.
Performing quantity takeoffs in support of reviewing the Contractor invoices.
Installation Cost Account Management for project costs up to 10 million dollars.
Design and installation of mechanical, HVAC and/or electrical components, determining detailed
hardware configurations and developing products to document these configurations to support
procurement and construction (i.e., architectural, civil, electrical, mechanical and structural;
design drawings; supporting design analyses; specifications for components, materials, and
methods of construction; and cost estimates).
Implementing QA, safety and engineering ethics programs.
10/12/2002 to 09/09/2005. Startup Engineer. Bechtel National Inc. Aberdeen Proving
Project startup assignments for chemical agent demilitarization facility.
Compile, evaluate and correlate data for procedures and system files.
Provide input to and/or prepare test procedures.
Provide input to and/or prepare maintenance or operating procedures, and assist in project
design and model reviews as pertains to plant operability.
Direct component and system testing, and maintenance.
Conduct walk down of systems in conjunction with construction prior to system turnover.
Perform calculations and preliminary analysis of plant systems.
Perform work to safely, compliantly and efficiently destroy chemical agent in a chemical
demilitarization facility. Monitor, control and adjust systems and their respective components.
Transfer containers using forklifts.
Connect and disconnect process lines and perform maintenance activities.
Enter toxic areas, using appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) OSHA Level A, B and
C, to perform operations and maintenance work.
Handle, decontaminate, and package hazardous (mustard agent HD) and non-hazardous wastes.
Troubleshoot equipment and systems.
Work with glove boxes to drain and decontaminate chemical agent filled containers.
05/01/1995 to 01/01/2002. Parts Salesperson. AutoZone Inc. Erie, PA.
Worked part time while attending college. Sale of automotive parts.
Assist customers in diagnosing automotive related problems.
Ordering and verifying shipments.
Change or assist customers in replacing various automotive components.
Perform tests on various types of electrical components.
01/01/1994 to 12/31/1994. Receiving Manager. Stars and Stripes Bookstore
Operations/Department of Defense. Griesheim, Germany.
Received hard cover book shipments from the United States and many other European Nations.
Responsible for completing paperwork, verifying shipments, storing shipments and entering
shipment information into a database.
Accountable for over 40 million dollars annually in bookstore stock.
07/01/1993 to 10/30/1993. Radiological Operations Technician. Alaron Corporation.
Worked on the size reduction and decontamination of radiologically contaminated materials and
equipment for burial or free release.
Managed storage, treatment, shipment and disposal program for mixed low level radioactive
Used Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Modified OSHA Level A and B.
Worked with glove boxes, compacting equipment, large transfer equipment (forklifts and cranes)
and various types of cutting equipment (grinders, plasma cutters, Oxygen/Acetylene).
06/01/1992 to 05/12/1993. Maintenance Technician. Akro Corporation. Canton, OH.
Preformed maintenance activities for a medium sized manufacturing facility.
Repaired and maintained various capacity hydraulic presses, conveyor systems, plant water and
steam systems, and automated machinery.
Performed preventative maintenance on all equipment in plant.
03/30/1990 to 03/31/1992. Battery Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Noncommissioned
Officer. Ft. Drum, NY.
United States Army, 10th Mountain Division, B. Battery 3/62nd Air Defense Artillery.
Chemical Operations Specialist (54B20).
Responsible for the ordering, maintenance and rotation of unit war stocks for
unit readiness and deployment.
Operated, performed maintenance, and supervised the use of nuclear, biological,
and chemical detection/identification, PPE and decontamination equipment.
Responsible for the establishment, administration, training, and application of
nuclear, biological, and chemical defense measures.
Prepared and maintained emergency plans and procedures for various types of disasters.
Conducted surveys to determine needs in event of emergencies.
Monitored disaster preparedness activities and training operations.
Computed radiation factors.
Computed and plotted nuclear, biological and chemical downwind data.
Responsible for the recording, logging and evaluating individual dosimeter
Observed efficiency and preparedness of unit; instructed and supervised work
techniques and procedures.
03/30/1988 to 03/30/1990. Decontamination Squad Leader. Darmstadt, Germany.
United States Army. 32nd Army Air Defense Command Europe. 247th Chemical Detachment.
Chemical Operations Specialist (54B20).
Decon Squad Leader.
Decon Assistant Squad Leader.
Supervised reconnaissance and decontamination operations.
Supervised and participated in operation of smoke generating equipment.
Performed nuclear, biological and chemical reconnaissance operations.
Prepared, processed, evaluated and distributed nuclear, biological and chemical
Responsible for approximately ten personnel and related squad equipment.
06/01/1986 to 03/30/1988. Battalion Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Noncommissioned
Officer. Erie, PA.
United States Army Reserve. Headquarters Battery 4/92 nd Field Artillery.
Nuclear, Biological and Nuclear Warfare Specialist (54E30).
Same as all above army job descriptions accept responsible for program for five field artillery
batteries with approximately 900 personnel.
06/01/1985 to 06/01/1986. Company Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare
United States Army Reserve. 99th Army Reserve Command, 355 th Chemical Company.
Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare Specialist, (54E20).
Mechanical Engineering Technology, Associate of Science, Pennsylvania State University, 2002
162 Total Mechanical Engineering Credits. The Pennsylvania State University, 2002
Six Sigma Green Belt, Certificate, Villanova University, 2004
United States Army Noncommissioned Officers Academy, Fort Drum, NY (1991)
NBC Defense Course, POI Course No. 2E ASI 3R/494 SQI C, (1991)
Hazardous Materials Technician (In compliance with OSHA 29CFR 1910.120)
United States Army Combat Lifesavers Instructors Course, Germany (1989)
United States Army Chemical School, Fort McClellan, AL (1986)
Have operated forklifts up to 30,000 lbs. capacity.