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Engineer Project Manager

Location:
Pearland, Texas, United States
Posted:
May 19, 2017
Email:
ac0d8r@r.postjobfree.com

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RANDY SLAYBAUGH, F.E.

**** ***** **.

Pearland, TX 77581

713-***-**** (CELL) ac0d8r@r.postjobfree.com

Texas Master Electrician License # 84366

EDUCATION B.S., Electrical Engineering Technology, December 1987,

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

PROFESSIONAL

EXPERIENCE

Sales Engineer: Globecore

Dickinson, Texas

June 2015 – Present

Lead foreign manufacturer of transformer oil processing equipment to build equipment to US Standards. Specified voltage and phase rotation relays. Size and apply diesel generators and install for the application. Control sales, engineering, start up and warranty for manufacturer of vacuum dehydrators and other equipment to treat transformer oils. Work worldwide for transformer applications.

Project Engineer / Project Manager: Independent Engineer Houston, Texas

March 2014 – June 2015

Review drawings and designs from designers and Engineers. Equipment is designed for on and offshore drilling rigs, pipe lines, Petro Chemical sites. Includes Generator controls, switchgear drives and Motor control. Review Medium Voltage switchgear and correct protective relay schemes. Assist in startup and commissioning.

President: Substation Services, Inc.

Houston, Texas

November 2000 – June 2015

Founded Substation Services, Inc. to specialize in substation design, construction, commissioning and

maintenance. Responsible for profit and loss, capital expenditures, personnel, policy standards,

Engineering and project management. Set standards for design, commissioning and testing in the field. Specified Protective relays to customers and technicians for the correct application.

Managed 15 electrical technicians and Field Engineers. Serviced equipment from 24VDC to 500KVAC.

Manager Technical Products and Services Engineering: M & I Electric

Houston, Texas

January 1995 – November 2000

Engineering Manager for switchgear, motor control and specialty control manufacturer. Switchgear designs

To ANSI standards from 208 to 13,800 volts. Indoor and outdoor switchgear for petroleum, chemical installations for offshore, drilling and power plant applications. Motor control products to 4160 volts for all applications.

Project Manager for electrical design and installation of large turnkey offshore platforms and drilling rigs.

Extensive use and knowledge of ABS, and DNV regulations. Extensive use of SKM for short circuit calculations, relay coordination, large motor starting capabilities and harmonic evaluation.

Design, applications and ladder logic programs for control systems using Programmable Logic Controllers

for power and control applications. Programs written for paralleling prime movers and controlling offshore

Marine systems.

Supervise engineering and design department. Set standards for engineering designs. Work with

manufacturing to develop standards. Develop proposals for customers including detailed estimate and

written quotations. Wrote programs for standardization of estimates and quotes.

Network manager for companywide computer system, composed of three NT servers in a Wide Area

Network and over seventy work stations utilizing Windows 95, 98 and NT. Software used and supported

on the network include Windows, Microsoft Office, Auto-Cad, Promis*E, ACAD and accounting

applications.

Profit and loss responsibility on entire service organization totaling $4 million in revenue with over 35

Electrical technicians and field engineers at 3 locations. Manage proposals and projects after successful award for inter department projects averaging over $1million each.

Systems Engineering Manager: HOLEC, INC. (A Begemann Company)

Stafford, Texas

February 1993 - December 1994

Manager of Engineering and Service Departments for European company starting a new corporation in the

U.S. to provide sales, engineering and service support for new and existing North American installations.

Primary product was a diesel engine based rotating electrical Uninterruptible Power System. Systems

Modified and installed to meet NEC, ANSI, U.L., ETL and local codes.

Responsibilities included engineering of systems, commissioning management and modifications to

Existing design to make the product acceptable in the U.S. Engineering and management of local content,

Vendors, contractors and technical sales proposals. Engineering of large electrical systems, fuel systems,

cooling systems, and power houses to contain the equipment. Designed switchboard and switchgear

standard configurations for single and parallel systems with protective relaying.

Sales support for sales representatives and consulting engineers. Accomplished successful building of

engineering standards and service department. Developed Power Quality standards for utilities to improve

their customers power, protect equipment, peak shave, load curtailment, and cogeneration.

Product Engineer: Baylor Power Protection Group (A Begemann Company)

Sugarland, Texas

January 1991-February 1993

Product engineer for rotary UPS. Responsibilities included design and development of rotary UPS product

line from the ground floor up. UPS designs ranged from 125-1000 kVA stand alone, and 1000-5000 kVA

parallel. Equipment designed and used to build rotary UPS includes SCR bridges (12 pulse rectifiers to

minimize harmonics), transformers, programmable logic controllers, printed circuit boards, motor starters,

induction motors, synchronous motors and synchronous generators. Used synchronous motors to improve

power factor. Designed 600 VAC and DC switchboards for parallel UPS operation. Developed standards for

product line and testing requirements. Trained testing department in operation and testing of UPS product. Protective relay use for equipment.

Worked with marketing and consulting engineers on a daily basis to sell and promote product. Management

and training of junior engineers, designers, drafters, and servicemen of product line to meet specifications

and applicable codes.

Power Systems Engineer: KW Controls Systems, Inc.

Middletown, NY

February 1989 - January 1991

Power Systems Engineer and Project Manager for UPS and power generation systems. Equipment

engineered and used: German built rotary UPS, 600vAC switchgear, 600vDC switchboards, battery

systems, chargers, programmable logic controllers and control components.

Engineering of standby and prime power systems. Diesel and turbine generator systems to 15 kV.

Specification and design of automatic transfer switches, switchgear, protective relaying, generators, and

PLC's. Wrote ladder programs to control single and parallel generators, peak shave, load share, standby and

co generate. Designed and modified circuit boards for control applications. Start-up and troubleshooting of

projects in the field. Designed protective relaying to meet local utility requirements. Equipment and

systems engineered and tested to NEC, ANSI, U.L., ETL and local codes.

Application engineering and proposals for large UPS and cogeneration systems. Worked with marketing

department, customers, consulting engineers and utilities for power improvement projects and generation.

Order Process Engineer: Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.

Wichita Falls, TX

February 1988 - February 1989

. Engineer for design and manufacturing of electric motor starters. Specialized in wall mounted motor

starters, HVAC reduced voltage motor starters for large refrigeration OEM applications. Starter types

included 1 & 3 phase across the line, part winding, wye-delta, autotransformer, and synchronous.

OTHER Active in teaching continuing education for IEEE.

EXPERIENCE Electric motor & generator sales and service: Harvester Electric

Pampa, TX

June 1979 - August 1986 part time

Responsibilities: All aspects of electric motor, generator, static and rotary phase converter repair. Industrial

wiring of controls, lighting, and motors. Service and troubleshooting in all phases of industrial equipment.



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