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Maintenance Manager

Location:
Kent, Ohio, United States
Posted:
May 24, 2018

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Phil Watson

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Cell 330-***-****

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Objective

To further my career

Education

College Credits: Basic Electrical, Electronics Troubleshooting, Back Flow Prevention, OSHA Regulations and Compliance, Steam Trap Maintenance and Operation, Vibration Analysis, Nestle Management Courses available through Nestle University, Frick Compressors School, IIAR training for operating and maintaining Ammonia facilities, A member of Refrigeration Engineer Technician As. Graduate Lanier Technical College

Work Experience

Maintenance Manager

Lineage Logistics

2015 to Present Louisville Kentucky

Have overall responsibility for daily supervision of ammonia refrigeration systems, and forklift fleet repair. Responsibilities of this position to bring plant up to OSHA standards and train refrigeration technicians. Duties included responsibility for operation and maintenance of industrial ammonia (NH3) refrigeration and PSM coordinator for an ammonia refrigeration facility. Trouble shoots electrical and mechanical systems. Operate, maintain, and repair. Installed, repaired and maintained distribution piping currently a member of the Emergency Response Team and trained in HAVMAT. Member of the Safety Team trained in all aspects of hazardous material handling. Work with local fire officials in maintaining fire systems, inspections and compliance with regulations. Build a complete database that keeps track of maintenance required and perform, including HVAC, roofs, landscaping, janitorial service, electrical, plumbing, sprinkler, fire alarm, and security alarms.

Work Experience Great Lake cold Storage

2010 to 2015

Chief Engineer

Have overall responsibility for daily supervision of ammonia refrigeration systems, and forklift fleet repair in three buildings. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Provide day to day management of utilities and forklifts for the plant • Ensure safe, efficient, regulatory compliant operation of the refrigeration system. • Provide refrigeration training and guidance to maintenance Technician•. Develop predictive/preventative maintenance programs for utilities. • Resolve equipment malfunctions by evaluating performance breakdowns, identifying the root cause, safely repairing the equipment, and taking actions to prevent recurring failures. • Ensure department compliance with GMPs, safety policies and training schedule. • Ensure all PMs related to utilities and the regulatory programs are up to date and complete. • Maintain critical spare parts program for utilities. • Maintain P&ID drawings for the refrigeration systems. • Maintain records for all utilities. • Work with manufacturing and production teams to identify areas of concern and improvement opportunities (control & operational). • Supervise the repair and improvements of the forklift fleet. • Experience with development of PSM and RMP programs, Process Hazard Analysis (PHA), PSM auditing, and Mechanical Integrity (MI) evaluations. • Computer skills (Excel, Word}.

Work Experience Tempest \ Great lakes Mechanical

Refrigeration Tech

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2008-2010

Ensures the safe and appropriate operation of equipment by proper diagnosis, repair and maintenance of the refrigeration systems. Perform work on processing machinery and other mechanical equipment and buildings. Duties include repairing and maintaining machinery, mechanical equipment and computerized systems, such as pumps, motors, in accordance with diagrams, blueprints, operating manuals, or manufacturer’s specifications. Confers with operators and observes, tests, and evaluates operation of machinery and equipment to diagnose cause of malfunction.

Safe and efficient operation of refrigeration, steam generation and all utility systems.

Work Experience

Refrigeration Manager

Golden Oval EGG

2006-2008 Abbeville Alabama

Responsibilities of this position to bring plant up to OSHA standards and train refrigeration technicians. Duties included responsibility for operation and maintenance of industrial ammonia (NH3) refrigeration, steam and HVAC systems for an ammonia refrigeration facility. Trouble shoots electrical and mechanical systems. Rebuild Frick and Vilter screw and reciprocation compressors. Operate, maintain, and repair fire tube Cleaver Brooks steam boilers rated at 800 horsepower powered by oil or natural gas. Installed, repaired and maintained distribution piping for NH3, steam, condensate, air and HVAC systems.

Currently a member of the Emergency Response Team and trained in the use of self- contained breathing apparatus. Member of the Safety Team trained in all aspects of hazardous material handling. Work with local fire officials in maintaining fire systems, inspections and compliance with regulations. I organize complete audit of facilities to determine building's condition and maintenance programs required. Build a complete database that keeps track of maintenance required and perform, including HVAC, roofs, conveyors, landscaping, janitorial service, electrical, plumbing, sprinkler, fire alarm, security alarms. Established system/network for quality control of scheduled maintenance.

Work Experience Refrigeration Manager

2004-2006 Tyson Foods Inc. Albertville Alabama

Responsibilities of this position include the management of a team of six refrigeration technicians. Set up PSM program for the facility, complete department responsibility which includes budgeting, project management. I organize complete audit of facilities to determine building's condition and maintenance programs required. Help build a complete database that keeps track of maintenance required and perform, including HVAC, roofs, conveyors, landscaping, plumbing, sprinkler, fire alarm, security alarms. Established system/network for quality control of scheduled maintenance. Review proposals for all major repairs and/or replacements. Trained in HACCP, FDA, USDA, EPA, OSHA, GMPs. in USDA plant. A member of the Emergency Response Team and trained in the use of self- contained breathing apparatus. Member of the Safety Team trained in all aspects of hazardous material handling. Work with local fire officials in maintaining fire systems, inspections and compliance with regulations.

Work Experience

2000 – 2004 Facility Maintenance/Environmental Team leader

Nestle Refrigerated Food Company

Danville, Virginia

Promoted to team leader position in 2001. Responsibilities of this position include the management of a team of eleven refrigeration technicians and 45-maintenance mechanic on a three-shift operation. Management of the environmental, PSM, RMP program for the facility, complete department responsibility which includes budgeting, project management, people management, risk management, assist with ammonia internal audits of other Nestle facilities, work closely with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) in order to maintain compliance for the facility. Lead the facility in the initiative to achieve the EPA Environmental Performance Track Award and the Virginia Environmental Excellence Award for the facility. Help organize complete audit of facilities to determine building's condition and maintenance programs required. Used database that keeps track of maintenance required and perform, including HVAC, roofs, conveyors, landscaping, janitorial service, electrical, plumbing, sprinkler, fire alarm, security alarms. Established system/network for quality control of scheduled maintenance. Review proposals for all major repairs and/or replacements. 3 years supervisory experience in food production industry. Trained in HACCP, FDA, USDA, EPA, OSHA, and GMPs. in USDA plant.

1988 – 2000 Facilities Coordinator

Refrigeration Technician/Utility Operator

Nestle Refrigerated Food Company

Danville, Virginia

the present time worked as facilities coordinator for this large food manufacturing company. Organized the daily processes and responsibilities of eight utility mechanics within the scope of company policies and procedures. Scheduled necessary training for Utilities Department. Maintained preventive maintenance program initializing Consequence Driven Maintenance (CDM). Scheduled and supervised all outside construction contractors for project work. Scheduled utility mechanics work schedules, time off and vacations. Maintained efficient operation of buildings and supervise ground maintenance. Assisted the Utilities team leader in the regulatory compliance of environmental programs. Preparation of yearly department budget.

From 1988 until 1997 held the position of refrigeration technician at this facility. Duties included responsibility for operation and maintenance of industrial ammonia (NH3) refrigeration, steam and HVAC systems for an ammonia refrigeration facility. Trouble shoots electrical and mechanical systems. Rebuild Frick screw and reciprocation compressors. Operate, maintain, and repair fire tube Cleaver Brooks steam boilers rated at 800 horsepower powered by oil or natural gas. Installed, repaired and maintained distribution piping for NH3, steam, condensate, air and HVAC systems. Maintained and repaired pneumatic and electronic controlled air handlers for heating and cooling.

Currently a member of the Emergency Response Team and trained in the use of self- contained breathing apparatus. Member of the Safety Team trained in all aspects of hazardous material handling. Work with local fire officials in maintaining fire systems, inspections and compliance with regulations. Excellent analytical and decision making skills.

1984 – 1989 Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Westover Dairy

Lynchburg, Virginia

Duties included preventive and corrective maintenance on the following equipment:

Ammonia refrigeration compressors, Ingersoll Rand air compressors, Continental natural gas filled boilers, milk packaging machines, various pumps motors, gear drives and all types of electrical circuit motors

1980 – 1984 Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

Marva Maid Dairy

Newport News, Virginia

Duties included preventive and corrective maintenance on the following equipment:

Ammonia refrigeration compressors, Ingersoll Rand air compressors, Continental natural gas filled boilers, Cleaver Brooks boilers, milk packaging machines, various pumps motors, gear drives and all types of electrical circuit motors

1979 – 1980 Energy Plant Operator

Riverside Hospital

Newport News, Virginia

Duties included monitoring and operating of boiler room plant. In addition the maintenance and repair of the following equipment: boilers, heat recovery units, heat pumps, air compressors, diesel generators, deairators, and centrifugal chillers.

1975 – 1979 Boiler technician

United States Navy

Norfolk, Virginia



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