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Microsoft Office Systems

Location:
Daleville, Virginia, United States
Posted:
February 12, 2018

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SUMMARY STATEMENT

Retired military Chief Warrant Officer Naval Engineer in the United States Coast Guard with management experience and currently the Facility Manager for the Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke Va. With 40+ years of experience successfully leading numerous teams of engineering technicians in the accomplishment of a wide range of projects involving mechanical, technical, and logistical issues. Highly skilled in leading engineering teams in support of multi-mission units, requiring intermediate and depot level technical support. Objective is to obtain a challenging position in the field of Facilities Engineering or Operations Management where my engineering skills, background, and proficiency will allow me the opportunity to contribute to the growth and efficiency of an organization.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

. GRAFIK – 7000 Lutron Automated Lighting Systems September 2012.

. OSHA 20 Hour General Industry Safety & Health, August 2004.

OSHA Unit Safety Supervisors, March 2003.

Chief Warrant Officer Academy, Upper level Management 2000.

Computerized Main Control Console, June 1998.

General Waste Heat Recovery, September 1997.

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration, June 1998.

Advanced Hydraulic Systems & Equipment, September 1997.

Hazardous Waste Management 40 Hour, January 1993.

Hazardous Waste RCRA Compliance Training 28 Hour, January 1992.

Maritime Law Enforcement Boarding Officer & Instructor, May 1991.

Engineering Administration, May 2000 and September 1990.

Hydraulic Systems & Equipment, February 1990.

Cummins Mid-Range Marine Diesel Engine Overhaul, April 1989.

Machinery Technician School, May 1978.

PROFFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

FACILITY MANGER, Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke VA………06/2016-02/2018/Present

Responsible for the management of Security, Housekeeping and Maintenance departments day to day operations. Manage department’s annual budgets, procurement and any supporting documentation.

Manage and assist with event related requirements consisting of; building automated systems, lighting systems and audio/visual systems.

Responsible for the repair and maintenance of numerous mechanical systems, including HVAC, Gas Boilers, and Automated Systems.

Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications, Siemens & Johnson Controls Metasys (Direct Digital Control Climate Control Systems, Lutron Lighting Controls, GE Secure Perfect Security Systems.

Responsible for 87 thousand square feet of building and minor grounds and landscaping.

FACILITY DIRECTOR, The Glebe, Virginia Baptist Homes Inc., Daleville VA………04/2014-06/2016

Responsible for 387 thousand square feet of property and 66 acres of landscaping.

Responsible for the management of Security, and Maintenance departments day to day operations.

Manage department’s annual budgets, procurement and any supporting documentation.

Manage and assist with event related requirements consisting of; building automated systems, lighting systems and audio/visual systems.

Responsible for the repair and maintenance of numerous mechanical systems, including HVAC, Gas Boilers, and Automated Systems.

Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications, TRANE Controls (Direct Digital Control Climate Control Systems, JACE Control Systems. SARA emergency systems

Maintain Independent Living apartments, 20 cottages, assisted living and healthcare rooms throughout the Glebe campus. Conduct evaluations for remodeling, refurbish and all mechanical repairs.

FACILITY DIRECTOR, Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke VA………06/2008-2014

Assisted with managing the end of the museum construction contract which led to a successful and on time grand opening.

Provided oversight of the final preparations for the opening the Taubman Museum. Planned, Prepared and Procured the necessary Facility Furnished Equipment (FFE) for three departments, including service and maintenance contracts for various facility requirements.

Managed structural and mechanical discrepancies during the construction warranty period to ensure all systems and functions were operating as specified.

Responsible for the management of Security, Housekeeping and Maintenance departments day to day operations. Manage department’s annual budgets, procurement and any supporting documentation.

Manage and assist with event related requirements consisting of; building automated systems, lighting systems and audio/visual systems.

Responsible for the repair and maintenance of numerous mechanical systems, including HVAC, Gas Boilers, and Automated Systems.

Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications, Siemens & Johnson Controls Metasys (Direct Digital Control Climate Control Systems, Lutron Lighting Controls, GE Secure Perfect Security Systems.

ASSISTANT FACILITIES OPERATIONS MANAGER, Roanoke Civic Center, Roanoke, VA 05/2006-06/2008

. Responsible for the repair and maintenance of numerous mechanical systems, including HVAC, Gas Boilers, and Hockey Arena Refrigerator Systems.

Supervise, monitor, and coordinate concert and program stage, heating, and seating configurations.

Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications, Siemens & Johnson Controls Metasys (Direct Digital Control Climate Control Systems, and Event Business Management System Applications.

Collaborated with the Union for high voltage and high amperage electrical power supplies.

COMMISSIONED OFFICER – CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER W3, United States Coast Guard……09/1976-05/2006

Served as Engineering Officer for Sector Boston units in New England.

Supervised intermediate level engineering personnel in the identification and accomplishment of both shirt-term and long-term goals. Reported all findings/statuses to Logistics Command.

Trained engineering personnel in the proper maintenance and repair of approximately 80,245 square feet of facility building space along with emergency power generation, grounds, piers, and utilities located on waterfront properties.

Hazardous Waste Coordinator for Sector Boston. Responsible for the proper training of unit personnel in the handling, packaging, shipping, record keeping, and Environmental Protection Agency requirements concerning hazardous waste generation.

Managed divisional budget of $160,000-implemented budget model, spreadsheets, and supporting documentation.

Implemented and managed performance measurement plans for Sector Boston units, resulting in a preventative maintenance/fully mission capable rate of 95.68% for FY2003 to present.

Established and supervised a highly flexible casualty response team for the 2004 Democratic National Convention.

Responsible for the management of divisional Operating Material and Supply inventory for intermediate support – maintained inventory of over $200k with 100% accuracy.

Provided oversight for emergent repairs and maintained greater than 95% operational readiness of over fifty (50) Coast Guard, State, and Auxiliary vessels. Identified, documented, and planned both short-term and long-term maintenance projects to a fleet of over twenty-five (25) small boats and three (3) ships, including structural, mechanical, electrical, and habitability enhancement.

As Chief Engineer and Main Propulsion Assistant aboard ships: reworked preventative maintenance systems using performance reliability concepts. Shipboard systems comprised of engines, reduction gears, controllable pitch propeller systems, computerized and automated control systems, electrical generation, waste heat recovery, hydraulic fin stabilizers, water evaporators, oil purification, air conditioning, refrigeration, weight handling equipment, and several other systems.]

Other positions held are: Senior Watch Stander/Watch Coordinator, Electrical Officer, Casualty Message Reporting Manager, Engineering Training Team Leader, Aviation Training Team, and Damage Control Training Team.

Responsible for the management of all divisional Operating Material and Supply inventory and a budget of over $80k for casualty, corrective, and preventative maintenance.

Managed a shipboard Auxiliary Division as Chief Engineer; responsible for the six 30-ton carrier water-cooled A/C units, three R-12 conversions to 134A Blissfield refrigeration units for walk-in refer and chill box, various Sperry Vickers hydraulic systems, emergency diesel generators, and Caterpillar 12-cylinder d-398 and D-348 475kw. Responsible for the management of all divisional maintenance and Operating Material and Supply inventory and a budget of over $40k for casualty, corrective, and preventative maintenance.

AWARDS & CERTIFICATIONS

USCG Commendation Medal for Superior Performance as Sector Boston Engineering Officer – April 2006.

USCG Achievement Medal for Superior Performance – July 2002, May 2000, & January 1997.

Commandant of the USCG Letter of Commendation for Superior Performance – June 1990.

Good Conduct Medal – Seven (7) from 1979 to present.

Various Joint/Unit awards and achievements.

“Universal” Technician for Refrigerant Systems – Certification Number 3320, June 1998.

ASE Refrigerant Recovery & Recycling – Sec. 609 U.S. EPA, Certification Number MVAC 3320, October 1999.

IO & Outboard Marine Certification for comprehensive and electronic system servicing on all OMC applications – August 1995.

Virginia Pesticide Applicators Certification – 2007 thru 2009.

Ariel Boom & Industrial Lift Truck Certification – 2007.

RCRA & Hazardous Material transport Certification – 2006

SECRET Clearance since November 1999.

References and Transcripts Available Upon Request. U.S. Coast Guard Institute Unofficial transcript can be provided. The Official transcript can be provided upon request with complete credited courses and field experience during USCG career.



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