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Manager Management

Sanford, Florida, United States
February 17, 2018

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Sanford, Florida 32773

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October 2008-January 2018: HEALTHFIRST, Senior Facility Manager: For the last 9 Years, I have been employed as a Facility/Operations Manager for the Florida area of healthfirst, New York. This job enabled me to become more in tune with the healthcare industry while I sharpened my skills in the facility operations field. While employed with healthfirst I was responsible for the space management of over 383,000 square feet of office space to include the work order tracking system, equipment and supplies inventory and tracking database, as well as the Archibus/AutoCAD space management database for the entire company of 4500 employees, this included the space management for over 2 dozen facility locations in three states. I was also the Project Manager for 6 building entire floor renovation projects while working at Healthfirst. These were entire floor demos and remodels to accommodate over 220 office cubes and offices per floor, this also includes a critical DATA center and a new whole building generator setup.


May 2016 Project Management Certification Diploma

March 2013 OSHA 10 Hour Safety Management Certificate

June 2008-Present University of Central Florida (BA in History, Minor in Humanities/Psychology)

May 2005-May 2008 Brevard Community College (AA Degree Awarded 15 May 2008)

May 2004 – CREST Accident/Incident Prevention Program

March 2004 – Understanding Ground Resistance Testing (AEMC)

2004 –RS Means Facilities Construction Cost Data & Repair And Remodeling Estimating Course.

2000-Present- Facilities Management, Space Allocation, Emergency Management.

1997-2008 various classes and certifications given by Space Gateway Support/Kennedy Space Center 1994 3M Hot Melt Fiber Optic Connector Certification.

1988-1991 United Steelworkers Local 14436. Electrical Apprenticeship Program

(Journeyman Commercial/Industrial Electrician) 1988 Rockhurst College, Kansas City, MO

1986-1987 Avila University, Kansas City MO.

1981 Los Angeles Metro College Overseas, Okinawa, JA.

2004-DEC -July 2008 Space Gateway Support, Construction Management Inspector (LEAD)

While working for the Kennedy space Center Engineering Department I was the LEAD Inspector in that Department. I am familiar will all current Fire codes as well as the Current Electrical codes. Four years prior to that, I had been in charge of the Facilities Management, Low Voltage shop as Foreman then Supervisor, with a total crew of 28 craftsmen under my direct supervision as well as the Facility Manager for the more than 200 buildings under my direct care. I have also been responsible for the space allocation and emergency management of the Facilities under my direct care. I have held this certification/training for the last 8 years. Before that, I had been employed at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station as a Maintaince electrician and as a Domestic Satellite Maintaince Mechanic. I am familiar with all of the facilities and operations currently on going at the Kennedy space center as well as the Cape Canaveral AFS. I have worked on or repaired virtually all facilities/buildings at the Cape over the last 11 years. While I was stationed at the Jupiter Site (JDMTA), I was responsible for and performed work as all of the following trades/crafts, HVAC/Plumber/Generator Mechanic/Operator/Electrician/Carpenter/Waste

Water Tech. I was also responsible for the maintaince and testing of the 6 critical backup generators located on the site. While with SGS, I was responsible for the Sewage Lift station Maintaince/trouble reporting system. As well as the Preventative Maintaince (PM) Program for the Low Voltage Shop.

Under general supervision, supervise construction activities to include scheduling, budgeting and quality of assigned projects. Notify management and appropriate project team members of actions that affect change in schedule, cost, or standard policy. Work activities include: Maintain liaison with internal and external organizations and individuals throughout the construction project to ensure project is being completed to their expectations / standards. Ensure on-site construction operations are within applicable work specifications. Establish and conduct the pre-construction planning meeting – Pre-Ops Meeting. Typical duties include: reviewing and monitoring construction work for assigned construction projects for compliance within established schedules. Ensures compliance with task instructions and / or contract drawings and specifications. Monitor project spending to include; Labor and Material costs.

Monitors the status of Requests for Information (RFI) for the disposition. Analyzes problems and recommends solutions to field engineers and / or technical representatives. Prepares written recommendations for additional material, labor hours, and budget to complete projects on time and within budget. Views daily status updates for each of assigned projects. Ensure project schedules include necessary detail for tracking the overall project execution sequence and completion status to include project progress and performance standards. Attends and participates in a variety of meetings in conjunction with construction and execution of assigned projects. Performs or assists with any departmental operations, as required or directed, to maintain workflow or respond to emergency conditions. Performs tasks efficiently, effectively and accurately to achieve project objects, JBOSC contract performance objectives and areas of emphases. Exercises independent judgment relating to standard techniques, procedures, and criteria. Performs compliance with Federal, State, local, NASA, and Air Force, laws and regulations and requirements and KSC/CCAFS energy management conservation regulations, collective bargaining agreements, security, safety, hurricane and other specialized programs or contractual requirements relating to the business of this branch, working within the limits of established policy. This classification may include managing hazardous materials or other environmental responsibilities. I also have training/certification in Facilities Management, Space Allocation, Emergency Management, and Life Safety Codes as well.

2001-2004 Supervisor/Foreman, Low Voltage Power Systems, Facilities CCAFS.

While employed as the Low Voltage supervisor, I was responsible for the direct daily scheduling of a crew of up to 28 electricians. I was also the Facility Manager, Space allocation and Emergency Management person for the 200 Facilities under my direct supervision. This was broken down into a Preventative Maintaince crew, a Trouble call crew and a construction crew. I was responsible for the daily tracking of jobs/cost and the crews under me work material for all jobs currently. I was responsible for all crew training and work performance and quality control. I was also responsible for the tracking of all job costs and work performance metrics for the type three (construction) projects directed to our shop.

1997-2001 Maintaince Electrician, Space Gateway Support CCAFS

While employed with Space Gateway Support at CCAFS, I worked on all aspects of the Commercial and Industrial electrical field. To include, but not limited to: Independently perform installation, Maintaince, fabrication, modification, troubleshooting, repair, adjustment, calibration, molding, test and operation of high and low voltage power systems, substations, power panels, electro/mechanical, electrical/electronic high/low voltage equipment including specialized systems and control circuits, sub-systems assemblies, sub-assemblies, protective devices, instrumentation components, hoist, doors motors shop machinery, cables lightning, appliances, clocks gauges, meters, test equipment, gas and diesel generator. Able to work from verbal information, schematics, blueprints, wiring diagrams, documents, vendor manuals and applicable national, state and municipal specifications and

Codes. Able to perform compliance to Federal, State, local, NASA and Air Force laws, regulations, and requirements and KSC/CCAFS energy management conservation regulations.

1995-1997 Commercial/Industrial Electrician, Rams Staffing, Orlando, Fl.

While employed with Rams Staffing, I have worked on all aspects of the Commercial/Industrial electrical field to include but not limited to: 120/ 208-volt systems, 277/480volts, providing generator power to facilities, lighting, power distribution panels, as well as EMT and rigid pipe runs. 1991-1994 Foreman/Electrician/Technician, Commlink Network Services. While employed with Commlink Network I was responsible for running a crew of six in the installation, setup and test of fiber Optic equipment in various institutions throughout the state of Florida. I was also responsible for the 120-volt power for these systems. To include electrical service distribution panel and circuit and breakers.

1988-1991 Commercial/Industrial Electrician, AVM Electric, Raytown, Missouri

While employed as an electrician with AVM Electric, I worked all aspects of the

Commercial/Industrial electrical field to include but not limited to: Service installs, Main Distribution Panels, Control work, circuit tracing, troubleshooting, and service work, new as well as commercial remodel work. I worked with 120/208-volt systems as well as 277/480-volt systems. I have worked on and completely rewired Industrial machinery as well as multi-color printing presses. I have worked on fire Alarm panels and Fire Alarm Distribution panels.

Projects List

Jan-May 2017 Front lobby remodel project

Jan-June 2017 1 GW backup generator installation project

Jan May 2017 third floor office space renovation (32,000 sq., ft)

Jan-May 2015 fifth floor and first Floor office space renovation (55,000 sq. ft)

July-Oct 2013 first floor Office space Renovation (18.000 sq. Ft) June-Oct 2012 second Floor Office space Renovation (32,000 sq. ft) April-June 2012 Facility Grounding Grid TVSS upgrade. Oct-Dec 2010 (34) Rooftop HVAC Upgrade

June-July 2008 Shuttle Flame Trench Asbestos Abatement

2005-2008 Cape Canaveral Electrical Sub Station Remodels (4 Sub stations)

2008 Marine Patrol Facility (New Marine Boat House) (Space allocation)

2008 Medium Voltage Critical Transformer Change outs on Kennedy Space Center

2008 Dining Facilities Grease Hood installs (Fire Code)

2008 New Roll up door installation for Hangar N (Facility Codes)

2007 New 10-ton critical Lift crane installation for Shuttle booster work in AF (Space Hardware)

2007 Fire Sprinkler installation in Hangar G mid tower (Fire Codes/Life Safety)

2006-2007 Security upgrades for Shuttle Processing Facilities

2004-2006 Various Hurricane Repairs on both CCAFS and KSC

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