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Maintenance Construction

Location:
Richmond, Texas, United States
Salary:
24.00 hr.
Posted:
February 21, 2018

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Steven R. Hicks

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Huntsville, Texas 77320

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Experienced owner/operator of a General Contractor business. Knowledge in all phases of repair and maintenance of residential and commercial properties. Also experienced in administrative and technical managerial functions in the operations of day to day business. Literate in Microsoft Word, Excel, Lotus Notes software, Fax Machine, Copier, Adding Machine and Printer. Excellent leadership, organizational and communication skills. Dedicated to quality and efficiency.

Texas Department of Criminal Justice Sept. 2013 - Present

Region Maintenance

MAINTENANCE SUPV. IV – Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, General Maintenance and Construction .

Perform highly complex, schedules; supervisory maintenance and construction work in region one area. Work Involves overseeing mechanical,electrical maintenance and construction staff involved in the installation, care, and repair of state facilities and commercial HVAC and refrigeration equipment and supervising the work of both staff and offenders. Work under limited supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.

Texas Department of Criminal Justice Jan. 2010- Sept. 2013

Holliday Unit Sr. Maintenance Supervisor

Performs highly advanced supervisory unit maintenance and construction work. Work involves overseeing maintenance and construction staff; scheduling and assigning work; requisitioning materials and supplies; estimating work hours and materials required for projects; coordinating activities with management; and planning, assigning, and supervising the work of others. Works under minimal supervision with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.

Oversees and assigns work to unit maintenance and construction staff; coordinates work and advises management on specifics of proposed or ongoing unit and facility maintenance and construction projects; coordinates work assignments with other supervisors to ensure efficient and effective use of all resources; and ensures projects are planned, executed, and documented in compliance with agency policies and procedures.

Plans and schedules unit maintenance projects; reviews work requirements; coordinates and approves availability of materials, equipment, and supplies; inspects unit maintenance work and construction projects to determine compliance with applicable codes, laws, rules, and regulations; and reports inspection findings to staff and management.

Confers with program staff regarding unit maintenance and construction project issues; provides training and assistance in resolving technical problems; and ensures compliance with applicable safety rules, regulations, and standards.

Develops and maintains project records, documents, and files; and prepares reports detailing unit maintenance and construction activities, quality assurance, and work progress. Plans, assigns, and supervises the work of others. Assists in maintaining security of assigned offenders.

Texas Department of Criminal Justice Oct. 1, 2006- Jan 2010

Facilities Division, Huntsville TX.

Auditor II

Program planning, development and implementation of the process to assist 109 agency facilities including the privately operated facilities in the assessment of the effectiveness of the maintenance program to ensure compliance with requirement, laws, regulations, policies and procedure, give guidance of various staff to ensure proper performance during the Maintenance audit, review and analyze documentation submitted and prepare administrative reports of deficiencies with recommendations to correct, assist in development and implementation of programs for police changes, perform job duties assigned in a timely manner with moderate supervision with the use of independent judgment. Review and analyze various reports produced from the Computerized Maintenance Management System. (CMMS)

Top Notch Home Repair September 1998-Oct. 2006

Owner/operator- General Contractor

Huntsville, T.X.

Public administrations, maintenance and managerial functions in the operations of day to day business in residential and commercial properties. Ability to exhibit excellent leadership and communication skills with public and employees. Possess the knowledge

of working with construction tools or machines and the maintenance aspect of each. I

understand and have experience in electrical and mechanical maintenance. Have the

experience in bookkeeping and tracking materials for inventory and each active job at multiple sites. Experienced in handling multiple tacks at one time. Familiar with the City and Federal building codes, organizational structure, rules, regulations. Have the skills to interpret and apply rules, policies and procedure. Have extensively skilled in problem solving and project completion.

Texas Department of Criminal Justice April, 1994 –September, 1998

Industrial Supervisor III

Production/Maintenance Supervisor

Ellis Unit/ Death Row Garment Factory

Responsible for supervising 40 subordinates in the manufacturing of Textile Mill and garment factory products, scheduling and monitoring productions. As a member of the

Divisional Quality Team which consisted of nine factorys, the DQT team identified

problem areas, provided technical input concerning manufacturing and recommended changes where needed. Helped to inspect and direct preventive maintenance of machinery and assisted in the purchasing of raw materials and equipment, coordinated inventory control of raw materials and finished goods. Coordinated and directed technical training and in-service programs for both inmates and employees.

Texas Department of Criminal Justice September, 1992 –April, 1994

Industrial Supervisor III

Production/Maintenance Supervisor

Huntsville Walls Unit/ Textile Mill

Responsible for supervising 20 subordinates inmates staff, maintaining production and maintenance on all textile machinery and equipment. Responsible for each phase of plant operations, the safe and effedent operations of plant machinery and equipment, maintaining plant cleanliness and related duties when assigned. Reponsible for shift operations in the absence of the shift supervior.

Texas Department of Criminal Justice April, 1988 –September, 1992

Industrial Supervisor II

Production/Maintenance Supervisor

Price Daniel Unit

Responsible for production in the handsanding/lamination, maintenance department. Safety officer within the furniture factory.Responsible for maintaining inmate staff for two production departments. Established a maintenance department for newly opened factory. Maintained all PM maintenance repairs, logs and reports such as Standard Operating Procedure, Material Data Safety Sheets, etc. Responsible for the repair of all furniture factory machinery and equipment which included maintaining the factory's

interior and exterior buildings. Requistioned all maintenance equipment, supplies and materials for all machines and equipment.

Texas Department of Criminal Justice September, 1985 –April, 1988

Correctional Officer III

Estelle Unit

Responsible for day to day security within the Estelle Unit and duties as assigned.

Education

Quality Assurance program conducted by Phillip Crosby and Texas Correctional Industries (10 weeks)

Management Development Program Governor’s Center for Management by Stephen R. Covey

Principles of Supervision (40 hr. conducted by Texas Correctional Industries).

Crisis Management Training

Equal Employment Training

EPA Certification – Universal Type Technician (HVAC)-2010

TWIC Card

Reference

Available upon request



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