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Tucson, AZ
Posted:
June 11, 2018

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CURRICULUM VITAE

CDR DELREY KIRK PEARSON, PE, MCE

Address **** * *** ***** **

Tucson, AZ 85757

520-***-****

ac5t1u@r.postjobfree.com

Education Bachelor of Science in General Engineering

Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho

ABET accredited

Sept. 1985 – May 1990

Graduated May 1990

Master of Civil Engineering

Norwich University, Northfield, Vermont

ABET accredited

June 2006 – June 2008

Graduated June 2008

Professional Professional Engineer,

Registration State of Kansas

July 19, 1999 to Present

License Number 15619

State of Arizona

December 2016 to Present

License Number 63350

EXPERIENCE:

Mar 2017 – Dec 2017 Facility Engineer, Tohono O’odham Nation Health Care

Sells Hospital

P.O. Box 548

Sells, Arizona 85634

Supervisor: George Ackerman

Responsible for the Hospital and three clinics of the TONHC.

Prepared and responsible for a five-million-dollar budget,

Contracted for services, Life Safety inspection and maintenance and repairs of the facilities

procurement of goods and services and

supervision of personal for three facilities.

Prepared Hospital and Clinics for Joint Commission inspection.

Mar 2007 – Dec 2016 Supervisor Facilities Management Engineer II

Indian Health Service

Sells Hospital

P.O. Box 548

Sells, Arizona 85634

Supervisor: Diane Shanley

Major Duties

Performs a variety of engineering tasks related to the effective management of Government-owned facilities at the Sells Indian Hospital. This complex includes a hospital, health centers, personnel quarters, dental clinics facilities, warehouses and other support facilities. Typically, duties include the following:

1.Planning, implementing, and monitoring programs for preventive and demand maintenance of buildings, building systems, equipment, grounds, utilities, etc., including Contracting Officer Technical Representative of service and utilities contracts and construction projects. Service and construction contracts includes:

a.New Sells Hospital CT Building

b.Sells Hospital Propane Tank Farm Renovation

c.Sells Hospital Exterior Painting

d.Service unit Telephone Contract

e.Service unit Translation Contract

f.Sells $2.5m HVAC renovation (boiler, chillers, generators, cooler, and electrical upgrade)

g.Four new Sells Modular buildings

h.Sells waiting room renovation

i.Sells Inpatient bathroom project

j.Sells Fire System renovation

k.Sells $1.4m Emergency Department renovation

l.Sells Administration building renovation

m.Sells temporary kitchen

n.Sells Outpatient and Urgent renovation

o.Sells Eye Clinic relocation

p.Sells Hospital interior painting

q.Quarters renovation (1 to 2 per year)

r.Sells Campus Water Service Line renovation

s.Sells Hospital Flooring Project

2.Identifying existing or potential facilities deficiencies and taking appropriate action to correct them, including conducting facilities surveys, performing engineering studies, and developing scopes of work and cost estimates.

3.Performing administrative activities necessary to effectively manage facilities, including:

a.Preparing budgets,

b.Planning and assigning work,

c.Coordinating activities with other departments, which includes working on the follow committees:

Safety

Quality Control

Quarters

Supervisors

Space Assignment

Biomedical Equipment

4.Maintaining records necessary to meet requirements of various regulating and accrediting organizations, (Joint commission, EPA OSHA.)

5.Procurement of goods, equipment and services to operate the Facility Maintenance and Biomedical Departments at Sells Hospital.

6.Supervisor of Facility Maintenance and Biomedical Staff. Duties include scheduling work crew assignments, developing maintenance schedules and employee actions of over fifteen employees.

Collateral Duties Held

1.Serve as the Tucson Area coordinate for the WebTMA work order database.

2.Serve as the Tucson Area representative to the IHS WebTMA committee.

3.Served as National Chairman of the IHS WebTMA committee in 2009

4.Contracting Officer Technical Representative

Senior Environmental Engineer

Dec 1999 – Mar 2007 Indian Health Service

Department of Environmental Health and Engineering

2250 N. Pinal Av., Suite 4

Casa Grande, Arizona 85222

Supervisor: Ross Schroeder, District Engineer

Major Duties and Projects

1.Project Engineer for the design and construction of an arsenic treatment plant for the Covered Well Regional Water System. The USEPA and Indian Health Service funded this project for over $120,000. This project is being built in cooperation with the USEPA, the Tohono O’odham Nation, and the Indian Health Service.

2.Project Engineer for the construction the elevated water storage tank for the Westside Health Clinic.

3.Designed water and wastewater facilities for the Tohono O’odham Detention Facility. This project is funded by the Department of Justice project for over $1,900,000. This project was to be built in cooperation with the Department of Justice, the Tohono O’odham Nation, and the Indian Health Service.

4.Designed and constructed a regional water system to serve six communities in the Greater Santa Rosa Area. Project was funded for $1,730,000 and the project will provide water for 239 homes and the Santa Rosa Boarding School.

5.Designed and constructed a regional water system to serve Upper and Lower Covered Wells. Project was funded for $1,506,000 and the project has provided water for 58 homes.

6.Contracting Officer Representative for a reservation wide water tank construction project, which is provides water storage for eight different communities and funded for $938,273.05

7.Contracting Officer Representative for a reservation wide water well equipping project, which is provides water for four different communities and is funded for over $234,644.52

8.Designing water system upgrades for the village of North Komelik, AZ.

9.Designing a regional water system for the communities of Chui Chu and White Horse Pass, AZ

10.Designing individual water and wastewater systems for the villages of Santa Rosa, AZ, Jackrabbit and Cobabi, AZ

11.Provide Technical assistance to the Sif Oidak and Gu Achi districts regarding water wastewater, and solid waste.

Collateral Duties Held

1.Tucson Area Arsenic Coordinator

2.Direct supervisory responsibility of two OEH technicians.

3.Contracting Officer Technical Representative

Senior Environmental Engineer

Aug 1997 – Dec 1999 Indian Health Service

Tuba City OEHE

P.O. Box 600

Tuba City, AZ 86043

Supervisor: Richard Johnson, District Engineer

Major Duties and Projects

1.Project Engineer for eight water and wastewater projects, which were funded for over $3,500,000. These projects affected four communities with over 300 homes.

2.Provide Technical assistance to the Cameron, Coppermine, and Coalmine districts regarding water wastewater, and solid waste.

Collateral Duties

1.Office Manager of the Tuba City OEH office facilities. Responsibilities include managing the construction yard, office space, GSA vehicles, and equipment and served on the safety and space committee of the Tuba City Indian Medical Center.

2.Direct supervisory responsibility of three employees: two technicians and a clerk.

3.Contracting Officer Technical Representative

Environmental Engineer

June 1992 – Aug 1997 Indian Health Service,

OEH Field Office,

P.O. Box 349,

Holton, Kansas 66436

Supervisor: Robert Young, District Engineer

Major Duties and Projects

1.Designed and supervised construction of individual water and waste water systems for the Iowa, Sac and Fox, Kickapoo and Potawatomi tribes.

2.Project Engineer for eight water and waste water projects.

Collateral Duties

1.Office Manager of the Holton OEH office facilities. Responsibilities include managing the office space, GSA vehicles, and equipment.

2.Direct supervisory responsibility of a clerk.

3.Provided Technical Assistance to Kickapoo Nation during the Flood of 1993, EDB contamination, and Delaware River Fish Kill.

4.Contracting Officer Technical Representative

Junior Environmental Engineer

Jan 1991 – Jun 1992 Indian Health Service,

201 W. Oklahoma Ave., Room 223,

Guthrie, OK 73044

Supervisor: Robert Young, District Engineer

Major Duties and Projects

1.Conduct Engineering studies of several communities in the Oklahoma Area.

2.Assisted Oklahoma Area Engineers with their projects.

USPHS AWARDS AND HONORS

PHS Commissioned Corps Honor Awards

Presidential Unit Citation 25 September 2015

Commendation Medal 16 March 2013

Unit Commendation 31 October 2011

Special Assignment Award 8 December 2010

Outstanding Unit Citation 15 April 2010

Unit Commendation 24 September 2009

Isolation Duty 6 September 2007

Outstanding Unit Citation 24 January 2007

Unit Commendation 9 November 2006

Unit Commendation 24 February 2006

Crisis Response Service Award 23 January 2006

Unit Commendation 5 January 2006

Citation 22 December 2005

Achievement Medal 3 December 2005

Unit Commendation 24 August 2004

Achievement Medal 16 May 2003

Isolation Duty 1 February 1998

Achievement Medal 27 April 1994

Unit Commendation 8 December 1993

Unit Commendation 16 December 1993

Other Awards

IHS Service Director’s Award Headquarters, IHS June 2011

Self Development Award Tucson Area, IHS May 2009

Self Development Award Tucson Area, IHS May 2006

Cumming Award SAME October 2005

Exception Performance Award Tucson Area, IHS May 2003

IHS Service Director’s Award Headquarters, IHS May 2003

ASSIMLATION:

Regular Corps Appointment 15 December 2003

READINESS

Readiness Status: Basis

Deployment Role: Disaster Response Engineer

BLS June 2011 – June 2013

Basic Disaster Life Support Certificate July 2007

DEPLOYMENTS:

1)Hurricane Dean Medical Relief team San Antonio, Texas August 2007

a)Set up approximately 100 beds special needs shelter in San Antonia, operational within 24-hours of setup.

b)Administration officer

c)Disassembled the shelter

2)Hurricane Rita Medical Relief team East Texas September 2005

a)Set up approximately 500 bed special needs shelter at Texas A&M large animal hospital, operational within 24-hours of setup.

i)Supply Officer for the night shift

ii)Cared for patients with a variety of medical needs and theirs families

iii)Disassembled the Texas A&M shelter

b)Setup a 130 bed special needs shelter in Marlin, TX.

i)Conducted the initial survey of the Marlin, TX facility

ii)Supply Officer for the night shift

iii)Cared for patients with a variety of medical needs and theirs families

3)Boy Scouts of America National Jamboree Fort AP Hill, VA August 2005

a)Coordinated water testing and water tank placement at the “2005 Boy Scout National Jamboree”

b)Organized and Conducted water supply coordination meeting with Fort AP Hill Staff, Boy Scout of America Staff, and US Army. This meeting coordinated efforts to supply over 60,000 Boy Scouts, leaders, and visitors with water during extreme hot weather conditions and during a presidential visit.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Society of American Military Engineers, Tucson Post May 2000 – Present

Commission Officer Association of the USPHS, Tucson Chapter Feb 1991 – Present

Order of the Engineer, Idaho State University May 1990 – Present

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Scoutmaster, Committee Boy Scouts of America Apr 1991 – Feb 2002



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