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Natural Gas Professional

Location:
Carnegie, Pennsylvania, 15106, United States
Posted:
June 14, 2018

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Jeremy Smith

*** ***** ******

Carnegie, PA 15106

OVERVIEW

Experienced focus driven professional providing flexibility and expertise in project management; adept at business solution support that involves complex tasks; works well under pressure. Proven capability with planning and developing strategic plans aligned with company initiatives; strong leadership skills. Results driven with proven ability to establish rapport with clients/customers. Energetic, outgoing, and driven to reach company goals and expectations; adapts well with changes and satisfies assignment requirements; results-oriented and a go-getter.

10 years leadership experience with a strong aptitude for field service assignments and customer service.

Highly adept and knowledgeable communicator across multiple levels of organizations.

Proven ability to manage budgets and controlling costs with proven success in managing inventory to meet forecasted budgets.

Sales professional focused on enhancing customer satisfaction and territory growth.

CORE COMPETENCIES

Relationship Development

Strategic Thinking

Team Building

Problem Solving and Decision Making

Planning and Organizing

Leadership

Time Management

Customer Focus

Internal Operations

Innovative Thinking

Quality Management

Marketing and Communication

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Target Emission Services March 2017- Present

Field Technician I

Complete leak detection and gas emission assessment services.

Responsible for managing and documenting gas emission and leak detection and repair projects for existing and potential clients

Perform leak detection utilizing Optical Gas Imaging equipment

Complete leak detection and repair component inventory construction and maintenance

Database maintenance and provide reports to client satisfaction

Provides training and guidance to field service team

Acts as liaison with existing and potential clients

Meets all client safety and plant requirements. Comply with requirements of currently eleven (11) different industry company’s: Markwest, Columbia Gas, TransCanada, Dominion, Williams, Atlas, Stonehenge Energy, Enable Energy, Enbridge, Spectra Energy, and Occidental Petroleum

Assists with ongoing development and enhancements of the TARGET TRACKTM Proprietary Software used to record and track gas emission leaks

Conduct emission assessment services for numerous gas compression gathering facilities and gas processing plants.

Travel to and perform leak detection and repair projects at plants within the US, located across five (5) states. Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, and Texas

Mastery of the use of numerous tools used to identify and quantify gas emissions:

Forward Looking Infrared Radiometer Camera

Range Finder

Bacharach Hi-Flow Sampler

Combustible Gas Detector - Cosmos XP-3160 PPM

Altair Personal Gas Detector Monitor (gas monitor to detect CO2, H2S, CH4, O2)

Mastered the use of numerous software tools:

Intrinsically Safe Cell Phone Applications: Target Leak Detection and Repair Application

Target Track App (upload leaks)

Target Track Online (views and edits current leaks uploaded through the Target Track App).

Proficient use of Microsoft Applications – Outlook, SharePoint, Excel, Word, OneDrive, PowerPoint

Detection and repair – perform leak scans on gas processing equipment, processes, and gathering/transmission compression sites

Exceeds task assignment metrics. (I identified, monitored and formally documented 1,287 leaks in 2017)

Training, certifications/regulations:

OSHA – Completed a 10-Hour OSHA Hazard Recognition Training for General Industry

3/14/17 – 3/14/19

American Health Care Academy - Adult, Child, Infant CPR & AED Training Certification

3/14/17 - 3/15/19

TransCanada Completion of Contractor HSE Orientation

1/16/18 – 1/16/20

Gold Medal Food Distribution October, 2016 – March 2017 Warehouse Distribution Manager

Responsible for organizing the safe and efficient receipt, storage, and dispatch of warehoused goods

Ordering, receiving, warehousing, and distribution

Initiated, coordinated, and enforced Gold Medal’s established food distribution program

Directed operational and personnel policies/procedures

Maintained warehouse staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees

Advanced Gas Engine Solutions (AGES)

April, 2014 – October 2016

Sales and Marketing Representative

Expanded sales territory by 5 states in 2 years. (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin)

Increased client base by 20%.

Secured $100K in new sales by establishing and maintaining favorable work relationships with customers and prospects

Establishing sales channels to serve customer base in the oil and gas Industry for ignition system products

Promptly responded to all inquiries

Performed territory sales development/client services which supported the company’s distribution strategy

Projected business by identifying and developing new and key accounts

Developed a good image of, and customer confidence in, AGES, as favored vendor as part of an overall sales strategy

Participated in sales distribution program development and market development programs

Served as the interface between customer and product manufacturer, to maximize the new and updated product launches

Established and developed relationships and agreements with material suppliers

Consistently monitored industry trends and competitive activities and communicated them to management

Managed sales and travel budgets

Serviced existing accounts, processed orders, cultivated and established new accounts, planned and organized daily work schedule

Adjusted content of sales presentations by studying sales outlet/trade factor

Focused sales efforts by studying existing and potential volume of customers

Formulated and submitted quotations for product offerings and technical services

Updated management, delivered timely activity and result reports, completed daily call reports, weekly work plans, and monthly and annual territory analyses

Monitored competition by gathering current new market place information on pricing, products, delivery schedules, merchandising techniques

Nike Factory Outlet Store

November 2008 – April, 2014

Lead Manager

Exceeded daily sales quotas by 20% over expected goals on a regular basis

Supervised and motivated 20 sales associates

Responsible for sales associates daily work schedules and assignments

Ranked 2nd in customer satisfaction when ranking all stores in the US

Helped store attain and sustain the results of $1 million sales each year during 5 years of tenure

Managed cashiering activities of up to $100K per day, returns and exchanges, while adhering to Nike policies and standards of optimal customer service

Supervised opening and closing procedures using Nike Corporate Standards

Increased sales in Woman’s and Children departments by 6%

Increased sales in men’s apparel by 4%

Received Nike’s Employee of the Month (peer award)

Managed new employee orientation

Provided a high level of service for up to 6000 customers per day

Utilized exceptional customer service skills, sales techniques, and product knowledge to connect customers with the right product and drive sales

Maintained knowledge of all store departments and performed all activities while handling more complex transactions/customer service situations

Provided expertise in shipping and receiving

Assisted managers in conducting formal on-boarding and training programs for new associates

Assisted with loss prevention efforts by providing proactive customer service

EQT Corporation

April 2008 – October 2008

Compressor and Pipeline Operator

Operated and controlled valves to start compressor engines, pumps, and auxiliary equipment

Monitored meters, gauges, and maintain instrument charts to ensure specified temperature, pressure, and flow of gas through system

Operated equipment to control transmission of natural gas through pipelines

Conducted chemical tests to evaluate quality of gas

Performed major and minor repairs on equipment, requiring the mastering of use of specialty tools.

Fully Operator Qualified for 31 Tasks in 2011 – *Tasks listed below

Morrison’s Health Care Services

April 2006 – April 2008

Cook and Cashier

Continually motivating self and others to obtain a pleasant, speedy and high-quality eating experience

Provided exemplary customer service to maintain customer satisfaction and contribute to company success

Inspected food preparation and serving areas to ensure observance of safe, sanitary food-handling practices

Estimated expected food consumption; requisition/purchase supplies and/or procure food from storage

Prepare a variety of food items based on daily menu

Proper use and maintenance of kitchen equipment

EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS

California University of Pennsylvania – Bachelor of Science - Business Administration

Allegheny Community College

West Virginia University

Pennsylvania State Insurance License

VOLUNTEER SERVICE

Teen Outreach, Washington, PA (Yoga for Teens fundraising/donation pick-up and delivery)

The Washington Hospital, Washington, PA (Screening and wellness services)

New Covenant Church, Lancaster, PA (Thanksgiving dinner server)

Wheeling Walks (Program Aid)

WV Walks (Program Aid)

* Operator Qualification Task Completion Record

NAME

Jeremy Smith

Company

EQT Midstream

TASK ID

TASK DESCRIPTION

METHOD

ISSUE DATE

EXPIRATION DATE

GENERAL TASKS

002

Applying pipe coatings in the field for maintenance

S and/or W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

003

Repair coatings on existing steel mains

S and/or W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

008

Cleaning either coating or jacketing pipe for atmospheric corrosion

S and/or W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

010

Inspecting for atmospheric corrosion

S and/or W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

011

Inspecting the condition of exposed pipe or pipe coating

S and/or W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

018

Leak Investigation

S and/or W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

020

Locate and mark a facility

S and/or W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

025

Repair a non-leaking damaged pipe

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

026

Installing a pipe by trenching for maintenance

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

027

Installing a pipe by insertion

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

028

Inspect pipe at a maintenance job for damage

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

029

Maintaining service & curb boxes

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

037

Bedding and backfill

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

039

Uprating

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

044

Pressure testing

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

045

Purging a pipeline

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

047

Abandonment or deactivation of mainlines

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

049

Conducting leak surveys

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

050

Patrolling & inspecting pipelines

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

051

Abandoning service line

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

052

Extend or Cutback S/L

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

053

Inspect Valves

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

054

Repair & maintain line valves

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

999

AOC

W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

Practical Tests

Pass / Fail

013

Installing/replacing an anode on existing pipe

S

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

Pass

015

Install/replace a corrosion test station on existing pipe

S and/or W

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

Pass

023

Repair Leaks

S

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

Pass

034

Joining PE pipe using mechanical connections

S

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

Pass

041

Tapping gas flow 1 psig to 100 psig

S

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

Pass

046

Joining steel pipe using mechanical fittings

S

5/22/2008

12/31/2011

Pass



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