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Maintenance Supervisor

Location:
Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
Salary:
50,000
Posted:
November 09, 2018

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SALVATORE G. FONTANA *** Carew Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23462

757-***-**** • ac7ni7@r.postjobfree.com

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

• High and Low pressure Cryogenic Equipment technician NEC 4283

• Specialized in and familiar with all naval O2N2 Producers and associated equipment

• Course Supervisor of Naval School of Cryogenics

• Distinguished Instructor NEC 9502

• Curriculum Developer NEC 9506

• Qualified as Quality Assurance Officer and participated in shipboard QA audits

• EPA Universal certified

Career Profile

Detail-oriented, highly organized maintenance manager with 20 year career in the U.S. Navy, and 15 years of civilian managerial and maintenance work. Excellent at motivating staff through soliciting their ideas for doing a job in the most efficient, cost-effective manner. Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills; good troubleshooter; outstanding work ethic. Proficient in Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Access) and Yardi System software; learns new computer skills easily. EPA Universal certified. Availability: 2 week notice

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR JEB LITTLE CREEK NAVY EXCHANGE 09/2013-Present

• Manages and directs a maintenance, repair and improvement program at a Navy Exchange Activity (NEX).

• Develops and prepares a number of reports for the maintenance of the facilities

• Responsible for Navy Exchange buildings; reviews plans and specifications for alterations, renovations and remodeling of existing buildings, facilities and equipment

• Reviews plans developed for maintenance and repair work, including new construction, alteration projects, replacement of existing equipment and the procurement and installation of additional equipment

• Plans, schedules and coordinates a Preventive Maintenance Program and conducts surveys and inspections of buildings, equipment and vehicles

• Prepares work descriptions and formulates work assignments for maintenance personnel utilizing an approved work order management system

• Prepares requests and justifications for submission of projects to NEXCOM

• Provides adequate staffing for all areas of responsibility

• Schedules work, assigns areas of responsibilities, approves leave, evaluates the work performance of subordinates personnel, consults and coordinates with the personnel office on matters relating to hiring, transfers, promotions, discipline, grievances and terminations

• Directs a number of associates ( maintenance and food court comprised of full-time, flex and part-time associates)

• Responsible for the efficient flow of repair work throughout the facilities

• Establishes and maintains liaison with local public works, NAVFAC engineering, Officer in Charge of Construction (OICC), NEXCOM and managers in order to ensure a smooth flow of plans, inspection schedules and general engineering assistance

• Coordinates with managers and supervisors on matters relating to equipment layout, decor designs and other project details

• Implements policies and procedures relating to equipment and Facility Preventive Maintenance and other programs issued by NEXCOM

• Performs other related duties as required.

• Awarded NEX little Creek “Supervisor of the Quarter” for fourth quarter 2013

SEARS RESIDENTIAL REFRIGERATION TECHNICIAN Virginia Beach, VA. 7/2012-09/2013

Responsible for the repair of products in the customer’s home. Products repaired include all manufactures Refrigerators and Freezers (sealed systems), Window Air Conditioners and PTAC Systems, plus an assortment of equipment.

Responsibilities include;

• Accurately diagnose and give the customer an accurate estimate of the cost of repair if applicable, and repair appliances/equipment in the customer's home

• Provide timely and quality repairs of customers products while maintaining high customer satisfaction

• Works as a dedicated team member to ensure fast, flexible and expert service to every customer

• Work variable and flexible hours, including required overtime

• Handles stressful situations and work in a fast-paced environment

• Performs all services within manufacturer specifications, maintenance and safety procedures to protect company and customer assets (truck, tools, parts, inventory, etc.)

• Read, understand, and apply written text of a technical nature in order to answer questions, solve problems, or complete job tasks

• Effectively communicates with, vendors, third party customers and other outside sources

• Effectively communicates with diverse groups, tailoring communication for audience/situation

COURTYARDS OF CHANTICLEER Virginia Beach, Virginia 8/2010-6/2011

Maintenance Supervisor

• Managed all maintenance responsibilities for 304 unit apartment complex

• Supervised staff of 4 (painter, prep person, housecleaner, and tech) including hiring, scheduling, training, supervising, discipline, etc.)

• Ordered supplies, paid bills, inspected vacant apartments, grounds, and public areas frequently and as tenants moved out; submitted reports for damages for tenants; ordered carpet and linoleum replacements as necessary

• Handled a variety of maintenance duties, including carpentry, painting, AC&R, appliances, and reading plans and drawings; ensured that all repairs and services were completed correctly and on schedule

• Started in 8/2010 with over 300 outstanding work requests, many of which were 200 days old; as of 6/24/11, open work orders were down to 40, 20 of which came in the last week for air conditioning problems

• Improved maintenance workshop from a shack in the back of the complex where supplies were stored to a well-organized area with a self-constructed workbench, labeled shelves for stock, etc.

WORK EXPERIENCE

• March 2008 – March 2009

Hired as the General Manager of the Ocean Key Resort. A 142-room resort located on the waterfront in Virginia Beach, VA. Duties as follows: Management of property operations on a day-to-day basis to assure optimum performance and continual improvement of the hotel. Ensure efficient and profitable operation of the hotel. Establishes standards for personnel administration, performance, and service to patrons.

Responsible for the recruitment and hiring of qualified applicants and training of employees in accordance to company standards. Provide training and development of all staff and individuals connected with the resort, as well as assisting the Vice President of Resort Operations. Allocates funds, authorizes expenditures, and assists in planning budgets for departments. Interviews, hires, and evaluates personnel. Answers patron’s complaints and resolves problems. Ensures immediate deposit/allocation of revenues, integrity of audits, resources and profit/loss statements.

Engage, motivate and give direction to all employees. Conduct daily meetings to empower staff to strive for excellence. Inspects guests’ rooms, public access areas, and outside grounds for cleanliness and appearance daily. Directly responsible for performance of front desk, maintenance, security, housekeeping activities, restaurant and bellmen/parking lot departments. Provide various information including company communications, policy reviews, local property activities, goals, etc. Review and submission of employee timecards. Follow all federal, state, and local employment related laws and regulations and the managing of employee personnel files, with the guidance of the HR representative. Provide counseling sessions; complete employee evaluations; disciplinary documentation; conducts possible terminations. Mentor and develop all staff. Liaison with the restaurant lessee and reports any disturbances, owner/guest/employee complaint resolution.

Responsible for maximizing revenues and controlling expenses to exceed last year’s actual and current years budgeted net operating income. The following tasks are duties that the General Mangers perform in order to maximize their bottom line. Daily report of revenues. Verify proper staffing levels. Give accurate input for annual hotel budgets.

Firm understanding of financial activities within the hotel and the ability to communicate these activities with corporate office. Ensure the collection of direct bill accounts. Maintain and monitor inventory supplies within budgeted limits, including monthly inventory counts. Purchasing of goods and service from approved vendors within purchasing procedures. Regularly monitor invoices for accuracy. Regularly analyze vendors for best available pricing.

Accomplishments:

-Within a year resort habitability scores rose from 2.8 to 4.0 (highest score possible)

- Guest’s complaints down by 90 percent

-Out of three resorts in the chain only resort of three to post a year end profit.

• January 2001 – March 2008

Promoted to Director of Maintenance of a 120 bed nursing center and an 80 bed assisted living facility campus called Sentara Nursing Center-Virginia Beach: Duties as follows:

Solicits reviews, negotiates bids for outside contractors to perform work beyond the capacity of the department ensuring cost effectiveness. Oversees the completion of the work. Established and monitored a preventative maintenance program for over 300 pieces of equipment. Forecasts facility and capital equipment needs. Maintains cost sheets to assure costs are within operating budget. Establishes inventory of supplies. Maintains staffing within budget. Provides on the job training to staff. Counsels staff when appropriate. Responsible for the interview and selection process of maintenance assistants. Assures policies and procedures are communicated to staff. Maintains attendance, counseling and corrective action records. Reviews and submits approved employee work hours to payroll. Performs facility orientation as it relates to fire and safety. Conducts in-services for the facility in accordance with regulations. Heads the safety committee. Develops and maintains policies and procedures for the department and facility as it applies. Conducts fire drills monthly covering each shift during the quarter of the year. Maintain and foster positive communications with other departments.

Maintained 30K below budget six years in a row

Monitored the completion of 3000+ documented work annually for the last four years

• July 2000 – January 2001

Employed as a maintenance assistant for Sentara Nursing Center –VB. Responsible for the preservation and maintenance of a 120 bed nursing center and an 80 bed assisted living facility. Duties include: repairing air conditioning/heating units (consisting of evacuation and charging systems, compressor removal and installation, troubleshooting and component replacement. General painting, carpentry, plumbing and electrical work, using plaster or compound to patch minor holes and cracks in walls and ceilings. Repairing or replacing sinks, water coolers and commodes; painting structures and equipment; repairing or replacing damaged floor tiles; installing door locks; repairing nurse call systems and alarm systems, food service equipment, room air conditioning units. Responsible for developing and implementing a preventative maintenance program and in executing preventive maintenance on all machinery and equipment at both facilities.

• May 1999 – July 2000

Employed as a maintenance assistant for Sentara Nursing center-Norfolk. Responsible for the preservation and maintenance of a 240 nursing bed center and an 80 bed assisted living facility. Duties include: repairing air conditioning/heating units (consisting of evacuation and charging systems, compressor removal and installation, troubleshooting and component replacement. General painting, carpentry, plumbing and electrical work, using plaster or compound to patch minor holes and cracks in walls and ceilings. Repairing or replacing sinks, water coolers and commodes; painting structures and equipment; repairing or replacing damaged floor tiles; installing door locks; repairing nurse call systems and alarm systems, food service equipment, room air conditioning units. Responsible for developing and implementing a preventative maintenance program and in executing preventive maintenance on all machinery and equipment at both facilities.

Recognized as employee of the month for January 2000

• October 1995 – March 1999 (Completed twenty years of Naval service)

Commander naval Air Force, Atlantic Fleet (COMNAVAIRLANT) Cryogenics/Ships Auxiliaries Technical Assistant

Served as Ships Auxiliaries officer for COMNAVAIRLANT, Ships Material N43. Responsible for the safety and assisting in material assessment and repairs for all Cryogenic (O2N2, Oxygen and Nitrogen) producers and Auxiliary systems on all east coast aircraft carriers. Reviewed all auxiliary related alteration requests and work definition packages of shipboard equipment and assisted in coordinating the repairs in the scheduled availability time frames. Reviewed a myriad of reports to ensure all naval specifications as well as all federal, state, and environmental guidelines were being followed. Initiated working groups to resolve numerous technical issues and implement changes and corrective actions. Served as COMNAVAIRLANT’S Drug and Alcohol program Advisor (DAPA) representative.

Responsible for the implementation of “sealed” cryogenic storage tanks which has been approved as a shipalt for all aircraft carriers saving hundreds of thousands of dollars in maintenance and man hours.

• November 1991 – October 1995

Fleet Training Center, Cryogenics School Course Supervisor

Responsible for the curricula development, preparation, and presentation of course material which included table assignment matrix, training level assignments, course learning objectives, topical outline, topic learning objectives, testing plan, objective assignment chart, instructor computations, and master course schedule.

Top watch qualified on the Air products, High Pressure 80-3- producer and the Cosmodyne, Low pressure GB-2A producer. Operator and mechanic on the Dresser rand six stage high pressure air compressors, the Elliot centrifugal low pressure air compressor and the Worthington CAP-16 low pressure air compressors. Performed preventative and corrective maintenance on all operational cryogenic equipment.

Completely revised and updated course resulting in reduction on course length from 19 to 16 weeks saving $60,000 per class convening

• October 1987 – November 1991

USS COOK, FF-1083 Leading Petty Officer, (LPO)/Ships Maintenance and Material Officer, (SMMO)

As LPO, supervised 12 active and 5 reserve personnel. Responsible for maintenance, operation and repairs of all auxiliary equipment (steering systems, compressed air systems, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, anchor windlasses, whistles, winches, etc. including calibration of pressure and temperature sensing devices, proper adjustment of thermal expansion valves, pressure switches, thermostats and regular valves and food service equipment. As SMMO, responsible for coordination tracking and supervision of over 200 ship repair jobs to a wide variety of activities. Implemented a quality assurance program onboard.



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