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Electrical Manager

Toronto, OH
November 10, 2018

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To Whom it may concern:

I would appreciate the opportunity to be considered for the position of “Maintenance Manager”.

My present employer is with Partners Alliance as a contractor working as a Melt Shop Maintenance Supervisor with Universal Stainless Steel and Alloy Products in Bridgeville, PA. Previously, I worked with Westinghouse Electric as a contractor performing Production Supervision for the GICP Safety Components of Nuclear Reactor Power Generation Stations since February 1, 2016. I had also been working with AK Steel as a Maintenance Planner Engineer for the Hot Strip Mill in Mansfield, Ohio, and just prior to this I was employed with Severstal Warren / RG Steel, Warren since August, 1999, and had been serving as an Electrical Maintenance Shift Manager\Planner at the 56” Hot Strip Mill. I have been very active in all phases of the maintenance program with “above expectations” ratings on all my annual evaluations. I have been involved in various cost savings projects. We were laid off due to the company filing bankruptcy. Prior to the lay-off, I was promoted as the Electrical Maintenance Planner of 56” Hot Strip where I planned all levels of electrical work performed in our department and answered trouble calls on a 24 hr. call basis. I was also involved in various upgrade projects ie: installation of VFD drives for our descale pump motors. This project would have resulted in an annual savings in electric usage of approximately $1.35 million, plus additional mechanical and production advantages.

I have been working with the GE 90/70, GE 90/30, Allen Bradley, Cegelec Alspa 80-MT systems and the GE Series Six PLC’s. I was instrumental in the developing and teaching MTE’s step- by- step procedures to make common changes in the program with a favorable success rate.

I am well versed with high voltage switchgear, 480 – 13,800 volts, and carry a valid certification to work on these. I have done various levels of troubleshooting in these systems, and believe and practice root /cause analysis in all delay and trouble faults in both maintenance and safety issues.

I am consistent in promoting the company’s Safety program. I was a member of the department’s safety committee. I also am familiar and working with the Lean Management system. I have worked with various Maintenance Planning systems ie: Mapcon, Teams, SAP and MP2 and others.

I am a good, solid candidate and believe that I will be a great addition to your company.

Respectively submitted,

Robert D. Wood


1787 State Route 213

Steubenville, Ohio 43952

Home: 740-***-**** Cell: 740-***-****


A leadership position utilizing strong organizational and communication skills.


Thirty plus years of electrical/mechanical troubleshooting experience in a variety of industries.

Twenty years of results-oriented supervisory experience. Very hands-on, adaptable with a very

strong work ethic. Extremely innovative with the ability to troubleshoot, improvise and make responsible and immediate decisions. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.



Contractor – Melt Shop Maintenance Supervisor 2017-present

Set-up and developed plans for daily routines for the mechanical, electrical, and electrical technicians. Laid out outages, ordered parts, as needed, worked with vendors, and assisted on breakdown calls as needed


Westinghouse Electric Company

Contractor - Production Supervisor – GICP 2016-2017

Oversee the testing operations of the safety components for AP1000 Nuclear Power Reactors. Conducted safety meetings and assisted as required with scheduling, and cabinet inspections.

McConway & Torley, Pittsburgh, PA

Contractor - Maintenance Planning Manager 2014-2015

Set-up and developed plans for daily routines for the mechanical, electrical, and electrical technicians. Laid out outages, ordered parts, as needed, worked with vendors. Set-up for extended projects and outages.

AK STEEL, Mansfield, OH 2012-2014

Hot Strip Mill Maintenance Planning Engineer

Set-up and developed plans for daily routines for the mechanical, electrical, and electrical technicians. Laid out outages, ordered parts, as needed, worked with vendors, and assisted on breakdown calls as needed.

RG STEEL, Warren, OH

56” Electrical Maintenance Shift Manager / Planner 1999-2012

Supervised mechanical and electrical repair operations of 56” hot strip mill. On call 24 hour to assist in trouble-shooting as needed. Assisted in planning of repairs to ensure minimal downtime.


Maintenance Superintendent, Cadiz plant operations 1998-1999

Supervised all maintenance operations, mechanical, electrical planning and layout of new installations and various capital projects. Made all purchases for replacement and spare parts for all equipment and maintained inventory of useable tooling. We did trouble-shooting as needed and made repairs as required. For a short time held position of plant safety director and assisted in setting up different programs for safety awareness. Maintained various OSHA records for safety and maintenance programs.

WEIRTON STEEL CORP., Weirton, West Virginia 1995-1998

Tin Mill Division, Motor Inspector/Crew Chief

Performed maintenance and troubleshooting tasks as needed for electroplating tin lines. Also

conducted preventive maintenance repairs as scheduled. Perform duties of crew chief.

ORMET ALUMINUM CORP., Hannibal, Ohio 1994-1995

Rolling Mill Division Electric Turn Foreman

Supervised all electrical and instrumentation troubleshooting, repairs, and operations. Monitored

various operations and made proper adjustments and repairs. Called overtime personnel and set

up repair schedules as needed.

V&S SCHULLER ENGINEERING CORP., Canton, Ohio 1993-1994 Maintenance Person

Responsible for all electrical and mechanical troubleshooting and repairs throughout the entire plant. Also ordered and purchased all maintenance spare parts and accessories as needed. Performed the duties of engineer as required during purchase and installation of plant equipment. Set up safety program for proper inspection of overhead cranes and other maintenance records.

WHEELING-PITTSBURGH STEEL CORP., Mingo Junction, Ohio 1987-1993

80" Hot Strip Electric Foreman

Supervised 30+ production and technical personnel in all mechanical and electrical trouble-shooting, repairs and operations. Called overtime personnel and set up repair schedules to ensure maximum productivity and the completion of jobs on schedule.


Belmont Community College, Cadiz, Ohio

Jefferson Technical College, Steubenville, Ohio

Additional Training:

2015-Belmont College – Destiny Truck Driving Academy – CDL-A w/ Tanker / Hazmat

2002-Jefferson County EMA Chaplain (CISM)

2002-OSHA Radiation Awareness Training

2002-Completion Hazmat Incident Command System

2001-Asbestos Awareness Training

1998-Completed 16-hour Occupational Safety and Health Training Course

1998-Completed company sponsored lubrication training

1997-Completed company sponsored alignment training

1997-Completed company sponsored hydraulic training

1996-Ordained Minister, Pastor of Apostolic Gospel Church

1995-Certified Industrial Confined Space Rescue Training

1994-Licensed Firefighter with Pleasant Hill Volunteer Fire Department

1994-First Responder HAZMAT Awareness

1992-Maintenance Supervisory Program, Jefferson Technical College

1990-Quality Management Training, Jefferson Technical College

1990-Corporate Safety Training, Jefferson Technical College

1990-Programmable Controllers, Jefferson Technical College

1987-Certificate of Competency High, Medium and Low Voltage, the State of Ohio/Division of Mines

1978- Licensed minister, trustee, Youth Pastor.

References are available upon request.


References submitted


Robert D. Wood

Mr. Jason Zapka

Warren, OH 44483

Cell: 330-***-****

Mr. Chris McDonald

9727 Unity Road

Poland, OH 44514

Home: 330-***-****

Cell: 330-***-****

Office: 330-***-****

Mr. Jeff Blake

754 Grant Street

Cadiz, OH 43907

Home: 740-***-****

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