Alliso Viejo, Ca.
Brian Sawa E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualifications Reliable and professional individual able to work in a detail oriented position. Able to support all size projects, has demonstrated excellent leadership skills and is able to work as part of a team. Is a self-starter and has a proven record of attention to schedules, deadlines and quality of work. Demonstrates ability to perform numerous tasks in a fast paced environment and also possesses effective communication skills. Eager to learn, is a quick study, with excellent retention. Has proven record of successful field assignments and willing to relocate/travel. Professional
May 2018- Nov2018 Anchorage, Alaska
Functioned as part of MEL Group, updating master equipment tag numbers for BP north slope operations until layoff; BP put the DC Maintenance contract up for bid and NANA lost the contract to CTG. Document and Data Management III Fluor Corp
August 2012 – January 2014 Anchorage, Alaska
Continually performing all aspects of subcontractor document control for ExxonMobil Point Thomsen Project located on North Slope of Alaska as part of WorleyParsons/Fluor joint venture contracting team. Temporary assignment in Anchorage office from 11/2012 to 10/2013, exclusively supporting Alaska Frontier Constructors subcontractor purchase order, which included biweekly visits to AFC offices assisting in streamlining document control procedures and submittals. Successfully implemented Electronic Document Review (utilizing Adobe software in conjunction with SmartPlant Foundation and Sharepoint) in Anchorage office, substantially decreasing log-in time while increasing timely returns of company/contractor reviewed documents to subcontractor, also eliminating need for hard copies of documents/drawings for squad check review. Provided single point of contact document control support for 2 additional subcontractor purchase orders (Haskell (Diesel Fuel Tanks), and CH2M Hill (North Slope Installation Services). All responsibilities for duration of employment included logging in/out of subcontractor documents/drawings, updating SMDR (Subcontractor Master Document Register), utilizing DRAM/DDM for squad check distribution, enabling documents for shared review, generating project reports from SmartPlant Foundation, and utilizing SharePoint for document retrieval and storage and external EOR review.
Document Control III Jacobs Engineering
August 2005 – July 2009 Cypress, Ca.
As Document Control III, and lead of the ConocoPhillips Document Control team, continually performing all Document Control duties, both engineering issues and processing vendor data on 4 major projects for ConocoPhillips (Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel, FCC Particulate, Coker Deheading and Flare Gas Recovery) from start-up to close-out, including squad check, turnover of original documents and electronic files to client, building end-of-project data books, and archiving relevant project files. Also assisted with implementation of JPI (Jacobs Project Information System, (Lotus Notes based)) on all ConocoPhillips projects, including providing guidance and instruction to engineering disciplines. supervised 3 Document Control team members as well as overseeing/assisting the progress and completion of 3 CoP projects (SCR Vacuum Heater/Boiler 7 Replacement, FCC Energy Reduction, and Coker Process Improvement). Completed Refinery 101 advanced learning course at Jacobs, while continuing to learn about the entire refinery process.
Assistant Billing Analyst Toshiba America Business Solutions July 2004 - June 2005 Irvine, Ca.
Responsibilities included establishing initial contact with customers of installed Toshiba copiers via extensive phone/fax/e-mail utilization, obtaining current meter readings and primary contact information, updating TABS installed base, customer master database, and entering meter reads, facilitated through Oracle software. Informing TABS Operations Billing Analysts of changes of installed copier status. Proficiency exhibited through Lotus Notes, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Windows 2000 and Oracle software.
Warehouse Manager / Expeditor / Buyer StoneTek Consultants May 2003 - September 2003 Anaheim, Ca.
Responsible for the day to day operations of warehouse activities including supervising 3 shipping/receiving clerks. Accountable for generating purchase orders to keep inventory at proper levels as well as contacting vendors to make sure product arrives on time. Also responsible for fielding phone calls from outside salesmen to generate special purchase orders over and above regular stock levels. Provided back-up help to shippers and receivers, which included shipping products to customers via UPS and Federal Express. Technical Document Control Coordinator Fluor Enterprises May 2001 – February 2003 Aliso Viejo, Ca.
Responsible for the expediting, receipt, recording and processing of supplier engineering data (certified dimensional outlines, detailed drawings, quality assurance manuals, etc.), essential to the $1.4 billion Hamaca Crude Upgrader Project based in Jose, Venezuela. Accountable for 87 purchase orders during this project, which included the Mechanical, Structural, Piping and Control Systems disciplines. Responsible for processing change orders, bills of materials and familiar with entire squad check process. Created supplier transmittals in order to notify supplier of engineering progress. Was personally responsible for the recording and processing of over 15,000 documents. Duties also included assisting in assembling plant manual and operating manual for use at the refinery site, working with electronic files and distribution, including both in-house and international/domestic using e- mail and parcel post. Miscellaneous filing and record housekeeping. Proficient in Lotus Notes, Windows 95/98, and VICTR2000, a specifically created program database for recording and issuing documents. References available upon request