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Maintenance Engineer

New York, New York, United States
December 28, 2015

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Martin Fidura * Judy Ct., Old Bridge NJ 08857 908-***-****


To continue my career with an organization that will utilize my management skills to benefit mutual growth and success.


Rutgers, School of Engineering

5/2002 BS in Mechanical Engineering


JVS Industrial and Commercial Contractors Edison NJ

Project Manager 4/2015 – Present

-Manage projects from conceptualization to completion, including designing structures, providing layouts, procuring materials, staffing, onsite liaison to customers and acting as site foreman when necessary.

-Responsible for marketing and business development to new and existing customers.

-Providing quotes for prospective projects through the bid process, including site visitation and estimation.

-Created and implemented a company safety process, including writing procedures, updating new OSHA requirements, training personnel and keeping documentation current.

-Created and implemented a company quality procedure for welding and fabrication to meet quality requirements at customer sites.

Lyondellbasell Industries, Inc. Edison, NJ

Maintenance and Engineering Manager 3/2012 – 4/2015

-Responsible for all aspects of site maintenance and engineering, including day to day troubleshooting, long term and short term capital projects, safety and housekeeping focus, and production liaison and support.

-Develop yearly capital expenditure budgets and routine maintenance budgets, including presentation and defense to corporate executives. Through a focus on responsible cost management, reduction of yearly budgets of an average of 3% year on year while increasing productivity was realized.

-Championed a renewed focus on preventive maintenance to reduce plant downtime. This included focusing on identifying and classifying priority equipment, creating maintenance plans for each unit, and executing the plan with regular consistency. Was able to realize an unplanned downtime reduction from 18% to < 7% while reducing emergency work from 30% to < 15% over 3 years.

-Responsible for developing maintenance department personnel, which included 8 salaried and 7 hourly employees, via individual performance plans, yearly goals, and training classes to develop new skills.

Lyondellbasell Industries, Inc. Edison, NJ

Maintenance Supervisor/Engineer 8/2010 – 3/2012

-Responsible for directing day to day work for a workforce of 4 mechanics and 3 instrument technicians.

-Worked with maintenance planner and production coordinator to develop weekly schedules, resolve emergency work orders and ensure work was being completed safely and efficiently.

-Led the department safety team to identify and resolve unsafe conditions, prepare documentation for OSHA VPP audits, perform monthly area safety audits and spot checks of life critical permits.

-Design and implement minor site improvement projects to improve plant reliability and reduce the likelihood of unplanned downtime.

RathGibson Tube, Inc. North Branch, NJ

Process Engineer 7/2007 – 8/2010

-Responsible for improving plant operations with respect to the manufacture of seam welded stainless steel tubing.

-Implemented improvement projects that increased the speed of manufacturing tubing mills while maintaining the high quality required by customer specifications. The resultant speed increase was from 18 ft/sec to 24 ft/sec and was successfully applied by working with operators.

-Implemented project that removed the usage of nitrogen to dry tubing after hydrotesting and converted to drying via compressed breathing air. Constant manufacture of the air rather than purchase of nitrogen resulted in yearly savings of >250K.

Alpha Associates, Inc. Lakewood, NJ

Production Supervisor 2/2005 – 7/2007 / Maintenance Mechanic 4/2003 – 2/2005

-Responsible for overseeing the night shift production of high tech fabrics such as fire resistant fabrics, Teflon impregnated fiberglass fabrics, chemical resistant fabrics, etc.

-Responsible for the production facility of 8 machines of varying capacity to maintain production quotas and reduce breakdowns and a workforce of 12 operators.

-As the night shift maintenance mechanic, responsible for ensure production machinery was running at capacity and to repair any breakdowns that may occur.

-Oversaw the implementation of new maintenance plans to ensure preventive maintenance was performed to reduce the likelihood of downtime.


Certified Welding Inspector

Blue Seal Boiler Engineer

SAP Super user

Level 2 Vibration analyst

Level 2 Eddy current analyst

Level 1 Rigger

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