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Manager Maintenance

Temecula, California, United States
October 17, 2016

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Marcus Lee Saunders

***** *** *** **,********** CA,92596


SUMMARY 15 years of experience as a Power Generation Repair Technician with the US Army. Committed to providing excellent service to clients in shop or field sites. Highly specialized in power generation equipment repair, control systems repair, power distribution and maintenance safety. Demonstrate the ability to train and lead others to perform productively. Comfortable in fast-paced, high-stress environments requiring attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines within changing priorities.


Maintenance Shop Foreman


Safety inspector


Wiring Diagram reading

Deadline driven

Proficient in electrical repair

Schematics reading

Willing to relocate and or travel


Power Generation Team Lead (OCT 2015- Present) Fort Bliss TX

Supervise ten subordinates and provide technical guidance in the areas of field and sustainment level maintenance including servicing, troubleshooting and repairing tactical, utility, precise power generation sets, internal combustion engines, and associated equipment.

Maintain extraordinary equipment operational readiness rate exceeding 95%.

Achieved 100% loss prevention during the training and issuing of more than 1000 pieces of equipment to over 200 Soldiers for overseas deployment.

Ground Support Equipment Shop Foreman (OCT 2014-OCT 2015) Republic of Korea

Supervised Ground Support Equipment crews responsible for the operations and maintenance of over 300 various ground support units single or multiple sets. Coordinated the repair and replacement of components, generators and sub-assemblies, Air conditioning units, Water purification/ Dispensing units.

Supervised over 150 scheduled and unscheduled maintenance jobs. Increasing the equipment readiness rate from 85% to 95%

Achieved 100% loss prevention during the training and issuing of more than 1000 pieces of equipment to over 200 Soldiers for overseas deployment.

Unit Safety Inspector/ Hazmat Coordinator (JAN 2010-OCT2014) Fort Carson CO

Collected, maintained and distributed current employee information, policies and procedures, manuals and other communications relative to motor pool safety. Ensured facility compliance by providing the facility with “hands-on” support to administer and implement the health, safety, energy and property conservation programs. Maintained compliance with OSHA, EPA, Department of Defense environmental regulations.

Completely revamped the Safety program, turning it in to an organized and functional program that maintained a 100% compliance rate and zero safety violations.

Coordinated the incoming and outgoing inventory off of more than 30,000 pounds of hazardous materials with zero incidents.

Power Generation Repair QA/QC Specialist (JUN 2008 JAN 2010) Fort Hood TX

Monitored, advised, and reported to the Senior Program Manager the overall status and compliance of all Power generation processes, tests, software and equipment. In addition, worked closely with the Operations Manager and staff to establish and enforce maintenance standards and inventories for all company equipment. Provided monthly status reports to the Sustainment and Property Teams and quarterly reports to the Senior Program Manager on all sustainment operations in accordance with motor pool maintenance policies and procedures.

Performed over 100 technical inspections with in a year’s time. Ensured adherence to preventive maintenance program.

Assisted with in process inspections and release of completed work orders.

Power Generation Repair Technician (APR 2007- JUN 2008) Fort Huachuca, AZ

Perform field or sustainment level maintenance on tactical utility, precise power generation sets, internal combustion engines and associated items of equipment.

Chosen over eight other mechanics to lead a team of four in the company maintenance completion where we placed first out of twelve other teams.

Completed over 45 services with 100% accuracy.

Power Generation Repairer (OCT 2006- APR 2005) Fort Bragg NC

Performed field and sustainment level maintenance functions, including overhaul, rebuild of power generation equipment, internal combustion engines and associated equipment up through 200KW.

Created a section key control system that organized the keys by serial number to five vehicles, totaling 35 locks and resulting in 100% accountability.

Responsible for the inventory, maintenance and cleanliness of the motor pool tool room; valued at over $100,000 worth of tools with a 98% prevention rate.

Education and Training

Excelsior College (Present) Current GPA 3.0

IADC Well Cap Certification

IADC Rig Pass With Off Shore Endorsement

US Army Ordnance School

Edison Job Corp

Volunteer Time

Habitat for Humanity 50 hours

Korean School Age English Tutor 100 hours

(B.O.S.S. KOREA) U.S Army Better Opportunity for Single Soldiers 40 hours

Uijeongbu Soup Kitchen 20 hours

Ambrosio Guillen Texas State Veterans Home 5 hours

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