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Management and heavy equipment operator

Location:
Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Salary:
nogotitable
Posted:
October 17, 2016

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Jerry W. Smith

acw3mi@r.postjobfree.com **** NW Hidden Pointe Drive Blue Springs, Missouri 64015 (816) *******

CAREER SUMMARY

After 21 years working for Missouri Department of Transportation as a Bridge Maintenance Supervisor, 3 years working for House of Lloyd as a Shipping and Receiving Supervisor, and 2 years working for Mid-America Aerospace as Production Lead; the knowledge gained, the achievement of always striving to better the position held. Made me the Leader, Trainer, Detail Oriented, Safety Conscious, Encourager, Self-Reliant, and Easy to work with Person I am today. Very trainable and an extremely fast learner. Capable of driving a diverse team.

EDUCATION

Fort Osage High School - May 1986 High School Diploma

Took 2 years of small engine repair at vocational training. Honored to have been chosen to represent Fort Osage High at state competition.

EXPERIENCE

Missouri Department of Transportation 600 NE Colbern Road Lee’s Summit, Missouri 64086

Bridge Maintenance Supervisor April 3, 1995 – April 12, 2016

Met or exceeded scheduling work for timely and quality completion. Encouraged employees to work abiding by Missouri of Transportation’s policies and guidelines. Guaranteed employees were trained properly on job expectations and proper operation of all equipment. Coordinated with Kansas City Scout, reporting lane closures in advance to guarantee safety of the public and safety of the employees. Excelled at maintaining accurate and up to date employees’ documentation. Coached and counseled employees, handling any disciplinary consequences. Every year, accomplished to make purchases and sustain a budget, 10-20 percent beneath forecasted allotment. Flourished in safe guarding inventory control. Vital to work with other departments and outside service providers in order to exceed at work completion. Outlined down time of equipment with mechanics to secure completion of work scheduled. Praised for the supervision of snow removal on assigned routes and for controlling salt usage. Energized employees to obtain the training and skills needed to advance their careers. Department was awarded numerous years for being accident free. Reviews from Immediate Supervisors were always positive and above average for work performance.

SKILLS

Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook)

Ability of knowing how to train people with different learning needs (audio, visual, or hands-on)

Coach safety and quality before production

Met and exceed expectations

Leader not a follower

Operate heavy equipment (dump truck, concrete truck, loader, sky lift, bob cat, forklift, electric power jack, and many more)

Class A with Tanker

Dexterity



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