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Assistant Director of Utilities and Building Maintenance

Location:
Norfolk, Virginia, United States
Salary:
$80,000
Posted:
October 24, 2016

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Charles L. Dunbar

**** ****** ****** *****: 757-***-****

Suffolk, Virginia 23435 Email:acw7qp@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE: To obtain a managerial position that will allow me to utilize my technical and managerial skills.

EDUCATION: Certified Energy Manager (CEM) April, 2015

The Association of Energy Engineers, Atlanta, Georgia

Master of Business Administration September, 2009

Strayer University, Chesapeake, Virginia

Master of Science, Engineering Management May, 2003

Point Park College, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Bachelor of Science, Electronics Engineering Technology May, 1997

Virginia State University, Petersburg, Virginia

November 2013 - ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF UTILITIES AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE

Present Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia

Manage University HVAC Operation and Maintenance

Manage University Electrical Operation and Maintenance

Manage University Plumbing Operation and Maintenance

Manage University Carpentry and Locksmith Shop

Manage University Plaster and Masonry Shop

Participate in Maintenance Reserve Budgeting Process

Procure Contractor Maintenance Services for the University

Investigate Utility Billing Issues

Represent Department for Various University Committees

Tack and Follow Work Assignments Using TMA Maintenance Planning Software

EXPERIENCE UTILITY OPERATIONS MANAGER

August 2009 - City of Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia

November 2013 Lead Water Distribution Division and Wastewater Division – Staff of 200 People

Develop and manage yearly operating budgets (20 Million Dollar Budget)

Develop Goals and Priorities for Divisions

Direct Supervisory Responsibilities over Multiple Sub-units across two Divisions

Ensure OSHA and Safety Regulations are being followed

Develop and recommend projects for Department Capital Improvement Program

Provide Reports on Critical Maintenance and Repair Activities

On Call 24 Hours per Day to Respond to Critical/Emergency Situations

Consult with other City Departments to Assure Workforce Supports City Goals

Ensure Business Relationships with necessary Vendors are Maintained

Oversee Hiring and all Personnel Issues

Execute Special Assignments as Directed

Responsible for Maintenance of over 800 Miles of Water Distribution Pipe

Responsible for Maintenance of over 800 Miles of Wastewater Pipe

Responsible for Maintenance of 130 Wastewater Pumping Stations

Responsible for Meter Reading Services for over 65,000 Water Meters

*Reorganized Water Distribution Staff – Projected $100,000 Overtime Reduction *Reorganized Wastewater Staff - $50,000 Overtime Reduction

*Responsible for building 7000 square foot Vactor Truck Storage Bay Building

*Responsible for starting Department Fats, Oils, and Grease Program

*Conducted Benchmark Study to compare Norfolk and other local Utilities

January 2006- ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF UTILITIES AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE

August 2009 Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia

Manage University HVAC Operation and Maintenance

Manage University Electrical Operation and Maintenance

Manage University Plumbing Operation and Maintenance

Manage University Carpentry and Locksmith Shop

Manage University Paint Shop

Manage University Plaster and Masonry Shop

Manage University Grounds and Landscaping Operation

Manage University Housekeeping and Moving Operation

Manage University Academic and Dormitory Building Upgrade Projects

Co-Manage University Wide HVAC Upgrade / Energy Management Project

Participate in Maintenance Reserve Budgeting Process

Procure Contractor Maintenance Services for the University

Represent Department for Various University Committees

Tack and Follow Work Assignments Using TMA Maintenance Planning Software

January 2005 - PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR

June 2005 Perdue Farms, Chesapeake, Virginia

Supervise Soybean Oil Extraction Plant Operation

Supervise Meal Loading Operation and Soybean Prep Plant Operation

Define Project Scope, Schedule and Logistics for Projects

Supervise Stoker Coal Boiler Operations

Track and Report Title V (Air Quality) Environmental Compliance

Track and Report Oil Production, Meal Production, and Pellet Production

Chairperson for Plant Safety Committee

Supervise Maintenance Activities and Personnel

Complete and Report Annual Department Of Energy Survey

Supervise Coal Shipment Logistics and Scheduling

February 2004 – POWER HOUSE / BOILER HOUSE ASSISTANT OPERATIONS MANAGER

December 2004 Corn Products Corporation, Bedford Park, Illinois

Monitor Compressed Air System, Ash Handling Systems

Demineralized Water Treatment System, Plant Water Systems

Monitor Power Generation System – 20 MW Turbine Generators and

Gas Turbine Generators

Monitor Coal Boiler and Gas Boiler Operation

Supervise Power House and Boiler House Operators

Supervise Maintenance and Service Contractors

Input Work Requests into Computerized Maintenance Planning System

Interface with Electrical and Mechanical Repairmen

February 1999 – UTILITIES / BOILER OPERATIONS SHIFT MANAGER

June 2003 United States Steel, Clairton, Pennsylvania

Supervised Boiler Operations Personnel Team Of 30

Managed Pipe Repair Personnel Team Of 20

Coordinated Daily and Weekly Activities with Maintenance Personnel

Enforced Safe Job Procedures and OSHA Regulations were followed

Conducted Hazardous Job Meetings

Assured that Facility was Environmentally Compliant

Optimized and Upgraded Boiler Operations Process

Led Continuous Improvement Projects

Facilitated Development of Departmental Preventative Maintenance Plans

Define Specifications and Evaluated Bids for Piping and Instrument Drawings

Coordinated Water Treatment Plant Automation Project

Coordinated Integration to Electronic Drawing Management System

Developed Project Scope, Scheduled and Aligned Contractors

Reviewed Power Distribution System Isolation Procedures

Facilitated Power System Trouble-Shooting Efforts

Served on Electrical Load Shedding Review Committee

Conducted Performance Tests on 20 MW Turbine Driven Generator

Supervised Electrical Maintenance Contractors

*Implemented Operating Technique - 57% Reduction in (Nox) Emissions

*Improved Power Generation Efficiency - $63,000 yearly savings

*Reduced Department City Water Usage - $40,000 yearly savings

*Eliminated Boiler Natural Gas Consumption - $44,000 yearly savings

*Reduced Auxiliary Boiler Steam Production - $16,000 yearly savings

*Coordinated $300,000 Gas Piping Installation Project

June 1997 – ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE

January 1999 United States Steel, Clairton, Pennsylvania

Supported Lead Engineer in Quench Car Automation Project

Assisted Lead Engineer in Galvanizing Line Upgrade Project

Participate in Scope Development and Project Cost Estimating

*Responsible for Storing and Tracking Over 3000 Spare Parts

*Verified Contractor(s) Work Hours and Resolved Time Discrepancies

June 1994 – ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT CO-OP STUDENT

August 1996 United States Steel, Clairton, Pennsylvania

Contributed to the Development of Plant Contractor Safety Manual

Assisted in Capital Appropriation Development Efforts

June 1993 – TRANSPORTATION CO-OP STUDENT

August 1993 United States Department Of Transportation, Washington DC.

Compiled and Presented High Speed Rail Implementation Package

Additional Commercial Electrical Design, Electrical Power Systems, Power Distribution,

Coursework: Marketing Management, Finance, Accounting, Heat Pumps

Training Seminars: LEED Green Associate Exam Prep Class, Energy Management Training Excelling As A First Time Manager, How To Supervise People, Design For Start Up, Delegating For Results, USS New Managers Training Program, Project Management, Electrical Safety and Osha Requirements, Variable Speed Drives, High Voltage Safety Awareness Training, Instrumentation and Control, Process Control Basics, Evaluation Of Electrical Tests, Programmable Controllers, Nalco Boiler Energy Management Seminar, Electrical Safety Work Practices, Air Conditioning Basics, Storm Water Management,

Computer Skills: Excel, Word, Power Point, Microsoft Project, Auto Cad,

C-Programming, FORTRAN

Organizations: Association of Energy Engineers, Association of Physical Plant Administrators, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity



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