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Maintenance manager

Location:
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Posted:
October 11, 2016

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Terry Edward McQueen

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Bunker Hill, IL 62014

acwz9t@r.postjobfree.com

Cell: 314-***-****

Education

Education Level Associate's Degree/College Diploma ( 13 years)

Institution Lewis & Clark Community College

Program Applied Science and Technology

Education Level High School Diploma/GED ( 11 years)

Wood River Community High School

Skills

•Team Building and leadership

•Budgeting

•Compressors and pumps

•Troubleshooting

•Safety and compliance

•480 & three phase wiring

•Project Planning and scheduling

•Contractor and staff management

•Building & framing

•Blueprints and schematics analysis

•Corrective maintenance programs

•PLC programming

•Organization and time management

•Mechanical theory

•CPR and first aid certified

•Management of change

•OSHA & PSM procedures

•Burners & Boilers

•Gravity & powered conveyors

•Electrical Troubleshooting

•Hazmat 40hr Certification

•Asbestos 3 Certification

Work Experience

Koch Industries, Inc., East Alton, IL (Anhydrous Ammonia Terminal) 2/2010 - Present

Job Title: Terminals Tech/ Rotating SME

Key Responsibility’s:

• Ensure that all safety requirements are met before work is started (permits, PPE, and E.H. &S.).

• Designed and documented manuals to simplify work for future maintenance departments.

• Verify all safety devices are in place and proper working order before operating equipment.

• Keep Maximo compliant

• Enforce and follow all safety guidelines, procedures, regulations and policies.

• Test and inspect all safety equipment before each use and at intervals required by KNC Standards,

Policies and Procedures.

• Will ensure that all Electrical safety PPE and tools are tested on time and stored properly.

• Ensure all new electrical installations meet the NEC requirements, including proper grounding to protect employees and equipment.

• Communicate any potential safety issues with affected personnel.

• Review and overhaul Reciprocating compressors and Screw compressors.

• write and complete MOCs assuming full responsibility for completion.

• Remain informed and understand all environmental permits and requirements.

• Insure completion of PSM semi-annual & scheduled inspections and calibrations for Terminals.

• Oversee multiple projects

• Provided strong leadership and technical expertise to maintain existing procedures and continuously

improvement.

• Resolved maintenance problems.

• Maintain the mechanical reliability of the facility

• Perform periodic inspections and calibrations of instruments and tools to ensure that they are safely

useable at all time.

• Identify and prioritize my time and focus of terminal assets and integrity according to our Key Risk

assessment.

• Perform and comply with security measures outlined in our USCG and DOT facility security plans for

all threat levels.

• Maintained records and tracked work orders, spare parts and maintenance history of equipment and

more through computerized system

• Mentored and guided maintenance and repair work performance.

• Assist with call out coverage, truck loading, and barge loading and unloading when needed

• Insure in compliance with OSHA and the PSM Mechanical Integrity Program.

• Continue to work on improving the safety status and efficiency of terminals operations.

• Supervised maintenance management staff and conducted performance reviews of workers and technicians.

• Maintain an excellent, working knowledge of all terminal equipment and operations.

• Plan and budget on compressor replacement and rebuilds

• Help keep operating procedures and PSM issues and inspections current and accurate.

• Develop and maintain an accurate and user friendly connection between Interlock matrix, P&ID’s, and operating procedures.

• Keep all affected personnel informed on work progress and any changes of operating conditions. Perform work on reciprocating and screw compressors. Operate heavy equipment such as front loaders, tractors, lifts, excavators, and cranes if needed

Employer Landshire, Inc., Caseyville, IL (Bakery Division & Shipping Receiving) 5/2007-2/2010

Job Title Maintenance Tech

Key Accountabilities:

• Oversee and perform maintenance repairs

• participate in life-saving, resuscitation and fire drills.

• fabricate machinery

• Skilled in the use of schematics and hydraulic systems, coupling alignment, layout, burning, welding mig and tig, general pipefitting

• Operates equipment in conjunction with repairs and provides assistance in operating functions as necessary to maintain continuity of operations assembling and installing various types of equipment

• working from blueprints or sketches

• Insure in compliance with OSHA and the PSM Mechanical Integrity Program.

• Maintained records and tracked work orders, spare parts and maintenance history of equipment and more through computerized system

• Work with PLC make adjustments when needed

• Repair of fabricate conveyors

• Repair or rebuild boilers and large btu oven & burners

• Oversee multiple projects

• making proper adjustments, making routine checks to determine operating condition of equipment and oiling and greasing when necessary

(Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor's Name: Matt Kistler, Supervisor's Phone: 618-***-****)

Leaving Company: downsized

Employer Marriott International, Inc., St. Louis, MO (Hotel Chain) 2/2005-5/2007

Job Title Engineer

Key Accountabilities:

• Oversee small groups of personnel for projects

• Oversee and perform, clean interior and exterior of buildings

• perform simple carpentry, masonry, plumbing, pipefitting, concreting, skilled in the use of schematics and hydraulic systems

• Coupling alignment, layout, burning, arc welding, general pipefitting and rigging,

• Operates equipment in conjunction with repairs

•provides assistance in operating functions as necessary to maintain continuity of operations

• Electrical tasks as required in the repair and maintenance of buildings and grounds

• Assist in cleaning, lubricating and making repairs to machinery and equipment

• Repair and fabricate machinery

• PLC's, Single and three phase wiring

• Assembling and installing various types of equipment

• Working from blueprints or sketches

• Installing and moving plant machinery

• Keeping plant machinery and equipment in good condition by locating faulty parts

• Replacing worn and broken parts, making proper adjustments, making routine checks to determine

operating condition of equipment and oiling and greasing when necessary

(Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor's Name: Jon Easley, Supervisor's Phone: 281-***-****)

Reason for Leaving personal

Employer Ramalik, Inc., Ladue, MO (Construction and Remodeling) 4/2003-1/2005

Job Title Site Foreman

Key Accountabilities:

• Planned, scheduled and assigned work for optimal distribution, staffing and efficiencies; consistently achieved deadlines, quality control goals, and productive inter-trade relations

• Held meetings with clients to discuss general contracts, purchase orders, subcontract agreements, etc.

• Reviewed drawings with the help of architects and engineers

• Inspected and supervised the progress of projects

• Maintained highly professional environment among the laborers and staff in terms of productivity and

deadlines

• Drafted daily/weekly work reports and reported to higher officials

• Supervised one or more crews engaged in constructing or repairing

• Instructed and trained employees in safe operations of tools, equipment, and materials.

• Preformed related work as required.

Reason for leaving project was finished

Employer MTC Barge Lines, Hartford, IL (Shipping and Storing off Fuels) 5/2002-4/2003

Job Title Asst. engineer

Key Accountabilities:

• Perform routine maintenance

• Repairs on hydraulics, and gear boxes

• Service diesel engines, vertical pumps and various other tasks

Reason for Leaving personal.



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