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Maintenance Manager

Location:
Houston, Texas, United States
Salary:
100,000.00
Posted:
October 28, 2016

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SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

A Highly skilled maintenance and management professional experienced in managing multiple complex projects, supervising large multi-crafted and crafted staff in both union and non-union environments, including outside contractors. Supervised crews of 150-plus craftsmen. Excellent safety record and thorough knowledge of OSHA and EPA requirements for maintenance operations. Extensive experience in all phases of building and facility maintenance including HVAC, chillers and refrigeration equipment. Strong advocate of preventative maintenance and experienced in development and implementation of complex PM programs using computer-based programs like MP2 and Uptime for Windows, etc. Professionally trained and experienced in working with robotics, state-of-the-art distribution systems, PLCs, industrial electrical power systems, electronics, instrumentation, welding, fabrication, hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical equipment, boiler systems, lathes and millwork. Cost-effective purchaser of parts and equipment and equipment for multi-million dollar installations and general parts inventory. BA in Business Administration/Project Management.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2015

Ellwood Texas Forge Houston

Plant Services Director

In charge of the plants Maintenance Department, Maintenance Engineering, Maintenance Purchasing program, in charge of plant projects, building and grounds, Outside Contractors and HSE. Worked on energy savings, initiated a new PM and predictive maintenance program, set up a new testing and training program for maintenance personnel to be trained and cross trained on all types of equipment and skills this was for better coverage of the plant in a 24 hour 365 day operating plant. Worked with Safety manager to improve safety awareness and general safety.

DAJUL CONSULTING

Professional Consultant 2013-2015

Prism Integrated Solutions INC

Productions issues, Safety, Maintenance, personnel, Equipment improvements & Safety

2008-2012 - Trico Products Brownsville, TX

Maintenance & Facility Engineering Manager

Responsible for all day-to-day Maintenance and Facility activities of a major manufacturing plant. (Plastic injection, rubber injection, metal stamping, powered metals, rubber extrusion) This includes managing all personnel in maintenance and facilities engineering, the building and grounds; all projects, budgets, parts and supplies. Maintaining production equipment: installation of, repair, preventive maintenance, predictive maintenance, and enhancements. Served as energy conservation manager saving $1,250,000 in utility costs over 18 months. Reduced overall plant downtime by 15 percent. Six Sigma and lean sigma trained.

2004-2008 Molding Technologies Inc, Hebron, OH (Plant in Receivership, Laid off)

Maintenance, Tooling and Engineering Manager

Responsible for day-to-day maintenance activities for a SMC/compression molding plant. This includes supervision of maintenance personnel, project planning and scheduling, ordering parts and inventory, and developing PM systems, parts/storeroom/ maintenance and welds shops; staff evaluation, testing and training programs. Responsible for all tooling, condition reports, retooling, repair/upgrades to molds, engineering fixtures and secondary operations; processing/troubleshooting the manufacturing process. PLC and CNC; HVAC for production and office facilities and a material cold room.

2002-2003 Rodenstock North America, Lockbourne, OH (Plant closed)

Maintenance Manager/2nd Shift Production Manager/Supervisor

Responsible for day-to-day maintenance activities for an optical injection molding plant. This includes supervision of maintenance personnel, project planning and scheduling, ordering parts and inventory, and developing PM systems, parts/storeroom/ maintenance and welds shops; staff evaluation, testing and training programs. Responsible for environmentally controlled “clean” building, including HVAC, chiller, and cooling tower while also serving as 2nd shift production manager.

1999-2001 GI Plastek, Marysville, OH (Plant closed)

Maintenance Manager/Safety Coordinator (union shop, three shifts)

Responsible for day-to-day maintenance activities for an injection molding plant. This includes supervision of maintenance personnel; project planning and scheduling, ordering parts and inventory, and serving on the safety committee. Developed work order system, PM systems, parts/storeroom design; ANSI equipment upgrades; HVAC and heating/cooling systems for molds, staff evaluation, testing and training programs.

1996-1999 Jefferson Smurfit Corp., Circleville, OH (Plant Closed)

Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor (union shop, three shifts)

Responsible for day-to-day mechanical maintenance activities for a paper mill. This includes supervision of millwrights, machinists, pipe fitters, welders, mechanics and fabricators with limited supervision of electricians/instrument techs; coal-fired boiler repairs (including ash system, coal conveyor systems, grate repair and preventive maintenance); project planning and scheduling, ordering parts and inventory, and serving on the central safety committee. Supervised facility and building maintenance.

U.S. Navy (Secret Security Clearance, Honorable Discharge)

Electronics Technician (E-5)

Department manager responsible for 55 Maintenance tech. Technician on all interior electronic communications devices and equipment. Aboard an aircraft carrier.

EDUCATION

DeVry University BA Business Administration/Project Management,

DeVry University 3years toward, BSEE

Penn State University Microcomputer Familiarization, 90-hour certificate

Columbus State University PMC certification

US Navy Associate Degree electronics; Class (A) School Interior communication, Electricity and electronics “P” and “A” schools

US Navy Trained industrial Electrician

Baldwin-Wallace College Preventive Maintenance Developing and Management of the program

Weirton Vo-Tech Welding certification, one-year program

Six Sigma/Lean Sigma Trained

Deming Total Quality Control Certified instructor

Dayco University Managing for continuous Improvements, 32 hrs. Training

Dayco Project management concepts, 32 hrs. Training

Fred Pryor Coaching Skills for Managers

NASE Certified master automotive mechanic

Allen-Bradley Programmable controller’s certification

Kobacker Co. Freon removal certification

AM International 1250 Press and Graphics Arts School

GE Electrical School 5 certifications

Fluid Power Hydraulic system troubleshooting

MagneTek GPD 515 AC drives, certificate

Jefferson Smurfit Environmental awareness training

InSol robot school Certificate



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