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Manager Training

Location:
Corona, California, United States
Salary:
60,000-80,000
Posted:
October 29, 2016

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Matthew D. Worthington

acxas3@r.postjobfree.com

714-***-****

Geologist II

Operation and

Maintenance Technician

Geotechnical Oversite

Construction Management/

Health and Safety Supervision

Work Experience

Construction and Remediation Supervision

Chevron Land and Development- Nov 1994-Oct 1998

United Technology Corporation-1999-2004

Rockwell Corp Wind Tunnel Demolition/Remediation 2007-2009

OXY Petroleum Bakersfield, CA 2014

Metropolitan Transportation Authority 2010-2015

Operation and Maintenance/ Pilot Test

Hi Shear Corporation 2007

Chevron/British Petroleum several former and current gas station sites 2009-2011, (2012, 2013 pilot tests)

General Electric Corporation 2011-2013

Rockwell Corp groundwater system 2011&2013-2014

Parker Hanafin 2015

Health and Safety Supervision

United Technology Corporation 2002-2004

Rockwell Corp 2007-2009

Oxy Petroleum 2014

Metropolitan Transportation Authority 2010-2015

Phase I, Phase II, Remediation clean ups

Chevron Land and Development Nov 1994-1998

Lewis Homes/Kaufman Broad-1998 – 2002

General Motors 2000-2003-2005-2007

United Parcel Service- several locations between 1999-2007

Metropolitan Transportation Authority 2013-2015

Environmental Site Characterization

Supervision of the remediation efforts involving multiple former oil field and refinery sites located in Bakersfield, Brea, Huntington Beach, Fullerton, La Habra, Long Beach, Montebello, El Segundo, Santa Fe Springs, Carson, and Newhall, California. Duties included overseeing investigation, removal, treatment, and disposal programs involving contaminated soil. Other responsibilities included monitoring health and safety and exposure levels for personnel on site, and odor control. Contaminants included lead, arsenic, mercury, barium, crude oil, and various refined compounds including gasoline, mercaptans, and phenols.

Construction Field Management duties during the demolition and remediation of a former Rockwell wind tunnel in El Segundo, Ca. Demolition oversite of United Technology Corporation site in San Jose, Ca. Also managed several pipeline and structural additions to Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority Bus/Rail yards.

Have extensive experience in both the field during grading activities and in the laboratory analyzing soil properties for several clients located in Fontana, San Bernardino, Lancaster, Pacoima, and Palm Springs, Ca and several other locations. Have knowledge of all techniques of field testing including: Sand Cone, Knocker bar, as well as other testing techniques. Laboratory experience includes compaction, shear, moisture content, and others.

Field manager for several Phase II investigation including but not limited to groundwater monitoring well abandonment and installation, hydropunch sampling, soil-gas survey, explosive gas survey, and soil/groundwater/soil-gas sampling. Performed data analysis for an industrial park constructed above an abandoned municipal landfill in Seattle, Washington involving methane, chlorinated solvent, and petroleum hydrocarbon contamination

Involved with emergency response and hazardous clean up on three projects, they include a jet fuel spill in Ontario, CA, and a oil line spill in Long Beach, CA, and an Explosive event at a site in San Jose, CA. His duties included: characterization and containment of hazardous materials, remediation plans, and clean up and confirmatory sampling coordination. Contaminates of concern included: jet fuels, fuel oils, and ammonium perchlorates.

Participated in characterizing and remediating several other contaminated soil issues, including the removal/closure of underground storage tanks and industrial wastewater clarifiers.

Performed several environmental investigations involving the installation of groundwater monitoring wells, soil borings, vapor probes, hydropunch samplers, and soil/ groundwater/soil-gas sampling and analysis for various contaminants including chlorinated solvents, metals, petroleum hydrocarbons, and PCBs at industrial sites and landfills in several cities in California, Texas, Arizona, and Washington.

Environmental Assessments

Performed several environmental property evaluations in California, Arizona, and Utah for various large clients, including major financial institutions, property developers, and industrial corporations. The sites have included numerous commercial and industrial properties including manufacturing, electronic, and retail operations. Also performed assessments of several residential properties. Investigations included contacting regulatory agencies, researching land development histories, asbestos and PCB investigations, geological data interpretation, aerial photograph interpretation, and soil and groundwater studies.

Hydrogeologic Site Characterization

Senior project manager for a project in the Chino Hills State Park, California, that included monitoring groundwater flow during a two-year period. Monitoring results were correlated with geologic data to determine whether the site geology had a direct relationship to groundwater flow. Supervised the investigation, including soil boring construction and in-situ permeability analysis to determine hydraulic conductivity, and soil/groundwater sampling.

Air Monitoring

Conducted an extensive air monitoring project for the removal of reduced sulfur compounds at a former oil field site in Huntington Beach, California. In addition, was involved in the construction of an SVE system, and installation and operation of several systems on numerous sites in Ontario, Torrance, Huntington Beach, Manhattan Beach, Santa Fe Springs, and additionally, a number of retail Chevron and BP site in Southern California.

Education

BS/Geology, 1994, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Completed the Princeton-Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology Course

Emergency Response course, Texas A&M, Corpus Christi, TX

Professional Affiliations

Member, National Ground Water Association

Member, Groundwater Resource Association

Member, Inland Geological Society

Training

OSHA 40-hour Hazardous Waste Worker Training,

OSHA 8-hour Supervisor Training

OSHA 10-Hour Construction Training

OSHA Confined Space Entry- Attendant

Explosive Recognition Training (SMS)

Chevron LPS training

Chevron BBS training

DOT Training

Electrical Safety Training

Metro Rail Safety Training

ERailSafe safety training

LA Harbor TWIC Card

Publications

Worthington, M.D. 1994. Geology of Lower Aliso Canyon and Relationship to Ground-Water Flow, Poster section, Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section Meeting, Chino Hills State Park, California.



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