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COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST, BHI Energy
Working at D.C. Cook to ensure contractors are following rules and regulations set forth by the NRC, INPO, MIOSHA, OSHA, and AEP. Attend meetings and briefs for daily issues and work to be performed. Report positive and negative safety issues and trends. Watch work as it is performed in the field to verify work instructions are followed as written and that standards are being met. Report my observations from the field to AEP management.
02/19/2018 – 01/07/2019
RESPONSIBLE OVERSIGHT, cobalt energy
Obtained my Responsible Oversight Qualification through Entergy to work at Palisades and assist with the installation of the NFPA 805 modifications. Assuring supplemental supervisors and workers complete required briefings, site orientation, and training. Verify that work package instructions are being followed and that all the required permits/clearances are approved and documented correctly. Observe work in the field making sure it is done safely and all required policies and procedures are being followed. Perform observations for supplemental supervisor qualifications. Report and correct safety issues, reinforce positive behaviors, and help identify/correct deficiencies in the field. Ensure Cobalt’s Supplemental Oversight Plan is read, acknowledged, and followed by our sub-contractors.
2011 – 2018
SUPERVISOR, GENERAL FOREMAN, SUPERINTENDENT, MCT/SPX
Management, quality control, and job planning for cooling tower work across the United States for nuclear power plants, refineries, steel mills, and commercial buildings. Reading prints and exchanging ideas with engineers to visualize and eliminate issues before they occur. Building innovative designs within the timeline and budget provided. Participated in training and leadership classes to help provide a safe and positive work environment. Engaged in supporting of other supervisors by completing work orders and instructing crews on details of the project. Communicating with engineers, project managers, oversight, customers, and corporate employees through conference calls and face to face meetings all while managing crews working in a safe productive manner.
2007 – 2011
CARPENTER, JOB SITE SUPERVISOR, Construction services Inc.
Working to become a journeyman carpenter. Exploring and gaining knowledge and experience in commercial construction while using my personal skills to further my career. Exposure to schedules, budgets, and customers in building a variety of commercial and residential buildings helped to attain acquaintances and improve my ability to manage jobs and people.
Ability to read prints, schedules, work orders, and procedures
Working with engineers, project managers, and clients to identify and correct issues in the field
Knowledgeable in the field of supervision, ensuring work is done correctly and efficiently
Identifying safety issues before they arise
Union carpenter with multiple years of experience pursuing a position where my communication, leadership, and oversight skills will be utilized to ensure quality and safety. Worked on, developed, and supervised projects ranging from tens of thousands to several million dollars. Projects were completed within time, safety, and budget goals that were set. A willingness to learn and an ability to work successfully with all trades and clients make me a valuable asset to any project.