Permanent Address: Belchowk-*, Narayangadh, Chitwan, Nepal.
Rojan Kumar Kshetri
To work with a professional team in a challenging role within the hospitality industry. Continue to expand my career experience in the industry and to develop my skills and knowledge base. I am a self-motivated individual and I want to be part of a team focused organization that appreciates my commitment to being a positive and dependable team player with experience in multi-national and multi-lingual work environments.
04/2018 to till date working in Millennium Hotel DOHA as a Bellman.
04/2013-08/2014 Rosewood Hotel, Abu Dhabi, UAE. Accepted for a position with Abu Dhabi’s newest luxury Hotel as Front Desk-Bell-Man. Participated in pre-opening training and professional development programs with the Rosewood Team. To date I have found my understanding and appreciation for the hospitality industry to be growing and developing and am seeking further challenges.
05/2012-04/2013 Swargadawari Retail Fuel–(Family Business-New Station Construction), Kathmandu, Nepal. I performed a variety of tasks but primarily assisted my father in overseeing/monitoring quality and safety issues related to the contractors working on the new station construction.
09/2011-04/2012 Kulak Construction Company, HSE (Health-Safety & Environment) Inspector/Coordinator in the Union of Comoros. Selected to transfer to this multi-billion USD project team. The diverse and large new construction project included works on 3 Islands. Worked with Kulak’s HSE Team to provide on-site safety representation during the mobilization phase, Living Support Area construction, new harbor works, off shore survey works, roadway expansions and upgrades, concrete Plant and rock crusher facility construction, commissioning and daily operations as well as oversight of a massive material haul effort which was conducted on substandard public roadways and under extremely hazardous and challenging conditions. I had been selected for promotion to HSE Coordinator when the project was suddenly cancelled by the newly elected President.
Normal related duties included:
Positively re-enforce safety training and compliance on work sites with craft employees.
Assisted in preparing and presenting Weekly and Monthly Project Safety Meetings.
Conducted or assisted HSE Supervisors/Coordinators with daily safety inspections.
Participated with Foreman in conducting daily “Tool Box Meetings” and safety briefings by providing pertinent information and topics.
Assisted Supervisors in implementing reoccurring inspection programs.
Assisted Foreman in identifying and issuing personal protective equipment to employees.
Hazardous Energy and Lock-out/Tag-out requirements and training.
Monitor local sub contract employee’s safety procedures and compliance.
Inspect and follow up to insure completion of corrective actions for any unsafe act/conditions.
Reported daily to HSE Manager/Supervisor on safety conditions associated with vehicle and equipment operations, haul truck operations, accommodations and support facilities.
01/2011 - 08/2011 Kulak Construction Company Safety Associate/Inspector at Talill AB, Iraq. Worked with Kulak HSE Team to provide on-site Safety representation and assist Foreman and employees to integrate safety training and insure compliance with US Corp of Engineers, OSHA and Client Safety Standards and policies. Contributed to several projects including the Fluor Man-camp project and US Army Long Range Radar project with both achieving a project completion of Zero Lost Time/Recordable injury milestones. I was also assigned to the Kulak Living Support Area which housed and provided food service, morale-welfare & recreation facilities and accommodations for 2,400 Kulak employees from 9 countries.
10/2010 - 12/2010 Kulak Construction Company; Iraq-Wide Escort I worked with Kulak HR as an escort/liaison to US Military Security-Access and Badge Office personnel. This role included Kulak Construction Teams at Talil Air Base as well as escort tasking’s to other company sites thru-out Iraq.
10/2009 -10/2010 Western Union- Money Transfer Agent - Army Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES), Iraq.
04/2009 – 10/2009 Army Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) Worked as Forklift Operator for 6 months in Iraq.
10/2008 – 04/009 Army Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) Worked as Cashier in Baghdad, Iraq.
English-Conversational, Hindi and willing to learn other languages.
High school Board of Nepal
Senior secondary School
Proficient in a variety of database and software programs such as:
MS Office Word, Microsoft Outlook, MS Windows-97, 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista,
Specific Associated Training
T1-Tallil Iraq –KBR (Kellog Brown &Root) HSE Training Center – OSHA Outreach Training Program:
Walking & Working Surfaces – Subpart D 1910-.26.
KBR Electrical Safety Training –OSHA 29CFR 1910 Subpart S.
KBR Lockout / Tag out Training – OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart J.
Hand and Power Tool Safety – KBR HSE Safety Plan 42 - OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart P.
Personal Protective Equipment for General Industry-KBR Training HSE Plan 40 – OSHA 29 CFR 1910.132-.139 Subpart I.
Permit Required Confined Spaces – OSHA 29 CFR Subpart J 1910.146
OSHA 30 Hour Course -Construction Safety
Total safety task instruction activity hazard analysis safe work practices.
OSHA outreach training program. Blood borne Pathogens CFR Subpart Z 1910.1030.
KBR - Training Occupational Noise Exposure. Occupational Noise Exposure 1910.95 Subpart G.
Fire Warden Class (18 Apr 11)
Online Safety Training Programs – Michigan State University (SAFE RESPONSE)
Container Inspections 05/13/2011 90%
Emergency Response Planning OSHA FR 1910.10 05/29/2011 90%
Blood Borne Pathogens 05/12/2011 OSHA 29CFR 1910.103 94%
Anthony E Bird
Country Deputy Program Director
Ph +675-******** (Papua New Guinea Cell)