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Manager Air Force

Location:
Jacksonville, FL, 32244
Posted:
April 20, 2021

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LUIS OTERO **** Edgebrook Court, Jacksonville, FL 32244

C 912-***-**** / adlub8@r.postjobfree.com

Professional Experience:

FUELS MANAGER FEB 2019-MAY 2019

DYN-CORP INTL 13500 Heritage Parkway, Fort Worth TX 76177, Supervisor Carlos Perez, Marshall Island, RMI, Ph. # 805-***-****

Responsible for the daily, weekly, and monthly inspection of the fuel systems prior to use. Analysis deficiencies and formulated corrective actions for their resolution. Support daily operational needs of the fuels section to meet fuel requirements vital to the issue, receiving, storage and transferring of all forms of petroleum products as well as maintain and control fuel discrepancy reports. Responsible for the overall management and execution of the fueling service included but not limited to the planning and the overseeing of the into-plane fueling operations, fuel storage and distribution system, equipment maintenance, GSE operation, and any coordinate services that may be a part of the contract. Responsible to coordinate operations, maintenance, accounting and purchasing activities. Act as the primary interface with the management team for the military and Dyn-Corp Intl to insure fulfillment of all contract obligations. Loaded / Unloaded fuel by tanker in the Marshall Island, Kwajalein (RMI)

FUEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OPERATOR NOV 2018 – FEB 2019

OLGOONIK LLC Supervisor Tommy Koutsovalas, 504 Simler Blvd, Bldg. 410 Columbus AFB, Columbus MS 39710, 662-***-****

Performed daily operator's maintenance on refueling vehicles. Refueled / defueled alert and transient aircraft, accomplished all proper documentation and accountability of all issued / received aviation and ground fuels, received / issued over 1,000,000 gallons of aviation without incident. Received fuel from trucks. Inspect and perform a quality assurance check of all documents related to the shipment and cross reference it to the fuel been received making sure is right fuel was shipped and received. At (GOCO) facilities. Ensured product / service quality requirements, specifications, and laboratory analyses are complying.

FUEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OPERATOR Sept 2017 – Sept 2018

Fluor Federal Global Projects 100 Fluor Daniel Drive, Greenville SC 29067/ Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan Super Derek Yarbrough, 864-***-**** / 864-***-**** / 864-***-****

Work with a multinational team to monitor and maintain aviation, diesel and mogas fuels with in the tank farm. Preform usage calculations, initiates service orders and required amounts need for tank filling. Route logistical functions including preparation of receiving or shipping documents. Inspects samples of fuels and check gravity and flashpoints. Gauge tanks for water, temperatures and fuel levels. Perform preventive maintenance and repairs on fuel terminal systems. Performed daily operator's maintenance on refueling vehicles. Refueled / defueled alert and transient aircraft. Ensured product / service quality requirements, specifications, and laboratory analyses are in compliance. Assure all personnel working

within the war zone adhere to all safety requirements.

FUEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OPERATOR Jun 2015 – Sept 2017

DATA MONITOR SYSTEMS - 9070 Harmony Dr. Midwest City OK 73130 / 1445 N. Fortress St Grissom ARB Peru, In 46971

Supervisor; Matthew Snyder 765-***-****765-***-****

Performed daily operator's maintenance on refueling vehicles. Refueled / defueled alert and transient aircraft, accomplished all proper documentation and accountability of all issued / received aviation and ground fuels, received / issued over 2,000,000 gallons of aviation without incident. Received fuel from tanker trucks. Inspect and perform a quality assurance check of all documents related to the shipment and cross reference it to the fuel been received making sure is right fuel was shipped and received. At (GOCO) facilities. Ensured product / service quality requirements, specifications, and laboratory analyses are complying. Operated hydrant system. Qualified to run the hydrant system.

UPPER BAY TECHNICIAN Jan 2014 – Jun 2015

Heartland Automotive (Jiffy Lube) 4679 US Hwy 80 East Savannah Ga 31410 – Supervisor, Tyrone Ferrer 912-***-****

Provide customer service, preventive maintenance, and follow vehicles manufactures recommendations, checking proper oil level before and after servicing, verifying correct oil filter application and weight with proper quantity, adjust tires for proper inflation, fill all necessary fluids under hood, add oil, pressure check it, check dipstick for confirmation to proper level after running it, do quality inspection and observe lower bay technician accomplishing quality inspection under the vehicle.

Assistant Contract Manager / Asst Fuels Mgr. Feb 2012 – Aug 2012

Hawthorne Services Inc. 320 S. Lighting Rd Savannah Ga 31409 / Supervisor Alan Greenwell Work # 912-***-****

6543 Fain St Charleston SC 29456 Office # 843-***-****

Coordinate all bulk fuel, aviation and ground fuel operations, facility and mobile refuel vehicles corrective and preventive maintenance programs. Developed and approved procedures for performing petroleum operations, and fuel terminal management and administration. Provided technical assistance for petroleum facility projects design and repair, to include review of publications and drawings. Formulated cost estimates supporting Annex contract modifications. Also responsible for the fuels accounting, making sure all transaction are process daily, and account for all fuels on hand, and projections.

Superintendent POL SERVICES / Fuel Manager - Terminal Manager April 2011 - Nov 2011

DG21 LLC PSC 466, Box 24 FPO AP 96595 / 246-***-**** - Jim Benton First Support Services 14900 Landmark Blvd Ste 400, Dallas, TX 75254 Ph. # 972-***-****.

Oversaw all bulk fuel marine, aviation and ground fuel operations, facility and mobile refuel vehicles corrective and preventive maintenance programs, POL lab operations, hydrant type III operations, bulk fuel inventory accountability and management. Also managed annex level budget, safety, training, facilities, environmental minor property shop stock inventory, and personnel management programs. Researched and assisted in developing company position on contractual issues. Developed and approved procedures for performing petroleum operations, and fuel terminal management and administration. Provided technical assistance for petroleum facility projects design and repair, to include review of publications and drawings. Formulated cost estimates supporting Annex contract modifications also indefinite quantity repair work. Loaded / Unloaded fuel from T1 tanker, @ Diego Garcia.

Fuels Manager Dec 2009 - Jan 2011

Dyn-Corp International, 13500 Heritage Parkway, Fort Worth TX 76177, Ph. # 817-***-**** Tommy James

Responsible for the daily, weekly, and monthly inspection of the fuel systems prior to use. Also to analyzed deficiencies and formulated corrective actions for their resolution. Support daily operational needs of the fuels section to meet fuel requirements vital to the issue, receiving, storage and transferring of all forms of petroleum products as well as maintain and control fuel discrepancy reports. Also, have been Operational & Maintenance Manager for Camp Lindsey as well as Fuels Manager.

Control and manage a crew of 80 personnel, in various trades, electrical, power generator, HVACs, carpenter, plumber, and service desk for all the work order submission as well as minor construction. Responsible for the overall management and execution of the fueling service included but not limited to the planning and the overseeing of the into-plane fueling operations, fuel storage and distribution system, equipment maintenance, GSE operation, and any auxiliary services that may be a part of the contract. Monitor and direct the location’s operations, maintenance, accounting and purchasing activities. Act as the primary interface with the management team for the military and Dyn-Corp Intl to insure fulfillment of all contract obligations.

Supreme Fuels

Fuels Liaison Officer Dubai, UAE, Dan Gwan Ph. 703-***-**** Aug 2009 – Oct 2009

Organize the passage of communications and information from customer back to the relevant Supreme Fuels Point of Contact (POC) to coordinate a positive response. Follow up and close out with successful solution. Establish and maintain working relationships with vital military staff, internal customers, civilian contractors and stakeholders. Provide the team with guidance and support to achieve the require duties. Manage the maintenance and review of trends in statistical data relating to fuels operations. Manage the preparation of detail brief for incoming deployments.

Fuel Terminal Superintendent AUG 2008-AUG 2009

T K and K Services LLC / 5665 Atlanta Hwy Ste 103-211, Alpharetta GA 30004 / Ken Standifer 678-***-****

Responsible to the daily, weekly, and monthly inspection of the fuel system prior to use. Analyzed deficiencies and formulated corrective actions for their resolution. Support daily operational needs of the fuels section to meet fuel requirements. Lead supervision of four operators. Vital to the issue, receiving, storage and transferring of petroleum products. Maintain and control fuel discrepancy reports.

Fuel Terminal Manager - Superintendent JUN 2008-AUG 2008

Agility Logistics / AFH FUELS 5270 Shawnee Rd, Alexandria VA 22312, Jack Vance Ph. # 703-***-****

Responsible for the daily, weekly, and monthly inspection of the fuel system prior to use. Analyzed deficiencies and formulated corrective actions for their resolution. Support daily operational needs of the fuels section to meet fuel requirements. Lead supervision of four operators. Vital to the issue, receiving, storage and transferring of petroleum products. Maintain and control fuel discrepancy reports. Loaded / Unloaded fuel by tanker @ Lajes, Azores Portugal.

Hydrant Supervisor-Technician JAN 2008 – JUN 2008

First Agility Support (AFS) 480 Production Ave, Madison AL 35758, Supervisor McCoy Greer 210-***-****

Accountable for a $35 million fuel hydrant facility, type III system, constant pressure hydrant system, with 37 outlets, 4 tanks holding approximately 4.8 million gallons of aviation fuel. Responsible for the daily, weekly, and monthly inspection of the system prior to use. Supervising a crew of 7 operators. Analyze deficiencies and formulate corrective actions for their resolution. Ensure all accountable and non-accountable equipment and supplies are properly identified, accounted for and in proper working order. Support daily operational needs of the fuels section to meet fuel requirements. Issue, receive, store and transfer petroleum products. Maintain and control fuel discrepancy reports.

Fuels Manager/Supervisor SEP 2006 – NOV 2007

Phoenix Management Inc. - 300 College Ave, Milwaukee WI 53207, GMIAP ARS – Supervisor, John J. McDermott 512-***-****

Responsible for all fuel’s financial operations. Accounting and administration experience. Have working knowledge of DESC computer systems to order, receive and manage inventory. Have experience with FAS databases to manage equipment and facilities and correctly maintain laboratory samples. Experienced in supervising compliance/laboratory functions and have working knowledge of fuel / cryogenics sampling. Qualified in RCC/FISC daily closeout, transaction processing and clearing rejects in DESC computer systems. Experienced in fuels operations, distribution, and preventative maintenance and flight line operations. Fuels and cryogenics operations were completed safely IAW with all governing directives. Experienced and knowledgeable of the properties and characteristics of cryogenics, liquid propellants and gases. As Fuels Manager I trained in accumulation, control, storage and disposal of environmental and hazardous material. Supervised / managed the distribution, storage, cryogenics and propellants storage function.

Reviewed aircraft flying schedules for fuel support requirements, and tailored work shifts accordingly. Performed accounting duties and worked jointly with DESC to establish fuel requirements for GMIAP ARS. Managed assigned vehicles, and established product rotation procedures and quality control procedures for a 400,000-gallon fuel system. Served as a liaison between the Fuels management office and the PMI office of personnel in regard to labor relations. Managed a work force of 5 military members and 3 civilian employees.

FUELS – RESOURCE CONTROL CENTER / SUPERVISOR NOV 2004 – SEP 2006

PAE Government Services, Inc., 888 S. Figueroa St., #1700, Los Angeles, CA 90017 213-***-**** – Supv, George MacKay

Performed operation supervisor, fuels manager duties in their absence, managing a work force of 17 military members and 21 civilian employee work force. Was responsible for monitoring fuel operations and maintaining fuel accounts. Maintain document control function for fuels documents and transactions by inputting data into Fuels Automated System (FAS) daily, and documented fueling transaction and verified accuracy to maintain precise accountability. Maintain inventory status and monitor aircraft generation status. Review aircrafts flying schedules for fuel support requirements, and tailor work shift accordingly. Perform accounting duties and work jointly with DESC to establish fuel requirements for Moron Air Base.

Manage assigned vehicles, and establish product rotation procedures, quality control procedures for five-million-gallon fuel system.. POC for flights outside normal duty hours. Supervise/manage the distribution, storage, cryogenics and propellants storage function. Coordinated fuel receipt operations with Spanish terminal and work laterally with the Spanish Air Force’s fuel office to provide support to their operation when require. Analyzed deficiencies and formulated corrective actions for their resolution. Train on a $35 million fuel hydrant facility, hydrant system type III system, constant pressure hydrant system, with 37 outlets, 4 tanks holding approximately 4.8 million gallons of aviation fuel.

Technician MAY 2001 – JAN 2004

American Telecommunications Network, St. Mary’s, Georgia

Supervisor, Richard Russell, H 912-***-****; W # 912-***-****; 913 Dilworth St. St. Mary’s GA 31558

Maintained, troubleshot, analyzed, repaired and installed telecommunications systems to include fiber optic networks, wireless, digital and analog systems. Installed, upgraded and maintained software. Managed accounts and access to systems, troubleshooting interface problems. Managed systems resources and configuration implementing security procedures and tools. Provided technical assistance to functional users for planning, installation and start-up of computer system. Assist in determining requirements for local area network configuration. Tested and evaluated vendor hardware and software. Delivered, installed and explained equipment to customer.

Manager – Supervisor JUL 1997 – MAR 1998

GSC Foundries, Inc. 2738 Commerce Way, Ogden UT 84401, Work # 801 - 627 – 1660

Oversaw the performance of the company’s steel division grinding area employees. Scheduled daily work assignments, performed quality assurance checks on work process and product. Maintained administrative records as well as overseeing company policy and regulations reviews. Trained employees in safety requirements.

U.S. Air Force JUL 1973 - AUG 1997

Twenty-four years’ service which included performing critical positions in high stress areas. Supervised / managed the distribution, storage, cryogenics and propellants storage function. Reviewed aircraft flying schedules for fuel support requirements, and tailored work shifts accordingly. Hydrant system type III system, constant pressure, and Pritchard Hydrants.

EDUCATION/TRAINING

Responsible Officer, TM Course Cert, May 2019

Certified Petroleum Craftsman – Nov 2012 (NPMA)

Environmental Compliance Officer (ECO) - 40 Hrs. - June 2012

Haz Mat Refresher 8 Hrs. June 2009

Bachelor of Science / Management – Oct 2005

Fuel Automation System training - April 2005.

Inventory Accounting - Certified, April 2005.

OWAT Ogden, Utah – Personal Computer Specialist Certificate, MAR 2000

Fuel Technician – USAF July 1974

Bilingual, can Speak, Read, and Write in Spanish



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