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construction manager

Location:
Houston, Texas, 77090, United States
Salary:
10
Posted:
May 24, 2010

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Edward Isaac III

***** **** *** #***

Houston, Texas 77090

(281) ***-**** cell#

apadka@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE:

To obtain a developing role within the Petro-Chemical industry at which I intend to enhance and progress.

EDUCATION:

North Shore High School

Houston, Texas 77049

Graduated in 1991~ Diploma

United Stated Navy

IT Specialist ~ Certified IT Small System Specialist

Served from 1996-2002

WORK HISTORY:

02/2008-present SGS North America Cargo Treatment Specialist

• A cargo that for one reason or another is off-specification may be treated with additives to correct some deficiency

• The method of adding additives is on-board drumming, direct line injection, or in-tank blending.

• Work a 12-hr. rotating shift and on call schedule.

• Monitor field equipment by inspection & instrumentation, adjusts,

and troubleshoots equipment as needed.

• Maintains written record of field instrumentation readings

• Starts & stops compressors, blowers, pumps, etc.

• Turns valves and adjusts controls associated with various piping, vessels, and other equipment.

• Coordinates and supervises activities of service or technical personnel via personnel assignments, job or project management, administration and technical support.

• Responsible for single products/services in a single legal entity.

• Typically does not have budgetary responsibility.

• Monitors daily progress of job(s) or project(s).

• Works independently under general supervision, requiring normal guidance and review.

• Provides some technical guidance and work direction to field staff.

• Maintain a wide portfolio of additive suppliers

• Handles special projects, as assigned.

01/2005-02/2007 Certified Safety Safety Attendant

• assure that work can be done safely and timely

• issue permits on a timelier basis without creating “downtime” while workers wait for permits

• Clean up operations at uncontrolled waste sites

• Clean-up operations at RCRA sites

• Hazardous waste operations at treatment, storage, and disposal sites

• Emergency response operational needs

• Fire watch, Bottle watch, Fresh Air, and Confined Space

03/2007-01/2008-5/1994-1/1996 Chem Coast Chemical Inspector

• Handle crude oil, petroleum products, chemicals or gasses.

• Transport or distribute samples

• Protect the interests of customers through sampling, measurement and inspection techniques that are designed to reduce losses and avoid contamination which is detrimental to the products' specifications and their value.

• Gauging, sampling, quantity, and quality control.

• Work a 12-hr. rotating shift and on call schedule.

• Monitor field equipment by inspection & instrumentation, adjusts,

and troubleshoots equipment as needed.

• Maintains written record of field instrumentation readings

• Starts & stops compressors, blowers, pumps, etc.

• Turns valves and adjusts controls associated with various piping, vessels, and other equipment.

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