Resume

Sign in

Manager Customer Service

Location:
Reno, NV, 89511
Salary:
120000
Posted:
August 21, 2012

Contact this candidate

Resume:

GEORGE E. SNIDER

Reno, NV. *****. bcax2g@r.postjobfree.com. 775-***-****

www.linkedin.com/in/gesnider

Corporate Human Resource Manager

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

- Used engineering principles with the manufacturers to design the catalyst, processors and refinery plant. I set the parameters for bids, researched completed bids for value (price verses quality). Created a material requisitions and purchase order procedure system. I signed contracts, purchased the equipment and set the schedules for delivery. I established a tracing system and purchased equipment.

- Wrote procedures and policies with knowledge of OSHA,ISO,API,ASTM,EPA and DOT

- Managed 2 oil production companies simultaneously in day to day operations and oversaw the human resource departments

- Over 3 years in sales management, customer service, manufacturing and production

- Over 7 years’ experience in management of plant operations, HR Human Resource management, payroll, employee talent, workload management and P&L profit and lost

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

New School of Social Research, Manhattan, New York

Bachelor of Science BS in HR Human Resources Management

Naval War College, Senior Enlisted Academy, Newport, Rhode Island

Naval Nuclear Power School, Bainbridge, Maryland

Counselor in US Navy with many technical courses

Taught college courses and was designated Master Training Specialist

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Business Development Committee, ProNet, Reno NV.

January 2012 - present

Vice President of Operations/ Sales Manager Advanced Refining Concepts, Sparks, NV.

March 2009-December 2011

- Contrived with manufacturers to design the catalyst, processors and refinery plant. Responsible for manufacturing operations of processors and building of refinery plant

- Worked with OSHA in the design and safe operations of the refinery plant Procured the robot and controls, materials for the catalyst, units and tanks Used International Organization For Standardization, ISO and American Petroleum Institute API to ensure product meets or exceeds state and federal standards

- Coordinated with management, state and federal Environmental Protection Agencies EPA to have GDiesel designated a diesel

- Worked with Nevada Environmental Protection Agency NEPA to have GDiesel designed an Alternative Fuel in the State of Nevada

- Oversaw daily operations and maintenance of GDiesel production terminal

- Established relationships with producers of fuel and customers to bring sales from startup to 140,000 gallons per day in six months

- Researched management of correct state agencies and coordinated out of state tests of GDiesel with Arizona and Utah

Vice-President, Titan Energy Inc., Bakersfield, CA.

May 1998-December 2008

- Field Superintendent oversaw all aspects of daily operations and supervised all

well work overs and well stimulations

- In September 2004, Titan filed for bankruptcy and was inactive until 2005 at which time took over as Executive Vice-President in charge of well operations

- Returned five leases back to operations

Chief Executive Officer and Director, Core Energy Resources Inc., Bakersfield, CA

June 2007-February 2008

.

- Responsible for management and oversight of the company’s production, field operation and engineering administration

- Planned and supervised the drilling and completion of 50 new oil wells, flow lines, and headers at a cost of 26 million dollars

- Planned and supervised the building and upgrading of the production facilities at a cost of 2 million dollars

- Responsible for all day to day field operations including material acquisitions, sales and work scheduling

Manager and Director, Core Energy Limited Liability Company, Bakersfield, CA

October 2002-February 2007

- Responsible for all phases of company operations, P&L, personnel management, safety and maintenance except to raise financial capital

- Took six leases with very little value, 100 wells and zero production to 125 barrels a day with no financing. Four of the leases sold for 6 million dollars. Core Energy retained the other two leases

- Responsible for all Core’s governmental agency interactions (California Dept. of Oil and Gas, Bureau of Land Management, California Water Resource Board, and the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District, etc.)

- Assembled and reviewed capital budget for Core Energy Resources drilling program

- Returned all leases to comply with Department of Oil and Gas Idle Well Program



Contact this candidate