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Manager Maintenance

Location:
Tomball, TX, 77377
Salary:
100000
Posted:
August 09, 2012

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WILLIAM “BILL” ROGERS

832-***-**** • v0pfnv@r.postjobfree.com

EXECUTIVE PROFILE

SENIOR ENGINEERING / MAINTENANCE MANAGER

– HEAVY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY –

HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS:

Highly motivated, hands on Engineering and Maintenance Manager with 30 +years of diverse manufacturing experience in forging, chemical, aluminum refining/smelting, extrusion, and food processing.

Recognized for developing and managing world class engineering and maintenance departments, as well as managing large capital and repair projects up to $500M.

Expertise in developing maintenance programs in the areas of reliability, predictive, preventive, CMMS, and training which have resulted in significant improvements in uptime and reduction in costs.

Strong and effective leader with excellent analytical and communication skills, committed to promoting safety and teamwork.

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering

World Class Maintenance • Project Management • Mechanical Integrity • Total Productive/Quality Management

Engineering Design • Safety / Reliability / Compliance • Continuous Improvement • Root Cause Failure Analysis

SELECTED ACHIEVEMENTS:

Implemented a predictive maintenance and reliability programs along with apprentice training which changed a reactive, high cost maintenance group into a proactive, lower cost organization.

IMPACT: 12% uptime improvement and a $4M reduction in yearly maintenance costs for the plant.

Managed an $80M capital improvement program to replace/upgrade critical operating equipment.

IMPACT: Elimination of chronic equipment problems, increased production throughput, and reduced operating and maintenance costs.

Directed the construction and start-up of a new $75M facility using new production technology. This included the hiring and management of all technical resources in the plant.

IMPACT: On-time start-up of the entire facility to meet customer requirements.

Directed the design and start up of 2 new facilities. One was a $500M aluminum refining facility in Brazil and the other was a $10M domestic drawn tube facility. Both plants were designed to streamline the processes and address new markets.

IMPACT: These plants were started ahead of schedule, and exceeded all objectives within 3 years.

Designed and implemented a $25M capital improvement plan at an aluminum refining facility in Suriname, South America.

IMPACT: This was a planned 3 year program which was completed in 2 1/2 years well within budget, and which increased plant output by 25%.

Designed and implemented 3 new frozen food processing lines with a $14.5M capital investment over 2 years.

IMPACT: These automated lines increased output of the plant and able to reduce operating personnel by 15 people.

Developed and implemented reliability and maintenance information systems (CMMS) at 3 different locations.

IMPACT: All 3 significantly improved uptime and generated more timely information to help control maintenance costs.

WILLIAM “BILL” ROGERS – PAGE 2

SENIOR ENGINEERING / MAINTENANCE MANAGER

– HEAVY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY –

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

RTI Fabrications, Houston, TX 2010- Present

Major supplier of forgings and extrusions at the Houston facility producing $75M in annual sales of titanium shapes for aerospace and oil/gas markets.

Plant Engineering & Maintenance Manager

Responsible for plant/facilities engineering and maintenance in the facility; Organization consisted of 1 plant engineer, 1 maintenance supervisor and, maintenance technicians (mechanical, electrical, furnace).

Oversee annual maintenance expense budget of $8M and capital budget of $4M with weekly review of maintenance indices.

In charge of equipment uptime, new construction, department safety, and craft training.

WYMAN-GORDON/PCC FORGINGS, Houston, TX 2000 – 2010

A world class forging/extrusion operation at the Houston facility producing over $480M in annual sales of high alloy forging for aerospace and large diameter pipe for energy markets.

Plant Engineering & Maintenance Manager

Responsible for plant/facilities engineering and maintenance in the facility; Organization consisted of 5 plant engineers, 3 maintenance superintendents, maintenance engineer, 18 supervisors, and 113 union craftsmen (mechanical, electrical, furnace).

Oversee annual maintenance expense budget of $16M and capital budget of $12M with weekly review of maintenance indices.

In charge of equipment uptime, new construction, department safety, and craft training.

Review equipment uptime on a daily basis and determined root cause failures.

Analyze costs vs. budgets.

Address Union issues including answering grievances.

AURORA FOODS INC., Jackson, TN 1998 – 2000

A $1B producer of frozen foods including Aunt Jemima breakfast foods, Mama Celeste pizza, and Mrs. Paul’s fish products.

Engineering & Maintenance Manager

Oversaw engineering, maintenance, and MRO purchasing.

Supervised 2 engineers, Purchasing manager, 4 supervisors, and 65 maintenance crafts.

Responsible for all capital improvements and equipment/facility maintenance in the plant; Included capital budget of $14.5M and annual maintenance budget of $4M.

Reviewed daily production throughput and equipment downtime.

Monitored spending budget and construction progress on capital projects and level of spending on maintenance budget.

Reviewed stock levels and MRO spending.

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SENIOR ENGINEERING / MAINTENANCE MANAGER

– HEAVY MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY –

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE CONTINUED:

MUELLER COPPER TUBE INC., Fulton, MS 1997 – 1998

A $3.3B producer of copper tubing products for the building, air conditioning/refrigeration, and retail markets both domestic and foreign.

Engineering & Maintenance Manager

In charge of all plant maintenance and engineering; Included 8 engineers, maintenance superintendent, 5 supervisors, and 50 craftsmen.

Responsible for $8M maintenance budget and $6M capital budget.

Managed major plant outage (2 weeks).

Reviewed plant production for the previous day and equipment uptime.

Oversaw resolution of equipment failures and causes.

Reviewed capital and maintenance spending vs. budget.

ALUMAX ENGINEERED METAL PROCESSES, INC., Jackson, TN 1994 – 1997

A $4B producer of aluminum products for building, packaging, food consumer durables, and automotive markets.

Engineering & Maintenance Manager

In charge of plant construction, engineering, and maintenance for a group consisting of 9 salaried personnel and 60 craftsmen.

Hired maintenance and engineering personnel, trained craft personnel, and developed self directed work teams.

Responsible for project management of $75M plant construction and start-up, maintenance budget of $4M, and capital budget of $3.5M after start-up.

Reviewed construction schedule and made revisions as needed.

Reviewed uptime and equipment failures.

Participated in meetings with customers.

Developed policies and procedures.

ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA (ALCOA), various locations 1974 – 1994

A $13.4B integrated aluminum company producing and selling aluminum, semi-fabricated aluminum products, finished aluminum products, and alumina for chemical processing.

Engineering / Maintenance Superintendent and Manager

In charge of design, construction, start-up, plant engineering and maintenance at 2 locations; In charge of manufacturing at one location; Organizations consisted of engineers, maintenance supervision, and craftsmen with up to total of 200 personnel.

Responsible for maintenance budgets up to $200M, and capital budgets up to $500M.

Oversaw all hiring of maintenance and engineering personnel.

Reviewed construction schedule progress.

Reviewed expense and capital spending.

Reviewed equipment uptime and chronic issues.

Dealt with personnel issues, planning and scheduling of personnel.

EDUCATION:

LAMAR UNIVERSITY, Beaumont, TX

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)



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