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Maintenance Supervisor

Location:
Saanich, BC, V8Z 5C3, Canada
Posted:
August 20, 2012

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DOUGLAS SMITH

**-**** ********* **., ********, BC V8Z 5C3

Ph. 250-***-**** / vai1ug@r.postjobfree.com

PROFILE

A strong foundation, certification and 20+ years' experience in building

trades, security and maintenance including painting (journeyman -

interior/exterior/furniture/signs), wood refinishing, ice and pool

maintenance, grounds maintenance, safety and security of recreation and

educational institutions, operating vehicles (1T), lifts and equipment

associated with painting trades and purchasing goods and services.

Recognized for providing quality, environmentally sustainable workmanship

and exceeding client and employer expectations and health and safety

standards. Career in public and private organizations including schools,

military base, recreation centres, multi-family (seniors) housing and

schools. Bondable - RCMP clearance.

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

CERTIFICATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Journeyman Painter and Decorator, Province of Alberta, Board of

Certification (1984)

Industrial/Commercial End-User Fall Protection Program - Innovative

Safety Leaders (in service with a BC School District) (2007)

Pool Operator Certificate, Levels 1 (general maintenance, water

quality, chemicals) and Level II (technical pool operations including

testing and cleaning, BC Recreation and Parks Assoc. (BCRPA) (2006)

WHMIS - safe handling, storage and transport of chemicals including

labeling, emergency procedures and content of chemical

Class V Driver License - with a clean record - received award from

Strathcona County (Alberta) for Safety and Defensive Driving - drove 1T

cube van to transport painting, scaffolding, ladders and related building

equipment to job sites.

Union Member # 459 CUPE

Bondable (RCMP Clearance) for public sector employment.

TRADES/TECHNICAL

As a Journeyman Painter, painted commercial, institutional,

residential and industrial applications (washrooms, common areas,

gymnasiums, offices, stairwells, hallways, lockers) with/around related

trades including developing relationships with clients, site maintenance,

set-up/take down and scheduling.

Working knowledge of conventional and airless sprayers for industrial

use including. furniture, building exteriors, metal products and other uses

in building construction.

Repaints and textured ceilings in new construction (school districts,

homes, commercial buildings).

Working knowledge of coatings for industrial and residential

applications including paints, stains, varnishes, special coatings and

decorative (wall) paper.

Preparation of surfaces for painting including patching, gyproc taping and

repairs, stripping and refinishing furniture with stain and lacquer.

Maintained gymnasium floors including sanding, cleaning, urethane coating

using heavy equipment including sanding disks, buffers and industrial

vacuums.

Removed graffiti using chemicals, soda blasting and high pressure

water (2500 PSI).

Painting up-to-code commercial/school boiler rooms including pumps, water

and gas lines.

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DOUGLAS SMITH

16-4525 Wilkinson Rd., Victoria, BC V8Z 5C3

Ph. 250-***-**** / vai1ug@r.postjobfree.com

Built new construction and renovations (institutional - schools and

military base) utilizing environmentally friendly products (paints and

lacquers).

Hand painted wayfaring signs, parking lot lines and special markings

for institutional applications.

Maintained pools in major recreational facilities including cleaning,

chemical application, and deck maintenance.

Maintained ice rinks including operating Zamboni, edgers and related

equipment.

Refinished and applied (brushing/ragging/spraying) coatings to new

and old furniture.

Operated scissor lifts, extended boom genies and bucket trucks in

institutional settings and on new construction.

Built a variety of projects as a volunteer fundraiser including golf

fairway for United Way.

OPERATIONS AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT

Responsible for safety and security of employees and public in

industrial settings, commercial buildings, schools, military bases, ice

rinks, pools and for property security including locking/securing doors,

alarms, grounds (parking, access, driveways, gates) - given independent

access (bonded).

As on-call security and maintenance person, handled emergencies

including plumbing and electrical and supervised trades people (plumbing,

electrical) as required.

Co-ordinated grounds maintenance including snow removal; planting, lawn

maintenance, weeding, fertilizing; and operating related equipment

(tractors, industrial lawnmowers/edgers).

Estimated resources including time, staff and material for projects both

new and existing liaising with structural foreman, customer, trades and

suppliers.

Recruited and supervised employees including summer students and

project lead hand including scheduling, orientation, and ensuring safe

operation of equipment and safe on- site operations.

Managed all activities of self and teams complying with government

and corporate Health and Safety regulations, reporting and investigating

incidents, accidents and close calls.

Comply with all regulations regarding safe storage, use and disposal

of hazardous materials including paints, thinners, pool chemicals and

sanitation supplies.

Purchased goods and services including project materials for new

construction and renovation including paint products, plaster supplies,

preparation and cleaning materials.

Working knowledge of building systems including heating, ventilation,

air conditioning and refrigeration for maintenance and troubleshooting and

oversaw service contracts while on site.

Followed required sanitation standards relating to cleanliness and

maintenance of washrooms, change rooms, kitchens, pool decks, fitness areas

and gymnasiums.

CAREER SUMMARY

JOURNEYMAN PAINTER, SCHOOL DISTRICT #62

SOOKE, British Columbia (2006 - 2012)

Responsible for all aspects of painting projects including new construction

finishing and repainting exterior surfaces of 28 schools within the

district. Worked in the field and in the shop.

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DOUGLAS SMITH

16-4525 Wilkinson Rd., Victoria, BC V8Z 5C3

Ph. 250-***-**** / vai1ug@r.postjobfree.com

MAINTENANCE WORKER, OAK BAY RECREATION CENTRE

VICTORIA, British Columbia (2005 - 2006)

Accountable for managing and maintaining pool and ice facilities and

janitorial service for complete facility (gymnasium, recreation rooms,

public areas, washrooms, restaurant). Pool and ice maintenance included

testing, filter cleaning, deck cleaning, steam-room and sauna cleaning,

bleaching and chemical balancing for the pool.

LEAD HAND AND JOURNEYMAN PAINTER, VENTURE PAINTING LTD.

CALGARY, Alberta (2004-2005)

Venture painting paints new construction for schools throughout a variety

of school districts. As Lead Hand, supervised trades people (up to 6), and

as Journeyman Painter, responsible for preparing and painting new cinder

block interior walls and drywall.

JOURNEYMAN PAINTER, UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA

VICTORIA, British Columbia (2003)

Painted exterior of residential quarters (wood siding) utilizing lifts and

ladders.

JOURNEYMAN PAINTER, LANCASTER PARK,

EDMONTON, Alberta (2003)

Painted exterior and interior of buildings within an assigned area.

PAINTER, EDMONTON PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT,

EDMONTON, Alberta (2002)

Painted exterior of schools within an assigned area. Working off

scaffolding and ladders as required.

PAINTER, HIGH PRAIRIE SCHOOL DISTRICT

HIGH PRAIRIE, Alberta (1999-2002)

Painted buildings (interior & exterior) and removal of graffiti and

painting of all new millwork.

PAINTER, ELK ISLAND SCHOOL DIVISION

SHERWOOD PARK, Alberta (1983-1995)

Painted interior and exterior of 28 schools including repaints and new

construction and graffiti removal. Sprayed new millwork metal products and

refinished cabinetry.

DOUGLAS SMITH

16-4525 Wilkinson Rd., Victoria, BC V8Z 5C3

Ph. 250-***-**** / vai1ug@r.postjobfree.com

CONTACT RESOURCES

Sooke School Division#62

Facility Supervisor Trent Pryor Ph:250-***-****

Facility Director Peter Godau Ph:250-***-****

Oak Bay Recreation Center

Supervisor Ken Olson Ph:250-***-****

Venture Painting Ltd

Supervisor Jim McGinn Ph: 403-***-****

University of Victoria

Supervisor Larry Greenhalgh Ph:250-***-****

Lancaster Park,Edmonton

Supervisor Walter Kwak Ph:780-***-****

Edmonton Public School Division

Supervisor Rick Smith Ph:780-***-****

High Prairie School Division

Supervisor Lionel Butch Gagnon Ph:780-***-****

Elk Island School Division

Supervisor Dan Beals Ph:780-***-****

REFERENCES

Employment

Ken Olson Oak Bay Recreation Centre Ph: 250-***-****

Larry Greenhalgh University of Victoria Ph:250-***-**** email-

vai1ug@r.postjobfree.com

Personal reference

Charlene Zaharia Ph: 250-***-****



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