A brief summary of my knowledge and accomplishmentsthat could help me obtain the position of a Civil Engineer Operations Manager would be; experience in maintaining and constructing Air Force Air Craft Arresting systems and Air Field Pavements. My expertise of FAA regulations and Air Force regulations makes me a prime candidate for this position. Understanding the principals of Real Property and Capitalization when it comes into play, as well as facility systems upkeep and maintenance. Acknowledging the difference between Rpie, and non-Rpie when applied to the subject matter of Real Property. Complying to Air Force Instructions such as Unified Facilities Criteria, along with knowledge of IWIMS, IEMS and using Engineering Technical Letters. Use of work order systems scheduling; managing supply accounts, and also maintaining special level accounts.
My current primary duty is to be used as the Electrical Power Production Superintendent expert along with Air Craft Arresting systems, both systems located on Air Force installations and Joint Use airports. Provides input by using statements of work, project books, and the entire design process for buildings to the base master plan.
Planned, programmed, and executed 2009 Wing Training Mission to Gowen Field, ID
Acquired, planned, and installed new state of the art arresting system for Kingsley Field
Acquired, planned, and installed 2 Mobile Arresting Systems for Sentry Lion in Bulgaria
General Chester McCarty award 2009 Wing Level General Support Award Winner
Hired into Operations Management as a Drill Status Guardsman. Worked inputing work orders, direct and indirect schedule work. Never went to Operations 3 level School. Scheduled to go to school, but management needed someone in the Power Production shop, so they sent me to that school instead.
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