While the transition from a park environment to a museum may be a challenge, I believe I have the skills and determination to make this transition a success.
My experience with various construction aspects, relation building skills, leadership, and budgetary monitoring, I am certain I can make a lasting contribution to the continued success of the Museum of Science and History.
Experienced with hand and power tools, shop woodworking tools, (planer, bandsaws, drill press, lathe) as well as outdoor equipment, weed wacker, mowers, tractors, stumpgrinder.
I have completed finish carpentry projects as well as rough construction and supervised contractors performing duties within the parks. In all parks I have worked at I have been chiefly responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of restroom facilities and providing the best customer service for our visitors.
Much of my duties include the punctual and accurate submission of reports, weekly, monthly, quarterly, annual. I also must maintain the personnel files of staff and keep up with their individual training records. Providing mandatory and elective training for staff is an essential factor in staff development and my role as facilitator and mentor has always been a priority for me.
As supervisor I have collaborated on projects with numerous sub-contractors while reporting issues and getting feedback from regulatory division in Tallahassee. I have supervised and worked with park staff on smaller projects such as building trail bridges, replacing roofs, renovating storage sheds and pole barns. I have extensive experience with plumbing repairs large and small and installation of both tile and carpet, as well as laminate flooring.
My role as supervisor has placed me in many positions of authority and leadership. I have developed public speaking skills and abilities to work with other government and civic groups on many issues.
I have conducted building and safety inspections on a regular basis and have instilled the regular use of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for all staff performing certain tasks.
I have had to fulfill the role of mediator in resolving conflicts with staff and provide annual evaluations for them also.
As the park's Assistant Manager I am responsible for the day to day operations of 7 individual parks under the Little Talbot Island Administration. I impart duties to staff on daily basis and arrange for larger projects to be completed over long term periods. I ensure procedures are followed for fee collection at busy ranger station and unmanned fee collection boxes. I also keep track of budgetary constraints on various projects and spending categories. The overall cleanliness and safety of our visitor facilities is central to my duties which I perform along with a staff of 20 full and part time employees. The care of natural and cultural resources found within the park are also my responsibility.
As the Park Manager for a busy camping park I was responsible for daily operations and upkeep of over 6,000 acres of wildland. While there I oversaw the renovation of the campground, a 1.6 million dollar project of which I was involved in all phases of design and construction. I also received a Davis Service Award from the State of Florida for saving the state over 700,000 dollars on that project. In my duties I was responsible for renovating the parks visitor center where interpretive displays were located. I managed a full-time staff of 10 at this park and seasonally managed over 30 volunteers and a Citizens Support Organization (CSO) The fiscal balance of the park's budget were my responsibility as well as oversight on the CSO budget.
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