Facilities Maintenance employee with a wide variety of repair and maintenance experience in equipment, mechanical and facilities. I have strong interpersonal skills and have successfully worked with and directed many personality styles. I believe safety is the first priority, always.
I have implemented a CMMS system at a previous employer, Helped integrate a system at another employer, and used a third program as a maintenance planner at a different company.
I worked over 2 years as a maintenance dispatcher planner, becoming familiar withe Avantis, and prioritizing trouble calls and work requests prior to moving into my current building mechanic position. I have extensive experience in triaging, setting priorities, estimating, and scheduling work with crafts people and customers. I am comfortable with changing priorities and working with all stakeholders as changes occur.
I know how to navigate the airport and terminal and ho the security and operational needs impact maintenance activities.
Researched, purchased, and worked with IT, to install and set up a small scale CMMS at a local company. At the same time I was swing shift maintenance supervisor for this fast expanding production facility. Developed an innovative preventive maintenance program for components in the facility.
Have been a trainer for safety and equipment operation as examples: Lock-out_tag-out, fall prevention, forklift operation, Crane truck, etc.
Went to school as personal time allowed and obtained my Associate of Applied Science degree at Portland Community College in June of 2002
Perform all tasks as assigned, troubleshoot and repair all facilities and support equipment owned by the Port in a safe and professional manner. Have always been working at least one shift per week by myself, handling routine work , trouble calls, and special projects with confidence and using minimal on call support.
Received communications from customers, crafts, and public by telephone, e-mail, fax, and radio, concerning problems and follow up to all terminal issues. Triage trouble requests and set priorities for response. Schedule or change craft assignments as needed to provide the best service possible. Completed additional assignments including upgrades to entities and superintendent equipment assignments.
Work with mechanics on logging sites, in the log export yard, and the truck shop. Dispatched personnel as needed to handle breakdowns on any of that equipment. Worked with various vendors to obtain parts or services for normal activities or rush break down situations. At times had to assign people out of their area and comfort zone to get equipment operating and to perform pm and routine work in order to have maximum production. Entered work requests, work orders, purchasing requisitions, purchase orders in the CMMS.
Swing shift maintenance supervisor, also purchased and implemented Benchmate CMMS. Directed and trained up to 8 technicians in a fast paced and fast growing manufacturing facility.
Also took courses atLower Columbia College in Longview WA. Took environment science classes as a minor field at Portland Community College.
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