EQUIPMENT/ENVIRONMENTAL INSPECTOR- EXXONMOBIL POINT THOMPSON PROJECT
Dependable professional bringing management experience and a willingness to take on added responsibility to meet tight deadlines. Enthusiastic team player with a strong work ethic and advanced complex problem solving skills. Dedicated to continuous process improvement in the face of rapidly evolving and changing environment. Extremely proactive in addressing and resolving problems.
Information Systems, Performance Management, Personnel, Process Improvement, Project Management, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Safety, Strategic Planning, Systems Integration, Team Management, Technical manuals, transportation.
Equipment/Environmental Inspector- ExxonMobil Point Thompson Project, 06/2014 to Current PRL Logistics, Inc – Deadhorse, AK
Perform detailed inspections of various types of commercial vehicles, construction equipment, buses, pickup and SUV style vehicles for potential environmental and mechanical problems that could result in the spill or loss of fluids.
Interface with client/ customers on a daily basis while keeping positive relations.
Assist Barge Master and Load Master in loading/ unloading of barge operations from West dock to central pad on the Point Thompson project.
Trained in man over board (MOB) procedures and cold water rescue.
Performed duties of Spotter, lashing and unlashing Equipment on the Barge while keeping a safe work practice.
Logistics & Quality Control Inspector, 11/2010 to 01/2013 4th QM, Second Engineers – Anchorage, AK
Served as Squad Leader supporting 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 2nd Engineer Brigade and the Alaska National Guard.
Inspected and maintained parachute systems, vehicles and equipment in excess of $10,000,000.
Ensured all parachute systems and safety related equipment were maintained and repaired according to appropriate field manuals and technical manuals.
Inspected air items to ensure manufacturer and Army quality control.
Held responsible for the health, welfare, and training of soldiers.
Conducted Arctic Light Individual Training.
As a Range Noncommissioned Officer in Charge, provided access, training, inspections and maintenance for all range operations to over 400 soldiers.
Increased unit section work production 30 percent by redesigning and improving processes.
Served as Information Management Officer to provide systems integration, building security accounts, hardware inventory and provided access for government accounts.
Trained, coached and mentored staff to ensure smooth adoption of new program.
Strengthened company's business by leading implementation of unit projects .
Movement Coordinator, 4th/5th Special Forces (Airborne) – Tikrit, Iraq.
Highly specialized rigging of equipment and personnel loads for highly sensitive Special Operations Force (SOF) missions.
SOF aerial delivery operations, includes preparation, outfitting, and inspection for delivery of personnel and equipment into maritime environments and exceptionally hazardous terrain.
Assisted with reception, staging, and preparation for follow on transportation of 50 equipment containers to 3 Advanced Operational Bases (AOB) and 18 Operational Detachments Alphas (ODA) without incident or loss.
Managed movement of more then 200 personnel and equipment/ supplies to AL Sahra Air Field for shipment to AOBs and ODAs.
Successfully processed and migrated over 250 tons of cargo and 150 soldiers throughout Northern Iraq.
Certified and operated lead Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (heavily armored tactical vehicle) for convoy operations.
Operated forklifts, palletized load systems, heavy equipment transports with 70-ton payloads, and heavy expanded mobility tactical trucks.
Rigger and Safety Inspector, 01/2007 to 11/2010 4th/5th Special Forces (Airborne) – Fort Campbell, KY
Formulated, implemented, and documented programs to train Airborne unit commanders in support of Aerial delivery deployment functions to ensure effective and efficient operations of unit deployment processes.
Coordinated with the Unit Movement Officer (UMO) and deploying units requiring hazardous material technical specialist training.
Assiduously ensured over 7,000 military freefall parachutes, 5,000 static line parachutes and 300 containerized delivery systems.
Conducted high altitude - low opening and high altitude - high opening freefall parachute operations.
Followed prescribed loading and safety procedures, calculated load restraints and secured cargo with appropriate devices and equipment.
Performed Joint Airdrop Inspections (JAI) of various cargo loads rigged for airdrop prior to manifesting and loading of items for air shipment.
Checked cargo against manifests and annotates overages, shortages, or damage.
Bachelor of Science: Occupational Safety & Health, Current Columbia Southern University -
Health Safety Environmental Technician & Project Management : Northern Industrial Training (NIT) - Anchorage, AK Project Management over 130 Hrs & (NCCER) Certification.
Health, Safety, Environmental, Technician (HSET)
Project Management (NCCER)
Petroleum Education Council (PEC) (Safe Land/ Safe Gulf)
Professional Workforce Communications & Trainer Development
Hazardous Materials Transportation,
International Air Transport Association (IATA)