Lead Plant Mechanic focused on increasing organizational efficiency and building comfort levels by guaranteeing that facilities and equipment are kept in optimal running condition. Facilities Technician with broad familiarity in HVAC and electrical repair after 9 years from hands-on experience and extensive educational training.Previous work experience in lead/management positions have taught me to be proficient in delegating tasks, managing team issues and providing technical assistance.
Promoted to Lead Plant Mechanic after 16 months of employment. responsible for mechanical systems and maintained equipment as well as performing & scheduling larger repairs & equipment replacements for 450 thousand + square feet of campus buildings. Appointed by direct supervisor to serve as the main point of contact for project inquiries. Completed multiple technical seminars to continue to build knowledge, and to keep current and increase service and repair skills.
Worked with single and three-phase power distribution.Troubleshooting equipment problems using tools such as multi-meters and general hand-tools. Serviced equipment and systems in the hospital as well as outbuildings. Installed equipment and systems on schedule. Repaired advanced HVAC systems, including air handlers humidity control systems and duct work. Maintained systems involving hazardous chemicals, gases and liquids. Repaired and maintained sprinkler systems, domestic water systems and fire pumps. Performed facility tool and system PMs according to manufacturing and internal specifications. Analyzed and interpreted data from facilities equipment. Recommended new equipment and maintenance procedures to the facility manager. Changed lamps and ballasts and tested electrical circuitry. Continually evaluated and presented cost savings to direct supervisor. Familiarity with building automation systems such as Johnson Controls.
Repaired and maintained various instruments and electronic , mechanical & patient care equipment. Informed supervisor of potentially dangerous electrical equipment and faulty instrumentation. Worked with single and three-phase power distribution. Troubleshooting of equipment problems using tools such as multi-meters and general hand-tools. Serviced equipment and systems in owned facilities. Regularly updated the maintenance database using computer workstations.
Hired as general laborer for the roll-forming department in 1993. Promoted to Line Tech in 1997 and promoted to Line Tech Group Leader in 1998. Accepted job of Corporate Trainer in 2002 and promoted to Manufacturing Supervisor in 2006, at which time I was responsible for a work force of 38 people as well as the largest production line in the company. I performed the following duties. Actively suggested operational improvements to enhance quality, improve production times and reduce costs. Adjusted machine feed and speed if machine malfunctioned. Changed equipment over to new product. Helped achieve company goals by supporting production workers. Maintained proper stock levels on a line. Started machine operations by inserting control instructions into control units. Developed production tracking and quality control systems, analyzing production, quality control, maintenance and other operational reports to detect production problems. Drafted a timescale for all jobs. Ensured the most cost-effective production methods were implemented. Hired and managed staff, overseeing any personnel grievances. Inspected finished products for quality and adherence to customer specifications. Monitored and adjusted production processes or equipment for quality and productivity. Monitored the production processes and adjusted schedules. Planned and laid out work to meet production and schedule requirements. Adhered to all applicable regulations, policies and procedures for health, safety and environmental compliance. Calibrated or adjusted equipment to ensure quality production using tools such as calipers, micrometers. Worked with managers to implement and enforce the company's policies and goals. Responsible for setting minimum standards and providing technical guidance and support for design, installation, operation and maintenance of mechanical systems used in the process. Reviewed operations and conferred with technical or administrative staff to resolve production and processing problems. Reviewed the performance of subordinates. Set up and operated production equipment in accordance with current good manufacturing practices and standard operating procedures. Started up and shut down processing equipment.
608 Universal Certification HVAC
Coursework in Welding Fabrication
Industrial and Tool Manufacturing Technology and Process Technology
EPA 608 Universal
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