Facility Manager, 09/2012
to Current Minnesota Air National Guard – Fort Snelling, United States,
Salary: 65,000.00 USD Per Year.
Hours per week: 50 Provide leadership, comprehensive planning of financial and day-to-day, long-term maintenance and repair programs of 133rd Airlift Wing comprised of 135 acres with 78 facilities totaling over 430,000 square feet of building space in order to ensure sustained reliability of real estate.
Establish and execute work involving the planning and directing of comprehensive programs for the operation, maintenance, repair, and improvement of Government facilities for the Wing/units Operation and Maintenance working with and supervising full times trades of Carpentry, HVAC, Heavy Equipment Operators, Electrical and Utilities.
Serve as budget analyst and primary representative to the Base Financial Working Group managing 1.8 Million in Facility Operations yearly.
Directs recurring service and preventative maintenance programs, repair and maintenance requirements through customer based work order requests, self-help, and building manager programs.
Establish and execute service contracts that include custodial, waste removal, and other services.
Provides instructions to craftsman and building managers through intermediate subordinates concerning automated facility monitoring systems such as: direct digital control (DDC), electrical monitoring systems (EMS), base wide fire alarms, security, and lighting systems.
Base Engineering Expeditionary Force Manager, 04/2007
to 09/2012 Minnesota Air National Guard – Fort Snelling, United States,
Salary: 55,000.00 USD Per Year.
Hours per week: 50 Manage and train 100 personnel to ensure a ready state of deployment for all trades including HVAC,Utilities, Carpentry, Heavy Equipment, Power Production and Electrical.
Reviews all operations, mobility, contingency and exercise plans to ensure combat readiness for the Civil Engineering Squadron.
Analyzes exercise and contingency plans to determine required civil engineer actions in support of mission requirements.
Postures teams as directed by MAJCOM.
Ensures the unit identifies, budgets, requisitions, and accounts for equipment and supplies.
Develops and administers management training programs to supervisory personnel.
Forecasts and submits deployment for training requirements to Air National Guard Readiness Center.
Develops construction for training projects forecasting and orchestrating manpower, supply and equipment needs both US and Overseas.
General Repair Worker, 07/2004
to 04/2007 Minnesota Air National Guard – Fort Snelling, United States,
Hours per week: 40 Grounds care of all lawn, landscape and trees on 135 acre campus, supervision of 5 summer student workers, upkeep of all gates and fences on property, snow removal within parking lots, streets and flight line.
Equipment utilized: Chainsaw's saws, back pack and hand held blowers, hedge trimmers, weed whips,edgers,trenchers,plate compactors, zero turn, front deck and wing mowers, skid steers with attachments, tool cats with attachments, farm tractor with back blade, backhoe, front end loader with attachments, single and tandem dump axle dump trucks, Oshkosh airport single and multi-engine snow removal equipment.
Assist HVAC with preventative maintenance including filters, belts, greasing, bearing changes, shaft repair, condenser cleaning and troubleshooting.
Assist Electrical trades with trenching, pulling wire, and conduit install.
Temporary Technician, 07/2003
to 07/2004 Minnesota Air National Guard – Fort Snelling, United States,
Hours per week: 40 Duties include working with carpenter shop on preventative maintenance of overhead doors, gates, fences, welding and fabrication utilizing ARC and wire feed welding.
Assist grounds with irrigation maintenance, lawn mowing and weed whipping, landscaping, fall clean up and winter snow removal.
Assist HVAC and Electrical trades with preventative maintenance as needed.
Inventory and purchase tools and parts for consolidated tool kits and maintain them in a ready state of deployment.
Traditional Guardsman, 02/1996
to Current Minnesota Air National Guard – Fort Snelling, United States,
Salary: 12,000.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 10 Traditional Guardsman Carpentry, Heavy Equipment, Operations Management Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Traditional Guardsman serving one weekend per month and two weeks per year.
February of 1996 Enlisted as 3E331, Structural, with duties including Manages, constructs, repairs, and modifies structural systems and wooden, masonry, metal, and concrete buildings.
Fabricates and repairs components of buildings, utility systems, and real property equipment.
April 2003 career change 3E231 Heavy Equipment Operator duties including Construct and maintain concrete and asphalt runways, aircraft parking aprons, and roads.
Operates and maintains heavy construction equipment, such as, loaders, graders, dozer's, backhoes, and dump trucks.
Operates tractor-trailer combinations, transporting construction equipment, and materials.
April 2007 to present 3E631 Operations Management duties including Establishes and manages the operation of the command and control centers and customer focal point.
Implements and manages the customer satisfaction program.
Responds to customer inquiries.
Prepares and manages work requirements during approval, processing, and completion stages.
Recommends method of accomplishment based on existing capabilities.
Develops, monitors, and manages work order priority program.
Monitors work costs to ensure compliance with legal limits or support agreements.
Operates computer and communications equipment to support work force management activities.
Manages preparation and maintenance of work force records and reports.
Performs quantitative study of management data to assess CE cost and reimbursement, work performance, progress, trends, standards, and policies.
Manages and ensures a continuous workflow.
Manages priorities and work plans, and monitors work status.
Manages recurring work program and provides non-technical automated assistance as needed.
Professional 10/2011Operations Management USAF Wichita Falls, TX United StatesTechnical or Occupational Certificate: 8 2007 NCO Academy - Fort Snelling,
Regional Equipment Operators Training School Fort Indiantown Gap, PA United States
Technical or Occupational Certificate: 4 2004 Airman Leadership School - Fort Snelling,
Awards And Decorations include: Air Force Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Air Force Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War On Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War On Terrorism Service Medal, Air Force Expeditionary Service Medal, and Minnesota State Active Duty Ribbon.
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Professional 10/2011Operations Management USAF Wichita Falls, TX United StatesTechnical or Occupational Certificate : 8 2007 Regional Equipment Operators Training School Fort Indiantown Gap, PA United States
Technical or Occupational Certificate : 4 2004 Bachelor's Degree : Communications Marketing , 4 2003 MS United States
Technical or Occupational Certificate : 1 1997
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