A career that will challenge me and can better my life. To grow and expand with the City of Beavercreek. Make it a better place to live and work. Put myself into a position where I can really make a change. Give my wife and kids a better life. I feel as if this job was made for me. I will further my education in becoming a certified municipal arborist and eventually becoming a board certified arborist. My planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating abilities are impeccable. My people skills are great and I am very easy to get along with. As I grow older I feel my ideas and hard work could take me farther in life if someone just gives me a chance. Project management is one of my best abilities and getting the job done right and in a timely manner. I have worked on finances, project expenditures and revenues. I am a very hard working well-spoken young man that will jump at any opportunity to make a change for the better and do the best job possible. I would like to work for the City of Beavercreek for a long time and make it a better place.
Public policy background
Exceptional organizational skills
Local government background
Creative problem solver
In charge of installation of largest landscape project in Springfield. Reduced fuel cost in half in forestry division. Lead the change to the abandon lot program and made it a huge success. That lead to more projects getting implemented by in house employees and added 4 jobs to the street division. Redesign the downtown courtyard and esplanade areas. Design and installation. Doubled forestry's budget in the last 4 years. Tripled the amount of work and production of Forestry department. Built great relationships with local ODOT and township supervisors to use each others services. Implemented the Ash removal plan and logging out our local golf coarse.
Forestry SupervisorFeb 2012 to Current Springfield, Ohio
Managing a $950,000 budget.
Assist in preparation of budget.
Monitor and assess expenditures and operating funds
Managing 6 full time employees and 5 seasonal positions for most of the year.
Coordinating and implementing the Ash tree removal plan and we have removed over 700 Ash trees and another 200 dead and dangerous trees in the last three years.
Coordinate time off, overtime, and having enough employees on a daily basis for regular operations
Assigning work for tree removals, trimming, landscaping, flowerbed prep and maintenance, watering over 68 volunteer flower beds, tree planting, mowing grass and larger flail mowing areas
Mowing over 300 abandon lots and organizing a mapping system to be more productive
all landscape maintenance on all city properties.
forestry department is responsible for all litter control inside the city
city has taken many properties that forestry has maintained the buildings and
Administer safety classes for pesticide applications and aerial bucket truck training
Order tools, clothing, PPE, supplies and equipment.
On call 24/7 for emergency tree/snow work
Manage Snow emergency plans and emergency storm damaged trees
Coordinate and order all of the new trees to be planted in the spring and fall
Work very closely with citizens on Ash tree removal and replacement
Work very closely with all other departments in the City.
Coordinating work and cooperating to get the most work done in the Service Center that we can.
Managing snow removal operations.
and filling in for street supervisor on roadway maintenance, filling potholes,
repaves and overlays
Forestry Crew WorkerJan 2008 to Jan 2012 Springfield, Ohio