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Oversee two inmate crews with two guards. Organize and schedule work crew jobs. Collaborate with district supervisors and coordinators to schedule work related activities in their districts. Work closely with supervisor and regional managers to provide correct postings for homeless camps. Coordinate with Oregon State Police, local enforcement and social services agencies to develop safe and appropriate plan to dismantle homeless camps on ODOT right of way. Respond to emails and phone calls in regards to complaints of vagrancy and destruction of ODOT property. Safe handling of hazardous waste and removal. Review inmate billing process, work closely with management on CAO's. Purchasing of supplies and PPE for crews. Develop and instill safe worksite setup for crews. Present JHA (job hazard assessment) and traffic control plan for each daily project. Work closely with highway maintenance crew as a additional staffing when needed. operated heavy and medium equipment, performed daily inspections of vehicles, conducted tail gate safety meeting, kept in close communication with workers and dispatch via radio during normal work procedures and winter storm events. Work with crews for smooth completion of projects; operate a variety of hand power equipment; operated 10 yd. plow/sander, anti-icing unit, self propelled broom /sweeper. operate fork lift; operate 5 and 10 yard dump trucks; ordered supplies from vendors using computer data bases and e- mail ; routinely responded to after hours call out's for road hazards and road closures for Oregon State Police and other agencies as requested; on multiple occasions worked with other government agencies in time of crisis, set up traffic control for construction and emergency zones, mediated and resolved conflict with hostile citizens. Currently hold a FEMA ICS/NIMS IS-100/700/IS-00317/IS-00100.b/IS.00200.B/IS-00005.a/IS-00800.b/IS-00907/IS-00244.b/IS-00008.a/IS-00317 certs, Hazmat certified, Marion County flagger certification, ODOT flagger certification, numerous OSHA certifications, ODOT first responder, ODOT TIMS class, ODOT Hazmat course, ODOT 2018 Maintenance Academy, First Aide and CPR certified
As a crew-leader I oversee Environmental Services transfer stations in Marion County. This includes customer service, offering guidance to public in disposal of their loads;educating public on governmental and department regulations as it pertains to services being offered; cash handling; operation of equipment including but not limited to D8 CAT, excavator, front end loader, dump truck, scales. I am also responsible for processing of time cards in supervisor's absence, scheduling, keeping supervisor informed of site issues and project status,work in collaboration with manager and supervisors to review and analyze budgets, communicate effectively and respectfully with both co-workers, supervisors and public to fullfill department directives, goals and community needs, problem solve situation with both employees and public, promote team morals and provide role model, offers individual attention to co-workers to make sure that they have the tools available for the job, focus on jobsite safety, created safety newsletter for co-workers as well as tailgate safety meetings, research potential future projects, keep apprised of how other county and city entities address needs and evaluate outcomes, order supplies and provide accurate inventory, work in partnership with accounting department to ensure that daily sales are accurate and accounts are balanced, work closely with mechanic's for equipment repairs, gathers data to share with project coordinators to evaluate for proposed project for efficiency and effectiveness, operate a variety of equipment when employees call in, reconfigure staff when absences occur, on call for supervisor in their absence. assesses safety of project and crew and makes corrective actions as needed, work closely with engineers and environmental specialist to ensure systems and site are running efficiently and effectively. coordinate and review of project; represent the county in a positive presence at community forums.
Respond to fire and E.M.S calls through the rural area of Lyons; collaborate with other agencies during emergency events, provide information and support to citizens; work collaboratively with chief, budget committee, board of directors and community partners to plan and oversee community projects and events; attend weekly trainings; attend classes to further my knowledge on firefighting and E.M.S situations, set up traffic control in emergency and other situations. Worked in 911 dispatch center on multi agency emergency calls and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness; Worked with recruits and other first responders to evaluate radio communications and response types. Help research and analyze procedures and suggest potential alterations.
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