Executive with over 30 years of experience managing and leading diverse work forces, designing and implementing strategies, processes and programs that lead to successful delivery of effective and sustainable services.
Multi Department Management
Civil Service expertise
Bilingual in Spanish
Manager in Training- Temp Position Jan 2015 to Aug 2015 Kinder Morgan Terminals － Carteret, New Jersey
Learning all aspects of managing and operating Gasoline and Chemical terminal, with heavy emphasis on Safety SOP's.
Spearheaded Group preparing Communication strategy on EPA regulations limiting roof landings
Director of Public WorksAug 2012 to Aug 2014 City of Trenton － Trenton, NJ
Initiated recruiting, selection and managing of a diverse staff of over 400 employees
Crafted, prepared and managed $71 Million Operational Budget, $50 Million Capital Budget and maintained a fleet of 370 vehicle
Responsible for maintenance and upkeep of over 3 Million square feet of facilities inclusive of a health clinic and designated landmarks (i.e. Trent House, Ellarslie Museums and City hall)
Responsible for the maintenance and upgrading of TWW Water filtration plant which processes 29 Million Gallons of Delaware River Water daily
Supported and monitored the daily operations of the Trenton Water Works (TWW) Utility and the Trenton Sewer Utility who service 63,000 and 24,000 accounts respectively
Implemented program to maintain over 3,000 private and public abandon properties, 315 Acres of Parkland, 5 pools, 5 baseball fields and one of the largest tree canopies in the state
Implementing upgrade of security measures in Trenton Water Works facilities.
Implemented training programs geared to minimize employee injuries and comply with POSHA regulations.
Spearheaded negotiation team dealing with EPA/DEP to mitigate violations for water quality issues and established an MOU for the installation of a Floating Roof for the 100 Million-Gallon water reservoir, avoiding multiple fines and litigation.
Directed the planning and execution of Trenton's Half Marathon, African American Festival, Saint Patrick's Day, Ecuadorian and Guatemalan Parades, and other community oriented programs
Managed the daily operations of the Sanitation Division which collects 41,000 tons of household garbage yearly
Director of NeighborhoodNov 2006 to Sep 2011 Township of Irvington － Irvington, NJ
Crafted, Prepared and Managed $12 Million budget and managed a staff of 78.
Managed 1.5 MSF of Building Space along with 75,000 Sq of Parking facilities and 14 Acres of Parks and Recreation Space.
Managed the maintenance of 68 Miles of Paved Roads, 140 Miles of Sanitary and Storm lines, 800 Storm Basins, the Townships Urban tree canopy
Partnered with Concentra Urgent Care reducing employee compensation claims by 60% and increasing return to work time by 40%
Privatized Townships cleaning service for 1.5 MSF of building space, generating over $400,000 in savings.
Negotiated new contract for Janitorial supplies, generating 60% reduction in cost
Monitored and Supported Health Department's Lead poisoning inspection initiative, supported by a Federal Grant
Created, implemented and monitored marketing plan for NJ Transit sponsored shuttle bus service
Implemented an abandon property maintenance program for blighted properties and then generated a tax lien to recover operational costs.
Monitored and Supported Recycling program which stressed constituent education and buy-in.
Assistant-Director of Public WorksJul 2003 to Nov 2006 Township of Jackson － Jackson, NJ
Managed all daily operations the Department of public works
Managed $8 Million budget and a staff of 49 in two divisions.
Managed the maintenance of over 300 miles of paved roads, 100 miles of undeveloped roads, and 4,000 storm sewers along with 500,000 Sq.Ft of facility space
Initiated the mechanized collection of bulk and brush reducing collection time from 15 days per district to 3 days.
Managed maintenance and installation of storm drain systems using innovative digging techniques that reduced repair cost by over 75%
Managed the maintenance and upgrades of all Municipal complexes along with township parks and recreation fields.
Supported employee safety programs that generated 40% reduction in employee compensation claims
Master of Business AdministrationRider University － Lawrence, NJ
Bachelor of Science (BS), AccountingNew Jersey City University － Jersey City, NJAccounting
Associate, Business AdministrationBusiness Administration
AASHudson County Community College Rutgers University Rutgers, University － Jersey City North Brunswick, NJ