I have been a hardworking, successful leader in a solid electric cooperative for over 13 years. Prior to Sangre de Cristo Electric Association Inc., I supervised over 20 employees for a demanding regional utility company. I have 17 years of basketball coaching experience, 10 as a high school head coach and 7 as an assistant coach. I have had the pleasure of learning from some extremely gifted, talented, and successful people throughout my career. I would embrace the challenges and opportunities of being in the AMI Services Manager position, and would use my skills and leadership talents to ensure the continued success for the Longmont Power and Communications. I am a highly effective, hard working, dependable utility professional emphasizing leadership, innovation, and creativity in solving complex problems. I am energetic and results-focused with success in developing and leading diverse teams to achieve outstanding results.
As the leader of the metering department, my duties include billing, net and key accounts, metering, substation communications, and AMI. I recently managed our $4 million AMI installation project. I provide outstanding consumer relations and have an impeccable safety record for my department, while accomplishing a very high rate of work production. Within the meter department I led the implementation and utilization of the mobile workforce on a daily basis to better manage our workload. I also led our company's rate class cleanup, major rate restructuring and our NET metering and renewables programs. Responsibilities also include project management, key accounts management, rate analysis, and energy audit management.
For the radio station, I do play by play and color commentating for high school football, basketball, and baseball. Also, I have done some stints on TV at the division II college level.
All duties involved in leading a successful high school basketball program, including communicating with parents, players, administration, turning around the programs budget, managing support staff, and organizing summer tournaments and camps.
During my tenure for Paradigm, I was ranked in the top three utility locators every year for productivity with the lowest missed locate rate. After being promoted to Head Supervisor, I was assigned an area that consistently ranked at the bottom for productivity. Within a year, I led my area in becoming number one in productivity, coming in consistently under budget, and directly supervising 13 employees while indirectly supervising 21 additional employees. During this time, I successfully worked with many utility companies and area managers of the industry, including 6 electric cooperatives.
In addition to graduating with 3.4 GPA, I hold minors in Social Studies, Coaching, and have an emphasis in Political Science, and Psychology, all while playing a varsity sport.
I graduated with honors, was a member of the Student Council, National Honors Society, FBLA, and was a three-sport athlete, achieving team MVP, All Conference, All State, and All American honors.
Passing of the Rocky Mountain Meter School Meterman Exam
Completion of the Merchant Journeyman Meterman Program
Substation Communications Training
Voltage Regulator Training
NISC MDMS Training
Co-op University Supervisor Course Completion
Co-op University Supervisory, Leadership and Manager Development Training
Public Information Officer Communications Training
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