Skilled professional wanting to become a member of a local organization that provides the opportunity for me to contribute my skills in an effort to help them be successful with their goals set forth by their leadership.
Management, Microsoft Office, Supervision, Training & Development, Fleet
Maintenance, and Commercial Truck driving
I operated and maintained a truck and 48'/53' split axle trailer for Melton Truck Lines for 6 months.
Responsible for safely securing, tapping and transporting material across the L48 and Canada with a max weight rating of 80,000 lb.
I achieved 48,000 over the road miles with no tickets, no accidents, and no violations.
ConocoPhillipsHouston, TXTraining Supervisor
As the Lower 48 Training Supervisor I set high performance standards for 6 direct reports across four Business Units.
I ensured accomplishment of training objectives.
These objectives included maintaining training compliance within OSHA regulations and company Health and Safety procedures.
I coached and trained my direct reports in the Kirkpatrick methodology as well as using the ADDIE model when determining training needs.
Supplied Bi- weekly status reports per Business unit for rate of compliance to supply local management.
My team utilized course rationalization to reduce the amount of non-essential training in the LMS catalog from approximately 30,000 courses (HSE and Technical) to 800.
I worked collaboratively with staff, peers, and management to achieve HSE compliance for our field employees.
Communicated continuously and resolved conflicts proactively.
Inspired my staff to deliver learning and development solutions that supported the business and department goals.
Set and aligned performance goals and expectations; provided on-going performance feedback; tracked and managed performance of direct reports throughout the year.
As a Consultant it was my responsibility to perform scheduling, evaluating, and facilitate training.
Assisted with providing advice and guidance to the business unit leadership concerning training and career development needs for the employees.
Maintained Learning Management database daily; document training activities/accomplishments current training status, and distributing information about upcoming training opportunities as necessary.
Managed the appropriate instructors to provide on-the-job and in classroom training, and coordinating with contractors who conduct training.
Administered testing as necessary.
Worked with onboarding leadership to assign appropriate new hire training.
CSI CompresscoOklahoma City, OKInternational Service Specialist
Over the course of 3 years I conducted and trained routine preventative maintenance and optimization on natural gas compression equipment.
These units were 230 Gas jack skid mounted.
Our company patented a split 460 ford engine block with 4 drive cylinders and 4 compression cylinders.
This gave a small movable footprint in the field with easy rig up and rig down maneuvers.
I traveled within the United States in the span of 6 months and accomplished 100% training compliance of all employees on our initial Level 1 training program.
I then began to travel to assist our international team to train our level 1 program to our partner companies in Indonesia and Australia.
Spending 2-3 weeks OCONUS at a time.
This eventually led to a half dozen test Units placed in Chengdu China.
I spent 4weeks in China successfully setting and initializing units at three compression stations.
I resigned from this position as the international travel was taking a toll on my family.
KBRHouston, TXMaintenance Contractor Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Duties: I began this 4 year contract with KBR in support of the OIF/OEF campaign in Iraq assigned in Kuwait as a Heavy Equipment mechanic.
As US expats we were accountable for the daily maintenance of Heavy equipment ranging from civilian Tractor-Trailers, Fuel tankers, Material Handling Equipment, forklifts, buses, construction front end loaders, and Military vehicles which included the HET, HEMMT Wrecker, and 5 Ton Cargo.
To maintain a 90% equipment availability I routinely performed preventative maintenance.
Troubleshoot and detect faulty items.
These items would then be replaced.
I would determine mechanical malfunctions which in turn caused the equipment to not operate.
Once identified components would either be replaced or rebuilt and reinstalled.
Additional responsibility was for us as Expats to work alongside of foreign nationals and teach them to do similar tasks.
This meant we had to overcome the language barrier because they were either from India, Pakistan, and Iraq.
Continuing to show leadership and maintaining a safe work environment I was promoted to Shop foreman.
As shop foreman and became responsible for the operation of our nightly maintenance log to include processing work orders into the Maintenance management program.
I routinely inspected work when completed and ensured work orders were correctly filled out with job description, parts used, hrs spent.
I would provide rollover information to oncoming foreman for the dayshift.
Very rarely was there any equipment rollover.
After continuously showing my increased knowledge and leadership abilities I was promoted to Maintenance Supervisor.
My duties included a majority of the same as the foreman, but less hands on, additionally I became responsible for reports due to the Maintenance manager of current vehicle maintenance log, % of availability, (downtime reporting) parts status, vendor relations, and Safety.
I would conduct pre-shift safety meetings, go over nightly work schedule.
This was done with the help of an interpreter.
Prepare and adhere to government audits by the DOD.
Supplying maintenance records and tracking information to show how and why our budget was spent.
Successfully maintaining a safe a productive work environment I was then promoted to the position of Maintenance Manager.
My duties as Maintenance manager now include weekly meeting with the Deputy project and Project Manager, my area of responsibility now included day operations and expanded into bases in Iraq.
As Manager I now maintained our maintenance budget along with staffing responsibilities.
Made routine visits into warzone of Iraq to Camp Liberty in Baghdad and two trips to Camp Bucca in Basra.
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