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site construction process owner resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

Results-oriented Construction Manager/Project Manager with more than five years of experience in manufacturing industry. Demonstrated ability to manage and site facilities projects on time and within budget. Extensive knowledge of construction safety, financial operations and employee relations.

Skills
  • Employee development
  • Policy/program development
  • Cost analysis and savings
  • Schedule management
  • Proficient in SAP
  • Cross-functional team management
  • Supervision and training
  • Organizational skills
  • Sound judgment
  • Decision-making
  • Performance improvements
  • Collaboration
  • OSHA 30
  • Procter and Gamble Advanced Project Management Certified
  • Procter and Gamble Intermediate Construction Management Certified
Experience
Site Construction Process Owner, 11/2020 to Current
Marco TechnologiesMiddletown, PA,
  • Develop and maintain the site’s construction capability to match the workload requirements.
  • · Manage the construction contracting strategy process for the site, which includes pre-qualifying contractors and maintaining the appropriate labor posture
  • · Manage site construction to comply with Capital Management SOPs, which includes Internal Controls procedures and the reporting of safety results
  • · Serve as process owner for site construction, represent needs, define accepted results, deliver the constructed product per the drawings & specifications, interpret contract documents, assure the construction organization has necessary resources, and ensure consistent use of site practices as defined by the Job Procedure Manual or other similar document
  • · Be a key member of the site construction team, and establish an effective relationship with the contractor’s Project Manager;
  • · Develop and maintain effective communications between the construction and engineering organizations, including establishing effective constructability and construction completion processes
  • · Manage the interface between the construction organization and the plant; establish & maintain a Plant Construction Agreement and serve as the contractor’s contact within the plant organization;
  • · Develop and maintain a good working relationship between the construction organization and the Startup Team;
  • · Maintain effective customer/supplier relationships with the Site Capital Systems Manager, Site Project Managers, the GBU (or Area GBU) Construction Manager and the Plant Technical Systems Manager/ Plant Engineer;
  • · Serve as the interface point for work with various outside agencies, such as railroads, highway departments, utilities, building departments, and community organizations;
  • · Assure that the construction is being managed in the most cost-effective manner and the actual costs of the construction are being accurately reported and predicted;
  • · Participate in schedule planning; assure adequate coordination with engineering, procurement, and startup functions;
  • · Audit the contractor’s use of good safety practices; provide a safe workplace for employees at the site; protect assets;
  • · Assure that Purchasing is appropriately involved in contractor’s buying procedures; assure the contractor is using the agreed buying procedures (including insurance & bonding requirements); monitor purchases to assure they are required and ensuring best value is obtained;
  • · Enforce policies on scheduled overtime; support union bargaining agreements; assure that the contractor is taking full advantage of its management rights and plan for potential disruptions because of contract expirations;
  • · Serve as principle leader internal and external safety and quality audits:
  • · Represent the site in the Construction Community of Practice and participate in GBU network construction activities.
  • · Provide mentoring, coaching and direction to site construction practitioners
  • · Report construction measures to the database such as safety, construction savings and other regional measures specified by the GBU Construction Manager
Project Manager, 01/2016 to 11/2020
SmuckersOrrville, OH,
  • Funded and managed multiple facilities related projects including roof replacements, cooling tower installations, building additions, and boilers.
  • Forecasted, scheduled and monitored project timelines, personnel performance and cost efficiency.
  • Completed full-scale project plans, including overseeing engineering activities and design processes.
  • Assessed project risks and devised mitigation actions encompassing close attention to contracts and service level agreements by subcontractors and vendors, external dependencies and potential roadblocks.
  • Built strong community relations with subcontractors and vendors to optimize cost savings and complete timely preconstruction.
  • Presided over subcontractor kickoff meetings to review project requirements, schedules and compliance.
  • Led subcontractor meetings to convey project requirements, scope, milestones and regulatory compliance.
  • Brought projects in on-time and in accordance with budget and quality standards.
  • Made changes to project scope and cost and implemented most effective change management processes to keep project up-to-date.
  • Provided leadership, insight and mentoring to newly hired employees to supply knowledge of various company programs.
  • Led team of 15 direct reports.
Department Start up Leader, 01/2013 to 01/2016
Procter And GambleCity, STATE,
  • Lead vendor acceptance tests on purchased OEM equipment before shipment to manufacturing facility.
  • Developed and lead IQ/OQ documents.
  • Developed and lead production qualifications for purchased OEM equipment.
  • Developed and executed training documents for operation and preventative maintenance on purchased OEM equipment.
  • Tracked and reported quality and reliability results for manufacturing processes.
  • Lead team in 5 why investigations to find root cause.
Plant Technician, 02/1999 to 01/2013
Procter And GambleCity, STATE,
  • Operated and maintained packaging equipment.
  • Responsible for technical trouble shooting and root cause analysis.
  • Worked successfully in a team setting.
  • Ordered parts for and resource planned for major equipment rebuilds.
  • Qualified welder at manufacturing site.
  • Lead multiple small projects within budget.
  • Trained new employees.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1996
Ada High School - Ohio,
GPA:
: Accounting And Business Management, Expected in
UNOH - Ohio,
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Ada High School
  • UNOH

Job Titles Held:

  • Site Construction Process Owner
  • Project Manager
  • Department Start up Leader
  • Plant Technician

Degrees

  • High School Diploma
  • Some College (No Degree)

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