Reputation for positive attitude, determined work ethic and sound judgment. Adaptable to anticipate issues and proactively solve problems. Team leader offering 35 years of success in all indevoured environments. Strategic thinker with Wastewater proficiency. Offers proven ability to build effective teams for projects. Committed to identifying and leveraging opportunities for growth. Detail-oriented Environmental Service Aide with extensive understanding of plant process. Self-sufficient and enthusiastic individual working quickly and effectively with little to no supervision. Used proper safety techniques and maintain operation per O&M. Enthusiastic individual with superior skills in working in both team-based and independent capacities. Bringing strong work ethic and excellent organizational skills to any setting. Excited to begin new challenge with successful team. Eager to learn new skills and advance knowledge with hands-on experience.
The past 8 years I worked as a Regional Wastewater Superintendent for the Metro and Leeward region. Along with 5 years experience as a Wastewater Process Superintendent and 15 years as a Wastewater Treatment Plant Supervisor for 4 different Facilities. Ahuimanu WWTP (grade 3) secondary treatment, Kaneohe WWTP (grade 4) secondary treatment, Kailua WWT(grade 4) secondary treatment, and Sand Island WWTP (grade 4) Primary enhanced treatment
Duties summary as a Regional Wastewater Superintendent
As Wastewater Region Superintendent, responsible for administration, operation and maintenance of the metro and Leeward Operations Branch (Honouliuli Wastewater Treatment Plant and Leeward District Wastewater Plants).
Analyze facilities operations and institute or recommend changes as required for more efficient operations and to ensure compliance with all Federal, State and City Department/Division requirements/directives/regulations. Maintain effective communications and working relationships with subordinates, fellow employees, managerial personnel, government and union officials, consulting engineers, contractors, and the general public.
Coordinate, prepare, review and approve operations reports and budget request for current expense and CIP equipment. Recommend specifications for equipment, chemicals, and material purchases. Responsible for the requisition of equipment, supplies, and chemicals required for facilities operations.
Organize, direct and be responsible for development and preparations of all necessary plans, studies, reports, and procedures to effectuate efficient treatment and pumping plant operations and maintenance programs for the Leeward Operations Branch, and report recommendations/findings to the Assistant Division and Division Chiefs for review and approval.
Maintain and analyze data/records on operations and maintenance functions. Initiate modifications or changes to treatment processes or installed equipment, in consultation and coordination with the plant, process and/or environmental quality engineers. Review, evaluate and recommend process metering, recording instrument readings, and laboratory test results to optimize and adjust pumping systems and treatment processes to cost effectively meet quality control and process design requirements. Review recommendations and implement corrective actions through delegation of assignments to subordinations and/or coordination's with support activities. Oversee preparation and ensure satisfactory completion of necessary work orders and preventive maintenance tasks.
Inspect the plant and pumping stations regularly, including checks of facility processing units and personnel to assure the efficiency of operations and compliance with EPA/DOH permit requirements and City directives/policies. Inspect facilities and processing units to determine that the safety, efficiency, and cleanliness of operating areas meet operation and maintenance requirements/standards
Review and recommend approval of engineering design reports, facility plans, environmental impact statements, contract documents, design plans, and specifications for improvement and new construction of wastewater facilities. Participate as a member of CMO (Constructability, Maintainability, and Operability) teams formed to provide guidance, review and critique throughout the planning, design, and construction of major projects involving wastewater treatment/pumping plants, collection systems or other related facilities. Meet periodically with other appointed team members at the call of the Project Manager. Based on technical expertise and experience, assist in ensuring that all requirements are being met for compliance with established regulations and design standards.
Organize, assign, direct, and monitor remedial actions during emergencies. Participate in staff meetings. Participate in the Division's safety program and be responsible for the administration of the safety program for the Leeward Operations Branch.
Organize, direct, and oversee the activities of assigned personnel, including work schedules and training programs.
Keep abreast of latest technology and developments in wastewater treatment methods and equipment. Attend and participate in field trips, seminars, and training programs.
Created all construction schedules and detailed equipment and labor requirements in project instructions.
Duties summary as a Wastewater Process Superintendent
Analyze and evaluate process metering and recording instrument readings and laboratory test results related to processing units. Analyze and evaluate process metering and recording instrument readings and laboratory test results related to processing units.
Maintain records of process functions and prepare applicable reports. Direct the adjustments of various treatment processes to meet quality control and process design requirements.
Inspect processing units to determine cleanliness of operations areas and conformity with operation and maintenance requirements. Prepare work schedules for personnel involved in processing activities.
Determine remedial actions for emergencies.
Develop and participate in training programs within the scope of the processing operations.
Investigate equipment and process malfunctions and prepare necessary work orders.
Determine need for and schedule process equipment operating requirements. Requisition equipment, replacement parts, supplies, and chemicals required for process requirements. Participate in the budget process.
Participate in an on-going safety program.
Services aircraft. Performs end-of-runway, ground handling postflight, preflight, thru-flight, special inspections and phase inspections. Performs sortie generation operations and hot pit refuels. Advises on problems maintaining, servicing, and inspecting aircraft and related aerospace equipment. Uses conventional or automated technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems. Interprets and advises on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft and related equipment.
Working safety using proper PPE and tools to perform maintenance. Had a secret security clearance while working in high security araes.ves and installs aircraft and engine components. Conducts functional tests of repaired engines, components, and systems. Adjusts, aligns, and rigs aircraft systems. Supervises and performs aircraft jacking, lifting, and towing operations.
Inspects aircraft structures, engines, systems, components, and related systems. Supervises and performs aircraft, engine and component inspections. Interprets inspection findings and determines adequacy of corrective actions. Inspects and checks components for clearances, tolerances, proper installation, and operation. Inspects and operates powered and nonpowered aerospace ground equipment. Inspects and identifies aircraft corrosion for prevention and repair. Reviews maintenance forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems, and historical reports to ensure complete documentation. Inventories and maintains aircraft equipment.
Working safety using proper PPE and tools to perform maintenance. Had a secret security clearance while working in high security area's.
The Wastewater Operator Certification board administers Wastewater Treatment Plant Certification examinations, certifies examination of wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) operators for competency to operate WWTPs. (grades I to V), and certification of continuing education renewals. In addition to classifying Wastewater Treatment Plants. The Board provides temporary and permeant certificates for operators, revised regulations, applications forms, and fees required to maintain the certification program. Provide board meetings and hearing for public and operators.
I represented Hawaii Water Environmental Association professional Wastewater operators (PWO) for over three years. I organized the wastewater operators challenge held at the State and national level. Along with other committee function as the PWO representative for the State of Hawaii during my tenor. From February 2012 to March 2015.
For the past 6 years I have been serving as an assistant coach for boy's high school basketball in the ILH for Christian Academy school. Which I enjoy working with other coaches, school faculty, students, and parents.
I received my Wastewater grade 4 certification in 1992. And have over a 100 continual education credits over the past 33 years in Wastewater field.
1082 Makepono St
Honolulu, Hi 96819
Office: (808) 841-0033
Cell: (808) 780-4000
Pastor Daniel Kaneshiro
First Assembly of God
3400 Moanalua Road
Honolulu, Hi 96819
Office: (808) 836-2300
Cell: (808) 372-3451
2519 Namanuu Drive
Honolulu, Hawaii 96817
Home: (808) 595-2455
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