WATER TREATMENT PLANT MANAGER & LANDFILL OPERATIONS MANAGER
Capable of utilizing Microsoft Office Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, SharePoint An enthusiastic, dedicated, self-disciplined and self-reliant person capable of being decisive with the best available scientific evidence and judgment. An ability to clearly articulate (both verbally and written) in a professional manner to fellow employees as well as multi-disciplinary group of internal and external technical experts. Capable of multi-tasking on a wide range of activities in an ever-changing setting. Role model and enable development of competencies in others needed to implement company strategies Establish and support a safety culture in which all accidents are preventable Other Demonstrated high level of expertise and experience in a broad range of functions and above average performance at previous level. Can work in a self-directed environment and direct others. Utilizes project management skills to accomplish larger tasks. Experience in the engineering, design, modification and start-up of process control computer system is required. Experience in management of maintenance operations in a heavy industrial environment. Ability to evaluate and resolve problems, correctly focus the resources and make efficient decisions through the application of job know-how. Strong leadership, negotiation, interpersonal, and communications skills.
Microsoft Office, including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Bidding equipment , and work . Work with vendors and contractors for price reduction.
Minimizes operational costs while maximizing productivity and maintaining safety and environmental compliance.
Continually works to reduce turnaround time for trucks in and out of site.
Accurately tracks waste volume and weight.
Acts as a liaison, where necessary, for community relationships.
Actively monitors ongoing permitting issues.
Complies with and ensures adherence to Waste Management's Mission to Zero standards and regulations to encourage safe and efficient operations.
Meets all financial review dates and corporate directed programs in a timely fashion.
Oversees personnel needs of the department including selecting, coaching, and training employees and evaluating employee performance.
Provides input into termination, compensation, and promotion decisions.
Assists in the budget process as required.
Ensures the cleanliness and maintenance of the physical property of the landfill through inspections and preventive maintenance programs with supervisors/employees.
Conducts and/or attends and contributes to periodic safety meetings to maintain favorable working relationships among employees and promote maximum morale, productivity, and efficiency.
Provides training and presentations as needed in a positive and professional manner.
Updates and submits required reports in a timely manner.
Water Treatment Plant Responsibilities: Implement initiatives targeting landfill leachate management and treatment developed by the Engineering Science and Wastewater Treatment (ES&WWT) Program corporate-wide based on companywide strategic goals and objectives.
Reports to the Sr.
Director of ES&WWT program.
Responsible for help to establish, developing and implementing the policies, procedures and systems relating to the corporation's handling, disposal, and treatment landfill liquids as a result of operations of all our facilities.
Obtains advanced information on new developments in regulatory changes in environmental requirements, communicates this data into the organization's strategic and tactical business planning, and develops technical approaches for dealing with specific projects throughout the organization.
Works with the Dir ES&WWT on technology research and development with a multi-disciplinary group of internal and external technical experts.
Communicates with Corporate and Area Management regarding the policies and procedures, special projects, best management practices for ensuring that environmental standards are met.
Plans, directs, and coordinates activities of internal and external staff involved in directing research, procedures, best management practices, equipment, and techniques to provide environmental solutions to the corporation's management, treatment, and disposal of landfill liquids.
More specifically: Assist with establishing policy, procedures, training and guidance on engineering and environmental compliance (in compliance with the environmental protection department) for the corporation and is responsible for implementing programs to the field in connection landfill liquids handling, treatment and disposal.
More specifically: Treatment of contaminant laden semi-liquid, liquid, and gaseous waste from our facilities using biological, chemical and separation technologies such as centrifuges, presses, filters, and flotation devices related to leachate and landfill gas.
Provides leadership and technical support in permitting, design and construction of leachate treatment facilities, as well as due diligence during acquisition for waste management assets.
Uses process engineering tools such as flow and mass balances to trouble shoot and develop action plans to improve performance of leachate treatment facilities to ensure compliance with discharge permits.
Directs development initiatives leachate and groundwater treatment technology to improve operational efficiency and enhance environmentally sound solutions.
Serves as technical resource and interacts daily with program management to Corporate and Field Personnel in the following disciplines: Engineering Science, Wastewater Treatment Technology using Biological and Chemical Treatment and New Environmental Technologies, and Environmental Compliance.
Balances the financial goals of the enterprise with the external regulations and applied environmental solutions.
Directs the development of internal policies, procedures and practices dealing with environmental management based on the best available scientific evidence and judgment.
Conducts independent research on the organization's environmental problems to establish a basis for program changes and improvement in liquids management and treatment.
Keeps abreast of pending regulatory development through reference sources.
Obtains insights on legislative agendas at both the Federal and State levels (focus is on the state level).
Confers with local and state regulatory agencies to address and help resolve national/local environmental quality standards, industrial practices, and new developments in wastewater treatment.
Direct supervision of outside consultants and research scientists that are engaged in addressing new technologies, solutions to existing environmental challenges or new services offerings.
Specific experience in the area of environmental engineering and environmental solutions specializing in the handling, treatment, and disposal of landfill liquids the resulting from operation of all our facilities.
Wastewater treatment process modeling of biological and physical/chemical unit operations and/or systems using flow and mass balance calculations.
01/2011 - 01/2012
RG SteelMaintenance Manager
Controls the daily maintenance for the Department by coordinating the activities of individual shift supervisors overseeing skilled employees on an assigned shift to perform maintenance functions within established timing, quality and cost standards.
Reinforces preventive and predictive maintenance programs necessary to minimize delays in material flow.
Determines repair requirements necessary for scheduled repairs or break-in situations Directs all personnel actions for both salaried and hourly subordinates including safety, training, disciplinary action, grievances and performance appraisals and coaching.
Responsible for requesting and completing capital and expense projects needed to improve safety, quality or productivity by working with Engineering, Accounting and the Department Manager.
Guides supervisors on union contract interpretation, compliance with company policies and adherence to safety, quality and environmental standards.
Monitors established performance indicators including: variance reports, production reports, quality reports and injury reports.
01/2005 - 01/2011
AK SteelMaintenance Planner
Assume the lead role in planning, execution of downturns, outages and coordination of jobs and tasks.
Conduct meetings with contractors and management to review and evaluate scope of jobs, safety, pre-bids, bid reviews and interviews.
Provide concise evaluation of present equipment and recommends opportunities for improvement through design changes with the proper justification.
Evaluate work requests ensuring sufficient detail, drawing accuracy, detailed specifications and proper routing.
Investigate and solve safety, quality, and production and cost variance problems and to provide root cause analyses and issue corrective action.
01/2000 - 01/2011
AK SteelHot Mill Mechanical Apprentice
Performed maintenance and PM tasks such as, but not limited to: electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and mechanical troubleshooting and repair of equipment, layout, fabrication, print reading, burning and cutting, welding and rigging of equipment.
Operated mobile equipment such as aerial lifts, industrial trucks, and mobile and overhead cranes.
Department of Environmental ProtectionPACertificate: Wastewater Operator
Accounting, balance, budget, business planning, coaching, concise, design and construction, directing, due diligence, training employees, Environmental Compliance, environmental engineering, environmental management, environmental protection, fashion, financial, focus, drawing, interpretation, layout, leadership, Director, mechanical, meetings, Excel, Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Word, Works, Monitors, enterprise, performance appraisals, permitting, Personnel, PLC, policies, presentations, process engineering, process modeling, program management, promotion, quality, reading, repairs, research, routing, safety, scientific, SOP, sound, spreadsheet, strategic, supervision, technology research, technical support, troubleshooting, Wastewater Treatment, Water Treatment, welding