Business Management, Operations Management, Administration, Strategic Planning, Resource Allocation, Project Management, Finance/Accounting, Human Resource Management, Training and Development, Supervision, Workflow Planning/Coordination, Labor Relations, Cost Analysis/Estimating, Budget Administration, International Business, Process Improvements, Customer Service, Quality Assurance, Risk Management, Safety, Regulatory Compliance, Materials Ordering, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Production, Manufacturing, Fabrication, Construction
Jan. 6, 2003 to Present
VT Griffin/US Army
Bldg. 200-Ft McCoy, WI
$36, 900 Per Year
40 hours per week.
Proficiently manage comprehensive repair as well as scheduled maintenance and inspections of combat/tactical vehicles and equipment in support of US Army missions. Contribute strong leadership qualities as Acting Lead in charge of 29 Allied Trades personnel. Analyze and define staffing requirements, conduct interviews and hire and train personnel. Strategically plan, coordinate and schedule work to optimize use of resources and ensure achievement of critical objectives. Conduct ongoing monitoring of work to ensure efficiency and budgetary compliance. Prepare/maintain high volume of forms, documents, records, and corrective action reports. Ensure compliance with AR 750-1 and use DA PAM 750-8 instructions for supply system management. Actively participate in production, section, ISO, safety, and training meetings. Apply solutions-focused approach toward troubleshooting and resolving problems. Diplomatically respond to complaints, settle disputes/grievances/conflicts and steer negotiations to achieve timely resolution. Promote a collaborative teamwork environment conducive to optimizing performance.
Efficiently perform estimated cost of repair (ECOR) and estimated cost of damage (ECOD).
Effectively research repair parts in technical manuals and document national stock numbers/part numbers; source and order parts. Facilitate welding/fabrication of obsolete parts or items.
Apply technical expertise toward broad scope duties ranging from glass, radiator, canvas, and body repair to machining, welding/fabricating, blasting, and painting. Safely operate diverse varied trucks, tractors, forklifts, and equipment.
Collaborated in building design/development projects for FOBs through active leadership of 8 employees and as many as 20 OPW personnel in fabricating over 100 containers into multi-level buildings for Iraqi villages per blueprints. Efficiently planned and ordered materials and scheduled building/assembly work. Maintained detailed records and provided senior personnel with progress reports/updates; routinely participated in project meetings.
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July 2001 to Jan. 2003
Department of Defense (DoD) - DSS C IMMA
Bldg. 200-Ft. McCoy, WI
Mobile Equipment Metal Mechanic
10 - 40 hours per week
As member of Allied Trades Department, facilitated maintenance and repair of mobile equipment and mainframe groups. Effectively analyzed damage and identified cost-effective methods of repair, provided estimates including costs of labor/materials, ordered parts, and documented all work and materials used. Consistently ensured operations were in accordance with installation and department policies and safety standards.
Performed body, glass, canvas, radiator, and component repairs. Prepared equipment for water blasting and painting; painted small repairs. Proficiently used lathes, milling machines, drill presses and welding, brazing, soldering, cutting, shaping, bending, and fabrication equipment. Efficiently maintained shop equipment.
Nov. 1985 to Nov. 1998
Trane Company - La Crosse, WI
$16+ per hour
40+ hours per week
Earned over 50 weld certifications, including 37 ASME State Weld Certifications in
short arch, spray-mig, tig, and arch welding procedures. Proactively trained and decisively led personnel in internal/external weld assembly of chiller units; cost per unit build was over $1M, units were composed of over 500 internal/external parts and complexity of projects required as much as a year to acquire proficiencies in assembly processes. Ensured achievement of stringent deadlines to mitigate/avoid $10K per day penalties for late completion.
Productively collaborated with engineers in designing/building prototype equipment for absorption units. Determined material requirements and task sequences through analysis of engineering drawings and blueprints and completed units/subunits per blueprints and in conformance with specifications. Conducted thorough tests/inspections of products, services and processes for quality and performance control.
1978 to Nov. 1985
Toro Company - Tomah, WI
$ 14 per hour
40+ hours per week
In addition to efficiently welding/assembling equipment, partnered with supervisors on prototype equipment projects and assisted with employee training.
Apr. 1973 to Dec. 1976
United States Air Force
Active Duty, Cryogenics and Supply
Vietnam Veteran; spent one year in Korea. Honorably Discharged.
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Colorado Technical University
Degree: Bachelor of Science, Business Administration in Management
Dates: Nov. 2004 to May 2007
Semester Hours: 180
Key areas of study:
E-Commerce; Decisionmaking; Statistics; Human Resources Management; Operations Management; Organizational Behavior; Managerial Accounting; Marketing; Global Economics; International Business; Financial Management; Organizational Change; Business Law; Team Building; Project Management; Sales; Risk Management; Strategic Planning; Business Principles; Environmental Science; Business Math; Fundamentals of Management
University of Maryland
Major: Psychology and Economics
Semester Hours: 24
Outstanding Scholar Eligible, based on academic performance/high GPA
United States Air Force:
Cryogenic Fluid Production
NCO Leadership School
Certificate, Accounting and Finance
Certificate, Business Fundamentals
Certificate, International Business
Certificate, Human Resources Development
Certificate, Organizational System Improvement
Certificate, Project Management
Certificate, Sales and Marketing
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We’ll Revise Your Resume, Refund Your Money,
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