MANAGEMENT: Equipment/Facility Operations, Human Resources, Technology
Dynamic senior management professional with extensive military leadership background eager to contribute to corporate growth and success by optimizing operational and business performance.
More than 15 years of award-winning operational and personnel management experience.
Special expertise in overseeing maintenance, safety, facilities, and welding operations.
Qualified Navy Instructor with ability to create and implement policies and procedures.
Top Secret/SCI/SCB security clearance and risk management specialist.
Familiar with National Fire Protection, Americans w/ Disabilities, and National Electric codes.
Excellent presentation, problem-solving, leadership, and technical skills.
UNITED STATES NAVY, US / Overseas 1985 - 2008
Assistant Readiness Dept. Head & Facilities Officer (2005-2008)
Oversaw all maintenance and safety operations for 3 facilities totaling >95,000 sq. ft., including utility services, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, phone, and computer systems. Directed Safety and Hazardous Materials programs. Ensured compliance with multiple building codes. Provided IT, administrative, budget, logistics, and maintenance support services.
Supervised 67 military and 4 civilian personnel. Conducted performance reviews. Administered $1.2M budget. Managed custodial, utilities, and maintenance contracts. Planned and led preventive and corrective maintenance activities. Procured equipment and vehicles.
Planned and led successful $2.4M remodel and upgrade project for high security facility. Modifications included office space, conference rooms, training areas, HVAC systems, fire protection, security systems, plumbing, power, telephone, and computer network.
Coordinated preventive and corrective maintenance for 26,000 sq. ft. Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF).
Completed all projects on time and with zero cost overruns.
Maintenance & Material Management Coordinator (2002-2005)
Managed maintenance operations for 39,000-ton warship. Supervised >750 maintenance personnel and supervisors. Scheduled maintenance activities with outside resources. Oversaw compliance, procurement, record-keeping, inspection, corrective action, and repairs. Developed and implemented policies and procedures. Administered database for >75,000 items.
Trained and qualified >450 individuals in maintenance procedures and programs.
Managed tracking and resolution for >900 maintenance actions per week.
Successfully directed $10M, 8-month dry dock maintenance overhaul. Completed project 28 days ahead of schedule and 4% under budget. Earned Commendation award.
Improved efficiency by developing program that allowed for ship maintenance certification during earliest inspection/certification phase. Earned Achievement award.
(US Navy, continued)
Hull Repair Production Chief (2000-2002)
Supervised staff of 41 across 5 work centers. Managed structural, piping, sheet metal, and welding repairs and modifications for submarines and surface vessels. Monitored quality, staff performance, safety, and compliance. Trained personnel.
Established and directed Submarine Sheet Metal Shop that saved Navy >$500,000 per year by eliminating need for using outside contractors. Earned Commendation award.
Submarine Repair Maintenance Superintendent (1998-2000)
Scheduled and tracked work for 20 work centers. Ensured preventive and corrective maintenance completed to support 7 submarines and 4 surface vessels. Coordinated maintenance schedules.
Played major role in establishment of first shore-based submarine repair facility in San Diego region. Received Commendation award.
Developed repair capabilities matrix for entire industrial repair facility.
Created in-service training program to improve employee performance levels.
Pipe Shop Supervisor (1994-1998)
Nuclear Components Welder Instructor (1991-1994)
Nuclear Components Welder (1985-1991)
Operational Risk Management
Occupational Safety and Health
Automatic Data Processing 3-M Coordinator/Inspector
Advanced Leadership Development
Hazardous Materials/Hazardous Materials Waste Coordinator
Certified Naval Instructor
Nuclear Components Welder
Non-Nuclear Components Welder
Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor
Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal (4x)
Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal (3x)
Computer Skills: MS Office, MS Project, Adobe Acrobat Pro
Security Clearance: Top Secret/SCI/SCB
Hiring Agent Name
I am currently seeking a challenging career opportunity in a Facilities and/or Maintenance Management capacity and am submitting my resume for your review. In advance, thank you for your time and consideration.
As demonstrated in the accompanying resume, my professional qualifications include
Overseeing all maintenance and safety operations for 3 facilities totaling >96,000 sq. ft.
Planning and leading a $2.4M renovation of a high security facility.
Coordinating preventive and corrective maintenance for a 26,000 sq. ft. secure facility.
Directing all maintenance functions for a 39,000-ton warship.
Managing a $10M, 8-month maintenance overhaul of a warship that was complete 1 month early and 4% under budget.
Establishing a sheet metal shop that saved the Navy $500,000 in contractor fees.
Supervising 5 work centers in the areas of structural, piping, sheet metal, and welding.
I m adept at supervising and training personnel, implementing policies and procedures, managing compliance, and directing support for HVAC, fire protection, security, plumbing, power, telephone, and computer network systems. In addition, I ve earned 6 Navy awards for superior performance and outstanding achievement.
As an employee, you will find me to be a driven team player committed to supporting you in achieving your objectives through superior performance. I am confident that I would be a valuable asset to your firm, and look forward to interviewing with you in the near future.
Terry L. Schritter
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