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Operations Manager Resume


Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 61645
Desired Job Location: Milford Center, Ohio Date Posted: 6/20/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 120000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Enthusiastic, performance-focused, and
detail-oriented professional, with
broad-based experience and hands-on
skills in project management, business
development, personnel management,
succession planning and analysis, and
facilities management. Noted for
consistent project delivery success and
process improvement achievement.
Equipped with flexible work style; can
adapt quickly to changing work and
client needs. Currently possess TS/SCI
clearance with CI polygraph.

- Expert at establishing
professional relationships with clients,
firms, and executives within technical
and corporate industries while
maximizing growth opportunities.
- Effective communicator and
motivator, with keen attention to detail
and unswerving commitment to the highest
standards of professional and personal
service.
- Proactive and results-oriented;
thrive under pressure, employing
outstanding problem-solving, management,
and communication skills.


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Battelle Memorial Institute — Columbus,
OH (2002–Present)
PROJECT MANAGER - JUN 2006–PRESENT
MANAGER - AUG 2002–PRESENT

- Ensure strict adherence of
visited manufacturing and development
facilities to all safety regulations and
security items.
- Leverage the training and
management of a staff of 18 to 25 stable
members, successfully forming a creative
powerhouse team.
- Oversee key project for client,
including all logistic concerns,
monetary spreadsheets, earned value
calculations, arising potential cost
overruns, as well as required
engineering change proposals (ECPs).
- Assume full accountability in
hiring and terminating authority,
administering training and development,
and leading final input for the annual
incentive compensation and performance
reviews.

Notable Accomplishments:
- Achieved extra business volume
(BV) of approximately $3.5M annually
since 2005 after the successful creation
and management of own staff position of
field administrator with four levels
that assisted client/s outside Columbus,
Ohio in collaboration with full-time
personnel and 14 hired people into the
position.
- Project Manager for Operations
and Maintenance program at Battelle for
the past 10 years with approximately
$135M of total BV; successfully received
award fees in excess of $7.2M.
- Served as government property
manager for more than 250,000 items
worth more than $13M; instituted the
monitoring, maintenance, and
implementation of all related items.
- Successfully led facility
security accounts totaling to over $500K
for the upgrade and maintenance of two
21,000-square-foot Sensitive
Compartmented Information Facilities
(SCIFs).
- Supervised 21 salaried personnel
within the Systems Development product
line and a project manager for the
administration and proposal of $13.5M
annual budget for the T-Bird Operations
and Maintenance program.
- Executed and coordinated key
solutions to delivered contact products
for client requested proposal changes,
which initiated new efforts that
generated more than $6.7M for the fiscal
year 2011 to 2012.

MILITARY BACKGROUND

Department of Defense, United States
Navy — Various Locations (1985–2002)
FACILITIES PROJECT MANAGER - 1999–2002

- Leveraged the multi-million
dollar civilian and military contracts
which resulted in the construction of
two facilities totaling to over 20,000
square feet.

SENIOR DIVING OFFICER - 1999–2002

- Spearheaded the entire aspects
of diving operations, which included
emergency crisis response, security,
underwater ship husbandry, salvage
operations, and undersea research and
development projects.

REPAIR/MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT SUPERVISOR
- 1995–2002

- Master-planned and implemented
underwater ship repair and maintenance
operations, effectively supervising more
than 170 diver and support personnel.
- Played a vital role in the
recertification of underwater welding
teams and training platforms, which
significantly ensured high-quality and
continuous maintenance operations.

QUALITY ASSURANCE/REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
DEPARTMENT SUPERINTENDENT - 1995–2002

- Rendered problem resolution and
effective guidance in developing new
vessel repair strategies and
philosophies, as well as successful
program management objectives for
industrial plant equipment assessments
and intermediate maintenance activity
audits.

ENGINEERING AND MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR -
1985–2002

- Carried out key engineering
tasks, such as maintenance and operation
of propulsion systems, pumps, motors,
refrigeration equipment, distilling
plants, compressors, auxiliary steam,
diesel machinery, and generators.
- Headed long-range planned
maintenance programs as well as
environmental pollution control
initiatives.

MASTER DIVER - 1995–1999

SENIOR INSTRUCTOR - 1986–1991


Education:
EDUCATION

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN LIBERAL ARTS -
Excelsior College, New York, NY: 2002



CERTIFICATIONS

Project Management Professional (PMP)
Training, Velociteach: 2011
Advanced Project Management, Project
Management Institute, Battelle Memorial
Institute: 2002
Forklift Certification: 2002
Master Training Specialist (MTS)
Certification
Certified Instructor/Facilitator
United States Navy Master Diver and
Chief Warrant Officer (CWO)



PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Associate Manager/Project Management
Officer Leadership Development Course
Master Diver Course
Oxygen Cleanliness Worker and Inspector
Group-Paced Instructor Course
Basic Leadership and Management
Education and Training Course
Advanced Navy Diving Course
Basic Navy Diving Course
Steam Propulsion Plant Maintenance
Course
Propulsion Engineering Basics Course


Affiliations:
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Skills:
AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Project/Program Management
Staff Management and Empowerment
Strategic Planning and Implementation
Quality Assurance
Process Improvements and Best Practices
Client Relations and Negotiation
Regulatory Compliance and Standards
Business Operations
Rapid Conflict Resolution
Organizational Leadership and Team
Building


Additional Information:
MILITARY AWARDS

Five (5) Navy and Marine Corps
Achievement Medals: 1983–2001
Two (2) Meritorious Service Medals: 1994
and 2002
Two (2) Navy and Marine Corps
Commendation Medals: 1987 and 1992



TECHNICAL ACUMEN

Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, Access, and Works)
Express | COMPASS (Personnel Tracking
System) | SKED (Maintenance Tracking
Program)
Internet Applications


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