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Project Manager Resume


Desired Industry: Environmental SpiderID: 76254
Desired Job Location: Benton City, Washington Date Posted: 9/28/2015
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Skilled and results-focused
professional, with more than 15 years of
experience in environmental
characterization and remediation
management and compliance. Possess
expertise in operations management,
encompassing technical approach
development, site contamination studies,
remedial alternatives evaluation,
hyrdogeological data collection, and
remediation programs development for
soil and groundwater contamination.
Exemplify in-depth knowledge of
environmental remediation, environmental
technology, as well as soil and
groundwater sampling. Excel at
completing projects on time and under
budget without diminishing quality.


Experience:
Professional Experience

Washington Closure Hanford, Richland, WA
Project Manager 2006~2015

Manage and coordinate the completion of
various projects, including:

600-349 Munitions and Explosives of
Concern (MEC) Removal Action/Removal for
the 600-20, 600-332, 600-358, and SG4-
477 Sites Project
Ensured provision of program support,
while closely monitoring cost and
schedule input to achieve successful
scope completion encompassing 600-349
MEC removal action management

and remedial action on four other waste
sites
Handled $5M budget cost tracking, along
with procurement, scheduling, and
coordination with subcontractors and
client

100N Waste Sites Remediation and Removal
Action Project
Rendered project oversight to remedial
actions for the 100-N waste sites
located in the 100-NR-1 operable unit
(OU) and removal action for 100-N Area
miscellaneous restoration

sites
Maintained proper control on $9M budget
through administration of procurement
and negotiation with subcontractors and
client

VPU Remediation Methods Testing Project
Directly supervised the vertical pipe
unit (VPU) remediation showing concept-
testing project, including the full-
scale configuration to confirm methods
used for the 618-10 and

618-11 VPU remediation
Administered the overall operational
activities of a $3M project, including
development of testing plans,
procurement of materials, and method
testing

Remaining 300 Area 323 and 310 Tank
Remediation
Worked with the superintendent in
overseeing the demolition and load out
of 323 tanks complex and continued
remediation of the UPR-300-4 waste site
located in the 300 Area,

encompassing size reduction, excavation,
waste packaging, transportation, and
waste site remediation

100N Area River Structure Sediment
Remediation Project, Washington Closure
Rendered keen oversight to the
underwater removal of contaminated
sediment from floors of two pump houses
and one outfall structure on the bank of
the Columbia River
Led the completion of sediment removal
using divers manipulating a vacuum hose
powered by hydraulic pump at a rate of
500 GPM
Made use of four different
subcontractors to TPMC in executing
project on an expedited schedule
Remaining 300 Area Waste Sites North of
Apple Street Remediation Project
Oversaw all phases of the demolition and
size reduction of foundation slabs,
remaining foundation materials, and in-
ground utilities, as well as the
excavation and loadout of

demolished materials, radioactively
contaminated soils, and subgrade
materials for transport to ERDF
Successfully remediated 24 separate
waste sites, comprising hydrocarbon-,
uranium-, thorium-, lead-, and barium-
contaminated soils and rad-contaminated
process sewers and

underlying soils, along with
contaminated sanitary sewers, manholes,
sludge pits, septic tanks, French
drains, asphalt along 300 Area streets,
and storage pads
Handled $10M budget cost tracking, along
with procurement, scheduling, and
coordination with subcontractors and
client

Project Planner for DOE’s Washington
Hanford Closure Project
Developed and instigated IWCP safety
program for the 618-7 and 618-1 Burial
Ground Remedial Action, to include the
creation of job hazard analysis and a
step-by-step process to

safely extract drums and other waste
materials from landfill trenches

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL),
Los Alamos, NM
Project Manager 2003~2006

Prepared and presented investigation
work plan and historical investigation
reports
Took an active involvement in the
regulatory review process, as well as in
administering site characterization and
remediation activities
Supervised the development and
implementation of the Technical Safety
Requirements for a Cat 2 nuclear
facility (MDA T), including hazard
analysis of drilling within an NES and

requirements needed to address these
safety hazards

LANL Environmental Restoration Project
TA-03 Security Perimeter Remediation
Road Project
Supported the Security Perimeter Road
Project, remediating five solid waste
management units and subcontractors
report preparation
Managed and controlled $1M budget and
interfaced with LANL personnel

LANL Environmental Restoration Project
TA-03 SWMU 03-010(a) Characterization
Project
Directed the characterization of TA-03
SWMU 03-010(a), including tracking $1M
budget and interfacing with DOE client

Project Engineer/Field Supervisor
2001~2003

Organized and oversaw the drilling
operations and testing of regional
groundwater characterization wells for
the LANL ER Project Groundwater
Investigations and Remedial Actions

Focus Areas
Aided the $24M budget cost tracking and
procurement of supplies, as well as the
testing and monitoring of well design
and installation
Provided technical support for all
aspects of drilling and hydrologic
testing


Additional Experience

MASCO Company, Tucson, AZ
Hazardous Waste and Wastewater
Technician

Assumed full responsibility in managing
hazardous waste and manufacturing waste
stream (plating facility) treatment
while maintaining conformity to federal,
state, and county

regulations
Managed and coordinated the daily
operations of an industrial wastewater
treatment facility, including the
extraction of heavy metals, such as
chromium, nickel, copper, zinc and

cyanide from the waste stream, as well
as the sampling, identification, storage
and shipment of hazardous waste in
accordance with RCRA
Developed and implemented wastewater
plant improvement
Complied with USEPA regulations in
collecting water samples from waste
stream and sludge, along with industrial
sludge and wastewater streams for off-
site disposal of waste

materials

Multiple Projects
Driller and Technician

Supervised and monitored roughneck
equipment related to off-shore oil well
drilling, drilling floor work, ram and
blowout preventer installation, well-
head maintenance, and

drilling fluid monitoring
Managed the mud extraction operations on
an offshore oil production platform
Guided and mentored maintenance crews,
which involved coordinating extraction
and removal rates to meet difficult
project deadlines


Education:
Bachelor of Science in Environmental
Engineering, Minor in Geology
New Mexico Institute of Mining and
Technology, Socorro, NM


Affiliations:
Professional Affiliation

Board of Certified Safety Professional
(STS Certification)


Skills:
Project Management
Environmental Permit Acquisition
Field Operations Preparation
Technical Proposal Development
Hydrogeological Data Evaluation
Work Plan Development
Cost Estimation and Budget Management
Site Remediation Evaluation
Crew Supervision


Additional Information:
Credentials

Hanford Work Planner Certification
TPMC Project Manager Program
Certification
Hazardous Waste Operations, OSHA 29 CFR
1910.120


Professional Development

DoE Radiological Worker I Training
Course
Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA)
8-Hour Supervisors Training
30-Hour Construction Safety and Health
Project Management Professional (PMP)
Project Management Course (UNM-Los
Alamos)
Safety Trained Supervisor
Construction
American Board of Industrial Hygiene
(ABIH)
Board of Certified Safety Professionals
(BCSP)


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