Operations Management, EHS Manager - Building Trades Construction Resu
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Operations Management, EHS Manager Resume


Desired Industry: Building Trades/Construction SpiderID: 79919
Desired Job Location: Commerce City, Colorado Date Posted: 9/19/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 65000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:


Multifaceted, results-driven, and performance-focused professional, with broad experience in overseeing diverse service and equipment

facilities; encompassing process operations, staff training and development, and program management. Equipped with proven capability

to ensure compliance with policies and procedures to drive efficient and productive operations. Armed with well-honed technical,

communication, analytical, and problem-solving aptitudes. Equipped with outstanding leadership talents to build and motivate high-

caliber teams of professionals to deliver record-setting results.


Experience:


Relevant Experience

Halliburton Energy Services – Various Locations
Service Supervisor I, II, and III (Brighton, CO) 2013–Present
Expertly manage daily department operations with more than $1M worth of tickets and $20M worth of equipment.
Administer crew hours and tasks, department expenses and equipment, and stimulation services treatment.
Provide hands-on guidance and leadership to 35 to 40 individuals, responsible for handling and completing multimillion-dollar jobs.
Led daily safety awareness courses and meetings.

Operator Assistant I and II | Service Operator I and II (Rock Springs, WY) 2011–2013
Took charge of operating Field laboratory and downhole stimulation equipment.
Operated 30 ton crane
Forklift and Manlift operator
Completed CDL Certification



Other Experience

Barbecoa – Boise, ID
PM Sautee Cook 2010–2011

Beverly’s – Coeur d'Alene, ID
Banquet and Wine Dinner Staff 2009–2010
PM Sautee Cook 2009-2010
PM Pantry Cook 2009–2010


Education:


Education

Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, In Progress (Expected Completion Date: 2018) | GPA 4.0
Colorado State University – Fort Collins, CO

Associate’s Degree in Culinary Arts Management: 2009 | GPA 3.8
Oregon Coast Culinary Institute/Southwestern Oregon Community College – Coos Bay, OR


Affiliations:
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Skills:


Areas of Expertise

Safety Assurance and Management
Strategic Planning and Analysis
Risk Identification and Mitigation
Regulatory Compliance and Standards
Core Business Process
Cross-functional Leadership and Collaboration
Expenses and Equipment Administration
Stimulation Services Treatment


Additional Information:

Selected Training

Back Safety Training
Basic Crane Operator Examination
Basic Nitrogen Safety
Basic Welding, Cutting and Hot Work Operations, and Safety
Behavior Based Performance Refresher Training
Blender Operator Calculations and Concepts
CDL Driver Evaluation
Code of Business Conduct
Competency System Employee's Training
Competency System Rater's Training
Confined Space Entry
Crane Operator Qualification
Crystalline Silica Hazards and Protection
Discharge Manifold Equipment 1 (Overview)
Discharge Manifold Equipment 2 (Safety Items)
Discharge Manifold Equipment 3 (Design and Purpose)
Discharge Manifold Equipment 4 (Assembly Sequence)
Driver Safety - Black Box Program Overview
Driving Policy Review
Dropped Objects Lead Assignment
Drug and Alcohol Supervisor Training
Environmental Awareness
Essential Vehicle Trip Inspections
Forklift Safety
Frontline Supervisor Training
First Aid/ Bloodborne Pathogen
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
H2CM Gate Assessment Training
Halliburton Dropped Objects Training
Halliburton Drug, Alcohol and Contraband Addendum
Halliburton Information Security Awareness Training
Halliburton Life Rules
Halliburton SIR Process and Root Cause Analysis
Hand and Finger Safety
Hand and Power Tool Safety
Hazard Communication
Hazardous Materials
HAZCOM Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
HDF Remote Job Execution Assessment
Hearing Protection
HES NEO Phase 1 - Northern Region
High Center of Gravity Vehicle Safety (Driver Roles and Responsibilities)
High Center of Gravity Vehicle Safety (Physical Forces and Dynamics)
High Center of Gravity Vehicle Safety (Decision Making)
High Center of Gravity Vehicle Safety (Fit for Duty)
Hoisting and Rigging
Hydrogen Sulfide Safety
Introduction to the Code of Business Conduct
LockOut/TagOut Affected Employee
LockOut/TagOut Awareness
Lockout/Tagout Procedures Equipment Maintenance
Lockout/Tagout Training - Authorized Employee
MoveSMART - Strength and Control Training
My Competencies Employee's Training
My Competencies Manager's Training
Oilfield Math 1 Online Assessment
Operating ACE for High Pressure Pumps
PE Dust Zone Management
PE Heavy Forklift Truck
PE Red Zone Awareness Training
PE Wellhead Lock Out Tag Out and Valve Team Process
Performance Expectations for Operator Assistants
Performing the Express and Delivery System Service
Personal Protective Equipment
Pipe Stop and V-Door Hazard Recognition
PPR Online - Form "A" Agreement (Operations)
Pressure Safety Awareness
Qualified Rigger- Step 1 (Attachments and Inspections) Qualified Rigger- Step 1 (Rigging Introduction and Safety)
Qualified Rigger Step 2 (Attachments and Inspections)
Qualified Rigger Step 3 (Slings and Inspections)
Qualified Rigger Step 4 - (Rigging Equipment and Inspections)
Qualified Rigger Step 5 -(Calculating Sling Stress)
Qualified Rigger Step 6 (Estimated Load Weights)
Qualified Rigger Step 7 (Moving the Load)
Radioactive Densometer End-User
Radiation General Awareness
Radio Frequency Emission and Wellsite Safety Awareness for Non-Users
Redbook Online Assessment
Risk Management
Safe Transportation of Hazardous Materials
Shell (Halliburton Lifesaving Rules)
Smartphone Policy Training
SNAPSHOT Interaction
Specific Crane Operator Examination for CTTB
Stimulation I (Online Assessment)
Stimulation II (Fracturing)
Stimulation III
Substance Abuse: Drug Free Workplace
Supervisor Toolkit
Vehicle Inspection (PreTrip/PostTrip Rockies)
Vehicle Mounted Aerial Platform
Vehicle Mounted Aerial Platform Practical Evaluation
Work in Safety


Reference:
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