Executive level | construction - Building Trades Construction Resume S
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Executive level | construction Resume

Desired Industry: Building Trades/Construction SpiderID: 80499
Desired Job Location: Homer Glen, Illinois Date Posted: 1/21/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 100000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Executive (President, VP, CEO) Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes

Goal-driven, performance-focused, and entrepreneur professional, equipped with hands-on experience in the construction industry; complemented with solid knowledge of business startup.
Recognized for integrity, solid work ethic, and exemplary dedication to perform beyond established goals and directions, as well as complete projects within the allotted time frame and budget specifications. Able to perform diverse functions and follow instructions independently. Articulate communicator with a naturally personable attitude, capable of establishing intuitive connections with diverse individuals, clients, architects, engineers, project and office managers, executives, and subcontractors.

Confidential, Chicago, IL
Foreman/Superintendent | Lead Carpenter 20152016
Fulfilled a wide array of tasks including receiving, monitoring, and itemizing deliveries; ordering equipment; and managing daily logs
Closely coordinated with clients to properly address their needs and demands
Organized schedules of subcontractors to timely completion of tasks in a timely manner, while complying with budget requirements
Supervised 12 carpenters and monitored workflow progress
Guaranteed smooth operations and job site safety in compliance with standard regulation, policies, and procedures
Provided pertinent information to clients on project progress with engineers and project managers
Worked with business administrators (BA) and union steward to maintain union rules
Started as lead carpenter, in charge of administering a 27-floor project

Key Highlights:
Accomplished assigned project within time and budget constraints
Successfully received rapid promotion as foreman and superintendent

Confidential, Mokena, IL
Office Manager | Telemarketer 2015
Oversaw office operations, including executing telemarketing functions and organizing operating hours and workflow

Key Highlight:
Worked as telemarketer and earned promotion within a week as office manager

Confidential, Elk Grove Village, IL
Apprentice/Installer 20122015
Completed projects within specified deadlines and budget in cooperation with the foreman
Executed day-to-day responsibilities, which encompassed handling furniture layout; taking in deliveries; and distributing materials
Conceptualized initiatives to increase systems operations
Partnered with clients to address their needs and other inquiries

Key Highlight:
Drove efforts in attaining project completion with the following job sites:
LinkedIn  Facebook  Google  University of Chicago  University of Northwestern  Knight Partners
Com Ed  Fieldglass  Pulled Homes  Kraft  Zebra Technologies  NeoCon  Wounded Warrior Projects DuPage Medical  Edwards Hospital  Merchandise Mart  Bank of America  Catamaran  Red Box

Volunteer/Mentor, Chicago Women in Trades
Chairperson, Chicago Regional Counsel of Carpenters
Organizer, Local 54 Sisters in the Brotherhood

Operational Leadership | Project Management | Strategic Planning and Execution | Budget Control
Regulatory and Safety Compliance | Needs Assessment | Conflict Resolution | Workflow Administration
Carpentry, Scaffolding, and Materials Safety | Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response

Additional Information:
Professional Development:

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)10 Hours
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)40 Hours
Accessible Areas Air Leakage Control | Building Performance Institute
Scaffolding | OSHA 30-Hour Construction (OSHA30)
Fall Protection | Ergonomics | Scaffold Erector | Fire Stop | Aerial Lift | Material Safety Data
Hazard Communications Leadership, International Brotherhood of Carpenters
Superintendent Training, Construction Management, Turner/University of Chicago


Construction Management, Turner Construction

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