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Operations Director/Manager Resume


Desired Industry: Manufacturing SpiderID: 81190
Desired Job Location: Fairfield, California Date Posted: 7/5/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 155000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Methodical, results-driven, and performance-focused professional with over 10 years of experience in all facets of plant operations within oil and gas industry, combined with background in facility oversight, process enhancement, program management, project administration, and gap analysis. Effective at implementing innovative strategies to attain set-forth objectives, maximize growth opportunities, and streamline operations. Committed to offering highest level of performance in carrying out and completing multiple tasks without compromising the quality of work and results. Equipped with articulate communication and interpersonal aptitudes, essential in establishing rapport with professionals at all levels. Technically proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, SAP, and Microsoft Visio.


Experience:
Andeavor (Formerly Tesoro Refining and Marketing Company), Martinez, CA (2004–Present)
Operations Supervisor – Logistics Jul 2017–Present
Oversee two wharfs under the United States Coast Guard and California State Lands Commission jurisdiction and manage truck, rail car, and trailer loading for gasoline, diesel, and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
Lead 35 USW represented employees and render support with defect elimination and process improvement initiatives
Ensured and maintained seamless daily operations of DOT and CSFM regulated pipelines, as well as with the plant tank farms including crude, components, and finished materials in compliance with API and AQMD standards

Operations Supervisor – Operations Excellence July 2015–July 2017
Designed and initiated work processes for risk avoidance and continuous process improvement, while promoting safe, compliant, and reliable refining operations
Took charge of developing and administering site’s key performance indicators (KPIs) for OEMS work processes and created and implemented site assessment tools for OEMs metrics
Thoroughly assessed metrics to interpret and monitor progress, determine enhancement opportunities, and attain success
Collaborated with sister sites through Functional Excellence Teams to share OEMS work process successes and acquire new learning from other site’s successes
Designed site policy for Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) initiatives such as emergency and procedure drills and evacuations
Assisted in the creation of OEMS programs and established strong rapport with all levels of the organization
Performed gap analysis on existing work processes and introduced programs to close identified gaps
Contributed to the successful execution of operations excellence management system at the Martinez refinery through superior process execution and continuous improvement assessments

Operations Shift Supervisor Oct 2010–Jun 2015
Supervised process unit rates and target exceptions as well as developed and executed innovative strategies for business unit improvement
Served as qualified hazardous waste operations and emergency response standard (HAZWOPER) Hazmat and industrial firefighter of the Refinery Fire Department
Performed progressive disciplinary action investigations to monitor work performance and evaluate other site policy violations
Partook in safe work permit and confined space entry activities, which included atmospheric gas testing and independent verification of line and equipment isolation
Planned and scheduled personnel work hours in a USW CBA environment

Chemical Plant Area Supervisor Nov 2013–Feb 2014
Keenly observed the execution of safe operations and work practices including permit to work (PTW), lock out tag out (LOTO), and proper personal protective equipment (PPE) utilization such as FRC’s and chemical protective gear
Devised and formalized safe operating procedures while ensuring alignment with the federal, state, and county regulatory agencies
Took charge of overseeing chemical plant with USW personnel under a collective bargaining agreement producing molten sulfur, anhydrous ammonia, and sulfuric acid
Held responsibility in working with Department of Transportation (DOT) and Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) to manage railway compliance and employee safety at a railcar loading/unloading facility
Collaborated with the Environmental Department to maintain adherence to Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) consent decree and Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) regulations on plant emissions
Administered and implemented long-term plan for unit production and product logistics with BNSF railway and several trucking companies

Process Operator Apr 2004–Oct 2010
Created and refined safe operating procedures for process unit which included conducting human factors and tech writer reviews
Functioned as a member of the Start-up Team for the 2008 Delayed Coker at Martinez Refinery
Supervised and adjusted process controls to ensure and maintain safe, compliant, reliable, and efficient operations
Earned selection to manage and improve job packaging and support for SCO work at the Kapolei Tesoro Refinery during the crude unit TAR by building accurate and detailed job packages containing safe work isolation lists and marked-up piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&ID)


Education:
Master of Business Administration, Graduated with Honors
Saint Mary’s College of Moraga, Moraga, CA

Bachelor of Science in Business Management
University of Phoenix, Concord, CA

Coursework in English, Minor in Technical Writing
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA


Skills:
DMAIC Methodology | Personnel Safety and Security | Systems Preventative Maintenance
Team Building and Collaboration | Staff Leadership and Training | Risk Analysis and Mitigation | Quality Assurance
Rapid Conflict Resolution | Regulatory Compliance | Performance Oversight


Additional Information:
Professional Development
Certification
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certified
Qualified Process Operator (Delayed Coker, Fluid Coker, and Gas Recovery Plant)
Qualified HAZWOPER Hazmat and Industrial Firefighter – UNR and Texas and A&M Fire School TEEX

Training
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training
BALMERT – Managing Safety Performance: Skills for Supervisors and Managers

Activities
Volunteer Mentor: Junior Achievement of Northern California, Social Enterprise Pitch Competition
Volunteer: Bike the Bridges Event, Special Olympics, Northern California and Nevada
Volunteer: Blue Star Moms
Volunteer: Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano


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