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Operations Manager Resume


Desired Industry: Environmental SpiderID: 81319
Desired Job Location: Ridgecrest, California Date Posted: 8/8/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 80000
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:
Multifaceted, growth-focused, and highly analytical professional with extensive experience in environmental, project, and program management, as well as budget administration, environmental remediation, site assessments, and hazardous materials inspection.

Armed with in-depth knowledge of Occupational Safety and Health Administration 29 CFR 1910.120, environmental management system (EMS), Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, and California Code of Regulations Title 22.
Articulate communicator with well-honed interpersonal aptitudes in coordinating, interacting, and establishing positive working relationship with individuals of diverse backgrounds.
Technically proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Access).


Experience:
Environmental Department, China Lake, CA, USA
Environmental Protection Specialist Sep 2015–Present
Administer programs developed to secure or enhance environmental quality, control pollution, and remedy environmental damage, while adhering to laws and regulations
Observe strict regulatory compliance in areas of toxic substances, pesticides, hazardous waste recycling, hazardous materials reporting, and other environmental media
Oversee contract performance for environmental services, equipment, and/or products and monitor project progress toward the attainment of environmental goals
Write and produce briefs, official correspondence, and information regarding environmental projects and programs
Assume full accountability in creating multiyear budgets, plans, and forecasts
Carry out open market research for purchases of routine equipment, supplies, and services
Guarantee compliance of process with applicable laws, policies, and regulations; as well as proper well-documentation and maintenance according to the appropriate standard operating procedure (SOP), rules, laws, and regulations
Collaborate with members of the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) for timely allocation of task orders based on services needed
Identify and provide effective resolution to all problems associated with the disposal of hazardous waste; as well as analyze and approve waste manifest and land disposal restrictions documents
Ensure situational awareness of environmental program implementation by coordinating with military and civilian leaders, environmental professionals, and operational personnel

Chenega Global Services, LLC, Camp Humphrey, South Korea
Vice President, Pacific Region (Invited Contractor) May 2011–Sep 2015
Displayed leadership skills in overseeing 10 environmental compliance inspectors, 4 facility mangers, 8 hazardous waste technicians, 8 material handlers, and 2 safety inspectors, while managing $3M annual budget
Efficiently established strategic direction, planning, and analysis for various projects in close collaboration with senior management staff
Took charge of profit attainment, financial and operational planning, payroll process, and employee performance evaluations in partnership with subordinate management staff
Functioned effectively as lead to all employees assigned to the Pacific Region to guarantee regulatory and procedural compliance such as equal employment opportunity (EEO) and performance evaluation
Conceptualized and implemented short- and long-range plans to determine required resources for the organization
Established positive working atmosphere across the organization to drive high-performance levels from employees
Acted as the primary credit card holder/ purchaser for the entire operation covering five locations
Took full charge of executing follow-up action on undelivered orders and aged purchase card transactions to close out purchase orders
Maintained active involvement in all termination interviews to provide significant insights on termination situations
Held direct responsibility for all hiring and terminations and served as credit card holder for all positions

Career Highlights
Steered key efforts in boosting profit margin from an average of 8% to 27% annually
Earned recognition as the recipient of two Environmental Quality Awards for demonstrating exemplary performance and professionalism

Project Manager (Invited Contractor) Sep 2005–May 2011
Demonstrated adeptness in leading seven environmental compliance inspectors, four site managers, eight hazardous waste technicians, and eight materials handlers
Keenly monitored project deliverables and completion within specified schedules
Assumed responsibility in entering pertinent information to Hazardous Material Management System (HMMS) in accordance with Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) reports requirements
Ensured conformance of hazardous materials, waste operations, and projects with the National Environmental Policy Act
Rendered effectual support to P2 opportunities by formulating and executing source reduction initiatives and techniques
Held full accountability in creating, assessing, and validating SOP for the Hazardous Material/Hazardous Waste Programs in South Korea at four different army bases and one Air Force base
Offered key insights to HazMart managers and environmental compliance officers on all environmental quality program requirements that included environmental management systems (EMS), air pollution, water resources, as well as solid and hazardous materials and wastes
Employed analytical skills in producing and presenting oral briefings regarding the overall Korea HMMP on behalf of the highest levels of military and governments leadership as well as with deputy assistant secretary of the Army Environmental Safety and Occupational Health

Career Highlight
Streamlined organizational efficiency by attending environmental working group meetings, along with five external and internal EMS audits


Education:
Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety and Health, Apr 2015
Columbia Southern University, Orange Beach, AL
GPA: 3.6 | Graduated cum laude


Skills:
Logistics Management
Process Optimization
Strategic Planning and Execution
Quality Control and Assurance
Program Design and Implementation
Emergency Response Operations
Organizational and Regulatory Compliance
Hazardous Waste/Material Management Methods


Additional Information:
Professional Development

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)/Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER) 40-Hour
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standard (HAZWOPER) Refresher
Resource Conservation & Recovery Act (RCRA)
Integrated EMS/Compliance Auditing
Supervision of Hazardous Waste Operations
Hazardous Material Transportation (DOT)
Legal Aspects of Safety and Health
Environmental Negotiations
Accident Investigations
Industrial Ergonomics
Construction Safety
Risk Management
Fleet Safety


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