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Desired Industry: Management SpiderID: 45706
Desired Job Location: Gulfport, Mississippi Date Posted: 11/10/2010
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 11/10/10
Desired Wage: 55,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: Yes

I am seeking a position to improve myself personally and professionally. I have worked sales and can readily adapt to changes.

Present Truck Driver
*Responsibilities include paperwork, DOT logs, on time deliveries, customer relations and problem solving.
2008-2010 Laboratory Technician
*Responsible for quality analysis of activated carbon to assure it meets the requirement for the product being produced. Preparation of chemicals and solutions used in testing. Record Data and track trends.
1991-2008 Production Technician, Safety Liaison, and
Safety Associate - Calgon Carbon Corporation, Pearlington, Ms
As an operations team member, my responsibilities include:
* Safety Liaison - Responsible for communicating Safety needs to the
Corporate Safety Manager and implementing Safety Procedures. Develop
Regulations that assure OSHA compliance. Promote Safety throughout the
Plant and in personnel’s home lives. Manage the function of the Safety
* Safety Associate - Represent a Production Team on the Safety
* Receiving of raw materials by barge rail and truck, including
sampling, testing and documentation.
* Press Room - Operating and monitoring of Equipment, such as: weigh
belt feeders, grinding mill, classifiers, product elevators, rotary
feeders, briquette presses, product screeners, granulators, product
dedusters, dust collection systems, and various types of pumps and
* Baker and Activator - Operating and monitoring of equipment, such
as: Multi-staged product bakers, Variable Frequency Drives, induced
draft fans, pan transfer conveyors, flew-gas scrubbers, emergency pony
motors, multi-hearthed activating furnaces with associated cooling and
process air fans, product coolers, volumetric feed screws and various
types of lubrication systems and flow meters.
* Incinerator and Boiler - Operation and monitoring of equipment, such
as: Critical off-gas lines with associated safety equipment,
incinerator, including off-gas draft and burner optimization, deaerator
tank, boiler treatment chemical pumps and vessels and boiler and
associated mud drum tank.
* Control Room - Operation and monitoring of the Honeywell TDC 3000
Digital Control System (DCS) and all associated Programmable Logic
Controllers (PLC) and plant transmitters.
* Water Treatment - Operation and Monitoring of equipment, such as:
Soda Ash batching and storage tanks, floc tanks, polymer tanks and
pumps, polymer batching, acid tanks and pumps, clarifier, slurry pumps,
cake presses, polishing tanks and filters, cooling towers, PH meters,
temperature probes and water filtering and softening systems.
* Packaging Tower - Operation and monitoring of equipment, such as:
Product elevators, density meters, finishing screeners, product
distributors, oversize product crushers, product dedusters, dust
collection systems, product pulverizing systems, product bagging
stations, bag palletizing systems, product super-sacking stations and
product drumming stations.
* Warehousing and Shipping - Coordinate inventory with orders to
assure accuracy and timeliness of all shipments. Assure shipments are
loaded per customer requests. Respond to all customer complaints to
assure immediate satisfaction.
* Periodic Maintenance and Light Repair - Perform PM’s and light
repair on all plant equipment, as necessary.
* Quality Testing - Perform in-process testing of all products on a
daily basis. Trained in final quality testing, such as: Size, abrasion,
hardness, iodine, molasses, butane, Methylene Blue and other quality
tests and procedures.
* Heavy Equipment - Trained in the safe operation of Front-end
Loaders, Rail Car Mover, Small and Large Forklifts and Mobile Personnel
Under the “Total Quality Management” concept, it is my responsibility
to monitor the effectiveness of our process and alter it, as necessary,
to ensure the company remains competitive by continually providing our
customers with the highest quality, lowest cost activated carbon
available. It is my responsibility to ensure that safety procedures are
up to date and followed.

1985-1999 Lieutenant - Waveland Fire Department,
Waveland, Ms
As a Lieutenant, my responsibilities included:
Engine Operator - Operating and monitoring equipment, such as: Large
and Small Pumpers, exhaust fans, generators, two-way radios, hand
tools, ladders and breathing equipment.
Station Management - Responsible for overseeing shift, station and
storage inventories for two stations of all firefighting equipment and
maintaining all reports and files for submittal to city and state.
Fire Fighting - Trained in the use of all firefighting equipment.
Rescue - Medical First Responder and CPR Instructor.
Administrative Duties - Performed all administrative duties including:
typing, correspondence and reports and maintaining all files.

Additional Information:
Today’s OSHA: A Compliance Update - 1998
Honeywell “TDC Universal Station Operator” - 1992
Radiological Monitor - 1991, 1988 & 1986
CPR Instructor 1989 through Feb. 1998
Haz-Mat First Responder - 1991
Quality Management - 1991
Managing Safety: Techniques That Work For Line Supervisors - 1991
Analytic Trouble Shooting - 1991
Forklift Operator Training Program - 1991
Firefighter I from Louisiana State University - 1990
National Fire Academy Recognizing & Identifying Hazardous Materials -
State Fire Academy “Fire School” - 40 hrs. 1989, 12 hrs. 1988, 24 hrs
1987 & 24 hrs 1986
3M Light Water AFF/ATC Training Program
Mississippi Public Service Commission “Hazardous Materials First on the
Scene” - 1988
State Fire Academy “Electrical Fire Causation” - 1987
National Fire Academy “Fire/Arson Detection” 1986
Mississippi Gulf Coast Emergency Medical Services District “Emergency
Medical Responder” - 1986 & 2000
Bay St. Louis Fire Dept. “Vehicle Firefighting” 1985
Calgon Carbon Q4 Achievement Award - 1992, 1993, 1996 & 1998
Zurich Hazard Analysis - 1999
Mobile Safety Professional’s Conference - 2000
Coastal Clarity’s User’s Training - August 2000
CDI/TDI Truck Driving School - July 2010
Currently hold Class A license and Health Card

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