112 Darcy St, Alma, Kansas 66401
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10-year military veteran who earned numerous commendations, awards for superior
performance in academic, tactical, technical capacities.
Effectively trained, supervised, mentored large teams under high stress conditions.
Technical Millwright focused on creating effective quality assurance procedures, repairing
industrial equipment safely, accurately.
Maintenance Director well-versed in troubleshooting equipment, network problems.
Analytical thinker who quickly and accurately diagnoses, repairs technical issues.
Skilled Manager with experience managing all levels of multiple projects to include
electrical/mechanical repairs, logistics supply chain management.
Vast knowledge in budgeting, administration policies and procedures.

Project management Diagnostic techniques
Installation, repair specialist Troubleshooting expertise
Schematics interpretation EPA requirements knowledge
Blueprint interpretation Electrical, pneumatic controls
Commercial, residential maintenance Package, split systems
Universal EPA Certification Troubleshooting
Electrical/Mechanical Millwright Team leader
Budget analysis

04/2010 to 09/2015 Corporate Maintenance & Heating and Air Conditioning Manager
Midwest-Health Inc – Topeka, KS
Served as primary point of contact for incoming corporate calls, including requests for
meetings, interviews with company executives and experts.
Developed, managed communications strategies, plans to budgets.
Communicated with individuals of all ethnic, cultural backgrounds on daily basis’s.
Coordinated scheduling, contracted logistics, maintenance.
Scheduled contractors for projects, distributed work orders.
Directed operation, maintenance of building mechanical, utility systems.
Conducted preventive as corrective maintenance on bearings, pumps, shafts, fans.
Referenced blueprints, repair manuals, parts catalogs for complex repairs.
Diagnosed electrical, mechanical problems to determine the most effective ways to correct
03/2007 to 03/2010 Maintenance Director
Alma Manor – Alma, KS

Created annual budget, developed comprehensive plans to accomplish company objectives
while staying within budget.
Investigated major malfunctions, breakdowns of heating, refrigeration, air-conditioning
Monitored building environmental conditions, including adjusting thermostats, terminal
units, mixing boxes.
Repaired, replaced motors, bearings and belts.
Maintained boilers, hot water systems, gas heating equipment, food service equipment.
Replaced bearings, pump seals, repacking grease in bearings.
05/2003 to 01/2006 Millwright
Winner Steel Inc – Sharon, PA
Rebuilt locomotives and mechanical component parts.
Adjusted alignment of drills, cutters, dies, guides, and holding devices.
Employed different welding techniques to assemble parts rolling components to the
replacement of pillow block bearings.
Serviced systems for air handling, hydraulic, electrical, valves, circuits and pumps.
Installed new machinery, all replacement parts.
Obtained measurements, readings with use of volt, ohm meters, IC testers, dial indicators.
09/1992 to 09/2002Squad Leader
US Army – Ft Hood, TX
Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
Trained in use of tear gas and explosives.
Employed, fired and recovered anti-personnel and anti-tank mines.
Expert in tactical and technical global warfare engagement.
Aided superiors in the planning, resourcing to the execution of more than 80 mounted,
dismounted operations.
Reviewed disciplinary, adverse actions and made recommendations.

2014 BSBA – Bachelor of Science in Business – BSBA -Human Resource Management :
Colorado Technical University – Colorado Springs, CO

2009 Certification: HVACR
Wichita Technical Institute – Topeka, KS

EPA Universal Certification
HVACR Certification
Electrical/Mechanical Millwright
Hazardous Material Certification
Hazardous Cargo Certification

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