Facilities Manager

Tampa, FL

Tampa, FL 33579
(757) 848-8206 | watts23602@yahoo.com


Facilities Manager, Admin and Food Industry. Professional with over 15 years management experience within US Foods, C&S Wholesale Grocers, and the United States Military. Skilled in managing employees, organizational assets, and departmental functions. Responsible for day-to-day maintenance operations, security, sanitation, and safety for a 340,000ft2 facility including office facility operations. Coordinate and manage all CapEx/expense projects and maintenance. Versatile in all areas of maintenance production including quality assurance, scheduling, budgeting, time-management, inventory, wastewater, fuel-tankers, facility projects, and safety programs. A professional manager with proven abilities to successfully train and motivate employees to work in a safe environment.


US Foods October 2013-Present
Facilities Manager Tampa, FL
• Manage facilities maintenance team scheduling repairs, planned maintenance, and hiring practices
• Maintain facility contracts including those related to HVAC, fire system, pest control, security, MHE, grounds, vending services, and two refrigeration plants, meanwhile facilitating all CapEx/expense projects
• Utilized CMMS to manage employee work orders to ensure delivery of high quality and timely work
• Direct facility cleaning crew to ensure site cleanliness inside and around the outside perimeter of the building
• Perform daily facility inspections to identify safety issues, site damage, electrical hazards, plumbing and HVAC issues
• Coordinate facilities waste disposal including pick up and disposal of hazardous materials and trash
• Oversee and monitor the budget for maintenance, safety, and security
• Serve as the assistant FSQA coordinator
• Manage facility SPCC/Environmental plan

C&S Wholesale October 2012-October 2013
Facilities Maintenance Supervisor Birmingham, AL
• Supervised and managed 15 maintenance facility employees including MHE techs, Ammonia refrigeration techs, facility maintenance techs, electrician tech, and parts administration techs; provided supervisory leadership during employees’ scheduled time off
• Analyzed daily operations such as monitoring parts requisition and purchase orders, completing work orders, assessing damage, providing preventive maintenance, and scheduling
• Oversaw budget management, monitoring daily and weekly spending assets and executing capital/expense improvements
• Coordinated both daily employees’ work orders using CMMS and oversaw performance of labor for all shops
• Communicated with inbound and outbound departments such as operations, human resources, safety, and transportation
• Managed environmental issues such as storm water, hazardous material storage, and disposal
• Monitored and observed outsource manufacturing affiliates completing tasks at company facility
• Managed PSM/RMP program
• Responsible for day-to-day maintenance operation of a 1.2 million sq. ft. facility
• Provided management to 55,000ft2 office building including landscaping, utilities, maintenance, and inspections
Icelandic Foods/High-Liner Foods October 2007-January 2012
Ammonia Refrigeration/Plant Operator Newport News, VA
• Performed planned maintenance and routine repairs on screw compressors and water pumps
• Repaired and serviced ammonia evaporators, blast freezers, water chillers, ventilation systems, and evaporative condensers
• Performed electrical trouble shooting on all company machinery as well as maintenance repairs and safety repairs on HVAC systems, Albany, and Rytec doors
• Operated Forklift machinery as well as a complex ammonia refrigeration plant monitoring Mystic system

United States Military August 1999-July 2007 Virginia Beach, VA

Aviation Structural Mechanic/Coordinator for Hazardous Material – Branch – Navy – AIMD Oceana
• Work center supervisor for Airframe, composite shop, and tire repair shop
• Served as divisional Hazmat Coordinator
• Provided quality assurance as the collateral duty aviation inspector
• Six sigma, 6S, Lean event team member for AIMD

Engineman and Calibration Technician – Branch – Navy – USS CARTER HALL (LSD 50)
• Served as a small boat engineer and conducted maintenance on small boat engines/operating systems
• Monitored and maintained shipboard air conditioning chillers, and reefer units
• Conducted PMs and repair on hydraulic system, electrical motors, elevators, low and high pressure air systems, valves, steam systems, and galley equipment (facilities repairs)
• Performed calibration using calibration standards
• Performed JP-5 pump room operations
• Tested aircraft fuel
• Supervised junior technicians


Thomas Edison State College Trenton, NJ
BS in Applied Science and Technology (in progress)

Thomas Edison State College Trenton, NJ
AAS in Mechanics and Maintenance


• Aviation Structural Mechanic Certifications
• Maintenance Engineering Certifications
• Operator 1 Industrial Refrigeration RETA Certificate
• EPA Universal Certifications
• CPR/AED Certified
• HACCP Certified
• 40hr Hazardous Material Control/Management Course
• 30hr Hazardous Materials Technician /Certification
• Tank Management Training for Spills/Storm Water
• Naval Leadership Training for Supervisors
• JP-5 Technician Fuel Testing
• Engineering Common Core/Mechanical Core
• Advanced Composite Repair
• Gauge Calibration
• AIS Data Entry Training
• CISCO Network
• Sexual Abuse Victim Advocate Training•
• Basic Electricity Training
• Six Sigma/Lean Management/Theory of Complaint Technical Training

  • Updated 8 years ago

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