Neal Petrus

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Neal Petrus Last updated: 12/12/13
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Lorton, VA 22079

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Resume Headline: Neal Petrus – Maintenance Shift Supervisor Resume Value: ekjy8h3zmusnd9rs

H: (703) 372-5747 C: (703) 624-9468 email:

Facilities maintenance shift supervisor and technician with extensive experience in maintenance operations, possesses a strong technical background including power generation, uninterruptable power supply (UPS), electrical distribution and electrical system, electronics and HVAC systems.

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IAP Worldwide Services/ Greenway Enterprises INC 2005 – 2013
Operations and Maintenance Shift Supervisor
• Supervised an O&M team for a specialized Government facility to ensure mission and operational readiness
• Responsible for day to day shift operation and maintenance of building functions and equipment
• Coordinated and managed subcontractor support for ongoing maintenance operations
• Inspected, maintained, and repaired facility equipment, which includes chillers, generators, UPS and building automated systems


Power Technician, White House Communications Agency, Washington DC (2002-2005)
• Coordinated and installed temporary electrical systems for all telecommunication system on over 80 deployments
• Served as Assistance Presidential Communication Officer responsible for coordination and installation of telecommunications equipment on remote sites
• Installed, tested, and repaired uninterruptable power supplies ranging from 2.1 KVA – 100 KVA.
• Trained over 100 personnel on electrical safety and electrical and electronic theories and their implementations
• Setup, operated and maintained portable air conditioning system which supported critical telecommunication on over 50 international deployments

Generator Shop Foreman, 61ST Maintenance Combat Support Battalion, South Korea
(2001- 2002)
• Supervised seven generator technicians assigning day to day workloads
• Responsible for identifying and performing preventive and corrective maintenance on over 40 power generation systems
• Performed Quality Assessment/Quality Control of all mechanical and electrical repairs

Power Technician, White House Communications Agency, Washington DC (1993-2001)
• Developed electrical training program for new incoming electrical power technicians, which reduced their qualifications time by 25%.
• Assisted in the survey and documenting of electrical systems which produced up-to-date electrical blueprints for three government buildings
• Installed electrical systems containing primary and secondary power sources with uninterruptible power supplies integrated to provide no break capabilities on over 100 international deployments
• Operated standard test and metering equipment, including multi-meter, ammeter, wattmeter, power analyzer and oscilloscope.
• Assisted in design proposal of 2.5 kilovolt load banks and portable three phase transformers

Power Generation Equipment Repairer 1st Signal Battalion, Germany (1989-1993)
• Provided essential support as a generator technician during Desert Storm/ Desert Shield
• Assisted HVAC technician in servicing and repairing air conditioning system on mobile telecommunication vehicles
• Performed additional duties as shop safety monitor and shop fire marshal, with no accidental or violations during that period.

Power Generation Equipment Repairer Field Experimentation Center, California (1988-1989)
• Responsible for rewiring and overhauling seven diesel generator engine systems
• Installed and maintained power electrical systems with emergency backup power for research and development of various new military tactical equipment
• Maintained, tracked and updated equipment service schedule

Power Generation Equipment Repairer 17th Signal Battalion, Germany (1986-1988)
• Identified, troubleshot and repaired electrical and mechanic fault on entire generator systems, including engine, governor control, voltage regulator and main alternator
• Installed single phase and three phase electrical distribution system with backup generators in a tactical environment
• Serviced and maintained gasoline and diesel engine generators ranging from 5kw – 60kw

• B.S. Electronic Engineering Technology, Grantham University Kansas City, MO (2010)

Health and Safety Training
• FirstAid/CPR/AED Certification
• Use and care of Personal Protective Equipment
including SCBA

• Fire Brigade Training • Hearing Conservation Training
• Confined Space Training • Respirator care and usage

Specialized Technical Education, Training, and Certifications
• Powerware S80-150 UPS Level I Course, Powerware Global Services, Raleigh, NC (2004)
• National Electric Code, National Technology Transfer, Inc., Washington, DC (2002)
• Industrial Electronics, National Technology Transfer, Inc., Washington, DC (2002)
• CFC Certification, Rockville, MD (Universal certified) (2002)
• Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, National Technology Transfer, Inc., Washington, DC (2002)
• Troubleshooting Electrical Control Circuits, National Technology Transfer, Inc., Washington, DC (2002)
• Fiber Optic Theory and Maintenance, National Security Agency, Bethesda, MD (2002)
• Grounding Electrical Systems, National Technology Transfer, Inc., Washington, DC (2002)

Experience BACK TO TOP

Job Title Company Experience
Maintenance Shift Supervisor Iap World Services, Inc. – Present

Additional Info BACK TO TOP

Current Career Level: Experienced (Non-Manager)

Work Status: US – I am authorized to work in this country for any employer.

Target Job: Target Job Title: Maintenance Shift Supervisor

Target Company: Company Size:


• Facilities Management/Maintenance

Target Locations: Selected Locations: US-VA-Fairfax/Manassas/Reston

  • Updated 8 years ago

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