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Professional Power Plant Engineer with wide-ranging expertise and experience as well as highly stable career background in all phases of Project Management, seeking a challenging assignment
Domestic/International Project Management ~ Nuclear Plant Operations ~ Power Generation ~ Component Engineering & Re-Design ~ Engineering Collaboration ~ Meeting Schedules ~ Issue Resolution ~ Inspections ~ Outage Pre-Planning/Tooling/EHS/Logistics/Execution ~ Construction Management ~ Mechanical System Installation ~ Design Development ~ System Administration
Long-term career, stable career built with industry leader General Electric
Highly experienced in performing broad array of Power Generation Systems-related actions, including Engineering outage preplanning, design/re-design development and problem/issue resolution
Particularly skilled in meeting/exceeding project timeframes and continually providing technical support while working collaboratively with other involved entities in assuring successful completion of tasks and projects
Production leadership demonstrated while directing in-depth generator testing; recorded productivity gains due to performing/maintaining needed changes and successfully improved Customer Relations while maintaining focus on organizational business objectives and priorities
Performance excellence was acknowledged by organization with President s Award for Quality due to continual provision of/focus on assuring that all products and services are produced and performed in alignment with company directives toward providing world-class quality
Consistently employ exceptional management capabilities during project by enforcing all safety issues and assuring strict adherence to company directives; typically report zero accidents or any incidents related to of safety problems or concerns
Offer particular excellence in communicating with multiple personnel levels, utilizing effective and persuasive written as well as verbal skills, and offer highest competencies whether working independently or as a contributing team member
Lead Field Service and Technical Advising Specialist, GE Power, New York 2011 Present
Successfully met Project Management responsibilities for completion of Cerrnavoda U1 Generrex dome project, including outage pre-planning activities, i.e. tooling, EHS, logistics and execution; utilized information surfaced during 2R19 activities to ensure successful correction of problems/errors.
Reported zero injury/safety/quality issues during project and completed modifications well within required timeframes; also oversaw welding activities and developed needed documentation for APS, responsibilities that exceeded average nuclear plant requirements.
For APSW Palo Verde 3R19 project, began with engineering and component re-design based on earlier-acquired data; utilized initial design issued to Engineering and worked with department on design and drawing/BOM reviews.
Continually provide expertise to power generation projects requiring rapid response/outstanding analysis; such projects have included field rewind of Arthur Kill, Peach Bottom Nuclear field vibration and the Salem Nuclear forced outage.
Strong contributing problem-solving member of FE Council; as GS/FE provide technical support to SMs, GSs and FEs internationally for PLM, procedures and estimates, consistently focusing on supporting organizational growth.
Assigned to PSED Salem Nuclear PP to oversee four GS personnel in providing 24/7 coverage of GE generator testing in abnormal conditions; generator and iso-phase duct were successfully tested with SWC cooling operating and generator gassed up; results indicated tested areas were not problem source and testing was re-directed.
Lead Test Specialist, GE Component & Development Testing, Engineering/Technology, Schenectady, NY 2007 - 2011
Held comprehensive responsibilities as Project Manager/LTE for 330H CR, Subsonic Air Turbine and Generator Armature Test Lab; oversaw P&E/other expenditures and managed engineering design/re-design of crucial systems at C&DT as well as new installations.
C&DT lead role collaborated with Engineering teams to achieve/exceed CTQs;
also served as Operations Leader during crucial 13-week schedule including
successful installation/implementation of Corp Focus 5.
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Lead Facilitator Generator Test, GE Generator Manufacturing, Schenectady, NY 2005 - 2007
Expertly employed production leadership while directing multiple aspects of generator test, including balance pit, stator wind, field wind stack, clean and retaining ring machining; recorded productivity gains and successfully improved customer relations while maintaining focus on organizational business objectives/priorities.
Regularly participated in all offered Leadership Skills training, building on company core values, and collaboratively engaged with union officials/HR Personnel to resolve any productivity/disciplinary/safety issues; during assignment, MES compliance increased throughout organization.
Demonstrated strong team support by working extended hours and, while maintaining main assignment responsibilities, added responsibilities of General Final Assembly Operations Leader on first shift as well as off-shift.
Managed multiple safety-related assignments and was supportive participant in EHS/VPP safety audits; also corrected NC utilizing Maximo, EHS and other available resources and expertly trained Safety Representatives in use of Maximo.
Selected by management to co-chair VPP sub-committee and provide on-site inspections; also served as member of Employee Involvement Committee and conducted plant-wide self-evaluation actions.
Directed weekly safety meetings, focusing on array of crucial issues; also attended all EHS monthly safety meetings, ensured that HE received training utilizing JSA and other relevant training, and updated all records/documentation.
Was recipient of President s Award for Quality as acknowledgement of continually emphasizing importance of providing quality products and services in all endeavors and actions.
Additionally, completed two NIKEs, a major product for 2007 and scheduled for completion in 2008; worked closely with Engineering Team to edit any obsolete/non-adhered-to processes, and collaborated with QPE/Engineering regarding various production issues.
Manufacturing Facilitator (Supervisor), GE, Stator COE, New York 2001 - 2005
During 2001 reported 51% reduction in OSHA-reportable injuries including 18 OSHA-related issues, 14 requiring First Aid and two near-miss occurrences; directed weekly safety meetings, authorized hourly safety representative to conduct audits and report any non-compliance, participated in EHSW/VPP safety audits and utilized Maximo/EHS/other resources to correct non-conformance issues.
Worked with QPE personnel to develop production-related methods that supported importance of achieving highest possible levels of quality performance; was successful in contributing to a 40% reduction in QCR defects by surfacing poor performance of hourly personnel in a timely manner.
Oversaw successful completion of cost-saving projects including: Project A52276.1, Preventative Maintenance Braze Units that resulted in a total savings of $11.48K; Project A76102.1, Implementation of Block Gage Tool with savings of $15K; and Project A75736, EHS on the Web which provided digitization for recording safety training matrix for stator.
Also increased productivity of stator wind by implementing production standards set by COE leader, resulting in exceptional productivity levels of 10.5%; also shipped 114 generators vs. plan of 115, and contributed to a 2Q record of generator builds at 37.
Designed crucial shift-assignment form that allowed clear communication of daily production issues/status from third-shift personnel to following first-shift workers; also employed Productivity Block Tracking program that recorded productivity/production issues, dealt with under-performing personnel, developed seven contact reports and improved MES compliance to 80% in December 2002, up from 30% in May 2002.
Earlier, with General Electric, held assignments as Test Specialist and Ceramic Technician
Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, NY, Associates Degree, Mechanical Technology
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
Additional Coursework in Mechanical Technology toward Bachelor of Science degree
Project Management Fundamentals at GE, 2015, Building Essential Leadership Skills (BELS), 2006, Effective Coaching Skills, 2006, Hiring the Right People, 2006, Six Sigma Green Belt Lean, 1998
MSHA New Miner Training, 2017, Basic First Aid, 2017, PSM Petroleum Safety Management, 2015,
TWIC, 2015, GE Generator Specialist School, 2012, OSHA Construction, 2000, Tap Root, 2000
Membership ISA, ASME, AWS
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