Nuclear Industry Project Leader Resume Sample

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NUCLEAR INDUSTRY PROJECT LEADER

Resourceful and focused professional repeatedly recognized for delivering quality piping, mechanical, electrical and associated maintenance requirements for 25+ years. Track record of establishing and channeling processes that are protective of reliability, cost and efficiency. Innovative with sharp analytical and troubleshooting capabilities. Applies practical hands-on experience to solve problems and promote best practices. Steers full project cycle at micro and macro levels, delivering to all specification parameters. Highly regarded for possessing outstanding interpersonal skills across all levels of the corporate mix. Flexible and stable work ethic is underscored by a positive team-building attitude. Offering strengths in:

  • Safety Compliance
  • Administrative Detailing & Reporting
  • Corrective Action Procedures
  • Complaint & Dispute Resolution
  • Sound Decision Making
  • Cost Containment & Budgetary Adherence
  • Project Management
  • Job Costing & Estimates
  • Interdepartmental Communications
  • Process Improvements

QUALIFICATIONS IN ACTION

SUPERINTENDENT
Babcock & Wilcox, Pickering NGS, ON
2001 - Present

Retained to head the piping, mechanical and electrical site functions, as well as the removal and installation of moderator heat exchangers in this 24-7 operational environment. Provide direction to the leaders tasked to open/close boilers; remove scrubbers/cyclones, and inspect steam generators; and install divider plates. Accountable for the results of 300 trades professionals including Electricians, Millwrights, Boilermakers, Carpenters, Pipe Fitters, Insulators, Material Coordinators, Schedulers, Mechanical Engineers, Safety Officers (SO), Quality Control (QC), General Foremen, Foremen, Area Coordinators. Report to and vigilantly communicate with Site Manager twice daily. Without fail, has not exceeded budgetary confinements.

  • Realized the benefits of initiating early morning pre-job meetings with Scheduler, Area Coordinator, QC and SO, to review safety planning and scheduling before meeting with OPG. Results generated more focused dialogue and cohesive team communication. Earned positive response from an OPG Director.
  • Meticulously research and track SO’s reports. Scrutinize representative data regarding lost time injuries, medical aid, and first aid calls.
  • Strong detail orientation serves to guide and monitor the General Foreman. Lend insight to correct tool selection/availability, all materials, blueprints and procedural strategy.
  • Completes administrative details like reporting schedule status, safety updates, and budget monitoring.
  • Keeps safety at the forefront. Operated with 1 million hours of no lost time injury from 2001 to 2005.
  • Particularly skilled in sourcing specialized equipment for remote tooling. Consults with design teams.
  • Regarded as the senior rigging resource. Ensures the correct sized-crane; proper equipment; and designated load target are in sync with site requirements.
  • Key figure in the estimate preparation process. Determines man hours, timelines, and materials. For the Pickering Restart Project, worked with a 20-member team to do costing, reviews, changes, and subsequently presented to OPG.
  • Intuitively familiar with the collective agreements and jurisdictions of each specific trade, an invaluable asset during review formal grievances and labour disturbances.
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
Philip Services Inc. RMF Delta,  Marathon Ashland Oil Refinery, Detroit, MI
2000

Called in for the annual turn-around. Managed a General Foremen with direct accountability for a 150-member, multi-trade workforce. Completed assignment on time and within budget.

GENERAL FOREMAN
Babcock & Wilcox, Terrace Bay, Espanola and Petro Canada
2000

Personally called from the Site Manager to oversee the boiler superheat replacements on the pulp mills and oil refinery. Crews ranged from 15 – 60 on both day and night shifts.

BOILERMAKER SUPERINTENDENT
Delta Catalytic, Petro Canada, Mississauga, ON
2000

Performed annual turn-around duties with 225 boilermakers, and a Foreman and General Foremen as direct reports. Requested to fulfill Site Manger’s role, in conjunction with Superintendent accountabilities.

SUPERINTENDENT
Comstock Canada Limited, Imperial Oil, Nanticoke, ON
2000

Selected by the union hall to retray towers and various repairs to heat exchangers. During work, site was identified as an Asbestos Environment. Immediately channeled efforts for expeditious and complete removal. Even with this setback, still met designated timeframe.

MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
Philips Services Inc. RMF, Delta, Marathon Ashland Oil Refinery, Detroit MI
2000

Directed the annual turn-around for the Alky Unit.

EARLIER WORK

Project Manager: Led efforts for the annual turn-around of general maintenance on towers, vessels and drums. E.S. Fox, Imperial Oil, Nanticoke, ON (1999)

Superintendent: Installed and erected conveyer system and packaging equipment. Thompson Miller, Christie Brown Ltd., Toronto, ON (1999)

Supervisor: Annual-turn around on the Hydrobon Unit, towers, drums, new piping and valves, heat exchangers and reactor maintenance. Delta Catalytic, Imperial Oil, Mississauga, ON (1999)

General Foreman: Annual-turn around of recovery and power boilers. Removed and installed divider plates in boilers at Pickering Nuclear Power Development. Supervisor of the opening, closing and barking of boilers, plus the modifications of bellows covers at Darlington Nuclear Power Development. (1998 - 1999) 

Management Consultant: Supervised all mechanical, electrical and support trades on a scheduled maintenance turn-around. S.T. Delta, Come-Bye-Chance Oil Refinery, Nfld (1998)

Foreman: Supervised boiler repairs at Cornwall, ON. Completed boiler repairs at Smooth Rock Falls, ON and Terrace Bay, ON. Babcock & Wilcox Cambridge, ON (1998)

Sub-Foreman: Installed condenser modules and nozzles in steam generators. Ontario Hydro, Pickering Nuclear Development, Pickering, ON (1997 - 1998)

Maintenance Support: Completed repairs on heat exchangers, vessels, drums, and condensers for regular turn-around. Conducted testing as required. Edmonton Exchanger, Husky Oil, Lloydminister, SK (1997)

Project Leader: Refurbished and upgraded hydrogen furnace at Weyerhaeuser Pulp and Paper Mill. Completed annual turn-around on boilers and repaired boilers and installed new expansion joints on ductwork at Suncor, Fort McMurray, AB. Babcock & Wilcox, Co-Op Refinery, Regina, SK (1997)

After initial trades training honed industry knowledge accepting multiple Foreman and Site Superintendent tasks at locations across the country including Ontario Hydro, Bruce Nuclear Power Dev, Delta Catalytic Petro Canada Oil Refinery, Sheafer Townsend, Newfoundland Processing Ltd., Catalytic Entreprises Ltd.

EDUCATION & SPECIALIZED TRAINING

BOILERMAKERS INTER-PROVINCIAL LICENSE - Ministry of Education and Training, Province of Ontario

SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE - University College of Cape Breton - Sydney, NS

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE - University College of Cape Breton -Sydney, NS

Courses include but are not limited to: Confined Space, Human Performance Overview, Advanced Health & Safety, Supervisor (C.S.A.O.), Continuous Behavior Observation, Environmental Awareness, CDI/Polar Customer Service, Job Safety Analysis (JSAs), Marketing, WHMIS


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