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CV Turnaround Logistics Coordinator Suncor Energy ExxonMobil Pasadena Refining Shell CITGO

 
Turnaround Logistics Coordinator Suncor Energy ExxonMobil Pasadena Refining Shell CITGO

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CV/Resume ID no.: 123109

Location (Residence): St. Amant, United States
Citizenship: United States
 
Languages:
  Native: English United States
  Other: None
 
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
Education:
  High School in general

Years of Experience: 6 years
Authorized to work in:
   United States
Present Location:
   United States, St. Amant
Relocation:
   Anywhere (International)
 
Expertise
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Logistics/Transport Logistics Experienced 11 years
Logistics/Transport Supply Chain Experienced 11 years
 
CV/Resume Details
 
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

Looking for a position that will show my experience

2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Summary of Experience:
 Background in the industrial service & construction industries.
 Highly competent in utilizing industry standards coupled with personal experience to plan, manage and execute projects and turnaround logistics / coordination.
 Experienced in contract / contractor coordination
 Ownership and operation of a commercial and industrial rental, sales and service company.
 Knowledgeable and experienced in business aspects of operations.
 Skilled and capable in operation, repair and maintenance of construction equipment.



EXPERIENCE


September 2009 to SUNCOR ENERGY USA DENVER, CO
June 2011 Turnaround Logistics Coordinator – Universal Personnel
Developed and executed the turnaround logistics plan for a total refinery outage. Turnaround metrics; estimated 29 days oil-to-oil, estimated manpower 1200 workers, expense portion estimated at $46MM.
Developed the site logistics schedule and action plan. Responsible for the planning and execution of
turnaround logistics as it relates to;
 Personnel Transportation. Planning for the safe transportation of workers in and out of the plant during the turnaround timeframe.
 Temporary Facilities. Planning for the facilities that will provide for the turnaround infrastructure
 Turnaround Safety, Environmental & Industrial Hygiene. Planning for the temporary safety measures, the handling and disposal of waste materials required for the turnaround
 Turnaround Security. All aspects of traffic control with local refinery security personnel. All security measures related to illegal contraband, etc.
In addition to the duties listed above, performed the following detailed activities;
 Coordinate on-boarding of contractors.
 Acquired and set-up onsite and offsite temporary material storage areas.
 Coordinate acquisition of and placement of all temporary office facilities for turnaround personnel.
 Fulfilled transportation needs for all turnaround supervision.
 Coordinate construction and managed temporary lunch facility for all turnaround personnel.
 Worked with refinery security department on temporary badging locations for workers.
 Designed and coordinated installation of temporary badging locations for workers.
 Worked with refinery electrical department to determine temporary power needs for turnaround.
 Assisted refinery electrical department in placement of all temporary generators.
 Worked with refinery operations to determine supplemental plant air needs. Placed all compressors in predetermined locations.
 Developed and oversaw all aspects of the rental equipment needs for the entire turnaround.
 Worked with onsite rental company equipment coordinators and technicians on a daily basis to make sure all equipment was working properly and was put on rent and taken off rent at right times.
 Developed and oversaw the refueling plan for all equipment related to the turnaround.
 Coordinated transportation from offsite parking area to refinery for all turnaround workers.



January 2009 to EXXON/MOBIL TORRANCE, CA
May 2009 Field Sub-Contractor Coordinator – Jacobs Field Services ESP PROJECT
Estimated completion of project, 18 months. Estimated 2 million plus man-hours. Projected $360 million.
 Monitor subcontractors work ensuring it is performed in compliance with industry standards and project specifications.
 Ensure a safe working environment in which everyone demonstrates their commitment to ZERO accident/injury philosophy and follows OSHA standards.
 Monitors subcontractor’s methods, productivity and manpower versus project schedule requirements. Implement remedial action and adjustments as required.
 Monitor the execution and updating of the detailed field work schedules and coordinate subcontractors as required by the construction schedule and budget.
 Monitor subcontractor compliance with all contract terms and conditions during the execution of their work.
 Single point of contact for subcontractors performing the work per contract agreement and construction packages.
 Ensure all permits and JHA’s are complete and follow the scope of work listed.



October 2008 to EXXON/MOBIL TORRANCE, CA
January 2009 Logistics Coordinator – Jacobs Field Services JANUARY 2009 TURNAROUNDS
Developed and executed the turnaround logistics plan for 3 planned refinery unit outages.
Turnaround metrics: estimated 45 days oil-to-oil, estimated manpower 800-1000 workers.
Developed the site logistics schedule and action plan. Responsible for the planning and execution of
turnaround logistics as it relates to:
 Personnel Transportation. Planning for the safe transporting workers in and out of the plant during the turnaround timeframe.
 Temporary Facilities. Planning for the facilities that will provide for the turnaround infrastructure
 Turnaround Safety, Environmental & Industrial Hygiene. Planning for the temporary safety measures, the handling and disposal of waste materials required for the turnaround
In addition to the duties listed above, performed the following detailed activities;
 Coordinated construction and managed 3 temporary lunch facilities for all turnaround personnel.
 Worked with refinery security department on temporary badging for workers.
 Worked with refinery electrical department to determine temporary power needs for turnaround.
 Worked with refinery operations to determine supplemental plant air and electrical needs. Placed all compressors & generators in predetermined locations.
 Worked with turnaround contractors, planners and crane contractor to ensure all cranes were placed in accordance with turnaround scheduling, as well as minimal impact to other work in the same areas.
 Worked with onsite rental company equipment coordinators and technicians on a daily basis to make sure all equipment was working properly and was put on rent and taken off rent at right times.
 Developed and oversaw the refueling plan for all equipment related to the turnaround.
 Oversaw readiness of parking area for turnaround workers.
 Coordinated transportation from parking area into refinery for all turnaround workers.



August 2008 to EXXON/MOBIL TORRANCE, CA
October 2009 Field Sub-Contractor Coordinator (Scaffolding) – Jacobs Field Services ESP PROJECT
Estimated completion of project, 18 months. Estimated 2 million plus man-hours. Projected $360 million.
 Monitor subcontractors work ensuring it is performed in compliance with industry standards and project specifications.
 Ensure a safe working environment in which everyone demonstrates their commitment to ZERO accident/injury philosophy and follows OSHA standards.
 Monitors subcontractor’s methods, productivity and manpower versus project schedule requirements. Implement remedial action and adjustments as required.
 Monitor the execution and updating of the detailed field work schedules and coordinate subcontractors as required by the construction schedule and budget.
 Monitor subcontractor compliance with all contract terms and conditions during the execution of their work.
 Single point of contact for subcontractors performing the work per contract agreement and construction packages.
 Ensure all permits and JHA’s are complete and follow the scope of work listed.



April 2008 to ALON USA BIG SPRING, TX
June 2008 Logistics Coordinator – Axis Global Consultants FIRE REBUILD PROJECT
Developed and executed a turnaround logistics plan for fire rebuild project.
Project metrics: estimated completion of work scope, 8 months. Estimated manpower 1500-1800 workers.
Developed a site logistics action plan.
Responsible for the planning and execution of site logistics as it relates to:
 Planning for the safe transporting workers from the offsite parking area to/from the plant during the project timeframe.
 Worked with refinery IT group to have adequate phone and data lines installed at all temporary office locations on site.
 Implemented plant wide parking plan to handle additional workers on site.
 Developed and implemented in plant vehicle allowance for each contractor.
 Planning for the facilities that will provide for the project infrastructure.
 Oversaw the construction of a lunch area for all project workers, as well as oversaw the construction of the lunch facilities.
 Worked with refinery security department on implementing badging system for all refinery workers, both temporary and permanent.
 Designed and coordinated, along with refinery IT group, installation of temporary and permanent electronic badging locations for refinery.
 Located and leased offsite property. Designed and oversaw the construction of a temporary parking area for all project workers.
 Set up temporary electronic badging ‘house’ at temporary parking lot.
 Worked with security and cost control department to ensure that all headcounts were turned in on time and accurate.
 Managed construction equipment lists per contractor to ensure that any equipment, no longer needed, was removed from site.


November 2007 to PASADENA REFINING SYSTEMS, INC. PASADENA, TX
April 2008 Turnaround Logistics Coordinator – Turner Industries
Developed and executed the turnaround logistics plan for 2 planned refinery unit outages.
Turnaround metrics: estimated 24 days oil-to-oil, estimated manpower 450-500 workers for each outage.
Developed the site logistics schedule and action plan. Responsible for the planning and execution of
turnaround logistics as it relates to:
 Personnel Transportation. Planning for the safe transporting workers in and out of the plant during the turnaround timeframe.
 Temporary Facilities. Planning for the facilities that will provide for the turnaround infrastructure
 Turnaround Safety, Environmental & Industrial Hygiene. Planning for the temporary safety measures, the handling and disposal of waste materials required for the turnaround
 Turnaround Security. All aspects of traffic control with local police department and refinery security personnel. All security measures related to illegal contraband, etc.
In addition to the duties listed above, performed the following detailed activities;
 Coordinate construction and managed temporary lunch facility for all turnaround personnel.
 Worked with refinery security department on temporary badging locations for workers.
 Designed and coordinated installation of temporary badging locations for workers.
 Worked with refinery electrical department to determine temporary power needs for turnaround.
 Worked with refinery operations to determine supplemental plant air needs. Placed all compressors in predetermined locations.
 Developed and oversaw all aspects of the rental equipment needs for the entire turnaround.
 Worked with onsite rental company equipment coordinators and technicians on a daily basis to make sure all equipment was working properly and was put on rent and taken off rent at right times.
 Developed and oversaw the refueling plan for all equipment related to the turnaround.
 Oversaw readiness of 2 parking areas for turnaround workers.
 Coordinated transportation from parking and lunch area to refinery for all turnaround workers.


February 2007 to SUNCOR ENERGY USA DENVER, CO
November 2007 Turnaround Logistics Coordinator – Universal Personnel
Developed and executed the turnaround logistics plan for a total refinery outage. Turnaround metrics; estimated 28 days oil-to-oil, estimated manpower 850 workers, expense portion estimated at $30MM.
Developed the site logistics schedule and action plan. Responsible for the planning and execution of
turnaround logistics as it relates to;
 Personnel Transportation. Planning for the safe transporting workers in and out of the plant during the turnaround timeframe.
 Temporary Facilities. Planning for the facilities that will provide for the turnaround infrastructure
 Material Handling, Warehousing & Storage. Planning for the way material will be transported into the plant, stored and issued before, during and after the turnaround
 Turnaround Safety, Environmental & Industrial Hygiene. Planning for the temporary safety measures, the handling and disposal of waste materials required for the turnaround
 Turnaround Security. All aspects of traffic control with local police department and refinery security personnel. All security measures related to illegal contraband, etc.
In addition to the duties listed above, performed the following detailed activities;
 Coordinate on-boarding of all contractors
 Acquired and set-up onsite and offsite temporary material storage areas.
 Coordinate acquisition of and placement of all temporary office facilities for turnaround personnel.
 Fulfilled transportation needs for all turnaround supervision.
 Coordinate construction and managed temporary lunch facility for all turnaround personnel.
 Worked with refinery security department on temporary badging locations for workers.
 Designed and coordinated installation of temporary badging locations for workers.
 Worked with refinery electrical department to determine temporary power needs for turnaround.
 Assisted refinery electrical department in placement of all temporary generators.
 Worked with refinery operations to determine supplemental plant air needs. Placed all compressors in predetermined locations.
 Developed and oversaw all aspects of the rental equipment needs for the entire turnaround.
 Worked with onsite rental company equipment coordinators and technicians on a daily basis to make sure all equipment was working properly and was put on rent and taken off rent at right times.
 Developed and oversaw the refueling plan for all equipment related to the turnaround.
 Designed and oversaw construction of 10 acre parking and lunch area for turnaround workers.
 Coordinated transportation from parking and lunch area to refinery for all turnaround workers.


September 2006 to SHELL CHEMICALS DEER PARK, TX
November 2006 Sub-contractor Coordinator – Turner Industries
As a Shell Subcontracts Coordinator, I was the first point of contact for Contracted Companies. I was
responsible for ensuring all these companies are notified, mobilized and ready for execution as scheduled.

My duties were, but not limited to, the following:
• Ensured Shell Contracted Companies had an approved purchase order before their field activities could begin.
• Scheduled reviews of schedules, during pre-work, with Shell Contracted Companies and ensured that their appropriate schedules were reviewed.
• Ensured Shell Contracted Companies employees had been orientated for this turnaround.
• Worked with the Turnaround Field Coordinators, to direct Shell Contracted Companies daily activities.
• Scheduled and made contact with Shell Contracted Companies according to schedules.
• Was the initial point of contact for Shell Contracted Companies as they reported for work.
• Attended Shell Contracted Companies daily safety meetings.
• Assisted and audited the Shell permitting process with the Shell Contracted Companies.
• Reviewed and signed Shell Contracted Companies daily timesheets
• Ensured Shell Contracted Companies updated their work schedules.
• Assisted with addenda process between Shell Contracted Companies and Shell.
• Initiated safety audits by Shell Contracted Companies
• Was responsible for Shell Contracted Companies gate passes.
• Was responsible for Shell Contracted Companies incident notifications.
• Was responsible for getting Shell Contracted Companies out of the facility when job is complete.
• Ensured that all ‘Yellow Book’ requirements were met by Shell Contracted Companies


June 2006 to CITGO PETROLEUM LEMONT, IL
August 2006 Turnaround Logistics Coordinator - Universal Personnel
Developed logistics site plan for partial refinery outage. Turnaround metrics; 45 days oil-to-oil, expense
portion estimated at $80MM. Turnaround manpower estimated at 1200-1500 people.
Developed the site logistics schedule and action plan. Responsible for the planning and execution of
turnaround logistics as it relates to;
 Personnel Transportation; Planning for the safe transporting workers in and out of the plant during the turnaround timeframe. Identify these flow patterns on the overall facility plot plan.
 Traffic Flow Patterns; Develop refinery traffic flow patterns to be used during the turnaround. Identify these flow patterns on the overall facility plot plan.
 Temporary Facilities: Locate areas to place all temporary office, laydown, fabrication, and lunch facilities. Identify these locations on the overall facility plot plan.
 Area Preparations; Work with refinery personnel, and contractors, preparing layouts for temporary parking lots and laydown areas.


February 2005 to SUNCOR ENERGY USA DENVER, CO
April 2006 Turnaround Logistics Coordinator - Universal Personnel
Developed and executed the turnaround logistics plan for a total refinery outage. Turnaround metrics; 42 days oil-to-oil, expense portion estimated at $45MM, 300,000 direct man-hours in combination with an additional 100,000 capital man-hours. Total turnaround manpower of 3,500 people and 800,000 manhours.
Developed the site logistics schedule and action plan. Responsible for the planning and execution of
turnaround logistics as it relates to;
 Personnel Transportation. Planning for the safe transporting workers in and out of the plant during the turnaround timeframe.
 Temporary Facilities. Planning for the facilities that will provide for the turnaround infrastructure
 Material Handling, Warehousing & Storage. Planning for the way material will be transported into the plant, stored and issued before, during and after the turnaround
 Turnaround Safety, Environmental & Industrial Hygiene. Planning for the temporary safety measures, the handling and disposal of waste materials required for the turnaround
 Turnaround Security
In addition to the duties listed above, performed the following detailed activities;
 Coordinate the development of the contract terms and conditions and monitor contractor compliance
 Coordinate on-boarding of all contractors
 Acquired and set-up onsite and offsite temporary material storage areas.
 Coordinate acquisition of and placement of all temporary office facilities for turnaround personnel.
 Fulfilled transportation needs for all turnaround supervision.
 Coordinate construction and managed temporary lunch facility for all turnaround personnel.
 Worked with refinery security department on temporary badging locations for workers and coordinated installation of temporary badging locations for workers.
 Worked with refinery electrical department to determine temporary power needs for turnaround. Assisted refinery electrical department in placement of all temporary generators.
 Worked with refinery operations to determine supplemental plant air needs. Placed all compressors in predetermined locations.
 Worked with onsite rental company equipment coordinators and technicians on a daily basis to make sure all equipment was working properly and was put on rent and taken off rent at right times.
 Oversaw refueling of all equipment during the turnaround.
 Worked with refinery leaders, and helped implement all personnel parking off site.
 Designed and oversaw construction of 15 acre parking area for turnaround workers.
 Coordinate transportation from parking area to refinery for approximately 3,500 turnaround workers.


1997 to January 2005 ACADIAN EQUIPMENT SERVICES BATON ROUGE, LA
Owner / Operator
Shop and field repair of commercial-industrial equipment such as backhoes, forklifts, air compressors, etc. Manage parts ordering and all business transactions.


1983 to 1997 TAYLOR RENTAL BATON ROUGE, LA
Owner / Operator
Shop and field repair of commercial-industrial equipment such as backhoes, forklifts, air compressors, etc. Manage parts ordering and all business transactions.


3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]

Education & Training:
St. Pauls High School, Covington, Louisiana
High School Diploma

Training & Certification
 Factory-certified for service by Multiquip Construction Equipment
 Factory-certified for service by Wacker Corporation


4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Good
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
-
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
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Turnaround Logistics Coordinator Suncor Energy ExxonMobil Pasadena Refining Shell CITGO
CV/Resume ID no.: 123109

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