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Objective I currently work as an Executive Maintenance Director.
I have been trained with operational systems including HVAC systems and electrical grids.
I am well adapted to working in multicultural professional environment.
Hard work and honesty are two virtues I structure my life around.


Mainstreet Health
Executive Maintenance Director
November 2018-Current

Responsible for managing the facilities organization, including maintenance,
engineering, Environment, Health & Safety and call other related areas as
assigned. I oversee construction and repair projects, and act as a Project
Manager. Plan, direct, and supervise day-to-day operations and activities of
maintenance departments. Provide guidance on coordination of maintenance
department workload and work assignments, make recommendations for
improvements. Monitor regulatory compliance appropriate to area such as
physical structures and related mechanical, electrical, water and sewage
operations. Ensure compliance with safety and quality practices and procedures
for all maintenance work. Research and recommend capital Improvement
budget for the maintenance area. Coordinate purchasing and contractor services
for maintenance operations with Executive Director. Responds to emergencies
as needed. Ensure continuous operation of critical systems. Manage activities of
assigned group(s) to ensure effective performance of function. Assist in the
development and recommendation of departmental budget. Determined and
Implement techniques to improve productivity, increase efficiencies, cut costs,
take advantage opportunities, and maintain state-of-art- practices. Improve
current procedures equipment to reduce downtime. Maintain Government,
State, and Local laws of procedures and documentation. Strong working
knowledge of Osha, TJC, DNV. Excellent negotiating skills. Working knowledge of
building trades Andover Controls, Energy Management, and Safety Assessments
of Facilities. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite-Word, Excel, Outlook and Visio.
SharePoint and Smartsheet. Ability to quickly learn proprietary database.
Participates in the supervision of staff. Responsibilities includes interviewing,
hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work;
addressing complaints and resolving problems. Proven experience,track record
Chillers,Boilers,RoofTop,Units,Split,Systems,Other refrigerant cooling
systems,Sump Pumps,Backflow Preventers, Generator Systems, and mission
critical operating systems. Kitchen appliance repairs/ monthly orientation class
training for new hires on Life Safety training.

Jones Lang LaSalle (Management for Texas Children’s Hospital)
Senior Operating Engineer
April 2014 – October 2018.

• Participates in training programs including personal development, safety
education, and technical advancement, and also maintains a superior attitude
toward professional development;
• Operates facility HVAC equipment including but not limited to boilers, chillers, air
handler units, cooling towers, pumps, and computerized environmental control
systems under the direction of the leader;
• Operates, maintains and participates in the testing of medical related systems such
as nurse call, medical air and vacuum, medical gases, steam generation;
• Analyzes special projects presented by property management and the leader
including, but not limited to: tenant construction, cost savings proposals, and
manpower development needs;
• Advances knowledge of repair, maintenance and utility expenditures by assisting
with budgeting of specific categories an vendor invoice approval;
• Learns supervisory skills by interaction with the apprentice engineer and day
porters on assigned tasks;
• Participates and maintains an advanced knowledge of the department’s
computerized “work order” software;
• Makes decisions to maximize the efficiency of plant operations;
• Participates in “on-call” rotation after hours and rotating weekend duty.
Responsible for Energy Management for the facilities and offsite clinics. Maintain
DNV and TJC Life Safety books for facilities walk-throughs and audits. Coordinating
with Departments Heads and building supervisors.

Boxer Property Management
Lead Facilities Maintenance Technician
October 2010 – April 2014

• Perform variety installation, preventative and corrective maintenance tasks to the
heating, ventilation, air conditioning systems, plumbing and equipment of client–
owned building to maintain their appearance, effective operation, safe operation
and other company objectives to a safe, clean, and productive environment for
employees and the general public;
• Maintain, repair, and inspect commercial HVAC systems. Troubleshoot electrical
and mechanical problems with HVAC equipment and other company equipment;
• Assist various contract company technicians with preventative maintenance
• Supervise and direct the activities of other workers associated with HVAC system
operation, repair, and installation;
• Inspect HVAC systems to verify compliance with plans specifications. Start
systems, observe operation, read gauges and instruments, and adjust mechanisms
such as actuators, valves, controls, and pumps to control system operations;
• Record temperature, pressure, and other readings on log sheets as directed;
• Operate refrigerant recovery equipment, vacuum pumps, charging equipment, and
services gauges;
• Replace or repair defectives HVAC equipment to repair HVAC systems;
• Perform plumbing services ranging from simple faucet repairs to water
installations and plumbing systems replacements;
• Serve as “essential personnel” and remains available for immediate call-in due to
any natural or manmade disaster, or any other event management deem necessary;

• Installation, maintenance and repair of domestic utility water systems, install,
maintain and repair water and air. Cut and thread pipe. Diagnose problems in
heating, cooling systems and plumbing. Experience in commercial and
Government property and facility management.

Union Pacific
Foreman Supervisor
January 2005 – May 2010

• Conducted movement of rail cars and train movements;
• Operated track switches (visually checks switch condition and route) to change the
direction of the engine or cars within yard limits or on the main track; may apply
or release hand brakes to switch or perform other duties;
• Observed, interpreted and relayed arm, lantern or radio signals and all other
indications affecting movement of a train;
• Read and understood the book of rules, timetables, bulletins, train orders, waybills,
placards, safety instructions, and other written or printed material;
• Prepared required daily reports; switched lists-manually or with computer;
• Inspected the condition of the train and equipment in movement and while
• May couple air and electrical connections between locomotives when making up
• Supervised 35 – 45 employees on maintenance engineering operations on a daily
• Hydraulic repairs, machine repairs. Provides scope of work for contract services
request for proposals related to track work being contracted out. Responsible for
maintenance,repair,and inspection of locomotives and railcars to assure they are
safely maintained in a quality,cost effective manner. Other responsibilities include
the managing of locomotive,service trackand/or car shop operations. Responsible
for responding and managing service interruptions within the terminal and the
mainline. Managing special projects in support of mechanical operations,personel
management,and enduring all work is being performed within company
guidelines,safety rules,and practices not to mention regulations FRA and AAR
standards. Moving railcars delivery and pick-up from chemical plants and track

Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Correctional Officer 3.
September 1999 – July 2004

• Performed routine work supervising the care and custody of offenders. Work
involved assisting in performing in-service training of staff. Worked under
moderate supervision with limited latitude for the use of initiative and
independent judgment;
• Supervised, instructed, trained, and ensured the safety of assigned employees; and
maintained care, custody, and adherence to rules and regulations by offenders
assigned to specific work area;
• Supervised and searched for contraband and provided security; counted, fed, and
supervised offenders in housing, work, and other areas accessed by stairs, steps,
and ladders; and performed security of various areas involving long periods of
sitting and standing, climbing stairs, steps, and ladders to reach the assigned areas;
• Supervised and provided custody and security of offenders including actions of
offenders, squatting and bending to perform “pat” and “strip” searches of offenders,
restraining and securing sometimes assaulter offenders, and transferring and

transporting offenders by walking or riding in various vehicles such as trailers,
vans, buses, and other forms of transportation;
• Supervised and provided security of offenders performing technical skills as
construction, maintenance, laundry, food service and in varied industrial and
agricultural operations which involved climbing stairs, steps, and ladders, climbing
around the inside and outside of; works outdoors and indoors without air
conditioning; worked motorized or moving equipment and machinery; and
subjected to all types of weather;
• Responded to emergencies including climbing stairs, steps, and ladders searching
for escaped offenders, hearing calls for and calling help, giving first aid at the
emergency site, carrying an injured or unconscious offender or employee various
distances to safety up or down stairs, steps, and ladders; and used force and deadly
force to include the use of chemical agents and firearms to control offenders;
• Read, reviewed, and properly applied information found in offender which is
related to the offender’s health and safety and to the security of the facility;
provided appropriate information to other staff; complied with all policies,
procedures, rules, and regulations; enforced disciplinary rules; and supervised the
preparation and maintenance of records, forms, and reports.

Education H.A.S.C. 2008 Houston, TX
Trinity High School 1998 Trinity, TX


References available upon request.