EXPERIENCE Production Operator, Facilities Maintenance Foreman, SandRidge Energy Inc. Transportation Management Coordinator, U.S. Army Facilities Foreman, Journeyman Welder, Ledesky Industrial Technologies
2016-Present: Production Operator Responsible for providing real-time support to the field operations team. Monitors operations, diagnoses well issues, and assists field personnel in order to optimize personnel routing, prevent production deferment, and promote safe operations. Able to synthesize data from multiple sources and present concise, relevant information to a non-technical audience. Using a multitude of company tools, determines the highest-priority issues and efficiently dispatches field personnel.
Identifies safety and production-related issues and communicates to the necessary channels.
Monitors real-time production field performance with special emphasis in Cygnet, Wellview and XSPOC.
Proactively analyses and makes recommendations for well settings adjustments with post-adjustment follow through.
xxx-xxx-xxxx: Facilities Maintenance Foreman Conduct and supervise maintenance and repair operations for tank battery systems using third-party vendors. Develop and determine most beneficial method to utilize third-party vendors to conduct maintenance operations. Report completion and cost of maintenance and repair operations using digital systems to establish a long-term data base of systemic design issues. Supervise and advise contractors on the most efficient way to make repairs and reduce downtime cost.
Worked with the facilities team in the development and implementation of a comprehensive preventative maintenance program.
Managed multiple maintenance projects simultaneously in order to decrease the downtime of production wells.
Conducted daily observations and coaching sessions to foster environmental health and safety, as well as culture based on hazard identification and use of Stop Work Authority.
2011- 2014: U.S, Army Senior Transportation Logistics Supervisor Responsible for conducting analysis, course of action development, and executing logistical plans to move personnel and equipment throughout the continental U.S. and world to support peacetime and contingency operations. Assisted with tracking, managing and documenting of assets while in transit. Provided daily formal update briefs to executive level staff on ongoing operations.
Selected as the senior transportation supervisor over 3 other managers.
Managed the strategic logistic readiness of $750 million worth of equipment and 4600 personnel
Lead 32 employees in all aspects of cargo and personnel transportation by air, rail, sea and land
xxx-xxx-xxxx: U. S. Army Logistics Operations Manager Assisted in the technical monitoring or administration of contracts for the Army and in integration of new accounts by understanding and adhering to customer requirements within the established timeline and scope of work for vessel movements. This included the development of the concept of operations, the outline of the workflow, and the configuration of the transportation management system. Analyzed and recommended broad based innovative improvement initiatives for the accounts with a focus on eliminating root causes of recurring issues which lead to improved service.
Assessed the impact of tactical decisions and actions on the Army and the contractor using professional judgment.
Managed the stowage and removal of equipment on military transport vessels worth $250 million.
Reduced vessel removal time by 35% and decreased loss time accidents to less than 1 per quarter
Supervised a team of 21 in daily operations, including training, evaluation and discipline.
xxx-xxx-xxxx: U.S. Army Movement Supervisor Managed employees at assigned movement control teams. Processed requests and movement documents and arranged transportation for moving personnel, equipment, and sustainment supplies. Completed highway clearance requests and special hauling permits. Determined the mode of transportation (air, rail, inland waterway, or highway) for unscheduled moves. Commits transportation assets and maintains communication with the transport services, shippers, receivers, and if applicable, movement control agencies.
Established a professional development program for quality assurance. Resulted in increased productivity on movement control systems.
Coordinated the movement of over 10,000 passengers and $300 million worth of equipment on 70 aircraft in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Ensured total accountability of all personnel and zero loss or damage to equipment.
Facilitated and resourced a logistics training program for the Afghan National Army; Resulting in a 75 percent decrease in fraud and waste of government supplies and services.
Prior experience in the oil industry and facilities maintenance fromxxx-xxx-xxxx as a pipe welder and maintenance foreman, volunteer for non-profit veterans’ organization. Little league baseball coach. Military awards include the Bronze Star Medal and Combat Infantrymen’s Badge.
RICHARD A. JOHNSON II
1833 Woody Lane
Edmond, OK 73003
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