To whom it may concern:
I have been in a leadership role for the last ••••• years. In that time I have managed as many as ••••• facility managers and over ••••• employees at one time. I have completed construction projects from $•••••,••••• to $•••••,•••••,•••••, all on time and under budget. I am a facility expert. I have managed all types of facilities as contract management or a direct employee. I have managed schools, commercial buildings, universities, and hospitals. I can walk through any facility and determine what is not being done and by whom and also what type of staffing that would be needed.
I have a certification in facility management which tests for six hours eight different competencies covering all aspects of management. I also have a certification in healthcare facility management, which certifies that I am competent in hospital management. I have excellent people skills, which I have used to turn around non- productive staff. I am proficient at establishing operational, strategic, and long-range planning. I have the ability to establish a master plan. I am proficient in all Microsoft programs and can do excellent power point presentations. I am proficient in all aspects of mechanical and electrical systems. I have experience in P&L statements, operational budgets, ROI, and cash flow. I have worked as a consultant to many leadership teams in the religious community. I have the ability to work hands on in a teaching mode or delegate and follow up in a leadership role. My experience has been well rounded.
I am looking for a job as a Director of Engineering, Bio Med and Environmental Services or a Vice President of Facilities Management or operations.
Thank you for your consideration.
••••• L. •••••, Sr.,MBA, MFM, CFM, CHFM, CFMJ
••••• L.•••••, Sr., MFM,MBA,CFM,CHFM,CFMJ
Jacksonville, Illinois •••••
•••••/ Cell •••••
Passavant Area Hospital, Jacksonville, Illinois •••••
May ••••• - November •••••
Director of Engineering, Bio- Medical, and Environmental Services
Managed ••••• bed hospital with $••••• million engineering budget. Managed construction budgets of $6 to ••••• million. Managed bio-med clinical equipment. Managed environmental services including laundry. Had ••••• employees, three managers, and five supervisors (in three departments) reporting to me.
Have extensive knowledge of Joint Commission, Department of Public Health, Environmental Protection Agencys Life Safety Code, and construction infection control.
My job was to take a department that was out of control, had no discipline, and had low productivity and turn it around. When I arrived on site, the maintenance personnel were wearing a path to the Presidents office with complaints. By the end of my first six months in this position, there was a significant improvement within the personnel: staff was no longer complaining to administration and productivity went from ••••• percent to ••••• percent.
A Joint Commission survey was conducted during my fourth month in this position. The hospital itself received a •••••% rating, which was the highest it had ever received and I received a personal commendation from Joint Commission. In ••••• we received a •••••% rating.
After 2 years I restructured management of Environmental Services. The turnover rate went from ••••• percent to ••••• percent and Q/A scores went from ••••• to ••••• percent.
Due to my spear-heading the training of Bio-Med personnel, x- ray equipment began to be serviced by in-house personnel, saving $•••••,••••• on service contracts per year, as well as greatly reducing down time.
Physical plant was brought into the •••••st century. All mechanical systems became under computer control. Hospital became an EPA 5 star energy efficient facility with a score of •••••
During this time I managed ••••• million dollars in construction projects within budget.
Hudson Mechanical, St Louis, Missouri •••••
Managed professional facilities management company. Provided general and preventive maintenance on all mechanical and electrical equipment. Provided janitorial, security, grounds keeping, and operational budgeting to large facilities. Managed schools and many large facilities of religious orders. Managed budgets of $ 6 to $••••• million.
I was given the task to start a facility management company that provided all the services needed to maintain a facility. I felt that the religious congregations in the area would especially benefit from such a program, so I began to market within that group. After 2 years we had taken over facility management for ••••• congregations, with facilities ranging from •••••,••••• to •••••,••••• square feet. We then branched out to churches and schools up to ••••• million square feet. After three years we branched out to corporate office buildings. We provided long- range planning and budgeting along with the services of security, housekeeping, mechanical, electrical, and maintenance as well as designed preventive maintenance programs for the facilities. I was a consultant to the Daughters of Charity a large hospital ownership.
Reference James Hudson Owner •••••
Aircooling Company, Florissant, Missouri •••••
Managed sheet metal air conditioning and electrical contracting business. Did residential and light commercial service and installation. Had ••••• installation and service employees.
In ••••• I graduated from HVAC school and started a small service company. Over the next two years I started working with an electrical contractor and decided it would be to the good of the company that I become licensed to do electrical work••••• During this time I started offering electrical, mechanical, and sheet metal services in residential and commercial venues. After seven successful years I was approached by Hudson Company to incorporate my services with their new facility management division. I was then offered the job of general manager Hudson Mechanical.
BS. With a major in facility management
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan
Masters in Facility Management
MBA with a major in facility management
MFM, Masters in Facility Management.
CFM, Certified Facility Manager of the International Facility Management Association. (There are only ••••• CFMs in the world.)
CHFM, Certified Healthcare Facility Manager of American Society of Hospital Engineers (ASHE).
CFMJ, Certified Facility Manager of Japan of International Facility Management Association.
Masters Electrican license State of Missouri.
Refrigerant handling license level 3 universal
ASHE - American Society of Hospital Engineers.
NFPA - National Fire Protection Association
NECCA - National Electrical Contracting Contractors Association.
IFMA - International Facility Management Association.
IAEI - International Association of Electrical Inspectors
RSES Refrigeration Service Engineers Society
DaveMattli Mechanical Commissioning Florissant, Mo ••••• •••••
JIM Hudson Hudson Mechanical, •••••s, MO •••••
Dan Jansen, Tremco Springfield ,Illinois ••••• •••••
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS AND TRAINING:
A/C CENTRIFUGAL CHILLER FACTORY TRAINING SCHOOL.
A/S ELECTRICAL COMPUTER TRAINING SCHOOL.
A/S HEATING AND AIRCONDITIONINGTRAINING SCHOOL.
STATIONARY ENGINEER SCHOOL.
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE CLASSES.
NFPA WORK SHOPS: LIFE SAFETY CODE SPRINKLERS.
INSTITUTE FOR ENERGY EFFICENCY IMPROVEMENT.
BARBER COLEMAN FACTORY CONTROLS SCHOOL.
HONEYWELL FACTORY FLAME SAFE GUARD SCHOOL.
INFARED THERMOGRAPHY SCHOOL; LEVEL 2 THERMOGRAPHER.
BURSI FACTORY ROOF TRAINING IN DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY.
LICENSED SPRINKLER INSPECTOR .
LICENSED REFRIGERANT LEVEL 3 UNIVERSAL TECHNICAN.
OSHA CONSTRUCTION TRAINING.
JOHNSON CONTROLS METASYS ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
LIFE SAFETY CODE, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH.
TRANE TRACER ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS.
ANDOVER CONTROLS AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS.
HEMES COMPUTERIZED WORK ORDER AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM.
MEDICAL INCINERATOR TRAINING SCHOOL.