Director Facilities and Services

Name : Mark O'Leary
Industry Type : General Contractors - Managers
City & State : Wheeling,WV
Job Title Director Facilities and Services
Relocation Preferences : No
Objective : A Project Engineer or Manager position with a progressive company in the Southwestern PA or Northern WV area.
Resume :  
PROFILE

Manager with a diversified background of operations, maintenance, and engineering experience. Proven ability to deliver bottom line results in production, quality and cost controls while maintaining positive relationships with subordinates, peers and supervisors. Electrical Engineer that has been exposed to all areas of the company from finance to systems to customer relations during 22 year career of increasingly responsible positions with Severstal.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

SEVERSTAL WHEELING, INC., Wheeling, WV 1987 2010
Steel producer and downstream products provider with the capacity of producing 2.5 million tons annually through both integrated and mini-mill manufacturing technologies. Acquired by OAO Severstal in August 2008. Formerly known as Esmark Incorporated since November 2007 and Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation prior to that.

Director of Facilities and Services 2003-March 2010
Responsible for all engineering, maintenance, and quality systems within Wheeling Corrugating
Performed project management, procurement, specifications, vendor evaluation, project maintenance, ISO certification, preventative maintenance, and process improvements
Hands on trouble shooting and programming of GE, Allen Bradley, Reliance and AMS PLCs and AC/DC Drives, Boilers, Water Treatment systems
Specified, bid, and oversaw $5 million environmental upgrade to Beech Bottom, WV facilitys Paint Line #1 utilizing catenary ovens and RTO.
Developed changes to Paint Line #1 to increase production 15% without capital improvement.
Designed data acquisition system and web based reporting to streamline historical and real time record keeping.
Redistributed Plant Power System to install new equipment without adding substation infrastructure
Implemented both electrical/mechanical as well as process improvements to increase reliability of operating units.
Developed and implemented shut down plan and relocation of equipment in Gary, IN, Bradenton, FL and Minneapolis, MN
General Manager Coating Operations 2002-2003
Responsible for all aspects of the operation of two paint lines at Beech Bottom, WV (200,000 tons annually), three galvanizing lines at Martins Ferry, OH (500,000 tons annually), and rollforming operations at the following locations: Beech Bottom, WV; Martins Ferry, OH; Emporia, VA; Louisville, KY; Fort Payne, AL; and Bradenton, FL.
Developed and implemented budgets in excess of $20 million for these operations
Ensured safety and environmental compliance, handled both Union and Non-union workforces (500 employees), developed production and shipping plans, and set and achieved quality goals.
Developed and implemented start up plan of Paint Line #2 at Beech Bottom, WV after bankruptcy.
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Division Manager Martins Ferry Operations 1999-2002
Responsible for all aspects of the Martins Ferry Galvanizing operations
Implemented quality system to reduce reject rates by 67%
Reduced Workforce by 33% without loss of production
Worked with Vendors to keep facility operating while in bankruptcy
Operations Manager Beech Bottom 1997-1999
Assumed leadership of Beech Bottom facility after 10 month work stoppage
Workforce reduced from 150 to 33 people after work stoppage
Plant was given 18 month trial to determine long term viability
After a complete change of culture in this facility, the Corporation decided to install a new $15 million paint line in Beech Bottom within 12 months of restart.
Superintendent Coil Coating and Maintenance 1993-1997
Responsible for paint line operations and maintenance of the entire Beech Bottom facility
Paint Line operated 24/7 producing 150,000 tons of coated product per year
Responsible for production scheduling and raw material procurement
Prepared plant for work stoppage and maintained facility for 10 months until restart
Superintendent Maintenance 1991-1993
Responsible for all maintenance activities at the Beech Bottom facility
Proficient at troubleshooting/installing/specifying electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
General Foreman Electrical and Maintenance 1989-1991
Supervised electrical and maintenance supervisors and union personnel to achieve production goals
Electrical Foreman 1987-1989
Supervised electrical and services union personnel
Managed electrical systems from 14kv to circuit board level.
Maintained PLCs, Drives, Deep Well water system, Gas fired Boilers, Waste Water Treatment Plant, substations, Remote Control Cranes.
Education
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering 1987

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