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John G. Purdy jpd27e56@westpost.net 412 Chestnut St.

, Ridley Park, PA 19078 * Hm: 610-586-3001 * Cell: 267-591-1044 RESULTS-DRIVEN MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR- PLANNER & QUALITY ORIENTED MACHINIST Hardworking, dedicated professional in the global, petro-chemical industry offer ing progressive skills and experience as a regional leader in the energy sector. Extensive knowledge of fossil fuel, nuclear and power plant equipment and maint enance. Exceptional machining skills to manufacture component parts for repairs. Demonstrated abilities with computerized scheduling and maintenance systems. Ad ept at preparing estimates of down time during repairs, as well as diagnosing, t roubleshooting and repairing complex mechanical systems. Proven project manager, planner, scheduler, coordinator and supervisor of multi-craft composite groups. Excellent communication skills with all levels of management and personnel. CORE COMPETENCIES *Project Management *OSHA 40 Hour Certificate *Preventative Maintenance - Refinery Equipment *Performance Metrics *Determine Maintenance Priorities *Troubleshooting and Problem Solving *Organization and Communication *Safety and Performance Management *Basic Rotating Equipment Operation *Laser Shaft Alignment *Basic and Advanced Precision Tools *Nuclear Get / GRT Training *Aerial Platforms *Electrical and Rigging (Heavy Loads) Fundamentals *Permits and Blocking *Scaffold Building *Asbestos Familiarization *Hazardous Materials *SO2 Plant-Chemical Hazard *Hazard Communication Training *Sky Genie *Supply Air/Respirator Training PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Sun Company, Marcus Hook, PA 1995 - 2010 Maintenance Planner/Supervisor (2005 -2010) * Performed maintenance planning of dedicated areas of refinery, facilitating th e needs of operations * Managed safety initiatives of Area Business Teams, monitoring performance and remedy implementation * Established priorities, determined remedies, planned and implemented recommend ations * Initiated preventative maintenance programs for process units and building mai ntenance department, meeting recommended equipment standards * Utilized scheduling technologies to budget, forecast and monitor personnel res ource requirements, meeting maintenance and financial priorities Machinist, Temporary Foreman (1995 - 2005) * Supervised workforce of multiple teams to achieve effective, efficient results * Machined, diagnosed, rebuilt, installed and removed rotating equipment

* Contributed core knowledge to aid craftsman in the maintenance of an array of refinery equipment * Led composite group of craftsmen that laser aligned 10PLT, Cat Cracking Unit P RT during shutdown * Selected as a team member to assist with Puerto Rico's Yabacoa Refinery post h urricane Peco Energy, Philadelphia, PA 1980 - 1995 Rotating Machinery * Technician * First-, Second- and Third-Class Machinist * Ma intenance Mechanic * Stock Management Certification/Technical Training Drug and Alcohol Counseling Program, Villanova University Philadelphia Electric Company Machinist and Rotating Equipment Technical Trainin g Programs