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Name : Lawrence O Martin
Industry Type : HVAC Service Technician
City & State : Tampa, Florida
Job Title
Relocation Preferences : Mechanical Contractors
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Resume :  
6713 S. Hesperides
Tampa, FL. 33616
Home: (813) 837-8919
Cell: (813) 785-6210
E-Mail: lmartin605[at]msn.com
Lawrence O. Martin


Qualifications SummaryAccomplished, Disciplined and goal-oriented professional offering recognized performance, proven proficiency and accomplishment in:
Positive, personable customer service with commitment to satisfaction
Accurate budget and disbursement projections
Excellent verbal and written communication
Preparation of precise, thorough documentation and reporting
Ability to constructively accept and relate instruction and direction
Strong analytical skills and prompt, beneficial problem resolution
Exceptional organization and multi-tasking skills
Recognized talent in computer operations and systems troubleshooting
Confident, motivated team leader and contributing team player recognized for performance under pressure in fast-paced settings, dedication to achieving bottom-line results and successful project completion.
Experience09/ 2008 to 11/ 2008 Engineered Air System Tampa, FL
Commercial Air Conditioning Technician

Performed numerous repairs which included preventative maintenance checks on commercial air conditioning systems. My maintenance responsibilities were to ensure proper system operation in accordance with manufacture directives. Included changing of filters, checking wear of drive belts, measuring starting and running amps on the electric motor and cleaning evaporator and condenser coils. Trouble shot system malfunctions required me to used various test equipment to check systems refrigerant operating pressures and calculate those variables to design temperature. I was responsible for reading electrical schematic diagrams, trouble shot and repaired the line and the load side of the electrical system which entailed checking fuses and safety switches and contactors and relays which operated the various components of the system. Performed routine and emergency service on Freon and ammonia refrigeration equipment commonly found in commercial and industrial applications. This included a working knowledge of screw and reciprocal compressors, electrical troubleshooting, Freon rack systems, all common types of ammonia central systems control/alarm systems. Maintained current knowledge of new product developments, service bulletins and issues. Demonstrated an understanding and adherence to all work safety policies and procedures including OSHA and any local authorities governing requirements. Completed necessary documents (time sheets) and electronic communication in a thorough, accurate and timely manner for timely invoicing requirements. Demonstrated extensive knowledge of refrigeration service.

01-2005 03/ 2006Baker Distributing Tampa, FL.
Distribution Supervisor
Ensured work is done properly and efficiently. Ensured that equipment, materials, tools and/or supplies are available when needed. Distributed and balanced workload to improve work flow and to accommodate unexpected work surges. Provided information to supervisor on status and progress of work, causes of delays, overall work operations, and problems. Spot checked completed work for compliance with instructions. Maintained, as required, written records of production, work hours, costing, and attendance. Oriented and trained new employees. Resolved simple informal complaints. Ensured that fire, safety, security, energy conservation, and housekeeping regulations and procedures are followed. Monitored work area/operations so that the work area is maintained in a clean and orderly manner. Received, unloaded inspected, and processed incoming shipments. Checked accompanying documentation against container or packing labels. Entered receiving and location data into Distribution Standard System (DSS) automated system on personal computer (PC) or remote terminal. Extracted data for inquiries and to produce supply documents. Followed established procedures in reporting over, short, or damaged items. Based on information in automated system, generates labels and routes and/or moves material to conveyors or staging areas. Assembled items for shipment in the loading area according to information provided on the shipping requests and check the condition of shipping containers prior to loading. Used pallet measuring gages to insure shipments are properly loaded onto the right conveyances. Completed and signed shipping and receiving reports. Counted types and quantities of items during inventories, and maintained tally listings during the count. Used computers to receive and transmit pick-and-stow data into the Distribution Standard System (DSS). Loaded and unloaded shipments using forklifts capable of lifting and moving materials weighing up to 15,000 pounds. Operated one or more types of material handling equipment such as a tractor, side loader, and general-purpose vehicles in warehouse, and performed routine operator maintenance. Incumbent must be licensed/certified to operate required equipment. Kept trip records, reports accidents and traffic violations, and reported defects in vehicle operation. Performed related duties as follows: Visually and physically examined items, verified stock numbers, nomenclature, type, size, condition, date of pack, level of pack, quantity and markings to ascertain compliance with contract. Must be competent in the completion of required documentation for the Distribution Standard System (DSS) and be able to interpret DSS information. Reviewed and evaluated distribution operations and procedures periodic quality audits of assigned areas. Possessed thorough knowledge of all policies, procedures and regulations covering the packaging, labeling, marking, certifying, and shipment of hazardous and dangerous items.
09/ 2002 05/ 2004 Tampa, FL
Industrial Arts Teacher Building Construction Technologies
Skilled in all aspects of classroom operation, curriculum development, evaluation of student progress, coordinated with faculty, parents and administration, facilitated a positive learning environment and related administrative duties. Well developed communication skills demonstrated through design of classroom presentation and lectures. Created a detailed written lesson plan and student evaluations. Established and maintained professional relationship with faculty. Experienced in diverse educational settings, working with students from all learning levels, language groups, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

10-1998 09-1999United States Air ForceMacDill AFB, FL.
NCOIC, Design and Construction (Project Manager)
Responsible for providing supervision, leadership and assistance for three military and seven civilian personnel assigned to the Design and Construction Element. Supervised the execution of over 50 Architect and Engineer delivery ordered valued at $100M. Scheduled, planned and managed a combined annual Designed and Construction program of over 200 projects valued at $170M. Prepared and briefed monthly project status to senior squadron leadership. Inspection duties included the daily monitoring of construction progress schedules and contractors quality control practices. Performed a secondary role as Assistance Element Chief, by performing special assignments and urgent work request. Stepped up and assumed Element Chiefs responsibilities as required. Engineering Flight Safety Representative, A-76 Transition Team Representative, and Special project Team Leader. Managed a multi-disciplined team through all phases of the acquisition cycle to develop, establish, implement and control contractual, financial and technical aspects of a program. Planned the management and acquisition strategy for programs or projects. Evaluated pertinent program and mission requirements. Implemented acquisition plans, development and production schedules, engineering change proposals, design studies, etc. Directed and monitored contractor activities. Presented program recommendations, redirection justification, or other critical program information to higher organizational levels.

10- 1997 09/1998 United States Air ForceMacDill, FL.
NCOIC SABER
Served as the noncommissioned officer in charge of the Simplified Acquisition of Base Engineering Requirements Element (SABER) and filled in as the Chief as needed. Ensured (SABER) daily routines remained orderly and productive, by providing critical management oversight to nine project managers/construction inspectors of varying military and civilian pay grades. Evenly distributed workload amongst all personnel, maintained currency on al (SABER) project statuses, and briefed senior leadership as required. Supported the needs of the Engineering Flight by maintaining records such as monthly goals and accomplishments, project status indicators, and computer database systems. Provided complete cradle-to-grave project management for numerous delivery orders while maintaining the highest quality. Worked closely with the 6th Contracting Squadron to develop efficient processed and procedures to successfully execute the entire (SABER) program.

01/ 1997 09/1997 United States Air Force MacDill AFB, FL.
Chief, SABER
Supervised and performed performance rating on four civilians and three military engineering technicians within the (SABER) Element. Scheduled and monitored the (SABER) group workload and ensured task were completed accurately and in a timely manner. Assigned, scheduled, monitored, and supervised the work performed by the (SABER) Element of the Engineering Flight. Ensured an evenly distributed workload throughout the element and maintained the highest level of quality control. Performed and monitored project database updates to projects in the (SABER) program. Worked with the 6th Contracting Squadron to ensure the government obtained "As built" drawing from the (SABER) contractor. Foster and maintained a professional working relationship with other Civil Engineer Flights, Contracting, The (SABER) Contractor, and all base clients.


02/1981 12/1996 United States Air Force MacDill AFB, FL.

HVAC/ R Technician
Supervised and performed installation, maintenance, repair, and operation of HVAC/R systems. Identified, analyzed and explained specification, drawing, schematic, and policies related to HVAC/R systems. Diagnosed, isolated, and repaired system malfunctions. Adjusted and calibrated systems for optimum efficiency. Ensured compliance with all environmental regulations for refrigerant and other hazardous materials. Performed inspections on completed and in-progress work to ensure compliance with standards, technical publications, and the Recurring Work Program (RWP). Operated, maintained and repaired electrical, electronic, and pneumatic controls as required for optimum operation. Maintained and repaired warm air and hot water systems and low or medium pressure steam heat systems.


09/1980 09/2000: United States Air Force (Honorable Discharge)
Distinguished military career reflects recognized performance at various duty stations including overseas assignments in Korea and one tour in Saudi Arabia. Received numerous campaign ribbons, Expeditionary Metals including USAF Certificate of Appreciation and Outstanding Service Awards, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Achievement Metal, Longevity Service Ribbon (3 Devices), and the Air Force Training Ribbon

Education
Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, Saint Leo University, FL. 1996
Associate of Science Heating, Air conditioning and Refrigeration, Community College of the Air force

Specialized Training
Refrigeration and Air conditioning Specialist, J3ABR54530001 Nov. 1981 to
Feb. 1982; 383 hrs.
Cryogenic Operations, C3AZR54550004, Aug. 1984 to Nov. 1984; 194 hrs.
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning System I, J3AZR54550006; May 1987
July 1987; 196 hrs.
Mechanical Systems Electrical/ Control Troubleshooting, J3AZR54550007;
July 1989 to Aug 1989
Computer literacy
Windows 2000, MS Office, Word, Excel, Outlook, Project, PowerPoint Management, Work Information Management System (WIMMS)

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