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Hunter Gunsly
777 Wesson Road, Boise, 83713 Cell: 208.000.9999 hgunsly@coldmail.com


Summary


Resourceful, mechanically-inclined facility maintenance manager with over 15 years of specializing in hospital electrical/mechanical system installation, troubleshooting, repair/testing, and safety coordination. An independent thinker that promotes the safe operation of all electrical circuits, wires, and operation equipment through careful repairs and preventative maintenance. A team player seeking to leverage background into a facility maintenance director or safety coordinator position with a progressive organization.


Highlights
Local, state, and federal regulations compliance/building codes Customer relationship management OSHA, HAZMAT proficiencies Budget planning/management Safety programs/inspections Power/hand tools, pneumatics/hydraulics Circuitry, wiring, carpentry, plumbing


Experience
Plant Operations/Safety and Compliance Consultant July 2013 to May 2014 LifeCare Hospitals Plano, TX Conducted life safety/mock Joint Commission inspections on 26 hospitals while leading a team of 26 employees, including 14 safety committee members and 16 FTEs during safety/emergency management program implementation. Saved hospital fines and potential loss of funding, conducting life safety/fire inspections and implementing non-working system repairs. Increased leadership skills, developing executive analysis reports highlighting business issues, potential risks, and profit opportunities. Reduced costs, creating annual goals, objectives, and budget for recommendations. Facilitated various health and life safety training sessions and committees, including critical life safety systems/equipment in compliance with NFPA, OSHA, Joint Commission (JCAHO), EPA, and CMS while adhering to HIPAA regulations. Boosted profits, negotiating contracts, reviewing business models, and developing efficient accounting/financial/operational systems. Streamlined operational efficiencies, coordinating projects/personnel scheduling, and inspecting mechanical capabilities to ensure on-time, under budget program completion. Bolstered productivity, authoring technical reports/regulations for senior management, and maintaining cross-functional team communication. Facilities/Safety Security Director January 2012 to June 2013 LifeCare Hospitals Meridian, ID Improved retention rates and increased production, training new employees and implementing new division operator training program. Expanded inspection proficiencies, diagnosing malfunctions, assembling wirings/electrical components, adjusting control instruments, and checking fluid level for filter replacement. Eliminated project gaps, requisitioning supplies/equipment for timely cleaning/maintenance, and tracking costs. Prevented hazards/safety issues, testing electrical appliances and conducting daily equipment inspections. Troubleshot HVAC systems, including air handlers, control systems, and ducts to eliminate operational deficiencies.


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