Giving God glory in all things..... Thank You Lord for Your faithfulness......
23 Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, 24 since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are
Giving God glory in all things..... Thank You Lord for Your faithfulness......
23 Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, 24 since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving.
I strive to live this out daily, though I may struggle at times with it, the daily intention is to live by this.......
Having had the opportunity to work in a wide array of industries over the years as well as the various positions that I have held at each company, from entry level to president, has provided me with
experience that when allowed to be utilized, can and has produced tangible results in areas such as; improving client perception and satisfaction, projection of professional image, efficiency monitoring to ensure conveyed expectations to client are met in the most ethical as well as cost effective manner possible. Building personal relationships with clients, business development and marketing are areas where we enjoy seeing the fruits of these tasks come to fruition, resulting in positive outcomes for both the client as well as ourselves.. We consistently strive to generate and implement efficient new ideas to a company.
I am dedicated, on time, professional in all manner and situations, humorous, love to get the job done, enjoy being creative in my vocation, overcome obstacles, help others, I perform at a level far above what others expect of people these days which usually is a shock to them at first.
I would ask that a potential employer pray for God to give them guidance, discernment and wisdom as they review my profile and resume asking God to let them see something in me that they don't see in most others. That something about us or our work experience stand out to them where they feel we may benefit their company, that they feel drawn to hire us but do not know why.
Looking @ From October 2015 to Present (3 months) Completions Clerk / BHP Billiton EFPU Completions Group @ Coiled Tubing Division:
Correlating quotes from vendors with actual field costs incurred, ensuring charges are accurate and coded correctly for entry in 1 SAP. Updating daily costs / information in Open Wells... Ensuring JSA's & PTW's are filled out properly as well as personnel accountability for site...
Assist with ensuring Fatal Risk Controls and BHPB safety guidelines are adhered to..., From September 2014 to October 2015 (1 year 2 months) Contractor / Clerk @ Contractor on Apache Corporations Belle Isle Facility Upgrade Project
Originally slated to only work five days, after three days was asked to stay on through the projects completion to help continue the smooth operations process that we implemented upon arrival.
Responsible for requisitioning supplies and equipment from vendors and ensuring on time deliveries to Apache / Fabcon Shore Base were met.
Dispatching of Boats and Barges to Shore Base from Facility for pick up and delivery of equipment and supplies.
Responsible for procuring contractor daily time sheets and equipment invoices to ensure daily costs are captured on the Daily Cost Report as required by Apache Corporation.
Generation of Boat Manifests for Cargo being shipped to Shore Base from facility. From April 2014 to May 2014 (2 months) Contractor / IAP Consultant @ Worked as a Temp Employee on Kirby Inland Marine, Texas City Y Spill..
Upon demobilization, The work ethic, morals and knowledge we brought to the response in our job capacity were favorably recognized by Kirby representatives and verbally echoed by other response personnel we had the pleasure of working along side.
Responsible for accurate tracking of Tactical resources procured through the ICS 213 process.
Accurate accounting of all spill responders in IAP software using badging process in the ICS 211p section.
Involved in the Demobilization Process of Resources no longer deemed necessary in the Spill Cleanup using the ICS 221 process.
Field verification of incident resources being charged on daily's by response contractors to ensure client was not being charged for under utilized, non utilized and non existent equipment. From April 2014 to April 2014 (1 month) Field Technician @ Current responsibilities include; assisting with the Vac-Screen System hook up to efficiently run in conjunction with the rig shaker system. The system is designed to effectively recover and reintroduce the the majority of recovered Oil Base Mud back into the Drilling Fluid System thereby reducing the cost associated with having to purchase excess Oil Base Mud.
This cost savings can be calculated daily with the daily reading of the discharge stroke counter.......
Daily rig visits to ensure equipment is functioning at the level conveyed to and expected by the operator.
Maintain clients high expectation of the VSS, by providing efficient, professional, timely and knowledgable service while our units our on clients location...... From January 2014 to April 2014 (4 months) Product Line Manager @ Parent Company (Roxwell Downhole Tools) Filed Bankruptcy, Closed Down Divisions....
Newly founded Inspection Services Company with sights set on meeting customers needs by providing industry insight along with quality and reliable inspection services for all types of Energy Industry Service Companies, Downhole Drilling Tool Providers, Drilling Contractors, Oil / Gas
*Assess markets of interest to determine what areas our services should be offered in as well as the most economical yet effective way to enter those markets.
*Communicate with potential clients about the services they are currently receiving and determine how we can provide these services to the client in a way that allows their business to benefit as well as allowing ours to grow with them.
*Maintain customer satisfaction with open communication, honesty and integrity about any issues or concerns that may arise, address those concerns immediately to ensure the customer maintains the respect we work at daily to achieve
*Seek out and train individuals to provide our services to the energy industry
NDT INSPECTION SERVICES
Mag - Particle
Dye - Penetrant
* More services to be added as customers needs arise.
Dwight B. Lindley
713 416-0609 From June 2013 to October 2013 (5 months) IAP Consultant / Staging Area Lead / Temp Employee @ Emergency Response, Pipeline Release, Mayflower, Arkansas
Resource /Personnel Tracking in Web Based IAP
Field verification of Response Resources
Site Lead at Decon Demobilization yard, position involved ensuring resources no longer needed on the response were Decontaminated, photo documented, and released back to the proper person / company according to the ICS demobilization plan. From April 2013 to May 2013 (2 months) IAP Support / Staging Area Lead / Temp Employee @ Hurricane Sandy Incident, Emergency Response Support
* Equipment Resource Tracking
* Demobilization of Equipment According to ICS Demobilization Plan
* Staging Area Lead
* Assure Equipment Decontamination Compliance with ICS Decon Plan
* Incident Command System Compliance From November 2012 to November 2012 (1 month) IAP Support / Temp Employee @ Hurricane Isaac, Humanitarian Assistance Team Responder
* Resource Tracking
* Personnel Tracking
* Web Base IAP Utilization From September 2012 to September 2012 (1 month) Shore Base Logistics Support / Dispatcher @ Shore Base Support
* Receiving of Equipment for Offshore Platforms / Drilling Rigs
* Ensure Correctness and Compliance of Hazardous Material Documentation
* Order Transportation for Return of Vendor Owned / Rented / Leased Equipment From September 2012 to September 2012 (1 month) IAP Support / Staging Site Lead @ Emergency Spill Response, Pipeline Release
* Site Lead
* Check in Recorder of Personnel and Equipment using Web Base IAP
* Resource Tracking
* Incident Command System From July 2012 to August 2012 (2 months) IAP Support / Temp Employee @ * Emergency Spill Response, Pipeline Release
* Check In Recorder of Incident Personnel and Equipment using Web Base IAP
* Incident Command System Utilized
* Site Lead From May 2012 to May 2012 (1 month) IAP Support / Site Lead / Temp Employee @ * Emergency Spill Response, Yellowstone River Incident
* Equipment and Personnel Resource Tracking using Web Base IAP
* Incident Command System Structure
* Site Lead at 3 Staging Areas
* Demobilization of Equipment and Personnel at 3 Staging Areas
* Ensure Contractor Accountability of Response Equipment Utilized for Client From July 2011 to October 2011 (4 months) IAP Consultant / Field Manager / Resource Lead @ From April 29th 2010 to March 14th 2011 was involved as an Emergency Response Incident Responder on the BP Deepwater Horizon MC-252 Incident in Florida, Louisiana and Alabama. The roles performed were that of IAP Consultant, Florida Field Manager and Mobile County Resource Lead. The Incident Command System was used throughout the incident in all Areas of Responsibilities (AOR).
Field Manager of 200 resources and demobilization personnel responsible for demobilization procedures for Florida and Alabama..
Check in recorder and status recorder of response personnel and equipment requisitioned into incident.
Generated the idea for and implemented sticker tracking system of equipment that was used in the majority of AOR’s on the incident.
Participated in Planning, Tactics and Operations meetings to ensure Operational and Tactical objectives were outlined and goals met.
Compliance assurance of implemented processes relating to resource ordering, tracking, equipment decontamination, personnel and equipment demobilization.
Data gathering from contractors and field locations for entering into Web base IAP to allow for accurate resource tracking. From January 2010 to January 2011 (1 year 1 month) Project Supervisor / Environmental Inspector @ Effectively coordinated and supervised projects for both developers and builders requiring assistance with environmental site issues.
Obtained bids, contractor audits, scheduled and managed contractor partners on projects.
Assist in investigation & documentation of potential wetlands in proposed development paths.
Search for and document historic subsurface oil and gas well casings and pipelines, along with drilling and reserve pits.
Compliance assurance monitoring of abandoned pipeline and oil/gas well casing removal.
Perform Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments according to ASTM 1527-05. From January 2004 to January 2009 (5 years 1 month) President @ Worked with service companies, drilling contractors, and operators to expand this successful drilling tool service company in Texas and Illinois.
Business development, account representative, sales/service of inspection services and downhole tools.
Developed and maintained customer base by providing quality service, client respect, and current industry knowledge, along with ethical and sound judgment practices.
Became preferred inspector for multiple downhole drilling tool rental service companies through commitment to providing quality service.
Inspection of downhole mud motors, drilling jars, stabilizers, etc...
Proficient in utilization of magnetic-particle, dye-penetrants and visual non–destructive testing.
Trained and supervised inspection personnel in industry standards. Training included; safety practices, client relations, technical knowledge and tool applications. From January 1992 to January 2003 (11 years 1 month) Inspector / Manager @ Began career with Triumph as an inspector, then progressed to a shop manager and ultimately into sales and account development.
Inspection of a variety of drilling tools used in various downhole applications, using magnetic-particle, dye-penetrants and visual non-destructive testing methods.
Performed field inspections of drilling and handling equipment for both land and offshore operations.
Managed shop operations with a team of nine (9) employees to ensure safe operations of companies machines, welding equipment, inspection equipment, along with management and distribution of rental tools to our clients.
Customer support tasks included order taking, quality assurance, inquiries, and complaint acknowledgements, all with a goal of achieving complete customer satisfaction. From January 1982 to January 1992 (10 years 1 month)
Northbrook Senior High School From 1973 to 1977 International Pipe Inspectors Association From 1991 to 1992 TXDOT From 2004 to 2004 Construction Eco Services From 2008 to 2008 Pipeline Safety Awareness Training Program @ Paradigm Liaison Services From 2009 to 2010 Sunbelt Rentals From 2010 to 2010 Emergency Management Institute (Online Classes) From 2010 to 2011 PIPELINE DAMAGE PREVENTION @ Celeritas Online Training Center From 2012 to 2012 Occupational Safety and Health Training From 2012 to 2012 Dwight Lindley is skilled in: Oil, Emergency Management, Environmental, Inspection, Supervisory Skills, Gas, Petroleum, Environmental Awareness, Oil/Gas, Risk Assessment, Safety Management Systems, Hazardous Waste Management, Industrial Safety, Leadership, Industrial Hygiene