Supervisor

To Whom It May Concern 

From: David McDade

 

 

1975 to 1994

 

I started my working career with Johnson-Manley Lumber in Tucson Arizona. I went to work for them in 1975 I began to advance quickly. n 1976 I was made a training supervisor over all new laborers. My duties training all new hires, keep track of there time on each job to make sure they where getting there work finish in the allotted time. I also held weekly safety meetings.

 

In 1977 I was advanced again to crew manager my duties where to keep track of daily work progress of each crew member under my supervision, I hired new crew members, kept track of there time on each job, at the end of each week I would turn in weekly time sheets to the main office. I over saw all work that everyone performed to make sure it was done correctly. I would have weekly safety meeting, I would make sure all materials needed was order, kept track of all deliveries.

 

1979 I was promoted to supervisor I managed four projects with included supervising sixty or more employees, my duties included hiring new employees make sure they had there correct identification so they could be employed by Johnson-Manley Lumber, I would make sure they understood the jobs they where going to perform I would train them for other jobs also, I kept track of the daily time on the jobs I tun in weekly time sheets into the office for each employee. I also order all materials need for each job keep track of all delivers everyday, I keep track of gasoline usage, held weekly safety meeting.

 

1983 to 1994 I was promoted to general supervisor my duties included managing large projects in and out of Tucson Arizona, I would supervise multiple projects I had total control over these projects, all hiring was my responsible. I meet with customers I would also meet with realtors I had weekly meetings with other contractors I keep track of all budgets for each projects. I would keep track of all equipment on each project.  I kept track every employees time spent on each job, I held weekly safety meeting.

 

1994 to 2008 I became general operations manager for Mesquite Valley Builders Inc. I supervised all projects for the company which also include apartment complex's I got all bids needed for each project. I met with Mortgage Bankers to get the funding for each project the company would be working on, I met with contractors to make sure they understood the scope of the work, I hired Real Estate agents for each project, once the project was sold I would meet with the buyers to make sure they where happy with the progress of there purchase, I hired all employees, keep track of each employee daily and week time on the job. I would also hold weekly safety meetings. I managed everything concerning Mesquite Valley Builders.

 

2008 to 2011 I work sales at the Home Depot I work with the general public every day I have a complete understand of pos (point of sale) system I understand how a krons time system works.

 

2011 to 2012 I went to work for Valley Oasis Pools and Spas. I would with customers, I was yard supervisor, kept track of all equipment, keep track of the employees time working each week, also made sure everyone understood there scope of work.

 

I would be a great asset for your company.

 

Thank you

06-02-2013

David Mcdade

520-409-6557

  • ID#: 70713
  • Location: Tucson, AZ , 85747

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