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Posted by John H. D'Agostino on February 25, 2009 at 14:26:46:
3241 WASHINGTON AVENUE • COSTA MESA, CA 92626
PHONE 714 423 0731 • E-MAIL DAGMAN1340@ATT.NET
JOHN H. D'AGOSTINO
To pursue a long-term career which will provide further advancement toward facilities engineering and special projects. Obtain Unlimited Steam Operators License.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
n Strong background in electrical, hydraulics, pneumatics and repairs on steam boilers as well as plumbing and pipe fitting, and computer wiring. Certified on various Hill-Rom products through factory training at Pleasanton, CA. Posses machine knowledge of mills and lathes, making parts and working as automation technician. Currently have 500 HP Los Angeles, CA Steam Operators License.
Feb. 2000 to present (please do not contact) Fountain Valley Regional Hospital Fountain Valley, CAStationary Engineern Work on Preventative Maintenance and scheduling work for annual maintenance for generators, vacuum pumps, air compressors and all related equipment for daily hospital operations. n Keep up books and logs for Joint Commission. n Order parts and fuel as needed. n Provide various shift coverage as well as coverage for holidays and vacations for other department employees. n Work with city, state and Department of Health inspectors and various other agencies.
March 1999 to Feb 2000 Surviv Air Santa Ana, CAFacilities Engineern Repairing high and low pressure air systems as well as automation and production machinery. n Opened and closed the factory on the weekends. n Troubleshooting equipment as needed. n Maintain logs on ultrasonic welders. Initiated a preventative maintenance program.
April 1979-Oct. 1998 La Palma Intercommunity Hospital La Palma, CAStationary Engineern Shared responsibilities for all medical gas systems such as oxygen, nitrous oxide. n Maintained vacuum and medical air delivery systems.n Responsible for fire systems, conducting fire drills, monthly testing and daily operation of fire alarm system as well as conducted electrical and fire safety in-services.n Responsible for day-to-day security, as well as being one of the hospitals liaisons to the La Palma Police Department.n Solely responsible for all bed repairs and factory recall and documentation of it.n Performed electrical wiring up to 480 volt three-phase, wiring control panels and repairing electronic circuit boards, AC/DC and logic control boards.n Performed pipe fitting up to 6 inches for steam, water, gas and electrical conduit.n Conducted repairs to hydraulic and pneumatic systems and HVAC to 60 tons.n Possessed working knowledge of NFPA and NEC codes with a strong background in preventative maintenance and program scheduling as well as experience in energy conservation management.n Weekly testing of emergency generators.n Conducted monthly classes and annual update on electrical and fire safety to all employees at both La Palma and its sister hospital Martin Luther for over 15 years.
Continuing Education Courses/Awards:
§ January 1995 Critical Care Beds, Hydraulic and Pneumatic Course Pleasanton, CA
§ October 1993 Hill-Rom Three and Four Beds Course
§ 1984-1985 Aviation Technology
Orange Coast College Costa Mesa, CA
Employee of the Month at Surviv Air 1999
Two-time winner of Employee of the Month at La
Palma Intercommunity Hospital
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