Eugene W. Williams
66 Rifle Range Rd
Summary of Qualification
An Exceptionally resourceful employee with extensive Managerial experience in the Electric Utility Industry and a Senior Noncommissioned Officer in the US Army on Active Duty and in the Army Reserves; who focused on Safety, Training, Efficiency, Diversity, Research, Growth and Upward Mobility.
Training in various discipline to ensure a safe environmental for employees and the public
Possess outstanding leadership, communication and interpersonal skills which contributed to working well with internal and external customers
Multi-task with problem solving skills constantly working under pressure on many occasions to meet deadlines supervising multiple jobs at different locations at the same time.
Presently retired from Con Edison Of NY Inc. and work occasionally for National Quarters based in Huston Tax. Inspecting off post housing contracted by the US Army
United States Army Camp Shelby, Mississippi
Individual Weapons Qualification 1 Dec 2007 – 29 Nov 2008
Set up training and managed individuals who over saw trainers responsible to train personnel in units being deployed to Theater of Operations; in Iraq and Afghanistan ensuring their safety and qualification to standard on the Rifle ranges with various weapons.
Trained and Deployed to Iraq 16 Apr 2006 – 12 Oct 2007
I lead a Heavy Transportation Detachment of 65 Enlisted Soldiers and 1 Officer moving all heavy combat equipment into battle and removing damaged equipment to the rear
Coordinated, trained up and transitioned smoothly with the out going Unit taking over the mission in 10 days with Heavy Equipment transport trucks
Received intelligence data daily; briefed Commodity Commanders who were responsible for the cargo, personnel and equipment on each mission to ensure safety
Ensure they were brought up to date and issued all Personnel Protective Equipment
Training on equipment for Improvise Electronic Device (IED) jamming or detection
Briefed our higher headquarters on any abnormal activities encountered by my personnel in their travels thru hostile zones.
Consolidated Edison Of New York Inc.
Management position (Supervisory) 1 Oct 1975 – 15 Apr 2006
Worked in Brooklyn / Queens Electric Operations (Environmental); responsible for 12 – 20 employees maintaining their individual training and ensuring they keep the equipment maintained to standard; ready to roll
Responsible for safety of Employees, Equipment and the Public
Supervise our employees and various contractors doing regular and toxic cleanups of surface and subsurface structures such as spills on the ground, manholes, transformers
Con Edison of NY Inc.
And vaults with regular debris, water or toxic PCB’s
Cable removal and installation for Secondary and Primary splicing from service boxes, manholes, transformers, vaults and over head poles to businesses and private residence
Operating Supervisor (Customer Operation)
Responsible for running Brooklyn East Meter Operations Customer service with over 650,000 accounts; assigned 75 Field Reps., 3 office support, 1 admin supervisor and 6 Field supervisors. I ensured that all supervisors were trained to standard in all activities, safety and did their performance evaluation so they could maintain the same standards with their assigned employees
Over saw the smooth running of daily meter reading, turn on and turn off electric meters for customers moving in and out of commercial and residence.
Operating General Supervisor (Customer Service Meter Operations)
Responsible for Bedford / Bush wick area Meter Operations Brooklyn
Same as above with the addition of 2 supervisors and 10-12 two person teams who performed Credit and Collection work on accounts that were delinquent in payments; they collected money or turn off service for non payment and investigated to identify customers with Life Sustaining Equipment for our records.
Hired as a Customer Field repetitive 18 November 1974
Trained as a meter reader and worked for 10 months in various locations until my promotion to management October 1975
Drafted in the US Army
Basis training at Fort Jackson SC 4 May 1974
I attended Advance Individual Training (AIT) at the US Army Engineering School
Fort Belvoir Virginia for Power Generation and Repair then served in Germany thru April 1974
A High School Graduate with 2 years of Collage