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Emmett Dewayne Smith
68105 N. Harrison Loop
Benton City, Washington 99320
(509) 588-6883 (H) (509)-528-4065 (C)
Email: [email protected]
Objective _____________________________________________________________________
To obtain a challenging Superintendent/Manager position within an organization that will benefit from
my extensive management, Decommissioning and Demolition and operational experience and strong
communication and organizational skills.
Profile _______________________________________________________________________
I have over 30 years of management, decommissioning and demolition of facilities and operational and
maintenance experience. I can demonstrate excellent communication and organization skills. Adept in
exercising personal judgment while maintaining confidentiality and diplomacy, Accepts responsibility for
deadlines and takes pride in being highly productive under minimal supervision. Versatile and
cooperative with strong interpersonal skills utilized effectively in the process of interfacing with
organizational teams and management. I am consistent and reliable in completing difficult tasks with
positive and innovative results. Well versed in Conduct of Operations and very a strong understanding
of a Safety culture. Flexible and versatile in limited budget and deadline-driven schedules. Demonstrate
the ability to transcend cultural differences while maintaining team-building skills.
Areas of Expertise ______________________________________________________________
 Building Emergency Director
 Job Control System (JCS)
 Lock & Tag Administrator
 Team Lead
 Person In Charge (PIC)
 Fissile Material Handler
 Radiological Worker
Employment History ___________________________________________________________
Project Management
Training Instructure
Asbestos Supervisor/AHERA building Inspestor
Planning and Implementation
Communication Skills
Problem Identification and Resolution
First Aid
10/2008-Present: Superintendent/Manager
CH2M HILL Plateau Remediation Company (CHPRC), Richland, Washington
Provides Supervision/management support to multiple projects within CHPRC, manages several
crews of various crafts (Radiation Protection Technicians, Nuclear Chemical Operators, Welders,
Millwrights, Electricians, Instrument Technicians, Heavy Equipment Operators, Teamsters, Crane
Operators, Boilermakers, Insulators, Carpenters, Pipefitters and Engineers) during all phases of
Decommissioning and Demolition (D&D) as well as maintenance and repair activities; Assists in
the planning and scheduling of project work scope; Release Authority for work packages, Lock and
Tag; effectively administers and prioritizes work for crews to maximize productivity; maintains
effective working relationship within and outside the organization by demonstrating flexibility and
teamwork; leads safety meetings, safety walk downs, and safety shares; implements Integrated
Safety Management System (ISMS) and good safety practices in daily work and organizational
planning activities.
7/2007-10/2009: Superintendent/Manager
Fluor Hanford, Inc., Richland, Washington
Contractual transition from Fluor Hanford to CH2M HILL Plateau Remediation Company, job
functions remained the same.
10/1999-7/2007: Field Work Supervisor
Fluor Hanford, Inc., Richland, Washington
Provided Supervision/management support to numerous Project Hanford Management Contractor
organizations and outside contractors; Assisted in the planning and scheduling of project work
scope; Managed operations for the open air demolition of two very high alpha contaminated
facilities; Developed and completed several mock up training sessions; provided input to project
scheduling. Trained personnel on Aerial lifts/fork lift operation per approved procedures.
10/1997 – 9/1999: Field Work Supervisor
B and W Hanford, Richland, Washington (Subsidiary of Babcock and Wilcox)
Contractual transition from B and W Hanford to Fluor Hanford, Inc, job functions remained the
4/1992-9/1997: Hot Cell Supervisor
Battelle, Richland, Washington
Supervised and coordinated activities of workers; effectively administered and prioritized work for
crews to maximize productivity; ensured training and qualifications were current and up to date for
workers; monitored data; evaluated job performance of workers; Operated remotely operated
equipment in hot cells to conduct metallurgical tests on radioactive materials.
10/1987-4/1992: Hot Cell Technician
Battelle, Richland Washington
Single point of contact for all projects/operations that involved activities in the Shield Material
Facility (SMF); operated electrical/mechanical hydraulically assisted Master Slave Manipulators
(MSM) to manipulate radioactive materials from shielded containers inside hot cell; Conducted
metallurgical testing of materials according to standardized procedures; set up and operated
machines to cut, lap, and polish test specimens; tested physical properties, using equipment such as
tensile tester, hardness tester, micrometer, and gauges; Placed irradiated nuclear fuel materials in
environmental chamber to test reaction to temperature changes; Recorded results of tests for further
analysis by engineers, scientists, or customers; participated in cleaning and decontamination of cell
during maintenance shutdown; designed and operated remote equipment and tools; supported the
packaging and shipment of samples/containers/waste in and out of the cells via on site and off site
cask shipments.
10/1981-10/1987: Hot Cell Technician
Westinghouse, Richland, Washington
Contractual transition from Westinghouse to Battelle, job functions remained the same
Education ____________________________________________________________________
Twin Lakes Vocational School
Harrison, Arkansas
References ____________________________________________________________________
Available upon request
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