Pedro Stiassni
Pedro Stiassni

Professional Career

City of Margate

Margate, Florida 

Project Manager - Utilities

  • Perform professional engineering-level work in the office and field in connection with typical municipal and utility projects such as water and wastewater treatment plants, water and wastewater distribution/collection systems, and various other civil engineering activities.
  • Perform all aspects of projects; develop plans, detailed project scopes, technical specifications, and cost estimates; prepare permit applications to obtain all necessary permits; prepare contract documents and bid packages. 
  • Monitor and direct public construction projects, including preparing bid documents, specifying construction materials and standards, selecting contractors, preparing Commission agendas and resolutions, planning and scheduling, and supervising the construction of projects from design through completion to ensure quality and compliance with program standards.
  • Perform construction management for projects; issues work authorizations; review and approve construction schedules, products submittals, shop drawings, testing results, change order requests, and invoices; perform construction inspections; coordinate with other City staff and contractors; ensure compliance with contract documents and regulations; ensure timely deliverables; oversee the entire project.
  • Schedule and oversee all on-site project activities; perform progress inspections of construction activities to ensure quality and conformance with approved designs, specifications, and applicable codes and standards.

City of Margate

Margate, Florida 

Engineer

  • Provide professional engineering assistance and oversee capital improvement projects; prepare design plans and specifications as needed; monitor new regulatory rulemaking related to municipal engineering and water/wastewater operations and develop recommendations/procedures for compliance.
  • Prepare operating permit applications for submittal to various agencies for municipal engineering and utility operations. In addition, review reports for submission to regulatory agencies and responds to regulatory requests for information.  
  • Manage and participate in the analysis and review of engineering studies and designs prepared by professional consultants; prepare recommendations and reports for the consideration of technical, professional, and administrative superiors and committees. 
  • Perform plan and review for private and public development projects. 
  • Prepare permit and inspection fees from cost estimates and quantity takeoffs; calculates water, wastewater, police, and fire impact fees; calculate stormwater utility fees.
  • Ensure that legally required recordkeeping and monitoring are accomplished for assigned projects. 
  • Perform construction project management for various City and utility projects; develop specifications and cost estimates; issue work authorizations; ensures timely deliverables; serve as a liaison between the City and the contractors; and approve invoices for payments. 
  • Identify and develop scope and budget for new capital projects; plan and prepare long-term capital project program.  
  • Respond to citizen questions or complaints.
  • Perform professional engineering work in the office and field in connection with the development and preparation of engineering plans for typical municipal projects such as roadway construction, storm drainage systems, subdivision improvements, water/wastewater/reclaimed water systems, water/wastewater/reclaimed water treatment facilities, and various other civil engineering activities. ​

 

Florida Department of Health, Broward County

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

Engineering Specialist III

  • Conduct preliminary review and processing of project documents submitted by consulting engineers for the construction of water main extensions of public water systems that are eligible for a general permit.
  • Review and processes certification documents submitted by consulting engineers for completed projects to be placed into service. 
  • Review and processes permit extensions, modifications, and determinations submitted by consulting engineers.
  • Perform inspections and sanitary surveys of regional water treatment plants and other public water systems as requested by the Environmental Engineering Director. 
  • Conduct public supply well site evaluations as needed.
  • Review, classify and enter reports submitted by public water systems. Correspond with water purveyors as needed.
  • Evaluate and process public water systems' annual operating permits.
  • Produce public water systems reports and memos about permitting compliance and enforcement. 
  • Responsible for performing highly advanced engineering work in the Environmental Engineering Section's (E.E.S.) Public Drinking Water Program for Broward County.

 

Florida Department of Health, Broward County

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Engineering Specialist II

  • Conduct preliminary review and processing of project documents submitted by consulting engineers for the construction of water main extensions of public water systems that are eligible for a general permit.
  • Review and processes certification documents submitted by consulting engineers for completed projects to be placed into service.
  • Review and processes permit extensions, modifications, and determinations submitted by consulting engineers.
  • Perform inspections and sanitary surveys of regional water treatment plants and other public water systems as requested by the Environmental Engineering Director.
  • Conduct public supply well site evaluations as needed.
  • Review, classify and enter reports submitted by public water systems.  Correspond with water purveyors as needed.
  • Evaluate and process public water systems' annual operating permits.
  • Produce public water systems reports and memos about permitting compliance and enforcement.
  • Responsible for performing highly advanced engineering work in the Environmental Engineering Section's (E.E.S.) Public Drinking Water Program for Broward County.

 

Florida Department of Health, Broward County

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Environmental Specialist I

  • Inspected public swimming pools and bathing places to ensure compliance with state water quality, safety, and operating standards to protect public health. Activities include field chemical testing, inspecting water treatment components (pumps, filters, chemical feeders, flow rates, etc.), complaint investigation, consultation, and enforcement.
  • I have investigated environmental nuisance complaints about solid waste, sewage disposal systems, disease, and other environmentally related threats to public health.

 

Lowe's

Boca Raton, Florida

Outside Lawn & Garden Customer Service Associate

  • Aid customers in selecting, demonstrating, preparing, and loading merchandise.
  • Respond to customer inquiries and support them throughout their shopping experience.
  • Responsible for keeping a safe and secure work environment by conducting daily safety reviews, noting hazards, keeping store areas clean and organized, and monitoring for potential theft or security risks.

 

NorthStar Remediation Service

Boca Raton, Florida

Environmental Engineer / Field Operations Administrator

  • Independent contractor
  • Responsible for collecting data and managing the day-to-day basis of remediation projects
  • Completed reporting requirements to various company groups
  • Conducted safety meetings
  • Prepared written reports, including timesheets, materials, and equipment, job tracking documents, and disposal of solid waste

 

Metalmecánica 1

Santa Cruz, Aragua, Venezuela

Owner / Vice President

  • Remote management from the U.S., family business calls once a week, and emails to and from Plant M.anager
  • Define and recommend objectives in each area of Operations. Develops specific short-term and long-term plans and programs, together with supporting budget requests and financial estimates
  • Develops and presents to the President matters requiring a decision
  • Reviews and approves adequate procedures for the control of planned outputs, budget spending, labor efficiency, material efficiency, engineering effectiveness, customer service, and order entry efficiency, along with human utilization
  • Reviews and approves cost control reports, cost estimates, and workforce and facilities requirements forecasts
  • Review and supports operations of significant projects involving major functional issues.
  • Reviews performance against operating plans and standards. Provides reports to subordinates on the interpretation of results and approves changes in the direction of plans

 

Cliff Berry, Inc.

Miami, Florida

Deputy Plant Manager

  • Provided leadership to ensure efficient and consistent application of processes and procedures across all manufacturing lines
  • Monitored the production equipment to make sure that it stayed in good working order and repaired or replaced the equipment when needed
  • Performance of all duties and having the full authority of the Facility Plant Manager in his absence.
  • Assisted the Laboratory Manager with all mandating and controls on Safety and Quality Control by enforcing and abiding by all regulations set
  • Helped with any business-oriented decisions of the end product of the success of Cliff Berry, Inc.
  • Tracked and concluded all performed P.M.s for completion and accuracy
  • Assigned work orders to the appropriate staff members; management of all work orders created by the Cliff Berry, Inc. management
  • Carried out and performed any needed councils associated with the conduct and performance of the workforce. Assist the Facility Plant Manager with employee evaluation and assessment
  • Attended and addressed any issues brought to light during the safety meetings
  • Interviewed, hired, and trained new employees
  • Collected and looked through data to find places of waste or areas of improvement
  • Kept an eye on worker's safety and plant safety
  • Developed and recommended corporate operations
  • Reviewed and approved adequate plans for the control of planned outputs, budget spending, labor efficiency, material efficiency, engineering effectiveness, customer service, and order entry efficiency, along with human utilization

 

Sigma Builders

Aventura, Florida

General Contractor Assistance

  • Assisted in ordering supplies
  • Determined budgets
  • Established and maintained all necessary documentation regarding customer contacts and the construction projects
  • Set appointments and meetings for the general contractor

 

Alcoa, Inc.

Newburgh, Indiana

Senior Environmental Engineer

  • Completed reporting requirements to various internal and external agencies
  • Developed, implemented, and communicated environmental policies
  • Developed, recommended, and implemented programs to ensure compliance with all applicable local, state, and federal regulations, including documentation, reporting, permits, manifests, training, and policy development
  • Maintained and executed management systems designed to ensure continual improvement, pollution prevention, and compliance are a part of the facility's main goals
  • Managed and supported corporate, local, state, and federal environmental regulatory compliance
  • Led the environmental data management system (E.S.S.) for compliance and reporting
  • Oversaw and ensured wastewater treatment areas and stormwater programs met environmental standards
  • Performed hands-on environmental monitoring and measurement
  • Performed ISO 14001 and departmental audits
  • Provided technical direction to departments, contractors, and external consultants
  • Provided technical support and leadership for environmental compliance programs and practices
  • Supported environmental programs throughout Alcoa Warrick Operations, which consists of carbon power generation, primary metal production, and rolling can sheet product

 

Tyson Foods, Inc.

Robards, Kentucky

Complex Environmental Manager

  • Analyzed operational data to determine changes and improvements needed to accomplish objectives
  • Budgeted for sufficient funds to effectively operate and maintain the treatment facility
  • Developed and administered wastewater division and capital improvement budgets; additional forecast funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies
  • Designed and implemented goals, objectives, Environmental and Safety policies, and priorities for assigned programs; identified resource needs; made recommendations for treatment plant expansions and improvements; recommended and administered policies and procedures
  • Directed both under and above-ground storage tank fuel dispense programs
  • Ensured all water leaving wastewater treatment facilities met requirements set by Local, State, and Federal governments
  • Maintained management of nutrient plans for the company and contract growers; management of spills, non-hazardous and hazardous wastes; implementation of pollution prevention activities, management of all community right-to-know programs including Form R, Tier II, Risk Management Plans, and Clean Air Act issues
  • Managed and continued the implementation of the complex ISO-14001 Environmental Management System (E.M.S.), dealing with Clean Water Act issues, including N.P.D.E.S. permitted discharges of wastewater and stormwater
  • Managed environmental programs at a complex facility to ensure compliance with all Federal, State, and Local environmental laws and regulations
  • Provided a safe working environment with proper safety equipment and tools for personnel
  • Responsible for all environmental functions at a complex while simultaneously managing the wastewater treatment facility for the complex

 

Tyson Foods, Inc.

Madison, Nebraska

Complex Environmental Manager

  • Managed and continued implementation of complex ISO-14001 Environmental Management System (E.M.S.), dealing with Clean Water Act issues, including N.P.D.E.S. permitted discharges of wastewater and stormwater
  • Managed environmental programs at complex facilities in six States to ensure compliance with all Federal, State, and Local environmental laws and regulations
  • Managed nutrient plans for the company and contract growers; management of spills, non-hazardous and hazardous wastes; implementation of pollution prevention activities, management of all community right-to-know programs, including Form R, Tier II, Risk Management Plans, and Clean Air Act issues
  • Responsible for all environmental functions at a complex while simultaneously managing wastewater treatment facility for the complex

 

Tyson Foods, Inc.

Robards, Kentucky

Wastewater Supervisor

  • Analyzed operational data to determine changes and improvements needed to accomplish objectives
  • Assisted wastewater operators in maintaining their operator's license
  • Budgeted for sufficient funds to effectively operate and maintain the treatment facility
  • Coordinated transportation and disposal of biological, solid, and hazardous waste
  • Developed and administered wastewater division and capital improvement budgets; additional forecast funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies
  • Directed both under and above-ground storage tank fuel dispense programs
  • Ensured all water leaving wastewater treatment facilities met requirements set by Local, State, and Federal governments
  • Generated reports for the corporate office and government agencies as required
  • Inspected, repaired, and maintained equipment in operation; detected deficiencies in the process
  • Kept administrative records
  • Prepared and maintained water, air, and land application permits
  • Provided a safe working environment with proper safety equipment and tools for personnel
  • Selected, trained, motivated, and evaluated assigned personnel; coordinated staff training; worked with employees to correct deficiencies

 

Tyson Foods, Inc.

Robards, Kentucky

Wastewater Supervisor Trainee

  • Developed and directed laboratory procedures and record systems; implemented process changes to produce higher-quality effluent; developed operation techniques
  • Developed and implemented goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for assigned programs; identified resource needs; made recommendations for treatment plant expansions and improvements; recommended and administered policies and procedures
  • Directed, controlled, and coordinated employees' activities
  • Ensured that wastewater samples were collected correctly and sent to the lab to determine permit compliance
  • Observed variations in operating conditions; logged and interpreted readings from meters, charts, and instruments
  • Managed and maintained wastewater treatment and sludge processing equipment to control the flow and processing of wastewater, sludge, and effluents, such as pumps, motors, and valves
  • Oversaw spill prevention and control programs
  • Submitted reports to various State Environmental Departments

 

Tyson Foods, Inc.

Robards, Kentucky

Production Supervisor Trainee

  • Administered company policies and procedures
  • Assisted in the orientation, training, and retention of team members
  • Conducted safety meetings and safety inspections
  • Directed, controlled, and coordinated employees' activities
  • Maintained quality standards and compliance with U.S.D.A. regulations, policies, and procedures
  • Preparation of written reports, including promotions, wage increases, shift premiums, and separations

 

Tyson Foods, Inc.

Robards, Kentucky

Human Resource Assistant

  • Coordinated employee activities
  • Handled and resolved employee inquiries in regard to benefits, direct deposit, and leave balances
  • Maintained accurate records and ensure complete documentation by interpreting and administering policies
  • Managed the employee retention program
  • Performed research on human resources issues
  • Recruited, interviewed, and hired personnel
  • Translated company documents from English to Spanish
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