Nathan Jilek's 9-30-15-(final)
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Nathan Jilek's 9-30-15-(final)
Nathan Paul Jilek
2819 Krenek Ct.
Rosenberg, TX 77471
Searching for a Safety Coordinator, HSE Coordinator or HSE Manager role with a growth oriented
company-providing opportunity to advance in an environment of excellence. Pursuing a rewarding role in a
challenging and healthy work environment. Open to some travel as needed.
Experienced Safety Coordinator that provides distinguished leadership with the competency to create
meaningful change. Energetic, top performance rated safety professional with an unblemished record of
comprehensive and progressive leadership experience. Solid organizational and response task management
abilities. Performs well under pressure, with sound and respected decision making in critical environments.
Adaptable, strong self-starter—provide distinguished leadership of team dynamics, with strong training,
supervisory, and collaborative abilities; rapidly adjusts to changes in schedule, team structure, incident
environment, and response conditions.
AREAS of EXPERTISE:
• Safety Coordinator
• HSE Manager
• Organizational Leadership
• Field/Facility Auditing
• DOT/NON DOT Drug
• DOT Log Book Accountability
Investigation & Reporting
• Policy Implementation &
• Root Cause Analysis
• Regulatory Planning &
• Behavior Based Training
• Personnel Benefit
• Problem Solving
Warrior Energy Services Corporation, Brookshire, TX Jan. 2014 – Sept.
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Field Safety Coordinator
• Conduct daily and monthly safety meetings
• Company safety policy implementation and accountability
• Behavior based safety program training and accountability
• Weekly/monthly facility audits, bi-weekly field audits
• Accident/incident investigation and reporting, plus root cause analysis
• DOT driver logbook accountability, DOT/NON DOT drug screens,
• TIER ll, SDS, Chemical Inventory accountability,
• Within 2 years as a safety coordinator, was the driving force in bringing the TRIR and LTIR rate to Zero
for assigned district. Plus, was the driving force in changing the safety culture in assigned district.
• In collaboration with the District Management Team, lead this district in having the best facility “Target
Zero Audit” in the entire company, as per company safety director.
Houston Fire Department (HFD)
District Chief, Houston, TX 2010 – 2011
• Responsible for Complete Fire District (40-50 supervisors and firefighters)
• Oversight, responsibility and authority for supervising and managing the district
• In charge of emergency incidents, continuing education, training, employee benefit accountability, and
• As a District Chief, was the top performance rated District Chief in HFD (on the shift assigned), and
produced the model district (as per my supervisor).
Houston Fire Department (HFD)
District Chief (Staffing Chief), Houston, TX 2008 - 2009
• Accountability and Scheduling of the overtime staffing for the entire Houston Fire Department,
comprised of 4000 plus firefighters.
• Decision maker for overtime policy as well as collaboration with the “IT” Department on design of On-
Line District Chiefs daily documentation, including: paperless Overtime Tracking and Submittal for the
entire HFD, tracking of all manpower Sick Time, Vacation Time, Holiday Time, and all associated leave.
• Chief Officer in collaboration with Staff Services in making responsibility determinations regarding all
vehicles by members of HFD, and determining disciplinary actions.
• Paperless Online Overtime submittal and accountability. Online District Chief reporting and
accountability for entire HFD. This process saved money, time, and took out all possibilities of gaming
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the overtime system (ensured fairness and equitability for all members receiving overtime assignments,
no matter the rank).
Additional HFD experience includes District Chief (Accident Investigations), District Training
Officer, Senior Captain and Captain , all of which had some Safety Coordinator related
responsibilities. (Details provided upon request)
TRAINING & CERTIFICATIONS:
Training & Certifications:
• Incident Safety Officer – Emergency Services Institute in cooperation with the National Fire Academy
• OSHA 30
• HIPPA Privacy and Security Training
• Rigger Safety Training
• Fall Protection Competent Person
• Fall User/Rescue
• Hydrogen Sulfide Training Course
• Overhead Crane Safety Course
• Lift Truck Operator Training
• CPR, AED, First-Aid, Blood borne Pathogens
• IAFF Hazardous Materials Response: Radiation, Houston Fire Academy
• WMD Radiological/Nuclear Awareness: Department of Homeland Security
• FEMA IS-00200, IS-0800 NRP, IS-00100 NIMS, IS-0700 NIMS: Emergency Mngt Institute
• Methods of Teaching Training – 40 hours, Houston Community College
Available upon request.
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