JULIA F. HAYDEL

605 Greensboro St. Starkville, MS 39759 (662) 312-6869 judy@jhaydel.com

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QUALIFCATIONS PROFILE

 

Seasoned Project-oriented Administrator and Office Manager with notable success in the rapid improvement of the work environment and personnel decisions while streamlining the work process and constantly moving towards an end goal.

       Over 10 years of experience creating new and updating existing AutoCAD drawings for educational, research and professional applications.

       High level of technical proficiency in Microsoft Office products, Adobe products, ArcView GIS, Land Development Desktop R2, and numerous other visual and office software tools.

       Extensive experience successfully balancing and accomplishing work tasks between office and field assignments.

       An accomplished career of personnel management in a wide variety of situations with repeated successful results on both a business and personal level for employees.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Field Engineer 2004-2005

Schlumberger, Victoria, TX

Design, execute and evaluate all aspects of coiled tubing services for clients in the oilfield industry in both the office and field. Prepare contractual bids and cost estimates. Schedule personnel/equipment based on need, experience and recent work history. Manage career development paths of personnel. Evaluate and recommend changes for employee progression, office procedures and safety protocols. Provide leadership and direction for equipment crews in the field. Prepare pre-job evaluation of activities including feasibility and safety considerations. Act as On-site company representative to client. Prepare post-job documentation and evaluation. Oversee job execution with little to no support from superiors.

Key Achievements:

 

Intramural Office Supervisor, Sports Official 1998 - 2004, 2005

Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS

Manage all aspects of preparation and execution of intramural league and tournament play. Exhibit knowledge of all sports offered as well as supervise the activities. Prepare work schedules. Coordinate facilities, staff and participants for over 400 teams across all intramural sports on campus. Manage 50+ student based staff. Train new employees. Manage payroll for student employees. Arbitrate disputes between teams. Complete daily reports. Evaluate officials performance. Compile data for monthly and annual reports. Officiate competitions.

Key Achievements:

 

Civil Engineering Graduate Research Assistant 2002-2004

Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS

Assist professor in execution of research grant. Lead and coordinate data collection in a scientific manner under adverse conditions. Oversee, as well as performed, laboratory testing of collected data samples. Prepare quarterly reports for review by funding agency. Contributing author to final published report.

Key Achievements:

 

Summer Intern 1999

Elliott, Marshall, Innes Architects, Tallahassee, FL

Project team member for the renovation design of a Pensacola Junior High School耀pecifically to comply with American Disability Act regulations. Research building codes. Create new and update existing blueprints. Consult with project engineers on current construction project. Create database of references library.

 

 

Summer Intern 1998

Engineering Department -- Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall, Tuncia, MS

Design Consultant on current renovations and additions to the facility as well as organize and update the blueprints in AutoCAD. Design new gaming area to comply with specifications of corporate personnel and gaming association regulations. Assist surveillance personnel with documentation and analysis of surveillance equipment. Analyze and reconfigure vehicular and pedestrian traffic flow throughout and surrounding the facility.

 

Camp Staff Member 1994-1997

Camp Hopewell -- Camp and Conference Center, Oxford, MS

Positions held included Cabin Group Counselor, Challenge Course Lead, Adventure Camp Lead, and Unit Leader. Cabin Group Counselor resident counselor with assigned cabin, responsible for supervision and participation with cabin group in all activities. Challenge Course Lead facilitate all age groups through camp challenge course, both low elements and high ropes course. Perform maintenance, examine equipment for wear and repair/replace as necessary. Adventure Camp Lead Instruct and lead high school aged campers on skills needed for activity specific camps (rappelling, canoeing, horseback riding, etc). Unit Leader organize and manage the scheduling of cabin group activities camp-wide ensuring each activity was administered by qualified personnel, evaluate counselor performance, assist with pre-camp counselor training and serve as support staff where needed.

 

Educations, Presentations, and Publications

 

MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY

Master of Science, College of Engineering Major: Civil Engineering

Emphasis: Hydrology and Sedimentation

Thesis Title: An Investigation of Vessel Effects on Sediment Resuspension

 

Bachelor of Science, College of Engineering, May 2002 Major: Civil Engineering

Emphasis: Project Management and Structural Engineering

 

溺ANAGING WATERWAY SEDIMENTATION Transportation Research Board

Summer Ports, Waterways, Freight & International Trade Conference, Portland, OR, July 2003

 

摘VALUATION OF DREDGING NEEDS FOR THE TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY Mississippi Transportation Institute

Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, MS, October 2002

鉄EDIMENT SOLUTIONS FOR INLAND WATERWAYS American Society of Civil Engineers

Ports and Waterways Bi-Annual Symposium, Washington, D.C., November 2002

撤ORT SEDIMENT SOLUTIONS FOR THE TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY

McAnally, Haydel and Savant, Department of Civil Engineering, Mississippi State University, January 2004