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Resume for Vladimir D. for Manager / Supervisor / Team Leader / Real Estate & Property Management in Calgary, Canada




Occupation: Manager / Supervisor / Team Leader Industry: Real Estate & Property Management
Country: Canada City: Calgary
State: Alberta ZIP: T3L0A3



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VLADIMIR ALFONSO D. ALLIEGRO
Tuscany Boulevard NW Apt , Calgary, AB, TLA. Mobile:
CAREER SUMMARY
years of support, facility management, security, and labor relations experience in the oil and gas industry, with
proven safety and security values. Accomplished in all aspects of preventive maintenance processes in Building and
Compounds Services including training next generation leaders, identifying site leads personnel talent, reducing
safety and security incidents, improving office projects, and reducing the cost of any main activity. Goal oriented and
motivated with a proven track record for superior negotiations, ethics, dedication, and integrity. Recognized expertise
in arranging and coordinating site and maintenance operations, managing multiple and large scale movements of
people and restacking. I ensure customer satisfaction with delivery of facility management services, assuming a lead
role in monitoring, dealing with complaints, and providing useful services to customers.
Multilingual executive proficient in negotiating conflicts, time management and interrogation skills.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
> Assigned team won second place globally safety award in for achieving a record years of operating
without accidents or recordable injuries and within time expected.
> Member of the team that won the first place in America for achieving a record years of operating without
accidents or recordable injuries and within time expected in .
> Lead Country Manager Award given by Venezuela’s ExxonMobil President for saving over
USD K yearly by changing the system for managing employees, security, and emergencies response.
> Latin American HR Award given by Human Resources department for signing the first collective
agreement between Operadora Cerro Negro, S.A ExxonMobil affiliate and Oil Unions Federations.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
JONES LANG LASALLE, VENEZUELA JAN –
NOV
Site Leader
Managed all Jones Lang LaSalle facilities site MultiTenant Building from Procter & Gamble de Venezuela real
estate, infrastructure, soft services, security, operations and maintenance services including ground transportation of
cars, direct reports, , Sqf, USD M budget
• Upgraded P&G floors in months , Sqf for employees, Capex approved, USD M, Expenses
USD K, including new Conference Rooms, Huddles and Relaxing area.
• Installed a new Power Generator KVA for all building in order to comply with the local government
decree and save more than % of power energy consumption by month. Capex M USD.
EXXON MOBIL
ESSO EXPLORATION ANGOLA
Operation and Maintenance Advisor,
Managed operations, maintenance, safety, security and help desk coordination to reduce request response time for
houses and buildings. Reported to Angola Facility Manager, direct reports, USD M budget.
• Expanded the existing warehouse to file years of inactive files for medium term use, receiving an industrial
safety award for achieving this construction with no accidents or lost time incidents.
• Moved employees from office buildings to a new facility in months, with no accidents and lost time
incidents.
• Saved USD K annually in maintenance costs over a year period, replacing power generators worth
USD .M and achieving reliability on new generators for the electric service of expatriate families’
compounds.
• Reduced the crime rate from % to %, by installing a new USD M security system to protect
expatriate families and saving USD K yearly by rationalizing security personnel.
• Negotiated and signed a unique contract for preventive maintenance and repair of all swimming pools in
Esso Angola, saving an estimated USD K per year by reducing several existing contracts.
• Developed a contingency plan for our new Esso Angola headquarters, achieving the approval and creation
for new guardian floors and the respective drills.
• Developed a contingency plan for avian and swine influenza in our new Esso Angola headquarters,
achieving its adoption, creation of critical positions and the respective drills.
• Improved by % the use of vehicles and achieved USD K annual savings by providing new pool
and shuttle transportation services to Esso Angola expatriate and local employees.
EXXONMOBIL DE VENEZUELA,
Facilities Manager,
Managed all ExxonMobil headquarters and affiliates facilities Office and Residential sites real estate, infrastructure,
security, operations and maintenance services including ground transportation of cars, direct reports, USD
M budget.
• Reduced the rate of car theft from % to % by installing a new navigation system worth USD K,
protecting critical employees and saving USD K per year by reducing security personnel and vehicle
thefts.
• Upgrade and restacking the headquarters ExxonMobil de Venezuela Building due to closure of the
Venezuelan operations. Capex, USD M.
• Constructed the Main File Center room, , Sqf, Capital project approved, USD , M.
• Negotiated the main contract for preventive maintenance for Caracas, Jose and Morichal Facilities.
• Reduced by % the rate of car theft and security incidents with armed vehicles valued at USD K,
protecting critical or key employees, saving USD K annually in security personnel and vehicle thefts.
• Reduced crime rate from % to % by installing a new security system, valued at USD K to protect
employees and contract employees, saving USD K annually by reducing security personnel.
• Reduced % of the car fleet, saving USD K yearly by organizing a new transport pool for personnel.
Security Advisor,
• Managed and implemented affiliatewide security policies and programs designed to protect operations,
assets and employees while serving as the primary security advisor to senior management.
• Managed security at incountry affiliate operations in different localities with direct employees and
contract employees, direct reports, USD M budget.
• Reduced % of security incidents, achieving USD K annual savings by implementing a new
outsourcing contract security service.
• Reduced crime rate from % to %, by installing a new USD M security system within plants to
protect employees and contract employees, saving USD K annually by reducing the number of
security personnel.
• Negotiated and signed a new agreement with the National Guard, achieving a effective support of the state
security forces.
Labor Relation Manager,
Managed all labor relations activities, such as Union Collective Bargain agreements and Actas Convenios
negotiations and all labor guidelines and strategies for ExxonMobil de Venezuela and affiliates. Reported to
HR Manager, direct reports, USD M budget.
• Negotiated in months Actas Convenios for the Faja Project in order to build two plants with ,
contractor employees that saved USD K annually and established the precedent for Faja Operators.
• Negotiated in months, the first Collective Bargain Agreement covering direct employees and
contractors, achieving savings of USD K per year, establishing the precedent for Faja Projects.
• Prepared policies and guidelines for Human Resource Management at ExxonMobil and its subsidiaries.
• Prepared the Orientation Program for the new employees at headquarters and affiliates.
MARAVEN, S.A. PDVSA SUBSIDIARY, VENEZUELA
Managed all labor relations activities, such as union negotiations and conflict resolution in west Zulia State and
prepared all labor cost calculations that impacted direct or indirect manpower covered by PDVSA Collective Bargain
Agreement, direct reports, USD M budget.
Contractors Control Superintendent,
• Ensured compliance of Oilfield Service and Maintenance Contractors with the current Oil Industry
Collective Bargaining Agreement.
• Prepared target budget for oilfield workers’ benefits package.
• Administered manpower associated with the oilfield service contracts for western Venezuela.
Head of Industrial Relations,
• Assured continuous oilfield operations in southern Lake Maracaibo through effective coordination of the
oilfield workers’ benefits payment.
• Managed effectively relations with Oilfield Workers’ Unions.
Industrial Relations Advisor,
• Participated in the negotiation of the current Oil Industry Collective Bargaining Agreement, as member of
the cost and estimating team.
• Developed and implemented Work Process Diagrams for the Industrial Relations Department.
• Labor advisor in Lagunillas for the Marine Transportation at Lake Maracaibo.
Recruitment and Selection: Scholarship, Summer Internships and Thesis Analyst,
Fideicommissum Administrator,
Assistant to the Retirement Administrator,
Assistant to the Housing Plans Administrator/Housing Plans Administrator,
EDUCATION
Bachelor in Business Administration, Major in Banking and Finance, Universidad Metropolitana,
Bachelor in Business Administration, Major in Management, Universidad Metropolitana, Caracas,
Languages: Spanish Native, English fluent, Portuguese conversational
Proficient with SAP, Microsoft Office,Lotus Notes, Outlook and other relevant software applications

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