John P. Hayes III
90 Edgewood Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14223-2802
Day Phone: 716.645.2752
Eve Phone: 716.838.2052
Fax: 716.645.3895


Seeking to upgrade my position and assume additional responsibilities in an environment which allows me to motivate others and myself to reach their full potential. 


Manager, Fleet and Warehouse Services 1993 - Current
State University of New York at Buffalo - University Facilities, Buffalo, NY 14260

Manage the Fleet and Warehouse operations of the largest public university in New York and New England with a student base of 25,000 full and part-time students.

Fleet operations consist of two 12,000 square foot repair facilities on two campuses with a combined staff of 13 technicians and supervisors and a budget of over $1,000,000, including personnel services.  Responsible for the repair and preventive maintenance services of a fleet in excess of 320 licensed units and over 300 non-licensed units.  Responsible for the evaluation, specification, and purchase of replacement vehicles and equipment.  Coordinate and manage the accident reporting system for campus vehicles including cost recovery and self-insurance responsibilities.  Manage the implementation of EPACT regulations concerning alternative fueled vehicles, including the specification and purchase of alternative fueled vehicles.  Manage the operation of an on-campus tri-fuel center including gasoline, diesel fuel and compressed natural gas (CNG).  Manage an on-campus rental vehicle fleet supplemented by a contracted vendor of rental vehicles for use by University personnel.

Warehouse operations consist of a 33,000 square foot central storage, receiving and distribution facility with a staff of six.  The facility also serves as the Central Stores operation for the two campuses of the University.  The operation also is the central processing point for all surplus campus assets.

Automotive Maintenance Inspector 1988-1993
State University of New York at Buffalo - University Facilities, Buffalo, NY 14260

Evaluate and purchase replacement vehicles for the campus fleet.  Develop and maintain the vehicle preventive maintenance computerized program, assuring vehicles are serviced on a regular basis.  Manage the inventory control process for the entire University Facilities capital asset inventory including vehicles, tools, equipment and computer hardware.

Motor Equipment Mechanic 1984-1988
State University of New York at Buffalo - University Facilities, Buffalo, NY 14260

Diagnosis and repair of a variety of light and heavy duty motor vehicles.


Currently pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration 1990-current
State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260