Career Summary: An experienced Manufacturing / Industrial Engineer with more than ••••• years experience in a wide variety of manufacturing operations ••••• strengths include: - Creating Process Instructions - Creating Assembly Instructions - Time Study••••• - Process Analysis & Improvement - Plant Layout••••• - Capital Equipment Selection and Justification - Production Planning - Production Supervision
Work History: Diebold, Incorporated, Hebron, Ohio ••••• to April 1, ••••• Position: Process Engineer Responsibilities: Provide daily process engineering support for the assembly of Automated Teller Machines and Safety Deposit Box’s. Project managed the introduction of new products and the transfer of products between manufacturing facilities. Used Six Sigma tools to identify and resolve manufacturing and quality related issues. Act as a change facilator to improve existing methods, reduce costs and improve quality. Accomplishments: •Lead Process Engineer in introducing Diebold model ATM’s to a purchased ATM facility in Cassis, France and a new facility in Goa, India. •Primary contact Engineer in North America for resolving ix Model manufacturing issues at the Shanghai, China and Manaus, Brazil facilities. •Developed a Preventive Maintenance plan and equipment Spare Parts Rationalization for area fabrication and glue equipment. •Lead Process Engineer in numerous product transfers between US manufacturing facilities. •Implement process and layout improvements that resulted in a •••••% productivity improvement and a •••••% scrap reduction in the Security Deposit area. •Lead Process Engineer in the transfer of the Security Deposit product line from Newark to Lexington N.C. This included developing the floor layout, equipment and materials transfer, creating work and machine instructions, and operator and management training,
The Longaberger Company, Dresden, Ohio ••••• to ••••• Position: Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor Responsibilities: First Manufacturing Engineer for a rapidly expanding manufacturer of handcrafted baskets. Established and managed an engineering department comprised of five engineers and two Methods Improvement Analysts. Responsible for establishing piece rates, manufacturing facility layout, capital equipment justification and the implementation of process improvements. Accomplishments: •Established a Manufacturing Engineering department and Methods Improvement Team •Manufacturing layout for a new •••••,••••• sqft basket making facility and a •••••,••••• sqft woodworking facility
Scientific Columbus Company, Columbus, Ohio ••••• Position: Manufacturing Engineer Responsibilities: Sole Manufacturing Engineer for a manufacturer of electronic meters and transducers. Provided interface between design engineering and production to introduce product revisions. Evaluated existing circuit board assembly equipment and recommended changes. Accomplishments: •Integrated a new printed circuit board processing system, comprised of five pieces of capital equipment, into the manufacturing flow. •Served as a Continuous Improvement facilator for Process Improvement Teams.
Westinghouse Electric Company, Hunt Valley and Hanover, Maryland ••••• to ••••• Positions: Manufacturing Engineer,Production Supervisor and Engineer-In-Charge Responsibilities: Served in various departments, ranging from sheet metal fabrication to printed circuit boards, providing manufacturing engineering support and production supervision for a producer of Test Equipment and spare parts for the DOD and FAA. Analyze designs and determine the sequence of operations necessary to produce parts and assemblies. Accomplishments: •Consolidated two electrical circuit board departments into a single operation resulting in a floor space reduction of •••••% and productivity and quality improvements exceeding •••••%. •Developed an equipment down time action plan and required spare parts spare list for area process equipment. •Member of a cross functional, Just-In-Time team that reduced product cycle time from ••••• day to less than 5 days. This team’s accomplishments were recognized with a George Westinghouse “Signature of Excellence” award.
United States Marine Corps, Active duty ••••• – •••••, USMC Reserve ••••• Positions: Electrical Systems Technician, Instructor, Aircraft Maintenance & Material Control, Company First Sergeant Responsibilities: Served in a number of capacities within the field of aircraft maintenance and electrical systems. Attended numerous training courses pertaining to aircraft electrical systems, applicable test equipment and preventive maintenance. Served as an Instructor at the “Aircraft Electrical Systems” school for three years.
Education: BS Industrial Technology, Southern Illinois University, GPA •••••/••••• Degree was obtained while on active duty in the Marine Corps. AAS Mechanical Engineering, Muskingum Area Technical College, GPA •••••/••••• ••••• Related Training: Total Quality Management Facilator Training – Westinghouse Electric Company Just-In-Time / Continuous Improvement Techniques – David W. Buker & Associates Time Study and Methods Improvement – Maynard Research Group Demand Flow Technology – John Costanza Institute of Technology Project Management, 5S, Kiazan Event, Poky Yoke, Kan Ban, Process Capability – Diebold Training FMEA, Data Collection, Import-Export Awareness – Diebold Training Instructor Basic Course – Naval Aviation Technical Training Center
•••••Computer Skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, Visio, Power Point and Project. Also, Baan and PDM