Superintendent of Operations, Shift Foreman Manager, Production Coordinator (rotating shift), Six Sigma Green Belt Certification, Lean Practitioner Certification (Goodrich), Process Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Process engineering design experience, process controls knowledge, MS Office, MS Project, MS Access, MS PowerPoint, experience with SAP, AutoCAD, SolidWorks 3D Modeling, P&IDs, PFDs
Bachelor of Science, Florida State University, Chemical Engineering
Bachelor of Science, University of Florida, Mathematics
September ••••• to March •••••
Manufacturing Engineer III, Goodrich Corporation, Jacksonville,
Florida. Indirectly supervise/direct composite technicians, non-union, self-directed workforce, to produce composite parts for commercial airlines and military applications. Responsible for production, quality, and on-time delivery for 3 products. Technical Lead for pilot plant, FyreRoc, cold-environment, liquid inorganic resin. Documented improved technical procedures and training in document management system using customer/government specifications, designs, and standard procedures. Identified, led, and implemented Kaizen events and teams to deliver continuous improvement results. Instrumental in carrying out first work cell implementation of standard work. Developed Material Replenishment System (MRS) for CMC Radomes, first of its kind at location. Lead cross-functional team to developed/conduct first training program at location in •••••+ years for technicians to operate multiple Autoclaves. Used data and problem-solving techniques with re-design to solve CMC Radome scrap issue saving $•••••K per year or 5% of gross margin for product line.
June ••••• to January •••••
Senior Process Engineer, PCS Phosphate, White Springs, Florida.
Dry products process engineer monitoring production quality delivering rate improvements, and cost reductions for 3 fertilizer and feed plant operations. Supported operations and maintenance staff to improve reliability and efficiency of operating equipment. Implemented Safe Food, Safe Feed program for White Springs.
April ••••• to June •••••
Superintendent of Operations, PCS Phosphate, White Springs, Florida.
Swift Creek Chemical Complex. Complex produced Phosphoric and Sulfuric acids. Supervised ••••• wage and salary employees in a union facility, ••••• operation. Managed maintenance operation of ••••• Set monthly and •••••ual priorities for operations and maintenance. Managed production, safety, environmental, costs, and quality for three products. P&L responsibility for Black Super Phosphoric Acid. Interfaced as the Technical Service Representative for Sulfuric Acid with corporate sales team. Managed all personnel issues and personnel development. Led and executed major outages including a $••••• MM capital expansion. Successfully completed 2 capital projects to reduce number of control rooms and operators through improved control systems upgrades
June ••••• to April •••••
Production Engineer II, PCS Phosphate, White Springs Operations.
Swift Creek Chemical Complex. White Springs, Florida. Manager of Shift Foreman, supervising wage operators on-site. Set daily priorities for operations and maintenance. Completed daily production and month-end financial reports. Initiated efforts to improve Evaporation thruput by testing anti-scaling reagent. Initiated feasibility study of costs and benefits for major capital expansion, Recrystallization. Optimized usage and costs for chemical reagents. Initiated Lost Tons accounting for production improvements. Led Tap Root investigations for all safety related incidents at site. Improved safety systems for Lock, Tag, and Try in Phosphoric Acid Department.
August ••••• to June •••••
Process Engineer II, PCS Phosphate, White Springs Operations.
Technical responsibilities for process improvements in Phos Acid. Monitor and troubleshoot finished product quality issues in all departments. Designed and managed AquaMag capital project, $••••• M. Reduced losses in Purification Area by •••••% reducing costs by $•••••M per year. Measured performance of Ucego filter quarterly. Developed method for measuring Crystallizer performance and filtration characteristics to improve production rate of Plant bottleneck.
January ••••• to August •••••
Liquor Loop Process Engineer, Weyerhaeuser, Flint River Operations, Oglethorpe, Georgia.
Pulp and Paper Manufacturing. Managed process efficiency results for 3 process areas: Recovery Boiler, Evaporators, and Recausticizing Processes. Coach for Recaust Technicians for daily operations and maintenance pl•••••ing. Responsible for Tracking and improving •••••% Reliable Rate for Plant Bottleneck-Recovery from ••••• TPD to ••••• TPD. Project Manager for Recaust Online Liquor Analyzer Capital Project of $•••••M cost and •••••% ROI. BMP Project Manager for Liquor Loop processes. Coordinator for Unit Safety Near Miss Program.
May ••••• to December •••••
Production Coordinator, Weyerhaeuser, Flint River Operations
Shift Manager responsible for shift production results. Executed pl•••••ed and unpl•••••ed production downtime across the Plant. Directed a shift of ••••• operators and maintenance personnel to resolve production issues. Directed team decision-making regarding operations, quality, environmental, and safety issues. Improved production scheduling, execution process. Increased production thruput by ••••• metric tons per day (average) by changing production scheduling methods, reducing bottleneck. Plant Reliability increased from •••••% to •••••% during this time.
August ••••• to May •••••
Plant Process Engineer, Weyerhaeuser, Flint River Operations
Improvng processes to reduce chemical and raw material usage. Completed projects include the Sodium Bisulfite Project, Recaust Area Reduction in Staffing, Saltcake Improvement and Controls Projects, Liquor Exchange Project, and Recaust Area Process Audit. Received cash bonus for improvements in Recaust. Project achieved significant reduction in manufacturing costs approximately $1 MM/year.
Process Six Sigma Green Belt