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Desired Industry: Executive SpiderID: 48961
Desired Job Location: Freehold, New Jersey Date Posted: 3/10/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediatley
Desired Wage: 175000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Executive (President, VP, CEO) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
SUMMARY PROFILE

Innovative and outcome-focused leader
with uncompromising commitment to
achieving exceptional results in highly
competitive environments that demand
continuous improvement. Offer senior
leadership experience in driving
product, process and service
improvements while building mutual
relationships with international
suppliers and vendors. Demonstrate
consistent record of success in fuelling
increase in productivity levels,
reducing operational cost and improving
product quality by leveraging world-
class manufacturing concepts (Lean
Manufacturing and Six Sigma).


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

SIEMENS HEARING INSTRUMENTS ~
PISCATAWAY, NJ
Senior Director of Quality Assurance and
Regulatory Affairs Oct 2008-Present
Director of Quality Assurance and
Regulatory Affairs Aug 2007-Oct
2008

Provide strategic leadership and
direction to 7 direct and 47 indirect
reports, along with the responsibility
for managing annual budget in excess of
$10M. Administer quality assurance and
regulatory affairs for all hearing
products generated by Siemens within
North and South American regions.
Established and maintain an open line of
communication with international
supplier base in Singapore, Germany, and
China. Strictly enforce compliance with
FDA and FTC regulations. Function as
EH&S executive sponsor designated to
perform duties relating to
environmental, workers compensation,
OSHA and compliance. Serve as Business
Continuity Officer and HIPAA compliance
officer with full responsibility of
ensuring strict compliance with all
HIPAA requirements.

- Formulated and led the strategic
implementation of a fully automated new
inventory management system that greatly
reduced inventory carrying costs by50%
or equivalent to $18M.
- Instrumental for the planning
and implementation of facility
renovations valued at $7M.
- Strategically devised business
continuity plan.
- Played an integral role for
driving quality improvements to both new
and repaired products.

STRYKER ORTHOPAEDIC ~ MAHWAH, NJ
Operations Manager / Advanced Operations
Jan 2005-Jul 2007

Rendered functional oversight to 14
direct reports; coordinated all actions
relating to project monitoring, which
include new project management tools,
records of expenditure, weekly progress
reports and staff conferences to
communicate current projects status to
senior leadership. Displayed proficiency
in coordinating all incoming raw
material procurement in adherence to
project scope, price and availability.
Leveraged strong analytical capabilities
in evaluating expenditures, financial
and operations reports to determine
requirements for increasing profits,
including need for amplifying capacity
of core products, maximizing product
portfolio size range and optimizing
product pricing. Actively participated
in D.O.E., mock runs, validations, FDA,
510K and GMPs.

- Generated 75% increase in
operational capacity by streamlining
traditional production practices.
- Dramatically improved production
output in excess of $11M for the last
two calendar years through the
successful implementation of Six Sigma
tools to facilitate process improvement
initiatives.
- Gained recognition for
successfully planning and coordinating
supply chain activities in collaboration
with global partners; expertly handled
negotiation with 3rd party contracts in
OSP and alternate sourcing vendors.
- Trimmed down more than $1M in
operational outlays through successful
implementation of Lean inventory
practices.

FORD MOTOR COMPANY ~ EDISON, NJ
Vehicle Line Quality Manager (Ranger /
Mazda) / Member, Executive Operating
Committee 1997-2004
Training Manager 1996-1997
Production Superintendent 1992-
1996
Manufacturing and Planning Engineer
1991-1992
Q1 Coordinator 1990-1991
Production Supervisor 1989-1990

Fostered authentic leadership image and
motivated 11 direct salary and 200+ UAW
hourly toward the achievement of common
shared goal. Facilitated streamlined
operations and in compliance with
applicable regulatory codes,
particularly OSHA, EPA, ISO9000,
ISO14000 and QS9000 mandates. Displayed
hands-on management style in leading 10
subordinate managers and supervisors as
well as 103 hourly employees.
Transformed existing staff into a
tightly focused support structure with
unyielding focus to championing all
established objectives and stringent
schedules.

- Spearheaded the implementation
of a quality operating system that
yielded considerable warranty cost
savings by 1.2M savings for FY2003.
- Orchestrated the deployment of
two quality-related "best practices"
that was later adopted as the company’s
standard operating procedures (Customer
Feedback Cards and Edison FCPA process).
- Devised aggressive business
plans that drove 4% reduction in direct
labor costs while saving the company
$250K annually for the last 5 years;
handled $5M direct labor payroll for
calendar year 2003.
- Exhibited proficiency in
managing plant indirect materials with
$10M (per 2003) annual budget;
formulated strategic initiatives to
eradicate various wastes that resulted
in 10% reduction in indirect materials
usage yearly.
- Fused 21% improvement in
warranty repair frequency in 2000
generated from successful deployment of
Tag relief production system.
- Praised by management for
successfully leading the planning and
execution of key quality initiatives
that was instrumental for the
achievement of an unprecedented 2 out of
2 J.D. Power awards for model year 2000
(Mazda B-series, Spring 2000 and Ranger,
Fall 2000), as well as 2 out of 2 J.D.
Power awards for model year 2003 (Mazda
B-series, Spring 2003 and Ranger, Fall
2003).
- Handled the transitioning of
two-shift to a one-shift production
organization that greatly improved
quality output; generated 39%
improvement in warranty expenditure
along with frequency repair in 2002.
- Designated by executive
management to assume the role of a plant
closure transition team leader
responsible for plant decommission
planning, people transfer (at 800
hourly/100 salary), union partnering and
community relations regarding all
aspects of shutting down operations.
Successfully migrated all personnel from
plant assignment and developed last few
months on units without affecting
production quality.
- Chaired the Ford Motor Company
Corporate Citizenship Committee from
1999 to 2004.
- Orchestrated functions of
Citizenship Team in providing support to
the Special Olympics and other various
non-profit organizations.
- Garnered Ford Motor Company
Volunteer of the Year Awards in 1999 and
2001 for successfully leading plant
corporate.


Education:
EDUCATION

MBA Certificate Degree ~ University of
Liverpool, Liverpool, UK (2007)
Master of Science in Management and
Technology ~ Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute, Troy NY (2004)
Bachelor of Science in Management
Science ~ Kean University, Union, NJ
(1991)


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Skills:
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Additional Information:
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Program in Supply Chain Management ~
Rutgers University, New Brunswick NJ
(2006)
Lean Learning Academy (2003)
Six Sigma Black Belt Champion


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