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Director Distribution/Supply Chain Resume

Desired Industry: Warehouse/Inventory SpiderID: 54053
Desired Job Location: Dallas, Texas Date Posted: 9/3/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 09/26/2011
Desired Wage: 120000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes

I am ultimately looking for an opportunity where I am responsibile for creating a culture that supports positive, purposeful action in everything we do as an orgaization. I want to increase the level of energy, urgency and personal availability to support managers and employees within my organization in their efforts to assure swift action and decision making throughout all operations.


TELEFLEX MEDICAL, INC., Fort Worth, Texas • 2006-2011

Logistics General Manager, Western Region: Direct all P&L functions; including $26M plant budget, cycle counting, quality, maintenance, safety, warehousing, demand planning and administration. Create performance measurement tools to increase accuracy of time rate/fill rates, pick rates and error rates at picker level.

• Maintained 98.95% accuracy rate on $26M average monthly inventory, recognized by Price Waterhouse for outstanding efforts, and eliminating mandatory 3-day closing for full inventory.
• Maximized plant profits through key contributions in maintaining corporate and plant sales growth by deploying SCM strategies to optimize performance in the following areas: Supply Chain Reliability, Supply Chain Responsiveness, Supply Chain Flexibility, Supply Chain Costs, and Supply Chain Asset Management.
• Saved $260K in annual labor costs, skillfully consolidating 2 shifts into 1, shrinking workforce by 31% and developing, leading and implementing sourcing initiatives to reduce cost.
• Captured $18K in annual savings by establishing average daily outbound shipments of 625K to 700K, and eliminating surplus equipment to reduce overall operational expenses. Accelerating total inbound freight by 61%, stabilizing average inbound shipments at 360K/day while improving error rate from 3.09% to 3.04% of outbound shipments.

PREMIUM WATERS, INC., Fort Worth, Texas • 2001-2006

Fulfillment / Logistics Manager: Monitored inventory status of all items, maintaining allocation, developing product profiles, planning daily replenishment, and forecasting/planning production demands. Collaborated with programmers to develop applications to streamline processes and target future improvements. I coordinated program testing, outcome scenarios, and database development to track history/production values.

• Innovated procedure to produce daily query highlighting high volume return product for decollating and return to pack-and-store status. Coordinating and driving supplier improvement programs to maximize value and reduce waste at the supplier while making recommendations to improve productivity, quality, and efficiency of the Supply Chain performance.
• Slashed total work-in-progress hours, from production start to shipment confirmation at 103 from previous levels at 195 SKU’s, expertly identifying areas to improve process and enhance efficiencies.
• Drove inventory accuracy rates to 97%, expertly initiating cycle count system within facility.
• Reduced response time 30%, skillfully implementing improvements to daily replenishment process while resolving issues regarding existing and new products in a timely and cost effective manner.

TOMMY HILL / Page 2 /

THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, Waco, Texas • 1997-2000

Materials / Distribution Manager: Managed all operational aspects for 12 production lines, including budget administration, operations, system integration functions, and planning/production scheduling. I directed inter-plant purchasing/delivery, including negotiating raw material releases with vendors and corporate purchasing. Supervised 96 cross-functional staff across all areas of the warehouse, from receiving and shipping to inventory and manufacturing support.

• Applied business intelligence to developing/implementing strategic business plans for warehouse, fleet, and planning operations.
• Ensured compliance with departmental safety performance goals as well as DOT regulations.
• Administered $103M inventory budget, deftly leveraging EDI to purchasing process, reducing response time in payment of invoices while managing commercial relationships to ensure reliable supply and appropriate resolution of any disputes that arise related to supply. Drove lower total cost of ownership for materials and services needed by the company.
• Singled out to serve as corporate liaison in acquisition of several water companies, seamlessly managing online implementation/conversion from JD Edwards to SAP inventory and distribution.


TEXAS INSTRUMENTS Dallas, Texas • 1988-1997
Material / Production Manager: Utilized SPC and Six Sigma (Black Belt) in developing/maintaining control charts while achieving cost targets consistently. I directed audits, managing plant material zero-loss action team and oversaw supplier certification process while driving supplier selection activities such as audits of supplier plants to evaluate facilities and capabilities; coordinated and drove supplier improvement programs to maximize value and reduce waste at the supplier, hired/trained new staff, orienting to company policy.

• Procurement Strategy Development, Negotiating and Influencing, Procurement Process, Supplier Evaluation, Contract Execution, Floating Inquiries, Material Sources, Export Import Documentation.
• Independent Correspondence, Assertively negotiate and manage commercial supplier relationships and contracts to deliver significant cost savings for the business.
• Write and submit supplier tender documents and draft subsequent commercial contracts. Identify risks in relation to assigned major contracts, Business arrangement, Support Development of the overall solution and individual supplier solution.
• Identify risks in relation to assigned major contracts, Business arrangement, Support Development of the overall solution and individual supplier solution.

United States Navy • 1983-1988
Naval Officer – Lieutenant (Surface Warfare)

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Texas

National Naval Officer Assoc.

Service: Rapid Problem Resolution, High Inventory Accuracy, Analyze Operations/Streamline Distribution
Management: Full Life-Cycle Project Management, Continuous Process Improvement, Training/Development
WMS: System Automation, Complex Tracking & Database Management, Transition to SAP Systems

Additional Information:
Successful Operations Leader with broad experience in identifying solutions for strategic business improvements, using lean and six sigma mythologies with a varied Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP), while building a productive workforce. Respond deliberately to manage obstacles and challenges. Significant strengths to conceptualize, develop, and implement best practices throughout the organization and with suppliers, to maximize profit while minimizing costs. Facilitate cohesive cross-functional teams, and streamline process efficiencies, such as seamlessly converting 3 different WMS (QAD, JD Edwards, PRMS) into SAP for manufacturing/distribution facilities in US and Mexico, resolving ground transportation issues. I have educated end-users and mentored staff to enhance productivity despite cross-cultural challenges.

Available upon request.

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