|Desired Industry: Manufacturing
|Desired Job Location: Manchester, New Hampshire
||Date Posted: 5/4/2011
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: Any
|Desired Wage: 60-80,000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Management (Manager, Director)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
|Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent
||Willing to Relocate: No
My objective is to work with a progressive organization that will use my skills and allow me to continue to grow as a Supervisor, Manager, and or Trainer.
3/2010 – 4/2011
Quality Supervisor Amphenol Printed Circuits Nashua, NH
• Responsible for all personnel, Training and cross training, cost improvement programs, hiring, evaluation, and workflow through the Quality Assurance testing Lab and Quality Control departments. 20 employees in 3 departments in a High Tech, rigid/flex 4M$/month facility.
4/2007 – 2/2009 Biofuels of New England, LLC
With my co-owner I designed, built, and operated a Biodiesel refinery with capability of producing approximately one million gallons of ASTM quality Biodiesel fuel. Used vegetable oils from local restaurants was chemically changed to separate out the Glycerin and soap from the Methyl Ester, known as Biodiesel or B-100
2/2006 - 4/2007 Titan PCB East, Amesbury, MA
Responsible for growing the business through a staff of managers in 7 departments, 65 total employees. Responsible for all aspects of the facility's functions. We built Printed Circuit boards for the military and commercial sectors and during my time, the facility grew from an average of $400,000./month to $650,000./month in sales.
03/2005 – 02/2006 Circuit Connect Nashua, NH
• Responsible for all of the manufacturing processes. Engineering responsibility for process improvements, new technology, supplier interface, new process implementation, cost reductions, and operator training.
Manufacturing Shift Supervisor
06/2004 – 03/2005 Teradyne Corp. Nashua, NH
• Supervisor responsibility for 30% of the processes in the manufacturing of high technology printed circuit boards. Supervision over 12 operators within 3 departments.
Microsection / Fault Analysis Technician
10/2003 – 6/2004 Sanmina Corp. Wilmington, MA
• Responsibilities included the preparation and evaluation of microsections to evaluate the customer’s product against specifications.
• The destructive testing on failed product to ascertain the root cause.
2/2001 - 11/2002 Sanmina Corp., Nashua, NH
2000 – 2001 Training Manager•
Responsible for all process training, supervisor leadership training, and management skills training • Created courses, tested to, and certified operators to the written SOP(s).
11/1996 - 1/2001 Sanmina Corp., Nashua, NH
1996 - 2000 Production Manager• Directed activities through subordinate managers and supervisors to attain goals consistent with quality, cost, and delivery requirements,• Established material, equipment, and manpower resource requirements,• Developed departmental standards and practices,• Responsible for hiring, training, motivating, disciplining, and appraising subordinates.
11/1991 - 11/1996 Sanmina Corp., Nashua, NH
1991 - 1996 Engineering Manager• Manage all Engineering functions: .Statistical Process Control systems administration (SPC),•Facilities and Maintenance departments,. Process Engineering,• Information Technology sector (I.T.), . Chemical and Microsectioning Labs,• Methods Engineering,. Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM),•Capitol Equipment Acquisition and Cost Saving programs.
Process Engineering Manager
11/1989 - 11/1991 Sanmina Corp., Nashua, NH
1989 - 1991 Process Engineering Manager• Full responsibilities for the planning, organizing, and for conducting process improvement projects within the fabrication and evaluation of bare boards,• Coordinated and focused the efforts and projects of all process engineers,• Recommended changes and alternate approaches to optimize reliability of processes.
Sr. Chemical Engineer
10/1987 - 11/1989 Sanmina Corp., Nashua, NH
1987 - 1989 Sr. Chemical Engineer• One of a handful of people that developed and implemented a start-up strategy that brought on line, a functioning prototype to medium volume production PCB facility,• With the purchase of new equipment, oversee floor plan layout to maximize process flow,• Recruited, hired, and trained a production staff of operators, lead operators, and supervisors• Wrote Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
9/2001 Nelson Environmental, Derry, NH
•40 hour HazMat training to level “A”. Use of equipment and procedures used in emergency, Hazardous spills as a first responders.
1999 Dale Carnegie, Manchester, NH
A 13 week course to improve skills in communication, speaking, morale building.
1986 Hesser College, Manchester, NH
Some College Coursework Completed
Total Quality Management
IPI-A-600 CIT(Certified IPC Trainer)
Skill Name Skill Level Last Used/Experience
All MSOffice software Intermediate Currently used
AutoCad Beginer Current
Teaching management skills Expert Currently used
Trainer IPC-A-600 Currently used
A versatile manager with significant experience in the processing of high layer count multiplayer printed circuit boards. With 14 years with Sanmina Corp., I have expertise in Engineering as a Process Engineer, as a Process Engineering Manager, and Engineering Manager. I have additional, specific, abilities in developing people’s management skills, and teaching team leadership. I’ve held the position of Manufacturing Manager for many years and my last position with this company was as the facility’s Training Manager. After several years of retirement, I returned to the industry to work for Titan PCB in Amesbury MA. as the General Manager. When Titan Corporate closed, I started my own business with a partner, making Biodiesel fuel from used, restaurant, vegetable oil. This Biodiesel fuel was mixed with #2 home heating oil.
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