|Desired Industry: Manufacturing
|Desired Job Location: Plano, Texas
||Date Posted: 7/23/2012
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: TBD
|Desired Wage: 88,000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Management (Manager, Director)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
|Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors
||Willing to Relocate: No
A self-motivated quality and lean manufacturing professional that is able to evaluate quality systems, establish processes and cut costs.
May 2012 ‘V Present
A $3 billion lead acid transportation and industrial battery manufacturer with operations in more that 80 countries.
Corporate TPS Lean Manager/ Site Quality and Refining Manager- Frisco
Site responsibilities include the refining process of the lead that is recycled out of spent batteries and the validation that they meet the internal customers specification. Corporate TPS Lean Manager responsible is for the lean transformation for the Canon Hollow and the Lampeter facilities.
« Implementation of the Industrial Cell Extraction production in the Frisco location in June 2012. The kaizen scope included equipment installation, standardized work development and visual goal development. Total annualized savings for the project was $720k.
July 2009 ‘V May 2012
A $6 billion dollar company which includes 175 plants worldwide and founded in 1833. The product lines include lighting, enclosures, communication data cabinets, cable tray, metering, power tools, wiring devices, among many others.
Responsible for managing customer complaints and implementation of teams for resolution. Manage a staff of four quality technicians. Manage the warranty department and exceeded a warranty goal decrease of 20% year over year. Assist to resolve quality issues on the production floor and act as a liaison between departments. Implemented customer complaint and supplier corrective action request into SAP. On-Site resolution to customer complaints- Georgia Power; Northeast Utilities. Quality tollgate DMAIC team lead on several projects.
« Implemented a customer complaint and supplier corrective action request system at the Sherman, TX plant.
« High Flow Line that relocated 50% of the labor to other positions in the facility.
« Reduction of warranty claims year over year of 20% through closed loop customer complaint system.
« Implementation of process control systems to monitor the process before nonconforming product can be generated.
« Led scrap reduction team with a 47% improvement.
« Development of PFEMA‘¦s and process control audits for internal and external complaint resolution.
« ISO 9000:2008 plant certification in November 2011.
August 2004 ‘V July 2009
A $4 billion dollar company which includes 68 plants in the US, Mexico, Italy and Canada. Injection, thermoforming, compression and blow molding operations which supplies rigid and flexible packaging to Tear 1 customers which includes-Kraft, General Mills, ConAgra, Dean Foods, Unilever, L‘¦Oreal, Dannon, Coke, Target, Wal-Mart, and Nestle among many others.
Responsible for the quality system in the Berry Plastics, Lawrence and Baltimore plants. Responsible for managing customer complaints and maintaining/ exceeding customer expectations. Directly responsible for maintaining the following accreditations: American Institute of Baking (AIB), YUM! Brands (KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut), ASI (McDonalds) and GMA. Perform design of experiments to evaluate issues. Supervise a staff of 25 inspectors. Manage the corrective actions, customer complaint system, budget, correspondence with customers, ISO certification, quality training and calibration system. Oversee the improvement teams and their progress. Oversee the internal corrective/ preventive action system. Responsible for the Gage R&R and capability systems. Was promoted and relocated from Maryland to Kansas in 2005.
« Implemented a data collection and SPC system that has decreased quality labor by 9%.
« Qualification of the Lawrence, KS plant to supply Kraft.
« Team savings of at least $100,000 in improvements for 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009.
« Worked directly with Starbucks, McDonalds and YUM! Brands with qualification of the thermoforming machines and molds at the Lawrence, KS and Evansville, IN plants. This project also launched the co-pp clarified drink cups into the market that was saturated with PET material. This reduced Starbucks purchasing costs by $3 million annually and converted $30 million in sales from Solo to Berry Plastics.
« Led the standardized inspection system within 16 plants within the rigid open top division.
« Developed the corrective action system and rolled out to the 16 plants within the rigid open top division.
« iCiX Deans Food administrator for the Rigid Open Top Division.
« Five consecutive years of AIB, YUM!, ASI, Silliker product safety audits in the Excellent or Superior rating.
« Quality Manager of the year award for 2007.
Handy and Harman
September 1993 ‘V August 2004
A $400 million diversified manufacturer of electronic materials, specialty wire and tubing, specialty fasteners and fittings, fabricated precious metals, injection molded plastics, brazing and welding products.
Wire and Cable Group, Cockeysville, MD
October 2003 ‘V August 2004
Responsible for a staff of nine Inspectors and to organize their daily activities. Maintain the department and assist the Quality Manager with Corrective Actions, customer complaint system, budget, correspondence with customers, maintaining ISO certification, and calibration system.
« Reduced the inspection process by 75% and the rejection rate 40% after implementing SPC
« Project Champion for a successful plant wide 5S initiative and on the lean Kaizen team
« Actively participated on AS:9100 team that successfully achieved accreditation in two months
« On the staff that increased efficiencies by 300%, increased on time deliveries from 60% to 100%, lead times were reduced from eight weeks to two weeks, and machine output was raised from 2000 feet per minute to 6000 feet per minute.
Continental Industries, Broken Arrow, OK
July 1993 ‘V October 2003
Held various positions of increasing responsibility
Last of which:
Lead Quality Inspector
Responsible for the quality system for the Broken Arrow plant. Headed engineering projects and complaint investigation.
« Participated in a customer complaint reduction team, which decreased complaints by 90%
« Facilitated IAPMO approval that opened up another market for selling the product
« Initiated process streamlining for the quality department that allowed another $2 million in sales without added head count
« BBA- Management Information Systems, Oklahoma State University- Tulsa 2003
« Lean Manufacturing expertise through JCIT
« ISO 9001:2000 Lead Auditor
« ISO9000:2008 Lead Auditor
« GE Six Sigma Green Belt Trained; Manufacturing Variation Program (Cooper Industries Green Belt equivalent)
« HACCP- GMP Certified through AIB
« Berry Plastics 2007 Quality Manager of the year award.
Statistical Process Control
Six Sigma-Green Belt Productivity Improvements
Injection Molding Thermoforming
DOE Sheet Metal
Powder and E-Coat
ISO 9000:2008 Lead Auditor
JDE TPS- Toyota Production System
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