supervisor operations manager - Manufacturing Resume Search
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supervisor/operations manager Resume


Desired Industry: Manufacturing SpiderID: 67036
Desired Job Location: Detroit, Michigan Date Posted: 2/4/2013
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: any
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
OBJECTIVE
To obtain a position as a Plant Supervisor to best utilize my past training and experiences to further your company.

EXPERIENCE

Therma-Tech Engineering – Plant Manager
01/10/2012-present
• Increased the effectiveness of the leadership team by improving team focus, cohesion, and accountability.
• Reduced quality defects by 80%.
• Performed a detailed root-cause analysis and assured accountability in the manufacturing processes.
• Formulated strategic business plans to market additional products.
• Met all time and budgetary goals for a successful plant launch.
• Developed the manufacturing systems/controls, specified the material handling requirements, and orchestrated the purchase of the capital items that met required specifications.


Bean Steel –Plant Supervisor
2/14/2011-01/06/2012
• Establish the leadership and set the strategic direction
• Develop and implement strategic operating plans which enable staff to effectively run the business; both near-term tactical and long term strategic.
• Manage the operating costs while maintaining proper levels of support, to ensure safety of customer satisfaction.
• Plans, evaluates and recommends overall strategies for operations in order to meet company goals and objectives.
• Monitor key plant metrics on periodic basis and manage plant resources to achieve company goals, to include financial accountability.
• Direct and coordinate the activities of the production, maintenance, and materials management functions.
• Recognize deficiencies and develop improvement process.
• Responsibility to manage Quality Assurance.
• Support plant employee safety program to maintain safe working conditions and to deliver safety targets


ThyssenKrupp Copper and Brass– Plant Supervisor
5/20/2007 – 6/26/2009
• Supervised daily operations of work stations throughout the plant. These duties included but where not limited to overseeing work orders, daily control of product orders, production and equipment maximization and personnel.
• Involved with annual budget planning, and reviews of quotes and contracts.
• Ensured the scheduling of transportation loads were on time to fully meet the customer requirements.
• Supervised 68 union employees and non union salary employees.
• Supervised all Logistics and Transportation personnel and the shipping and receiving department
• Fills in for Plant Manager / Asst. Plant Manager on all factory–related responsibilities in his/her absence.
• Develops and maintains a positive working relationship with hourly workforce – employee relations, discipline
and complaints procedures.


ThyssenKrupp Copper and Brass– Inventory Control
3/20/2006 – 5/20/2007
• Responsible for the flow of product through the shipping department and receiving dock.
• Implemented Lean Manufacturing principles to improve the inventory flow related to the shipping and receiving department.
• Prepared and reviewed weekly inventory reconciliation reports to identify active floor cycle counts, trends and discrepancies.
• Manage the ERP system and fix any inventory issues, run report daily scan floor inventory do cycle counts on all stock then fix inventory, work with purchasing to resolve disposition of obsolete parts.








Save A Lot Foods - Manager
5/2004 – 06/2005
• Responsible for the day to day operations of the store.
• Implemented the corporate guidelines and instructions for handling store financials, such as payroll, deposits and store opening and closing procedures.
• Brainstormed new ideas to evaluate sales trends, refunds and price changes to further store needs.
• Maintained the stores product supplies and inventories.
• Oversaw the training and hiring of staff.

Worthington Steel-Team Line leader
5/1996-4/2000
• Responsible for day to day production on the line checking Quality
• Responsible for all Safety issues on the line
• Responsible for production to be done in a timely manner.

Jewel Food Stores – Manager
6/1985 – 04/1996
• Managed all aspects of the stores operations. Directly responsible for the stores profitability, and associates.
• Worked with the associates to ensure all Union guidelines and agreements were followed.
• Developed strategies to improve sales and customer satisfaction.




COMPUTER SKILLS
SAP, AS400 payroll, Kronos Payroll, Microsoft Excel and Word

EDUCATION
Jackson Community College – Jackson, MI
• January 1996 to March 1998
• Coursework included:
o Business Management
o Criminal Justice
Vandercook Lake High School – Jackson, MI
• Obtained Diploma



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