|Desired Industry: Business/Management
|Desired Job Location: Richmond, Virginia
||Date Posted: 6/18/2013
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 7/1/2013
|Desired Wage: 100,000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Management (Manager, Director)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
|Highest Degree Attained: Masters
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
A position to use my strengths in management, application of analysis tools, and computer support to bring increased business and profits to my employer.
Virginia Department of Transportation Richmond, Virginia 2011 Current
Senior Consultant Safety Performance Measurement Division, November. 2011 Current
Responsibilities: Customer Call Center analysis, Document processes, collect and analyze process data.
Flexicell Robotic Packaging and Palletizing Ashland, Virginia. 2011 2011
Consultant Lean Initiative, June. 2011 November 2011
Responsibilities: Implement Lean Six Sigma Continual Improvement, Document processes.
Virginia Corporation Commission Richmond, Virginia. 2010 2010
Utility, Pipeline and Railroad Program Specialist, Feb. 2010 December 2010
Responsibilities: Perform expert statistical analysis relative to the Division's pipeline safety, rail safety and damage prevention programs, analyze data from different sources and properly categorize and summarize the relationships and trends in reports for management review. Data access, analysis and forecasting of key safety metrics using Crystal Reports, SQL and Excel 2007.
Intertek Testing Services assigned to Altria Client Services Richmond, Virginia. 2008 2009
Global Program Coordinator, Jan. 2008 Jan. 2009
Achievements: Coordinate Quality and Social Compliance Audits for products manufactured globally and distributed in North America: Review and interpret Social Compliance Audits, Pre-shipment Inspections, and product test results; Develop specifications and coordinate testing for Hard lines, Textiles, Electronics and Food contact products. Determine Regulatory effects on product specifications: Disposable packaging material - CONEG, Proposition 65, labeling - F.P. & L. Act (16 CFR 500), Country of origin - NAFTA & FTCA section 5 requirements, Fiber content - AATCC 20/20A, Lead content in coatings - CPSC 16 CFR Part 1303, UL/ETL rating - FCC Part 15 Doc.
IPC Technologies assigned to Philip Morris Richmond, Virginia. 2005 2007
Reliability Engineer, Sept. 2005 April 2007
Achievements: Failure Mode and Effects and Analysis completed for Receiving, Conditioning, Blending, Tipping Paper (filter paper) Perforation and Cigarette Manufacturing identified opportunities to improve process reliability and make supply of material to customer departments more consistent through improved communication, procedures, labeling and documentation of maintenance procedures; Quality Training Development for Pareto Analysis and Flow Charting.
Software: Reliasoft Process FMEA software, BlockSim Reliability Block Design and Fault Tree Analysis software.
Schmitt E.G. Chester/Sandston, Virginia and Leixlip, Ireland. 2001 2005
Business Unit Quality Manager, Dec. 2001 June 2005
Achievements: Developed quality management structure, hired and prepared quality engineers/managers for multiple plants. Supervision: 2 quality engineers, 3 quality analysts, 10 quality technicians
Quality Team Achievements: ISO registration for two plants, SPC introduction, Quality Database implementation, and Quality training module development.
Infineon Technologies Richmond/White Oak Semiconductor - Sandston, Virginia 1998 - 2001
Reliability & Quality Assurance - QA Engineer Assembly, Mar. 1999 Oct, 2001
Achievements: Developed quality/process metrics, Monitored M-Gate, Quality Tools Work Group for SPC Council, led or participated in Material Review Boards as needed, Contributed to Sun Task Force to improve temperature cycle performance of modules that led to sales for applications in the SUN server market - $330,000 in sales. Led MRB team to eliminate material mixes which had caused rework that had cost $200k in 3 months. Led MRB to investigate chip process and resolve issue that could have meant recall of 4k server quality modules. Led MRB to investigate cause of misprocess that resulted in scrap/downgrade that cost $250k, then worked with process engineers to mistake proof the process. Worked with global team to setup common defect catalog for all locations. Completed Lead Auditor Training by Perry Johnson and became IPC-610 Certified Trainer (not current). I was a part of the team that prepared for ISO and QS 9000.
Probe, Assembly and Test - Improvement Engineer, 1998 - 1999
Achievements: Setup SPC summary charts to track process capability for 20 wirebonders and developed method/system to track measurements as required by the control plan, then segmented data to find primary contributors to variation. This led to a software fix for alignment issues savings of $220,000/yr. Automated SPC Data collection in Trim/Form and eliminated manual measurement and data entry. This resulted in a 30% reduction in variation of the measurements and a coverage increase from .1% to 10% while reducing labor cost from $30/lot to almost zero. I led improvement team to eliminate chip burnout and damage to test board sockets due to wirebond misprocess this resulted in $200,000/yr savings and prevented steady degradation of test equipment due to masking of damaged sockets.
Reynolds Metals Company - Richmond, Virginia 1976 - 1998
Flexible Packaging Division - Division Quality Systems Engineer, 1991 - 1998
Achievements: Conducted SPC and Statistical Training, Applied DOE internally and at customer sites, Developed and Managed Supplier Improvement Program. Supervision: 7 indirectly.
Projects: Plastic Wrap Clarity - Set up and ran experiment to improve clarity of plastic wrap to provide marketing/performance advantage. Plastic Wrap Cling - Set up and ran experiment and reliability measurements to substantiate advertising claim for cling of plastic wrap. Plastic Wrap Market Positioning - Used QFD to evaluate improvement to plastic wrap. MRE(K-Ration) Pouch -Determined that what appeared to be random pouch delamination was actually material/process related. Developed charts the explain to situation to operators. Ran experiment at customer location that showed significant processing effects by sterilizing oven and by location within oven. This saved a $300k/year product line. Unit-Dose Seal Improvement - I ran experiment at customer location that identified process and material issues that resulted in leaking foil laminate lid containers in the field. This saved a $180K/year product line. I assisted with developing and validating a product that used a Reynolds PVC film as transmission medium for medication in a pharmaceutical application.
Flexible Packaging Division - Quality Systems Engineer, 1988 - 1991
Achievements: Developed procedures and computer support to satisfy EPA reporting requirements, PC Software Training(Word, Excel, etc.), Quality Software Support, Statistical Analysis and Quality Analysis. Designed and implemented system to meet EPA report requirements by time required. Setup and maintained a LAN for 72 computers.
Consumer Products Division - Automation Director, 1981 - 1988
Achievements: Supported Computer applications in Sales/Marketing Analysis, Order Processing and Office Automation. Projects: Consumer Response System, ASI (Inventory/Forecasting System) Implementation, Implementation of Express PC Easytrac, UCS Implementation, and Order Processing System Redesign. Supervision: Two directly and eight indirectly.
Projects: Designed and implemented Consumer Response system to answer consumer inquiries/complaints. Set up electronic order and invoice system with customers using UCS standard. Business conducted electronically went from 0% to 60% in 3 years. I was an active participant on a joint industry team to set up the communication standard. I led a team that designed and implemented order processing system to support $800 million consumer wraps and bags business.
Management Sciences Department - Internal Consultant, 1976 - 1981
Achievements: I was a part of team that designed and implemented a company-wide operations and planning system. I presented Business Planning A Company Wide Approach to the TIMS/ORSA Joint National Meeting. My two divisions were the only two out of ten to become fully operational on the system on schedule.
Projects: Planning Analysis Support System - Packaging and Consumer Products Divisions, Plastics Unit Sales Plan, Plastics Operations Planning System, Color Vision Test Analysis, Test Score Analysis for Apprentice Applicants, Hourly Wage Discrimination Analysis.
Nationwide Mutual Insurance - Columbus, Ohio 1973 - 1976
Market Research Dept. - Operations and Statistical Analyst, 1973 - 1976
Achievements: New York Premium Distribution Model, Income Analysis and Planning, Economic Indicators of Accident Rates, Energy Problem Effects on Insurance Operations and Nationwide Life Forward Commitment Model- published in the LOMA monthly magazine, presented the Economic Indicators of Accident Rates at the annual NHTSA meeting.
Ohio State University - Columbus, Ohio, M.S. in Industrial Eng. - GPA 3.5; B. S. in Industrial Eng. - GPA 3.3; Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honorary, Engineering Honor Scholar, and Alpha Pi Mu Industrial Engineering Honor Society,
Villanova Lean Six Sigma BB Course.
Certified Quality Engineer, Certified Reliability Engineer, Certified Quality Auditor, ISO 9001:2000 Certified Lead Auditor (CEEM) and IPC-610 Certified Trainer (not current), Lean Six Sigma Black Belt from Villanova (December 2010).
Current: Richmond ASQ Section Chair. Past: Richmond ASQ Section Strategic Planning Manager. Grocery Manufacturers Information Systems Committee, UCS Users Group, Institute of Management Sciences and American Institute of I.Es.
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