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Operations Manager | Plant Manager Resume

Desired Industry: Manufacturing SpiderID: 81841
Desired Job Location: Burlington, Wisconsin Date Posted: 2/21/2019
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 120000
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

Methodical, results-oriented, and seasoned executive with accomplishment-laden experience in all aspects of plant and operations management; coupled with strong background in project engineering. Known for outstanding work ethic as evidence by consistent attainment of cost savings and revenue growth, as well as increase of output. Equipped with expertise in developing and implementing innovative strategies, action plans, and initiatives, as well as in driving process improvements to achieve set-forth objectives and goals. Recognized for proactive leadership approach in identifying complex solutions and coordinating team efforts to achieve smooth and productive operations. Technically proficient with Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access), Edge, and ERP systems.

American Metal Technologies, LLC, Sturtevant, WI
Vice President and General Manager 2017–2019
Provided keen oversight to daily operations and profit and loss (P&L) responsibility of two plants located in Sturtevant, Wisconsin and Xenia, Ohio with $50M in annual revenue and 190 total non-union employees, consisting of 130 in Wisconsin and 60 in Ohio, along with 7 direct reports, while reporting directly with the chief executive officer and board of directors
Led the development of strategies, goals, and objectives, delivering expected operational results and serving as an active member of the executive team to render strategic leadership to the company
Effectively managed the operational performance concerning key performance indicators (KPIs) of safety, quality, cost, and delivery
Directed the restructuring of manufacturing operations into two value streams based on business activity levels, such as low-volume/high-mix (small lot manufacturing, flex cells) and high-volume/low-mix (repetitive manufacturing, dedicated cells)
Career Highlights:
Brought significant increase to earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) by $1.2M in 2018 on a reduced revenue base annually
Succeeded in fostering a lean culture and a continuous improvement environment using A3 methodology through establishment and implementation of the American Metal Production System (AMPS)

Shiloh Industries, Inc., Various Locations
Plant Manager | Pleasant Prairie, WI 2016–2017
Efficiently administered full P&L responsibility of the Pleasant Prairie facility, along with operational and capital budget development and execution, while reporting directly to the corporate director of operations
Set strategic direction to 305 total non-union employees and 9 direct reports in engineering, finance, human resources, maintenance, material management, production control and logistics, purchasing, and quality
Demonstrated interpersonal skills in strengthening business relationships with customers, which included BMW, Cummins, Paccar, Tesla, and ZF industries
Held responsibility for die cast and machining value streams, human resources, maintenance, manufacturing engineering, quality, product launch, and purchasing
Prepared presentation of plants business performance results to the Product Line Team (PLT) on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis
Career Highlights:
Drove key initiatives toward the attainment of $22.4M in EBITDA equivalent to $97M in revenue in 2016
Earned recognition as the best practice leader for the Casting Division by deploying the Shiloh Production System (SPS), Shiloh’s version of the Toyoda Production System with plant

Director of Operations, CastLight® | Valley City, OH 2013–2016
Expertly managed P&L and budget of five manufacturing sites in Indiana, Michigan, Tennessee, and Wisconsin, which formed the CastLight North American Division, while reporting to the executive vice president of operations
Rendered direct supervision to 620 total non-union employees and 6 direct reports, as well as to 5 plant managers and 1 divisional maintenance manager
Took charge of submitting consolidated CastLight divisional business performance monthly results and annual operating plan to the corporate executive team
Solely established and executed the Shiloh Production System (SPS) within the CastLight division
Career Highlights:
Made significant contribution in generating $165M in revenue and $40M in EBITDA in 2016
Served as a driving force in the financial recovery of all plants within one year through due diligence efforts to acquire four North American plants from a distressed private equity owned company in 2013

Albany Chicago Company (acquired by Shiloh Industries, Inc.), Pleasant Prairie, WI
Operations Leader 2006–2013
Demonstrated efficiency in supervising 330 total non-union employees and 9 direct reports
Headed the implementation of the Albany Production System (APS), a derivative of the Toyota production system
Career Highlights:
Positioned the company for growth by achieving $68M in revenue with $12M in EBITDA in 2012
Substantially improved company’s financial performance from a negative EDITDA of $4.5M in 2008 to a positive EBITDA of $4.2M in 2010 on a reduced revenue base, and attained $12.2M in EBITDA with a 20% revenue growth in 2012
Established reputation for decreasing the company’s breakeven point by 10% through continuous improvement efforts

Coursework toward Master of Science in Engineering Management
Milwaukee School of Engineering  Milwaukee, WI
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology
University of Nebraska, Omaha  Omaha, NE

North American Die Casting Association (NADCA)
Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)
Gateway Technical Institute Advisory Board for Machine Shop Development

Lean Manufacturing Development and Implementation
Project and Facility Management
Profit and Loss Responsibility
Budget Administration
System Design and Deployment
Staff Supervision and Training
Quality Assurance
Client Relations

Additional Information:
Professional Development

Certified Manufacturing Technologist | Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)
Leadership Development Series | Living as a Leader
Occupational Safety and Health Administration 10-Hour Course | Advanced Technology Services
Lean Six Sigma Training (DMAIC Principles) | Implementations Services
Cummins Six Sigma Training (Green Belt) | Sigma Breakthrough Technologies, Inc.
Ford Lean Deployment | Ford TCM Center
Dale Carnegie | Dale Carnegie Institute

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