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ASSEMBLY SUPERVISOR
Summary

I have been a supervisor in many different backgrounds. From printing,eggs, and motor cycles. My skill set to adjust to each job has made the transition easy and helped each company in various ways. I have helped cut cost and cut down on work related injuries with implementing various objectives.

Highlights

  • First Responder (medical emergency) (Intermediate)
  • Microsoft Outlook
  • fork lift
  • Microsoft
  • Quickbooks payroll
  • monitoring
  • Judgement and Decision making
  • Critical Thinking
  • Coordination
  • Active Listening
  • Management of Personnel Resources
  • Lotus Notes
  • Email
  • Organization and Time Management
  • Timekeeping Software
  • Touch Typing
Accomplishments

I have earned my lean six sigma yellow belt at Harley Davidson. My project has cut down cost and time management. I have implemented standard operating procedures at various jobs. Dealt with temp agencies to help come up with a standard test an screening before they could send employees.

Experience
Assembly Supervisor
November 2013 to Current
Company NameCity, State
  • Provide support/direction to the team Maintain a positive working attitude and environment.
  • Ensure that policies, procedures, and bargaining unit agreement requirements are satisfied.
  • Implement and sustain 5S in work areas.
  • Willingness to accept and delegate authority.
  • Accurately maintain company records and documents in accordance with policies and procedures.
  • Focuson product quality and process control.
  • Interview, appraise and discipline employees.
  • Acknowledge team accomplishments.
  • Investigate & perform root cause analysis online & material shortages.
  • Support machine and equipment repairs.
  • Report and respond to product and process non-conformance issues.
  • Implement effective corrective actions utilizing structured planning methods.
  • Point of contact for all safety issues:investigate accidents, applysolutions, etc.
  • Monitor and manage budgets, costs, and overtime.
  • Meet expected production requirements.
  • Implement & support the Continuous Improvement Plan.Coach employees with in the plan.
  • Participate in the resolution of grievances.
  • Champion process improvements & lead Kaizen events.
  • Create value stream mapping & standard work.
Supervisor
December 2011 to November 2013
Company NameCity, State
  • Enforce safety and sanitation regulations.
  • Direct and coordinate the activities of employees engaged in the production or processing of goods, such as inspectors, machine setters, and fabricators.
  • Confer with other supervisors to coordinate operations and activities within or between departments.
  • Plan and establish work schedules, assignments, and production sequences to meet production goals.
  • Inspect materials, products, or equipment to detect defects or malfunctions.
  • Observe work and monitor gauges, dials, and other indicators to ensure that operators conform to production or processing standards.
  • Conduct employee training in equipment operations or work and safety procedures, or assign employee training to experienced workers.
  • Interpret specifications, job orders, and company policies and procedures for workers.
  • Keep records of employees' attendance and hours worked.
  • Read and analyze charts, work orders, production schedules, and other records and reports to determine production requirements and to evaluate current production estimates and outputs.
Proudction supvervisor/Production Machine Operator
September 2006 to December 2011
Company NameCity, State
  • Seal or open envelopes, by hand or by using machines.
  • Affix postage to packages or letters by hand, or stamp materials, using postage meters.
  • Verify that items are addressed correctly, marked with the proper postage, and in suitable condition for processing.
  • Place incoming or outgoing letters or packages into sacks or bins based on destination or type, and place identifying tags on sacks or bins.
  • Clear jams in sortation equipment.
  • Sort and route incoming mail, and collect outgoing mail, using carts as necessary.
  • Wrap packages or bundles by hand, or by using tying machines.
  • Seal or open envelopes, by hand or by using machines.
  • Affix postage to packages or letters by hand, or stamp materials, using postage meters.
  • Verify that items are addressed correctly, marked with the proper postage, and in suitable condition for processing.
  • Place incoming or outgoing letters or packages into sacks or bins based on destination or type, and place identifying tags on sacks or bins.
  • Clear jams in sortation equipment.
  • Sort and route incoming mail, and collect outgoing mail, using carts as necessary.
  • Weigh packages or letters to determine postage needed, using weighing scales and rate charts.
  • Wrap packages or bundles by hand, or by using tying machines.
  • Examine completed work to detect defects and verify conformance to work orders, and adjust machinery as necessary to correct production problems.
  • Start machines and move controls to regulate tension on pressure rolls, to synchronize speed of machine components, and to adjust temperatures of glue or paraffin.
  • Adjust guide assemblies, forming bars, and folding mechanisms according to specifications, using hand tools.
  • Install attachments to machines for gluing, folding, printing, or cutting.
  • Measure, space, and set saw blades, cutters, and perforators, according to product specifications.
  • Observe operation of various machines to detect and correct machine malfunctions such as improper forming, glue flow, or pasteboard tension.
  • Stamp products with information such as dates, using hand stamps or automatic stamping devices.
  • Place rolls of paper or cardboard on machine feedtracks, and thread paper through gluing, coating, and slitting rollers.
  • Fill glue and paraffin reservoirs, and position rollers to dispense glue onto paperboard.
  • Cut products to specified dimensions, using hand or power cutters.
Machine Operator
August 2002 to September 2006
Company NameCity, State
  • Apply color to edges of signatures using brushes, pads, or atomizers.
  • Bind new books, using hand tools such as bone folders,knives, hammers, or brass binding tools.
  • Compress sewed or glued signatures, using hand presses or smashing machines.
  • Cut binder boards to specified dimensions, using board shears, hand cutters, or cutting machines.
  • Cut cover material to specified dimensions, fitting and gluing material to binder boards by hand or machine.
  • Design original or special bindings for limited editions or other custom binding projects.
  • Form book bodies by folding and sewing printed sheets to form signatures and assembling signatures in numerical order.
  • Imprint or emboss lettering, designs, or numbers on book covers, using gold, silver, or colored foil, and stamping machines.
  • Insert book bodies in devices that form back edges of books into convex shapes and produce grooves that facilitate cover attachment.
  • Maintain records, such as daily production records, using specified forms.*Examine completed work to detect defects and verify conformance to work orders, and adjust machinery as necessary to correct production problems.
  • Start machines and move controls to regulate tension on pressure rolls, to synchronize speed of machine components, and to adjust temperatures of glue or paraffin.
  • Adjust guide assemblies, forming bars, and folding mechanisms according to specifications, using hand tools.
  • Install attachments to machines for gluing, folding, printing, or cutting.
  • Measure, space, and set saw blades, cutters, and perforators, according to product specifications.
  • Observe operation of various machines to detect and correct machine malfunctions such as improper forming, glue flow, or pasteboard tension.
  • Stamp products with information such as dates, using hand stamps or automatic stamping devices.
  • Place rolls of paper or cardboard on machine feedtracks, and thread paper through gluing, coating, and slitting rollers.
  • Fill glue and paraffin reservoirs, and position rollers to dispense glue onto paperboard.
  • Cut products to specified dimensions, using hand or power cutters.
Education
General Studies, 2002Wisshickon HighGeneral Studies
Associate of Arts : drafting technolgy, 2006Berks Technical Institute Drafting Technology
Skills

Bind, binder, book, budgets, charts, Coach, color, Continuous Improvement, Critical Thinking, Decision making, dimensions, direction, Email, fork lift, forms, hand tools, Leadership, letters, Listening, Lotus Notes, machinery, materials, mail, Microsoft Outlook, payroll, Personnel, policies, postage meters, quality, Quickbooks, Read, repairs, safety, structured, Time Management, employee training, Troubleshooting, Typing,

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Wisshickon High
  • Berks Technical Institute Drafting Technology

Job Titles Held:

  • Assembly Supervisor
  • Supervisor
  • Proudction supvervisor/Production Machine Operator
  • Machine Operator

Degrees

  • General Studies , 2002
    Associate of Arts : drafting technolgy , 2006

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