Experienced leader in manufacturing and professional setting. 5 plus years of supervisory and management experience. Team player who puts team first and creates and fosters a culture of learning and development. Treats all people with respect and dignity and has great people skills. Results driven and passionate and works diligently to meet or exceed goals. Enjoys being part of a high functioning team and enjoys learning from everyone regardless of position or title. Working with people and developing people to be better than they were yesterday is a passion. Highly effective communicator both verbally and electronically. Enjoys challenge of meeting or exceeding goals that are set forth. Humble and respectful yet assertive in demeanor. Proficient in team building and creating a winning culture.
Was promoted from Production Shift supervisor in less than 3 year span. In current role am responsible for daily operations of sort, grind, and wash facility. Daily tasks include production reporting, inventory management, payroll and employee relations, communication of production planning to 4 shifts of 12 to 14 people. Daily communication with management team verbally and through email. Also work with engineering, maintenance, and production teams for process improvement ideas as well as cost savings opportunities. Recently have taken on responsibility of ordering all chemicals for facility and overseeing proper levels have been maintained for day to day operation of facility. In last 6 months have been tasked with training and developing new production supervisors and ensuring they are up to speed on production process as well as daily supervisory tasks that they are given on a daily basis. Work on a daily basis with the maintenance supervisor and team to ensure daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance tasks are being completed in a timely manner. Currently working on a project to cut cost on forklift expenditures on a month to month and yearly basis as this is one of our biggest expenses. Have been working through developing a new training program and auditing system for production staff to follow in regards to forklifts in the plant setting. Responsible as well for the quarterly evaluations of production supervisors and their performance. Responsible for scheduling and teaching monthly Safety training to all plant personnel.
Was promoted to Production supervisor after 6 month term as a LNO production operator. Production supervisor leading a team of 12 to 14 individuals as well as 2 maintenance technicians on a 12 hour shift basis. Daily tasks were running the 2 production sort, grind, and wash lines, training new employees, bi-weekly time keeping with ADP payroll system, staffing shift in cases of call offs or vacations, responsible for daily production reports, and shift accountability and discipline. Also responsible for shift memebers getting proper safety training that was done on a monthly basis by plant management staff. During this time was also tasked with helping create yield gain through production process improvement projects that were being headed by engineering, quality control, and maintenance teams. Worked daily as well on delegation aswell as lending a hand where needed to create a culture of team first. As a production supervisor communicated with all aspects of the plant verbally and through email. After 2 years of production supervision was promoted to Assistant Plant Manager.
Entry level position but very important role inside Phoenix as it pertains to daily production. Was responsible for running two food grade production lines on a 12 hour shift basis. Daily tasks included monitoring system to ensure it was within set parameter guidelines for food grade speck. Also tasked with maintenance trouble shooting on a shift by shift basis as well as communicating with maintenance technician, shift supervisor, and lead operator. Hourly readings were taken on process parameters that were taken during shift as well as communicating any trouble that may arise to shift supervisor as well as the plant manager. Attention to detail in this position is a must as is great communication skills. Towards the end of my time as an operator I was tasked with training my replacement who would take over for me in this role as I was promoted to shift production supervisor in our newly opened sort, grind, and wash plant. Time spent as a production operator was 6 months.
Responsible for daily production tasks that included manufacturing given parts for customers. Worked closely with plant management on daily production scheduling as well as daily chemical compounding for production process and equipment. Daily tear down of machine for cleaning and maintenance was common practice to help ensure functionality of equipment. Also responsible for shipping and receiving of chemicals and customer orders. Worked closely with maintenance technician to help ensure maximum up time of equipment. Verbal communication was paramount as this company did not have email integration set up at this time. Worked 4 10 hour shifts and overtime as needed.
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