Lean Craft Position for General Electric and Union Pacific tool administrator in North Platte on the GE side of the shop with more than 6 years of experience planning, developing and implementing Lean process to help improve safety, availability, and reliability.
I worked as a Fireman Oiler for approximately 10 months and then was selected for the Electrical Apprenticeship Program. After completing the Apprenticeship I worked as a Journeyman Electrician in Light Repair. I then bid a job as an IBOB Electrician. My next move was to the Service Track as an Electrical Tech for GE. Six years ago I interviewed for the Foreman General 2 position that I currently have. This position was to work as a liasion between GE and the UP craft on how to do a job more safely yet efficiently. This is where I learned of LEAN concepts. About two years ago I added the role of UP Tool Administrator for GE to my duties. This role is shared by another FG2 working on the GE side of the shop.
After serving with the Air Force I returned home to work on the family farm. I farmed with my Grandfather and Father. My brother and I formed a farming partnership during this time, and I was also farming on my own. It was taking more and more acres to make a living farming and we didn't have enough land to support 3 families. So in 2002 I applied for and went to work for Union Pacific.
I was the Crew Chief of a T-39 aircraft used by the Commander and Chief of the Strategic Air Command, General Richard Ellis. As the crew chief of this plane I was expected to have it ready to fly at all times. I always flew with it and was required to coordinate and be involved in any repairs that the plane may require wherever we were.
Basic Training at Lackland AFB
Tech School at Sheppard AFB
All other AF training at Offutt AFB
Continually training while stationed at Offutt to keep up with the changes in technology. I was also trained to be a trainer for other new Airman stationed at Offutt to work on the T-39 aircraft.
Union Pacific sent me through classes required in the Electrician Apprenticeship program.
On the Job and classroom training for all the different electrical systems on locomotives as well as safety training. I have also been to TSC/A3 training and learning how the UP Way ties in to all jobs.
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