Contributed to an annual [number]% increase in productivity through improvements in operations, quality, safety and administration.Planned, directed, coordinated and assigned manpower to efficiently meet production requirements.I have been have been through 2 front-line management schools with certification.
2008-2012 MechanicResponsibilities included performing Preventive Maintenance and Predictive Maintenance work on plant equipment. This equipment included fans, screw conveyors, belt conveyors, belt elevators, chain elevators, pneumatic feed systems, rotary seal feeders and packaging equipment. Task included bearing replacement and set-up, equipment replacement, lubrication, inspections and repair. These repairs and inspections were performed using pneumatic tools, hand tools, electric tools, forklifts, extended forklifts, electric hoist, man-lifts and boom trucks.
?2012-2015 Maintenance SupervisorResponsibilities included running an 18 person maintenance team including Electricians, Mechanics and Lubrication Techs. Keeping records on time cards and attendance. Entering time put on planned work and emergency work. Worked with Production, Shipping and Safety Departments to evaluate, plan and execute planned jobs around the plant. Held daily safety meetings with the crews and weekly planning meetings. Implemented training for the less experienced workers and outsource training for all members of the Maintenance Team. Keeping track of training records and updating government required MSHA (Mining, Safety, Health and Administration) records and certifications.
2015-current Maintenance PlannerResponsibilities include producing a weekly Maintenance schedule for the Maintenance supervisor to execute. This schedule includes Preventive Maintenance, Predictive Maintenance and Planned work. This schedule is produced on an Excel spreadsheet and is produced from weekly meetings with the various departments. I also produce weekly KPI's (Key Performance Indicators) that I present to upper management during the weekly meeting, to track the Maintenance Team's progress and execution of the previous weeks work schedule. I work with outside vendors to have parts fabricated and installed when the job exceeds the plants capabilities. I am responsible for executing several Capital Projects each year. These projects are usually the direct replacement of worn equipment with upgrades when possible. These projects usually run from $30,000 to $100,000 each. To execute these projects it's required to work directly with the Engineering Department on any upgrades and with Vendors to have the parts fabricated and installed, all while staying within the given budget. I also work the our 5S Technician to organize our buildings, tools and work areas. ?
1995-3/2008 Maintenance MechanicResponsibilities included performing Preventive, Predictive and Planned Maintenance work on plant equipment. This equipment included fans, screw conveyors, belt conveyors, belt elevators, chain elevators, pneumatic feed systems, rotary seal feeders and packaging equipment. Task included bearing replacement and set-up, equipment replacement, lubrication, inspections and repair. These repairs and inspections were performed using pneumatic tools, hand tools, electric tools, forklifts, extended forklifts, electric hoist, man-lifts and boom trucks.
2008-2005 Production PackerResponsibilities included packing material in 10lb, 50lb and 1000lb bags. Keeping track of quality control of all materials packed.
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