MANUFACTURING LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (MLP) PROFESSIONAL
Detail-oriented Manufacturing Leadership Program Professional with strong educational background in Industrial Engineering, supported by professional work experience in Technical, Operations, and Continuous Improvement departments, and Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Facilitation.
Microsoft Office (Proficient)
Minitab (Proficient, Formal Training)
Villanova University Green Belt Certificated
Spanish (Native) & English (Fluent)
Manufacturing Leadership Program (MLP) Professional, 01/2015 to Current Owens Corning – Irving, TX
the Body of Knowledge of the Roofing Manufacturing Process (6MM squares
Helped the Wrapper and Laminator TPM Teams by leading the Bundle Squaring Project with potential savings of $40K/yr
Line Leader for the Laminator Line (Flag ship operations for the R&A
for managing day and night shift teams of 40+ hourly employees including work
schedules, conflict resolution, mentoring problem solving skills, daily huddle
meeting, assuring production pack rates of 702 sqrs/hr
Worked with the maintenance team on getting man-hours
and task priority scheduled for down days
Worked closely with EHS and Maintenance
departments to ensure proper and safe startup
Led and coordinated MLP candidates recruiting process and events
Coached new MLPs during their transition
from school to a work environment
Led and coordinated TPM deep cleaning and inspection events
Trained operators on TPM Autonomous
Led Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Kaizen for the Laminator Line Level 1 Utility Operators
Coordinated TPM Multipliers Event for 44
internal people and visitors
Engineering Intern, 05/2014 to 08/2014 Owens Corning – Rockford, IL
Core team member of Six Sigma project to reduce trim loss by 2% resulting in $470K in savings.
Developed process capability analysis to determine process specifications achievability.
Created audit sheets for Extrusion Operators low-frequency tasks simulations to ensure retention and comprehension.
Industrial Engineering Intern/Coop Student, 06/2013 to 12/2013 Lilly del Caribe – Carolina, PR
Core team member of Lean Six Sigma (Kaizen DMAIC) project to reduce the average process time per lot
process' common and special causes through control charts and analyzed root
causes through Cause & Effect
capability analysis to determine business process specifications achievability
cause VS time delay impact analysis
capacity improvements to the process with a financial benefit of $1.5MM
Industrial Engineering Coop Student, 01/2013 to 05/2013 General Electric – San Germán, PR
Developed triangulation tool to determine an inventory surplus or deficit.
Created a standard KanBan Kit for AutoQ and reduced bimetals KanBan by $5,7K.