Currently I am a Manufacturing Supervisor successfully supervising daytoday operations of a large manufacturing plant employing up to 70 production staff and quality control technicians. I am looking for career advancement opportunity that will fully utilize professional, managerial, technical, problem solving, administrative, and customer relation skills. I am focused on producing high quality products that exceed customer expectations and help achieve company production and revenue goals. I will be a focused decision maker with demonstrated ability to lead cross-functional teams in the design, development and launch of leading-edge solutions and processes. Skills Lean manufacturing Promotions and marketing strategies Leadership development Blueprint interpretation expertise CPR and First Aid certified Assembly line production Self-motivated Exceptional organizational skills Time management Root cause analysis 5s methodology Practices safety and sanitation standards Staff training/development Math and measurement skills Continuous improvement manufacturing Diagnostics knowledge Consistently meet goals Deadline-oriented Efficient multi-tasker Personable and friendly Conflict resolution Heavy equipment operation Microsoft applications skills Customer service-oriented Strong leadership abilities Employee scheduling Extremely quick learner Effective leader
Cequent Performance ProductsJune 2011 to April 2013Manufacturing Supervisor Goshen, IN
Lead the safety initiative in the department.
Ensure 5S and housekeeping is continually improved.
Drive the continuous improvement efforts in safety, housekeeping, quality, and production.
Administer attendance policy and payroll tracking.
Promote the day-to-day operation in meeting production and schedule attainment.
Participate in the hiring process.
Knowledge in using measuring devices and ability to read blue prints.
Approve absences, including vacation requests.
Make associate recommendations for promotion or training opportunities.
Administer associate performance counseling's, including coordination of associate write-ups and termination of employment.
Participate in decisions to determine changes in company policy, procedures and/or work rules.
Lead, direct and mentor associates with as many as 70 direct reports Maintain communication boards and production boards in department.
Open/close plant when necessary.
The Duke of OilAugust 2007 to June 2011District Manager Munster, IN
Interviewed job candidates and made staffing decisions.
Counted cash drawers and made bank deposits.
Managed staff of 30 sales associates, 2 store managers and assistant managers.
Assigned employees to specific duties to best meet the needs of the store.
Reordered inventory when it dropped below predetermined levels.
Instructed staff on appropriately handling difficult and complicated sales.
Hired, trained and evaluated personnel in sales and marketing.
Examined merchandise to verify that it was correctly priced and displayed.
Planned budgets and authorized payments and merchandise returns.
Scheduled and led weekly store meetings for all employees.
Increased profits through effective sales training and troubleshooting profit loss areas.
Completed profit and loss performance reports.
Implemented a new ordering process and identified poor work habits to improve current process.
July 2006 to August 2007Driver Independent Contractor Nappanee, IN
Successfully avoided time delivery delays by carefully planning best routes.
Received pick-ups and delivered them to warehouse.
Dispatched for same-day pick ups.
Used manual jack to unload at customer site.
Checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order Inspected and maintained vehicle supplies and equipment, such as gas, oil, water, tires, lights, and brakes, to ensure that vehicles are in proper working condition Read bills of lading to determine assignment details Reported any mechanical problems encountered with vehicles Secured cargo for transport, using ropes, blocks, chain, binders, or covers Verified the contents of inventory loads against shipping papers Maintained logs of working hours and of vehicle service and repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations Obtained receipts or signatures for delivered goods and collected payment for services when required.
Newmar IncDecember 2000 to July 2006Painter Nappanee, IN
Painted surfaces using spray guns Mixed and matched paints according to customer specifications.
Obtained proper dimensions and finish specifications from blueprints, sketches and verbal instructions.
Polished painted surfaces with sandpaper, pumice, rouge, wax and other finishing materials.
Protected all surfaces with drop cloths prior to and during painting.
Performed flat glass repairs and minor structural repairs to fiberglass Minimized disruption of client space and thoroughly cleaned up after the completion of each job.
Taped around windows and fixtures prior to painting units Cleaned and properly stored all paint equipment and supplies at the end of each work day.
Climbed scaffolding, staging, ladders and planks to reach work area surfaces.
Worked a flexible schedule, including some holidays and weekends, depending on the shifting needs of each project.
Moved painted items to drying racks and finished coated surfaces by baking painted items in an o.
Grand Rapids Community CollegeHigh School Diploma: General StudiesGrand Rapids, MI