multi function manufacturing supervisor resume example with 17+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Successful Manufacturing Supervisor dedicated to leading cross-functional teams in meeting customer demands and deadlines. Demonstrated success in improving production output and quality with a focused and methodical approach. Skilled at maintaining and communicating daily productivity to management. Well-versed in contributing to major plant changes, including equipment upgrades, process changes and retooling processes. Adept at planning, directing and coordinating all manufacturing processes. Diplomatic and motivational leader with two and a half years' experience overseeing a group of 15 diverse employees.

  • Control/Cost Account Manager (CAM)
  • SAP
  • FAA Airframe and Powerplant License
  • Customer Support
  • Budget
  • Continuous improvement
  • Blueprint Interpretation
  • Leadership
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • Modification & Retrofit Planning
  • Project Management
  • Safety
  • Technical assistance
  • Troubleshooting
  • Manufacturing management
Work History
Multi-Function Manufacturing Supervisor, 10/2018 - Current
Lockheed Martin Corporation Littleton, CO,
  • Leads represented workforce utilizing Crew Plans to accomplish cost, schedule, and quality objectives for F-35 Production Assembly area.
  • Reads and interprets schematics, technical documentation and production planning.
  • Assigns daily tasks to mechanics, avionics technicians and coater/painters utilizing Supervisor’s Tool Kit (STK) and Shop Floor Manager (SFM).
  • Identifies and implements change opportunities to improve quality, schedule and cost.
  • Reinforces culture that values and embraces Foreign Object Damage prevention.
  • Ensures certification of employees who perform certification required tasks.
  • Provides safe work environment and takes timely corrective action to correct unsafe conditions.
  • Identifies and leads incorporation of continuous improvement actions into manufacturing processes.
  • Ensures housekeeping and 6-S requirements are met and adhered to.
  • Leads safety meetings and monitors compliance with personal protective equipment (PPE) and best practices.
  • Cultivated effective partnerships with engineering, marketing, quality and DCMA staff.
Modification and Retrofit Engineer, 10/2005 - 10/2018
Lockheed Martin City, STATE,
  • Provided in-country technical assistance to international technicians while supporting Royal Jordanian Air Force Falcon Star Mod, Taiwan F-16 Viper Retrofit Program and Turkish Air Force Falcon Star Mod.
  • Provided blueprint interpretation for personnel performing Time Compliance Technical Order (TCTO) verification events.
  • Assisted in creation and correction of over 650 Operation Cards during Taiwan Retrofit Mod by interpreting engineering drawings, Engineering Change Notices (ECN), and engineering specifications allowing personnel to complete modification in timely manner.
  • Reviewed Modification Kit Part List (MKPL) for accuracy against ECNs and engineering drawings, Application Lists (AL) and Parts Lists (PL).
  • Submitted Request for Engineering Action (REA) to address nonconformance issues that arose during verification event pertaining to modification aircraft.
  • Provided weekly status updates to customer leadership, LM Leadership and program offices utilizing status/briefing charts created with Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Provided hands on assistance and mentoring of technicians during all phases of modification.
  • Developed and initiated projects, including managing costs, schedule and performance.
  • Functioned as technical liaison between Air Force customer, corporate management (Lockheed Martin and Boeing) and production/design engineers on Structure, LO and Avionics issues that arose during aircraft modification.
  • Supervised multiple multifunctional teams with members from LM Aero, Greenville Operations and Boeing field team personnel.
  • Completed Certificate of Incorporation (COI) and Certificate of Completion (COC) upon completion of each assigned aircraft in order to assure timeliness and accuracy of aircraft records and fleet configuration.
  • Managed operational aspects of assigned projects from engineering development to fleet implementation of system/structural changes and modifications.
  • Forecasted manpower requirements to adequately staff field teams in order to accomplish cost, schedule and budget requirements.
  • Implemented and managed cost and schedule baselines to meet overall project performance.
  • Provided support as Control Account Manager (CAM) as liaison between engineering and various departments, communicating effectively to maintain monthly budget and schedule.
  • Utilized Earned Value Management System (EVMS) to track cost, schedule and technical on monthly basis.
  • Presented monthly status updates to senior management and customers utilizing EVMS Data.
Lead Flight Line Mechanic, 04/2004 - 10/2005
Lockheed Martin City, STATE,
  • Assigned workload for crew of six to accomplish all tasks related to preparing aircraft for company and customer flights.
  • Collaborated with engineering on operational regression checks and troubleshooting.
  • Followed set processes and procedures to set up aircraft for test/ops checks.
  • Briefed pilots and management regarding daily aircraft status.
  • Provided hands-on maintenance support to include: fuel system leak and operational checks, fuel and defuel, service and operational checks of aircraft systems, safety of flight issues, engine run, service and support pre-flight and post-flight aircraft checks, aircraft receipt, maintenance and delivery operations to USAF.
  • Acted as Tow Supervisor for all tows in and out of hangars and run stations.
  • Prepped aircraft for induction into coating facility and Radar Cross Section (RCS) hangar.
  • Conducted Foreign Object Debris (FOD) inspections using borescopes, flashlights and mirrors.
  • Maintained orderly and safe work environment by enforcing tool control and FOD awareness, prevention and safety at all times.
  • Utilized lean manufacturing processes to set up Flightline stations for production aircraft activities.
  • Maintained all aircraft in accordance with organizational maintenance requirements.
Bachelor of Science: Aeronautics, Expected in
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach - Daytona Beach, FL
Status -

GPA: 3.95

Additional Information
  • Active DOD Secret Security Clearance
  • FAA Airframe & Powerplant License

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School Attended

  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach

Job Titles Held:

  • Multi-Function Manufacturing Supervisor
  • Modification and Retrofit Engineer
  • Lead Flight Line Mechanic


  • Bachelor of Science

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