Energetic and results-focused entry-level manager successful in implementing LEAN manufacturing by training employees on the importance of LEAN while building safety into all processes. This was possible by maintaining an open-ear approach with employees where the felt comfortable voicing concerns, questions, and placing new ideas on the table that helped our company grow and succeed.
Reduced and controlled expenses by implementing LEAN manufacturing techniques and practices while focusing on safety. Developed alternative processes by analyzing time studies to optimize material flow, processes, machine location, and employee ergonomics. Achieved intended results by training and educating employees on LEAN techniques and why LEAN is important. This was all possible by keeping an open-ear and open-mind approach the thrived from employee questions,
concerns, feedback, and employee-recommended alternatives. Lead training with new employees on job tasks and safety and introduced them immediately to LEAN objectives. Lead cross-training with employees to have them familiar with all jobs in the production process. Developed complete work instructions (Standard Operating Procedure) for all processes and equipment. Trained employees to those work instructions to ensure Standard Work. Integrated work instructions with QMS (Quality Management System) to allow those instructions to be accessible at all times to each employee. Served on the Safety Team for four years and served as Head of the Safety Team for two and a half years.
Real estate salesperson that specialized in both residential and commercial properties.
Worked in close contact with the Property Manager and Director of Golf and Grounds to spearhead projects that were a focus point of the POA (Property Owners Association). This included projects (irrigation, landscaping, lighting, etc) on common areas inside of the gated neighborhood and on the common areas of the golf course.
General golf course maintenance including greens, tees, fairways, approaches, bunkers, irrigation, and specialized golf course systems. Manager of 6-8 man team during the 2003 and 2004 Masters Tournament. Lead other small crews during non-tournament parts of the year that included mowing, seeding, irrigation, sodding, bunkers, and aeration of greens.
Company-sponsored training bringing Process Improvement Coordinators from the six global manufacturing plants that focused on 5S, TPM, SMED, and Safety.
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