production controller resume example with 14+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 9XXX5 (555) 432-1000,

Organized expert with 6 years of experience coordinating activities and documenting information for successful ship repair and production. Talented at analytical review, preparing procurements and analyzing resulting in superior performance and cost reductions. Professional team player successful at working with various teammates and decision-makers.

  • Problem-solving capabilities
  • Leadership
  • Team supervision
  • Project organization
  • Process improvement
  • Relationship development
  • MS Office
  • Implementation support
04/2018 to Current Production Controller Ontario Arc | Stanley, NY,
  • Analyze work lists, project orders/outlines, engineering plans and specification.
  • Review Ship Specification packages, analyze listed work, make recommendations for improvements.
  • Attend 1st and 2nd A-Team meetings for dry-dock or dockside availabilities and projects.
  • Engage with customer, product lines and crew to assemble final work package for availability.
  • Prepare cost estimates for labor and materials using trade knowledge, historical files and engineering and shop personnel.
  • Use historical data to generate schedules, planned value and analyze project milestones.
  • Consult scheduling branch to ensure adequate YARD Labor exists to complete scheduled projects.
  • Conduct on-site ship inspections for the purpose of providing estimates and clarifying work requests.
  • Assemble Coast Guard YARD estimates for all Waterfront work groups including structural, sheetmetal, electrical, mechanical, paint, and rigging trades into proposal packages provided to various customers including Coast Guard, Navy, NOAA, Army-Create, maintain and track Bill of Materials for Production Contracts developed from engineering drawings.
  • Prepare reports and brief superiors on Bill of Material statuses, changes and updates.
  • Prepare non-Bill of Material cost reports for material and contractor services utilizing various financial management software's including Naval Engineering Support Supply System, Primavera 6 and COGNOS for Production Contracts.
  • Issue Job Orders and controlled program material to begin production work.
  • Monitor ongoing production contract expenditures and adjust estimates as needed based on work changes requested by the customer and YARD inspection of the vessel.
  • Prepare or assign preparation of various reports, memorandum and correspondence.
  • Evaluate Change Requests received from Ship Superintendents, Shops and Stakeholders.
  • Assign to trade specific estimators.
  • Review financial records of completed production contracts.
  • Analyze labor, material and contract finances to make projections for future projects.
  • Use financial software to track labor, material and service expenditures.
  • Assume duties of GS-13 in his/her absence.
  • Filled out routine paperwork about staffing, output and inventory control.
  • Reviewed job orders and adjusted schedules and orders.
  • Collaborated with management, scheduling and engineering to adjust plans and maintain targets.
  • Delivered production schedules to estimating team to provide established timeframes for ordering materials and services.
  • Entered information into Primavera 6 to update material, services and order status reports.

Contracting Officer's Representative for major contracts at Coast Guard Yard Tank and Bilge, Fire Watch, UHP Blasting, Bottled Gas, Custodial Cleaning, and minor (SAP) contracts supporting various Industrial Operations

  • Perform role of COR with the responsibilities and duties as described by the COR appointment letter-Develop and Manage Procurement packages as assigned worth up to $100M.
  • Identify and review requirements and develop budgets that will support those requirements.
  • Prepare procurement requests, market research, statements of work, acquisition plans and forecast records, JOTFOCs, related to procurement actions
  • Generate statements of work, statements of objectives and performance work statements for material and services requirements-Identify best contract structure for material and services requirements
  • Recommend sources of supply including Coast Guard, Other Government Agencies and commercial sources.
  • Participate in source selection and technical evaluation teams
  • Support contract administration by monitoring Contract performance, managing budget execution, preparing change orders, maintaining contract files
  • Assist Contracting Officer during contract closeout. Assistance includes ensuring contractor has submitted all invoices, all invoices have been paid, reducing funds on obligated task orders, closing out task orders-Perform daily tracking of contractor performance
  • Assist and Lead Technical Evaluation teams
  • Evaluate contractor proposals after solicitation close.
  • Administer contract, oversee each task order
  • Review and approve contractor submitted invoices
  • CPARS (Contractor Performance Assessment and Rating System)
06/2014 to 04/2018 Planner/Estimator State Of Louisiana | Houma, LA,
  • Plan, Organize and Monitor resources to achieve efficient use of labor, equipment, and material
  • Prioritize and review duties and work activities to meet productivity and quality goals
  • Coordinate contractor services with Ship Superintendents and Project Managers
  • Review Historical data in Financial System NESSS to plan future availability estimates. This includes labor hours, material costs and services costs.
  • Develop budget for assigned work items using historical data and qualitative measures
  • Review ships production schedules to order material purchases and contractor services.
  • Record and store purchase information-COR for Tank and Bilge Contract, HSCG40-15-D-60744. Duties include managing allocated service funds, monitoring contractor performance, review and verify invoices, work with Contracting Team to evaluate contractor performance.
  • ACOR/COR for Firewatch Contract HSCG40-15-D-60877/70Z04019D61015Y00
  • Duties Include scheduling weekly Fire Watch Services for Yard Shops with Fire Watch Contractor, modifying existing shop requirements with contractor, Prepare and Submit Procurement Requests for initial spec package requirements and modification for all Change Request related hours.
  • Write statements of work for material and contractor services required for ships availabilities
  • Complete market research to support Independent Government Cost Estimates-Complete Independent Government Cost Estimates
  • Communicate with vendors/contractors to ensure on time delivery of materials and services
  • Collaborate with team members during estimating process
  • Coordinate with shop supervisors and leaders to gather critical information regarding ongoing work
  • Analyze Data in Financial Systems COGNOS and NESSS to determine future Work Item Budgets
  • Purchase material and document in Primavera 6 the document number for each purchase.
  • Read and interpret Ship Specifications
  • Read and interpret blueprints to order parts and material
  • Read and interpret Bill of Materials to include in budget estimates
  • Communicate with Contracting Officers to change/update existing Purchase Orders
  • Coordinate with Ship Superintendents and Contracting Officers end of availability Custodial Cleaning requirements
  • Coordinate the following Contractor Services for all Work Package availabilities
  • Oil Containment Booming
  • Tank and Bilge Cleaning
  • Fire Watch Services
  • Barge Crane Services
  • Big Top Cleaning
  • Custodial Cleaning
  • Storage Container Rental
  • Portable Toilet Rental
  • Communicate with Engineering Department to ensure the correct material is being ordered and Engineering Service Hours are estimated accordingly
  • Investigate job sites to help create a better estimate
  • Attend A-Team meetings (Finalizing of Work Specification Package for Availability Work)
  • Conduct on site ship checks to provide estimates and clarify work requirements
  • Leveraged real-time and historical data, online tools and computer applications to improve development of projects and policies.
  • Conducted historical and parametric analysis and documented results for ongoing projects.
  • Identified potential issues and resolutions with inventory and quality while introducing new products, engineering changes and customer conversions.
  • Inspected sites to asses validity and feasibility of submitted development plans.
  • Improved operations by working with team members and customers to find workable solutions.
06/2006 to 06/2014 Sheetmetal/Boatjoiner Mechanic United States Coast Guard Yard | City, STATE,
  • Read and interpret Ship Specifications.
  • Fabricate ductwork.
  • Fabricate bucket vents.
  • Install suspended ceilings.
  • Install berthing bunk stanchions, bunks and screens.
  • Install furniture foundations and furniture.
  • Install locker foundations and lockers.
  • Install joiner panels.
  • Install trim work.
  • Layout and install galley and scullery stainless steel sheeting.
  • Layout and install galley and scullery stainless steel tables, dishwasher.
  • Layout and install furring throughout cutters.
  • Install showers.
  • Install joiner doors.
  • Install bathroom partitions.
  • Layout and Install carpet.
  • Cut and Install quarry tile.
  • Layout and install coaming and bulkheads.
  • Layout template for/and install dielectric matting.
  • Trowel Epoxy floors.
  • Construct staging.
  • Install and Repair insulation.
  • Fabricate wooden shipping crates.
  • Layout and fabricate teak wooden handrails.
  • Operate pneumatic and hydraulic sheet metal breaks to bend sheet metal.
  • Operate lever punch.
  • Operate Do.
  • All Band-saw-Operate Sheet metal Roll.
  • Operate Table saw.
  • Operate Bandsaw.
  • Operate Squaring Shear-Maintain hand tools.
  • Maintain power tools (drills, jigsaws, reciprocating saws, hand punches, etc.).
  • Practice and encourage a safe working environment.
  • Performed site evaluations, customer surveys and team audits.
  • Worked closely with team members to deliver project requirements, develop solutions and meet deadlines.
Education and Training
Expected in Bachelor of Science | Business Administration, Accounting University Maryland Global Campus, Adelphi, MD, GPA:
  • Major in Business Administration
  • Minor in Accounting
  • 3.955 GPA
  • Dean's List Honoree Fall 2019, Spring 2020
Expected in 12/2020 Management Studies Certificate | Management Studies University Maryland Global Campus, Adelphi, MD, GPA:
  • Completed coursework in BPA 253 Business Law, MNGT 105 Principles of Management, MRKT 310 Marketing Principles Spring 2020, BMGT 365 Organizational Leadership Summer 2020, HRMN 300 Human Resource Management (Enrolled) Fall 2020, FINC 330 Business Finance (Current) Fall 2020
Expected in 08/2019 Associate of Applied Science | Business Management Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, MD, GPA:
  • 3.66 GPA
  • Major in Business Management
  • Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
  • Magna cum laude graduate
  • Civilian Employee of the Quarter FY19 Q1 2.
  • T.K. Turner Award Winner 2011, Highest GPA Trades Training Class of 2011.
COR Level II Certified (2/13/17)

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School Attended

  • University Maryland Global Campus
  • University Maryland Global Campus
  • Anne Arundel Community College

Job Titles Held:

  • Production Controller
  • Planner/Estimator
  • Sheetmetal/Boatjoiner Mechanic


  • Bachelor of Science
  • Management Studies Certificate
  • Associate of Applied Science

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