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production group leader resume example with 18 years of experience

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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary

Solutions oriented professional with over 20 years of proven leadership ability in motivating others in accomplishing identified goals. Skilled collaborator with experience in production/manufacturing management with the ability to work within a team environment as well as independent of others. Effective cross-functional communicator with management, clients, and associates at all levels. Adaptable in developing and implementing new ideas to better accomplish company goals. Understand and consistently administer the National and Local Agreements between General Motors and the United Auto Workers Union. I value and reward creative thinking, initiative, teamwork, commitment and performance. Passionate about safety.

Skills
  • Continuous Improvements
  • Incidents Management
  • Quality Inspections and Reporting
  • Computer Skills
  • Root Cause Analysis Participation
  • Material Handling
  • Defects Identification
  • Teamwork and Communication
  • Strong Work Ethic
  • Production Processes Knowledge
  • Good Communication
  • Incident Reporting
  • Health and Safety Regulations
  • Production Operations
  • Forklift Operation
  • Quality Inspection
Experience
09/2012 to 04/2023 Production Group Leader Jabil Circuit | Chula Vista, CA,
  • (10 years 8 months)
  • Assist in executing the business plan for the production group
  • Proactively pursue the vision established for the area and foster an atmosphere of teamwork and cooperation
  • Supervisory responsibility for a group of up to 90 employees involved in plant production
  • Maintain awareness of quality standards, communicate department quality goals and leverage resources to solve quality problems
  • Build and maintain good working relationships with employees, union and management
  • Understand and consistently administer the National and Local Agreements between General Motors and the United
  • Auto Workers Union
  • Implement/follow systems that prevent reoccurrence of known issues
  • Promote safe work practices and achieve objectives for ergonomics, health and safety and housekeeping
  • Motivate, train and develop employees to effectively perform their jobs utilizing standardized methods
  • Achieve production schedules and product requirements by applying lean manufacturing/synchronous principles with emphasis on variation reduction
  • Control costs and achieve productivity improvements.
  • Evaluated subordinate performance and communicated with employees to provide feedback for work performance improvement.
  • Addressed employee and production issues to determine and implement optimal resolutions, preventing wasted resources and maintaining schedules.
  • Notified supervisors about production problems and helped identify and correct concerns.
08/2012 to 09/2012 Unit Safety Manager Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies | Miami, FL,
  • Implement safety policies and programs and train on goals/strategies and measurements for unit
  • Analyze results and benchmark data while minimizing liability exposures
  • Facilitate training programs for safety leaders and service workers
  • Initial point of contact for any safety incident and participate in Board of Inquiries for safety incidents
  • Prepare and distribute results/findings to internal and external customers on audits and inspections
  • Identify trends and create corrective action programs
  • Highly visible and actively involved in customer safety programs
  • Track and update key safety performance criteria for all salaried employees
  • Assist with Project bids and Purchase Order extensions
  • Convey and maintain 5S initiatives across the Site.
  • Conducted trainings for company employees on safety initiatives to comply with federal regulations.
  • Orchestrated and led meetings to convey essential safety-related information, address occupational safety inquiries, issues or concerns and promote continuity of training initiatives.
06/2008 to 08/2012 Lead Process Operations Manager /Safety Manager Voith Industrial Services @ General Motors | City, STATE,
  • Responsibilities include customer relations, operations management, short and long range planning, and resource utilization for multiple departments covering over 4,300,000 square feet of administrative and production area
  • Responsibilities include customer interaction at all levels, supervisor and employee engagement and management, including selection, training, assessment and recognition
  • Understand and consistently administer the National and Local Agreements between General Motors and the United Auto Workers Union
  • Investigated accidents to identify causes and prevent future incidences.
  • Orchestrated and led meetings to convey essential safety-related information, address occupational safety inquiries, issues or concerns and promote continuity of training initiatives.
  • Spearheaded safety meetings with key members of organization to ascertain methods to improve overall safety for employees.
  • Conducted trainings for company employees on safety initiatives to comply with federal regulations.
  • OSHA Safety Trainer and Safety Manager
  • Back Up Skilled Trades Supervisor
04/2005 to 06/2008 Facility Manager Voith Industrial Services @ General Motors | City, STATE,
  • Responsibilities included sole point of contact for the customer, providing leadership and ongoing management of site operations covering over 1,150,000 square foot of administrative and production areas, as well as 1500 acres of property
  • This includes customer relations, financial performance, business growth, short and long range planning and resource utilization between departments
  • Understand and consistently administer the National and Local Agreements between General
  • Motors and the United Auto Workers Union
  • Responsibilities also included supervisor and employee management including selection, safety, training, assessment and recognition.
  • Maintained cleanliness and presentation standards to increase appeal of facility.
  • Prioritized and performed routine maintenance to keep facility in excellent shape.
  • Managed and directed facility staff by handling assignment delegation and timely completion.
  • Inspected equipment, facility grounds, external building structure and systems on regular basis.
  • Scheduled and monitored on-site inspections of facility.
Education and Training
Expected in to to | Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Wesson, MS GPA:
Expected in to to Certificate | Electronics Technology Francis Tuttle Technology Center - Portland, Oklahoma City, OK GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Copiah-Lincoln Community College
  • Francis Tuttle Technology Center - Portland

Job Titles Held:

  • Production Group Leader
  • Unit Safety Manager
  • Lead Process Operations Manager /Safety Manager
  • Facility Manager

Degrees

  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Certificate

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