A position within an organization that will benefit from my initiative, capabilities, and contributions. I am especially interested in a position with the potential for advancement and increased decision-making responsibilities. Have been in a supervisory role since 1997 and management since 2006 Demonstrated ability to quickly learn and utilize new methods, systems, and procedures Proficient and adept in using Windows based computer systems as well as Microsoft Office Suites, SAP, WonderWare and Kronos timekeeping software Proven ability to exercise good judgement and contribute to efficient operations Reputation as a dependable and accountable employee Strong analytical ability and methodical approach to problem solving Ability to work independently on a variety of projects Outstanding and impeccable attendance record
a Level 1, Ambulance, Basic, Blueprint Reading, calibration, customer relations, Department of Health, Forklift, human resources, information systems, inspection, inspector, inventory, ISO 9000, ISO 9001, laboratory equipment, Materials, meetings, merchandising, Office, 2000, mill, outside sales, personnel, policies, processes, purchasing, quality, quality assurance, quality control, retail sales, Safety, sales, scheduling, supervision, Technician, Welding
Production Manager June 2011 to CurrentAtlas Tube － Blytheville, Arkansas
Direct supervision of 75 hourly employees Plan work flow, manage multiple priorities and meet daily production targets while consistently reducing downtime Review and analyze daily production reports with the purpose of identifying potential problems and areas of improvement Provide status reports to the plant manager on day-to-day operations such as mill performance, product quality and personnel issues Establish and maintain communications with production scheduling and inside/outside sales, ensuring all customer orders are fulfilled and done so in a timely manner Promote the safety and health of all employees by helping develop an atmosphere where all crewmembers feel responsible for safety Ensure that all safety and quality measure are adhered to during the production process, from beginning to end Facilitate weekly safety meetings with all employees Recommend measures to improve plant conditions and operations of machines and equipment Collaborate with the maintenance manager to identify and resolve production equipment problems in the facility Assist other departments such as human resources and quality assurance as necessary.
Quality Assurance Manager November 2006 to December 2008Atlas Tube － Blytheville, Arkansas
Responsible for all quality issues, from the incoming raw material to the outgoing finished product Met with customers at their locations when quality issues arose and dealt diplomatically and professionally with them to resolve the issue Provided weekly status reports concerning mill production and related quality issues to upper management Managed internal quality of manufacturing records, certifications and requirements of individual customers Researched and recommended all laboratory equipment purchases Determined material requirements and reorder points and purchased materials, supplies, and services for all laboratory needs Designed, developed, and implemented an in-house calibration program Assisted in developing and implementing quality control policies, standards, and procedures Assisted in preparing the facility and the employees in achieving ISO 9001:2000 certification; Certification obtained in February 2008.
Quality Assurance Laboratory Supervisor August 1998 to November 2006Ipsco Tubulars － Blytheville, Arkansas
Designed, developed, implemented, and controlled an in-house calibration program Assisted in developing and implementing quality control policies, standards, and procedures Processed laboratory reports and reviewed results for accuracy Trained laboratory technicians on quality assurance, information systems and application software processes Determined material requirements and reorder points and purchased materials, supplies, and services for all laboratory needs Attended training courses to reinforce quality control procedures Certified as a Level 1 and Level 2 ultrasonic operator.
Quality Control Team Leader June 1995 to August 1998Maverick Tube Corporation － Blytheville, Arkansas
Relieved tem members for breaks and covered positions during vacations or absences Monitored work flow and assisted in resolving quality issues on plant floor Certified in thread and visual pipe inspection Certified as Level 1 ultrasonic and Level 2 eddy current inspector Tuboscope amalog operator for 2 years Designed and compiled new SOPs for amalog and eddy current inspection Volunteered for over 700 hours of overtime in 1996 and for over 1000 hours in 1997 Received several commendations for excellence in job performance.
Assistant Store Manager January 1990 to June 1995Price Chopper Food Warehouse － Blytheville, Arkansas
Dealt tactfully and effectively with difficult customers Ensured efficient operation of all stockroom and back stock areas In charge of purchasing merchandise on a daily basis and ensuring sufficient inventory was on hand for sales.
Experienced in merchandising, customer relations, and retail sales management Managed customer relations, controlled expenses and prepared weekly scheduling Formulated a more efficient way of scheduling that saved the company twenty clock hours a week.
AAS : Computer Information Systems, 2011Arkansas Northeastern College － Blytheville, ArkansasGPA: with High Honors GPA: 3.97Computer Information Systems
Certificate July 2001
DOT HM-181 Awareness/Familiarization CourseMississippi County Community College － Blytheville, Arkansas
29 CFR 1910 Standards for General Industry OSHA Confined Spaces Safety Training Introduction to Hazardous Materials Subpart H and Subpart Z RCRA, Spill Prevention, Storm Water and Hazard Communication ISO 9000 and 14002 Forklift/Crane Training Cotton Boll Technical Institute Burdette, Arkansas Certificates 1998 First Response ERW Welding/Forming Blueprint Reading Basic Welding Basic Electrical Cotton Boll Technical Institute Burdette, Arkansas Certificate, Emergency Medical Technician : 1999Mississippi County Community College － Blytheville, ArkansasCertified by the Office of Emergency Medical Services, Arkansas Department of Health as an Emergency Medical Technician, Ambulance on 29
H.S. Diploma : June 1988Blytheville High School － Blytheville, Arkansas
AAS : Computer Information Systems , 2011 Certificate July 2001
DOT HM-181 Awareness/Familiarization Course 29 CFR 1910 Standards for General Industry OSHA Confined Spaces Safety Training Introduction to Hazardous Materials Subpart H and Subpart Z RCRA, Spill Prevention, Storm Water and Hazard Communication ISO 9000 and 14002 Forklift/Crane Training Cotton Boll Technical Institute Burdette, Arkansas Certificates 1998 First Response ERW Welding/Forming Blueprint Reading Basic Welding Basic Electrical Cotton Boll Technical Institute Burdette, Arkansas Certificate, Emergency Medical Technician : 1999 H.S. Diploma : June 1988
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