Experienced Mechanical Design Engineering,and Production Supervisor/Manager. Dedicated
leader with a demonstrated ability to train, manage and motivate team members to achieve
organizational objectives. Significant experience in cross-training and scheduling
Knowledgeable in controlling parts inventories, purchasing, procurement Maintenance on
Machines & PM Repair and supply chain.
Experienced with a variety of CNC Milling Machines including
SIEG CNC, Tor Mach CNC 1100, Makino , Mazak, and Haas Automation.
Working experience with CMM equipment including Kronos large CMM, HERA - High Accuracy CMM, Ares - small bridge CMM, Bench Mark - Small CMM, COORD3 Gantry CMM - Aerospace.
Experienced in SAP. A Six Sigma Green belt with knowledge of 5S methodology and GMPs.
� Lean Manufacturing Certification (Aerospace)
� Green Belt Six-Sigma
� Ohio State Certified SQAE (Software Quality Assurance Engineer) Internal/External Auditor.& QCE (Quality Control Engineer)
� 6 patents (Team Manufacturing Value Process Engineering Procedures)
Ronan Engineering ManagementFlorence, KYProduction Manager04/2016 to 12/2016
This Company makes Detector System to Detect the amount of Radiation and Lead is being
let out into the Atmosphere.
They make these systems for the Gas, Steel Mills and
Quality Standards per NHA Regulation on Radiation.GMP, Dress Code, Plant Safety and EH&S
Work on the
DBA Computer System.Licenses or Permits: Quality Related Tasks: Must inspect seals for
compliancy; check weights and compare/check labels Any issues that affect radiation safety
or quality must be brought to the attention of senior
management or quality assurance immediately.
Reduced the rework to 10% and reduced the scrap to 40%
Robert Bosch Automotive SteeringFlorence, KYEPS Business Unit 2nd shift Production Supervisor05/2015 to 04/2016
EPS Business Unit 2nd shift Production Supervisor Contract thru Aerotek.
This is a Tier 1 Auto Supplier of Automotive Steering Electronic Components.
My Essential Duties and Responsibilities Directly supervises 50-100 employees.Analyzes
work orders to estimate worker hours and create machining schedules that meet both
internal and external needs.
Computes amounts of stock and supplies required for
operations, based on production schedules, and requisitions materials from storage area.
Interprets specifications, blueprints, and job orders to workers, and assigns duties.
Plans flow of materials through department.
Interfaces with others in the organization to
ensure customer deadlines are met.
Inspects and measures parts and products to verify
conformance to specifications.
Records and/or schedules employee time off, overtime,
vacation, and tardies.
Directs workers in adjusting machines and equipment to repair
products which fail to meet standards.
Establishes or adjusts work procedures to meet
Develops, recommends, and implements measures to improve production
methods, equipment performance, and quality of product.
Analyzes and resolves work problems, or assists workers in solving work problems including
accident reporting, safety rules, and disciplinary action forms.
Develops capital equipment justifications for machine tools and
process technology to improve quality, cost, and cycle times.
Estimates, requisitions, and
inspects materials Trains, evaluates, and reviews all new operators.
production meeting with leads and subordinate employees to discuss production needs and
Support and enforce established safety policies rules, and regulations
on production floor.
Ford Transmission PlantSharonville, OHProcess Coach-Supplementary Production Supervisor02/2014 to 05/2015
Worked thru Ford Staffing
This plant makes and builds all the Transmission for all the Ford Autos, Trucks, Vans and
SUVs.Responsible for the Heat Treat Furnaces and Gear 3 Department.
Supervising 34 to 40
Employees per shift.
Structured all Planning, Machine operators, Maintenance, PM
Maintenance on all Furnaces.
Took care of the Inventory of Transmission Parts on the floor
and in the Furnaces. Responsible for the Quality and Metrology Departments.
Industrial Distribution GroupBlue Ash, OHSite Manager/Supply Chain Manager02/2012 to 12/2013
over the Tool Maintenance Crib at Ingrsol Rand
This plant manufactures Industrial Steel Doors.As the Supply Chain Manager, I had direct
responsibility for driving cost savings through oversight and management of all aspects of
the supply chain and Tool Crib for the specific Operations at Ingersoll-Rand.
This role is
the point of contact for the availability and allocation of all materials and stock, in
coordination with the Management team.
Overall responsibility for the flow and management
of material (raw material and finished goods) into and out of the facility with a total
cost approach and meeting service requirements.
I will manage the interpretation of
forecast data to advise Operations Manager on capacity requirements in terms of staffing
and inventory plans and ensure that production planning aligns with the Plant goals for
the site I was also responsible for the daily operations of the tool crib.
received tool crib inventory.
Managed 7 PPE (personal protective equipment) vending
machines to insure they operate properly.
Saved the company by reducing the tool crib
inventory by 50%.
Created a procedure to modify their ISO documentation to improve their
environmental health and safety compliance.
Diemling JELIHO PlasticsAmelia, OHQuality Control Supervisor/Supplier Quality Engineer02/2010 to 02/2012
Ran the Day to Day Operations of the Quality Control Area and Lab.Took care of all PPAPS,
Non-Conformance reports, First Articles and Internal/External Audits.Visited all the
Customer sites on first piece inspection reviews and approvals.
This was done using the
Fox Pro Manufacturing System, SAP and the IQMS System.Support and achieve the functional
as well as project objectives in regards to quality,Responsible for Maintaining Supplier
Quality Budget Objectives.Took care of Support High Risk Supplier Development
Program.Ensure compliance with Supplier Quality Expectations .Responsible for maintaining
Supplier Rating Program, supporting sourcing initiatives,ensuring timely closure of
Supplier Product, Process and System Non-Conformance.Drive supplier quality and cost
improvements for purchased products by increasing supplier / internal competencies in
process control / validation studies, root cause analysis, failure mode, effects analysis
(FMEA), and use of Process Excellence tools.Maintain supplier management documentation and
records to ensure they are complete and current.Directly responsible for ensuring timely
and effective supplier development process for new and current production components and
sub-systems in support of cost savings strategies.Provide support to all departments
throughout the supply chain with process or quality issues, driving quick resolution to
ensure a successful launch.
CDI Business Solutions AerospaceCincinnati, OHSenior Lead Mechanical Design Engineering Tooling07/1995 to 07/2009
Started as Senior Mechanical Design Engineer and was promoted to a Design Lead position
after 1.5 years.
My Department was over the stage 1, stage 2 and stage 3 bearings & the
accessory gear box for GE Jet Engines.
I supervised a team of 20 Designers, Detailer and
Engineers on to design all the tooling for these engines, using a Uni graphics NX 6
Also helped out the Quality Department on Audits, Non-comformances and
Corrective Actions on Engineering Drawing Audits for compliance to GE Standards.Senior
Mechanical Design Engineer for the Equipment Tooling Group I reduced all re-work in
designs and was able to meet my schedules.
I designed complex tooling for the GE90-1B &
2B, GENX-115B, LMS 100 Engines.
This was also done using Uni graphics NX 6
General ElectricEvendale, OHPunch Press Unit Manager, Software Quality Assurance Engineer, Methods Engineer, Design Engineer, De07/1977 to 07/1992
During my 15 years at GE, I held a number of positions:
Due to my leaving was that the Punch Press Unit the work was source out.
This is where I
learned to Weld doing TIG and MIG Welding on various jet engine parts.
Bachelor's of Mechanical Engineering (BSME):AerospaceJune 1998University of CincinnatiAerospace
Bachelor's:Manufacturing Engineering TechnologyMay1992University of CincinnatiManufacturing Engineering Technology
Associates degree:Business ManagementSeptember 1986Miami University of OhioBusiness Management