* 1.5 years Production Supervisor * 15 years Supervisory and Management Experience * 12 years enlisted with the United States Air Force with Honorable Veteran Status * 1 year Assembly Line Supervisor
Wage: E-6 -
Lead Quality Assurance Supervising Inspector for over 150 facilities, 300 pieces of equipment items and 150 personnel, performing over 720 safety inspections annually. Oversaw over 1,000 Technical Manual and Safety Procedural Book library, keeping manuals and procedures up to date with changes and available upon request. Co-Authored safety procedures, manuals and checklists utilized during daily maintenance activities. Established 6 standalone technical databases capable of offsite maintenance activities.
Section Supervisor in charge of maintaining high valued munitions inventory. Established the inspection program and ensured the serviceability of roughly 1,000 items including 50 warehouses. Conducted quarterly training seminars for 150 personnel and established a 2 part annual training program for upper management.
Lead manager on combined stockpile valued over $500 million. Organized, prioritized and executed scheduled/non-scheduled work; vital to completion of 16,000 work orders. Coordinated delivery of 244 outstanding munitions shipments in 7 days decreasing transportation backlog by 40%.
Supervised 40 person section in charge of inspection, production and maintenance of hazardous materials valued at $759M. Established training guidelines for safe handling and daily maintenance procedures within the work section. Created Technical Publications and Safety Manual reference library critical for handling and performing maintenance with hazardous materials.
Orchestrated the movement of two 21,000 lb. bombs. Key leadership and planning ability provided in a safe and successful on-time operation. Performed monthly housekeeping and visual safety inspections on 134 munitions storage structures. Actions were lauded by a visiting headquarters inspection team.
Quality Assurance Inspector Certification Course, Hill Air Force Base, Utah 2012
Munitions Inspector Certification SEI-836, Hill Air Force Base, Utah, 2006 Product assurance, product quality deficiency reporting system, material deficiency reporting system, technical order improvement program, types of corrosion and corrosion control, storage and transportation, packaging requirements, research of munitions data, preparation of inspection forms, munitions inspector requirements, and serviceability requirements and CAS procedures as applicable. Also covers application of condition codes, identification of restricted or suspended munitions, munitions color coding, inspection of reusable containers and scrap materials, and perform and document munitions inspections.
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