I have many years of management experience from office setting in marketing team supervision and being in charge of my own business unit to production oriented roles such as cnc operator to shift supervisor and a variety of other relatable experience that allows me to be utilized in a variety of different ways as the company sees fit.
My current position with this company has me scheduling up to 80 employees across 2 buildings depending on the circumstances. I create the run schedule at the start of shift then micro manage which orders will run on each machine based off of our compound inventory and other various equipment related things that may impact run plans. I am responsible for safety talks and accident reporting as well as TPM sheet sign offs for each machine. Each day I must drive 6s and a lean manufacturing focus to decrease setup times and scrap on a measurable scale. After each shift I take care of payroll for the 2 buildings using Kronos.
I was hired into Allied in 2017 after Ge closed and took the skill level 4 position in ta backs running grinding CNC machines. I was later promoted to RTG and am now backup floor supervisor overseeing all day to day operations across our departments.
This started as a production role operating Grinding equipment and cnc machines.
After being promoted to R-19 I took on a variety of responsibilities from multiple jobs all lumped under 1 title. An example would be the role of Production Manager planning machine run schedules, setup time frames and monitoring material flow to keep the operation moving with as few bottlenecks as possible. I was also responsible for making sure quality and manufacturing goals were met and problems dealt with in an efficient time frame across the metal fab factory.
I was hired in to negotiate sales under contract for a variety of high profile companies such as Wells Fargo, Metlife, General electric and so forth. I was promoted to team leader a few months in followed by an official supervisor role then i was promoted to O.J.T and finally before going to General Electric I was promoted to O.J.T supervisor which in most other businesses is referred to as a business unit manager responsible for overseeing all aspects of the companies training program for supervisors and their teams. This was an office based marketing team and sales negotiations role.
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