Was responsible for overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of Production Operators, ISO Techs, and personnel with Lead responsibilities within Production department. Carried out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities included interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving issues
Worked in conjunction with logistics to plan production operations, established priorities and sequences for manufacturing products, reviewed production orders and schedules to ascertain product data such as type, quantity, and specifications of products and scheduled delivery dates in order to plan department operations and meets goals
Prepared operational schedules and coordinated manufacturing and maintenance activities to ensure production and quality of products met specification.
Assist in coordinating and prioritizing activities with Technical Group including new equipment and process qualification, cleanliness and preparation of facilities and formal turnover of systems to operations
Set and enforced performance-oriented production approach, significantly increasing worker output and reducing safety incidents.
Accomplished targets and met demand by assessing equipment performance, reviewing materials supplies and organizing manpower.
Evaluated team member performance regularly to identify and resolve productivity concerns.
Achieved on-time shipments goal by empowering employees to continued success.
Resolved issues quickly to maintain productivity goals.
Collaborated across departments to establish project guidelines and create unique products to drive profitability.
08/2003 to 04/2006
Production Shift LeadCompany Name – City, State
Created successful work schedules for each team member to maintain deadlines and fully staff shifts.
Delivered superior training and leadership to teams to boost performance and help team members achieve performance targets.
Evaluated employee skills and knowledge regularly, training and mentoring individuals with lagging skills.
Trained new employees and delegated daily tasks and responsibilities.
Kept employees operating productively and working on task to meet business and customer needs.
Managed schedules, accepted time off requests
Maintained clean and well-organized production areas to avoid violations or unnecessary work delays due to hazards or inefficient layouts.
Maintained safe working environment by observing safety procedures, policies and regulations.
Prepared shift summary reports for supervisor and communicated regularly on goals and progress.
12/2000 to 08/2003
Warehouse/Inventory Control AssociateCompany Name – City, State
Moved shipment materials to and from designated areas using forklift and hand trucks.
Sorted and delivered materials to different work areas and staff.
Verified orders by comparing names and quantity of items packaged with shipping documents.
Communicated with carrier representatives, arranging for special deliveries and shipment receipts.
Utilized forklift or pallet truck to load, unload, transport and store goods.
Inspected incoming and outgoing shipments to identify discrepancies with records.
Recorded information, shortages and discrepancies to keep records current and accurate.
Processed incoming shipments upon package receipt and envelopes and using SAP to update system.
Kept documentation and records accurate and up-to-date with latest data to prevent errors in processing or delivery.
Inspected work areas for cleanliness and obstacles and removed cartons and boxes to keep work areas organized and hazard-free.
12/1999 to 12/2000
Production OperatorCompany Name – City, State
Supported current production needs by moving items between equipment, conveyors and staging areas.
Located and picked merchandise weighing up to 75 pounds to fulfill daily customer orders
Assembled/Manufactured products according to changing daily work orders and specific customer needs
Inspected final products to assess compliance with quality standards and established tolerances.
Used electric pallet jack, overhead cranes, and forklifts to complete tasks and transport items.
Documented production information via daily system logs and discussed issues with management.
Took on additional shifts during peak work periods to keep projects on schedule.
Class-A CDL: Truck Driving TDI (Truck Driving Institute) - City
Class-A CDL (Hazmat/Tanker Endorsement): Truck Driving Coastal College - City, State
High School Diploma Columbia High School - City, State
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