Production Supervisor successful in supervising the day-to-day operations of a large manufacturing plant employing 115 production staff and quality control technicians.
Dedicated leader with demonstrated ability to train, manage and motivate team members to achieve organizational objectives.
Results-driven, skilled Supervisor focused on achieving success and increased productivity through improvements in operations, quality, safety and administration.
Work with customers to ensure they are getting products that meet and exceed their expectations and needs.
Instrumental in the process of becoming an OSHA VPP Certified Facility.
Member of the Prism Implementation Team for the St.Louis Facility.
Becoming an alumni in the Printpack Foundations of Leadership Program
Assessed and trained personnel for promotion to cross-functional operations.
Developed and implemented data-based solutions in a timely manner.
Operated all equipment throughout manufacturing process to back-fill.
Led regular stand-up meetings, events and continuous improvement projects with measurable goals.
Coordinated closely with quality control regarding products awaiting dispositions.
Maintained and enforced a safe and clean working environment at all times.
Coordinated preventative maintenance on existing and new production equipment, including routine calibration.
Established and adjusted work procedures to meet production schedules.
Supervised production schedules, production quality and on time delivery.
Defined manufacturing performance standards and reviewed the performance outcomes to set future targets.
Identified staffing and capital needs, collected relevant data and wrote justifications for established needs.
Diligently maintained safety and quality standards.
Implemented root cause and corrective actions to remove production constraints and improve product quality.
Enforced a culture of lean manufacturing and continuous improvement while providing operational leadership.
Improved efficiency and productivity by eliminating waste and production constraints.Collaborated with the engineering team to adjust and modify production equipment.
Reviewed production orders, schedules, delivery dates and inventory levels to determine product availability.
Trained, developed and counseled employees to develop a high performing team.
Budgeted monthly departmental expenses and implemented cost controls.
Optimized scheduling based on deep expertise of machine capacities and equipment.
Coached employees in developing and achieving individual performance goals.
Developed and maintained strong and clear communication and rapport with plant personnel.
Organized, prioritized and managed plant maintenance projects to keep facility safe, efficient and clean.
During this time I worked in both RotoGravure and the FlexoGraphic printing then added Plate Making and Plate Mounting to my skill set.
I was an administrator at the Marine Corps Institute in Washington Naval Yard.
I was also part of the Honor Guard that participated in events in and around Washington area such as funerals at Arlington Cemetery, inaugurations and special events.
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