Desert Storm Vet (US Navy) 1989-1993 I went into hydraulics right after my service, then to manufacturing maintenance. Moving into supervision early in my career, I gained extensive knowledge in team building and mentorship. Opportunities presented themselves in operations management and I took those roles head on. In doing so I was fortunate enough to be able to demonstrate my skill set. I flourished in my role as quality engineer and then as amanufacturing engineer. Proving myself on both fronts, I was then taken on as a Safety Manager at ITW Automotive Body and Fuel in Mokena, IL with a mission to reduce injuries and accidents overall and to change the safety culture. A year later I was promoted to Safety Manager for the entire Division. With major emphasis on identifying and preventing potentially hazardous scenarios, we started to change the culture. My teams and I created and incentivized safety through committees, group events and continuous improvement. Opportunity came again when I was offered the role of Shipping Manager. • Effective at managing fast-paced work environment and resolving issues with vendor representatives, I have been successful in creating a managed shipping dept.
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