Leader with management experience and exceptional people skills. Versed in team building and communication. Results-oriented, dedicated professional with twenty-two years in the tire industry. Desires a challenging role as an ABM.
Responsible for scheduling PM's, modifications, and any downtime in the Tire Room. Responsible for quality quick actions. Responsible for analyzing and responding to quality data daily to reduce VOR. Responsible for bladder inventory and tracking bladder life. Lead twelve set-up technicians in serving our customer (tire builders). Led numerous improvement projects.
* I was responsible for leading daily safety meetings with the Webb Stiles
contractor team along with the Bridgestone engineering team. I was
responsible for scheduling all work involved with the project while
maintaining KPI's for the plant, PM's, and other improvement projects. This
required me to collaborate with safety, engineering, PC, maintenance, PM
crews, outside contractors, and plant management. The team completed
this project without an injury while meeting our 9,150 tires a day production
metric. I sent out weekly project progress reports to plant leadership that
was shared with corporate leadership.
Responsible for assembling and leading support departments to accomplish projects. Responsible for collecting and analyzing data to identify trends and track departmental KPI's. Responsible for countermeasures of items not meeting departmental KPI's. Responsible for continuous improvement in our processes.
* The Warren Plant was tasked with installing the new technology of laser
etching tires. My role with the team was working with engineering on the
layout of the etchers and flow of tires. This required us to relocate the
rework area where I worked with the rework teammates to help design the
new layout so that it would improve this process. During this move we
kept the number of rework tires to under 1,000 while keeping a pulse on
the plants VOR.
Responsible for safety of teammates, quality of tires, and production of tires. Responsible for training, teammate development, managing crew hours, communicating expectations of the department, and improvement projects.
Responsible for building quality TBR tires for production. Responsible for inspecting the quality of the material from the supply departments. Responsible for reworking tires to meet quality expectations.
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