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Manager Quality

Georgetown, Pennsylvania, United States
January 21, 2018

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Timothy R. Gamble

Georgetown, PA US

Phone: 1-724-***-****


Experience with Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma Yellow Belt, ISO9001-2015, AS9100, ISO/TS16949:1999, Quality System Compliance and Auditing, Employee Training, Customer Relations, Stationary Engineer’s License, Minitab 15, QC Calc, SPC Office Buddy, Microsoft Office, AutoCAD 2008, HVAC Certified, Print Reading, Powerpoint, Excel, Accounting, Business Management. Currently taking a six sigma black belt certification course.


Plant Manager

Miller Plastics Inc.

April 2017 – July 2017

• Responsible for all manufacturing plant activities

• Scheduling, purchasing, customer relations, continuous imprement etc... Quality Engineer

Penn Transformer, Cannonsburg, Pa

December 2016 March 2017

• Contract Position

• Quality Engineer Implementing ISO 9001-2015

• Mechanical and Electrical Print Reading

• Internal Auditor

• Process Improvements Tracking Main Product Line

• Document Control (All Departments)

• Member of the Continuous Improvement Team

• Quality Trainer (300 Employees)

• Union Environment

• Employee Competency and Evaluations Controller

Quality Manager

Mosebach Manufacturing, Pittsburgh, Pa

September, 2007 August, 2016

QC Manager 75 employees (9 years)

Manage Mosebach Manufacturing’s Continuous Improvement Program

Manage Mosebach Manufacturing’s Test and Service Program

Direct and analyze Gage R&R and Process Capability studies to improve processes

Conduct monthly Production Review meetings to drive and measure improvement

Develop and maintain Mosebach Manufacturing’s Quality Management System

Direct and manage quality programs and efforts to ensure compliance with customer requirements, internal quality programs following ISO 9001 and AS9100 guidelines

Write, revise, and maintain all quality documents that define how the products will be manufactured to comply with customer quality requirements, internal quality programs, and ISO 9001

Investigate and resolve customer quality complaints

Review quality reports and develop programs and activities to improve quality

Perform internal quality audits

Develop and conduct quality related training

Quality process control for continuous improvement

Statistical Process Control (SPC)

Lean manufacturing

Implement Total Quality Management (TQM) Processes

25% Travel

Review blueprints and schematics

Manage Union employees

Field sales, trade shows and commissioning

Microsoft Word, Excel training

Maintenance Supervisor

Congregate Management Services, Pittsburgh, Pa

May, 2005 September, 2007 (2 years 4 months)

Maintenance Supervisor of a 59 unit retirement building, a 40 unit section 8 apartment complex in and a 98 unit retirement building

Scheduled and sometimes helped perform all preventative maintenance and maintenance repairs

On-call every other week

Extensive experience with carpentry, plumbing, electrical, landscaping, carpet cleaning, turn-overs, painting, phone and cable repair, appliance repair, HVAC and much more

Scheduled contractors and calculated budget for current and future expenditures Maintenance Manager

Marian Manor Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa

February, 2004 May, 2005 (1 year 3 months)

Maintenance Supervisor at a 200+ bed nursing home

Scheduled and helped perform repairs on plumbing, electrical, painting, carpentry, landscaping, general repairs, generators, furnaces, boilers and various other tasks Quality Control Supervisor


June, 2000 December, 2003 (3 years 6 months)

Oversaw all plant quality functions, (ISO 9001/QS 9000)

Implement continuous improvement through capability studies, process audits, lean tools • Improved tooling design for glass tempered operation that saves over $75,000 per year

Improved a hot-forming process that reduced scrap from 2% to less than 0.5% and increased productivity by 25% saving over $35,000 a year

Designed new tooling

Ensure adequate resources are available to employees allowing performance to meet or exceed expectations

Assure all aspects of AAR Quality Standard M-1003 are implemented and maintained

Develop, maintain, and implement Quality Assurance manuals, procedures, inspection forms, and Control Plans

Direct monthly management review meetings

Conduct Quality Assurance, Safety, and Production training for all employees (approx. 50)

Schedule and perform internal quality audits and supplier quality audits

Resolve customer complaints and supplier issues

Implement corrective and preventative actions

Gauge design and calibrations

Statistical Process Control (SPC’s)

Implement Total Quality Management Program(TQM) processes

First-in piece reports

Program CMM and CNC machines

Oversaw shipping department

Production Manager on most critical product line and helped maintenance when needed

Maintenance Supervisor vacation fill in

Quality Assurance Supervisor

Advanced Alloy Division

October, 1999 June, 2000 (8 months)

• Supervised two production lines

• Collected and analyzed process data to make necessary adjustments in order to maintain controlled conditions and performed testing per ASTM, AS9100 and ISO/TS16949:1999 specifications

• Safety committee team member

• Audit daily inspections on all suspect and PPAP parts for plastic mold injection plant

• Quality process control for continuous improvement

• Statistical Process Control (SPC’s)

• Implement TQM processes

• Responded to all customer complaints (CAR"s),in ISO9001/QS9000 and 8D format and investigated the problems

• Inventory control of stock based on customer complaints and daily activity

• Processed PPAP's, FMEA's, SPC's and initial inspection reports for future and current part orders

• Types of tools used were micrometers, calipers, micro-vu, word, excel, super browser and common sense

• All work was done on plastic injected molded parts Quality Lab Supervisor

Newell Specialty Chemicals

December, 1993 September, 1999 (5 years 9 months)

Lab Manager / Purchasing Manager / Maintenance 40 employees (5 years 9 months)

Technical Supervisor to 9 fellow employees

Customer service needs on a routine basis pertaining to quality issues

Prepared waste water samples for waste management program

Quality Process Control for Continuous Improvement

Ran analysis on various product samples

Some equipment used was titrimeters, vacuum ovens, viscometers, gas chromatographs, atomic analyzer and more

Set up and performed reaction chemistry runs for future plant products

Other duties included maintenance on lab equipment and plant equipment such as hot plates, titraters, boiler switches, mechanical seals, valves, motors, minor HVAC and more

Operated forklifts, reactors (75 – 3500gal.)

Purchased raw materials

Entered all accounting records and balances into the computer system using Real World Accounting software (all prior records were erased)


Residential Maintenance

April, 1992 Present (20 + years)

Do odd jobs for numerous clients as time permits

Some jobs were building decks, roofing work, plumbing, running electric lines, installing showers, drywall, minor HVAC, painting and much more

Night Auditor & Supervisor

Mountaineer Racetrack and Resort

September, 1990 December, 1993 (3 years 3 months)

Audited all account receivables from the resort on a nightly basis

Targeted problem areas and dealt with as needed

Responsible for training front desk personnel, cashiers and other audits

Responsible for night supervision, check-ins and cash advances Electrician

Weirton Steel Corporation

May, 1988 September, 1990 (2 years 4 months)

Millwright / Electricians Helper

Performed daily tasks such as preventative maintenance and repairs

Completed online breakdown repairs on cranes, conveyors and lifts

Worked for two summers (summer help), while attending college EDUCATION


Associate Degree Accounting/ Business Management

Degree date: 1989


Electrical Engineering


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