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Production Superintendent, design engineer

Location:
Mobile, Alabama, United States
Posted:
January 21, 2018

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Gregory Paul Stephens

**** ******* ***** **

Semmes, AL 36575 US

Mobile: 228-***-****

Email: ac34hd@r.postjobfree.com

Work Experience:

Huntington Ingalls Industries

PO Box 149

Pascagoula, MS 39568 US

12/2015– Present

Superintendent

Supervisor: Robert Peden 228-***-****

Responsibilities:

- Manage and evaluate departmental cost, budget, schedule, and performance, as well as variances for each.

- Manage the daily operations of shipbuilding activities while maintaining contractual requirements of the US Navy.

- Review engineering drawings for technical adequacy, work ability and issue engineering requests for service when necessary.

- Review Technical Purchase Requisition Statements of Work and make necessary adjustment requests as required.

- Manage weekly departmental costs, progress and earnings using Earned Value Management guidelines and techniques.

- Negotiate/Discuss contractual requirements with Supervisor of Shipbuilding personnel on a weekly basis or as required.

- Discuss root cause analysis and corrective actions to construction issues that potentially impact contract requirements.

- Lead process improvement initiatives from initial start-up to implementation using DMAIC process and procedures.

- Include customer participation in all process improvement initiatives to ensure initiative meets customer needs and contractual requirements.

- Conduct cost analysis on all process improvement initiatives to ensure project worth or the lack of.

Austal USA 05/2014- 09/2015

1 Dunlop Drive

Mobile, Al 36602

Manager

Supervisor: Jay Wilson: 251-***-****

Responsibilities:

Plan, direct and oversee the operations and fiscal health of Machinery Department within Austal USA. Responsible for overseeing and leading the work of 138 personnel and the department leadership team. Maintain an environment of continuous improvement using the 6 Sigma method to define, measure, analyze, implement, and control new processes. Also responsible for planning and maintaining work systems, procedures, and policies that enable and encourage the optimum performance of the department.

Huntington Ingalls Industries

PO Box 149

Pascagoula, MS 39568 US

01/1991– 5/2014

Superintendent (11/2009-5/2014) Process Improvement Engineer(12/2007-11/2009) Pipe and Mechanical Designer(10/1998-12/2003)

Supervisor: William Yawn 228-***-****)

Responsibilities:

- Manage and evaluate departmental cost, budget, schedule, and performance, as well as variances for each.

- Manage the daily operations of shipbuilding activities while maintaining contractual requirements of the US Navy.

- Review engineering drawings for technical adequacy, work ability and issue engineering requests for service when necessary.

- Review Technical Purchase Requisition Statements of Work and make necessary adjustment requests as required.

- Manage weekly departmental costs, progress and earnings using Earned Value Management guidelines and techniques.

- Negotiate/Discuss contractual requirements with Supervisor of Shipbuilding personnel on a weekly basis or as required.

- Discuss root cause analysis and corrective actions to construction issues that potentially impact contract requirements.

- Lead process improvement initiatives from initial start-up to implementation using DMAIC process and procedures.

- Include customer participation in all process improvement initiatives to ensure initiative meets customer needs and contractual requirements.

- Conduct cost analysis on all process improvement initiatives to ensure project worth or the lack of.

- Submit requests for contractual changes, to SUPSHIP, if initiative documentation proves beneficial to the customer.

- Plan daily departmental work requirements and the manning of each tasks.

- Design mini-plans on large shipbuilding tasks that require detailed planning and the coordination of multiple departments. Evaluate and analyze group discussions and formulate necessary charts and procedures to accomplish the tasks.

- Made conceptual pipe and mechanical installation drawings for upcoming contractual negotiations with the US Navy.

- Made detailed pipe and mechanical design drawings for currently awarded contracts. Maintaining contractual requirements and customer needs.

Education:

University Of Southern Mississippi Hattiesburg, MS US

Bachelor's Degree 12/2006

GPA: 3.7

Credits Earned: 186 Semester hours

Major: Industrial Engineering Technology

Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

Engineering Economics

Micro-Economics

Industrial Cost Control

Production and Inventory Control

Industrial Automation

Technical Writing

Statistics

Quality Control

Industrial Modeling

Blue Print Reading

Legal Environment of Business I

Legal Environment of Business II

Accounting I and II

Sociology

English Composition I and II

Principle of Supervision

AutoCAD

Planning and Scheduling

Computer Business Applications

Advanced Computer Applications

Small Group Communications

Management Theory and Practices

US Government

Ethics

Mass Communications

Quantitative Analysis for Business

Business Finance

Marketing

Money Markets and Financial Institutions

Multinational Finance

Financial Statement Analysis

Investments

Operations Management

Global Economics

Job Related Training:

Earned Value Management: June 2010

Six Sigma Green Belt Certification: March 2007

Currently have a secret clearance (expires approximately July 2019)

Affiliations:

University of Southern Mississippi - Allumni Association

Additional Information:

Proficient in Microsoft Office Applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint

Light experience with Access



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