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Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37404, United States
Posted:
January 25, 2018

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Brandon Adams

**** ***** ***. ***********, ** ***04

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Professional Summary

I am a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and the Volkswagen Automation Mechatronics Program. I have been a part of Volkswagen for seven years. Within this time I have participated in many learning opportunities with the company including Mechatronics Engineering and Wanderjahre (Training Abroad) Program. I am currently working as a Process Coordination Specialist for Corrosion Protection Processes at Volkswagen Chattanooga. I am looking for a position where I can expand my experiences and knowledge in other fields of interest. Highlights

• Mechatronics training and experience with complete knowledge in Electrical and Mechanical systems.

• Knowledge with conveyor systems, motor controls, PLC programming, Robotics Programming.

• International training and exposure in Wolfsburg Germany (WanderJahre)

• Advanced knowledge in processes in Automotive: Body Shop and Paint Shop

• Great understanding in robotics: DÜRR, FANUC, and ABB

• Proficient with Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

• Experienced with Public Speaking and Presentation

• Understanding in German Language. Reading, writing, and speaking Experience

Volkswagen Chattanooga February 2016 – Present

Process Coordination Specialist

• Process development and improvement responsibilities include the Launch of Volkswagen Atlas and Passat at the Chattanooga Production Facility.

• Process development of Cavity Wax Flooding Technologies and Material Delivery Systems.

• Responsible for Corrosion Protection Applications within Volkswagen specific standards.

• Develop and maintain stable processes to increase productivity and cost savings.

• Develop and Improve Sealing processes through Robotic Applications.

(DÜRR-KUKA) (FANUC).

Volkswagen Chattanooga August 2013 – February 2016 Skilled Team Member

• Maintenance position within the Paint Shop

• Worked with systems such as Robotics, Dry Scrubber Technologies, Conveyor Technologies, PLC Systems, and Air Circulation/Filtration Technology.

• Perform PM and TPM to maintain shop equipment.

• Fault Analysis and correction methods

• Insuring production support to maintain exceptional quality in a timely manner

Volkswagen AG Wolfsburg September 2013 – September 2014 Wanderjahre Assignment

• Experienced the Volkswagen way of efficiency and gained expert knowledge in many areas of the Wolfsburg Germany Automotive Production Facility.

• Provided the opportunity to have concentrated training from Engineers and Specialists within the German Volkswagen Brand.

• Knowledge in areas including Robotics, PLC, Applications of Painting, Welding Processes, VW Process specific details, and Electronics

• Contributed to the setup of the e-Golf production facility in Wolfsburg

• Development in the German Language with classroom training and constant immersion

Volkswagen Chattanooga August 2010 – August 2013

Automation Mechatronics Apprentice

• Covered concepts in Electrical, Machining, Welding, Pneumatics and Hydraulics, Electronics, PLC, Robotics, Networking, and CNC Programming.

• The program is the combination of Classroom Training, Hands on Training, and On The Job Training.

• The program is modeled after the Volkswagen Apprenticeship training style that is offered globally within the Volkswagen Brand.

• Upon completion, and demonstration of knowledge, I received certification that allowed me to work abroad within our company with the Wandejahre Assignment in Wolfsburg, Germany. Education

University of Tennessee 2009

Bachelor of Science Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry Chattanooga, TN

Volkswagen Academy and Chattanooga State 2013

Automation Mechatronics

Chattanooga, TN

Additional Information

• Being selected to be one of the first Volkswagen America Mechatronics Apprentices, we pioneered the way to a very successful program.

• The Mechatronics Program also led me to become one of the first Americans selected to participate in the Wanderjahre Program

(Training Abroad).

• Based on my success in the Mechatronics Program and the Wanderjahre Program, I was invited to speak and share my accomplishments at the National Governors Association held in Washington D.C.

References

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