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Manager Maintenance

Location:
Grand Prairie, Texas, United States
Posted:
April 15, 2018

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Christopher R. Seabolt

*** ******** ** ***** *******, Tx 75052 813-***-**** ac443l@r.postjobfree.com

Over 25 years combined experience with people and equipment management, for high speed operations. Developing and implementing sustainable processes improving continuity across all shifts, within manufacturing. Coaching and mentoring personnel to perform to their potential, and instilling ownership within the team. Defining new strategies to improve CPC, with labor cost reduction, while maintaining efficiency. Drive ownership as an on the floor manager, while seeking the best practices for each unique situation.

Education

AS JUNE 2001 ITT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE

Electronic Engineering Technology

CERTIFICATION SEPTEMBER 2006 PTI

PET Injection/Blow Mold Theory & Processing

Experience

PRODUCTION MANAGER III COCA COLA, SAN LEANDRO CA MAY 2015 - PRESENT

Production Manager role quickly grew to Production/Maintenance/Inventory management for the first 7 months, in order to bring positive change with sustainability to a low performing facility; team building was the first step. Placing people, within Production, in positions based on their capabilities brought positive change and a boost to moral; followed by deep cleaning (physical environment/equipment and SOPs). Organizing the department and development of best practices grew to Supervisors taking on ownership of people, processes across two high speed can lines and three PET lines w/three KHS Blow Molds. The facility improved 28% in efficiency from the previous year, which energized the entire team. Responsibilities are Safety (personnel, product, and equipment), Production activities/schedules with ensuring ample time for maintenance activities, 9 Supervisors, 126 union employees, 5 beverage lines, sanitation performance, ISO/AIB and Internal Audit readiness, Procedures, union relations, budget, CPC, and mentor team members including peer group. Assist Maintenance Manager with Project management, due to the amount of projects being performed throughout the year; 17 projects in 2017. December 2017 to current, I have been the acting Quality Manager, while maintaining duties as Production Manager III.

MAINTENANCE MANAGER LODN, LEWISVILLE TX APRIL 2014 – MAY 2015

Responsible for CMMS, KPIs, maintenance personnel, CFR111 conformity, equipment performance, project management, and department budget. Developed the maintenance program and preventative/predictive maintenance procedures for equipment spanning 11 production lines and facility support equipment. Trained and mentored 6 maintenance personnel, improving troubleshooting techniques and skill sets. Increased powder filling throughput by 7.5%, liquid filling throughput by 7.1%; improved TBF by 6.7%. Lead the installation for HTST system to include the automation aspects, design of CIP systems for liquid inline filling, and dehumidification process for powder areas

Streamlined processes involving parts locations, primary assignment per technician, and identification of standard settings per equipment. Organized both the processes and physical condition of the maintenance department. Developed an excel accountability spreadsheet to allow documentation for each line for each hour with some auto-generation. Used Office and PMC.

PRODUCTION/MAINTENANCE MANAGER ATC, OAK CLIFF TX JANUARY 2014 - APRIL 2014

Production: Responsible for overall department performance: provide structure, development, and support for 3 Supervisors and 59 associates on a daily bases; streamline and develop processes from work order to finished goods; track and report KPIs; manage production schedule.

Maintenance: Responsible for department performance: develop best practices for preventative maintenance; improve MTs through equipment training and troubleshooting techniques; provide structure, development, and support for 3 maintenance technicians; in development of a work order system, inventory system, to allow KPI recordables. Used Office.

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR/BLOW MOLD SPECIALIST COTT, FT WORTH TX JULY 2011 – DECEMBER 2013

Develop accountability structure for maintenance department consisting of 17 personnel. Schedule preventative maintenance activities in accordance with production requirements. Analyze mean times for breakdowns and repair, assess skill sets of personnel, and accuracy of PM estimated times to include task for streamlining of maintenance processes. Provide supervision of activities: attendance, performance, and programs. Supervision of personnel on shift both Production and Maintenance, driving associate performance and productivity efficiencies. Developed shift’s structure to include training/cross training Operators, providing training for Technicians, daily routine, consistency in scheduled days off (work/life balance), defining roles and responsibilities, in order to optimize productivity. Develop PM program with training aids on Sidel blow molds, to include support equipment. Train associates in production and maintenance to operate and perform up to level 3 repair on Universal SBO 34/28. Perform up to a level 4 maintenance aspect, and provide 24hr support for night shift and weekend production runs. Used PMC, and Office

Christopher R. Seabolt

PRODUCTION/MAINTENANCE MANAGER MOUNTAIN PURE, PALESTINE TX DECEMBER 2010 – JULY 2011

Responsible for meeting production requirements through process improvement, meet customer requirements for on time quality products, equipment reliability and personnel development. Train maintenance personnel in the repair of support equipment, production equipment and facilities maintenance. Coached and trained production personnel to optimize throughput, job function understanding, and accountability structure. Develop best practices and training for production and maintenance. Trend and analyze equipment and personnel performance: mean times: repair, breakdowns, failure; best practices for the maintenance of equipment; finished goods tracking, waste and line efficiencies, and quality defects trace-abilities. Assist in production line repair, change-overs, and modifications. Solely responsible for 5S implementation of the support equipment area and lubrication storage room; assist with physical implementation of 5S throughout the production facility, and used as a resource for training production personnel. Utilize excel in developing a document system for preventative maintenance/work performed. Maintain BRC/GMP/ANSI/OSHA standards. Use Excel, Word, SAP, and Power Point on daily bases.

PET DEPARTMENT MANAGER PLASTIPAK PACKAGING, PLANT CITY FL JUNE 2004 - DECEMBER 2010

Responsible for productivity of the PET production department and associates: 4 supervisors, 16 technicians, 4 shift maintenance, and 16 temporary staffing personnel. Develop and implement training for all aspects of PET production through analysis of job functions, value/non-value added work, work environment safety, and quality of work. Attend meetings to report data compiled from SAP, and Accountability sheets. Lead supervisor meetings: daily passing information, weekly for improvement ideas and training. Perform multitasking operation involving monitoring, troubleshooting, repair, change overs, and process adjustments on Production Equipment to include: Sidel Series I & II blow molds. Ensure Product Quality meets or exceeds standards, and building team work concepts. Maintain ISO/GMP/ANSI/OSHA standards, ensuring requirements are maintained. Use Excel, Word, and SAP on daily bases.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY DECEMBER 1990 – NOVEMBER 2004

Information Systems Technician 3,

United States Navy 2001-2004

Establish and maintain satellite link up for communications, operate and repair the communications and surveillance equipment. Operate and establish the Mobile Surveillance Platform (Humvee) that contains imaging systems, microwave dish, and communications with Crypto. Maintain dissemination of secret messages. During overseas operation, security of USNS ships was under my supervision as an appointed LNO. Military Police Reaction Force; maintain Base security, provide Anti-Terrorism tactics, On-scene coordination.

Aircraft Mechanic

United States Navy 1990-1998

Maintain condition of H-60 Sikorski helicopters. Perform preventative maintenance, repairs, flight line/flight deck troubleshooting, and vibration analysis/correction (dynamic). Night shift supervisor on board ship over 5 personnel for task assignment, accountability, training, and safety.

AWARDS

Naval Achievement Medal (x3)

> Excellent performance of duty, security enhancements, and professionalism as the appointed Liaison Naval Officer

Letter of Commendation (x2)

>Performed three C-phase maintenance activities on Air Force HH-60H helicopters, and provided pivotal support to HS-5 (D-phase/rebuild)

Sikorsky Maintenance Man for 1993

LODN Champion Award June 2014 Equipment reliability improvement

LODN Champion Award July 2014 Successful completion and validation of new HTST system

LODN Champion Award October 2014 Development and implementation of maintenance programs and team

LODN Champion Award January 2015 Successful allocation and installation of equipment to produce potential customer product

Christopher R. Seabolt

417 Parkvale Ln.

Grand Prairie, Tx 75052

813-***-**** cell



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