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Manager Engineer

Location:
Ingleside, Texas, United States
Salary:
80000
Posted:
April 14, 2018

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JOHN SCHACK

**** ********* ****: 361-***-****

Ingleside, Texas 78362 E-mail: ac44zm@r.postjobfree.com

CAREER SUMMARY

A result oriented professional with experience in manufacturing, fabrication, production, operations, and facilities management. Practical experience and education provides detail working knowledge of contract management, financial management, project management, capital planning, environmental laws & issues, shop floor production, process/quality engineering and R/D. Excels at planning (scheduling), process improvements, project forecasting in both schedules and capital expenditures, six-sigma, lean manufacturing, demand flow technology, problem solving, and motivator. A task oriented team player and achiever with a passion for learning who believes it takes safety along with hard work, people, teamwork, training, and communication to achieve an organization's goals.

KEY SKILLS

PROJECT, MANUFACTURING AND PLANT MANAGEMENT, FABRICATION (Offshore Structures, Skids – P&ID, ASME Section IX Pressure Vessels, Subsea Structures, etc EXPERIENCE IN OFFSHORE WELDING STANDARDS (AWS D1.1), PIPE WELDING STANDARDS (ASME B31 – API 1104), UNDERSTANS AND SUPPORTS ENGINEERING STANDARDS, PROJECT LEADERSHIP On VARIOUS PROJECT. PRODUCTION AND PROCESS MANAGEMENT, ENGINEERING AND FACILITIES MANAGEMENT With EMPHASIS On “OPERTIONAL EXCELLENCE”, MACHINE AND TOOLS MANAGEMENT, LEAN MANUFACTURING, QUALITY MANAGEMENT, PLANNING AND SCHEDULING, PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE, COMPUTER SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE: AUTOCAD, WORD, GANT CHARTS, MICROSOFT PROJECT SCHEDULER, VENDOR MANAGEMENT Including MSA AGREEMENTS, AND EXCEL, TEAM BUILDER AND TEAM LEADER, TRAINER AND FACILITATOR, PROBLEM SOLVER AND TROUBLE SHOOTER, DECISION MAKER AND LEADER.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

6/16 to 9/17 Kaspar Ranch Hand, 1600 St. Mary Street, Beeville, Texas 78102

Manufacturing / Operations Manager

Responsibilities included:

- Schedule / Manage Manufacturing / Fabrication

- Plant / Facilities / Safety

10/14 to 6/16 Forum Energy Technologies, 4802 CR 69, Robstown, Texas 78380

Production / Operations Manager

Responsibilities included:

- Schedule / Manage Manufacturing

- Plant / Facilities / Safety

- Manufactured in strict conformance to API, ASTM, ASME, ANSI and other specifications.

RELOCATED 4 manufacturing building / plants into one building. Design plant layout that improved workflow and reduced set-up times and material handling.

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9/13 to 10/14 TPCO America, Gregory, Texas 78362

Operations Manager

Responsibilities included:

- Schedule / Manage Manufacturing

- Manufactured to API specifications.

10/10 to 9/13 Helix Subsea Constructions, 2269 Avenue B, Ingleside, Texas 78362

Commercial Fabrication Manager

Responsibilities included:

- Estimate / Bid Reviews / Technical Reviews

- Order / Plan / Review Material Deliveries

- Schedule Fabrication / Outside Vendors

- Fabricated in strict conformance to API, ASME, AWS, ABS, and USCG specifications.

DEVELOPED fabrication plans for projects. Breakdown project into sub-assemblies, material requirement / “deliverables” and assign durations for each sub-assemblies. Results: Allows fast track project to have activities working simultaneous and synchronized final assembly plan.

10/02 to 9/10 Gulf Marine Fabricators, FM Rd 2725, Ingleside, Texas 78362

Project Coordinator, Facilities Production Manager, Project Manager

Responsibilities included:

- Develop resource budgets (Personnel /Hours/Durations)

- Contract Management (Negotiate) Technical and Commercial Issue with clients and outside vendors

-Order / Plan / Review Material Deliveries

-Schedule and Manage Pipe Mill, Racks, Fabrication Shop and Field Work

-Justify / Review capital equipment

- Fabricated in strict conformance to API, ASME, AWS and ABS specifications

SCHEDULED fabrication activities. Coordinate, set priorities and duration requirement for shop and field activities. Balance all production areas with focus on utilization of personnel and equipment to allow for continuous flow of work. Result: Lower internal cost to projects due to limited idle time.

MANAGED projects up to 50 million dollars. Monitor facilities production prerequisite; formed alterative plans when necessary to meet scheduled deadlines. Results: Projects exceed original forecasted revenue.

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1/97 to 9/02 Horton Automatics, 4242 Baldwin Blvd, Corpus Christi, Texas 78405

Senior Manufacturing/Design Engineer, Machine Shop Manager

Responsibilities included:

- Schedule and manage machine shop

-Justify and purchase capital equipment

- Process Improvement

- Engineering liaison (engineering/ production)

- Tooling Design

- CNC (Macro) Fanuc

IDENTIFIED bottlenecks. Evaluated and purchased capital equipment. Results: Reduced cycle time from three weeks to three days and improved sales.

2/88 to 1/97 Boeing. (formally Aviall) 9311Reeves St., Dallas, Tx 75235

Facilities Manager, Weld/Heat Treatment Manager, Senior Process Engineer, Tooling & Machining Engineer

Responsibilities included:

- Managed / Schedule maintenance and waste treatment department, managed the safety, environmental, and laboratory activities.

- Oversee/Plan Capital Projects for the Facility

- Tooling Design

- CNC (Macro) Fanuc, ASEA Robotic, and Ziess CMM Programming

CREATED, presented and established a schedule for relocation equipment and personnel into stand only work cells. Identified items that should not be incorporated into the work cells. Established time lines. Supervised all new construction. Managed a facilities project of $1 million. Installed all new equipment and provided training. Negotiated with outside contractors. Results: Project was completed in twelve months (scheduled for eighteen months) and $350,000 under budget. Reduced turn times.

EDUCATION

University of Dallas, Irving, Texas

MBA ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

SIGMA IOTA EPSILON - NATIONAL MANAGEMENT HONOR SOCIETY

University of North Texas, Denton, Texas

BACHELOR OF APPLIED ARTS AND SCIENCES - INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

GAMMA BETA PHI HONOR SOCIETY

CONTINUING EDUCATION

ISO 9001 Auditor, Demand Flow Technology, Lean Manufacturing,

ASME Manufacturing, Robotic Programming, CMM Programming,

CNC Fanuc Programming, OSHA 29CFR 1.910.120Q6V, Incident Command,

OSHA 29CFR 1910.120 Q 6iii Hazardous Materials, ADA Facilities



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