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Supervisor Management,Purchasing

Warren, Pennsylvania, 16365, United States
$12.00 per hr
February 04, 2018

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Roger H. Johnson

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Warren, Pa. 16365

Phone: 814-***-****

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June 13, 2008 to present Security Guard – U. S. Securities at United Refining Co., Warren, Pa.

August, 2006 to November, 2006 Service Coordinator in Service Department – Mahan Motors, Warren, Pa.

December, 2005 to August, 2006 Security Guard – Blair Corporation, Irvine, Pa.

April, 2005 to November, 2005 Supervisor – Thule Trailer, Express Personnel Services, Jamestown, New York

October, 2003 to April, 2005 Self Employed – Tractor Repair and Sales, Scandia, Pa.

March, 2003 to August, 2003 Sales Representative selling Industrial Supplies to current and prospect buyers southern New York, northern Pa. and southern Ohio. – Clark Supply, Falconer, New York

February, 2000 to January, 2003 Senior MRO Buyer/General Supervisor Bomb Assembly at National Forge Company, Irvine, Pa. Responsible for MRO purchases emphasizing raw material and supplies to support Melt, Forge and Heat Treat Departments, evaluate and select suppliers, develop and implement cost reduction strategies, purchase and sell scrap inventories and surplus machinery, purchase product components (steel rings, shafts, bolts, etc., schedule/coordinate production activity and supervise Bomb Assembly Department, review all ADS sheets, purchase and disperse required bomb assembly components, prepare and coordinate shipments.

October, 1996 to February, 2000 Superintendent Melt and Forge Departments at National Forge Company, Irvine, Pa. Manage the manufacturing operations of the steel production facilities, insure proper manufacturing practices and manpower are in place to meet order requirements, monitor costs and quality, initiate programs to develop organization, practices and equipment requirements to achieve improvements in both, keep up the technical advancements in steel manufacturing to insure the operation remained viable in the long term goals of the company, provide safe and desirable work places for employees, stimulate morale and encourage teamwork approach to problems.

January, 1992 to September, 1996 Senior MRO Buyer – National Forge Company. Responsible for purchasing maintenance and repair items.

March, 1990 to January 1992 Stores Buyer – National Forge Company. Irvine, Pa. Purchase Storehouse inventory.

January, 1982 to March, 1990 Supervisor of Steel Stores, Stores Yard and Shipping – National Forge Company, Erie, Pa. Supervision of many employees

January, 1980 to January, 1982 Supervisor of Steel Stores and Yard – National forge Company, Erie, Pa. Supervisor

October, 1977 to January, 1980 Forge Department Foreman – National Forge Company, Erie, Pa. Foreman

January, 1968 to October, 1977 Assistant Melt and Forge Metallurgist – National Forge Company, Irvine, Pa. Solve metallurgical problems.

January, 1966 to January, 1968 Laborer – National Forge Company, Irvine, Pa. Various labor jobs in the shop.

October, 1962 to January, 1966 Police Officer – City of Warren, Pa.


Gannon University, Erie, Pa. Traffic Manager Certification.

Edinboro State College Numerous Business Courses

(Off Campus), Warren, Pa.

Jamestown Community College Numerous Business Courses

Jamestown, New York

Sheffield High School Graduate

Sheffield, Pa.


June, 1959 to October, 1962 United States Naval Air Force – Brunswick, Maine. Plane Co-Captain. Flew many missions during Vietnam.


Certificate of Continuous Improvement at National Forge Company. Implement methods for improvement of the standards set for continuous improvement of the company.

Mechanical Testing – American Society of Metals, USA - Completed course of lectures presented by The Metals Institute for Mechanical Testing.

American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers Board Member.

Elements of Metallurgy – Course completed by Metals Engineering Institute.

High Temperature Alloys Certification by New York University in business and management continuous education.

Principles of Heat Treating taught by Metals Engineering Institute.

No. 316 Advanced Steel Melting – American Foundry Men’s Society. Advanced study of melting steel in recognition of achievement and technological advancement for better education and understanding of melting steel.

Transportation and Traffic Management #1 and #2 at Gannon University, Erie, Pa.

Shipping Traffic Management – Gannon University, Erie, Pa.

Electric Metal Makers Guild in New Jersey where members are dedicated to improving steel making standards.

Purchasing Management – National Association of Purchasing Management in Northwestern Pennsylvania.


President of Purchasing Management Association of Northwestern Pennsylvania. Responsible for planning meetings and fund raising events.

Senior Buyer for ten years.

Supervisor Bomb Assembly

Superintendent of Melt Department and Forge Department for three years.

Shipping Supervisor for two years.

Assistant Melt and Forge Metallurgist for ten years.

Police Officer for three years.

References available upon request.

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