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Engineering Microsoft Office

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
February 19, 2018

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Justin Andrew Neilson

**** ***** **** ***, *** *, Baton Rouge, LA 70820



To obtain employment within industrial engineering in a position where I can utilize my analytical skills in operations research, problem solving, and lean methodology to find optimal solutions for my employer and clients. EDUCATION

Louisiana State University, M.S. Industrial Engineering To Graduate in May 2018 Louisiana State University, B.S. Industrial Engineering Graduated in Dec 2015 WORK EXPERIENCE

Database Consultant Nov 2017 – Present

Southern Marsh; Baton Rouge, LA

Developed a SQL server that connects marketing and sales data to existing ERP platform

Implemented an extract transform load (ETL) process to keep database information up to date with efficient data types

Wrote views/queries so that analysts could effortlessly pull data for reports Graduate Assistant Jan 2016 – May 2017

Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA

Successfully balanced teaching assistant workload along with a full time student workload

Graded labs, assignments, and exams of up to 63 students in a fair and timely manner

Assisted in the running and scheduling of the Chevron Leadership Academy

Designed and taught labs focusing in C#, SQL, Excel, as well as Methods and Systems Engineering

Tutored students individually and in groups to further their understanding of core concepts and applications Lean Manufacturing Intern May – Aug, 2015

Bimbo Bakeries USA; Topeka, KS & Allentown, PA

Managed a transition team of change architects to diagnose the operating systems in food production

Developed proprietary tool for calculating the Operational Equipment Effectiveness (OEE), which reduced calculation time and was implemented at all six bakeries undergoing a lean transformation

Analyzed data from plant database to effectively pinpoint the largest buckets of waste and greatest causes for delays

Led training session for supervisors as well as production and plant managers on lean concepts and how to calculate OEE

Reduced pan changeover time by 50% through observations, externalizing non-value added tasks, and utilizing all workers Industrial Engineering Intern May – Aug, 2014

Huntington Ingalls Industries; Pascagoula, MS

Recorded and compiled time study observations with a team to create a baseline for current shipyard welding operations

Presented analysis and delivered recommendations to increase welding production efficiencies

Developed analytical program that made inputting and sorting of data more efficient and easier to access for future use

Created new process and led implementation efforts for automated tools that would create a savings of 30%-65% AWARDS

Society for Health Systems Student Simulation Competition Feb 2016 1st Place International Award Received

Developed a FlexSim Healthcare simulation, over the course of two months, to assist in identifying future improvements in a real world case study at the Kirklin Clinic (UAB),

Presented recommendations to a panel of healthcare professionals including nurses, surgeons, and optimization experts RELEVANT COURSEWORK

Linear Programming Algorithms, Survey of OR: Stochastic Methods, Statistical Data Mining, Advanced Supply Chain Systems, Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Advanced Engineering Statistics, and Design of Manufacturing Systems TECHNICAL SKILLS

Lean Green Belt, SQL, C#, Visual Basic, FlexSim, Arena Simulation Software, SAS, R Statistical Software, Minitab, AutoCAD, Advanced Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint), and Visual Studio AFFILIATIONS

Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, Project Management Institute, APICS, TKE Fraternity, and Boy Scouts of America INTERESTS

Home Brewing, History, Scuba, Football, Camping, Woodworking, Traveling, Racquetball, and Strategy Board Games

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