Randy Lawrence Bell
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
CAREER Seeking a position where utilization of my extensive knowledge
OBJECTIVES: and successful experience in management, engineering and quality
assurance can be implemented in a company that offers a
challenging and rewarding career.
PROFILE: Abundant knowledge of engineering principles and quality
Successful management experience
Exposure to the manufacturing processes
Extensive knowledge of quality control systems such as
ISO9000, and Coca-Cola’s Supplier Quality Management
Systems (SQMS); proven ability in developing and
implementing quality improvement systems
Outstanding communication skills with product customer
Experience in new plant startups as an Industrial Engineer and
as a Quality Assurance Manager
Computer skills include: Microsoft Word, Excell, Power Point
and Access, Stat-Ease Design Expert (DX5), RealSPC, Ops
Tracker, and AutoCAD R14. Currently using Lab Data
Management Sytems (LDMS) and Outlook.
7/16 – Present Coca-Cola Bottling Company United Birmingham, AL
CCBCU is the third largest bottler of Coca-Cola products and
are the largest privately held Coca-Cola bottler employing more
than 8200 employees. Bottling locations include Birmingham,
AL, Montgomery, AL, Chattanooga, TN, Marietta, GA, College
Park, GA, Baton Rouge, LA, New Orleans, LA with two
additional locations coming on-board later 2017.
Regional Technical Manager
I serve under the Corporate Quality Manager with my office in
New Orleans. I travel to each filling location supporting the
Quality Managers and their labs as needed. This will include,
but is not limited to, interviewing members for new positions,
writing SOP’s, reviewing quality test data, investigating and
addressing large quality issues, addressing equipment issues and
needs, working with vendors, providing employee training
where needed, etc. I also support transitioning plants.
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1/16 – 5/16 St. James Lighting Columbia, MS
St. James Lighting manufacturers’ custom hand crafted copper
Lighting for the homebuilders industry as well as businesses
across the country and Canada.
Responsibilities include the managing of up to 30 employees,
product quality, product flow and efficiencies. Serve as lead
with our Safety program. Responsible for maintaining our
qualification in UL 1598 Standard for Safety – Luminaires
3/08 – 1/16 Western Container Corp. Hattiesburg, MS
Western Container Corp. is the premier manufacturer of PET
beverage containers for the Coca-Cola bottling system.
Technical Service Engineer
Responsibilities are to provide product information and support
to our Coca-Cola bottling partners to ensure success with our
products within their manufacturing facilities. To also serve as
a liaison between our WCC facilities and our customers.
Received Lean Six Sigma Yellow and Green Belt Certification
in 2014. Currently working to obtain my Lean Six Sigma
Black Belt Certification.
3/98 – 3/08 Quality Assurance Manager
Responsibilities include developing and implementing all
quality improvement systems. Direct supervision of 7 Quality
Assurance Technicians. Meeting and/or exceeding Coca-
Cola’s quality requirements, as well as our own.
Developed the WCC-Hattiesburg quality system including standard operating procedures for all quality testing and inspections, a document control program, a calibration program, and a sanitation program (ASI/GMP)
Responsible for training all WCC-Hattiesburg members in Statistical Process Control (SPC), Design of Experiments (DOE), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), and the requirements for the American Sanitation Institute (ASI)
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Assumed a major role in assisting WCC-Hattiesburg in becoming SQMS certified
Shared responsibility for maintaining the computer network system
Responsible for visiting all WCC-Hattiesburg’s Coca-Cola Bottlers as well as responding to quality issues
2/95 – 1/98 Hood Cable Hattiesburg, Columbia & Lumberton, MS
Hood Cable is the manufacturer of wiring harnesses for General
Motors Cadillac Luxury Car Division (CLCD)
Quality Control Manager/Plant Superintendent
(3/96-1/98) for the Columbia facility
Quality Control Manager (6/97-9/97) for the Lumberton
facility in addition to the Columbia facility. Responsibilities
include developing and implementing all quality improvement
systems complete with employee training. Direct supervision
of 41 employees in Columbia and 5 employees in Lumberton.
All of General Motors CLCD’s quality expectations were met
Completed and maintained all required CLCD documentation including F.E.M.A.’s, process control plans, process flow diagrams, quality audits and in-process checks.
Assumed major role in assisting both Columbia and Lumberton facilities through a stringent QS9000 certification process.
QS9000 certification was obtained 12/97
Used Statistical Process Control (SPC) to aid in monitoring and eliminating problem areas.
Industrial Engineer (2/95-3/96) for the Columbia facility.
Prepared daily efficiency reports of each employee and
performed time and motion studies to improve these
efficiencies. I continually sought ways to improve operations
and cut costs.
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University of Southern Mississippi Hattiesburg, MS
Bachelor of Science Industrial Engineering Technology
Conferred August 1995
Pearl River Community College Poplarville, MS
Associate of Applied Science Electronics Technology
Conferred May 1987
References: Derek Rainwater Director of Customer Technical Services
Western Container Corp.
Greg Stenquist Customer Technical Service Representative
Western Container Corp.
Joel Esparsa Regional Quality Manager Western