Address P.O. Box 1632 Dunlap, TN 37327
Work September 2012- To Present
Experience Bondsman -Gary's Bail Bonds Company
Private Process Server
Youth Services Officer- Sequatchie CO.
Work October2011-September 2012
Experience Field Service Supervisor for Industrial Technologies Group
At ITG, we manufacture, install and service machinery for the lead acid battery industry and chemical delivery and dosing systems for the protein industry. My duties here have consisted of managing equipment delivery, installation and start up debugging and troubleshooting. I have also consulted on equipment design and handled customer relations issues.
Work July 2008-September 2011 Dixie Industries Chattanooga TN
Experience Second Shift Production Supervisor
At Dixie, we manufacture forgings for the material handling industries.
My duties and responsibilities include, directly supervising all production activities on second shift, coordinating repairs with the maintenance department, consolidation efforts for the absorption of the Midland Forge product line and implementation of continuous improvement efforts. I left Dixie to pursue an opportunity with ITG.
Work July 2007-2008 Greif Lithonia GA
Experience Second Shift Production Supervisor
At Greif, we manufactured fiber drums for transportation and storage.
I was directly responsible for the production, inventory control and shipping on second shift at Greif. I directly supervised 16 production employees and two maintenance people. I left Greif to come home to be closer to my family and pursue a job opportunity with Dixie Industries.
Work May 2001-2007 Delphi E&C Fitzgerald GA.
experience Production/Maintenance Supervisor
At Delphi in Fitzgerald GA. We manufacture automotive and
marine batteries for several sales lines. I am the third shift
maintenance supervisor. My responsibilities include, overseeing
and scheduling the maintenance department as well as the production
areas of the plant on third shift. There were nine production areas
running on the third shift . The nine operating department are
injection molding, X-met, Oxide, Lead strip, Cast on strap, DR,
green group. Formation and final assembly. I was directly
responsible for the implementation of a preventative maintenance
system, scrap reduction, uptime improvement, supervising the hourly
employees, and handling any disciplinary issues that,may arise. In
my time at Delphi, I have been in charge of every department in the
plant at one time or another. I have also been General foreman over
second shift directly supervising 130 employees. I have also been a
front line supervisor in each department on each shift supervising
between 15 and 65 employees. I was on of the most flexible and
innovative supervisor in the plant. I have received two bonuses for
timely completion of projects and goals achievement and another
for meeting financial goals. I have risen from a department supervisor
to a shift supervisor to a maintenance supervisor. My responsibilities
and compensation have grown with each assignment. I left Delphi be
because this company filed bankruptcy.
Work Jan 2001-May 2001 CLS ( Chattanooga Labeling Systems)
experience Production Supervisor
At CLS I was the supervisor of the “B” shift . On this shift we operated
up to three PSL lines, two decoration shops, and the drill line. The
PSL line is an automated system for the labeling of bottles for various
Customers. The decoration shops apply a heat reactive paint to
glassware and load them into a curing oven. The drill line drills and
spigots sun tea jars for Alltrista. My responsibilities include,
maintaining a consistently improving production rate, tracking and
reporting the production rates. Tracking and reporting the attendance
and performance of the employees, handling consequential
terminations or transfers, directing the efforts of the work force, and
the redesign of the drill line. The redesign of the drill line is to
minimize loss due to breakage and to reduce the floor space required
and maximize productivity. I left CLS to pursue an opportunity offered
to my by MSXI with Delphi in Fitzgerald GA.
Work Oct. 2000- Dec. 2000 OMC (Outboard Marine Corp) Calhoun GA
Experience Coach (Production Supervisor)
At OMC we manufactured all Johnson and Evinrude outboard engines.
I hired into OMC as a coach, their version of a production supervisor.
While there, I was responsible for the power head department. We
assembled the engines and mount them on the lower unit. My
responsibilities included: maintaining the production rate, maintaining
quality improvements, attendance, employee direction and placement
of new hires. My employment ended there due to corporate
Work 1994-Sept. 2000 C&D Technologies Dunlap TN
Experience Production Supervisor
My last role at C&D was the second shift production supervisor
for the facility. I managed the entire second shift, which consisted
of three departments. The departments were a sheet metal fabrication
department and two assembly departments. My responsibilities include
maintaining the production of the three departments, tracking the
attendance of the hourly employee, resolving any interpersonal conflicts
that arose, maintaining consistent quality improvements, maintaining
safety, and implementing Lean Manufacturing throughout all
departments. Before my transfer to second shift, I was responsible
for two departments on first shift. In the those two departments I was
responsible for continuous process improvements which lead to
traveling to different companies to observe and implement new ideas
inside of C&D as well as the regular duties of the supervisory role.
While in this role on first shift, I was also responsible for all interviews
Of anyone entering into my production areas to insure that they would
Be a valuable contribution to our team. I left C&D to pursuer a job
offer that was made to me by OMC.
Work 1997-1997 C& D Technologies Dunlap TN
Experience Lead Person in the ACM Department
My responsibilities while being a Lead Person include: all
prototype activities in the department, implementing Lean
manufacturing technique, steering the department in the direction
desired by the company, resolving differences between employees,
maintaining the production of the department, promoting an
environment of teamwork in the department, and reviewing the
performance of the other employees. These responsibilities seem
to be to numerous for a lead person but I did not have an immediate
supervisor sand answered directly to the manufacturing manger.
Experience Since graduating from high school, I have been operating my own
home repair and improvement business. I specialized in plumbing and
electrical work but I also do carpentry, drywall, and carpet and linoleum
installation. I turned over control of my business to younger brother to
pursue a career at Delphi in Fitzgerald GA.
I graduated from Sequatchie County High School with an Honors
Diploma in the top twenty of my class. I also attended the Institute for
Applied Management at Chattanooga State for two Semesters. I
Maintained an “A” average for the course. I have also attended several
Day seminars as well as working with the UT representative that was
Assisting C&D with Lean Manufacturing Implementation. I completed
Georgia Water and Wastewater Institute Inc in 2006.
References References are available upon request.
Summary of I am a highly motivated individual that rises quickly within any
Qualifications organization in which I am placed. I have natural leadership
Abilities. I have a strong work ethic and can do anything that I
Set my mind to. I have very good interpersonal skills. I can read and
Interpret schematic drawings wiring diagrams, and assembly drawings.
I have strong mechanical and electrical skills. I have a working
Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. I learn very quickly and
Am constantly seeking new challenges for myself.