My goal in life is to utilize my degree in Business Management and create a successful team that will drive productivity and performance. To minimize cost and downtime and become the standard which all other companies strive to become.
April 2018 - present Cardinal Health Norfolk, Ne
D crew Supervisor
Primary functions include overseeing process inspectors, operators, technicians, material handlers. Duties include reviews, discipline actions, vacation, production needs, hiring and terminations of associates
Focus on machine production and downtime to create ways to increase production and minimize downtime.
Participate in morning meeting to discuss quality and machine issues and root case analysis to correct the problems
Worked with leads throughout the night, to resolve NCRs and quality holds/rejections, finding root cause and corrective action to get completion and disposition of NCRs, quality holds and rejections. I also assigned leads to inventory counting, covering machines for break to keep lines running, and getting next day’s schedule complete so we have visualization on what machines are running based on our priority list.
Feb 2017 – April 2018 Cardinal Health Norfolk, Ne
As Associate Supervisor, my role was to:
Make sure the hand off to the oncoming shift went smoothly. I worked with the leads to schedule machines based on priority lists and customer schedule
Worked with the technical staff on training and machine trouble shooting to minimize downtime and machine productivity
Supervise the Mechanical, Molding, and Material handling staff to maintain a successful team and produce numbers that aligned with the expectation of the company.
2013 - 2017
In charge of the maintenance and repair of all machines on the syringe production floor
Was considered the go to person for all problems and fixes
Perform weekly and monthly maintenance called out from Maximo in a timely manner to stay in compliance with company standards.
Helped train new techs and help runs lines if needed to maintain numbers and productivity.
Worked with mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and water based components and operations
2012 - 2013
In charge of the running, maintenance/ repair and all other aspects of UV1, Trans Tech 1&4 barrel printing machines, and full assembly CMM1&2 machines
2006 - 2012
In charge of the running, maintenance and repair of 2 gas powered lamp forming machines
Responsible for the loading and unloading of materials, quality of both machines, checks/data collection and resolutions of any quality rejections
Changing of parts to stay in compliance, adjusting of machine fires to obtain correct specifications of parts and dimensions
Train new individuals in the art of luer forming of glass
Helped create all process, quality, standard work instructions, and daily/weekly maintenance procedures of new 10 line Luer production cell
2013 - 2016
Northeast Community College
Associates in Business Management
Currently enrolled to obtain my Bachelors degree
References are available on request.