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Manager Injection Molding

Location:
Venus, Texas, United States
Posted:
August 15, 2018

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Donald Patterson

(Cell) 682-***-**** ac6olw@r.postjobfree.com

Maintenance/Facilities Manager

A proven leader in operations and maintenance offers expertise in overseeing large-scale production facilities, including all aspects of the building and grounds. Plans and implements strategies that drive uptime, quality, and efficiency, in 24/7 manufacturing environments. Hires, trains, develops, and operates as a side-by-side mentor to team members in preventative maintenance and best practices application. Core strengths and areas of expertise include the following:

Facility Management, Negotiations, Account Management, Customer Service, Implementation, Operations, Compliance, Inventory Control, Loss Prevention, Process Improvement, Project Management, Proposals, Product Development, Safety, Training & Development, Procurement, Strategic Planning, Risk Management, CMMS Systems (Polaris, Entropy, Maximo)

Professional Overview

Automation Technician BWAY Corporation: May 2016 – Current

Responsible for maintaining automation equipment associated with injection molding machines and robots.

Hot Shot Driver Tennyson Hot Shot Service: Feb 2016 Mar 2016

Freight transportation

Branch Manager 4 Star Hose: June 2015-Sept 2015

Make sure that the employee’s salary and bonuses are properly given.

Send reports to the main branch and give them updates of the business status.

Conduct daily sales and operation assessments and monitors every transaction made in the business.

Make sure that the price of the product or services offered by the branch business is correct.

Maintenance Manager Aramark/General Motors Plant: 2014-2015

Managed building and facilities of a five million sq. ft. General Motors Plant in Arlington, Texas, overseeing the scheduling and work activities of 32 skilled trade employees, 4 supervisors, and 1 scheduler/planner.

Ensures achievement of operational metric requirements for a 24/7 assembly process and drives continuous improvement innovations within department.

Maintenance Manager Web Industries Inc.: 1999-2013

Maintained a variety of manufacturing machinery, requiring skill in hydraulics, electrical components, mechanical devices and material handling equipment.

Managed and maintained a 40,000 sq. ft. industrial building and its associated grounds; specific responsibility included roof, doors, material handling equipment, HVAC systems, and security.

Ensured department was equipped to meet production goals, handled the removal and replacement of production equipment as needed, and oversaw upgrades or redesigns of machine conditions.

Collaborated with supervisors and operators to identify machine problems, determine root causes, and correct the issues without negatively impacting production; documented repairs and time.

Ensured compliance to OSHA requirements and handled work with all outside vendors.

Maintained one of the highest uptime to downtime ratios in the corporation and achieved the lowest cost maintenance department in the global operation.

President, General Manager of Operations JEDCO Sales & Service: 1986-1999

Trained and led 32 employees in providing hydraulic repair and service in the oil industry; grew business into a $2.5M revenue production operation with a reputation as a leader in a niche market.

Fabricated specifically designed power units and circuits, built/serviced BOP control units, built/repaired pipe handling equipment, and repaired spooling systems.

Determined customer’s present/future requirements and scheduled daily operations to meet customer needs.

Education & Training

Studied at Texas Wesleyan College and Hill Junior College / First Aid Responder

Completed professional development in Principles of Lean 101 Principles of Lean Manufacturing,

Job Relations Kaizen Event, TWI Job Instruction, Job Method Improvement, and OSHA Training

Technical Expertise

Programmable Logics Computers – Electric and Hydraulic Servo – BOP Control Units – Lebus Spooling Systems

Pneumatic Equipment – Lathes, Drills, Mills – Tig, Mig, and Stick Welder – Lockout Tag-Out – Equipment Upgrades

Plasma Cutter – Torch Machines – Hydraulic Power Equipment – Hands on PLC Training and Troubleshooting



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