Wojciech Anuszkiewicz (Voy)
Business oriented science and engineering technologist offers over 15 years of experience in R&D, process engineering, manufacturing, and project execution. Exceptionally creative, organized, data driven, and proven in key areas of solving manufacturing and quality issues through process improvements, solid documentation methods, and passion for learning. SKILLS
Process Development/Improvement Quality Control Manufacturing R&D
Administrative Support Product/Material Testing Technical Writing Photolithography EXPERIENCE
Quality Control Operator, OFS, Sturbridge, MA 2017-2018
Successfully completed a wide range of complex QC testing and packaging procedures for the qualification and distribution of globally respected fiber optics products, following relocation to Warsaw, Poland. Technologist (Manufacturing & Engineering), Dow Chemical, Marlborough, MA. 2011-2016
Trusted with batch release testing of Dow’s globally respected semiconductor materials, including positive/negative photoresist coatings supporting the 193nm, DUV, I-line, G-line processes while communicating and participating in opportunities for process and operational efficiency improvements.
Recognized for daily night shift communications, training, and first line of defense in test quality assurance supporting duties in 3 state-of-the-art microelectronic materials clean room Fabs (after first year of service).
Consolidated and revised a series of paper format fab testing documents and converted to readily available online database, improving ease of use, reducing waste and print costs. Documentation Engineer (contract assignment work), Columbia Tech, Worcester, MA. 2010-2011
Documented a series of complex mechanical and electrical wire harness installations for the Efi/Vutek industrial printer production line, utilizing user-friendly forms while consistently meeting and exceeding all pre-defined project and timeline objectives.
Process Engineer, VenMill Industries Inc., Uxbridge, MA. 2007-2009
Designed and conducted tests of two new aerosol spray formulations and modified existing consumables resulting in the reduction of static build-up and improved optical surface clarity (by 30% as measured by light reflectivity and media play performance).
Implemented manufacturing quality control systems (including: ECN, NCR, written procedural specifications, and HTML based trouble shooting guide) which reduced manufacturing variations and reworks.
Decreased the consumer line disc repair cycle time by 33% through process cycle improvements.
Provided administrative support, which resulted in major cost reductions on international purchasing deals and supply chain improvements, often by identifying waste, negotiating deals, and building relationships with direct manufactures.
Science & Engineering Technician, Evergreen Solar Inc., Marlborough, MA. 2006-2007
Worked with research scientists and engineers while conducting experiments and thermal studies during the development phase of the Quad Mesa String RibbonTM furnace resulting in an industry disruptive method of producing higher efficiency, lower carbon foot print photovoltaic cells used for production of solar panels.
Performed critical furnace rebuilds often with non-standard tools and trial-run hot zone components.
Improved R&D group communications by revising and updating logs and daily email “passdowns” which captured more data, microscope photos, observations of abnormal process conditions, and facility control parameters. Process Engineering Technician, Allegro Microsystems Inc., Worcester, MA. 1999-2006
12-hour day/night shift Wafer Fab operations including Photolithography and Etch/Strip cleanrooms.
Conducted engineering test runs while performing manual configurations on wafer processing equipment.
Determined root cause and corrective action initiatives during product manufacturing non-conformances. EDUCATION
Associates of Science, Business Administration, Quinsigamond Community College, Worcester, MA.
Dean’s List, Spring
Technical training, Electromechanical Technology, Worcester Technical Institute, Worcester, MA.