Flowery Branch, GA 30542
To obtain a long term position with a Georgia Company, utilizing my experience, outstanding work ethic and habits, excellent attendance, and willingness to learn. Continue college education in IT and software development.
Currently attending Brenau University, Gainesville GA Campus College Credits from Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs CO Graduated from Palmer High School (Colorado Springs, CO) with 3.00 average Attended Ranch School in Utah in 1999
Honest, hardworking, punctual, dependable, detailed, team player and individual performer. Qualities include ability to learn hands on procedures, computer literacy with Microsoft Office Suite, mechanical ability, and experience with quality controls. Security experience with manufacturing and IT arena (Data Center). Familiar with SAP, MES, and database work. Manufacturing employment experience, in assembly, line production, software inventory, programs for worldwide secondary packaging. Experienced customer service skills and detail orientated on all positions.
Work History: July, 2018 - July, 2014:
Alcon Laboratories, Johns Creek GA– Tech B Lead for Resort, LS3
Tech B lead, and various jobs - from July, 2018 - April 2017 – includes Resort and Secondary Packaging input, production and error correction, and MES and SAP input, and good documentation processes.
Inventory management including best practices. log books and their correct data entry, WIP, quarantine, retention samples, reference samples, released goods, returned and discarded goods, and labeling, and knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices, (GMP) to minimize risks.
April, 2017 – October, 2015:
Worked within SPC, taught Workflow Management to assess errors and production concerns, worked in Secondary Packaging. Night Shift lead for production concerns, performing simultaneous jobs of
October, 2015 -May, 2014:
Randstad Staffing – Alcon Tech B, LS3, “K” Shift, Johns Creek Manufacturing, GA
Mold Tool Set Up (MTSU) Position, LS3, “K” Shift, Johns Creek Manufacturing, GA Ensures mold supply for production needs. Accomplishment of tasks assigned and per SOP and policies governing Mold Tool Set Up (MTSU) operation and support of production. Current in training and certification requirements. flexible, extremely responsive and accurate in the performance of duties and responsibilities. Work to ensure all paperwork is correct with assigned molds. Communicate effectively with assigned Coordinator as well as MTSU Team leader to attain objectives and accomplish assigned targets and goals. Work overtime as required on both “K” shift and “I” Shift.
All of the above positions were at ALCON LABRATORIES
Allied Baron Security Services - Contracted Security Officer -Johns Creek, GA
May, 2014 – February, 2014:
Allied Barton Security Services (placement at Alcon Laboratories Facility), Johns Creek Manufacturing, GA :
Responsible for all patrols of JCM building, and nightly reports to supervisor. Executer patrols as assigned, to ensure personnel, safety, building, and equipment security. Examined doors, and windows, to ensure security; with access to open and close building; monitors closed building for unauthorized persons and/or suspicious activities. Interior and exterior perimeters patrolled.
Aware of and reporting irregularities, thefts, security breaches, facility and safety hazards and alarms, and emergency situations. Responsible for contacting emergency responders, such as police, fire, and/or ambulance personnel, and on call engineer, as required. On call for the spill team and on call for EMTs as necessary. Responsible for notifications of severe weather and evacuations, along with emergency procedures.
(Moved to Georgia in November, of 2013)
U.S Security Services (placement at Oracle Software Facility) Colorado Springs, CO Lead night security
October, 2013 - October, 2007:
All of the same type of security responsibilities for patrols as listed above, including responsibility for all patrols of data center. Performed reception for all personnel and deliveries, including clearance and checking of packages.
October, 2007 - October, 2005:
U.S. Security Services, Colorado Springs, CO US Security (placement at Atmel Corporation facilities)
Patrols 13 buildings as assigned, to ensure personnel, safety, building, and equipment security.- Examines doors, windows, and gates to ensure security; with access to open and close buildings; monitors closed buildings for unauthorized persons and/or suspicious activities. Interior and exterior perimeters patrolled. Informs and warns violators of rule infractions, such as loitering, smoking, or carrying forbidden articles. Issues badges and security building passes as required, and provides escort services as necessary. Escorts troublesome or fired employees to their vehicles. -Learn management and supervisor chain of command in order to facilitate escalations with the Atmel locations
- Watches for and reports irregularities, such as security breaches, facility and safety hazards and alarms, and emergency situations Contacts emergency responders, such as police, fire, and/or ambulance personnel, as required. Remains alert for the presence of unauthorized persons and/or security code violators
-Prepares routine, standardized reports and notifications to offsite security director.-Provide specialized security in complex operational areas, requiring specific knowledge of the operating environment. Monitor alarms for manufacturing and clean room problems. Have the ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations. Have the ability to detect problems and report information to appropriate Personnel, knowing when to escalate.
Spherion Temp Agency Colorado Springs, CO:
September, 2005 – September, 2004:
The following temp positions were obtained through Spherion:
Spectronetics Corporation (through Spherion Temp Agency) -Assembly work with fiber optics medical equipment March, 2005 through September, 2004:
Minco Manufacturing (through Spherion Temp Agency) Colorado Springs,. CO -Burnishing production of industrial rollers for fax and printing applications. Duties included: Quality control, packing, assembly and manufacturing.
Western Forge Manufacturing, Colorado Springs, CO
January, 2004 - June, 2002 -Assembly, stamping, manufacturing, quality control, fitting, visual inspection of wrench manufacturing. Tools manufactured for Sears and other clients. Learned over 150 machines and was asked to join the supervisory program.
Volunteered for Pikes Peak Hospice, Upon Request, Letters of Recommendation provided.