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Manager Quality

Location:
Tracy, CA
Posted:
October 11, 2018

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Anthony D. Cicinelli

Cell: 925-***-****

Email: ac7cqj@r.postjobfree.com

Tracy, CA

Overview

18+ years of manufacturing experience, including ISO 9001-2015 & 13485 Lead Auditor.

Managing plant operations, (union/non-union) staff, work production schedules and training.

I’m looking to obtain a position where I can maximize my management leadership skills/abilities and apply that knowledge/experience to my next career.

EXPERIENCE

QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER 05/18 to 09/18

E2E Manufacturing LLC., Pleasanton CA

Oversaw all areas of the Quality Control Department.

Worked with local and International Supply chain on all Quality issues and Expectations.

Managed 3 production inspectors and a First Article Specialist.

Performed ISO Re-Certification Audit for ISO 9001-2015 and 13485 Medical and passed with no issues.

Responsible for all Quality meeting and reporting the effectiveness of the Quality Group.

Wrote and implemented quality procedures within all divisions of the company.

Provide input for budget requirements and Department personnel and Equipment needs.

Lead monthly safety meeting and trained employees.

Investigate root causes and implement changes to procedures and training for employees.

QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER 04/17 to 01/18

Westec Plastic Corporation, Livermore, CA

Oversaw all areas of the Quality Control Department.

Managed 5 production inspectors, First article specialist, ISO Coordinator and Quality Engineer.

Responsible for generating monthly and yearly Quality reports proving the effectiveness of the Quality group.

Wrote and implemented quality procedures within all divisions of the company.

Investigate root causes and implement changes to procedures and training for employees.

MANUFACTURING PLANT MANAGER (Second Shift) 10/98 to 04/17

Gillig Corporation Hayward, CA

Responsible for sole management of plant operations, supervising 60+ union employees in 5 departments.

Recognized for increasing overall quality while reducing overtime by 25%.

Trained and coached staff to attain goals, and recommend promotions or corrective action as needed.

Acted as liaison between management and union representatives to meet company needs and contract compliance.

Maintained quality by inspecting workload daily to determine proper allocation of employees and resources.

Coordinated with repair contractors when necessary to ensure on-time delivery of product to customer.

Paint Shop Supervisor

Responsible for managing 60+ union employees in the Paint shop for production of 35 buses per week.

Trained and coached staff to attain goals, and recommend promotions or corrective action as needed.

Responsible for reviewing all paint layouts on buses and that they are painted correctly.

Responsible for maintaining all records for EPA and local agencies.

Responsible for ordering all Paint, Masking material and Shop supplies.

Maintained headcount and scheduling for daily production.

Inspected all work performed by the paint shop to make sure it meets customers expectations.

Warehouse Manager

Responsible for management of receiving dock operations, supervising 26 union employees.

Oversaw and maintained over 11,000 stockroom locations (approximately $9 million in inventory.

Recognized several times since hired for writing the most Material Reviews.

Responsible for transitioning corporation to the barcode system.

Specially selected to generate monthly reports on high dollar inventory items due to history of accuracy.

Trained and coached staff to attain goals, and recommend promotions or corrective action as needed.

Trained all new personnel and re-certify existing personnel in forklift operation.

Acted as liaison between management and union representatives to meet company needs and contract compliance.

Recognized for perfect attendance record since hired.

Production Line Manager

Responsible for management of Shop operations, supervising 37 union employees.

Responsible for ongoing research regarding specifications for product assembly per customers’ requirements.

Trained and coached staff to attain goals, and recommend promotions or corrective action as needed.

Acted as liaison between management and union representatives to meet company needs and contract compliance.

Maintained headcount and scheduling for daily production.

Process improvements initiating cost savings and time reductions on the production line.

Participant in daily meeting of shift to shift pass down with managers and supervisors on all activities of the department and production line.

QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER 03/92 to 10/98

Triad Group, Inc. San Jose, CA

Oversaw quality control in Machine Shop, Plastic Injection Molding, Die-Casting, Assembly, Shipping/Receiving and Production.

Recognized for maintaining an acceptance rate of 99% and for establishing a Quality Group to purchase equipment, such as optical comparator, coordinate measuring machine, hand tools, etc.

Set up and reviewed statistical process control charts as determined by customers’ specifications.

Wrote and implemented quality procedures within all divisions and perform first article inspections.

Prepared Shop Travelers specifying manufacturing processes, inspection requirements, military standards, schedules.

Maintained monthly supplier report based on defective parts per million (DPPM).

OPERATIONS MANAGER

Crown Metal Finishing (Painting Facility) and Chempak (Packaging Facility) both Divisions of Triad.

(positions held simultaneously to position above) 03/92 - 10/98

Provide job quotes to customers and sales representatives, soliciting outside business and increasing Crown sales from $400K in 1992 to $720K in 1998.

Increased Crown’s productivity to meet all of Triad’s internal requirements, eliminating their previous need for outside contractors. In addition, gained $240K in outside non-Triad business for Crown.

Report sales, analyze sales versus costs, and determine realization to quoted/estimated costs and profitability.

Establish work standards, schedule equipment and personnel.

Maintain quality control by inspecting jobs before shipping.

Responsible for customer satisfaction/relations.

Manage and direct all Paint, Masking, Preparation and Shipping supervisors (14 employees). Hire and train new staff. Recommend promotions, pay increases, corrective action as needed.

Control and report hazardous waste materials as company liaison to the San Jose Hazardous Materials Office, San Jose Water Pollution Control Office, and the Bay Area Air Quality District.

Conduct self-inspections, employee HAZMAT training, and hazardous material containment and disposal.

Training/Education

ISO Certified Lead internal auditor

Various on-the-job courses in management/leadership, including communication & negotiation skills.

Skilled in use of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power point, etc.) Outlook and NC programming.

Certified in Special Hazardous Waste Handling and Control.

Certified Forklift trainer.

Statistical process control.

Computer numerical programming.

Paint formation analysis, application, and quality standards.

1981 Samuel Ayer High School, Diploma Earned Milpitas, CA.

References available upon request



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