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Manager Plant

Location:
Denver, Colorado, United States
Salary:
$65000/year
Posted:
November 02, 2018

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Plant Manager Production Planner Inventory Management

An accomplished manufacturing professional with experience in production management, production planning, inventory management, change management, and building relationships to get cross department cooperation in manufacturing settings. Reputation for problem solving, making decisions on mapping business direction, and removing obstacles. Outstanding performance in process improvement, productivity, profitability, production planning, inventory management, and supply chain management. Analytical approach, detail-oriented, and team-oriented.

Areas of Expertise

Production management Production planning techniques Supply Chain management Warehouse management Operations management Local forecast management

Inventory management Inventory control processes Continuous improvement

Driver of Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s)

Professional Experience

Precision Building Systems Denver, CO February 2017-August 2018

Homebuilder Component Manufacturing

Plant Manager

Responsible for all manufacturing operations, production planning/scheduling, and maintenance operations for the company over three shifts.

●Provided daily production plan and schedule for the production floor for $60M/year production operation.

●Built a company record of 160 houses in the plant during July 2018. The previous record was 102 houses.

●Continued production operations while replacing 2 out of 5 production lines with updated equipment in the wall component department.

●Continued production operations while replacing the main saw in the truss building department.

●Increased production rates by 8% in the truss department and 12% in the wall department.

●Implemented a piece rate pay structure which boosted employee morale.

Production Planner

Responsible for providing the production team with their daily production schedule, working with customers to forecast their needs, and long term production planning.

●Promoted from this position to Plant Manager in January 2018.

●Awarded the Support Employee of the Year for 2017.

●Provided daily production plan and schedule for the production floor of a $47M/year production operation.

●Maintained company forecast for production planning.

Frito Lay, Inc Denver, CO June 2006-February 2014

Manufacturing Operations

Production Scheduler

Created production schedules for 2 different production lines. Scheduling system maintenance. Forecasting for all 3 production lines at the plant. Achieved fill rate and schedule attainment accuracy.

●Created production schedules that allowed the site win the Frito Lay Manufacturing Award of Excellence in 2011. The award is given to the top production plant out of 33 plants in the company.

●From 2011 to 2014, wrote winning production schedules that enabled the manufacturing department to achieve all Key Performance Indicator (KPI) goals. Including record fill rates for the Denver plant.

●Lead department’s Continuous Improvement (CI) program from 2012 to 2014.

Finished Goods Inventory Analyst

Approved inventory purchases from the manufacturing department inside the plant and from outside suppliers. Authorized product returns from sales and three Distribution Centers. Created a weekly analysis of the Physical Inventory to be reviewed by the plant manager and headquarters inventory control. Provided back-up support for the Non-Produced Ordering department.

●Promoted to Production Scheduler from this position in February 2010.

●Provided support for non-produced ordering by analyzing product demand to purchase needed product from outside suppliers and other plants within the company. Result was meeting goal in the largest segment of the plant’s fill rate.

●Initiated process with the warehouse and traffic departments to allow for trailer load outs directly from production. Allowing for a reduction in warehouse days on hand and increasing labor efficiency.

●Corresponded with Traffic, Sales, and Distribution on inventory issues. Implemented procedures to reduce order adjustments from sales through better order picking accuracy. Result was a reduction in inventory loss of 23% in 2007 when compared to the prior year.

Aspen Pet Products Denver, CO June 2001-June 2005

Pet Supply Distribution

2nd Shift Warehouse Manager

Managed staff, facilities, and resources for the 2nd shift operations; shipping, receiving, material handling, and inventory control. Inventory included $13M that was spread over three warehouses.

●Promoted to this position from Receiving and Inventory Control Manager in January 2004.

●Moved cycle count program to 2nd shift and allowed for an increase in inventory accuracy.

●Increased efficiency of a disjointed multi-cultural workforce using effective leadership and team building concepts; department labor costs were lowered from $275k/year to $175k/year.

Receiving and Inventory Control Manager

Managed the receiving and inventory control departments for $65M company. Scheduled all inbound freight. Managed receiving over three warehouses.

●Promoted to this position from Inventory Control Manager in January 2003.

●Improved receiving department’s material handling practices by working closely with the purchasing department in implementing a slip sheet program and creating procedures for auditing department procedures. This resulted in tripling the production of the receiving department in 6 months (100 cartons/hour/person in February to 360 cartons/hours/person in August).

●Implemented Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) to measure and improve staff production in the receiving department; this resulted in tripling of staff production. Thus, allowing company to shorten its lead times.

Inventory Control Manager

Created and supervised an inventory control department by developing job descriptions, skill testing, creating operational policies and procedures and designing a training manual.

●Identified material handling errors and created a process to determine cause and provided corrective action; thus improving customer fill rate to 98% over a 12 month period ranging from March 2003 to February 2003.

●Planned and executed a successful Physical Inventory.

●Created and implemented a daily cycle count program which eliminated the need and expense of performing annual physical inventories. Also resulted in inventory accuracy exceeding 99%.

Education

Colorado State University-Global Campus

Bachelor’s Degree in Project Management

In Progress

University of Colorado

BS Molecular Biology (3 hrs short of Graduation)

US Army

Inventory Clerk

Responsible for tracking $15M of inventory for an Army tank unit stationed at Ft Riley, KS.



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