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Manufacturing Engineer

Windsor, ON, Canada
November 12, 2018

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Canton, MI


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** ***** ** ********** ** a self motivated and dynamic professional with wide range of experience in manufacturing and automotive industries by developing and improving quality, production, and safety functions. 11 years of experience in leadership role for safety, quality systems and direct supervision. Good expertise in Lean such as 5s, continuous improvement and others. Good knowledge in developing work standards, cost optimization and participating in continues improvement project. Ability to use problem solving methods and techniques to successfully and efficiently resolve problems. Working knowledge of ERP programs such as People Software in Oracle based system. Proficiency in MS-Word, Power point, Excel, Inventor, Auto Cad, MS-Visio and MS-Project. Excellent interpersonal, Leadership and communication skills working with a dynamic team.


Masters in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering.

GPA: 12/13 University of Windsor - Canada, 2007- 2008


Qualification of Millwright, Humber College of Toronto, Canada

Technical Specialist Member O.A.C.E.T.T.

Associate Member of Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineering. (CSME).

Certified Lean Six Sigma University of Lawrence, USA.

CAD/CAM course, St.Clair College, Canada


Blast Booth and Paint Project, 40,0000/- (Installation and other utilities)., 2017

ISO 9001: 2015 Training Certificate, 2017

Scholarship Award for highest GPA.

Swing Fixture setting arrangements with cost saving of $20,000.

Lean implementation “Improve Standardized Work” (Standard Operating procedure).

Achieve Cost Reduction of approximately $50,000.00 to improve assembly line process.

KAIZEN need to implement SMED throughout the facility.

Cost Reduction Achievement for Assembly Line Process.

Achieve Cost Reduction of approximately $70,000.00 to improve Scrap Reduction process.


Diploma in Communicating with Competitors, IAC, 2015.

Diploma in Protective personal information for Data Privacy, IAC, 2015.

Advanced Process Manufacturing Training, Krauss Maffei, German Company, 2016

Lean Six Sigma Certification, Lawrence Technical University, U.S.A

Lean Manufacturing System, University of Windsor Canada, 2013

Lean Manufacturing System, Chrysler Canada, 2013

Quality and Manufacturing for World Class Manufacturing (WCM) Chrysler US, 201


ROUSH– Automotive, Manufacturing and Fabrication, Welding MI, USA

Lead Engineer – Industrial and Manufacturing 2016-2018

Support the Director of Operations and the Director of Manufacturing Engineering with monitoring workflow, supervising and tracking progress and supporting any change in manufacturing process.

Lead manufacturing engineering to support operational excellence.

Perform research, design and development of manufacturing processes from technical data.

Responsible to oversee and direct the daily activities of the Machine Shop, Mechanical Assembly,

Works closely with plant, technology center and manufacturing advancement and

Recommend and lead capital and/or process improvements.

Support day to day production on the shop floor and drive positive chance.

Responsible for establishing the most effective manufacturing process.

Responsible for ensuring that all manufacturing processes meet or exceed all quality expectations for the product.

Assists in standardizing materials, components and assemblies.

Drive PFMEA, Process Flow, ECN etc.

Participates and leads process improvement projects: productivity, quality, ergonomics, etc

Supports Maintenance Department to ensure the plant's equipment and facility readiness to successfully launch new programs.

Manages and supervises the installation of equipment and modifications

Monitors the manufacturing of all jobs for adherence to the company’s metrics for world class OEE (scrap, efficiency, availability) and safety.

Participate in FESO, PESO, and PDP, PDL and other events and complete tasks as required.


Lead Engineer – Industrial and Manufacturing 2013 - 2016

Develop and monitor a manufacturing continuous improvement system.

Assists Manufacturing and Maintenance with solving problems, improving processes and reducing costs.

Work with customers to discuss possible engineering changes to improve part manufacturability.

Develop planning standards, methods, and procedures.

Follow all safety procedures, including the use of PPE as required.

Support lean initiatives for process improvement on the shop floor.

Makes periodic reviews of manufacturing equipment conditions and recommends the need for new or replacement equipment.


Manufacturing Engineering Manager 2001-2012

•Responsible for root cause analysis and development of corrective and preventative actions.

Responsible for the safety and ergonomics of capital equipment purchased.

Responsible for all the engineering department safety related matters.

Maintain plant quality performance standards.

Investigates and resolves manufacturing problems to optimize product performance while minimizing cost.

Responsible for the timely implementation and use of “lean manufacturing” principles and tools across both assigned plants.

Responsible for creating and assisting team members in creating standardized work and provide content for training material on production line techniques.

References will be available on the request

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