Phone Cell 505-***-**** Albuquerque, NM
Manufacturing Process Engineer
Summary of experience
My professional and personal skills can best be described dynamic team player with a sound understanding of manufacturing, process engineering and mechanical design. With 5 years’ experience in Heavy equipment design and fabrication, 15 years’ experience in the Co2 Industrial laser manufacturing industry, 4 years in the radiation detection industry, 3 years’ experience in the manufacturing of Sterile Pharmaceuticals and 4 years in the Aerospace Industry I have developed a strong working knowledge of manufacturing processes. My core competencies include the ability to interpret and analyze data required to develop manufacturing procedures and product design models. I have leadership qualities and the ability to provide solutions in a dynamic working environment. My communication and interpersonal skills allow me to communicate effectively at all levels.
Job-specific competencies include: The use of Statistical process control tools to analyze data that effect manufacturing metrics: Employing my firm understanding of financial implications of manufacturing decisions and actions: Utilizing the ability to promote and maintain strong internal and external customer relations, and the use of Lean Six Sigma tools for manufacturing process development. Facilitation of equipment repairs, maintenance agreements and equipment upgrades have been areas I have made major contributions.
Honeywell Aero- BendixKing Albuquerque NM July-2015 – OCT-2017
Advanced MFG. Engineering Analyst
• Development of an engineering culture centered on design to cost and obsolescence management.
• Lead Engineering teams in the evaluation of Cost Take Out initiatives within legacy designs.
• Serve as a linkage between Sourcing, Manufacturing, Engineering, Program Management, and also serve as the technical liaison between ISC (Integrated supply Chain) and Engineering.
• Coordinate program planning and execution of ISC activities with the factory of my designated product.
• Work with Production Factory, Suppliers and other Manufacturing Engineers to execute projects that reduce factory yield issues.
• Evaluate technical readiness for production through the use of the Manufacturing Readiness Level (MRL) tools and ensures gap closure plans are executed.
• Serve as the BendixKing Return Material Authorization coordinator for domestic and international customer product returns.
Honeywell Aero-Albuquerque NM July-2012 – July-2014
Contracted through Nesco Resource
Sr. Process Engineer / Analyst
Develop, Implement and maintain operation sequences, processes and applicable work instructions in the fabrication and testing of parts with focus on factory execution and improvement.
Responsible for support of production metrics relating to delivery, quality, inventory, safety and manufacturing cycle time.
Acquire data on factory performance in assigned work areas and develop reports on analysis and improvement efforts.
Provide process engineering support and equipment support for the Conformal Coating area of Manufacturing.
Provide process engineering support, equipment support and operator training for the Automated X-Ray inspection area of circuit board Manufacturing.
OsoBio Pharmaceuticals Albuquerque NM September-2008 – Aug.-2011
Process Engineer/equipment specialist
Completing change control documentation related to process improvements, MBR’s (Master batch records) SOP’s, Problem reports and equipment changes/enhancements.
Create and revise manufacturing process documentation.
Develop and implement strategies to improving Manufacturing performance.
Prepare audit compliance response documentation.
Implementation of production equipment design changes, production equipment repair, and as related to process improvement.
Completion equipment inspections pre and post manufacturing runs in compliance to problem reports and or quality investigations.
Work with internal and external customers to coordinate Technical Operations Departmental activities with planned schedules.
Monitor and report project progress to required management.
Maintain manufacturing floor presence and provide Technical Operations Departmental support to my area of responsibility.
Provide training of new processes and process enhancements to manufacturing personnel.
Design, modify, price and provide documentation for the purchase of equipment as required for my area of responsibility.
Lead and Participate in Operations Excellence projects
Maintain an up to date aseptic manufacturing gowning qualification
Responsible for ensuring compliance with cGMPs and site specific policies and procedures.
Responsible for value stream mapping of production areas and processes for my area of responsibility.
Utilize data analyzing tools, create and maintain control charts and trending data for my area of responsibility.
Detector Networks International LLC. Albuquerque NM. AUG 1, 2008 to SEPT 4, 2008
Equipment Installation specialist Contract Employment
Travel as required to installation sites and prep Advanced Spectroscopic Portal equipment for installation.
Install troubleshoot and operate Advanced Spectroscopic Portals units for EPQT (Environmental Performance Qualification Test).
Completion of equipment Installation reports as required.
ThermoFisher Scientific, Santa Fe NM. 2003 thru 2007
Manufacturing Engineer (initial hire as /Mechanical Engineer)
Oversee the manufacturing of all legacy products which include radiation detection portals, hand held radiation detector units, computer controllers and there required mechanical and electrical assemblies.
Engineering site manager and engineering implementation lead of MAPICS (MRP) system at the Santa Fe facility. Training of co-workers in the operation of MAPICS (MRP) new part entry and existing part revision was a major responsibility.
Santa Fe facility manufacturing mechanical design lead and document control specialist.
Development and writing of build procedures for electrical and mechanical components as well as electro-mechanical assemblies.
Manufacturing liaison for R&D, procurement, Quality control and outside vendors.
Utilization of lean Manufacturing techniques as required.
Lean Manufacturing Kaizen ThermoFisher 2004
Implementation of manufacturing process changes designed to support production metrics and improve product quality and efficiency.
R&D obligations consisted of prototype assembly and Bill of Material construction.
Travel as required to train ThermoFisher Scientific manufacturing facilities during product technology transfer.
Month of June 2007- Acting Engineering Manager (R&D department) at the ThermoFisher Santa Fe Facility.
Significant achievement: Successful design and implementation of a technology transfer system for the manufacturing of over 30 legacy products to several ThermoFisher facilities domestic and abroad.
Lasertechnics, Albuquerque NM. 1988 to 2003
Responsibilities include: Engineering and design of beam delivery systems for high speed pulsed Co2 lasers and vector laser systems.
Engineering and design obligations consisted of optical calculations, thermal calculations, creation and interpretation of design and functional specifications.
Duties consisted of:
Product assembly and component design, creating and supervising the drawing of
Manufacturing documents and sales concept drawings.
The translation of design data and specifications into production assemblies.
Preparation of accurate bill of materials, cost analysis and material and labor estimates for proposed projects.
Designed and implemented Lasertechnics applications lab Quality procedures for systems sales.
Related activities: Laser operation, technical sample reports, sample activity logs and applications lab report.
Duties consisted of: Traveling to customer sites to engineer new custom laser integration packages or system upgrades with existing packaging and handling machinery.
ISO 9000 Coordinator: Duties consisted of the development of ISO 9001:2000 compliant quality manual as well as company wide quality procedures.
Significant achievement: Successfully completed the State of New Mexico ISO 9001:2001 Gap Analysis Audit.
Mega Corp, Albuquerque, NM. 1983 to 1988
Responsibilities include: To assist in the design and manufacturing of Mobile water tankers ranging in sizes from 3000 gal, to 18,000 gal tractor mounted units.
• Duties consisted of: Design and detailing of structural weldments, fabrication details and hydraulic schematics.
• Duties consisted of: Cost and price estimates of all non-production steel fabrication (job shop) orders entering the facility.
University of New Mexico (ED2go)
Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2013, September, 2016 December, 2016 Completed charts, graphs, PivotTables, Slicers, Sparklines, AutoFilter, macros, and other advanced Excel functions
Del Sol Aviation
Certification FAA private Pilot part 141 ground school, February, 2016 May, 2016 Successfully completed all stages, test, course requirements and graduated from the Federal Aviation Administration approved private Pilot Part 141 ground training course. Certificate Number 1D0S301L
Design for Six Sigma (DMAIC process improvement methodology), January, 2015 September, 2015. Successfully completed the Design for Six Sigma Training course prerequisite for Six sigma Green Belt certification
Certification ISO 9001:2000 Training, April, 2002 December, 2002. Degree date: Jan. 2003 New Mexico 9000 ISO 9001:2000 training sponsored by the State of NM and Sandia National Laboratories.
Certification: Practice & Process of Auditing, March, 2002 March, 2002 (2 day training seminar)
University of New Mexico
Bachelor of Science Industrial Education, August, 1977 May, 1982 (Degree date: 1982) New Mexico Secondary/Adult teacher certification Student teaching (Sept.1981- May 1982 Albuquerque public school system) Classes taught-Basic drafting, drafting II, descriptive geometry and Architectural drawing.
Chicago Vocational High School
High school Vocational diploma, Mechanical Drafting September, 1972 May, 1976 (Degree date: 1976) Chicago Vocational H.S., Mechanical drawing Major Vocational certification consisted of 1200 clock hours of Mechanical drawing
Computer Training, Skills & Seminars
• Microsoft Word
• Minitab 16
• SAP (ERP), Data Works (MRP), Symix (MRP), MAPICS (MRP)
• Microsoft Outlook
• Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing ASME Y14.5M
• SolidWorks 2006-Essentials
• SolidWorks 2006-parts and assemblies
• SolidWorks 2006-sheet metal and weldments
• Advanced part modeling
• SolidWorks 2006- Advanced assembly modeling SolidWorks 2006- (Sun West CAD Albuquerque NM.)
Memberships: University of New Mexico Alumni Association N.C.A.A. Varsity Basketball letterman 1979-1980 University of New Mexico