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Williamsport, Pennsylvania, United States
November 29, 2018

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**** ******** **** • WILLIAMSPORT, PA

PHONE 272-***-**** • E-MAIL


Successful manufacturing operations professional seeking a career with a thriving organization that provides opportunities to contribute toward meaningful achievements while using my knowledge and skills in a collaborative work environment. Excellent communicator with strong organizational, analytical, and conflict resolution skills.


2006-2009 Bloomsburg University Bloomsburg, PA

Dec 2009 BS in Biology

Major: Biology

Spring 2006 Lehigh University Bethlehem, PA

Major: Biology/Pre-med

2004-2005 Liberty University Lynchburg, VA

Major: Biology/Pre-med


July 2017-Present Stone Valley Construction Services Philipsburg, PA

Skilled Laborer/Trainer

Aug 2014-July 2017 Consolidated Container Co. Berwick, PA

Plant Supervisor/Back-up to Operations Manager

Responsible for managing daily manufacturing operations by scheduling and staffing production lines in accordance with volume, delivery dates and customer demand. Interdepartmental work in order to ensure quality, efficiency and OTD to customers while maintaining and troubleshooting equipment for peak performance. Implementing necessary process changes to maintain and improve OEE/FPY for all products. Responsible for analyzing and resolving manufacturing/production defects & failures utilizing A3 methodology. Deployment and integration of 5-S standards plant-wide. Develop, review and improve preventative maintenance (PM) strategies for machines as well as support of downstream equipment to deploy for Daily Team Maintenance and regular intensive PM cleanings. Created/implemented training requirements and qualifications for the Operator’s curriculum. Led training and safety initiatives plant-wide. Compile and present productivity (OEE & FPY), safety and OTD data for Daily Management Review, as well as Monthly Operating Reports for team and corporate headquarters. In control of the interviewing process for perspective employees and yearly performance reviews/appraisals of existing team members. Initiated and headed continuous improvement projects/Kaizen events for day-to-day production and quality.

Nov 2010-April 2014 Primus Technologies Corp. Williamsport, PA

Manufacturing Engineer/Process Engineer/SMT & Conformal Coating Supervisor

Required to provide input to minimize cost, lead-time and quality. Responsible for directing personnel and managing daily production operations/activities to ensure the on-time delivery of products. Develop, lead and motivate multifunctional teams in a dynamic environment while analyzing defects and process yields to determine and reduce failure modes (Six Sigma), as well as ensure process capabilities and throughput. Identify and implement process changes to improve yields, reduce costs, improve runtime, reduce down time and improve quality for all products. Responsible for performing root-cause analysis of daily issues associated with manufacturing. Involved in and headed multiple continuous improvement events in various departments within Primus.

Feb 2010-Nov 2010 Susquehanna Health Systems Williamsport, PA



2006-2009 Volunteered in various charity events held/hosted by Bloomsburg University Football.

2004-2005 Campus Serve – Visited the elderly in nursing homes, and coordinated events for children in public HUD housing in Lynchburg, VA.


Auto CAD 2012, 2013, and 2014, Siplace Pro Desk, Microsoft Office, Kiwiplan, JDE



AS9100 Rev C Internal Auditor




As Supervisor over the Conformal Coating Dept., from Jan. 2011 until Oct. 2013, I was able to implement processes to help reduce overall defects from the conformal coating process by 91.14% during that time frame. Some of these improvements included cost saving projects which saved Primus approx. $100K per year over that time period.

As Supervisor/Manufacturing Engineer over the SMT Dept., from Sept. 2012 until Dec. 2013, I was able to help implement processes to improve the Sigma Levels within the process and reliability outside of the process (Sigma measure outside the process included Test and Final Inspection). The Sigma Level within SMT, when relieved of my duties, was 5.59, Test was at 6 Sigma from Jun. 2013-Dec. 2013, and Final Inspection has been at a 5.97-6 Sigma from Jul. 2013-Dec. 2013. All improvements were department highs for the company during any year of production.

In the role of Plant Supervisor at Consolidated Container Co. I initiated and led a CI/Kaizen project to reduce scrap in the plant. Scrap from the production floor included waste resin (virgin & recycled) and color. In 2015 plant scrap was recorded at 277,300 lbs. The project was initiated at the beginning of 2016 and by the conclusion of 2016 scrap was reduced to 54,000 lbs. This was an 83.8% reduction in scrap, which correlated to a savings in $215K for the plant.


Highest Honors - Diploma, 2004 Dean’s list for six semesters, 2004-2009 Recipient of multiple academic scholarships, 2004-2009

Participated in collegiate football (NCAA), 2004- 2009

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