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Manager Inspection, Packaging, Maintenence

Newark, Ohio, United States
March 10, 2019

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**** ******** ***** ********** *.S. Canal Winchester, OH 431**-****-**** Columbus State Community College

1993-1995 Ohio University- Lancaster

Mechanical Engineering



Pharmaforce INC. 6610 New Albany East Rd. New Albany, Ohio 43054 Inspection and Packaging Manager September 2017- Present Responsibilities-Lead a 25 member team including Tech I Operators, Tech II Operators, Leads, Supervisors and Packaging Engineers. The department and operation includes various automatic inspection/packaging lines. Engineering activities include process improvement, new equipment and design, validation and manual inspection activities.

Increased sustainable production by 400% monthly average of 250,000 finished vials (January 2016- August 2017) to 1.2mm monthly average finished vials (Sept 2017-present)

Consolidated a two shift operation to one shift. Introduced a staggered startup shift that has production activities over a twelve hour period

Increased Asset utilization from 8% to 35% over a 16 month period

Decreased overall mechanical downtime by 40%

Established metric boards, tracking hourly performance against theoretical output

Increased training depth by establishing OJT program

Decreased redundant steps in the batch record process

Reduced errors and deviations by 85% avg. 8 monthly deviations (Sept 2016-August 2017) to 1 monthly avg. (Sept 2017-December 2018)

Company record for no deviations 103 calendar days (November 2018- March 2019)

Design FEMA for new Inspection and Packaging area within the new building expansion’ Provide leadership to the area packaging engineers when designing or improving processes.

Reduced CAPEX cost for new equipment by 50% by utilizing existing equipment including upgrades to meet future capabilities

Led Company initiative to serialize all products by the regulatory deadline. Including selection of equipment, network and server optimization, third party network, validation and selection of vendors for daily operational requirements


5S and Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing


Self-Directed Work Teams

Engineering solutions and Equipment Design


Metrics and Cost Analysis

Pharmaforce INC. 6610 New Albany East Rd. New Albany, Ohio 43054 Maintenance Manager July 2015 – September 2017

Led a team of 10 maintenance and calibration technicians, covering a two shift, six day a week operation. Daily routines include immediate and long term planning and execution of maintenance events. Support daily execution of the production schedule while ensuring all tasks and routines performed by the maintenance department meet all required SOP’s. Responsibilities and Milestones:

1. Implementation of BMRAM Blue Mountain CMMS

Inventory Parts Management- Created and executed a controlled “Inventory Parts Management System” within BMRAM. Tasks included establishing physical locations, labeling of all parts/bins and maintaining quantities for re-order.

Established CMMS System- Created baseline development of BMRAM. Managed and executed additional process flow’s including “On Demand” work orders, PM’s and timelines for conversion execution.

Preventative Maintenance- Conversion of Manufacturing PM/CAL Program is 99% complete and 75% complete for R&D. This includes roughly 2,300 calibration events in the PM/CAL Program at the New Albany Location.

Focused Improvement- Established with the Maintenance Planner to create a BMRAM steering committee that meets weekly. Initiatives include weekly review of the conversion plan and timeline, integration of The BMRAM Work Order System, and long term planning.

Refinement of Maintenance Process- Full conversion of “On Demand Work” showing traceability within the Work Order System of BMRAM. This eliminated the required use of the outgoing UMIR process/procedure at Pharmaforce.

Cross-functional Team and Engagement- Developed other department SME’s within BMRAM through training and demonstration. All supervisors in the Filling, Packaging and R&D trained to create “Work Requests” within BMRAM as part of the work flow process. Trained and utilized the QA Operations Team to perform QA pre-approval and review of BMRAM work orders.

Implementation of Maintenance Excellence Program

Performed two sustainable 5S events in the maintenance shop; Tool board and consumable parts bins performed by the maintenance department.

Equipment Management- Creating equipment and criticality rankings 50% complete. RICK L. AULT

Data Collection and Analysis- Review “Top 5” equipment repairs monthly with the Maintenance Team and Packaging Manager; Piloted Packaging area, using BMRAM data.

Created and Piloted “Training Matrix”- Designed to identify and improve technical skills within the maintenance department. Pilot project in the packaging area for packaging associates.

Improved Communication- Implemented and sustained “Shift Notes” which shares documented work or tasks performed by the maintenance department with area owners.

Autonomous Maintenance- Teamed with Production Filling Team to pilot the first Autonomous Maintenance Event within BMRAM; planned inspection event of cabinets and tables within the filling area as a scheduled event.

Cross-Training- Blending and increased knowledge by merging the Manufacturing and R&D Calibration Groups. Currently, cross-training is occurring as well as sharing common area for Standards, Parts and Team Building. Team supports and performs tasks when required.

Team Building- Continuous focus of team development using Socio-Tech theories. Established expectations within the maintenance team to engage and create positive interactions with their customers. Changing the culture by emphasizing bottom up participation, discretionary behavior and work-group autonomy.

Building Expansion- Participated in the design strategy for the New Albany building expansion. Led cross functional team to establish functional goals that aligned with the Regulatory, Equipment, and process flow design.

ES Manufacturing INC. Hebron, OH 44505

Operations Manager July 2012 – July 2015

Overseen production operation daily to ensure schedule and departmental needs were met. Implement and sustain lean manufacturing principles in a new start-up environment. Manage inbound and outbound product and materials. Optimize labor accordingly with budget while maintaining profitability in a growing business. Establish maintenance program on equipment using a CMMS system (Maximo). Hired maintenance technicians to establish planned and predictive maintenance.

Worked daily on the development of new products. Over a three year period, increased product line from one SKU to Thirty SKU’s. Lead a team of individuals in the development of mixing strategies, product packaging development, and sales execution.

Designed and built four production lines over a three year period while increasing productivity by 300% on initial startup line over the same three year period. Reduced the head count from six to three associates on the initial start-up line by improving the automation while ensuring the quality of the product was consistent. Experience in creating and registering barcodes in GS1 System for all product aspects including, single packs, cartons, and pallet labeling.

Selected and implemented a C.I.P. skid for all production lines to create the ability to produce multiple products across four production lines.


Proficient in Excel, Word, and Access


Rockwell Automation training. Proficient in RS Logix, RS Linx

Warehouse optimization.

Functional Knowledge of SAP

Web design

Developed new packaging designs

Maximo CMMS proficient

Equipment design and fabrication

Six Sigma Green Belt

5S implementation

Kaizan Events

The Coca-Cola Company 2455 Watkins Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43207 Maintenance Manager May 2008 – July 2012

Lead a team of 18 maintenance technicians and a planner, covering a twenty-four hour, seven day a week operation. Originally was a two shift, five days a week operation. Completed the transition without any additional headcount.

Responsibilities included managing parts inventory of $1.1 million, while optimizing and reducing obsolete parts while creating min/max levels. Managed and planned an annual $1.5 million maintenance budget which included planning and execution of all capital projects.

Lead a group of plant individuals to implement and sustain a Maintenance Excellence Program. Five phases were included and plant was certified and completed phase I in the first year. Implemented a 5S program in maintenance repair shop, inventory room, parts kitting, and parts receiving. Created work order boards throughout the plant along with a schedule for all repairs, antonymous maintenance while identifying opportunities in performance of all equipment. Increased work orders completed on time from 40% in 2009 to 75% in 2012. Lead all other plants in the region in completed work order percentage, production throughput efficiency, and work orders generated in 2012. TPE increased from 55% in 2009 to 62% in 2010 for the Columbus Manufacturing Facility Team participant that implemented SAP in the plant including receiving, mixing, production, put-away, shipping and material ordering.

Developed layout for raw materials and finished goods and designed “Process Map” for SAP workflow during implementation.


Proficient in Control Logix

RS Logics

Micro Logics

Relay circuits 24VDC

480 VAC troubleshooting

Maximo (CMMS)



Inventory Management

Lockout tagout

Leader of others

Six Sigma Green Belt

5S implementation

Kaizan Events

The Coca-Cola Company 2455 Watkins Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43207 Maintenance Lead/Supervisor May 2006 – May 2008

Lead two shift operation in the execution of maintenance activities.

Overseen completion of timely repairs and work orders

Information generated and completed in Maximo (CMMS)

Completed performance reviews for all maintenance technicians

Report in daily meeting of scheduled repairs needed and completed

Execute and assist on any capital projects

The Coca-Cola Company 2455 Watkins Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43207

Maintenance Technician May 1999 – May 2006

Completed daily work orders and responsible for updating all production operators of upcoming repairs while meeting daily repair requirements. Lead four man team for annual rebuilds of equipment. SKILLS

Understand equipment schematics

480V three phase troubleshooting

120V and 24V Allen Bradley processors

Pneumatics identification and troubleshooting


Conveyor systems

PLC troubleshooting

The Coca-Cola Company 2455 Watkins Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43207

Production Operator June 1993 – May 1999

Responsibilities over the six year period included:

Receiving raw material goods while logging into inventory control

Line operator in charge of filler speed and quality check

Box former operator

Shipping fork truck driver

Mixing of all batches according to specification mix sheet

Lead a team of individuals on safety committee

Participated in meeting all FDA requirements including HAACP and ISO 22000

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