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Production Manager

Location:
Pelham, NC, 27311
Posted:
March 12, 2019

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Randy Goodman

Production/Maintenance Manager at Sky Valley Foods

Pelham, NC

ac8rhb@r.postjobfree.com

434-***-****

Willing to relocate: Anywhere

Authorized to work in the US for any employer

Work Experience

Production/Maintenance Manger

Sky Valley Foods - Danville, VA

July 2018 to Present

Experience and duties to include but not limited to the following

Holds and leads daily safety huddles and Production meeting.

Direct report to V.P. of Operations, report monthly KPI's, Budget for fiscal year, Monitor weekly

overtime.

Weekly meeting with CEO and V.P. to discuss monthly targets and performance YTD.

Oversee daily operations for all Production, Maintenance and Food prep. for the facility.

Work closely with scheduler to ensure all raw materials are available and staged, adjusting schedule according to

material availability.

Maintain flow throughout the plant to increase volume and eff.

Ensure all quality standards are met or exceeded, corrective actions on any items below quality standards.

Two supervisors directly reporting with 30 hourly employees.

Monitor and keep yields at 94% and EFF. at 87% min.

Problem solving and root cause analysis to identify and correct major issues with flow stream in the facility.

Make sure weekly PM's are performed on each line by maintenance staff.

Guide and direct maintenance dept, order parts, set schedule to reduce overtime, state boiler inspection, vendor and contractor arrangements.

Packaging Department Manager/ Supervisor

IKEA Industries - Danville, VA

April 2014 to July 2018

Direct Supervision of Packaging Dept.

Experience and duties to include but not limited to the following:

Overseeing 40-50 coworkers, Daily goals are to ensure all crew members stay on target for productivity

while working in a safe, high production fast pace environment.

Holds and leads daily safety huddles

with crew members to discuss any incidents/accidents that may have

occurred in the last 24-hour period.

Reminders communicated to all crew members with awareness of safety of all co-workers including

their

own safety. Communicate any Quality issues received from previous work center or issues

Scheduling the Dept for the next 24 hours by what Products are available to Pack.

Help Plan for the next two weeks on the Schedule to ensure all Products needed can be produced in

Packaging Dept.

Control Inventory of Wip and Raw Materials in the Dept. Daily cycle counts.

Oversight with the lead associates and operators of the equipment/machines ensuring that quality

standards and KPI's are being met for all products in addition to ensuring the proper handling of finished

goods to the warehouse. Keeping clear and open communication with Material Control and Logistics,

Both Mangers and Associates.

Working with Technical Dept. on instillation of any new equipment and preparing a training plan.

Keeping Clear Communication between each Dept. that supplies Packaging to ensure steady flow of

material. Addressing any disciplinary actions that may need to be reviewed with associates, quality,

reporting of time and attendance including tardiness and absence to major infractions.

Verbally communicates at shift change with oncoming supervisors and all lead personnel.

Approval of vacations while ensuring all records are maintained.

Covering for supervisors that are on vacation or any other absence.

Working closely with maintenance personnel to correct issues or plan for PM/OPM.

Reporting production totals at daily meeting.

Daily/Weekly 5S inspections of the Dept., making sure standards are communicated between all shifts.

Basic Floor Care

Liaison between all associates and administration.

Direct Management of three supervisors in Packaging Dept.

Plan for all shifts, direction for the Dept. schedule for next 24-48 hours.

Direct input with Production Manager on number of coworkers needed to fulfill yearly budget.

Fiscal Budget based on Yearly Goals against cost to produce.

Calculation of time needed on each work center to produce weekly and monthly production targets.

Fill in for Production Manager when not onsite (in addition to daily duties)

Ensure that Safety, Quality and Performance Goals are being met in entire factory.

Run Production Meetings.

Schedule/Planning of all production lines in the factory.

Resolve any issues that may arise related to Safety, Quality, Production, Coworkers or Union.

Final decision making on working overtime if needed.

Attend Management Meetings, Report for previous 24 hours.

Open and Clear communication Management Team.

Direct Management of 12 Supervisors, holding meetings with each shift.

Supervisor

Intertape Polymer Group

2004 to April 2014

Supervisor

Intertape Polymer Group - Ringgold, VA

January 1998 to April 2014

Ringgold, VA - January 1998 to April 2014

Ringgold, VA

Starting as entry level assistant operator, advancing to operator in 1999, advancing to Team Leader in

2001, advancing to Supervisor in 2004 until leaving the company in April 2014.

Supervisor of the BOPP and Coating Departments.

Responsible for the supervision/management for two departments with 11 machines and 18 people

on each

crew. Daily goals are to ensure all crew members stay on target for productivity while working in a

safe, high

production fast pace environment.

Experience and duties to include but not limited to the following:

Helping to ensure both the Coating and the BOPP departments are very team driven departments

with crew

members that must work closely with all associates in order to complete the tasks in the safest

environment

possible.

Supervision of and ensuring the proper handling of the raw materials in addition to the maintenance

and

Upkeep of the departments.

Ensuring the proper percentage and amount of correct materials is used per machine for each

department.

Oversight with the lead associates and operators of the equipment/machines ensuring that quality

testing is

being completed correctly for all products in addition to ensuring the proper ranges for each are

maintained.

Oversight of the proper storage and handling of finished film rolls.

Ensuring the proper rotation of rolls with the oldest rolls used first.

Ensuring that safety and maintenance on the production floors are equal to or above standards at all

times.

Maintaining a high yield on all products for greater than 95% first pass yield.

Transfer of products from one department to the next where second stage is applied.

Supervision and oversight of the Coating department ensuring the process of applying adhesive to

the film

rolls continue in a very fast pace with high production processes putting safety first at all times.

Direct supervision of two coaters, ensuring production rates and quality standards are being reached

safely,

effectively and efficiently at all times.

Supervision of the communication between the Coating and Finishing departments to ensure the

products

are able to be consumed at the highest yield in addition to the packaging and shipment of all products.

Responsible for departmental in-services.

Holds and leads daily safety huddles with crew members to discuss any incidents/accidents that may

have

occurred during supervision absence.

Reminders communicated to all crew members with awareness of safety of all co-workers including

their

own safety.

Leads hold monthly Safety meetings to discuss the monthly safety topics, review company incidents,

accidents or preventable occurrences from the previous month.

Review with associates any changes to the plant safety rules and discussion of the rules impact.

Maintains daily department inventory, keeping all levels properly maintained for each product per

department.

Troubleshooting and problem solving all issues for both departments.

Training of new associates on plant policies and procedures, plant and departmental safety rules,

quality

policy and all job requirements.

Addressing any disciplinary actions that may need to be reviewed with associates, reporting of time

and attendance including tardiness and absence to major infractions.

Completes and maintains all annual performance evaluations with each employee per department.

Reporting and recording of daily events or changes made to the processes as needed.

Verbally communicates at shift change with oncoming supervisors and all lead personnel.

Approval of vacations while ensuring all records are maintained for proper rotation and post for

coverage.

Covering for supervisors that are on vacation or any other absence.

Working closely with maintenance personnel to correct issues or plan for PM checks.

Reporting production totals at the end of each shift.

Keeping a good level of communication between each department to ensure quality and proper

production

levels are at all times maintained.

Basic Floor Care

Liaison between all associates and administration.

Bauer Operator

Masonite Corporation - Danville, VA

January 1993 to December 1997

Experience and duties to include but not limited to the following:

Grinding wood chip into pulp with several different types of machines.

Hourly quality checks while controlling the flow of materials into large storage tanks.

Education

Medical Response

Danville Community College - Danville, VA

2006

Additional Information

SKILLS

Masonite Corporation



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