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Supervisor Management

Location:
Justin, TX, 76247
Posted:
April 28, 2016

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Tony Laws

**** ***** ******* *****, ******, Texas 76247

817-***-**** / acuj0y@r.postjobfree.com

Operations Management / Warehouse Supervision / Production / Shipping

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

An articulate, results-driven Operations Management Professional with expertise in operational analysis, quality/continual improvement processes, and integration of technology improving productivity, efficiency, and profit performance. Reputation for exceptional leadership abilities combined with the ability to bring creative solutions to complex problems while obtaining buy-in from diverse interest to consistently meet company goals and objectives.

Key Strengths:

Operations Warehouse Management Production Management Shipping Process Improvements

Cost Savings Self-Starter Client Relations Quality Control Policies & Procedures Goal Setting Planning/Coordinating Leadership Skills Team Management/Building Coaching/Mentoring

Training & Development Problem Solving Analytical Interpersonal Skills Organizational Skills

Verbal/Written Communication Microsoft Office Access WMS AS400 SAP Cycle Count Systems

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

ThyssenKrupp Airport, Warehouse Supervisor 9/2015 – Present

Responsibilities:

Primary responsibility was to redesigned and reset entire warehouse to maximize use of cubic feet

Expectation was to have this completed by February 15. It was completed by mid-January, ahead of schedule.

Upon hire, 15% of all parts had location; after I implemented the reset, 95% of parts had locations. The remaining 5% were parts that were external to the warehouse facility.

Used tools provided in the Warehouse Management System to continually improve part location assignments and enhance overall warehouse productivity.

Identified, recommended and implemented warehouse layout and operation improvements considering turnover, size, weight and related factors of parts or materials.

Managed 13 employees and their kitting production and delivery

Cardinal Health, Warehouse Supervisor 3/2015 – 9/2015

Responsibilities:

Responsible for the success of the picking and shipping departments, as well as inventory control

Oversaw 25 employees performance pertaining to the above mentioned.

Identified, managed, and implemented numerous logistics process improvements

Created work flow tool that estimated time of completion for each route

Improved pick cycle times by 12% by instituting build a better batch methodology

Responsible for performing/controlling a combination of manual or automated tasks necessary for the receipt, storage, and shipment of product including functions of receiving, picking, packing, shipping, staging, transporting, storage, delivery, etc.

Also responsible for the efficient flow of products from the point of product receipt from vendors to the shipment of products

Walmart.com, OHL, Warehouse Supervisor 9/2014 – 3/2015

Responsibilities:

Responsible for the success of the replenishment department and 80 employees

Identify associate, customer, and/or supplier concerns

Implement the business plan for replenishment

Maintain quality and safety standards

Monitor and manage replenishment productivity of 20 cases per hour

Supervise and develop associates and leaders

Mazda PDC, Neovia Logistics - Warehouse Supervisor/NOS Coordinator 2011 – 2014

Responsibilities:

Start-up facility. Responsible for training employees around company policies, warehouse procedures and processes, problem solving

Responsible for the success of the start-up and 50 employees at the beginning

Through training, analyzing aptitude, and performance measurements, reduced staff to 15 employees

Managed the “Facility Health” Program while assisting facility management with meeting customer needs and constantly meeting customer needs

Re-sequenced pick path in bin area increasing productivity by 30%

Identified, managed, and implemented numerous logistics process improvements

Optimizes profit by reducing costs through continuous improvement activities and achieving GLCR commitments/targets for their functional area. Seeks out feedback from other stakeholders to improve their operations and drives value.

Staples, Inc. FC - Lean Replenishment Supervisor 2008 – 2011

Responsibilities:

Responsible for the success of the Lean Replenishment department and 25 employees and their performance pertaining to operating machines and replenishment efforts.

Oversaw the day to day operations of the Lean Replenishment Department ensuring operational efficiency and high productivity to produce quality products at minimal costs

Identified, managed, and implemented numerous logistics process improvements

Created macros in AS400 to reduce order drops from 45 minutes to 5 minutes

Increased productivity by 15% via redesign of staging areas

Mercedes Benz - Shipping/Location Admin Supervisor 2007 – 2008

Responsibilities:

Responsible for the success of the warehouse project: analyzing picking processes and locations to increase productivity

Redesigned warehouse layout increasing LHY (lines handled per employee per year)

Created a database in Access that would tell us our LHY to the exact minute

Created and implemented a "Fast Pick" aisle with 58 part numbers in low performing zone increasing productivity rate from 50 LPH to 105 LPH

Created individual, weekly productivity reports for all measurable functions throughout facility ensuring production goals and KPI's consistently met

Decreased shipping errors by 45% by creating and implementing an error tracking system with Microsoft Access

Created smart pick paths increasing productivity by 30%

Coordinated dealer return program. Assists in investigation of dealer order issues and investigates or resolves dealer claims of damaged parts. Authorizes and shepherds credits to dealer accounts. Develops and implements process improvements to reduce shipping damage and improve efficiency.

Hyundai Motor America - Shipping/Warehouse Supervisor 2003 – 2007

Responsibilities:

Responsible for the success of the shipping department and 20 employees

Fostered communication and teamwork among staff creating a positive work environment and ensuring operational production and quality goals were consistently met

Established processes to measure and monitor the Parts Distribution Center's productivity and quality according to Carlisle reporting standards

Developed error tracking program via Microsoft Access that identified errors on an individual basis reducing shipping errors by 50%

Created individual, weekly productivity reports for all measurable functions throughout facility ensuring production goals and KPI's consistently met

Decreased shipping errors by 60% by creating and implementing an error tracking system with Microsoft Access

Implemented a cross-functional PDC Change Team tasked with the redesign of the warehouse layout resulting in a 30% increase in productivity

Analyzed warehouse receiving processes and implemented a system that reduced unnecessary, time consuming steps in the put away of stock and increased productivity by 20%

Reduced cut packing costs by 50% by shredding discarded cardboard boxes for void fill in shipments

Designed batch assignment program utilizing Microsoft Excel for the equitable distribution of daily stock orders reducing time from 45 minutes to 8 minutes

Automodular Assemblies - Production Supervisor 2002-2003

Responsibilities:

Responsible for the success of the Engine Line and 25 employee’s performance around production

Created individual, weekly productivity reports for all measurable functions throughout facility ensuring production goals and KPI's consistently met

Developed and managed a Lean Manufacturing Team to implement, support, and maintain processes and procedures ensuring efficiency of each production system to obtain scorecard objective of 72 engines built per hour

Started with 30 associates on engine line, implemented lean improvements and was able to reduce to the number of employees to 25

General Motors Corporation, HRU Tech – Contract Supervisor, Production Supervisor, Production Planner 1998-2002

Responsibilities:

Responsible for the success of the implementation of ISO9000 with a team of 10

Supervised 53 employees responsible for production

Oversaw daily production operations ensuring the quality of parts produced met quality standards

Support and drive the lean manufacturing system; assign work; and recommend and implement improvements in production methods, equipment, operating procedures, employee relations, and working conditions.

Oversee all departmental activities and carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with company policies and procedures and applicable laws.

Resolve employee issues, ensure positive employee relations, and promote and enforce all company policies fairly and consistently.

Responsible for area performance measures and individual employee work performance; provide coaching and direction to employees; and work with the manufacturing manager to identify development and/or training needs for employees.

Responsible for communication at all levels.

EDUCATION

Howard Career Center – Wilmington DE – High School Diploma

Delaware State University – Studied Management (Incomplete)

Intend to return to school via online classes to study Organizational Leadership



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