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Engineer Manufacturing

Location:
Wichita, Kansas, United States
Posted:
October 11, 2016

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PAUL R. DILLIARD

***** ******* ***** **** ***** 316-***-**** Wichita, Kansas. Cell Phone 316-***-****

*****-****. acw0cm@r.postjobfree.com

Over 25 years of experience in a manufacturing engineering aerospace with experience in detail, assembly, installation, tool planning and shipside liaison.

EDUCATION

Bachelors of Science in Aviation Technology

Central Missouri State University

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Dynomax Inc. (4/23/2013 – 4/26/2016)

Manufacturing Engineer / Aerospace Assembly Supervisor

Started as Manufacturing Engineer duties included working with aerospace companies to receive approvals needed for shop productions, instilling bushing bearing rivets and sealing of aerospace components. As aerospace production was started at Dynomax, production shop had to be set up, employs had to be hired and trained, shop tools acquired. In 2014, I became the Aerospace Assembly Supervisor. Duties now included reporting daily man-hours, overseeing production, maintaining a clean safe production shop. Additional dusts, setting up parts crib, inventory control parts, maintain calibrated tools, overseeing engineer drawing for shop production and production work instruction.

Spirit Aero Systems (8/2/2012 - 12/21/2012)

Manufacturing Engineer

Duties included daily status taking, checking status to master scheduling, building recover plans as needed, monitoring cost, implementing; Lean/Six Sigma projects. Two to three hours a night using Enovia / Catia 5 supporting the shop to define the build process. For the Gulfstream G280 Wing shop, this is a new line for Spirit.

Daher-Aerospace Ltd. (12/2011 - 5/2012)

Project Engineer

Duties part of the 3M Team working for Rolls-Royce in Indianapolis, Indiana. Support for the JSF Lift Fan, Part Kitting. Flight case for shipping part from plant to plant in the Indianapolis, WIP carts for moving parts in the plants. Finished Packaging for T-900, T-1000 and V2500 Fan Disks and IP Disks and WIP totes and carts for moving around in the shop at Crosspointe, VA.

Spirit Aero Systems (3/1/2010 - 12/16/2010)

Manufacturing Engineer

Duties included daily status taking, checking status to master scheduling, building recover plans as needed, monitoring cost, implementing cost improvements, Lean/Six Sigma projects. For the Gulfstream G650 Flap shop, this was a new line for Spirit.

Vought Dallas (10/2009 - 2/26/2010)

Manufacturing Engineer

I was responsible for creating the visibility materials for the Boeing liaison team for the Boeing 787 program. Tracking and verification of the engineering drawing used in the production of parts for the Boeing 787 program. Assisted with extraction and collection of data used for Lean/Six Sigma projects.

Hawker Beechcraft (2008 - 2009)

Manufacturing Engineer

Conducted and evaluated planning improvements and problem solving for manufacturing issues related to production methods and procedures in a specific function (including layout, production flow, tooling and production equipment, material fabrication, (metals and Composites), assembly methods and planning. Conducted research, investigation, and analysis in connection with assigned planning, (using SAP), to ensure conformance to engineering requirements. Set flow for End of Line and Flight Test, Aircraft Paint, Loading of Aircraft Interior, and Delivery.

Sonaca NMF America (2006 - 2007)

Manufacturing Engineer

Set manufacturing lines helped with tooling,

Monitored cost and production scheduling, second shift Supervisor and any duties to help with shop production.

Boeing (1980 - 2005)

Manufacturing Engineer

Duties included daily status taking, checking status to master scheduling, building recover plans as needed, monitoring cost, implementing cost improvements. Programs associated with 767, 757, A-6 re-wing, a complete retro fit of A-6 aircraft with a new composite wing. 737 Next Generation, a complete reset of a production line, 747-400 and 777. Production Scheduling, Monitoring cost, Engineering Interface, Spare Part Support, and Aircraft on The Ground (AOG), and implementation of ergonomic shop aids.

Central Missouri State University (1976 - 1980)

Student

I worked part-time maintaining an aircraft that was used for the university flight-training program while earning my BS in Aviation Technology.

United States Air Force (1971 - 1976)

Was a 43151E jet over four, my duties included Post flight recovery, Phase inspection, and Launch of aircraft, and had to stand alter with my aircraft. I was a crew chief on a B-52’ Bombers at Minot Air Force Base; Minot, ND. Honorable Discharge, Security Clearance level: Secret



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