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Machine Shop Supervisor

Location:
San Dimas, California, United States
Salary:
$75k-$100k
Posted:
October 13, 2016

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FRANK GLASGOW

**** ********** ***** *** *****, CA 91773

Cell: 626-***-**** acw1kd@r.postjobfree.com

Manufacturing Operations Specialist

Senior Machine Shop Supervisor

Highly skilled, creative natural leader and result-driven professional, offering experience spanning across the broad range of CNC Horizontal Mill operations, programming, personnel management, machine and building maintenance, inventory control, business and store management functions. Goal oriented and love for learning, with a genuine passion for management and well-rounded old school background optimizing performance and developmental growth. Outstanding presentation and communication skills with the ability to understand business requirements to cross-collaborate and increase profits. Idea man poised for the next level of success.

Areas Of Expertise

Operations Management

Blueprint Interpretation

Preventative Maintenance

Strategy Development

Material Inspection

Process Improvement

Complex Problem Solving

Inventory Control

Risk Management

Machine Programming

Machine Set-Up

Residential Remodeling

Equipment Used

Bridgeport Mills, Engine Lathes, Bradmatic Lathes, Drill Presses, Saws, CNC Horizontal Mills, Mori Seki, Fadel CNC Mills, Boring Machines, Surfacing Machines and Sunnen Honing Machines.

Professional Experience

JOHNSON PRODUCTS, INC, Arcadia, CA JUN 1987 – Present

Machine Shop Supervisor

Work as a foreman for a crew of 10 machinists and run the shop when needed. Distribute the workflow in the shop. Track jobs and maintain a high level of quality control through completion of projects. Control CNC horizontal mill operations and programming. Set-up, repair and maintain machines as well as building. Study blueprints or layouts on the workpiece to determine sequence of operations and finished dimensions of work pieces. Lift and position work pieces with clamps, bolts and fixtures. Create and design for jobs as needed.

Saved the company thousands of dollars annually in repair work and problem solving.

Specialize in creating different fixtures and detail oriented prototypes and jigs for piece parts and long-run jobs.

BISHOP AND BUEHL ENGINEERING, Monrovia, CA MAY 1982 – DEC 1987

Automotive Machinist

Set close tolerance for high performance race engines. Managed shop activities and job orders on a priority basis. Adjusted, and operated all of the basic machine tools and many specialized or advanced variation tools in order to perform precision machining operations. Monitored the feed and speed of machines during the machining process.

LICENSE

General Contractors License – State of California



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