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Engineer Manager

Location:
Jonesboro, Arkansas, United States
Posted:
October 19, 2016

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Ronald (Eugene) Wright

**** ******** ****, *********, ******** 72401

(H) 870-***-**** (C) 870-***-****

Email – acw4z1@r.postjobfree.com

Qualification Summary

Operations professional with more than 30 years of experience in manufacturing, including 25 years in supervisory and management roles, with an emphasis in Engineering, Maintenance, Production, Closure, and Quality. Expertise includes overall plant operations, running production lines, technical support, detailed work planning, quality testing, policy and procedure development, and project leadership. General knowledge of computer programs such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, DataStream’s MP2 CMMS system, SAP, Maximo, and some AutoCAD.

Professional Experience

Thomas & Betts

Maintenance Supervisor Nov 2015 – Sept 2016

Supervised maintenance in completing work orders.

Parts ordering for items needed to complete work orders.

Supervised contractors on site as necessary.

Planned and lead daily maintenance meetings.

Helped run Six Sigma Projects.

Supervised the performance of Preventative Maintenance work orders.

SGL Carbon, Ozark, AR Jan 2015 – July 2015

Maintenance Supervisor

Maintenance Supervisor in charge of maintenance department.

Supervised maintenance in completing work orders.

Parts ordering for items needed to complete work orders.

Supervised contractors on site as necessary.

Planned and lead daily maintenance meetings.

Supervised the performance of Preventative Maintenance work orders.

Six Sigma Green Belt trained 2nd time.

WEYERHAEUSER CORPORATION, Zwolle, La Feb 2013 – Dec 2014

Maintenance Supervisor

Maintenance Supervisor in charge of millwrights.

Planned and manage the writing of work orders in the plant.

Supervised millwrights completing work orders.

Supervised parts ordering for items needed to complete work orders.

Supervised contractors on site.

Planned and lead weekly maintenance planning meetings with plant leadership.

Supervised the performance of Preventative Maintenance work orders.

Six Sigma Green Belt.

Supervisor over the Boiler.

URS CORPORATION, Pine Bluff, AR Dec 2008 – Jan 2013

Decommissioning Lead, Pine Bluff Chemical Disposal Facility (PBCDF)

Planned and manage aspects of the decommissioning of the PBCDF in compliance with company, contract and project requirements.

Participated as a member of the site closure planning team and develop and maintain support through effective working relationships among on-site and off-site resources.

Developed and implemented the decommissioning plan, schedule, and budget in conjunction with functional managers.

Defined decommissioning documentation and work packages to support the closure schedule and decommissioning activities, including all electrical, mechanical, and environmental and decontamination phases of the demolition of systems, rooms, and building at PBCDF.

Identifed potential threats to the decommissioning activities, develop mitigation approaches and implement authorized mitigation activities.

Assessed and identify opportunities for early initiation of closure activities, closure schedule acceleration, or cost reduction. Implement authorized activities utilizing project or subcontract resources.

Provided technical oversight and direction to all closure subcontracted activities.

Primary point of contact for Programmatic Closure Planning Team for definition of site-specific decontamination and decommissioning requirements.

Maintained a working knowledge of environmental and industry safety regulations and associated Department Of Defense and Army regulations applicable to the closure phase.

Participated in the recruitment, hiring and development of qualified staff members to execute the planning and implementation of PBCDF decommissioning, demolition and closure.

Maintained Clearance Level of “Secret”

ALLIED TUBE CORPORATION, Pine Bluff, AR Jun 1986 – Dec 2008

Quality Assurance Manager (Jun 2007 - Dec 2008)

Engineering/Maintenance Manager (Oct 2002 - June 2007)

Senior Engineer (Apr 2002 – Oct 2002)

Process Engineer (Apr 1997 - Oct 2002)

Supervisor of Purchasing (Jan 1991 - Apr 1997)

Safety & Training Engineer (Jun 1986 - Jan 1991)

Served as a consultant to top management and represent the company on quality assurance and quality control issues.

Prepared the quality assurance programs for the facility, represent the company in regulatory committees and establish quality assurance methods, principles, practices; inspection methods, techniques and characteristics; construction methods and techniques; process controls; and statistical methods and sampling techniques.

Interpreted and applied engineering specifications, codes, standards, and regulations.

Conducted quality assurance studies, analyze the results and develop recommendations for corrective actions and improvements in the quality assurance program.

Supervised the Quality Representatives in all production areas.

Reviewed all the daily QA production paperwork, assisted the 6-sigma program, tracked, monitored, and graphed the KIV’s, scrap management, etc.

Identified and ensured compliance with regulatory, licensing, and state requirements to ensure the design and operation aspects are technically sound, safe, and operable.

Helped manage production lines daily as Engineering Manager/ process engineer for many years.

Provided the optimum balance between plant cost and cost of service.

Implemented project engineering within schedule and budget, through design, development and testing.

Ensured proper documentation of meetings, agreements, conversations, etc., that affected the plant.

Performed project estimation and project management, including all daily maintenance repairs and preventative maintenance operations.

Conducted process improvements, detailed process cost analysis, new product cost estimations, and assisted in the 6-sigma program.

Systemized numerous new coating operation startups (electro-coat/powder coat/painting/etc).

Engineer in charge of major expansions and start ups after plant buyout; the company moved the steel processing plant from St Louis, MO to Pine Bluff, AR.

Administered the relocation of the Unistrut / Powerstrut production plant to Arkansas.

Systemized the electrocoat, roll forming, stamping, and welding operations.

Process Engineer for the Powder Coat Operations, Slitting Operations, Secondary Operations, and Environmental Areas; including all pretreatment operations, galvanizing, all ventilation, etc.

Conducted other projects as needed including concrete work, building expansions, major equipment installation, conveyor design and installation, and oven/furnace repair/installations.

Oversaw purchasing personnel and all stockroom, maintenance, sub-material (all chemicals, paints, solvents, etc), and production purchases.

Supervised the material handlers, grounds keepers, and the shipment of all waste products, both hazardous and non-hazardous.

Managed the safety program for the site through job training, accident investigations, OSHA compliance, and safety meetings.

Facilitated all training in Hazardous Communication and conducted all hearing tests for the plant.

Controlled the waterplant in accordance with all EPA regulations and state/local permit requirements.

Collected and tested water and sewage samples, using test equipment and color analysis standards. Added chemicals to disinfect and deodorize water where required. Recorded operational data, personnel attendance, and meter and gauge readings.

Served as the environmental subject matter expert for the Plant. Record, report,and make notification of facility compliance activities as required and as appropriate.

Developed strategies and programs for maintaining environmental compliance, conducted training on these strategies and programs, obtained and maintained environmental permits, conducted responsible reporting requirements, and promoted pollution prevention and waste minimization in all site activities.

Supported Plant operations, maintenance, and testing in safe, environmentally sound, cost effective, and disciplined processes to protect the health and safety of the workers, the public and the environment.

Monitored the installation of process equipment and systems to assure technical feasibility and adequacy, including large gas ovens, conveyors, buildings and building repair, paint spray booths.

Acted in other capacities, including the Waterplant Supervisor, Environmental Concerns, and Plant Engineer.

AMSCO CORPORATION, Pine Bluff, AR 1984 – 1986

Purchasing Agent

Purchased all items necessary for construction of individual projects.

Estimated job costs for projects being quoted, including mechanical and steel take offs.

Education

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR

Major: Civil Engineering 1976-1980

Pine Bluff High School. Pine Bluff, AR

Diploma received



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