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Manufacturing / Engineering

Location:
Flushing, Michigan, 48433, United States
Posted:
October 26, 2016

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Flushing, MI *****

Steven L. Maclin

Cell: (810) ***-****

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Dear Hiring Manager/Recruiter:

Educated in civil engineering, I am an experienced operations leader in automobile manufacturing with over 40 years of experience in a vast array of management roles in General Motors across numerous plant sites. I am seeking an opportunity to utilize my expertise to provide leadership or consultative services to a new organization. In me, you’ll find someone who is tested with the drive and perseverance to excel in a manufacturing environment.

Highlights of my auto industry experience include:

• Responsibility for production, maintenance, and process or die engineering

• Leading daily production staff meetings on quality and operating goals

• Developing departmental budget and achieve cost savings

• Training, coaching, and evaluating front-line and middle management

• On-call during all plant shifts

• Responsibility for up to 1,372 hourly union and salaried employees

• Reporting relationship to Plant Manager or Assistant Plant Manager

Please let me know if there is any further information that I can provide in support of my application. I look forward to the prospect of working with your organization and discussing this opportunity with you in the near future.

Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,

Steve Maclin

Steven L. Maclin

WORK EXPERIENCE:

2006 - 2012 General Motors Company – Flint Metal Fabrication Flint, MI

Shift Leader, Trim Shop (2009 - 2012)

Responsible for production and maintenance for all Trim Shop second shift

Accountable for 7 salaried and 240 hourly employees

Shift Leader, Press Lines (2006 - 2009)

Responsible for production, maintenance, tooling and die engineering for center and east plant second shift

Accountable for 9 salaried and 320 hourly employees

1999 - 2005 General Motors Corporation – Orion Assembly Plant Lake Orion, MI

Area Manager, Paint Shop (2004-2005)

Responsible for production, maintenance, and process engineering for all Paint Shop shifts

Accountable for 24 salaried and 400 hourly employees

Trained and evaluated all superintendents

Area Manager, Body Shop (2002-2004)

Responsible for production, maintenance, and process engineering for all Body Shop shifts

Accountable for 35 salaried and 600 hourly employees

Trained and evaluated all superintendents

General Superintendent (Production Manager/Assistant Plant Manager), Second Shift Plant Operations (1999-2002)

Responsible for night shift production, maintenance, and process engineering

Accountable for 72 salaried and 1,300 hourly employees

Trained superintendents

1992 - 1999 General Motors Corporation – Buick City Flint, MI

Area Manager, Body Shop and Paint Shop (1998-1999)

Responsible for all 3 shifts of Body Shop and Paint Shop including, production, maintenance, and process engineering

Accountable for 58 salaried and 1,200 hourly employees

Area Manager, Body Shop (1997-1998)

Responsible for all 3 Body Shop Shifts including production, maintenance, and engineering

Accountable for 38 salaried and 800 hourly employees

Acting Area Manager, General Assembly (1996-1997)

Responsible for General Assembly production, maintenance, and engineering for all 3 shifts

Accountable for 64 salaried and 1,800 hourly employees

Production Superintendent, Chassis and Final Process Production (1992-1996)

Responsible for both shifts Chassis/Final Process Production

Accountable for 25 salaried and 1,000 hourly employees

1989 - 1992 General Motors Corporation – B.O.C. Willow Run Willow Run, MI

Production Superintendent, Body Shop (1991-1992)

Responsible for Body Shop production, maintenance, and tooling operations for 1st and 2nd shifts

Accountable for 35 salaried and 600 hourly employees

Production Shift Superintendent, Trim Shop (1989-1990)

Responsible for Body Ship production maintenance, and tooling operations

Accountable for 17 salaried and 370 hourly employees

Production Shift Superintendent, Chassis Department (1988-1989)

Responsible for both shifts of Chassis Production and maintenance operations

Accountable for 13 salaried and 500 hourly employees

1984 - 1988 General Motors Corporation – B.O.C. Buick City Flint, MI

Personnel Consultant (1987-1988)

Responsible for design, development, and facilitation of training program aimed at all around improvement of supervisory personnel department

Production Shift Superintendent, Trim Shop (1987-1987)

Responsible for production operations in Trim Shop

Accountable for 11 salaried and 400 hourly employees

Maintenance Senior Advisor, Trim Shop (1986-1987)

Responsible for Trim Shop conveyor system, major equipment, tooling, and supervision of skilled trades workers

Supervisor of Manufacturing Engineering, General Assembly (1986-1986)

Responsible for directing all General Assembly engineering activities for Buick City

Accountable for 17 engineers on all product related tooling and build problems

Senior Quality Advisor (1985-1986)

Responsible for training manufacturing personnel in statistical process control, development of boundary sample systems monitoring, supervision of hourly personnel and assisting Manufacturing in meeting quality objectives

Senior Technical Engineer (1985-1985)

Responsible for identification, procurement, and installation of tooling

Accountable for initiation of industrial and specification engineering procedures

Provide supervision of maintenance personnel

Senior Liaison Engineer (1984-1985)

Responsible for needs assessment and procurement of tooling for Trim Shop and Prototype Build at Fisher Body Central Office

Future Model Program Coordinator (1984-1985)

Represented Buick City during future model product process, and tooling development

Identified and resolved manufacturing issues

Communicated project status to plant staff and personnel

1969 - 1984 General Motors Corporation – Buick Motor Division Flint, MI

General Supervisor, Manufacturing (1976-1977, 1980-1984)

Responsible for achieving quality objectives, production schedules, manpower development, labor relations, budget preparations, salaried performance evaluations and cost savings measures within every manufacturing area of responsibility related to car assembly

Senior Manufacturing Engineer, Chassis Department (1977-1978)

Responsible for needs assessment, design, procurement, and installation of tooling for Final Car Assembly

Manufacturing Engineering Supervisor, Final Car Assembly (1978-1980)

Responsible for achieving quality objectives, production schedules, manpower development, labor relations, and on-the-job training for hourly workforce

Material Coordinator, Flint Car Assembly (1974-1974)

Responsible for scheduling all parts shipped by rail

Accountable for 25 salaried and 1,000 hourly employees

Engineer, Factory 25 (1974-1974)

Responsible for construction, drafting, print interpretation, architectural structure, and facility design

Co-op Student (1969-1974)

Responsible for entry level assignments within several factories including 05, 10, 36, 70, 78, and Final Car Assembly

EDUCATION:

1969 - 1973 Tennessee State University Nashville, TN

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering



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