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Manager Manufacturing

Location:
United States
Salary:
68000
Posted:
October 25, 2016

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Robert S. Payeur

** ********* ****, *********, *** Hampshire 03867

603-***-****

With a career that has spanned 32 years in manufacturing management from raw to value added and further processing of cooked products, including Occupational and Food Safety Programs, Receiving, shipping and logistics as consultant and employee, included is warehousing continuous improvement and control. I assembled a procedures manual which included every job description and product recall procedures and inventory control. Very strong analytical skills. Implementation job description and Training Manual.

Employment History

Current Pizza Hut, North Main Street, Rochester, NH

Delivery Driver until, appropriate full, time employment is attained.

2016 Managed Staffing, Dallas Texas

Occupational, Health and Safety Manager (consultant: Toms of Maine)

Overall plant Safety inspection for scheduled OSHA inspection in April. Consulted them and helped them correct issues. The position was to have been 3-5 months. I got them ready for inspection in 31/2 weeks and they passed their inspection with flying colors.

1998- Present North East Food Safety HACCP Consulting

Independent Consulting.

I have helped numerous companies establish their HACCP Plans, also;

GMP,

SOP’S

cGMP food safety programs,

Occupational Health and Safety Manager

Process improvement,

AIB Certification.

Distribution/Warehousing.

Operational design and upgrades.

Some of the clients were RTC, Cozy Harbor, Coastal Products and Christie Foods and Colgate Palmolive.

2013-2015 RP Transports and Logistics

Owner operator of shipping Specialty Company.

Shipping with a company whose mission was to deliver loads safely, and in good order.

Strategic logistics to maximize profitability.

1st year revenues of $200,000.00.

Part time business to fill in the slow times in consulting.

2009-2010 Irving Oil Corp-Mainway Stores, Rochester, NH 03867

Responsibilities included;

Operation of the complete facility as Store Manager.

Was instrumental in increasing monthly gross from $65,000 to $85,000 respectively.

Introduction of Food Safe policies and authored the standard operating procedures for the store.

Introduction of the Kind’s Pump systems allowing the consumer to purchase and pay at the pump.

2001-2006 Crow Hill Transportation, 209 Crow Hill Road, Danville, Vermont

In this position, I was the owner and operator of Dora's Taxi and Limousine Services.

Bay Street Automotive Group.

Owner Operator of Crow Hill Transportation/Dora’s. Purchased business for $65,000 with annual income of $65,000 and grew company to annual earnings of $600,000. This was accomplished by developing a niche in special needs school student transportation.

Employee empowerment.

Assignment to employees to take full advantage to improve the process.

1998-2001 Maple Grove farms of Vermont Portland Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont

This position was initially as a consultant. Full time MGF started in 1998 when all of the HACCP programs were written

Quality Assurance Manager

Compliance Manager

HACCP Facilitator and wrote 6 HACCP Programs and trained each operation strategically.

Corporate contact as HACCP Facilitator.

Safety Manager

Startup R&D contributor.

Implemented numerous Quality programs including the HACCP Quality Assurance procedures was instrumental in gaining passing and becoming an American Institute of Baking production facility.

Inventory control procedures that targeted product traceability.

OSHA Liaison-As liaison with OSHA I implemented a plan of action with dates of completion. Reduced fine from 65K to 10K.

Maple Grove (Continued),

Process Improvement-Implemented changes to operations to reduced.

rejections by teaching the employees that the HACCP and Quality programs were theirs to maintain and they were given ownership of the program.

Employees were also trained to have a backup plan of action in the event of downtime backup plan in place should a CCP was in failure

Changed the processing in the Kitchen by adding high speed jet mixers. This reduced all of the separation issue we had.

Reduced rejects and improved productivity by assisting in the startup construction a new high speed bottling line and had a major impact in the overall constancy of product. The line was totally computerized and efficient.

1995-1998 Resource Trading Company, Commercial Street, Portland, Maine

Assistant Operations Manager

Cooked product and Further processing

Value added.

Safety Programs and Advisor

Quality Assurance manager.,

HACCP Facilitator

Safety Manager

Training Manager

7 Facilities from Camden, Maine to Gloucester, Mass. During peak fishing seasons. Visited all seven per day to ensure that the product was being handled and processed according to plan. Inspections also included Occupational Safety Issues.

Oversight of warehousing shipping and inventories.

FIFO operation of products.

Developed and startup of a Brined Shrimp product and it was well on its way to being very profitable and was purchases by local Fish Markets and Restaurants.

1995 Rymer Foods, Chicago, Illinois.

Production Manager

Ground Beef, Cooked meat products, portion control and value added processes.

Production

Traffic Manager and Logistics.

Warehousing Manager

Instrumental in establishing operational guidelines, reducing cost through quality improvement and stabilization of workforce.

Emphasis on OSHA Compliance Board Member.

1990-1994 Jac Pac Foods, Manchester, New Hampshire

This position started out as Line Supervisor in the raw processing area..

Crew started as 14 employees and packing supervisor.

Position of department Night Department Supervisor to line superintendent came in 6 months.

Crew size grew to 120 employees.

Promoted to Night Operations Manager

I was Responsible for all evening operations from procurement through portion controlled raw and cooked products.

Manufacturing and shipping.

Oversight of sanitation

Quality Assurance Program improved and rejections were minimized.

Truck Staging

Warehousing.

1988-1989 Prime Tanning Company, Berwick Maine.

Shift Operations Manager-Color House Department

Responsible for the implementation of numerous Quality programs.

HASMAT program.

Through the implementation of numerous procedures which lead to reduced failures in quality inspections.

Implemented numerous programs including SPC to eliminate and control defects.

Worked to improve product turnover times and eliminate weekly overtime requirements.

Designed and implemented maintenance program to reduced downtime. Work orders were generated and staffing was increased.

Chemical Storage Manager

1975-1988 Davidson Rubber Company, Rt. 11, Farmington, NH

Quality inspector.

Material Control Analyst responsible for Rack and Tooling.

Co-ordination of railroad cars in the system and reported status.

Production Supervisor.

Career started as an on line employee,

Promoted to Material Control

Responsible for the co-ordination needs of manufacturing lines in the automotive parts industry eventually being promoted to the position of Production Management, Night Shift Dept. Super.

Robert Payeur References

R. John Blyther Retired VP Rymer Foods

Houston, Texas 832-***-****

Herb Remon Retired Human Resources @ Jac Pac

Salt Lake City, Utah 801-***-****

Ervin Fazekas Business owner, Wakefield ST., Rochester, NH 603-***-****



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