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Manager Management

Location:
Clarksville, Tennessee, United States
Salary:
60,000
Posted:
October 27, 2016

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Kelvin G. Corbett Sr. acw9yj@r.postjobfree.com • Clarksville, TN 37042 • (931) ***-****

MANAGER/DEPENDABLE PROFESSIONAL

Take-charge leader with exceptional relationship-building skills and a passion for excellence

Results-driven professional with recognized leadership ability and a strong work ethic. Self-starter with proven record of success in promoting team goals and objectives using best in service practices, saving hundreds of dollars for corporations and saving in production hours. Leader who prides himself with exhibiting model ‘ideal worker’ behavior. Respected team player with big-picture perspective and strong problem solving skills. Go-getter who can be relied on to finish the job.

TECHNICAL CORE COMPETENCIES

Complex Problem Solving

Profit Enhancement

Male Mentor to teens

Project Management

Training and Development

Family Role Model/Foster Care Provider

Process Improvement

Operation and Control

Active Listening and Learning

Critical Thinking

Managed team of 5+

Judgment and Decision Making

Problem Sensitivity

Cash Management

Safety, Quality Control (TQM)

Computer Skills: Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Power Point, Quick Books, Internet and Email applications.

EXPERIENCE

TEAM LEADERSHIP • TERRITORY MANAGEMENT • BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Grupo Antolin Spartanburg, S.C. May 2016-July 2016

Production Manager

Effectively lead, coach and develop a larger work team to accomplish operational objectives.

Identify, diagnose and resolve operational, manufacturing and maintenance problems within deadlines.

Plan work flow, manage multiple priorities and meet daily production targets while consistently reducing downtime.

Develop new procedures and processes to improve production accuracy.

Set up health and safety audit procedures and improve safety efficiencies.

Competently utilize Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, SPC and related process improvement techniques to ensure the most cost effective manufacturing process.

Establish and maintain acceptable quality levels for all assigned products

Grupo Antolin Kentucky, Hopkinsville, KY Dec 2012- Feb 2016

Production Supervisor

Prearranged the production schedule for 150+ employees during night shift for headliner manufacturing, controlling the materials resources needed to meet production goals for the night.

Responded effectively to issues and problems, relying on quick-on-my-feet thinking to assess situations, identify possible solutions, and making sound on-the-spot decisions.

Persuasively promoted features and benefits of production goals through training and coaching, gaining buy-in-from team to ensure that production goals were met.

2nd Shift was mostly staffed by temporary workers making the job challenging on a daily basis.

During audits conducted by out sourced representatives, 2nd shift passed these audits on several occasions.

Mercedes Benz just currently visited the plant and 2nd shift didn’t receive any majors during the tour. .

Patriot Loan Company Clarksville, TN Aug 2008- Sept 2010

Branch Manager

Instrumental in division successfully increasing sales 100% to $900,000 in volume monthly, improving sales efficiency, improving working capital and reducing loss and bad debts to company.

Provided management expertise and guidance to a small team of 5 highly skilled individuals tasked to assist over 180 clients monthly with personal ‘quality’ loans. Average loan amount is 60 to 70% of ledger amount.

Developed weekly trainings called “Quality Regrets “ to increase performance education; resulting in all management teams receiving 1 to 2% bonus increase every other quarter based on performance.

Established easy rapport with 5 person team from a variety of backgrounds, capitalizing on strong interpersonal skills to build confidence and trust.

Readjusted work schedule of employees for more convenience for customers, producing 35% more loans being allocated to quality customers.

Instituted new policy on loan documentation helping give more responsibility for successful return on investment of loan. Returned $8,000 back to company from outstanding bad debt over 90days from long standing customers using personal locater systems.

Provided incentive for neighboring businesses to receive $25 financial bonus when referring customers.

Grupo Antolin Kentucky Hopkinsville, KY Nov 1998- Jul 2007

Production Supervisor

Planned production schedule for 200+ employees during night shift for headliner manufacturing, controlling the materials resources needed to meet production goals for the night.

Responded effectively to issues and problems, relying on quick-on-my-feet thinking to assess situations, identify possible solutions, and making sound on-the-spot decisions.

Persuasively promoted features and benefits of production goals through training and coaching, gaining buy-in-from team to ensure that production goals were met.

Trained TQM teams to an satisfactory rating during the annual QS900 certifications.

Explained all safety requirements to team, established improvements in production methods, saving company $1200 per week re-using items in production process.

Recommended 25 employees quarterly for merit promotions, transfers, disciplinary actions and other incentives.

State Industries, Inc. Clarksville, TN Jun 1993- Mar 1996

Press Operations

Maintained readiness in a high-level, high-intensity production environment: responsibilities included adhering to demands of press operation environment to assemble 1800 to 2000 water heaters nightly, for number 2 company in the nation.

Assembled production of water heater products including: placed stickers on heaters, loaded jackets, screwed in lids or bottoms, stapled boxes shut, installed pilot lights, dropped baffles and machine operations.

Worked with a team of 5 on assembly line working with calipers, reading blue prints and working with aluminum. Responsible for quality of material being produced and performing required quality checks. Identified pans based on gauge, stamp, shadow line, flush and width. Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the line. Set up and operate raised panel presses including die changes, nitrogen, stamp definition, wonder ware codes, and basic troubleshooting of the press.

Responsible for the accurate and timely completion of the required production documents and end of shift paperwork.

Successfully met physical demands for position including stood for long periods, lifted, bent, and stretched.

Completed and passed all required Navigator training courses. Accurately recorded and entered inventory transactions in a timely fashion; understand roll former tags on racks and ability to count and measure all pans to ensure accuracy, prioritizing sequence and manufacture according to the bill of materials; followed production run sequence as directed by leadership. Responsible for inventory accuracy of parts consumed on the production line such as pans, stiles, bottom rail, bottom rubber in order for successful line to run smoothly.

Set the pace of the production line; ensured production line met production and efficiency goals. Identified barriers to increase output and communicated barriers to leadership. Good communication skills to assist with coordinated daily activities with various operations in the plant.

U.S. Army Fort Campbell, KY Jun 1982- Jul 1992

Non-Commissioned Officer, Chemical Operations 74B

Proven track record working with all levels of personnel and on $5.5M projects in materials management, inventory control, chemical operations specialists, emergency plans and procedures for all types of disasters including floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, biological warfare or enemy attacks and highly disciplined military training through the U.S. Army, U.S. Army Reserves and National Guard.

Collaborated with a team of 5+, responsible for planning, supervising, and coordinating all actions for group of 180 in the use of nuclear, biological, chemical detection and decontamination equipment; resulting in savings of $400,000 in equipment and merchandise.

Regarded by industry peers as fair, knowledgeable, consistent, and trustworthy leader who strives for a high level of quality while meeting and exceeding quantity objectives. Excellent verbal and written communications; able to organize and present training to a group of up to 150+.

TRAINING

5S Method

QS9000

Management

Leadership

Standing Operating Procedures

Lean Manufacturing/Hazmat

Total Quality Management

CPR/1st Aid

SAP

Strategic Decision Making

Blood Borne Pathogens

Kaizen, Hazardous Material Trainings

8 Hours Medication Controls

VOLUNTEER SERVICE

Licensed Foster Parent to 33 children ages 1 to 18 for 9 years. Mentored over 15 young males. Coached middle school basketball and football team for 3 years. Team Chief for group of 16 for 2 years in Lupus March. Participated in Walk-a-thon for Breast Cancer Awareness for team of 27.

EDUCATION

(BS), Business Management, Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona 3.0 GPA

(MA), Master of Theology and Counseling, Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona 3.0 GPA



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