Sign in

Quality Assurance Maintenance

Bossier City, Louisiana, United States
October 04, 2016

Contact this candidate


Carlos Underwood

**** ****** **. *******, ** ****1 318-***-****



To secure a challenging technical or supervisory position where my extensive Military, electronics, leadership and maintenance experience will be utilized.


ITT Technical Institute, Jacksonville FL

Pursuing Associates Degree in Electronic Engineering

Technical Skills

Maintenance Scheduling

DC/AC Electronics

Single and Three Phase Power

Uninterrupted Power Supply systems

Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite

Power Generation systems

Quality Assurance

Production and Maintenance Planning

Professional Experience

Haynes International August 2015 - Present

Production Supervisor

Supervised approximately 25 Production shift personnel as well as employees from Tooling, Inspection and Maintenance Departments

Thoroughly inspected material being processed for quality while gaining knowledge of the Cold Pilger Mills and finishing line operations

Worked 12 months as a shift supervisor with 0 safety violations, recordable incidents or mishaps

Used knowledge of Production Control to correct numerous issues found during off-shift to ensure production was not affected, while maintaining customer required specifications and quality

Assisted on numerous occasions with production control issues in their absence or during off shifts

Haynes International July 2014 – August 2015

Production Planner

Coordinate outside work requirements quoting through Purchasing department

Monitor and order material to resupply raw stock material used while maximizing inventory turns

Develop appropriate processing schedules to ensure maximum use of material while meeting customer specifications

Generate, review and edit sales orders for final release

Assist Sales with all inquiries and provide recommendations in the allocation of finished goods inventory

Work with Engineering on process revisions, new sizes and non-standard processes

Generate item masters, process outlines and routings to process material

Utilize information from other departments and shop floor personnel to assist in reviewing control charts, cut schedules and other process controls where necessary

Maintain processing record traceability, use IT solutions to review, analyze, and track orders and inventory levels

Fibrebond Corporation July 2013 – December 2013

Quality Assurance Inspector

Inspect conduit and electrical components in company manufactured buildings and skids, using knowledge of NEC codes and guidelines established by customer contracts.

Ensure compliance of set benchmarks of workmanship and shipping deadlines are reached

Prepare Excel spreadsheet tracking inspection discrepancies to identify and correct trends and ensure management is aware of potential problems surroundings customer or company requirements

Maintain inspection reports of all buildings/shelters inspected

Issue noncompliance notice to supervisors for buildings not reaching company/customer guidelines

Reason for Leaving- Relocation to Jacksonville, Florida

United States Marine Corps December 1991 – December 2012

United States MARINES, Electrical Equipment Repair Technician, Supervisor, Facility Supervisor, Recruiter, Contract Specialist, Training Manager and Quality Assurance Specialist.

Logistics Quality Assurance Specialist/Blount Island Logistics Facility 2012-Jan 2013

Coordinate, Inspect and Perform Quality Assurance for Engineer Equipment for Maritime Prepositioning Program to support all Marine Corps deployed personnel.

Manage program to field new equipment adopted by the Marine Corps.

Ensure maintenance for all Engineer Equipment is completed based on technical guidance given

Inspect equipment and records to ensure maintenance guidelines were followed and required modifications were performed

Ensured production and performance levels were met and that all equipment was deployment ready for the fast paced offload/upload established.

Operations Chief/Contract Specialist 2008-2012

Scheduled and led daily/weekly meeting for approximately 20 section heads, responsible for over 2000 daily labor hours to ensure all personnel and equipment would be employed in the cost productive and cost efficient manner.

Managed vacation and time off for all assigned personnel

Worked with human resources department regarding reprimands, harassment and associated disciplinary issues encountered by assigned personnel.

Generated monthly reports regarding vehicle/equipment accidents and personnel mishaps and suggested possible safety training and guidelines to prevent future incidents

Provide project oversight on all facility maintenance projects for several Marine Corps bases.

Reconcile requests for performance of work between requesting officials and maintenance/contracting organizations.

Access damages from numerous typhoons and plan needed repairs to several bases located in Okinawa Japan.

Wrote numerous work performance contracts with associated costs of more than $1.5 million

Unit First Sergeant 2007-2008

Principal advisor to Commander for over 2000 Marines; ensured health, morale, and welfare concerns were top priorities.

Provided guidance to all enlisted personnel on leadership, problem resolution, education, customs & courtesies, and ensuring good order and discipline.

Monitored administrative actions, performance reports, awards, promotions, and ensures professional education goals are met.

Instructed over 500 personnel during professional education seminars; taught personnel on standards, mentoring, counseling and leadership skills in order to shape future leaders.

Maintenance Chief 2002-2006

Supervised approximately 60 Marines in production and the performance of their daily duties

Established Maintenance schedule and issued daily tasks and assignments for maintenance personnel.

Held daily meeting to ensure all involved personnel had a complete understanding of past, present and future missions and the performance of each

Analyzed sections performance and made adjustments and or recommendations to reach target goals

Provide training on mobile expeditionary power systems prior to deployments

Mentored all assigned personnel daily to ensure proper unit cohesion

Trained personnel to troubleshot, isolate and repair advanced electrical equipment using schematics and required tools.

Marine Corps Recruiter 1999-2002

Actively researched, canvassed for and enlisted qualified personnel into the United States Marines Corps

Effectively communicated and related with prospects, parents, education institution personnel and communities

Gave numerous speeches and job fair talks to generate interest in enlistment into the Marine Corps

Conducted over 500 interviews with potential prospects, while accessing qualifying/disqualifying factors for enlistment

Trained 5 recruiters in prospecting techniques, screening and processing of potential prospects for enlistment into the Marine Corps

Previous Experience 1992-1999

Maintenance Section Head

Facilitate Maintenance schedule for forward deployed personnel

Planned and helped established several power grids in conjunction with global deployments

Established maintenance cycle for power grids, while ensuring uninterrupted power flow.


Meritorious Service Medal

Navy Commendation Medal

Navy Achievement Medal


Contact this candidate