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Manager Sales

Location:
Warrenton, Virginia, United States
Posted:
January 14, 2017

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DAVID HENDRICK

COVER LETTER

**** ******** ** ****: (571) ***-****

Warrenton, VA 20187 E-mail: acyac0@r.postjobfree.com

Dear H.R. Manager:

If your organization is seeking a decisive, solutions-driven, revenue-focused Executive with over 25 years of management experience including management position with the world renown Smithsonian Air & Space Museum., then we should meet. I am confident I have the talents required to make “great things happen” in today’s challenging business world.

Former COO, Vice President, Engineering Manager with B.S. Degree in Business Administration with P&L experience and documented accomplishments in growing an organization, increasing sales while lowering overall operating cost. A stellar executive career coupled with success in Chemical Operations, Operations Management, Metal Finishing, Quality Assurance, Facilities, multi-facility management, plant expansion projects, capital project management, cost reductions and lean manufacturing. Proven executive with the ability to develop a strong organizational team, building cost effective relationships with vendors and making successful sales presentations in customer meetings. Union and non-union experience.

Broad base manufacturing experience includes start up facilities; turn around challenges, job shop to manufacturing for Fortune 500 companies. ISO 9001, Tier II, Nadcap, OSHA, HAZMAT, DOT, Environmental Reporting and EPA Experience. Proven accomplishments include improving existing manufacturing operations and maximizing throughput. From Fortune 500 companies to the prestigious Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum my ability to improve existing operations and processes has been a foundation to my career success. Background includes work performed with National Aerospace and Defense Company as a FFA approved repair station.

Skill set includes Kaizen, SPC, TQM, ISO, JIT, ERT, Design of Experiments, KanBan, and Continuous Process Improvement/Lean Manufacturing. Software includes Windows XP, Works, MS Office, Excel, Power Point, Microsoft Access, Freelance Graphics, Jump, Quantum and Lab Wizard.

Relocated Smithsonian chemical processing from Maryland facility to new facility in Northern Virginia.

Planned, installed, documented and qualified new chemical processes as well as waste treatment system.

Successfully built three new facilities and improved efficiency in existing operations.

Developed all related training, quality and production documentation for new facility.

Upon arrival at AI, aggressively tackled major profitability issues with Texas facility; increased sales 400%

and drastically lowered labor-to-sales ratios.

Planned and constructed three profitable facilities with clean rooms and turned a losing facility into a profit maker within the first year.

Asked to speak at 2006 Anodizing Conference on new anodizing process by Aluminum Anodizers Council.

Developed new machinery that saved the company over $1 million dollars per year through improved quality yield at final assembly & test.

Speaker at Aluminum Corrosion Conference.

Speaker at National Association for Surface Finishing

Interviewed by Product Finishing Magazine.

My greatest strengths lie in my ability to improve existing operations by evaluating existing operations, processes, workflow efficiencies, personnel performance, recognizing barriers that inhibit productivity and establish productivity and quality standards to increase production while lowering operating cost.

As you review my resume, you will note that my qualifications transcend virtually all core management functions. I am confident that my wealth of experience will add immeasurable value to your organization.

Sincerely,

DAVID HENDRICK

David Hendrick

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7267 Chestnut CT. Cell: (571) ***-****

Warrenton, VA 20187 E-mail: acyac0@r.postjobfree.com

ACCOMPLISHMENTS & TRAINING

ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING

SPEAKER AT ALUMINUM CORROSION CONFERENCE

HEALTH & SAFETY PROGRAMS

INTERVIEWED BY PRODUCT FINISHING MAGAZINE

OSHA TRAINING& CERTIFICATON

SPEAKER NATIONAL ASSOC. FOR SURFACE FINISHING

MULTI-PLANT MANAGEMENT

KAIZEN, ISO, SPC, LEAN MANUFACTURING AND TQM

HAZWOPER TRAINING

CONTINUOUS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS

Career history

Smithsonian Air & Space Museum – DC, VA&MD – Dec. 7, 2009 to Current

Plating Manager/Hazardous Waste Coordinator/Safety Coordinator

(Aircraft and Space Related Equipment Restoration. Restoration Plating - Environmental Reporting - Safety Coordinator. Providing restoration services for air and space artifacts, contact officer for environmental reporting and onsite Safety Coordinator. Multi-site Management. Research projects.

Tosoh Advanced Parts Cleaning - Virginia – March 2007 to November 2008

Engineering Manager/ Hazardous Waste Coordinator /Safety Coordinator

(Major Japanese Start-up Company. Developed chemical cleaning recipes, purchased and installed waste treatment systems, recruited Engineering personnel and developed training for production personnel. Areas of responsibility included, Waste Treatment, Environmental Reporting, Laboratory, Inspection, Non-Destructive Testing, Clean Room, Process Engineering, Facilities/Maintenance and Quality. CPI Projects

Aerospace Defense Coatings - Georgia – Jan. 2006 to March 2007

Coatings Manager/ Hazardous Waste Coordinator/Safety Coordinator

(National Aerospace and Defense company providing Conversion Coatings, Chromic Acid Anodizing, Type II & Type III Sulfuric Anodizing, chemical cleaning, pre-penetrant etching, non-destructive testing, magnetic particle inspection, liquid penetrate inspection, hardness & conductivity testing, part marking, passivation, black oxide, cadmium plating, silver plating, manganese phosphate, nickel plating, electroless nickel, and zinc plating. CPI projects.

Platron Manufacturing - Texas – Feb. 2003 to Dec. 2005

General Manager/ Hazardous Waste Coordinator/ Safety Coordinator

(National precision machine shop & metal finishing company serving the semiconductor, oil field and medical industries. Providing CNC and manual machining, fabrication, welding, paint, chemical cleaning, plating and anodizing.) Hiring and budget responsibilities. Developed safety program and provided training to fifty employees. HR responsibilities, production scheduling and developing written procedures based upon customer blueprints. Multi-facility management of two facilities: including Metal Finishing, Cleaning and Machining Division. ISO 9001

Operations Manager – Platron Manufacturing Feb. 2003 to Aug. 2004

Management of Metal Finishing & Cleaning Facility. Planned and implemented the addition of plating operations, chemical cleaning line with class 1,000 clean room, Type III/Type II anodizing line and waste treatment system.

S. M. Technologies – Texas - 2002 to 2003

Owner/COO

(National metal finishing company: serving automotive, semiconductor, defense, aerospace and medical industries. Processes included anodizing, zinc, e-nickel, e-polish, tin, chromate, chemical cleaning, wet paint and powder coating, ISO 9001.) Full P&L accountability planned and implemented building and process expansion for the semiconductor market. Planned and built anodizing, plating, chemical cleaning line and class 1,000 clean room. CPI projects. Budget

David Hendrick

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AI Industries, INC. (Texas & California) - 1995 to 2002

Vice President/General Manager – (Austin)

(National anodizing, plating and chemical cleaning company serving semiconductor, automotive, defense and aerospace.)

Shared P&L accountability with President while exercising full accountability authorizing purchasing orders, staff hiring / development and termination. Conducted timely, thorough research on return investment and costing. Directed 47 hourly employees and 3 managers; indirectly managed 2 Managers in California, Human Resource Manager and Controller.

Key Contributions:

Affected noticeable productivity improvements by implementing employee cross training and reducing cycle time on existing equipment that lowered labor cost by 25%; successfully reduced labor/sales percentage from 60% to 23% of sales.

Spearheaded massive building project of new process line; project included plumbing, electrical, lighting, and heating aspects as well as construction of production building within expansion shell, process tanks, electrical controllers, and overhead dual cranes for product transfer.

Received coveted approval and qualification for chemical cleaning, anodizing and packaging for leading manufactures including defense industries.

Instrumental player in company receiving highest award offered by City of Austin, “City of Austin Waste Water & Control High Achiever Award,” during all years of responsibility with Texas facility.

Implemented procedures in initiating first stages of ISO certification and collaborated with Quality Manager throughout implementation of TQM; vital in improving SPC controls.

Instituted Lean Manufacturing, Design of Experiments and Continuous Process Improvements.

Increased sales by 400% within 2 years by expanding customer base, adding services and improving delivery times from 3 to 5 days to 1 to 3 days.

Established safety and hazardous waste disposal program.

Seagate - Anaheim, Ca. (Fortune 500 company) - 1988 to 1995

(World’s largest manufacturer of hard disk drives through extensive machining, grinding and plating processes.)

Process Engineering Manager

Presided over 45 technicians accountable for research/development initiatives and challenged with improving operations by developing innovative processes and machinery. Supported newly developed process and machinery with quality training for technicians and development of new operating manuals. Performed analytical analysis and oversaw all design of experiments. Oversaw all logistics and set up of machinery equipment during move from old to new facility. Areas of management support included machine shop and plating shop.

Key Contributions:

Saved company over $1 million dollars annually by improving yield of the hard disk drive at final assembly and test stage. Oversaw set up and de-bugging of new automated ultrasonic cleaning line resulting in elimination of manual labor formerly utilized to clean disk while improving product quality reducing stains 98%.

S.S.P. Construction Equipment – Pomona, CA -- 1978 to 1988

Machine Shop Supervisor, S.S.P. Construction Equipment (Managed 35 union machinist and 6 welders)

(Manufacturer of Construction Equipment. Processes included assembly, machining, fabrication, sheet metal, welding and painting.) Contract negotiations, handling of grievances.

Industry and Computer Training

Kaizen SPC TQM ISO JIT ERT Design of Experiments KanBan

Continuous Process Improvement and Lean Manufacturing

Windows Works MS Office Excel Power Point Lotus Freelance Graphics Visual Cad

Education

B.S. in Business Administration – Almeda University



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