Ryan A. Good
Self-motivated, dependable, and hard-working professional who is very mechanically inclined, detail oriented with a strong desire to build, repair, and maintain highest quality on tech automated equipment. Seeking reliable and challenging employment in a Machine Shop Environment that will allow me to utilize my skills while sharing any knowledge and technical skills to champion both external customers and internal employees/ customers as well as leverage my great work ethic.
-True Position - Weekend Foreman /Supervisor
December 2009 to May 2016
Arrangement and programming of Mori Seiki Duraturn, Ez-Path Lathes and Ez-Track Mills.
Coordinating and scheduling various jobs from production runs to one off R &D parts, to keeping line components and at times repairing molds for Major Airbag manufacturer
Heat Treating, Black Oxide and Installation of dowels, Springs assuring customers needs and quality is highest level
-Lifetime Products - Machinist,
September 2008 to April 2009
Running A Ez track mill and manual lathe for line support and tool crib support while
Collectively coordinated with the engineers to determine form, fit and function of parts
Assisted in designing new parts
Facilitated cost control measures by modernizing old parts.
-Petersen, inc. - Supervisor / Inventory Control & Project Coordinator,
January 2004 to November 2007
Supervisor Responsibilities included but not limited to:
Managed a crew of up to 8 people to maintain saw area division.
Established a color code and Kaizen System for various types or raw steel, aluminum and plastics ensuring correct material utilization to meet customer specifications and quality assurance.
Implemented and maintained processes for all Procurement of the Precision Machining Division, including Raw Materials, Tooling, and Employee Purchases.
Project Coordinator Responsibilities included but not limited to:
Facilitated quoting, routing, expediting of Jobs.
Scheduling machines, assigning machinist skill level, machine time to effectively utilize resources.
Establishing a system to maintain the highest quality part built in the most timely and effective manner possible
Coordinated directly with customers and various 3rd party shops performing specialized part attributes of project.
-AUTOLIV A.S.P. - Machinist 3, Brigham City, R and D Division,
October 1996 to December 2003
Developed extensive knowledge of material types, heat treating, and machining properties.
Coordinated with engineering to determine form fit function and tolerance requirements.
Built prototype parts to very tight tolerance gaps.
Set-up, programming and operation of various manual and CNC Machining Equipment.
Participated on a special team with responsibility to do offsets with precision / dimension for quality assurance. Trained apprentices to further their knowledge of CNC machines.
Ogden Weber Applied Technology Center, Machining Technology, 2000-2001
Weber State College, General Education, 2000
Set up and operation of Surface grinders,Manual lathes, Mills, other various Grinders and heat treating ovens.
Knowledgeable in the use of Fanuc controls, Mori lathes, Romi/Bridgeport Ez-Path lathes, Fadal and Haas Machine centers EZ track mills. Cad experience mostly master cam, surfcam and limited Gibbs. Have a passion for Machining and my work has always reflected my passion and commitment to quality.